What does Alastair mean?
(female) Alasai, Anatair, ..
(male) Alasar, Alasta, ..
How popular is Alastair?
Alastair is a rare given name for women. Alastair is an equally unique surname for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Displayed below is an analysis of the statistics of Alastair and affiliated names. The only prominent variation form of Alastair (outside Top 2000) is Alexander. Adoption of this form of Alastair was at its apex 2 decades ago (adoption of 0.01%). (Top Baby Names, 2014)
Suggested similar names are Agathi, Agatta, Alagria, Alaia, Alaida, Alaina▲, Alair, Alais, Alaisa, Alala, Alamea, Alanah, Alani▲, Alanis, Alanna▲, Alanza, Alathea, Alathia, Alaula, Alawna, Alaya▲, Alayah▲, Alaysia▲, Alcestis, Aleshia, Alesia▼, Alessa, Alessi, Alesta, Aletta, Alisa, Alisah, Alisan, Alisha▼, Alisia, Alissa▼, Alissah, Alista, Alita, Alithia, Alitia, Allaire, Allta, Almita, Almitah (see Almeda), Alsinia, Alta▼, Altair, Altaira, Althia, Alvar, Alysan, Alyssah, Anastacia, Anastaise, Anastase, Anastasha, Anastasia▲, Anastasie, Anastasiya, Anastatia, Anastay, Anastazia, Anasztasia, Annastasia, Anstass, Astri, Astria, Astryr, Atlanta, Austin, Blair▲, Clair, Eistir and Kashmir. These names tend to be more frequently used than Alastair.