Baby Names of Scottish Origin for Girls
Aberdeen - BonniePage 1/5 of 100 Scottish names.
Aberdeen 1 .. city in northeast Scotland. Aberdeenai, Aberleen and Aiaberdeen are kreatif variations.
Adair 2 .. Also a Scottish surname. Unusual, with the unconventional androgynous-sounding -air ending for Adair, like Alasdair.
Afton 3 .. a town in southern Scotland. Outside Top 1000.
Ailie 5 Scottish pet form of Aileen or .. Rather unusual as a baby name. See also Allia.
Ailsa 6 .. The tiny Scottish rocky islet Ailsa .. Not in popularity charts. See also Alisa.
Ainsley▲ 7 .. .. use of the Scottish surname Ainslie .. Ainsley is a scarcely used women's name, registering often (upper 22%) as a surname. Gender-neutral name.
Alastair 8 .. "Man's defender." Not in popularity charts. Scottish variant of Alexander.
Alesta 9 .. Scottish Gaelic variant of Alexandra. Rather uncommon as a birth name.
Aline 11 .. In Scotland, it is sometimes used .. Less widespread today. Aline was last recorded in the 1940s in the Top 1000. See also Aylin.
Alison▲ 12 .. .. 20th century with a Scottish flavor .. Prevalent, with the -on ending for Alison, like Aston. Gender-neutral name.
Annabel▲ 13 .. Common in Scotland since the 12th .. Common. Annabel (cf. Amaybel) ends with -bel.
Annis 14 .. .. as a mainly Scottish form of .. Annis is prevalent (top 60%) as a women's name, and exists often (top 5%) as a surname. See also Anisa.
Annot 15 .. "Light." Not in popularity charts. See also Annett.
Aoife 16 .. "Beautiful, radiant." Not widespread. Aoife and Aoibhe are not found in the US Demographics. From "aoibh" meaning beauty ..
Ardis 17 .. Variant of Ardith. Ardis was popular in the 1920s and has become less conventional, with Ardis becoming less fashionable. See also Ardin.
Blaine 18 .. .. (seventh century) was a Scottish saint .. Not Top 1000 name. Gender-neutral name.
Blair▲ 19 .. "Plain, field." Adoption of Blair and variants as baby names in 2014 was 24.6% more than a year ago. .. transferred use of the Scottish surname ..
Bonnie 20 .. "Fine, attractive, pretty." Prominent. Bonnie, Bunnie (cf. Basilie) ends with the androgynous-sounding -ie. From the Scottish word "bonnie" and ..
Summary of names (grouped by variations) for Scottish names for girls.Aberdeen - Bonnie
Aberdeen, Adair, Afton, Aileen▲ [Ailie, Aline], Ailie, Ailsa, Ainsley▲, Alastair, Alesta, Alina▲ [Aline], Aline, Alison▲, Annabel▲, Annis, Annot, Aoife, Ardis, Blaine, Blair▲, BonnieBrenda - Edina
Brenda▼, Bryce, Cailin, Caledonia, Callan [Kallan], Cameron▲ [Kameron], Campbell▼, Carson, Catriona, Ceilidh, Christy, Cluny, Columba, Corey, Crystal▲, Dallas▲, Davina, Donalda, Drew, EdinaEffie - Innes
Effie [Euphemia], Egidia, Eilidh [Ailie], Elsie▲, Elspeth, Emer, Euna, Euphemia [Effie], Finella, Finola, Fiona▲, Flora, Freya▲, Gael, Gail [Gael], Georgina, Greer, Heather▼, Idina, InnesIsla - Logan
Isla▲, Jacobina, Jamison, Janet, Jean, Jessie, Kallan, Kameron, Keitha, Kelpie, Kenzie▲, Kirsten▼ [Kirsty], Kirsty, Kyle, Lassie, Leith, Leslie▲, Lilias, Lindsay, Logan▲Lorna - Skye
Lorna, Maisie▲, Malcolmina, Margaret [Maisie▲], Mckayla▼, Mckenna▲, Mckenzie▲, Neilina, Nessie, Nora▲, Oona, Paisley▲, Quinn▲, Ramsay, Rhona, Ross, Sandy, Scotia, Senga, Skye▲