Alpin - Macdougal
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[Mcadam] Var. of Macadam 2 Stems fr. Scottish, Gaelic languages. "Son of Adam." Mcadam is seldom used as a children's name. ..
[Mccardell, .. 1 more] Form of Macardle 4 Source fr. Scottish, Gaelic languages. "Son of great courage." Mccardell was not among 2014's Top names.
[Mcarthur] Var. of Macarthur 5 Derived fr. Scottish, Gaelic elements. "Son of Arthur." Mcarthur (top 2%), like Mcarter (top 76%), Mcartor (24%), is a common Mc- prefix surname.
[Mcbride, .. 1 more] Form of Macbride 6 From Irish, Gaelic. "Son of the follower of Saint Brigid." Popular as last name, and Mcbride (upper 1%) is comparable to popular surnames Macbride (upper 18%), Stride (38%), which also end with -ride. ..
[Mccoy, .. 1 more] Var. of Maccoy 7 Based on Irish, Gaelic element. "Son of Hugh." Unusual. Mccoy (cf. Croy, Delroy) uses the common masculine-sounding -oy suffix. See also Mckay. ..
[Mccrea, .. 4 more] Var. of Maccrea 8 From Irish, Gaelic element. "Son of grace." Mccrea was not a Top birth name in 2014. ..
[Mcdonald] Form of Macdonald 9 From Scottish, Gaelic. "Son of Donald." Unusual. Mcdonald, like Reginald, Reinald, uses the favored masculine-sounding -nald ending.
Summary of names (grouped by variations) for Mc- names for boys.Alpin - Macdougal
Alpin [Mcalpin, Mcalpine], Macadam [Mcadam], Macallister [Mcalister, Mcallister], Macardle [Mccardell], Macarthur [Mcarthur], Macbride [Mcbride], Maccoy [Mccoy], Maccrea [Mccrea], Macdonald [Mcdonald], Macdougal [Mcdougal, Mcdowell]Macgowan - Mckenna
Macgowan [Mcgown, Mcgowan, Mcgowen], Machenry [Mchenry], Mackenzie [Mckensie, Mckenzie], Mackinley [Mckinlay, Mckinley], Macmahon [Mcmahon], Macmurray [Mcmurray], Macniel [Mcneal, Mcneil, Mcneill], Magee [Mcgee], Maguire [Mcguire, Mcgwire], Mc- [Mckay, Mccoy, Mckade, Mcclain, Mccaulay, Mccarthy, Mckinley, Mccormick, ..], Mccoy, Mckenna [Mckennon]