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List of Scottish Dog Names

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  • Aberdeen
    Scotland's third most populous city.
  • Abi
    My father is joy.
  • Aidan
    Fire.
  • Aifric
    Pleasant.
  • Aila
    Oak tree.
  • Aileen
    Desired.
  • Aindrea
    Manly.
  • Ainsley
    Solitary woodland; surname.
  • Alan
    Rock.
  • Alasdair
    Leader of men.
  • Alba
    Gaelic for Scotland.
  • Ale
    An ale is a type of "beer" quite known in Scotland.
  • Alpin
    White.
  • Andrews
    St. Andrews, a burgh in east Scotland.
  • Aneirin
    Brythonic poet of the 6th Century.
  • Angus
    As Scottish as the kilt.
  • Archibald
    Bold master.
  • Arran
    Isle of Arran is the largest in the Firth of Clyde.
  • Artair
    Bear.
  • Athol
    Region in Scotland.
  • Baird
    John Logie — Invented the TV.
  • Bairn
    A Scottish term for baby.
  • Balfour
    Surname of the hero of Kidnapped.
  • Barabal
    Foreign.
  • Barclay
    Birch wood; surname.
  • Barra
    Outer Hebridean Island.
  • Beathan
    Male--means life.
  • Beitris
    Traveler.
  • Bell
    Alexander — Father of the telephone.
  • Bhaltair
    Ruler of the army.
  • Blair
    Battlefield; surname.
  • Bonnie
    A Top dog name.
  • Brodie
    After the character Jean Brodie.
  • Broon
    Comic strip family.
  • Bruce
    Surname of King Robert the Bruce.
  • Burns
    After Robert Burns, Scottish poet.
  • Cailean
    Young dog.
  • Caitriona
    Pure.
  • Caledonia
    Old latin name for Scotland.
  • Calum
    Dove.
  • Cameron
    Crooked nose; surname.
  • Campbell
    Crooked mouth; surname.
  • Cannie
    Scottish slang for a smart person.
  • Caoimhe
    Gentle.
  • Chip
    The British word for fry.
  • Cináed
    Born of fire.
  • Clyde
    The river that flows through Glasgow.
  • Coinneach
    Handsome.
  • Conall
    Gaelic for "strong wolf"
  • Connery
    The legendary Sean Connery.
  • Craig
    Crag.
  • Croft
    Home to the Crofter.
  • Cuillin
    Rocky mountains on the Isle of Skye.
  • Dafty
    A silly, foolish person.
  • Deacon
    After Deacon Brodie, part-time burglar.
  • Deòrsa
    Farmer.
  • Desmond
    For Desmond Hume (character in Lost)
  • Donald
    Means "ruler of the world".
  • Dougal
    Dark stranger.
  • Duff
    From the Gaelic meaning "dark".
  • Duncan
    Brown warrior.
  • Eachann
    Brown horse.
  • Ealair
    Cheerful.
  • Edinburgh
    The capital city of Scotland.
  • Edna
    Kernel.
  • Effie
    Well-spoken.
  • Eimhir
    Swift.
  • Elspeth
    My God is an oath.
  • Embra
    Slang for Edinburgh.
  • Ewan
    Born from the yew tree.
  • Fearchar
    Dear man.
  • Fenella
    White shoulder.
  • Fergie
    Man of vigor.
  • Fergus
    Man of vigor.
  • Fife
    Once a kingdom in Scotland.
  • Fingal
    Hero of the Ossian cycle.
  • Finlay
    White warrior.
  • Fiona
    White.
  • Flora
    After Flora Macdonald, Jacobite heroine.
  • Forbes
    Field.
  • Fraser
    Surname.
  • Gala
    Gala Water is a tributary of the Tweed Water.
  • Gavin
    From Gawain, legendary knight.
  • Glasgow
    The largest city in Scotland.
  • Glen
    A valley. Nice dog name.
  • Glenna
    Valley.
  • Gormlaith
    Illustrious lady.
  • Graham
    Homestead; surname.
  • Grant
    Great.
  • Greer
    Alert.
  • Greyfriars Bobby
    Name of a famous Skye Terrier.
  • Grizel
    Griselda; gray battle.
  • Haggis
    A traditional Scottish savory pudding that contains sheep's pluck.
  • Hamish
    Jacob; supplanter.
  • Heckie
    Hector; holding fast.
  • Highlander
    A person from the Scottish highlands.
  • Hume
    After David Hume, philosopher.
  • Iain
    God is gracious.
  • Inglis
    After Elsie Inglis, doctor and suffragette.
  • Iona
    Tiny inner Hebridean island.
  • Islay
    Another Scottish island.
  • Isobel
    My God is an oath.
  • Ivor
    Archer.
  • Jean
    God is gracious.
  • Jessie
    Diminutive of Jean.
  • Jock
    A cute Scottish dog names.
  • Keir
    Surname.
  • Keith
    Wood; surname.
  • Kelso
    Town of the Scottish borders.
  • Kenna
    Born of fire.
  • Kenneth
    First king of the Scots.
  • Kilt
    Knee-length traditional garment.
  • Kirstin
    Christian.
  • Lachlan
    Norwegian.
  • Laddie
    A boy or a young man.
  • Lassie
    Name of a famous Rough Collie.
  • Lennox
    Surname.
  • Lileas
    Lily.
  • Lindsay
    Region in.
  • Liùsaidh
    Light.
  • Loch
    A lake or a sea inlet.
  • Logan
    Little hollow; surname.
  • Lomond
    Lake Lomond is a lake in southern Scotland.
  • Lorna
    Victorious.
  • Lulu
    The "wee" Glaswegian singer.
  • Macbeth
    Scottish king immortalized by Shakespeare.
  • Mairead
    Margaret; daisy.
  • Màiri
    Mary.
  • Maisie
    Diminutive of Mairead.
  • Malcolm
    Disciple of St Columba.
  • Malvina
    Heroine of the Ossian cycle.
  • Maree
    Fourth largest freshwater loch in Scotland.
  • Marsaili
    Mars.
  • Maura
    Mary; great.
  • McGonagall
    For Minerva McGonagall (character in Harry Potter)
  • Moira
    Mary; fate.
  • Montgomery
    For Montgomery Scott (character in Star Trek)
  • Mór
    Great.
  • Morag
    Diminutive of Mor.
  • Moray
    North eastern region of Scotland.
  • Morna
    Festive.
  • Morven
    Big gap.
  • Muir
    Moor, sea; surname.
  • Mungo
    Gentle.
  • Murdag
    Sea warrior.
  • Murdo
    Sea warrior.
  • Murray
    Settlement by the sea; surname.
  • Naomhán
    Little saint.
  • Neil
    Champion.
  • Ness
    Call her Nessie after the monster.
  • Ness/Nessie
    A nickname for the Lochness Monster.
  • Nessie
    Nickname of the Loch Ness monster.
  • Nicol
    Victory of the people.
  • Ninian
    Saint who converted the Picts.
  • Oban
    Town in Argyll.
  • Oighrig
    Speckled one.
  • Pàdraig
    Patrick; nobleman.
  • Papa
    Uninhabited island. Part of the Shetlands.
  • Piper
    A player of the bagpipes.
  • Plaid
    You can see a plaid pattern throughout the country.
  • Quid
    Slang for the pound sterling.
  • Rab
    Shortened form of Robert. Popular.
  • Rabbie
    Diminutive of Robert; bright fame.
  • Rhona
    Island.
  • Rob Roy
    Folk hero immortalized by Walter Scott.
  • Rona
    Inner Hebridean island with one inhabitant.
  • Rorie
    Red king.
  • Ruadh
    Red.
  • Scotch
    Type of Whisky made in Scotland.
  • Senga
    Slender.
  • Sheena
    God is gracious.
  • Sherlock
    A cute dog name.
  • Shona
    A cute Scottish name for female dog.
  • Shug
    Scottish pet form of Hugh.
  • Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
    Author of Sherlock Holmes.
  • Skye
    Isle of Skye in northwest Scotland.
  • Slàine
    Health.
  • Sorcha
    Means "radiant" in Gaelic.
  • Sterling
    The country's currency.
  • Stirling
    City in Scotland.
  • Stuart
    Steward, guardian.
  • Sweeney
    Well-going.
  • Tadg
    Poet.
  • Tam
    Short for Thomas, or Tam o'shanter.
  • Tam Lin
    Hero of Scottish Border ballads.
  • Tara
    Crag.
  • Tartan
    Scottish football team Tartan Army.
  • Tasgall
    God's helmet.
  • Thistle
    The national flower of Scotland. Prickly!
  • Tiree
    Inner Hebridean Island.
  • Toaty
    Meaning tiny and small.
  • Tweed
    River in the Scottish borders.
  • Wallace
    Foreigner, after William Wallace.
  • Whiskey
    Distilled alcohol.
  • William Wallace
    Scottish knight during the Wars of Scottish Independence.
  • Wullie
    Oor Wullie comic strip character.
  • Ackerman
  • Ackland
  • Acton
  • Ada
  • Adair
  • Agan
  • Agar
  • Alaister
  • Aldridge
  • Alford
  • Alfred
  • Alice
  • Allie
  • Ally
  • Alpine
  • Alvin
  • Amherst
  • Anders
  • Anice
  • Archie
  • Argyle
  • Artis
  • Ashby
  • Ashford
  • Aston
  • Atherton
  • Baber
  • Bagley
  • Bain
  • Baker
  • Ballard
  • Bard
  • Barton
  • Bath
  • Berkeley
  • Bernard
  • Bodie
  • Bonni
  • Boyd
  • Bretta
  • Bryce
  • Bunyan
  • Burr
  • Burt
  • Cait
  • Caitlan
  • Calder
  • Camus
  • Carr
  • Carson
  • Cassidy
  • Channing
  • Clark
  • Coby
  • Colin
  • Collins
  • Conant
  • Connor
  • Conway
  • Cora
  • Cori
  • Corkin
  • Cowan
  • Crichton
  • Crissie
  • Dacey
  • Darrow
  • Davina
  • Davis
  • Deidra
  • Denton
  • Dixie
  • Douglas
  • Dowell
  • Drake
  • Driscoll
  • Duffy
  • Dugal
  • Dunn
  • Eaton
  • Edith
  • Edmund
  • Edward
  • Edwin
  • Ellie
  • Enya
  • Eva
  • Faden
  • Fagan
  • Falkland
  • Fia
  • Finley
  • Finn
  • Fintan
  • Fletcher
  • Frazier
  • Gallagher
  • Gibbs
  • Gibson
  • Gilford
  • Goodrich
  • Granger
  • Gunn
  • Halifax
  • Hansel
  • Hector
  • Henry
  • Herbert
  • Herman
  • Holcombe
  • Hunter
  • Hurst
  • Hydra
  • Ian
  • Isla
  • Jack
  • Jinny
  • Kellee/Kelly
  • Kenzie
  • Kerry
  • Kilgour
  • Kincade
  • Kinny
  • Kirk
  • Kyle
  • Lara
  • Lean
  • Lesley
  • Maggie
  • Magoon
  • Maguire
  • Maleod
  • Marcas
  • Maxwell
  • May
  • McCree
  • McDuff
  • McFadden
  • McFee
  • McGill
  • McGinnis
  • McGowan
  • McGrath
  • McIntyre
  • McKay
  • McNamara
  • McgRuff
  • Michael
  • Molly
  • Moore
  • Morton
  • Mulligan
  • Munroe
  • Nessa
  • Nevis
  • Newbury
  • Niblick
  • Nora
  • Ogden
  • Osborn
  • Oscar
  • Oswald
  • Paisley
  • Patton
  • Putter
  • Ralph
  • Ralston
  • Ramsey
  • Reed
  • Remy
  • Reynold
  • Richmond
  • Roy
  • Scott
  • Shannon
  • Shawn
  • Shone
  • Stanwood
  • Stewart
  • Tavis
  • Teagan
  • Tyra
  • Walter
  • Watson
  • Whiting
  • Whitney
  • Wickham
  • Wickliff
  • Wylie

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