Top 100 Scottish baby names for boys

Top 100 Scottish baby names for boys

Today’s baby boy names from Scotland

Scotland has brought us treasures such as the game of golf, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, poet and songwriter Robert Burns, the band Travis, bagpipes and haggis. (Okay, the last two’s status as “treasure” are probably debatable.)

Regardless of what you think of sheep innards, however, the Scots are a people with a long and proud heritage — and it shows in their popular baby names. If your ancestors called Edinburgh or Glasgow home, or you just want to give your new bundle of joy a name with some Gaelic flair, check out our list of top 100 Scottish names for baby boys!

Most popular Scottish baby boy names

Scottish boy names 1-50 Scottish boy names 51-100
  1. Jack
  2. James
  3. Oliver
  4. Logan
  5. Lewis
  6. Leo
  7. Alexander
  8. Harris
  9. Rory
  10. Noah
  11. Lucas
  12. Harry
  13. Charlie
  14. Thomas
  15. Jacob
  16. Alfie
  17. Archie
  18. Finlay
  19. Max
  20. Finn
  21. Adam
  22. Daniel
  23. Mason
  24. Ethan
  25. Joshua
  26. Brodie
  27. Cameron
  28. Theo
  29. Oscar
  30. Hunter
  31. Callum
  32. Aaron
  33. Jaxon
  34. Liam
  35. William
  36. Freddie
  37. Jamie
  38. Ollie
  39. Harrison
  40. Matthew
  41. Luke
  42. Caleb
  43. Nathan
  44. Jude
  45. Muhammad
  46. Arthur
  47. Arran
  48. Luca
  49. Connor
  50. Robert
  1. Carter
  2. George
  3. Blake
  4. Angus
  5. Dylan
  6. Arlo
  7. Hamish
  8. Kai
  9. Jackson
  10. Ryan
  11. Cole
  12. David
  13. Samuel
  14. Andrew
  15. Isaac
  16. Joseph
  17. Leon
  18. Aidan
  19. Fraser
  20. Blair
  21. Reuben
  22. Michael
  23. Benjamin
  24. Riley
  25. Ben
  26. John
  27. Sam
  28. Josh
  29. Murray
  30. Jake
  31. Cooper
  32. Grayson
  33. Alex
  34. Elijah
  35. Ruaridh
  36. Tommy
  37. Tyler
  38. Callan
  39. Henry
  40. Innes
  41. Jayden
  42. Carson
  43. Gabriel
  44. Lyle
  45. Owen
  46. Aiden
  47. Elliot
  48. Louis
  49. Jax
  50. Robbie

Top 100 Scottish baby names for girls

Source: General Register Office, Scotland – 2018

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