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Scottish Dog Names, Scottish Puppy Names

sThe history of Scotland is replete with the interaction of man and dog. There are three distinct types of dogs that were developed in Scotland. These types are crop protectors, livestock protectors and hunters. Crop protectors are Terriers (Border, Cairn, Dandie Dinmont, Skye, and Scottish Terrier. Livestock protectors are helped protect the cattle and sheep that were essential to the people of Scotland. These dogs include Collies (Beareded, Border, Rough Collie (Lassie), Smooth Collie), and Shetland Sheepdog. Hunter dogs include Gordon Setter, Golden Retriever and Scottish Deerhound. Here are a huge collection of Scottish Dog Names and their meanings.
359 Scottish dog and puppy names:

Aberdeen - city in Scotland Eara - from the east Macfarlane - son of Farlan
Abhainn - river Earie - from the east Macfie - son of the dark of peace
Acair - anchor Edeen - from Edinburgh Macgillivray - son of the servant of judgment
Achaius - friend of a horse Edina - from Edinburgh Macgowan - son of the smith
Adair - from the oak-tree ford Edine - from Edinburgh Macgregor - son of a shepherd
Adhamh - of the earth Eilig - from the deer pass Machair - plain
Ail - from the stony place Eiric - ruler Machar - plain
Aila - from the strong place Eirica - ruler Macinnes - son of the unique choice
Ailbert - noble Erskine - from the top of the cliff Macintosh - son of the thane
Ailean - handsome Evan, Van - right-handed Macintyre - son of the carpenter
Ailein - from the green meadow Farlan - son of the furrows Maciver - son of an archer
Aillig, ail - from the stony place Farlane - son of the furrows Mack - son of
Aindreas - strong Farquharson - son of the dear one Mackay - son of fire
Ainsley - place Feandan - from the narrow glen Mackendrick - son of Henry
Akir - anchor Fearchar - dear one Mackenzie - son of the fair man
Akira - anchor Fearchara - dear one Mackinley - son of Kinley
Alastair - form of Alexander Fenella - form of Finola Mackinnon - son of the fair born
Alpin - blond Fergus - first choice Mackintosh - son of the thane
Alpina - blond Ferguson - son of the first choice Maclachlan - son of Lachlan
Angus - unnaturally strong Fergusson - son of the first choice Maclaine, Maclean - son of the servant of John
Anice - form of Ann Fie - dark of peace Maclaren - son of Laren
Annabel - beautiful grace Fingal Scottish giant Macleod - son of the ugly man
Annabella - beautiful grace Firth - arm of the sea Macmillan - son of the bald man
Aoidh - spirited Fletcher - maker of arrows Macnab - son of the abbot
Argylel - from the land of the gauls Forbes - headstrong Macnaughton - son of the pure one
Armstrong - strong arm Fraser - strawberry flowers Macneill - son of the champion
Artair - bear Fyfe - from Fifeshire Macniall - son of the champion
Athdar - from the oak-tree ford Gair - short Macnicol - son of the conquering people
Bac, bhaic - bank Gare - short Macpherson - son of the parson
Baird Gavin - white hawk Macquarrie - son of the proud man
Balfour - from the pastureland Gawain - white hawk Macqueen - son of the good man
Balloch - from the pasture Ghillie dhu - type of Scottish knife Macrae - son of grace
Balmoral - from the majestic village Gilbarta - pledge Macray - son of grace
Barclay Gilleasbuig - bold Mactavish - form of Thomas, twin
Bean, baen - fair-skinned Gillecriosd - Christ-bearer Maggie - form of Margartet
Bearnard - bear strong Gillivray - servant of judgment Mairi - bitter
Beathan - son of the right hand Goraidh - peaceful Maisie - form of Margartet
Beathas - wise Gordain - hero Malcolm - follower of Saint Columba
Beiste - beast Gordan - hero Maolmuire - dark-skinned
Beth - lively Gow - a smith Marcail - pearl
Bhaic - bank Gowan - a smith Matheson - bear son
Bhaltair - strong fighter Graham - from the gray home Maxwell
Bhraghad - from the upper part Grant - great Moibeal - lovable
Biast - beast Greerform of Gregory Moire - bitter
Birk - from a birch tree Gregor - vigilant Moireach - lady
Blair - peat moss Gunn - white Moncreiffe - from the hill of the sacred bough
Bonnie - beautiful Hamilton - from Hameldone Montgomery
Bonny - beautiful Hamish Morag - Gaelic for Mary
Both - from the stone house Harailt - leader Morogh - man of the sea
Bothan - from the stone house Hay - from the stockade Morrison - son of the servant of Mary
Bradana - salmon Haye - from the stockade Muir - from the moor
Braden - salmon Henderson - son of Henry Muirfinn - dwells near the beautiful sea
Braigh - from the upper part Henson - son of Henry Munro - man from ro
Braveheart - famous movie Home, Hume - from the cave Munroe - man from ro
Breac - speckled Houston - from Hughs Town Murdoc - protector of the sea
Brice - speckled Hume - from the cave Murdock - protector of the sea
Broc - badger Ian - god is gracious Murray - man of the sea
Brochan - broken Inghea - daughter Nab - abbot
Bruce Innis - Gaelic for island Nachto - pure
Bryce - speckled Irvin - from the city Nairna - dwells at the alder-tree river
Buchanan - from the cannons seat Irving - from the city Nairne - dwells at the alder-tree river
Cadha - from the steep place Iseabal - form of Joan Naughton - pure
Cailean - virile Isobel - form of Joan Nealcail - victorious people
Caillen - virile Iver - archer Ness - from the headland
Caladh - harbor Johnson - son of John Niall - champion
Callum - bald dove Kayi - fire Nighean - young woman
Cam, Crom - crooked Keith - from the battleground Nighinn - young woman
Camden - from the winding valley Kennedy - ugly head Norval - from the north valley
Cameron - crooked nose Kenzie - fair Ogilvie - from the high peak
Campbell - crooked mouth Kerk - from the church Oidhche - night
Carmichael - friend of Saint Michael Kermichil - from Michael's fortress Oliphant - great strength
Carr - from the broken, mossy ground Kerr - man of strength Padruig - royal
Cathair - from the broken, mossy ground Kilt - Scottish clothing Parlan - farmer
Ceard - smith Kin - from the top of the cliff Payton - royal
Ceardach - smith Kinnon - fair born Peyton - royal
Chalmer - rules the home Kinny - from the top of the cliff Pherson - parson
Chalmers - rules the home Kirk - from the church Quarrie - proud
Chattan - clan of the cats Lach - lives by a lake Quarry - proud
Chisholm Lachlan - warring Rae - grace
Christie - christian Laddie - little boy Ramsey - from Ramsey
Christy - christian Lainie - serves John Raoghnailt - lamb
Clach - stone Laird - lord Ray - grace
Cleit - rocky eminence Laire - mare Robena - robin
Clennan - servant of Finnian Lamont - man of law Robertson - son of Robert
Coira - seething pool Laochailan - warring Robina - robin
Colin - victory of the people Lara - mare Robroy Macgregor - Scottish hero
Colin - virile Laren - serves lawrence Ronald - mighty, powerful
Comyn - from Comines Leana - serves John Rose - flower
Connery - in honor of the famous Scot, Sean Connery Leathan - river Ross - from the peninsula
Cora - seething pool Leith - river Roy - red
Corey - seething pool Leod - ugly Sandy - defender of man
Cory - seething pool Lindsay - from the island of the lime tree Scot - wanderer
Craig - dwells at the crag Lioslaith - dwells at the gray fortress Scott - wanderer
Crannog - lake dweller Livingstone - from livingston Scotty - wanderer
Creighton - from the farm by the creek Lochinvar Scrymgeour - fighter
Cromwell - from the crooked well Logan - servant of Finnian Shaw - terse
Culloden - from the nook of the marsh Lundie, Lundy - from the island grove Shawe - terse
Cumin - from Comines Luthais - famous warrior Sheigra - Scottish village
Cumming - from Comines Mac - son of Sheiling - from the summer pasture
Cunningham - from Cunningham Macadam - son of Adam Sileas - youthful
Dacey - from the south Macalister - son of Alasdair Sima - listener
Dallas - from the waterfall Macalpine - son of Alpine Sinclair - from Saint-Clair-Sur-Elle
Dalziel - from the little field Macandrew - son of Andrew Siubhan - praised
Dalyell - from the little field Macarthur - son of Arthur Siusan - lily
Darach - oak Macaulay - son of Olaf Skaliwagg - name for lovable oaf
Dearg - red Macauslan - son of Absalon Skean dhu - name of Scottish dagger
Domhnull - all-ruler Macbean, macbain - son of Beathan Skene - from Skene
Donel - all-ruler Macbeth - son of Beth Struan - stream
Donell - all-ruler Maccallum - son of Callum Sutherland - from Sutherland
Doug - from the dark water Macclennan - son of the servant of Finnian Tara - mythical hill
Dougal - black stranger Maccloud - son of the ugly man Tavis - twin
Doughall - black stranger Maccoll - son of Coll Tavish - twin
Douglas - from the dark water Macdhuibh - son of the black man Tearlach - strong
Dour - from the water MacDonald - son of the ruler of the world Tira - land
Drummand - at the ridge Macdonell - son of the ruler of the world Todd - fox
Drummond - at the ridge Macdougal - son of Dougal Torra - from the castle
Duff - black Macdubhgall - son of Dougal Tyra - land
Duncan - brown warrior Macduff - son of the black man Urquhart - from the fount on the knoll
Dunmore - from the great hill fortress Macewen - son of Ewen Vika - from the creek



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