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redglow Tue 23-Aug-11 19:25:40

What do you think or is this old fashioned?

redglow Tue 23-Aug-11 19:30:09

Would scottie be better

minipie Tue 23-Aug-11 19:41:18

Quite like it.

Not scottie though - Scottie is a dog.

gailpottertilsleyplatt Tue 23-Aug-11 19:52:34

There are a lot worse names than Scot. Scottie for example.

InstantAtom Tue 23-Aug-11 19:58:00

It's quite nice, although a bit surnamey. Not overused ATM.

Catsdontcare Tue 23-Aug-11 20:00:30

I like it, it's ds3's name

PedigreeChump Tue 23-Aug-11 21:00:11

Like it - not too "now" so won't date, and suits all sorts of people/professions.

Scottie is a nickname, not a proper name.

usualsuspect Tue 23-Aug-11 21:00:42

I like it

tammytoby Tue 23-Aug-11 21:21:00

Lovely name. Classic and well known and not that widely used already. Great choice actually. (Not keen on Scottie though)

MrsRhettButler Tue 23-Aug-11 21:29:56

pmsl @ gail

the only thing id say is it sounds very american to me but if that doesnt bother you then its a nice enough name smile

PippiLongBottom Tue 23-Aug-11 21:42:04

I went to school with a few. In 1987.

It's ok. At a push.

pointydog Tue 23-Aug-11 21:48:08

Don;t like it. A dull name, doesn't resonate

notlettingthefearshow Tue 23-Aug-11 22:35:59

I really like it. Simple, classic, but not common.

EskimoPie Tue 23-Aug-11 23:22:08

Yes - 1970s... Same era as Bradley, Dean, Shaun, Shane, Steven, Michael...

pommedechocolat Wed 24-Aug-11 11:34:30

Very 70's/80's I think. I do like it though.

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