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Fourth son - need a Scottish name. Used three already-help!

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lollystix Fri 26-Aug-11 23:20:54

So we're onto either Lachlan or Brodie for this one but I'm looking for more suggestions. We already have a Euan, Callum and a Fergus. I had dismissed Innes but heard it in a shop today and quite liked it.

Im stuck - poor we'd Fergus was nameless for 10 days - I want to get this one cracked before he pops out.

tummytickler Fri 26-Aug-11 23:22:31

I love Struan and Douglas. Dh is Scottish, but we went with Hebrew names for ds1&2 so now I can't have them - you can have them if you want!
Also love Malcolm and Donald.

lollystix Fri 26-Aug-11 23:26:32

I liked douglas-vetoed 3 times as dh knows a dodgy Dougie. sad

MintChocAddict Fri 26-Aug-11 23:27:57

I love Angus. Wanted to use it for DS2 but DH wasn't keen. Don't know if it's too similar to Fergus for you, but a good, strong name IMHO. Also really like Innes and Lachlan.

Not sure if Magnus has Scottish roots (should do as am Scottish. blush) but also think it's a lovely name.

PricklyThistle Fri 26-Aug-11 23:28:01

You already have my DS name (with a spelling variation), DB is Lachlan, and if I ever had another DS he would be Innes!

Any sort of surname: Grant, Fraser, Ross etc
West coast names: Donald, Murdo, Hamish
Place names: Angus, Moray/Murray

Callum is a derivative of Malcolm, so that wouldn't really work.

lollystix Fri 26-Aug-11 23:30:59

What does DB get shortened to? I'm worried we'd get lots of the 'Lochlan' pronunciation

spiderbabymum Fri 26-Aug-11 23:42:27

Ninian ,
Naoise

jasper Fri 26-Aug-11 23:43:22

Sandy

thisisyesterday Fri 26-Aug-11 23:43:52

Brodie is fabulous.

and i like Innes too

GeetTallBird Fri 26-Aug-11 23:44:03

Jamie?

lollystix Fri 26-Aug-11 23:48:23

Mmm.....Jamie doesn't mean nice thinks - supplanter...(but then Brodie means Ditch). How do we pronouce Naoise? I can see MIL having trouble-it took a while to grasp Fergus!!

lollystix Fri 26-Aug-11 23:48:43

Oops -things not thinks

saffronwblue Fri 26-Aug-11 23:49:40

Alastair?

trixymalixy Fri 26-Aug-11 23:50:47

Roan, Rory, Duncan, Douglas, Lewis, Cameron.

ThePosieParker Fri 26-Aug-11 23:51:24

Angus.

PricklyThistle Fri 26-Aug-11 23:53:58

DB has always been Lachie. Only time people used the 'o' instead of 'a' was in Canada.
I love it, but wouldn't have used it, because it doesn't go with my married surname, and I wouldn't give little DB the satisfaction grin

proudfoot Sat 27-Aug-11 00:10:30

Alastair!

DoctorX Sat 27-Aug-11 07:51:28

An old Scottish name I like is Bryce. It means British.

peggyblackett Sat 27-Aug-11 07:56:16

Angus, Struan and Innes all lovely.

lovetoski Sat 27-Aug-11 07:58:09

lorne

HeiferLump Sat 27-Aug-11 07:58:11

Murdo

Campbell

Duncan

Alastair

Torquil (too much?)

Neil

Alexander

Lindsay

Lockhart

Iain

Yama Sat 27-Aug-11 07:58:31

Although Greek and Russian, Alexander is Scottish too. Terrific name.

HeiferLump Sat 27-Aug-11 07:59:46

Bruce?

HeiferLump Sat 27-Aug-11 08:00:24

Craig?

HeiferLump Sat 27-Aug-11 08:02:14

Or of course Scott!

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