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scottish-y boy's name to go with Ramsay?

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VenusInfers Mon 20-Jul-09 20:46:58

At the moment we're leaning toward Alexander James, but is that just a bit dull?
My DH also loves Redd, which IMHO is going too far the other way.
Suggestions welcome!

FAQinglovely Mon 20-Jul-09 20:48:57

ermm Gordon blush grin

wrinklytum Mon 20-Jul-09 20:48:59

Fraser
Ross
Cameron
Euan

For starters.

I love Alexander,is db name

BikeRunSki Mon 20-Jul-09 20:50:08

Frazer
Lachlan
Alisdair
Prentice

Redd? No, don't like it, or it's spelling.

Paolosgirl Mon 20-Jul-09 20:51:16

Lachlan
Angus
Hamish
Cormac

MyCatIsGreebo Mon 20-Jul-09 20:52:47

Finley/Finlay
Hamish
Angus
Ewan

LunarSea Mon 20-Jul-09 20:53:41

Murray?

Spidermama Mon 20-Jul-09 20:56:11

Hamish.

gero Mon 20-Jul-09 20:57:06

Forbes?

girlylala0807 Mon 20-Jul-09 20:58:04

Magnus?

stroppyknickers Mon 20-Jul-09 20:58:28

Fergus, obv. xxx

myredcardigan Mon 20-Jul-09 20:59:10

Lachlan is fab, fab, fab!
Lachie as a nn is cool though I am picturing Hamish Macbeth saying, 'Eye Lachie Junior!'

muffle Mon 20-Jul-09 21:00:32

Dougal

SpawnChorus Mon 20-Jul-09 21:02:25

Murdo

jellybeans Mon 20-Jul-09 21:27:39

Logan
Ross
Angus

geordieminx Mon 20-Jul-09 21:29:14

Nairn

Fimbo Mon 20-Jul-09 22:24:42

Campbell
Struan
Finlay
Blair

SlartyBartFast Mon 20-Jul-09 22:27:18

jock

<<seriously i saw someone called Jock Stirrup on the news recently and was dying to suggest this name - it sounds so cool - unlike me blush>>>

SlartyBartFast Mon 20-Jul-09 22:28:55

here

SlartyBartFast Mon 20-Jul-09 22:29:29

otherwise,
kian
gerard
andrew

SoWhat Mon 20-Jul-09 22:30:03

Blair?

blinks Mon 20-Jul-09 22:33:55

Rab.

'Rab Ramsay' is surely a name to be reckoned with.

grrrrr <rab tows lorry with teeth>

shonaspurtle Mon 20-Jul-09 22:35:19

Angus
Euan
Campbell
Cameron
Hamish
David

Fimbo Mon 20-Jul-09 22:36:13

Is Ramsay the surname, or the name of a sibling?

jojobeanie Mon 20-Jul-09 22:41:11

Archie.
Apparently German name but has been used a lot in Scotland.

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