Scottish Cat Names

If you admire the rich culture and history of Scotland, this list offers names that capture the spirit of the Highlands and the warmth of Scottish tradition. Find a name that echoes the proud and noble character of your Scottish-inspired feline with these Scottish dog names.

Scottish Cat Names

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  • A city in Scotland known for its granite architecture and fishing industry.
  • Derived from a Scottish surname, meaning "oak tree ford."
  • Derived from old Scottish, meaning "noble and bright".
  • Derived from Scottish Gaelic, meaning "from the green meadow."
  • Derived from Scottish Gaelic, meaning "one's own meadow".
  • A Scottish town known for its rich history and Gaelic linguistic roots.
  • Scottish origin, meaning "defender of the people".
  • Scottish variant of Alexander, meaning "defender of mankind".
  • A popular traditional Scottish male name, often linked to strength.
  • Derived from Scottish origin, meaning "prayerful" or "yielding to prayer".
  • A pattern from Clan Campbell's tartan, also a region in Scotland.
  • Ayr
    A town in Scotland known for its historic significance and Burns' poetry.
  • A city in Scotland known for its ancient cathedral and round tower.
  • Derived from a place in Scotland, often used as a surname.
  • Derived from Scottish surname, meaning "dweller at the brushwood farm".
  • Derived from Gaelic, meaning steep or rugged place.
  • Derived from Scottish Gaelic, meaning "dove", often used in Scotland.
  • Derived from a Scottish surname meaning "winding valley".
  • Derived from Gaelic, meaning "crooked nose", traditionally a Scottish surname.
  • A prominent Scottish clan, known for their influence and power.
  • A major river in Scotland shares this name.
  • Site of a significant 1746 battle in Scottish history.
  • Derived from Scottish Gaelic, meaning "meadow dwelling."
  • A traditional Scottish name meaning "dark stranger".
  • Derived from Scottish surname Drue, meaning strong and manly.
  • A town in Scotland known for its rich history and Scottish dialect.
  • A city in Scotland known for its historic contributions to industry.
  • A town in Scotland and a Scottish Gaelic surname.
  • Associated with Scottish Gaelic, meaning east or from the east.
  • A town in Scotland and a Scots language variant.
  • A traditional Scottish variant of the name Elizabeth.
  • A traditional Scottish name, often linked to folklore and ancient tales.
  • Derived from Gaelic, meaning "fair-haired hero" in Scottish culture.
  • Associated with Scottish Gaelic, meaning field or meadow.
  • A prominent Scottish clan and surname with French origins.
  • Derived from Gaelic, meaning "white hawk", popular in Scottish culture.
  • Derived from the Scottish Gaelic name Gwalchgwyn, meaning "white hawk".
  • Site of a historic massacre and a Gaelic-speaking village in Scotland.
  • A village in Scotland, known for the Jacobite Rising and a viaduct.
  • Derived from Gaelic term for valley, often used in Scottish place names.
  • A prominent Scottish clan and region bear this name.
  • Derived from Scottish surname, signifies watchful or guardian in Gaelic language.
  • Derived from Scottish Gaelic, often used in traditional folklore tales.
  • A prominent Scottish clan and town share this moniker.
  • A popular male name in Scotland, equivalent to James.
  • A Scottish city, known for its Gaelic heritage and historic landmarks.
  • A town in Scotland and a common Scottish surname.
  • Derived from a Scottish river, popular as a female name.
  • Scottish variant of Isabel, meaning "pledged to God".
  • Derived from James, a common name in Scotland's history.
  • No connection to Scottish culture or language exists.
  • Derived from a Scottish place, signifies "wood" or "forest" in Gaelic.
  • Capital of Orkney Islands, known for its Norse and Scottish heritage.
  • Derived from Scottish Gaelic, meaning "narrow strait or channel".
  • Derived from Gaelic, meaning "land of lakes", common in Scottish heritage.
  • A district in Edinburgh, known for its rich maritime history.
  • Associated with a Scottish region, derived from Gaelic "leamhan" meaning elm.
  • A town in Scotland and a common Scottish surname.
  • A Scottish surname derived from the Gaelic "MacAmhalghaidh".
  • Derived from Scottish Gaelic, signifies "son of life" and a historic king.
  • A traditional Scottish surname linked to a powerful Highland clan.
  • Derived from Scottish Gaelic, signifies son of the learned man.
  • A Scottish surname derived from the Gaelic MacFhionghuin clan.
  • A traditional Scottish surname originating from Clan MacLaren.
  • A Scottish clan and Gaelic surname, linked to highland heritage.
  • A Scottish clan known for their bravery and strength.
  • Derived from Scottish Gaelic, meaning "bitter" or "sea of bitterness".
  • Derived from Margaret, a popular name in Scottish history.
  • Derived from Scottish Gaelic, meaning "son of the handsome one".
  • Derived from Gaelic, meaning "devotee of Saint Columba".
  • A small fishing village in Scotland, known for its Gaelic heritage.
  • A Scottish Gaelic name meaning "mariner" or "sea warrior".
  • A feminine Scottish Gaelic name meaning "pearl".
  • A town in Scotland, known for its historic abbey and rugby sevens.
  • A town in Scotland and a Scottish Gaelic feminine given name.
  • A coastal town in Scotland, known for its whisky distillery.
  • Derived from Scottish Gaelic, meaning "royal" or "noble".
  • A town in Scotland and a traditional textile pattern.
  • A city in Scotland, known for its rich history and heritage.
  • Derived from Gaelic, meaning "red king", popular in Scottish heritage.
  • Associated with a historic village and chapel in Scotland.
  • A Scottish island and Gaelic language origin.
  • Derived from Scottish Gaelic, meaning "expedition" or "raid".
  • A city in Scotland and a famous Scottish surname.
  • A town in Scotland, known for its Norse heritage and surfing.
  • Derived from "toraidh", a Gaelic term meaning outlaw or robber.
  • Derived from an Irish Gaelic name, not directly linked to Scottish culture.
  • Derived from old Scottish, meaning "peaceful friend".

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Scottish Cat Names: Stats

Scottish Cat Names currently rank in 56th place out of all MeowNames.com categories.

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