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Gender: M Origin of Alastair: English spelling of the Scottish Alasdair, the Gaelic form of of Alexander Meaning of Alasdair: Scottish variation of Alexander, "defending men"

To Americans, a quintessential British name, introduced to the U.S. public by suave journalist/PBS Masterpiece Theater host Alastair Cook. Sometimes used in the U.S. by parents with Scottish heritage.

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