Scottish Names for Boys
This Scottish form of Thomas has a lot of charm, evoking images of men in plaid kilts playing the bagpipes. As for the 'ish' ending, it could either be seen as cozy and hamish, or a little... Read More
Might fit the bill if you're seeking a unique single-syllable first or middle name for your son. Read More
Torquil, is a quirky but intriguing option that evolved from an ancient Scandinavian name and was imported into Scotland by the Vikings. The Gaelic form of the name is Torcaill.
Torquil... Read More
Wiley is a perfectly appropriate way to spell the name also known as Wylie. The y ending and Wil beginning makes Wiley feel somehow more boyish, whereas Wylie seems truly androgynous.Read More