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Pronounced A-LI-STER.
-- redvelvetjacket  5/17/2005
Alistair Appleton, host of the BBC program "Cash In the Attic", is a famous bearer of this name.
-- beautyofwords9  3/4/2006
I like this name, it is a nice alternative to Alexander.
-- Anonymous User  4/29/2006
Alistair McLean (1922-1987) was a Scottish novelist known for his thrillers. Some of the books he wrote were "The Guns of Navarone," "Force Ten from Navarone," "Bear Island," and "Where Eagles Dare."
-- breakofday  9/27/2006
I know someone called this but they go by Al or Allie instead. One of my mum's friends wanted to cal her daughter this. We talked her out of it though.
-- Luangi  4/12/2007
Alistair Becket was the name of the candidate for prime minister in Oh! Heavenly Dog.
-- welovejamesarness  6/23/2008
Alistair Cooke, British-born American journalist and broadcaster (Omnibus, Masterpiece Theatre). (Born Alfred Cooke, but legally changed it to Alistair.)
-- Kosta  12/4/2008
Alistair McGowan (b. 1964) is a Scottish comedian and impressionist.
-- SandSea  2/20/2010
Character from "Dragon Age, Origins". Way cool.
-- fernsirius  5/5/2011
This is the name of one of the clue hunters in The 39 Clues series, Alistair Oh.
-- OkapiPenguin  4/11/2012
Brigadier Alistair Gordon Lethbridge-Stewert, who met the Second, Third, Fourth, Fifth, and Seventh Doctor's in the TV series Doctor Who.
-- VoraLundar  6/17/2014
The name Alistair was given to 131 baby boys born in the U.S. in 2013.
-- hkols  11/2/2014
There's also "Brigadier Sir Alistair Gordon Lethbridge-Stewart" from Doctor Who.
-- TheOtherAce  12/3/2015
The name Alistair was given to 194 boys born in the US in 2015.
-- HerculePoirot  6/18/2016
The name Alistair was given to 247 boys born in the US in 2016.
-- Anonymous User  6/7/2017

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