were used by medieval Scottish peoples.
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AITHBHREAC f Scottish Gaelic, Medieval Scottish
Older form of OIGHRIG
. Aithbhreac was the given name of the author of the earliest extant poetry in Scottish Gaelic by a poetess. Aithbhreac Inghean Coirceadal (1430-80) wrote a famous poem to eulogise her late husband.
GOSPATRIC m Medieval Scottish
Means "servant of Saint Patrick", derived from a Cumbric element meaning "servant" (cognate with Old Breton uuas
"servant" and Middle Welsh gwas
"servant, vassal") combined with the name of the saint PATRICK
GRUOCH f Medieval Scottish, History
Meaning unknown. This was the name of the wife of King Macbeth of Scotland. She was immortalized as Lady Macbeth in the Shakespeare play Macbeth, though the facts about her are few.
MARGRET f Icelandic, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, Faroese, English, German, Dutch, Scots (Archaic), Medieval Scottish, Alsatian
Variant of MARGARET
as well as a modern Icelandic and Faroese form of MARGRÉT
as well as a German and Alsatian contracted form of MARGARETE
ODART m Medieval, Ancient Germanic, Old Saxon, Medieval Italian, Medieval Scottish, Medieval French, Estonian (Archaic)
Old High German ōt
, Old Saxon ōd
"wealth, riches" + Old Saxon hard
, Old High German hart
OSBERN m Icelandic (Archaic), English (Archaic), Medieval, Old Swedish, Medieval Finnish, Medieval French, Medieval Irish, Medieval Scottish
Old English ōs
, Old Icelandic áss, óss "god" + Old English bera
, Old Icelandic bjǫrn "bear".