Alasdair Gray (1934-2019) was a Scottish artist and writer educated at the Glasgow School of Art. His most famous work was his genre-bending novel titled 'Lanark: A Life in Four Books,' which was first published in 1981. In 2020, a parliamentary action moved that 'Gray Day' should be celebrated annually on the 25th of February in honour of the author. 2021 marked the inaugural celebration of Gray Day, with a special Gray Day broadcast being released on Youtube, featuring readings from Lanark, interviews, and music.
My father’s name was Allistair. If I have a son I would consider calling him Alasdair.
The name Alasdair was given to 20 baby boys born in the U.S. in 2013.
A lot more unique and less over the top than Alexander.
David Alasdair Boudia (born 1989 in Abilene, Texas) is an American diver and Olympic gold medalist.
This is one of my favorite names, it will definitely be part of my future son's name. I love this name with the nickname Dair, as Dair reminds me of the word Dare, and well, it sounds daring and makes a cute nickname!
Awesome name.
I love the name Alasdair. I think it is very underused. I think of it as being high on the socioeconomic ladder yet still very approachable. I will definitely include this name some how into my possible future son's name.
My bro is called this. I think it's a mint name and more people should spell it this way because it rocks!

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