Alasdair

Alasdair Meaning and Origin

The name Alasdair is a boy’s name meaning defender of man and is of Scottish origin. “Alasdair” is a masculine given name with Gaelic origins. It is a variant of the name “Alexander,” which is derived from the Greek name “Alexandros,” meaning “defender of the people” or “protector of mankind.” Alasdair is particularly popular in Scotland and is also used in other English-speaking countries, albeit less commonly. Alasdair is pronounced as “al-uh-stair” in English, with the stress on the first syllable. The name Alasdair carries a sense of strength, nobility, and leadership. It has a historical and cultural richness that gives it a distinct and timeless appeal, making it an excellent choice for those seeking a name with a powerful and meaningful heritage.

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