Brodie

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Etymology[edit]

Scottish habitational surname of uncertain meaning. Probably of Pictish or Gaelic origin. Some of the suggestions that have been advanced as to the meaning of the name Brodie are:

Proper noun[edit]

Brodie

  1. A surname​.
  2. A male given name transferred from the surname.

References[edit]

  1. ^ The history of the Province of Moray : comprising the counties of Elgin and Nairn, the greater part of the County of Inverness and a portion of the County of Banff, all called the Province of Moray before there was a division into counties (1882), vol. ii, p.248-249[1]
  2. ^ Brodie Name Meaning and Origin Retrieved on 2008-02-07
  3. ^ The place names of Elginshire (1905), by Donald Matheson, p.119[2]
  4. ^ Clans and Chiefs, p. 52, by Ian Grimble, Frederick Muller Ltd (December 8, 1980), ISBN-10: 0856341118, ISBN-13: 978-0856341113
  5. ^ Brodie Country (1991), p.1, by James Brodie, Galloper press, ISBN 0 9536718 0 1
  6. ^ rampantscotland.com[3]

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