Origin of Scotty
- James (Barrett)Scotty, 1909–1995, U.S. journalist, born in Scotland.
- William ScottScotty, born 1933, Canadian hockey coach.
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Contemporary Examples of scotty
They were also, according to NHL coaching great Scotty Bowman, the greatest lineup in the history of hockey.Putin’s Hockey Pal Tells All: Slava Fetisov on ‘Red Army,’ Soviet Nostalgia, and What Drives Putin
October 9, 2014
Sure, two of them found, at the very least, moderate success (Scotty McCreery and Phillip Phillips).Danielle Bradbery Wins ‘The Voice.’ But She Won’t Be a Star.
June 19, 2013
When I found out about playing the role of Scotty for the Star Trek reboot, it felt like a bomb had gone off near my head.
In an email that came out of nowhere, J.J. literally wrote, “Do you want to play Scotty?”
Gore Vidal lived a prolific life, but few knew him as well as Scotty Bowers, who was his close pal for 64 years.Gore Vidal Remembered By His Closest Friend, Scotty Bowers
August 2, 2012
Historical Examples of scotty
“Scotty claims he left it where he found it, for evidence,” Tom said gloomily.
Scotty 61 made the rounds to-day––talked to the whole bunch.
Footnote 9: Since my return I have heard from "Scotty," as we used to call him.A Yeoman's Letters
P. T. Ross
It takes more than one bullet to kill a tough bird like Scotty.Across the Mesa
"She'll be goin' to England to marry an English officer," said Scotty.The U-boat hunters
James B. Connolly
- an archer
- nautical an oarsman at the bow of a boatAlso called: bow oar
Bowman(bō′mən)Sir William 1816-1892
- British histologist, ophthalmologist, and surgeon who is noted for his studies of the eye, the kidney, and striated muscle.