Where did Scotland come from?
The word or name 'Scotland' comes from the Irish tribe known as The Scotti who settled in Scotland in the Dark Ages and eventually gave Scotland it's name.
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Well The Word Scotland Has The Origin: The Land Of The Scots Read More
There is no biblical record of Him going to Scotland. Read More
The Angles came to Scotland about 1200 years ago Read More
Scotland is not under English control. Scotland and England joined in union in 1707. Read More
Watashi WA sukottorando kara kite That is how you say, "I come from Scotland" If you literally meant how to say, "You come from Scotland" you say it like this: Anata WA sukottorando kara kite Read More
Scotland is named after the Scoti tribe who settled in southwest Scotland from Ireland. The Picts inhabited other parts of Scotland but historians are unsure of their origins. Read More
Scottish people come from Scotland, the northern region of isle of Great Britain, and before that they migrated to Scotland from Ireland and Britain. Read More
No, they come from England, London to be precise. Read More
Both Ireland and Scotland have their own native breeds of horses. Read More