Great Scott=What?!, omg, Jumpin' Jehosaphat, Holy Cow...
Scottie Tissues=Kleenex that's not Kleenex
Scottish Terrier=A feisty little dog that's also a Monopoly playing piece
Scottish Deerhound=A dog that looks like a big greyhound wearing a fur coat
Scottish Highland Cattle=A rugged beef source
scot-free=off the hook, get away without paying your fair share
Mary Queen of Scots=16th century Stuart queen of Scotland and cousin of Elizabeth I
Scott Adams=creator of the Dilbert comic strip
Scott Bakula=star of the TV series: "Quantum Leap", "Star Trek: Enterprise" and "NCIS: New Orleans"
Scott Hamilton=American figure skating champion and 1984 Olympic gold medal winner
Scott Joplin=King of Ragtime who wrote the archetypal Maple Leaf Rag
Scott Turow=best-selling author of legal thrillers such as The Burden of Proof and Presumed Innocent
Scott of the Antarctic=1948 movie about the British explorer Robert Falcon Scott
Scottie Pippen=basketball Hall of Famer who was Michael Jordan's sidekick on the Chicago Bulls
Scotty Bowman=National Hockey League's winningest coach
Scotty McCreery=deep-voiced country singer who was the 10th season American Idol winner
Coretta Scott King=civil rights activist and widow of Martin Luther King Jr.
F. Scott Fitzgerald=American Jazz Age author of The Great Gatsby
Dred Scott=African-American slave who sued unsuccessfully for his freedom in 1857
Francis Scott Key=He wrote the lyrics to the Star-Spangled Banner
George C. Scott=Won and refused a Best Actor Oscar for his performance in "Patton"
Michael Scott=manager of the Scranton Branch of Dunder Mifflin, portrayed by Steve Carrell in NBC TV's The Office.
Montgomery Scott=The formal name of Star Trek's Chief Engineer, who did a lot of beaming up
Robert Falcon Scott=Britsh leader of the ill-fated expedition to the South Pole that was beaten by Roald Amundsen's group
Sir Walter Scott=Scottish author of historical classics such as Ivanhoe and Rob Roy
Scottsdale=Arizona city that neighbors Phoenix, the capital
scotch=cancel, put an end to, deep six, 86,...
Scotch and soda=one of your simpler mixed drinks, a classic highball
Scotch bonnet=a hot, hot pepper named for its resemblance to a tam o'shanter, NOT for its popularity with Scottish cooks
Scotch broth=a barley, lamb and vegetable soup
Scotch-Brite=3M's trademarked scouring pad and cleaning product
Scotch broom=a shrub with bright yellow flowers that has become an invasive nuisance in some areas
Scotch egg=a hard-boiled egg coated with sausage and breadcrumbs and then deep-fried
Scotchgard=3M's trademarked stain and water-repellent fabric coating that protects your upholstery
Scotch mint=a candy with a hard white round shell around a soft chewy center
Scotch on the rocks=a glass of whisky with ice cubes
Scotch pine=a long-needled evergreen conifer that's a popular Christmas tree
Scotch tape=3M's trademarked transparent pressure sensitive adhesive tape that's become as generic as Kleenex
single malt Scotch=it's from a single distillery in Scotland and made only from malted barley, like Glenlivet
Scotland Yard=familiar name for the London Metropolitan Police Services, although they're not located there anymore
Nova Scotia=one of Canada's Maritime provinces and home to many people of Scottish origin
ascot=a dandified tie, a scarf for guys
butterscotch=melt together butter and sugar to get this sweet topping for a sundae
hopscotch=a sidewalk game where you hop from square to square without touching the borders
mascot=it represents, cheers on and brings luck to sports teams or brands, like the Phillie Phanatic or the San Diego Chicken
biscotti=crunchy, dry Italian cookies that are great for dipping
wainscoting=wood wall paneling along the bottom of a wall
discotheque=a 70's dance club, like Studio 54, where you might have found a mirror ball or glitter ball
Beam me up Scotty=I'm outta here, Trekkie style