Chris at Qwghlm.co.uk ("because all the other domain names were taken") has been poring over the General Register Office for Scotland's baby-name registry--that's right, so you and I don't have to. I can't say whether it's reassuring or disheartening that the Scots are evincing no more common sense in this department than we Americans:
The trend for double, treble or even quadruple-barrelled forenames is evident; there are total of 110 boys names which use more than one name in combination (including the remarkably long Henri-Jay-Karl-Alexander) but there are 316 girls' multiple-barrelled names (including a staggering 15 called Demi-Leigh, which at first made me suspect a clerical error, but a quick Google reveals it is also the name of a young road accident victim, which may have raised its profile).
There are of course the curious spellings (Danyael, Jaxson, Makenzi and my personal favourite, Maksymilian), celebrity-influenced ones (Brooklyn, Zidane, Sean-Paul), the totally uninspired (Junior), and the downright peculiar (Denim, B-Jay, Bo-Breeze, Coast).
For true peculiarity, though, follow Chris's link to the extremely Random Baby Name Generator, brought to you by Pregnancy Today. Among the random girls' names: Bula, Un, Moon, Mao, Conception, Easter, Virgina (!), and Alease ("Alease we didn't name you Virgina"), as well as the Future Pole Dancers of America roster: Julene, Chanel, Laronda, Melodee, etc. On the masculine side of the ledger, I detect a challenge to my theory that only WASP surnames get appropriated as given names: why not name the little boychik Silberman, Lebovits, Glasser, Salzman, or Eisenmann? No? Then how about Spoon, Steed, Shuffler, Shuck, Spray, or Solem? And that's just the letter S.