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Soay (pronounced "so - ay") is the name of several Scottish islands. It is Sòdhaigh (sometimes anglicised "Soaigh") in Scottish Gaelic, and comes from the Old Norse so-ey meaning "island of sheep". It may refer to:
- Soay, St Kilda in the St Kilda group
- Soay, Skye off south west Skye
- The neighbouring islands of Soay Mòr and Soay Beag in the Outer Hebrides
It may also refer to:
- Soay sheep the native, primitive sheep from St Kilda.
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