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1139 Irish baby names



#     Name Meaning
1AbbanAbbot.
2AbrachamFather of a multitude
3AdalardoNoble
4AearyScholar
5AedanLittle
6AeronMountain of strength
7AerynMountain of strength
8Affleckfrom auchinleck, scotland
9AftonFrom Affa's Settlement
10AgateKind
11AghnaHoly, without blame, Rein / chaste, Lamb
12AghyFriend of horses.
13AhanaFrom the little ford.
14AibhneUnknown
15Aichlinna form of echlin
16AidanLittle fire, ardent. Aidan was popular in Ireland in the 7th century after the famous Irish monk Aidan, and was revived in the early 19th century. It is used as a female name as well.
17AideenLittle fire.
18Aileylighting
19AilfridWise.
20Ailialighting
21AilinFair
22AilisVariant of Alice: Of the nobility. From the German Adalheidis meaning nobility, and the French Adeliz which is a form of Adelaide.
23AilishOf A Noble Kin
24Aimonrich protector
25Aindreaman
26Aineshine
27AinhoaRefers to the Virgin Mary.
28AiricPleasant
29Aislinvision, dream
30Aislingvision, dream
31AislinnVariant of Aisling or Ashling: Dream or vision.
32Aislynninspiration
33AithneFire
34AlDiminutive of Alan: Harmony, stone, or noble. Also fair, handsome. Originally a saint's name, it was reintroduced to Britain during the Norman Conquest, remained popular throughout the Middle Ages, and was revived in the 19th century.
35AlabhaoisFamous soldier
36Alanrock
37AlanaThis name of uncertain origin may be a feminine form of Man, or derived from the Irish Gaelic word for 'child'.
38AlaneHonest
39AlaniBeautiful. Dear child.
40AlannahRock
41AlaricNoble ruler, noble ruler. Old German. King Alaric I conquered Rome in the early 5th century.
42AlastrionaFeminine form of Alastair, meaning avenger.
43Alayneclear
44Albyname of an irish saint
45AledOffspring.
46AleenOnly
47AleneOnly
48AlhanPale.
49Alhanabeautiful dear child (same as alana)
50AlineFair, good-looking. Feminine of Allen or variant of Helen.
51AllenRock
52AllenaFair, good-looking. Feminine of Allen or variant of Helen.
53AllynFair
54AlroyRed haired.
55AlunHarmony, stone, or noble. Also fair, handsome. Originally a saint's name, it was reintroduced to Britain during the Norman Conquest, remained popular throughout the Middle Ages, and was revived in the 19th century.
56AlvyIntelligent or noble friend.
57AmalgithUnknown
58AmbrosDivine.
59AmerginBorn Of Song
60AmnchadhBrave
61AnantFrom the stream.
62AndrasteVictory.
63AneiraFeminine form of Aneurin: Uncertain origin, but may be derived from the Latin Honorius meaning man of honour, or from the Welsh eur meaning gold.
64AneurinUncertain origin, but may be derived from the Latin Honorius meaning man of honour, or from the Welsh eur meaning gold.
65AngharadMuch loved. Used in 'Mahinogion,' a collection of medieval Welsh folk tales. The name of famous Welsh actress Angharad Rees.
66Angwenvery handsome
67Angwynvery handsome
68AnlonChampion.
69AnnablaGracious, sweet and bitter, sad
70AnnaduffFrom the black marsh.
71AnnanFrom the stream.
72AnsgarWarrior
73AnsteyResurrection
74Anwellbeloved
75Anwylbeloved
76AodMythical son of Lyr.
77AodhFire; fiery.
78AodhaighVariant of Aodh: Fire; fiery.
79AodhanFire
80AodhnaitUnknown
81AoganFire
82AoibheannBeautiful luster
83AoifeIrish form of Eve: gives life.
84Ap-Owenson of owen
85AranaAran Islands, Ireland
86ArdalaHigh honor.
87Ardarafort on the hill
88ArdenaElevated
89ArdraNoble
90ArelaAn oath.
91ArlanVariant of Arlen: Gaelic word meaning 'pledge; promise; oath'.
92Arlanameans the same as guy
93ArleenDerived from a feminine diminutive of Charles, meaning manly. A medieval given name.
94ArlenGaelic word meaning 'pledge; promise; oath'.
95ArlèneDerived from a feminine diminutive of Charles, meaning manly. A medieval given name.
96ArletaA medieval given name.
97ArletteDerived from a feminine diminutive of Charles, meaning manly. A medieval given name.
98ArlinVariant of Arlen: Gaelic word meaning 'pledge; promise; oath'.
99Arlinameans the same as guy
100ArlissHigh fort. A place name.
101ArtegalValour; high honor.
102Arthusbear hero, a rock
103ArturStrong as a bear.
104ArwelUnknown
105AssanWaterfall.
106AssanaWaterfall.
107AssaneWaterfall.
108AssumptaDescent
109AttieNigerian royal word
110AttyStrong as a bear.
111Augusteenwho is praised
112AuleyIrish form of Olaf.
113AwnanLittle Adam.
114AydenLittle
115Azlyna vision or dream
116Azzarragods angel whom was sent to earth
117BaibreStrange.
118BairrfhionnMarksman.
119BairrfhoinnHandsome.
120Bakarnesolitude
121BanbaMythological name
122BaothghalachFoolish pride.
123Bard
124BarrieA form of Barry, from the Irish word for spear. This name is given more commonly to men, but also used as a feminine name. Also Fair-haired. Famous bearer: Sir J. M. Barrie created Peter Pan.
125BarryFair haired. Also from the Irish word for spear. Used regurarly throughout the English-speaking world since the early 20th century.
126BaryFair Headed
127Baylorhorse-trainer
128BeamardBrave as a bear.
129BecDiminutive of Beacan: Small.
130BecanVariant of Beacan: Small.
131BeircheartShining army.
132BellinagaraUnknown
133BendigeidfranName of a king.
134BercnanVariant of Bearach: Spearlike.
135BergetChampion
136BerginVariant of Bearach: Spearlike.
137Berneenstrong and brave as a bear
138BevanYoung soldier.
139Bevinlively, full of life
140BirgitA variation of the name Bridget.
141BirkitaStrong.
142BirteSplendid.
143BlaithinSmall Flower
144BlathSmall Flower
145Blediglike a wolf
146BlinneUnknown
147BlodwenWhite flower.
148BnobeliaSublime, Goddess
149BodyBlond.
150BoetiusFoolish pride.
151Booa star
152BowenSon of Owen.
153BowieBlond. Famous Bearer: British pop star David Bowie.
154BradyFrom tbe broad island.
155BraedenBroad hillside.
156BraidenBradan `s heir
157BrandanDerived from a surname and place name based on the Old English for 'hill covered with broom'. Broom is a prolific weed. Also, 'From the beacon hill', 'Beacon on the hill' or 'gorse-covered hill.'.
158Branden'Beacon on the hill' or 'gorse-covered hill.'.
159BraniganSurname
160BrannVariant of Bram: Raven.
161Bransonsword
162BrasilBattle.
163Brazilwar
164BreaNoble
165BreannaNoble
166BreanneStrong.
167BreckFreckled.
168Breconthe name of a group of mountains
169BreeThe
170BreedaElevated
171BreenFairy palace. Also variant of Brianna and Sabrina.
172BreenaFairy palace. Also variant of Brianna and Sabrina.
173BrendPrince
174BrendalynnBeacon on the hill. Feminine of Brendan.
175BrendanPrince. Some scholars believe Brendan means 'stinking hair' Famous bearer: 6th century Irish abbot St Brendan founded a monastery at Clonfert in County Galway; then is said to have sailed across the Atlantic on a voyage of discovery.
176BrendenPrince; smelly hair. Variant of Brendan.
177BrendonPrince; smelly hair. Variant of Brendan.
178BrennPrince. Variant of Brendan.
179BrennaVariant of Brenda. Beacon on the hill Little raven.
180BrennanDescendant
181BrennenDescendant
182BrennonDescendant
183BreslinSurname
184BrettA native of Brittany: (France) or Britain: (England). Derived from the surname Breton or Briton, Brett and Bret became popular first names after 19th-century US writer Bret Harte. Brett became very popular in Australia in the mid-20th century.
185Breyapure and spirited
186Bristrong
187BriaNoble
188Brianhigh
189BrianaNoble
190BriannaStrong. She ascends. Feminine of Brian.
191Bridstrong
192BrideDerived from the Irish name Brighid
193BridgetDerived from the Irish name Brighid, meaning 'the high one' or 'strength.' Brighid was a mythological Celtic goddess of fire and poetry. This name has been used regularly in the British Isles since the 17th century.'Strength.
194Bridgitfrom the name bridget
195BridieDerived from the Irish name Brighid
196BriennaStrong. She ascends. Feminine of Brian.
197BrienneStrong. She ascends. Feminine of Brian.
198BriettaStrong.
199BrighidExalted, Lofty
200BrigidA variant of Bridget, meaning 'the high one' or 'strength. The 6th century Irish abbess Brigid founded Ireland's first women's religious community. In Great Britain, she was known as St Bridget or St Bride:.
201BrigittaDerived from the Irish name Brighid
202BrileyDescendant Of Roghallach
203Brinsmall meadow
204BriteFrom Britain.
205Brogansturdy and strong
206BronaSorrow.
207Bronaghcare
208BrusFrom Bruys.
209BryanBryan is a name that is usually given to boys. It is a variant of the name Brian. It comes from an Old Celtic language word meaning "high", or "noble".
210BryannStrong. She ascends. Feminine of Brian.
211BryannaNoble
212BryanneStrong. She ascends. Feminine of Brian.
213BryantNoble
214BrychanSpeckled; spotted.
215Bryherthe name of one of the scilly isles
216BrynHill. Many Welsh place names begin with the word 'Bryn'.
217BrynnFrom the hill.
218BuanGoodness.
219BuzzVillage In The Woods
220CacanisiusSon of Nis.
221CaciaVigilant.
222Caelshapely, clean
223Caelanpulchritudinous
224CaelinVariant of Caelan: Powerful warrior.
225CaerwynWhite fortress.
226CaffarHelmet.
227CaffaraHelmet.
228Cagneynot available
229CailaSlender. Variant of Caley or Cailley: (French) 'from the forest.
230Caisidecurls
231CaithFrom the battlefield.
232CaitlinClean and pure
233CaitlynPure
234CaitlynnPure
235CalbhachBald.
236CalhounFrom the narrow forest. Surname.
237CalinVariant of Caelan: Powerful warrior.
238CallahanLittle Bright-headed One/devotee Of The Church
239CameroCrooked nose.
240CameyCrooked nose.
241CamlinBattered line
242CamrenCrooked stream
243CamrynBent Nose
244CamyVariant of Camey: Champion.
245CaoilfhinnnSlender and comely.
246Caoilfhionnpulchritudinous
247CaoimheLovely and charming.
248CaoimhghinNoble
249CaoimhinHandsome beloved
250CapriItalian Island
251CarFighter.
252CarganLittle Rock
253Carinclean or pure
254Carleena non-noble freeman
255CarlenDescendant Of Charles
256CarlinDude, man, man free
257CarmanMasculinity
258Carriganspear
259CarrolMasculinity
260CarwynVariant of Caerwyn: White fortress.
261CaryStream. Cary became a popular masculine first name in mid-2Oth century because of actor Cary Grant, whose real name was Archibald Leach.
262Casstreasurer
263CassadyVariant of Cassidy: Intelligent; from Caiside; curly-headed.
264Cassiancurls
265CassidyIntelligent; from Caiside; curly-headed.
266CassivellaunusFrom Arthurian legend.
267CatelynPure
268CathalStrong in battle.
269Cathancombatant
270Catharineclean or pure
271Cathleenclean or pure
272CatleePure
273CatlinPure
274CatlynPure
275CavanGood-looking; handsome; from Cavan.
276CavanaFrom Cavan.
277CayceVariant of Casey: Observant; alert; vigorous.
278CaydenceRhythmic
279Caylanvictorious people
280CayleenSlender Person Or Pure
281CayleySlender. Variant of Caley or Cailley: (French) 'from the forest.
282CeallachBrilliant hair
283CeanaGod is gracious
284CeceHead of hair
285CeceliaGhost
286CecilyGhost
287CeinAncient
288Ceiresaint
289Celsuslong
290CeridwenFrom 'cerdd' meaning poetry and 'gwen' meaning fair or white. Famous bearer: Ceridwen, the Welsh goddess of poetic inspiration.
291Chaélaas god
292Chaelias god
293Chaya non-noble freeman
294ChevonneGod is gracious
295CheyneFrom The Oak Grove
296CianAncient
297CiaraDark
298CiaranBlack-haired.
299CiardhaVariant of Ciaran: Black-haired.
300CiarraiCounty. Variant of Ciaran: Black-haired.
301CibilVariant of Sibyl; In Greek mythology a name for prophetess or fortune-teller.
302CillanVariant of Ceallach: War; strife.
303Cillianwar
304CinneidighVariant of Cinneidid: Helmeted; helmed head.
305CionaodhChild of Fire
306ClancyThe red-haired soldier's son; ruddy warrior.
307Clearylearned, clerk or scholar
308CledwynRough; blessed.
309CleonieFrom the Greek Cleone: daughter of a river god.
310ClidhnaOf Unknown Meaning
311CliodhnaShapely
312ClodaghFrom the name of an Irish river, Clodagh is used occasionally as a first name in Ireland.
313CoachuhharHigh desire.
314CoeDiminutive of Cowan: Valley in a hill; twin.
315ColemanDove/Charcoal Burner
316ColleenFrom an Irish word for girl. Famous bearer: Australian novelist Colleen McCullough.
317CollynVictory
318ColumbaPigeon
319ComanBent.
320ComgalPromised cooperation
321ComganPromised cooperation
322ConalHigh and mighty.
323ConallStrong in battle High; mighty.
324ConanHigh, wise. Introduced into Britain after the Norman Conquest. Famous bearers: Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, creator of the detective Sherlock Holmes; a number of counts and dukes of Brittany bore the name Conan.
325ConaryAn ancient Irish name whos meaning is lost in antiquety.
326ConceptaRefers to the Immaculate Conception.
327ConchobarMythical hero.
328ConchobaraLover
329ConchobarraLover
330ConchobharStrong dog; strong willed or wise.
331ConcobharVariant of Conchobhar: Strong dog; strong willed or wise.
332CongalieConstant.
333ConleyStrong willed or wise. Also a diminutive of Conlan: Hero.
334ConleyconlethPassionate wise
335ConnellVariant of Conall: High and mighty.
336ConnerLover
337ConneryUnknown
338ConnlaMythical son of Conn.
339ConnollyBrave or wise.
340ConnorStrong willed or wise 'Hound-lover.' Also from the Irish 'Coachuhhar', meaning high desire. Famous bearers: In Irish mythology Connor was an early king of Ulster.; 20th century Irish diplomat Conor Cruise O'Brien.
341ConnyStrong willed or wise. Also a diminutive of Conlan: Hero.
342ConorLover
343ConroyDetachment Of Troops
344CooneyHandsome.
345CorcoranCork; reddish skin. Surname.
346Coreenvirgin
347CorlanSpear-bearer.
348CormacCharioteer. Famous bearer, a legendary third century Irish king.
349CormackVariant of Cormac 'raven's son.'.
350CormickCharioteer. Variant of Cormac 'raven's son.'.
351CorneyDiminutive of Cornelius: Strong willed or wise. Cornelius is sometimes used as a translation of the name Conchubhar meaning High Desire.
352Corrivirgin
353CosgroveTriumphant.
354CostelloSurname
355CowanDwells by the hillside hollow.
356Cowenthe twins
357CrowleyHunch backed.
358CruadhlaoichHunch backed.
359CuchulainMythical Hound of Ulster.
360CuchulainnMythical dog Culann
361CullenHandsome; good-looking lad.
362CulumPigeon
363Currya marsh or an herb
364CuylerVictory of the people
365CyleNarrow, straight
366DaegBlack-haired.
367DagenBlack-haired.
368Daireancient irish
369DairineFertile, fruitful
370DaithiBeloved or quick and agile.
371DalachAssemblyman
372DalanVariant of Dallin 'blind.'.
373DallenVariant of Dallin 'blind.'.
374DalonVariant of Dallin 'blind.'.
375DamanDemon.
376DamhlaicUnknown
377DamonOn
378DarayDark
379DarbyFree from envy. A derivitive of Diarmait. Darby and Joan were a devoted elderly married couple originally depicted in a poem or ballad of the 18th century.
380DarceDiminutive of Darcy: Dark one.
381DareenWise. Feminine form from the male Dara, a biblical descendant of Judah known for his wisdom.
382DarianTo maintain
383DaricStrong; oak-hearted. See also Derek.
384DarickRuler
385Darraghfruitful
386DarrickStrong; oak-hearted. See also Derek.
387DarrieRed-haired.
388DarrinVariant of Darren: Great.
389Darrionfrom the name darren
390Darryabundant
391DarsyVariant of Darcy: Dark one.
392Daryabundant
393Darynlarge
394Davanfemale form of david
395DavieDiminutive of David: Cherished; beloved.
396DeaclanVariant of Declan: Famous bearer: 6th century Irish St. Declan.
397DeaglanName of a saint.
398DeclanFamous bearer: 6th century Irish St. Declan.
399DedreSorrowful.
400Deidrashapely, clean
401Deidreshapely, clean
402DelaineFrom the elder tree grove.
403DelainyVariant of Delaney: Competitor's child; from the river Slaney.
404DelaneyCompetitor's child; from the river Slaney.
405Delaniechallenger
406DelanoFrom the elder tree grove.
407DelanyVariant of Delaney: Competitor's child; from the river Slaney.
408DelythDerived from the Welsh words for neat and pretty.
409DempseyFrom the judge's meadow.
410DerbyDeer Park, from the surname and place name Derby. Also 'Without envy.'.
411DermotFree from envy. From Diarmait or Diarmuid. Famous bearer: 12th century Irish king Dermot MacMurrough.
412DerrieVariant of Derry: Red-haired.
413DerryDiminutive of Derek: Gifted ruler. People ruler. Variant of the Old German Theodoric. Famous bearer: Derrick was a 17th century hangman at Tyhurn, whose name became synonymous with gallows and now refers to a type of crane..
414DervalTrue desire.
415DesmondFrom South Munster. An Irish surname referring to Munster: (one of ancient Ireland's five regions.).
416DevAbbreviation of names beginning with Dev-.
417DevaneyDark-haired.
418Devaniedark-haired poet
419DevanyDark-haired.
420DeventBard.
421DevineOxen; bard.
422DevlenVariant of Devlin: Brave.
423DevlinFierce.
424DevlynBrave
425DevonyDark-haired.
426Dewigoddess
427DezmondFrom South Munster. An Irish surname referring to Munster: (one of ancient Ireland's five regions.).
428DiarmuidFree from envy.
429DierdreSorrowful.
430DillanVariant of Dylan: Ocean's son.
431Dillionfaith
432DillonLike a son. From an Irish surname derived from the Old German first name Dillo. Also used as a variant spelling of Dylan, meaning 'Like a lion.'.
433Dilonfaith
434DilysReally
435DivaDivine one.
436DohertyWicked.
437DolanBlack-haired.
438DonahueDark warrior.
439DonaldaFeminine form of Donald: From the Gaelic Domhnall, meaning world mighty. Famous bearer: Walt Disney's cartoon character Donald Duck.
440DoniaDark - skinned.
441DonnanBrown.
442DonnellyMan with dark skin.
443DonovanBrown-haired chieftain. From an Irish surname meaning dark brown.
444DoranStranger or exile.Variant of Dorran.
445DoreenA variant of Doirean, derived from a Celtic word meaning sullen.
446DorrelVariant of Dorran 'stranger.'.
447DoyDark stranger.
448DoyleDark-haired stranger
449DriscolInterpreter.
450DuanaFeminine of Duane. Dark.
451DuaneDark
452DubhanShadowy
453DuffyVariant of Duff: Dark-skinned.
454DuganDark skinned.
455DugganDark
456DunhamDark skinned fighter.
457DuvessaDark beauty.
458DwainDark. Many Irish and Scottish names have the meaning 'dark' or 'black.'.
459DwaineDark
460DwaneDark
461DyanaDivine
462Dylenworship niger
463DymphnaFrom the Irish name Damhnait
464Dympnawoman of distinction
465EaganFiery; forceful.
466Eames'Prosperous protector.' Variant of Edmund.
467EamonProsperous
468EamonnVariant of Edmond: Prosperous protector. A French variant of the Old English name Eadmund, meaning rich or happy, and protection.
469EanGod is with us
470Eannabird
471EarcRed.
472EarlNobleman. Based on the English title of Earl. Famous bearer: jazz pianist Earl 'Fatha' Hines;.
473Easonprotector, great one
474EavanHonest
475Edandelight
476Eghanfiery
477EibhirMythical name
478Eiladerived from evelyn
479Eileentorch, the radiant
480Eileenederived from evelyn
481Eilenederived from evelyn
482EilisGod has sworn
483Eilylighting
484EimarSwift.
485EiraSnow.
486EireannIreland
487Eireenpeace
488EirianSplendid, Bright
489EirinnIreland
490EithnaFeminine form of Aidan: fire.
491EithneArdent, graceful. Variant of Eshne: Little fire, from Irish Gaelic.
492Elerithe name of a river
493ElganClear circle
494ElidorMythical monk.
495ElishOf Noble Kin
496ElshaNoble
497Elvinfriend
498EmerFast
499Endabird
500Eneaspraise
501EnnisDescendant Of Angus
502EnosMan. The Old Testament Enos was a grandson of Adam and Eve.
503Enyfiery
504EnyaInner
505ErieFrom Ireland.
506Erieannaprincess of the gods
507ErinAn ancient and poetic name for Ireland. Famous bearer: Erin from the American television series 'The Waltons'.
508ErinaPoetic name for Ireland.
509ErnanWise one.
510Errinfrom the name erin
511EshneLittle fire, frem Irish Gaelic.
512EtainSparkling.
513EthnaGraceful.
514EthneFire
515EtnaInner
516EtneyFeminine form of Aidan: fire.
517EustonHeart
518EveleenDiminutive of Eve: Life, living, lively. Famous bearer: the Old Testament mother of the human race who tasted the forbidden fruit, precipitating the Fall of Man.
519EwenVariant of Eoghan: God's gift. From a Gaelic word for youth. Also a variant of Eugene.
520Faberbean
521Faelenwolf
522FaginVariant of Fagan: Eager child.
523FalineIn charge.
524FallonLeader
525FalonLeader
526FaolanLittle wolf.
527FarallVariant of Farrell: Brave man.
528FarillVariant of Farrell: Brave man.
529FarleyFrom the bull's pasture.
530FarrelBrave
531FarrellVictorious.
532FaylinnA Graceful Woman
533FearadhachManly; masculine.
534FelanSmall
535Feorassmooth rock
536FergalBrave man
537FewsUnknown
538Fiachrairish saint
539FianaVine
540FianaitDeer.
541FiannaLegendsry tale.
542FidelmaFaithful.
543FinbarrFair-haired
544FineganVariant of Finnegan: Fair.
545FinellaWhite shouldered.
546FinghinVariant of Fineen: Fair birth; handsome.
547FingulaMythical daughter of Lyr.
548FinianFair. Finians were warrior-followers of 3rd century legendary Irish hero Finn Mac Cumhail.
549FinleyFair
550Finnasecurity, courageous protector
551FinneganDescendant
552FinnianFair
553FinninFair birth; handsome. Beautiful child.
554Fintanbright fire
555FionanVariant of Finan: Blonde child.
556FionnaHonest
557FionnghualaFlower
558Fitzwilliamson of william
559FlaineVariant of Flannery: Red-haired.
560FlainnRed
561Flanfrom flannery
562FlannaRed haired.
563FlannanVariant of Flannery: Red-haired.
564FlanneryDescendant Of The Red Warrior
565FlinVariant of Flynn: Son of a red-haired man.
566FlinnSon of a red-haired man.
567Flurryin bloom
568FlynnSon of a red-haired man. Surname.
569FogartyExiled.
570FolantStrong.
571FoleyPlunders.
572FoyA
573FynnFair
574GadhraMastiff.
575Galefull of life, playful, confident, cheerful
576GallStranger.
577GallagherDescendant Of The Lover Of Foreigners
578GarbhanRough.
579GarretStrength
580GarvanRough.
581GarveyRough peace.
582Gaynorfruitful
583Genevièveshapely, clean
584GeraltFanner.
585GildeaGolden.
586GilleanA Scottish Gaelic name meaning St. John's servant.
587Giolla-Chriostserves christ
588GiollabrighdeServes Saint Bridget.
589GittaStrong.
590Gizanechrists incarnation
591GlaisneUnknown
592GlasnyUnknown
593GlenDerived from the Gaelic 'gleana', meaning valley. Used both as a surname and given name. Famous bearer: American singer Glen Campbell.
594GlendaDerived from a compound of words meaning holy and good. Famous bearer: British actress Glenda Jackson.
595GlennDerived from the Gaelic 'gleana', meaning valley. Used both as a surname and given name. Famous bearer: Canadian actor Glenn Ford.
596GlennaFeminine form of Glen or Glenn, derived from the Gaelic 'gleana', meaning valley, or from the glen.
597GlenysVariant of Glenda. Fair, good, holy.
598GlifieuMythical son of Taran.
599GlynisLittle valley. Famous bearer: British twentieth century actress Glynis Johns.
600Gofraidhliving under divine protection / peace
601GormGlittering
602GormanLittle blue eyed one.
603GradaStrong with the spear
604GradaighNoble
605GradyChild
606GrainneCharming. Love. Grianne was a Gaelic legendary heroine who eloped with Diarmuid.
607GraniaVariant of Grainne, meaning love.
608GraynaGrain
609GreerWatchful, Guardian
610GregDiminutive of Gregory, meaning 'on the watch'. Often used as an independent name.
611Griansun
612Gryffynmythological beast
613GualaShoulder
614GwalchmaiLittle hawk. It is from Arthurian legend.
615GwendolenHonestly. Blessed. White eyebrows. White circle
616GwynforFair lord or fair place.
617Gwyniththe blessed
618GwynnHandsome
619GwynneWhite
620Haganruler of the home
621HagenHawthorn hedge
622HarkenDark red
623HarringtonSurname
624HazelThe hazel tree;nut. A nut-bearing shrub; used since the 9th century, when flower and plant names became fashionable as first names.
625HeberAssociate or fellowship. Partner. Heber was a biblical ancestor of Abraham.
626Heddwynthe blessed
627HegartyUnjust.
628HeilynLegendary son of Gwynn.
629HennessySurname
630HigginsIntelligent.
631HodiernaUnknown
632HoganDescendant
633Hopkinfamous, bright fame
634HoytSpirit
635HurleyWood at the bend of the river
636HuwSpirit
637HywelEminent
638IannaYahweh is gracious
639IarlaithRoyal
640IberniaFrom Ireland.
641Ideefficacy
642Idelisaabundant
643IghneachanVariant of Eigneachan: Strong man.
644InisFrom the river island.
645InissFrom the river island.
646InnisFrom the river island.
647InysFrom the river island.
648Ioakimfrom the river island
649IonGod is gracious
650IonatanGift from God
651IoneFrom the king's island.
652Iorwetha handsome lord
653IrialUnknown
654IsleenRespelling Of Eileen
655IsleneVision.
656IsmeniaUnknown
657IsoldaBeautiful. Fair.
658ItaThirst. Thirsty.
659JanahGod is gracious
660JarlathTributary lord.
661JeanineGod is gracious
662JemaJewel
663JennyferWhite wave.
664JennyverWhite wave.
665KaelinVariant of Kay and Kayla, meaning: keeper of the keys; pure.
666Kahlan
667KaidenWarrior
668Kaiecombat
669Kailmighty one
670KailenIrish / Kelts name, warrior
671KaitleenModern phonetic form of the Irish name Caitlin from Catherine meaning pure.
672KaitlinWest-Brabant name
673KaitlynPure
674KaitlynnPure
675KaraDear
676Karmanlord of the castle
677KasieAlert. vigorous. Modern variant of Casey.
678KateClean and pure
679KatelinPure
680KatellPure
681KatelynPure
682KatelynnPure
683KatenPure
684KathieClean / pure
685KathrynClean and pure
686KatiePure
687KatyPure
688KavanHandsome.
689KavenHandsome.
690KayneIntelligent.
691Keaganson
692Kealanpulchritudinous
693Keallachwar
694KeanArchaic.
695KeanaFeminine of Keane meaning ancient.
696KeaneTall and handsome.
697KeannaAncient
698KearaDark
699KearneyDark
700KeeferBarrelmaker Variant of Cooper. Surname.
701Keeganson
702KeelanSlender; fair.
703KeeleyVariant of Kelly: War. Lively. Aggressive. An Irish surname that has only been used as a first name (either gender) in the latter half of the 20th century.
704KeelinSlender or comely.
705KeelySlender or comely.
706KeenanDescendant
707KeeranLittle Dark One
708KeiferBarrelmaker Variant of Cooper. Surname.
709Keiraruler
710KeiranLittle
711KeitaUnknown
712Keithafemale warrior
713KelanSlender.
714KelbyChild
715KelcyBrave
716Kellawarrior
717KellanDescendant Of The Brightheaded One
718Kellenpulchritudinous
719KelleyLively; aggressive.
720KellyanneLively; aggressive.
721KellynDescendant Of The Brightheaded One
722KelseyVictory
723KelsiBrave.
724KeltonFrom The Calf Farm
725KelvinRiver man. From Old English words 'ship' and 'friend'. Famous Bearer: British physicist Lord Kelvin (1824-1907).
726KelvynFrom the narrow river.
727KelwinFrom the narrow river.
728KelwynFrom the narrow river.
729KenadieUgly Head
730Kennedihelmeted chief
731KennellySurname
732Kennochadelicious
733Kenrichchief hero, royal ruler
734Kepastone
735KeraPure
736Kericountry
737KerianaDusky; dark.
738KeriannDusky; dark.
739KerianneDusky; dark.
740KerilynDusky; dark.
741KermitDescendant Of Diarmuid
742KermodeSon of Diarmaid.
743KerraDusky; dark.
744Kerricountry
745KerriganDusky; dark. A surname.
746KerryBlack
747KerwinLittle dark one. Small black one.
748KerwynLittle dark one. Small black one.
749KevanHandsome child. Variant of Kevin.
750KevenHandsome child. Variant of Kevin.
751KevinKevin is a male name of Gealic/Irish origin. On of the earliest people who carried the name was Saint Kevin, although it is not a biblical name.Kevin in Irish is: Caoimhghín. Caoimhghín comes from the Irish caomh which means: "kind, honest, handsome".
752KevinaBeautiful child. Feminine of Kevin.
753KevineBeautiful
754KevinnHandsome child. Variant of Kevin.
755KevisHandsome child. Variant of Kevin.
756KevynHandsome child. Variant of Kevin.
757Keynaa jewel
758Keythafrom the battlefield
759KiahnaAncient
760KianAncient
761KianaVariant of Kian. Ancient.
762KiandriaAncient
763KianiAncient
764KiannaVariant of Kian. Ancient.
765KiaraClear;
766KiaunaAncient
767KieferBarrelmaker Variant of Cooper. Surname.
768KienanAncient
769KierStrife, war
770KieraDark
771KieranLittle
772KieronLittle
773KildareFrom county Kildare.
774KileyA place-name referring to the narrows; a wood or a church.
775KillianStrife or battle Small; fierce.
776KinleyFair Haired Viking
777KinsaleUnknown
778KinsellaSurname
779KioniAncient
780Kiraruler
781KirraAustralian Place Name
782Kollinof the name collin, virile
783Kristenanointed
784KyeA place-name referring to the narrows; a wood or a church.
785KylanA place-name referring to the narrows; a wood or a church.
786Kylarnarrow (le passage)
787Kylenarrow (le passage)
788Kylenenarrow (le passage)
789KylerA place-name referring to the narrows; a wood or a church.
790KylieFeminine of Kyle.
791KynaIntelligent.
792KyranLittle
793KyrellA place-name referring to the narrows; a wood or a church.
794KyreneFrom Cyrene In Libya
795LaceDerived from Lacey which is a French Nobleman's surname brought to British Isles after Norman conquest.
796LaetitiaJoy
797LanaRock
798LanniAttractive
799LanyServant
800LaoghaireShepherd.
801Laoisefamous battle
802LavenaJoy
803LeachlainnServant
804LennonLittle cloak.
805LevaneThe elm tree.
806Liadangray lady
807Liamwith the will as strong as a helmet
808LilFlower
809Lilewater lily
810LochlannHome of the Norse.
811LomanFrom The Wood Land
812LorcanLittle fierce one.
813LoughlinServant
814LugaidhFamous warrior.
815LughEnlightened
816LyamForm of William.
817LynchNavigator
818Mabhappiness
819MabinaNimble.
820MabonLegendary son of Modron.
821Mac AdhaimhSon of Adam.
822MackeySon of Aodh
823MacklinSon of Flann.
824MacklynSon of Flann.
825MaddenSmalldog Milos.
826Maeannauknown
827MaeganVariant of Margaret - pearl - based on the abbreviation Meg.
828MaeghanPearl, Daughter of the Sea, Child of Light, Pearl
829MaelisaServes Christ.
830MaeronCombination Of Mae And Ron
831MaeveJoy. The name of an early queen of Connaught.
832Magolarge
833MaherGenerous
834MahonBear Cub
835MahoneySurname
836MaibleLief
837MaighdlinIrish form of Madeleine: magnificent.
838MailiSea Of Bitterness
839Maillecoin
840Mairshapely clean
841Maireshapely clean
842Maireadornament
843Mairennthe embittered
844Mairinshapely, clean
845MaitiStrong battle maiden.
846MaitildaStrong battle maiden.
847MajellaName of a saint.
848MakenaAscend
849Makennason
850MaliseServant
851Malloydescendant of the devotee of Saint Aodh
852MaloneServes Saint John. Surname.
853Malvernthe bare hill
854MalvinPolished chief.
855ManachMonk
856Manelarge
857MannixLittle
858Manuslarge
859MaolaHandmaiden.
860MaoliHandmaiden.
861MarellaShining sea. Variant of Muriel.
862MarmadukeServant of Madoc (fortunate).
863Maudmighty in battle
864MaureenVariant of Mary: Wished-for child; rebellion; bitter.
865MaurineDark skinned.
866Mauryathe embittered
867MaveIntoxicating
868MavelleSongbud.
869MavieSongbud.
870MccoySurname
871McdonaldSon of Domnhal
872MckaylaThat
873Mckennason
874MckinleySon of the white warrior
875MckinzeyHandsome
876Meaganornament
877Meaghanornament
878MearaDescendant Of The Mirthful One
879MedbA mythical queen.
880MegPearl
881MeganOne who is strong and mighty.
882Meganesoft and gentle
883Meghanornament
884Melfriend
885MelvaFeminine of Melvin.
886MelvinaVariant of Malvina: Smooth brow.
887Melvynshapely, clean
888MenwLegendary son of Teinkaedd.
889Merielclear
890MerlynSea
891MernaBeloved.
892MichaelaHebrew for "Who is like God"
893MinFast
894MinnieShall
895MirnaTender.
896MohamadPraised
897MoinaMild or tender.
898MolanServant of the storm.
899MolliFrom the Gaelic Maili which is a pet form of Mary, meaning bitter.
900MonchaOnly
901MooreDark skinned.
902MórMoor
903MoranTeacher
904MoreenDark skinned.
905Morellalarge
906MorganceDweller of the sea.
907Morganeshapely, clean
908MoriartyExpert seaman.
909MoroltName of legends
910MorriganA war goddess.
911MorrisseyChoice of the sea.
912MorvenLives by the sea.
913MorvynLives by the sea.
914MorynLives by the sea.
915MuadhNoble
916MuircheartaighExpert seaman.
917MuireannSea Of Bitterness
918MundyFrom Reamon.
919MurchadSea warrior
920MurielShining sea.
921MurphyDescendant Of Sea Warrior
922MurrayMasculinity
923MurryLives by the sea.
924MyfanwyMy fine, rare one.
925MyrnaVariant of Morna: Beloved.
926NaalName of a saint.
927NadlogBorn on Christmas
928NallyPoor.
929NareenContented.
930Naveenbeautiful, pleasant
931NealVariant of Neill: Champion.
932NealaChampion.
933NeasaMythical name
934NeilVariant of Neill: Champion.
935NestaPure
936NevanLittle Saint
937Nevinasaint
938NewlinDwells near the new pool.
939NiahmRadiant
940NiallanChampion.
941NiamhBright
942NieceChoice.
943NoirinProud
944NolanDescendent Of The Famous One
945NolandDescendent Of The Famous One
946NolenDescendent Of The Famous One
947NollaigChristmas
948NolwennPure, Fair One From Noyal
949NoreenVariant of Nora: light; honor.
950NualaVariant of Fenella: White shoulder. From Fionnghuala or Fionnuala.
951NulaWhite-shouldered
952NullanChampion
953NulteFrom Ulster.
954OdhranPale green.
955OhnicioHonor
956OilbheOlive.
957OilellA mythical queen.
958OmaThe color of olive.
959OneyUnknown
960OnoraHonor
961OonaghLamb
962OranPale green.
963OrlaGold Queen
964OrnaThe color olive
965OrraPlace Name
966OskarSpear of the gods
967OssianFawn.
968OveMythical daughter of Dearg.
969OwenYoung warrior. Also can be a variant of Eugene: Well-born.
970Owensyouth
971OwinYoung warrior.
972PaddyNoble
973PadraicPatrician; noble. Form of Patrick.
974PadraigAristocrat
975PadricPatrician; noble. Form of Patrick.
976PaisleyTeardrop-shaped
977PatrickPatrick is a given name for boys. It comes from a Latin name "Patricius" meaning "nobleman". It is popular because of Saint Patrick in Irish history, so there are more people who use the name in Ireland. There are variations of this name like Padraic, Pádraig, Pat, Rick, Ricky and Patricia.
978PedrWelsh form of Peter 'rock'.
979PegeenPearl
980PertFrom the thorn bush or thicket.
981Phialairish saint
982PiersonStone / unshakable rock, Reliable
983Pixiea fairy or sprite
984PowellSon of Howell.
985QuaidRuler of the army, Foreign, Military ruler
986Quigleymaternal side
987QuillanDescendant
988QuinlanShaped as a well. Counsel. Variant of Quinn.
989QuinsialynStrong, wise beauty
990QwinEight Ling
991Raferabundant
992Raffertyabundant
993RaghnailtAdvisor, Ruler
994RaonaidInnocent
995ReaganLittle king
996ReganLittle king.
997ReillyBrave
998Rennycompact strength
999RevelinPride, Rebellion
1000ReynoldsRuler's advisor
1001Rhiamonwitch
1002RhoswenFair, Blessed Rose
1003Rianshapely clean
1004Rianneshapely clean
1005RichaelName of a saint.
1006RiobardRoyal bard.
1007RionKingly.
1008RionaRoyal.
1009RoaneRed-haired; red.
1010RoarkFamous ruler.
1011RoganRed haired.
1012RohanRed-haired; red.
1013RoibinRobin.
1014RoisRose / bush
1015RonaVariant of Rhona: Scottish place name.
1016RonanLittle
1017RonatSeal.
1018Rooneyhero
1019RoriBrilliant
1020RoryRed. Sixteenth-century rebel chief Rory O'More is celebrated in Irish poetry.
1021RowanRed. Rowan tree (a type of ash tree). Famous Bearer: actor Rowan Atkinson.
1022RowenSmall red (boys name), Rowan (maiden)
1023RowenaIvanhoe
1024RowinSmall red (boys name), Rowan (maiden)
1025RoyanRed-haired; red.
1026RuaidriGreat, red king
1027RuarcFamous ruler.
1028RuarkFamous ruler.
1029RyKing
1030RyanKingly. Famous Bearer: American actor Ryan O'Neal.
1031RyannLittle
1032RyleeDescendant Of Roghallach
1033RyonKingly.
1034SadbhGood.
1035SamarieMountain, guarded by God
1036SamhaoirMythological name
1037Saoirsefreedom
1038SaraidBest
1039Saxenswordsman
1040ScanlonScandal.
1041ScullyTown crier.
1042SeachnsaighUnknown
1043SeaghdhaAdmirable
1044SeamusOccupier
1045SeanYahweh is gracious
1046SeanaGod Is Gracious
1047Seiriansparkling
1048Senanhero of the people
1049SeòrasEarth
1050SeumasHe grabbed the heel, He will protect
1051Shaelynndescendant of the fortunate one variant of shea
1052ShaiVariant of Shea: courteous.
1053ShainGod is with us
1054Shainepulchritudinous
1055Shalenyou will have to do the study and let me know
1056ShaneVariant of Sean: Irish variant of John: God is gracious; gift from God.
1057ShanleyAncient
1058ShannGod is with us
1059ShannenGod is with us
1060ShannonLittle old wise one. Surname and river name.
1061ShaughnessyUnknown
1062ShaunYahweh is gracious
1063ShaunaGod is with us
1064ShaundreGod is gracious
1065ShawnaGod is with us
1066ShayOccupier
1067ShayanMeritorious
1068ShayeOccupier
1069ShaylaCombination Of Shay And Layla
1070ShayleeOccupier
1071Shayleighfairy princess
1072Shaylonderived from shea courteous
1073ShayneGod is with us
1074Sheafairy place
1075SheamusOccupier, agent
1076SheedySurname
1077SheehanDescendent Of The Peaceful One
1078SheelaghVariant of Sheila: Irish variant of Celia: a Roman clan name.
1079SheelahGhost
1080SheilaIrish variant of Celia, from Celius, a Roman clan name. Also a form of Cecilia: blind.
1081Shelamusical
1082SheronPeace of God
1083ShevonGod is reconciling
1084Shielaheaven
1085SianyGood health.
1086SibealProphetess.
1087SierraDark. Feminine of Ciaran.
1088SikisName of a king
1089SileGhost
1090SineadGod is with us
1091SiobhanGod is generous
1092SiofraGod Peace
1093SkyeRefers to the Scottish Isle of Skye; a nature name referring to the sky.
1094SkylaThe
1095SlaineGood health.
1096SlanyGood health.
1097Sloanefighter
1098SorchaBrightness
1099StrahanPoet.
1100SullivanDark eyes. Surname.
1101SunFrom the town by the river Boyn.
1102SuzeLily, Lily
1103SweeneyLittle hero.
1104Tabangenius
1105TadhgMythical a prince of Munster.
1106TallySurname
1107TanguyFighter.
1108TarinBlend of Tara 'high hill' and Erin 'from Ireland. '.
1109Tarmonchurch land
1110TarynCreated Name
1111TawniA green field; the warm sandy color of a lion's coat.
1112Tecwynwhite, fair
1113Tegwenbeautiful and blessed
1114TerisSon of Terrence.
1115Tibbotthe brave among the people, by his courage conspicuous among the people
1116TierRegal.
1117TiernanLord
1118Tierneynoble, lordly
1119TighearnanLord
1120ToirdhealbhachAgricultural Worker
1121TrevinaCaution
1122TullyFrom The Little Hill
1123TyrellDerivative of the Scandinavian god of battle 'Tyr.' Tuesday was named for Tyr.
1124UaidRuler of the army, Foreign, Military ruler
1125UaineUnknown
1126UliciaFeminine form of Ulik.
1127Ullabear
1128UltanUlsterman
1129UnyTogether.
1130Urienhave privileged birth, or born in the town
1131VanoraWhite wave.
1132VarneyFrom the alder grove.
1133VevinaSweet lady.
1134Wenlockfrom the holy monastery
1135Whelanjoyful
1136Willemwith the will as strong as a helmet
1137WiseArdent or wise.
1138WynfordWhite stream; holy stream.
1139ZephanTreasured by God.

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