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

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