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    • Most popular Irish Gaelic girls names

      • Aoife.
      • Ciara.
      • Caoimhe.
      • Niamh.
      • Saoirse.
      • Molly.
      • Róisín.
      • Megan.
      • Clodagh.
      • Erin.
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  2. List of Irish-language given names - Wikipedia

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    Some Irish names have [apparent] equivalents in other languages but are not etymologically related. Áine (meaning "brightness" or "radiance") is accepted as Anna and Anne (Áine was the name of an Irish Celtic goddess). Some Irish given names may have no equivalent in English (being simply spelt phonetically in an Anglo-Roman way.) During the ...

    Irish-language name
    English-language equivalent
    Notes
    Anya
    Sometimes used as a Gaeilge equivalent of Anne or Anna, however it is etymologically unrelated. Meaning 'radiance, splendour, brilliance'
    Aisling Aislin Aislinn
    Ashlin, Ashling (Anglicizations)
    A modern name, adopted during the Irish revival of the 20th century. In some cases Ashlyn is an altered form of Ashling.
    Aodhamair
    Eymur, Emma (anglicizations)
    Feminine diminutive of Aodh, equivalent to the masculine Aodhán. Meaning 'Little Fire or Flame'
    Aodhnait
    Enat, Ena (anglicizations)
    Feminine diminutive of Aodh, equivalent to the masculine Aodhán. Meaning 'Little Fire or Flame'
  3. Traditional Irish Names in Gaelic - Name Nerds

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    Here is the master list of Irish names. These are the names of saints and names from history and myth. The approximate pronunciations are given, as names vary in dialects. It is also difficult to spell out some sounds in the Irish language into English, as certain sounds don't exist in English.

    name
    approx. pronounciation
    other forms*
    meaning
    Abbán (m)
    OB awn
    Abban, Abán
    little abbot
    Ádhamhnán (m)
    AH yum nawn
    Eunan
    the timorous one
    Aibhne (m)
    EV nyeh
    Eveny; Aveny
    meaning is unknown
    Ailbhe (m/f)
    AL vyeh
    Alvy; Ailbe
    Either from ail, "rock," albho, "white" or Gaulish albiorix "world king."
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  4. Gaelic names - GaelicMatters.com

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    Irish Gaelic names are not only still popular at home in Ireland, but are also particularly popular among the Irish diaspora abroad. Names are a great cultural identifier and, in an increasingly globalized world, when parents choose a name for their babies, they are making a small statement about how they see themselves and their family.

  5. 50 stunning Irish boys names and their meanings

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    • Conor. Usually translated as “lover of hounds.” It can also mean “high desire,” as derived from the Irish word “coachuhhar.” Conchobhar MacNessa was the king of Ulster; according to the legend, he was born on the same day as Christ.
    • Sean. Sean is the Irish cognate of the name John, and means “God is gracious.” It can also mean “wise, old.”
    • Oisin (uh-sheen or o-sheen) Meaning “little deer.” In Irish mythology, Oisin was a poet-hero, son of legendary warrior Fionn MacCool and the goddess Sive.
    • Patrick. Patrick is the Anglicized form of the Irish name Padraig, from the latin Patricius which means “nobly born.” The patron Saint of Ireland.
  6. Irish and Gaelic girls names for babies

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    From the CSO list of 100 most popular girls' names, I have excluded 'international' names such as Isabel, Amber, Layla and Zara and other universal names such as Clara, Daisy and Jennifer. However, over a quarter of the more popular Irish girls names are traditional Gaelic names or have a very strong Irish association.

  7. 261 Gaelic Baby Boy Names With Meanings | Momjunction

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    Gaelic names were once restricted to Ireland, but around third and sixth centuries, Irish groups moved to Cornwall, Scotland, and Wales, therefore, spreading the names in the British Isles. Traditional Gaelic names have a strong Irish association too. Find out our best list of Gaelic baby boy names along with meanings.

    NAMES
    MEANING
    GENDER
    Handsome; one who is like a stone; noble
    Boy
    A secon-born
    Boy
    One who is strong willed and has high desires for himself
    Boy
    One who performs dark challenges
    Boy
  8. Mar 01, 2017 · GILCHRIST: Irish/Gaelic name meaning “Christ’s servant.” GILIBEIRT: pledge GILLEAN: Gaelic name meaning “servant of Saint John.” Variants include Gillan, Gillen, and Gillian. Name is related to Gilchrist, Gillespie, and Gilmore. GILLESPIE: Gaelic name meaning “son of the bishop’s servant.”

  9. Notice how the names of the students reflect the tremendous growth of Gaelic names and Irish names in Ireland from 27 different ones in 1901 to over 180!. View all Irish Legends and Folklore Irish Baby Names The Central Statistics Office, Ireland .

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