Irish baby names

baby irelandThe emerald island between the Irish and the Celtic seas and the North Channel has a strong historical background and millions of nostalgic descendants of a great tradition.

A tradition in sports, literature, music, language, not to mention beer. There is also a coffee, so special, that they named it after them. The famous and delicious Irish coffee.

Such is the great inspirational basis where you may easily find an excellent name for your baby boy or girl.

Irish names are famous throughout the western world. This is due to the great emigrational waves of the past.

It is estimated that 80 million people in the world claim some Irish descent.

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Irish arts and culture are also to blame for the fame of the Irish names.

Oscar Wilde, James Joyce, George Bernard Shaw, Samuel Beckett along with George Best, Kevin Moran, Liam Neeson, Colin Farrell and, of course, Bono, The Cranberries and Van Morrison are just a few of Ireland’s children who inspire people across the world.

You can find all sorts of first names in the Irish tradition, famous and half-forgotten. All of these monikers are interesting and most of them have an intriguing and substantial meaning.

Leprechauns and fairies from the medieval tales and St. Patrick‘s shamrock, are all sources of inspiration for both traditional and modern parents.

Old, romantic, familiar and folklore, Irish names will positively sprinkle some of the authenticity and particularity of this great land, to your baby boy or girl.

Irish baby boy names

Aiden

Brennan

Callum

Cian

Conor

Cormac

Darcy

Darragh

Desmond

Devlin

Doherty

Doyle

Finn

Jack

James

Killian

Liam

Mahon

Niall

Oisin

Patrick

Ronan

Rory

Ruairi

Seán

Shane

Sullivan

Tarmon

Teige

Trory

Irish baby girl names

Abiageal

Aislin

Aoife

Boann

Brenda

Brianna

Caitlin

Ciara

Caoimhe

Cayleen

Chevonne

Eimear

Erin

Enya

Fidelma

Fionnuala

Keira

Maire

Muriel

Myrna

Naomh

Nevina

Noreen

Roisin

Saoirse

Saraid

Sheila

Sile

Sinead

Tara

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