Celtic Boy Names

Abelio

ABELIO: Variant of Celtic Abellio, meaning green growing one

Abelionni

Variant of Celtic Abellio, meaning green growing one

Abellio

Celtic name of a god of apple trees, meaning green growing one

Agro

From a Celtic word meaning battle; slaughter

Alan

English/Scottish name of Celtic origin, meaning handsome

Alaunos

Variant of Celtic Alaunus, meaning shining one

Alaunus

Celtic myth name of a god of the sun, healing and prophecy, meaning shining one

Alban

English name, from Roman Latin family name Albanus, meaning from Alba, Alba itself meaning white and, possibly, mountain Alba is the Scottish and Irish Gaelic name for Scotland. It comes from the Celtic word Albion which was used to refer to the whole island of Great Britain.

Aodh

Myth name of a Celtic sun god. It is the Irish and Scottish Gaelic form of Áed, meaning fire

Aonghus

Scottish/Gaelic myth name of a god of youth and love, composed of Celtic elements meaning one/only choice

Arlen

Celtic name meaning pledge

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Arthmael

Stone prince Celtic name derived from the elements art stone and mael prince

Belenos

Variant of Celtic Belenus, meaning shining

Belenus

Shining Celtic myth name of a god of fire and healing. In the Roman period he was identified with Apollo.

Belinos

Variant of Celtic Belenus, meaning shining

Belinu

Variant of Celtic Belenus, meaning shining

Belinus

Variant of Celtic Belenus, meaning shining

Bellinus

Variant of Celtic Belenus, meaning shining

Belus

Variant of Celtic Belenus, meaning shining

Borvo

Heat A sobriquet for the Celtic sun god Belenus. As Belenus Borvo, he was shining heat

Breanainn

Old Irish name of Celtic origin, meaning prince

Brennus

Old Celtic name/title from which the Brythonic Celtic word brenin derived, meaning king

Cadeyrn

Battle-lord Celtic legend name of the second son of Vortigern, composed of the Welsh elements cad battle and teyrn lord, king

Caedmon

Celtic name of unknown origin, probably meaning battle place, from cad battle and man place, spot

Cathaoir

Warrior Irish/Gaelic name derived from the Gaelic word cathaoir warrior, itself from the old Celtic elements cath battle, fight and vir man

Catigern

Variant of Celtic Cadeyrn, meaning battle-lord

Catotigernos

Variant of Celtic Catutigernos, meaning battle-lord

Cattegirn

Variant of Celtic Cadeyrn, meaning battle-lord

Catutigernos

A form of Celtic Catigern, meaning battle lord

Cernunnos

Horned, antlered Celtic myth name of an antlered god of animals, fertility and the underworld, from Gaulish carnon/cernon, meaning horn, antler

Cocidius

Myth name of a Celtic hunter god, possibly meaning of the woods

Corann

Celtic myth name of a magical Druid, meaning crown

Cunobelinus

Hound of Belenus Celtic name of an ancient British king.

Cunotigernos

Old Celtic name meaning hound-like Lord

Dagda

The good god Celtic myth name of a god of knowledge and magic, and a leader of the Tuatha Dé Danann, supernatural beings who inhabited Ireland prior to the coming of the Celts.

Dei

From the Celtic word meaning to shine

Dumno

From the Celtic word meaning world

Eoghan

Old Celtic name possibly meaning born from the yew tree

Eoghann

Variant of Celtic Eoghan, meaning born from the yew tree

Esugenius

Celtic name derived from Latin Eugenius meaning well born

Eudeyrn

Variant of Celtic Cadeyrn, meaning battle-lord

Euguein

Celtic form of Eugene, meaning well born

Gahareet

Old Celtic legend name probably derived from Welsh Geraint, meaning old

Gareth

Welsh Arthurian legend name, possibly derived from Celtic Gahareet, meaning old

Grannus

Boiling A sobriquet for the Celtic sun god Belenus. As Belenus Grannus, he was boiling brilliance

Gwalchmai

May hawk Celtic myth name of a sun god, composed of the elements gwalch hawk and Mei May

Jodoc

Celtic name meaning lord

Kedehern

Variant of Celtic Cadeyrn, meaning battle-lord

Koun

From the Celtic word for hound

Kyndeyrn

Variant of Celtic Cadeyrn, meaning battle-lord

Leucetius

Gallo-Roman myth name of a god of thunder, meaning white light

Llwyd

Celtic nickname, from the word llwyd, meaning gray-haired

Lug

Celtic myth name of an ancient god who bore the epithet skilled in all arts, which has led some scholars to believe that Mercury was Lug. The name seems to have derived from the Proto-Celtic element lugios, meaning oath

Lugobelinos

Oath of Belenus Old Celtic name composed of the element lugios oath and the name of the Celtic god of fire.

Lugovalos

Celtic name meaning strong as Lug

Lugubelenus

Variant of Lugobelinos, meaning oath of Belenus

Lugus

Gaulish form of Irish Lugh, meaning oath

Mabon

Welsh myth name of a Celtic god, derived from the word mab, meaning son

Maponos

Celtic myth name of a god of youth and music, meaning divine son

Maponus

Variant of Celtic Maponos, meaning divine son

Morcant

Sea circle Old Celtic name, probably composed of the elements mor sea and cant circle

Nemausus

Name of the Celtic patron god of the city of Nimes, meaning from the source

Padraic

A Patrician, noble, Celtic version of Patrick,

Peredur

Old Celtic/Welsh Arthurian romance name of unknown meaning, mentioned in the Mabinogion, identified with a historical Brythonic king. It is the name on which the drastically altered French Percevel was based.

Piran

Proto-Celtic form of Irish Ciaran, meaning little black one

Prasutagus

Celtic name of a king of the Iceni and husband of Boudica.

Ruaidhri

Red king Irish/Gaelic name composed of the Celtic elements ruadh red and rí king

Taranis

Celtic myth name of a thunder god, meaning thunder

Teutorigos

Variant of Celtic Teutorix, meaning king of the tribe

Teutorix

Old Celtic name meaning king of the tribe

Tristan

Spanish form of Celtic Tristan.

Tristand

Variant of Celtic Tristan.

Tristen

Variant of Celtic Tristan.

Tristin

Variant of Celtic Tristan.

Triston

Variant of Celtic Tristan.

Trystan

Variant of Celtic Tristan.

Tuireann

Irish/Celtic myth name of the husband of Brighid, probably meaning thunderer

Uisnech

Celtic name for the Rasena Druids, meaning either waters of pure spirit, or seed of the pure

Urianus

Privileged birth Name of a legendary king of the Britons, probably a form of Celtic Urien, meaning privileged birth
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