Irish Boy Names

Abban

Irish name meaning little abbot

Abracham

Irish form of Abraham, meaning father of a multitude

Adhamh

Irish form of Adam, meaning earth

Aengus

Irish variant of Scottish/Gaelic Aonghus, meaning one/only choice

Aeryn

Variant of Irish unisex Erin, meaning peace

Aerynn

Variant of Irish Aeryn, meaning peace

Ahearn

Variant of Irish Ahern, meaning lord of horses

Aherin

Variant of Irish Ahern, meaning lord of horses

Ahern

Lord of horses Irish surname transferred to forename use, itself from the Gaelic surname Ó hEachthighearna descendant of Eachthighearna

Aherne

Variant of Irish Ahern, meaning lord of horses

Aibhilin

Variant of Irish unisex Aibhlin, meaning little bird

Aibhlin

Irish form of unisex Evelyn, meaning little bird

Ailbhe

AILBHE: Irish unisex name, possibly from Gaelic albho, meaning white In Irish legend, Ailbhe was the name of a female warrior of the Fianna.

Ailell

Variant of Irish/Gaelic Ailill, meaning elf

Ailfrid

Irish/Gaelic form of English Alfred, meaning elf counsel

Ailfryd

Variant of Irish/Gaelic Ailfrid, meaning elf counsel

Ailill

Irish/Gaelic myth name of the husband of queen Méabh, meaning elf

Ailin

Irish form of English/Scottish Alan, meaning handsome

Aindreas

Irish form of Andrew, meaning man; warrior

Aindrias

Variant of Irish Aindreas, meaning man; warrior

AindriÚ

Irish form of Andrew, meaning man; warrior

Ainle

Old Irish name meaning champion

Alaois

Irish form of Latin Aloysius, meaning famous warrior

Alastar

Irish form of Alexander, meaning defender of mankind

Alaster

Variant of Irish Alastar, meaning defender of mankind

Alistar

Variant of Irish Alastar, meaning defender of mankind

Alistir

Variant of Irish Alastar, meaning defender of mankind

Alsandair

Irish form of Alexander, meaning defender of mankind

Alsandare

Irish form of Alexander, meaning defender of mankind

Anrai

Irish/Gaelic form of English Henry, meaning home-ruler

Anraoi

Variant of Irish/Gaelic Anraí, meaning home-ruler

Antain

Variant of Irish/Gaelic Antaine, possibly meaning invaluable

Antaine

Irish/Gaelic form of Anthony, possibly meaning invaluable

Aodh

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

Aodhagan

Pet form of Irish/Scottish Gaelic Aodh, meaning fire

Aodhan

Irish/Scottish name, derived from Gaelic Áedán, meaning fire

Aodhfin

Irish name meaning white fire

Aodhfionn

Variant of Irish Aodhfin, meaning white fire

Ardal

Modern form of Old Irish Ardghal, meaning high valor

Ardghal

Old Irish name meaning high valor, derived from the elements ard high and gal valor

Íomhar

Variant of Scottish/Gaelic Ìomhair, meaning bowman

Óscar

Spanish form of Irish Oscar, meaning "deer-lover."

Bairre

Old form of Irish Barra, meaning fair-headed

Bairtlimead

Irish/Gaelic form of Bartholomew, meaning son of Talmai

Ballinamore

Irish name meaning from the great river

Ballinderry

Irish name meaning from the town of oak wood

Barra

Variant of Irish Bairre, a nickname for Fionnbarr, meaning fair-headed

Bartle

Nickname for Irish/Gaelic Bairtliméad, meaning son of Talmai

Bartley

Pet form of Irish/Gaelic Bairtliméad, meaning son of Talmai

Bearach

Irish name derived from the Gaelic word biorach, meaning sharp

Bearnard

Irish and Scottish Gaelic form of English Bernard, meaning bold as a bear

Berach

Variant of Irish Bearach, meaning sharp

Bile

Sacred tree Irish myth name sometimes associated with Belenus (shining) but they are two different characters from two different myths.

Bradan

Old Irish/Gaelic name meaning salmon

Brady

Large-chested Irish surname transferred to unisex forename use, from Gaelic Ó Brádaigh, meaning descendant of Brádach

Braidy

English variant of Irish unisex Brady, possibly meaning large-chested

Bran

Welsh myth name of a giant king of Britain who was killed attacking Ireland, meaning raven

Breanainn

Old Irish name of Celtic origin, meaning prince

Breandan

Modern Irish form of Latin Brendanus, meaning prince

Briartach

Variant of Irish/Gaelic Muiriartach, meaning mariner, seaman

Broderick

Dream Irish surname transferred to forename use, itself a form of Gaelic Ó Bruadair, meaning descendant of Bruadar

Brogan

Little shoe Irish surname transferred to unisex forename use, from Gaelic Ó Brógáin, meaning descendant of Brógán, a forename derived from a diminutive of bróg shoe

Byrne

Cadan

Variant of Irish Cathán, meaning little battle

Caden

Little battle Irish/Scottish surname transferred to forename use, itself an abbreviated form of Irish/Gaelic Mac Cadáin son of Cadán

Cael

Irish myth name of a warrior of the Fianna, derived from Gaelic caol, meaning slender This is the Irish form of English Kyle.

Caelan

Diminutive form of Irish Cael, meaning little slender one

Cahal

Variant of Irish/Gaelic Cathal, meaning battle ruler

Cahir

Variant of Irish/Gaelic Cathaoir, meaning warrior

Cairbre

Irish/Gaelic legend name of a king of Tara and an Ulster warrior, meaning charioteer

Calbhach

Irish/Gaelic name meaning bald

Callahan

Irish surname transferred to forename use, itself from the personal name, Ceallachan, possibly meaning little bright-headed one

Calvagh

Variant of Irish/Gaelic Calbhach, meaning bald

Carey

CAREY: Dark one Irish surname transferred to unisex forename use, itself from Ó Ciardha, meaning descendant of Ciardha

Carran

Little black one Derives ultimately from the Irish surname Mac Ciarain, meaning son of Ciaran

Casey

Vigilant, wakeful Irish surname transferred to unisex forename use, itself from Gaelic Ó Cathasaigh, meaning descendant of Cathasach

Cathair

Variant of Irish/Gaelic Cathaoir, meaning warrior

Cathal

Battle ruler Irish/Gaelic name composed of the elements cath battle and val rule

Cathaldus

Variant of Irish/Gaelic Cathal, meaning battle ruler

Cathan

Little battle Irish name composed of the Gaelic element cath battle and a diminutive suffix.
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