Irish baby names tend to be magical, timeless, and musical in nature. And a few of today’s trendiest Irish names are actually surnames. (Do Brady, Cullen, and Quinn ring a bell?) Other infamous Irish names: Sinead, Connor, and Arthur.
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Kevin is a modern-day classic. From the Wonder Years' Kevin Arnold, to six-degrees of Kevin Bacon, to teen heartthrob Kevin... Read More
Sean is the Irish version of the traditional John meaning "God is gracious." It's an incredible popular name in Ireland and... Read More
Irish names are hot hot hot right now and Connor is riding the wave. Connor hails from the Gaelic Conchobar and means "wolf... Read More
Oh Tiffany, you 80s princess, you. You used to be so fancy (much like the little blue box you symbolize) that even Donald... Read More
Molly, a pet form of the classic Mary, has been around since the Middle Ages and has been a consistently popular name in... Read More
Riley first became popular as a given name for boys but began establishing itself as a girl's name in 1990. The surname... Read More
Gaelic: Wisdom, intelligence; Quinn is derived from O''Cuinn, a Gaelic surname and is also a familiar form of Quincey and similar...
Irish: Old and wise; from the Shannon, the longest river and chief waterway of Ireland
Irish: Old and wise; from the Shannon, a river of Ireland
Irish: Variant of Sean, a popular Irish cognate of John
Irish: God has been gracious; feminine variant of Sean, a popular Irish cognate of John
Irish: Full of goodness; Saint Declan founded a monastery in Ardmore, County Waterford and is believed to have preached in Ireland...
Irish: Variant of Sean, a popular Irish cognate of John; Shane was a successful Western motion picture of the ''50s.
Irish: Forest; Originally a Scottish place name, Keith was also the surname of a long line of Scottish earls.
Irish: Fair; feminine form of Fionn
Greek: Familiar form of Acacia
Irish: Pure or innocent; variant of Catherine. Bing Crosby crooned the famous ballad, "I''ll Take You Home Again, Kathleen."
Anglo Saxon Origin
Irish: Little, fiery; Aidan is a modern English spelling of the early medieval Gaelic name Áedán.
Gaelic: Helmet-head or misshapen head
Irish: Little king
Irish: Little ruler
Irish: Descendant of the challenger; Delaney could also be derived from the Norman surname De l''aunaie meaning "from the alder...
Irish: From the hollow