Would you like to dispense your babe boy a dub ruminative of your Irish roots? In this article, I've listed some of the peak fashionable names for a boy in Ireland, reported to the Central Statistics Office of Ireland. For respectively label coming into court below, I have fixed the Gaelic spelling, the name's meaning, and, once applicable, the Anglo-Saxon interpretation of the term.
Adhamh - Gaelic for Adam; "red earth, ruddy"
Aidan - "the elfin torrid one"
Ailín - Gaelic for Alan, Allen; "noble"
Aindréas - Gaelic for Andrew; "manly, valiant, courageous"
Áron - Gaelic for Aaron; "shining light, messenger"
Breandan - Gaelic for Brendan; "prince"
Caoimhín - Gaelic for Kevin; "handsome"
Concobhar - Gaelic for Conor/Connor; "a compelling will"
Cormac - "lad of the chariot"
Dainéal - Gaelic for Daniel; "oak"
Dáivi - Gaelic for David; "beloved one"
Darragh - "small grave one, riches"
Declan - designation of a 5th century bishop
Dermot - "free of envy"
Donovan - "dark warrior"
Dylan - "sea god, son of the waves"
Fionn - "white, fair"
Liam - Gaelic for William; "determined guardian"
Micheál - Gaelic for Michael; "who is like-minded God"
Pádraig - Gaelic for Patrick; "noble, well-born"
Roibeárd - Gaelic for Robert; "bright, famous"
Ruairí - Gaelic for Rory; "the red king"
Séamus - Gaelic for James; "the supplanter"
Seán - Gaelic for John; "God is gracious"
Steafán - Gaelic for Stephen; "crown"
These are honourable a few of the many a Irish defamation that would be due for a little one boy. If you did not find anything you similar here, location are many websites that contribute a more well-known inventory.