10 Irish Baby Boy Names And What They Really Mean
Not so long ago, we rounded up 10 Irish girls names and their alleged meanings. Now, we turn our attention to the boys.
From Connor to Finn, we're sure you'll find a name and a definition that you would like for your bundle of joy.
In all honesty, we can't decide on just one!
A popular name among parents today, this moniker means strong willed. In other words, you’ll have a determined tot on your hands.
This one can also be spelled Aedan or Aodhan and is defined as “born of fire.” We’d say there’ll never be a dull day with this one around.
You could have a saver or a brave little man with this name as it apparently means “wealthy protector.”
We adore this name which is said to mean “fair.” (Unfortunately we can’t tell you if that refers to appearance or demeanour.)
Another popular choice, Cillian is believed to mean strife or fierce and excuse us for the terrible pun but we think it's a fierce name.
Stemming from “William”, this one is said to mean “Guardian” or “Warrior.” We love it... mainly because we love Liam Neeson.
When he grows up and starts making friends, you might not see him very much considering that his name allegedly means "without enemies".
This moniker is derived from the Latin Patricius which means “nobly born”. You're guaranteed that he'll turn out to be a gentleman!
This dear name means "little deer" and remains to be a popular choice among parents in Ireland. We also like the idea of shortening it to "Óis".
You could have a "little fierce one" on your hands if you opt for this traditional moniker but hey, there's nothing wrong with having a little bit of fight!