March baby? 10 unique Irish baby names that are not too popular yet
March is nearly here!
March – and St. Patrick's Day – are only around the corner, and if you are expecting a little spring baby, why not opt for a gorgeous, home-grown Irish moniker?
Irish names have been a popular choice for parents for several years now, and many are currently riding high in the name charts.
However, if you are interested in finding a name that is not too popular yet, you do not need to settle. Just take a look at these 10 lovely names, suitably perfect for your little March baby:
This sweet girl's name is not too popular yet, and simply means 'olive.'
Pronounced Ay, this name is said to mean "fire".
Aithche is the Irish version of Alicia, and a really sweet choice.
This handsome moniker means "warrior".
The Anglicised version of this Irish name would be Flora – which we think makes for the perfect spring name.
Pronounced Ul-an, this name's meaning is "one who worships a different god".
The Gaelic version of Keelin, we love this very traditional name.
Simply described as meaning "holy" we love how unique this name is.
In English, this name would be Edwina, but we much prefer the Irish version, to be honest.
Again, a nature-inspired moniker perfect for spring; the name Taveon means "hillside".