What does Conall mean?
Also possibly from a Gaelic phrase meaning "high and mighty". The name was borne by many early chieftains and warriors of Ireland. One of them was the Ulster hero Conall Cearnach, one of the two sons of Niall of the Nine Hostages (the other was Eoghan).
How popular is Conall?
Conall is an uncommon given name for males. Conall is a rare surname too for all people. (2000 U.S. Census)
Below is a charted analysis of the history of the boy name Conall and associated names. Prominent variation forms of Conall (outside Top 1000) rated in the Top 1000 are Eoghan and Niall. These names are not commonly used for boys. (2014 U.S. SSA Records)
Thinking of names?
Suggested similar baby names are Abdall, Cabell, Cael▼, Carl▼, Caroll, Caryll, Chevall, Codell, Cokely, Colan, Colas, Cole▲, Coll, Colla, Colm, Comillo, Conan, Conant, Coney, Conley, Conlin, Conner▲, Conor▲, Consuel, Cordale, Cornall, Cornel, Cornell▼, Coryell, Council, Covell, Cowal, Cowan, Coyan, Coyle, Darnall, Donal▼, Donald▼, Donell, Donnell▼, Dontell, Duvall, Fingall, Gall, Howell▼, Jamall, Jemall, Joell, Jomall, Jontell, Jorell, Kendall▼, Knoll, Lionell, Lonell, Lornell, Lovell, Lowell▼, Loyall, Lyall, Lyndall, Noll, Odall, Peall, Poll, Raonull, Rendall, Ronal, Ronald▼, Ronell, Ronnell, Rowell, Royall, Sewall and Wendall. These names tend to be more commonly used than Conall.