Baby Names of Gaelic Origin for Boys
Adam - ArlenPage 1/26 of 504 Gaelic names.
Adam▲ 1 .. .. a seventh century Irish abbot of .. Listed in Top 1000.
Aden▲ 2 .. "Fire." Listed in Top 1000. Variant of Aodh ..
Aed 3 .. form of the Irish name Aodh. Not in popularity charts. See also Aadi.
Aengus 4 .. Irish Gaelic form of Angus. Not in popularity charts. See also Anngus.
Aidan▲ 5 .. "Fire." Popular, and Aidan, Edan, etc. are comparable to common -dan surname Zidan (top 78%). .. of the ancient Gaelic name Aedan ..
Aimon 6 .. .. variant of the Irish Eamon, which .. Scarce as a children's name, but Aimon is comparable to the more conventional Simon. See also Ayman.
Alasdair 8 .. Scottish Gaelic form of Alexander, often .. Aialasdair, Alasdairai and Alsdair are kreatif variations.
Alistair 9 .. .. of Alasdair, the Gaelic form of .. Unique. Alistair is not listed in the US Demographics. See also Alaisdair.
Allen 10 .. "Precious." Widely used, with usage of 0.3043% for Allen and variants as birth names in 2014, though lower than 0.332% a year ago. Variant of Alan ..
Alpin 11 .. "Fair." Unusual as baby names, but Alpin, Macalpin, etc. are comparable to the more common Alvin. From Albinus (Latin) "white" via Ailpein.
Alva 12 .. "White." Outside Top 1000. Also related to Latin Albin ..
Aneirin 13 .. Possibly (Irish, Gaelic) "noble, modest". Originally .. Aneirin is not frequently used as a boys' name.
Aneislis 14 .. "Careful, thoughtful." Uncommon, with the androgynous-sounding -is suffix for Aneislis like Aristotelis. Anéislis has been used since ..
Aodh 16 .. "Fire." Rather unusual as a boys' name. .. of the Old Gaelic name Aed ..
Aonghas 17 .. Modern Scottish Gaelic form and source .. Rather unusual as a children's name.
Archibald 18 .. .. the English version of Gaelic Gilleasbaig .. Somewhat unfamiliar as a boys' name, Archibald is found more frequently as a surname.
Ardal 19 .. "High or bear-like valor." Uncommon, with the -al suffix for Ardal, Ardghal like Avital.
Arlen 20 .. "Pledge, oath." Arland and variants rose in popularity during 1930-1939 and are now less popular, with Arlen becoming less trendy.
Summary of names (grouped by variations) for Gaelic names for boys.Adam - Arlen
Adam▲, Aden▲, Aed, Aengus, Aidan▲ [Edan], Aimon, Alan▲ [Allen], Alasdair, Alistair, Allen, Alpin, Alva, Aneirin, Aneislis, Angus [Ennis], Aodh, Aonghas, Archibald, Ardal, ArlenArt - Bly
Art, Artair, Arthur [Artair], Athol, Avon, Bainbridge, Baird [Bard], Balfour, Banning, Bannock, Bard [Baird], Barry, Beagan, Bearach, Beattie, Beirne, Ben, Blain, Blair, BlyBowie - Caird
Bowie, Boyd, Boyne, Boynton, Braden▲, Brady▲, Bram, Brannon, Breck, Breed, Brendan▲ [Brennan▲], Brennan▲, Brian▲, Brody▲, Brogan, Buchanan, Bud, Caelan [Caley], Cailean, CairdCairn - Casey
Cairn, Cal, Cale▼, Caley, Calhoun, Callan▲ [Cailean], Calum [Colum], Camden▲, Cameron▲ [Kameron▲], Campbell, Canice, Caolan [Caelan], Carlin, Carlow, Carmichael, Carney [Kearney], Carollan [Carlin], Carrick, Cary, Casey▼ [Kasey]Cassidy - Colman
Cassidy, Cathal [Cal], Cathan, Catlin, Cavan [Kavan], Cavanagh [Kavanagh], Ceallach, Christie, Cian [Keane], Ciaran [Kieran▲], Cillian, Clancy, Cleary, Cluny, Cody▲ [Kody], Coleman, Colin▲ [Cailean], Coll, Collins, Colman [Coleman]Colum - Cowal
Colum, Comhghall, Conall [Conn], Conan [Conn], Conlan [Conley], Conley, Conn, Connor▲ [Conn], Conroy, Constantine, Conway, Corcoran [Cork], Cormac [Cormick], Cormick [Cormac], Cork, Cornwallis, Corridon, Corwin, Cosgrove, CowalCowan - Darin
Cowan, Coyle, Craig▼, Creed, Cullen▲, Culley, Cunningham, Curragh, Curran, Dacey, Dargan, Dahy, Dailey [Daly], Dallan, Dallas, Daly, Dalziel, Darby, Darcy, DarinDarrah - Donald
Darrah, Darren▲ [Darin], Darroch, Declan▲, Delaney, Delvin, Dempsey, Dermot [Diarmid], Derry, Desmond▲, Devin▲, Devine, Devlin [Delvin], Diarmid, Dillon▲, Doherty, Dolan, Don, Donahue, Donald [Donnell]Donnell - Dwayne
Donnell, Donovan▲, Dooley, Doran [Dorran], Dorran [Doran], Douglas, Dow, Doyle, Duane [Dwayne▼], Duff, Dugan, Dunbar, Duncan [Dunn], Dundee, Dunham, Dunlop, Dunmore, Dunn, Duryea, Dwayne▼ [Duane]Dwyer - Eoghan
Dwyer, Eachann, Eamon [Aimon], Early, Earvin, Edan, Egan, Egor, Eibhear [Heber], Eion, Elgin, Ellair, Elvis, Elwyn, Emlyn, Emmet, Emmons, Enda, Ennis, EoghanEoin - Farren
Eoin, Erhard, Erin, Ernan, Erskine, Ervin, Euan [Ewan], Eugene, Eunan, Evander, Ewan [Euan], Fachtna, Fagan, Faolan [Phelan], Faramond, Farley, Faron [Farren], Farquhar, Farrell, FarrenFay - Flannery
Fay, Fechin, Felim, Fergal, Fergus, Ferris, Festus, Fiachra, Fife [Fyfe], Fillan [Faolan], Finbar [Barry], Fingal [Finn▲], Finlay [Finn▲], Finn▲, Finnian, Fintan, Finnegan▲, Flann [Flannery], Flannan, FlanneryFlynn - Gay
Flynn▲, Forbes, Fox, Fursey, Fyfe [Fife], Gael▲ [Gale], Gair, Galbraith, Gale [Gael▲], Gall, Gallagher, Galloway [Galway], Galvin, Galway, Gannon▲, Garret, Garron, Garvan, Garvey, GayGaynor - Glenville
Gaynor [Gay], Gilbride, Gilby, Gilchrist, Gill, Gillanders, Gillean, Gillecalum, Gillemartin, Gilleonain, Gillespie, Gillies, Gilman, Gilmore, Gilroy, Gilzean, Girvin, Glen [Glendon], Glendon, GlenvilleGobban - Innes
Gobban, Gordon, Gorman, Grady▲, Grant, Gregor, Grey, Guaire, Guthrie, Hagen, Haley, Hamish, Harkin, Heber, Hewney, Hogan, Houston, Hurley, Ian▲ [Eion], Innes [Ennis]Inver - Keith
Inver, Irving [Ervin], Ivor [Egor], Jarlath, Kaelan [Kellen▲], Kameron▲ [Cameron▲], Kane▲ [Keane], Kasey, Kavan [Cavan], Kavanagh [Cavanagh], Keane, Kearn [Kearney], Kearney, Keefe, Keegan▲, Keelan, Keeley, Keenan, Keir, Keith▲Kellagh - Kinnell
Kellagh, Kellen▲ [Keelan], Keller, Kelly, Kendrick▲, Kennedy, Kenneth, Kenyon, Keon, Kermit, Kern [Kearn], Kernaghan, Kerry, Kerwin, Kester, Kevin▲, Kieran▲ [Ciaran], Killian▲, Kinnard, KinnellKody - Lunn
Kody, Kyle▲, Kyrone, Lachlan, Laird, Larkin, Laughlin, Lawler, Leary, Leith, Lennox▲, Leslie, Liam▲, Livingston, Lleu, Logan▲, Loman, Lorcan, Lundy, LunnMac - Magee
Mac, Macadam, Macallister, Macardle, Macarthur, Macbride, Maccoy [Maccoy], Maccrea [Maccrea], Macdonald, Macdougal [Macdougal], Macfarlane, Macgowan [Macgowan], Machenry, Mackenzie, Mackinley, Macmahon [Macmahon], Macmurray, Macniel, Macy, MageeMaguire - Muir
Maguire, Makena, Malachi▲, Malcolm, Mannix, Marcus [Marcas], Marmaduke, Maurice, Mayo, Mc- [Mac], Mckenna, Mellen, Melvin, Mike, Mochan, Monahan, Monroe, Moore, Morven, MuirMunchin - Oisin
Munchin [Mannix], Mungo, Murdock, Muriel, Murphy, Murray, Nairn, Neal, Neil [Niles, ..], Nevan [Nevin], Nevin [Nevan], Niall, Niels, Nigel, Niles, Ninian, Nolan▲, O-, Odhran [Oran], OisinOran - Renny
Oran [Oren], Oren [Oran], Ormond, Oscar, Paddy, Paladio, Parnell, Parthalan, Patrick [Paddy], Phelan [Felim], Quade, Quigley, Quillan, Quinlan, Quinn▲ [Quinlan], Rafferty, Rankin, Regan, Reilly, RennyRiordan - Shanahan
Riordan, Roark [Rourke], Rogan, Rohan▲, Ronan▲, Rooney [Rowan▲], Rory▲, Roslin, Ross, Rourke, Rowan▲ [Rohan▲], Roy, Ryan▲, Scanlon, Seamus [Shamus], Sean▲ [Shawn▲], Selkirk, Shamus, Shan, ShanahanShane - Tad
Shane▲, Shanley, Shannon, Shavon, Shawn▲, Shea, Seaghdha [Shea], Sheehan, Sheridan, Sivney, Skelly, Slavin, Sloan, Somerley, Strahan, Struthers, Sullivan▲, Sweeney, Tabor, TadTadhg - Tyrone
Tadhg [Teague], Taggart, Tandie, Taran, Tavish, Teagan▼, Teague [Teagan▼], Thurl, Tiernan, Tighe, Tor, Torin, Torquil, Torrence [Torin], Tracy, Trey▲, Troy▲, Tully, Tynan, TyroneUlick - Wolfe
Ulick, Usher, Waterford, Wolfe