21 Monastery names that mean monastery for boys, listing Monastery baby names 1-20. Barry, Benedict, Kelly and Kevin are popular names. Abbott, Aidan, Botolf, Buckminister, Cadfan, Calum, Ciaran, Cillian, Colum, Comhghall, Dunstan, Eloi, Fintan, Minster, Odilo and Odo are uncommon names. View Monastery baby names for name meanings, search Monastery names for girls, or search other baby names.
Abbott ... An abbot is the head of a religious community of monks living in a monastery ... 
Aidan ... Saint Aidan (Ireland, seventh century) established the monastery of Lindisfarne ... 
Barry ... Saint Bairre (seventh century) founded a monastery that became the city of Cork in Ireland ... 
Benedict ... whose rule of the great monastery at Monte Cassino in Italy is simple, restrained, and practical ... 
Botolf ... An obscure English saint in the seventh century who founded a monastery in England ... 
Buckminister ... "Monastery where deer dwell." ...
Cadfan ... Saint Cadfan from Brittany founded a monastery on Bardsey Island in the fifth century ...
Calum ... Saint Columba was an influential sixth-century Irish missionary who founded a monastery on the Scottish island of Iona ... 
Ciaran ... a hermit of the fifth century and the founder of the monastery. 
Cillian ... Also possibly "strife" or "monastery, church" ...
Colum ... who founded the monastery of Iona ... 
Comhghall ... including the sixth-century founder of the great monastery at Bangor ...
Dunstan ... Place name. Saint Dunstan (10th century) restored the monastery system in England after the devastating Viking raids of previous decades. 
Eloi ... Saint Eligius was a sixth century French metalworker and engraver of coins who later founded a monastery and a convent ... 
Fintan ... whose monastery existed at a remarkable level of austerity ...
Kelly ... possibly meaning "strife", "bright-headed", or "church, monastery" ... 
Kevin ... Saint Kevin (seventh century) founded a monastery that became famous as an educational center ... 
Minster ... Place name. Originally referred to a church belonging to a monastery.
Odilo ... Saint Odilo was an 11th-century monk and abbott of the influential monastery at Cluny who instituted the observation of All Souls' day on November 2 ... 
Odo ... Saint Odo was a ninth-century French saint who was abbott at the famous monastery of Cluny.
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