Popular Gaelic names for girls and boys

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# Name Origin Meaning Gender
1 Abboid Gaelic Abbey father. M
2 Adair Gaelic From the oak tree ford. M

3 Adhamh Gaelic Gaelic form of Adam. M
4 Afkica Gaelic Pleasant. F
5 Africa Gaelic Pleasant. F
6 Aherin Gaelic Owns many horses. M
7 Ahern Gaelic Owns many horses. M
8 Aherne Gaelic Owns many horses. M
9 Aidan Gaelic Little fire, ardent. Aidan was popular in Ireland in the 7th century after the famous Irish monk Aidan, and was revived in the early 19th century. M
10 Aiden Gaelic Fiery. M
11 Aigneis Gaelic Gaelic forms of Agnes. F
12 Ailean Gaelic Handsome. M
13 Ailen Gaelic Handsome. M

14 Ailie Gaelic Diminutive of Ailis: The Scottish Gaelic form of Alice. F
15 Ailin Gaelic Handsome. M
16 Ailis Gaelic The Scottish Gaelic form of Alice. F
17 Aimil Gaelic Gaelic form of Amelia. F
18 Aindreas Gaelic Manly. M
19 Aingealag Gaelic Angel. F
20 Airdsgainne Gaelic From the height of the cliff. M
21 Airleas Gaelic Oath. F
22 Airleas Gaelic Pledge. M
23 Al Gaelic Diminutive of Alistair: A Scottish Gaelic variant of Alexander from the Greek meaning defender of man. M
24 Alai Gaelic Defender of man. M
25 Alain Gaelic Bright. F
26 Alana Gaelic This name of uncertain origin may be a feminine form of Man, or derived from the Irish Gaelic word for 'child'. F
27 Alanna Gaelic This name of uncertain origin may be a feminine form of Man, or derived from the Irish Gaelic word for 'child'. F
28 Alasdair Gaelic A Scottish Gaelic variant of Alexander from the Greek meaning defender of man. M
29 Alastair Gaelic Variant of Alexander defender of mankind. M
30 Alaster Gaelic Defender of man. M
31 Alayne Gaelic Bright. F
32 Alina Gaelic Bright. F
33 Alistair Gaelic A Scottish Gaelic variant of Alexander from the Greek meaning defender of man. M
34 Alistaire Gaelic Variant of Alexander defender of mankind. M
35 Alister Gaelic Variant of Alexander defender of mankind. M
36 Allene Gaelic Bright. F
37 Allie Gaelic Diminutive of Alistair: A Scottish Gaelic variant of Alexander from the Greek meaning defender of man. M
38 Allister Gaelic Defender of man. M
39 Ally Gaelic Diminutive of Alistair: A Scottish Gaelic variant of Alexander from the Greek meaning defender of man. M
40 Allyn Gaelic Bright. F
41 Alroy Gaelic Red haired. M
42 Amber Gaelic Fierce. F
43 Amhuinn Gaelic Lives at the alder tree river. F
44 Anabal Gaelic Joy. F
45 Angus Gaelic Superior strength. M
46 Annabel Gaelic Joy. F
47 Annabella Gaelic Joy. F
48 Annabelle Gaelic Joy. F
49 Aodh Gaelic Spirit. M
50 Aodhagan Gaelic Ardent. M
51 Aodhhan Gaelic Ardent. M
52 Aonghus Gaelic Superior strength. M
53 Apirka Gaelic Pleasant. F
54 Arlen Gaelic Pledge. M
55 Arregaithel Gaelic From the land of the Gaels. M
56 Art Gaelic Rock. M
57 Artur Gaelic Rock. M
58 Aselma Gaelic Fair. F
59 Athdar Gaelic From the oak tree ford. M
60 Athdara Gaelic From the oak tree ford. M
61 Bacstair Gaelic Baker. M
62 Bailefour Gaelic From the pasture land. M
63 Baillidh Gaelic Steward. M
64 Bain Gaelic Lives near the clear stream. M
65 Bainbridge Gaelic Lives by the bridge over the stream. M
66 Bainhrydge Gaelic Lives by the bridge over the stream. M
67 Baird Gaelic Poet. M
68 Balfor Gaelic Variant of Balfour: From the grazing land. M
69 Balfore Gaelic Variant of Balfour: From the grazing land. M
70 Balfour Gaelic From the grazing land. M
71 Banain Gaelic Little blond one. M
72 Banning Gaelic Little blond one. M
73 Barabal Gaelic Stranger. F
74 Barabell Gaelic Stranger. F
75 Baran Gaelic Noble warrior. M
76 Bard Gaelic Poet. M
77 Barra Gaelic Spear. M
78 Barrie Gaelic Feminine form of Barry: Pointed object. F
79 Barry Gaelic Spear. M
80 Barrymore Gaelic Variant of Barry: Pointed object. M
81 Batair Gaelic Strong warrior. M
82 Beagan Gaelic Little one. M
83 Beagen Gaelic Little one. M
84 Beagin Gaelic Variant of Beagan: Small child. M
85 Bealantin Gaelic Gaelic form of Ballantine. M
86 Bearach Gaelic Spear. M
87 Bearnard Gaelic Gaelic form of Bernard. M
88 Beatie Gaelic Blesses. M
89 Beatrice Gaelic Feminine form of Beattie: Bringer of joy; blesses. F
90 Beattie Gaelic Bringer of joy; blesses. M
91 Beatty Gaelic Blesses. M
92 Bebhinn Gaelic Harmony. F
93 Bebhinn Gaelic Harmony. M
94 Beitris Gaelic Gaelic form of Beatrice. F
95 Bharain Gaelic Lives near the clear stream. M
96 Bheathain Gaelic Lives near the clear stream. M
97 Bhruic Gaelic Badger. M
98 Biadhaiche Gaelic Blesses. M
99 Blain Gaelic Variant of Blaine: Thin. M
100 Blaine Gaelic Feminine form of Blaine: Thin. F
101 Blaine Gaelic Thin. M
102 Blair Gaelic Child of the fields. M
103 Blane Gaelic Variant of Blaine: Thin. M
104 Blayne Gaelic Feminine form of Blaine: Thin. F
105 Bofind Gaelic White cow. M
106 Boid Gaelic Variant of Boyd: Blonde. M
107 Bow Gaelic Diminutive of Bowen: Small son. M
108 Bowen Gaelic Small son. M
109 Bowie Gaelic Blond. Famous Bearer: British pop star David Bowie. M
110 Bowyn Gaelic Blond. M
111 Boyd Gaelic From the Scottish Gaelic 'buidhe' meaning yellow. Used commonly as a name referring to its owner's blonde hair color. Common as both a first name and a surname in Scotland. M
112 Boyne Gaelic White cow. M
113 Boynton Gaelic From the white river. M
114 Bradach Gaelic Spirited. M
115 Brady Gaelic Spirited. M
116 Bram Gaelic Raven. M
117 Bramm Gaelic Variant of Bram: Raven. M
118 Bran Gaelic Variant of Bram: Raven. M
119 Brann Gaelic Variant of Bram: Raven. M
120 Breandan Gaelic Little raven. F
121 Breandan Gaelic Brave. M
122 Breck Gaelic Freckled. M
123 Breen Gaelic Fairy palace. Also variant of Brianna and Sabrina. F
124 Breena Gaelic Fairy palace. Also variant of Brianna and Sabrina. F
125 Brenda Gaelic Little raven. F
126 Brendan Gaelic Brave. M
127 Brendon Gaelic Brave. M
128 Brennan Gaelic Brave. M
129 Brexton Gaelic Freckled. M
130 Brothaigh Gaelic From Brodie. M
131 Brus Gaelic From Bruys. M
132 Buadhachan Gaelic Victorious. M
133 Buidhe Gaelic Blond. M
134 Caci Gaelic Brave. F
135 Caela Gaelic Slender. Variant of Caley or Cailley: (French) 'from the forest. F
136 Caelan Gaelic Girl; lass. F
137 Caelan Gaelic Contemporary variant of Cailean 'Child.'. M
138 Caila Gaelic Slender. Variant of Caley or Cailley: (French) 'from the forest. F
139 Cailean Gaelic Young dog, or child. Scottish Gaelic. M
140 Caileen Gaelic Girl; lass. F
141 Caileigh Gaelic Slender. Variant of Caley or Cailley: (French) 'from the forest. F
142 Cailen Gaelic Child. M
143 Cailin Gaelic Girl; lass. F
144 Caillen Gaelic Child. M
145 Cailley Gaelic Slender. Variant of Caley or Cailley: (French) 'from the forest. F
146 Cailyn Gaelic Girl; lass. F
147 Caimheul Gaelic Crooked mouth. M
148 Cairistiona Gaelic Christian. F
149 Cait Gaelic Pure. F
150 Caitlin Gaelic Pure. An Irish Gaelic variant of Catherine from the Old French form of the name. F
151 Caitrin Gaelic Form of the Greek Catherine meaning 'pure'. F
152 Caleigh Gaelic Slender. Variant of Caley or Cailley: (French) 'from the forest. F
153 Caley Gaelic Slender. M
154 Calhoun Gaelic From the narrow forest. M
155 Callan Gaelic Powerful in battle. F
156 Callee Gaelic Variant of Cayley meaning from the forest. F
157 Callen Gaelic Powerful in battle. F
158 Calli Gaelic Variant of Cayley meaning from the forest. F
159 Callie Gaelic Variant of Cayley meaning from the forest. F
160 Callum Gaelic Dove. Can also be a variant of Malcolm: 'Servant/disciple of Columba'. M
161 Calum Gaelic Dove. Can also be a variant of Malcolm: 'Servant/disciple of Saint Columba'. M
162 Calynn Gaelic Powerful in battle. F
163 Cam Gaelic Diminutive of Campbell: Crooked mouth; and of Cameron: Bent nose; crooked river. M
164 Camden Gaelic From the crooked valley. M
165 Camdene Gaelic From the crooked valley. M
166 Cameron Gaelic Crooked. From the Celtic Cameron meaning Crooked nose. Nickname of a Highland chieftain with a crooked nose. M
167 Camp Gaelic Diminutive of Campbell: Crooked mouth. M
168 CampbeIl Gaelic Crooked mouth. M
169 Campbell Gaelic Crooked mouth. M
170 Camron Gaelic Variant of Cameron: Bent nose; crooked river. M
171 Camshron Gaelic Crooked. M
172 Caolabhuinn Gaelic From the narrow river. M
173 Caolaidhe Gaelic Slender. M
174 Caomhan Gaelic Handsome. M
175 Caramichil Gaelic Friend of Saint Michael. M
176 Carlie Gaelic Small champion. M
177 Carlin Gaelic Small champion. M
178 Carling Gaelic Little champion. F
179 Carling Gaelic Variant of Carlin: Small champion. M
180 Carly Gaelic Diminutive of Carlin: Small champion. M
181 Carmichael Gaelic Follower of Michael; friend of Saint Michael. M
182 Carmichail Gaelic Son of the one who served Saint Michael. M
183 Carne Gaelic Variant of English surname Cairn meaning landmark or memorial of piled-up stones. M
184 Carney Gaelic Victorious. M
185 Carol Gaelic Champion. M
186 Carolan Gaelic Variant of Carlin: Small champion. M
187 Carollan Gaelic Variant of Carlin: Small champion. M
188 Carolus Gaelic Champion. M
189 Carraig Gaelic Rocky headland. M
190 Carrick Gaelic Rocky headland. M
191 Carroll Gaelic Champion. M
192 Casey Gaelic Brave. F
193 Casey Gaelic Brave. M
194 Casidhe Gaelic Dever. F
195 Casidhe Gaelic Clever. M
196 Cassidy Gaelic Dever. F
197 Cassidy Gaelic Clever. M
198 Cathaoirmore Gaelic Great warrior. M
199 Cathasach Gaelic Brave. F
200 Cathasach Gaelic Brave. M