There are many reasons why people are searching and using Irish Gaelic names for their baby boys. Almost every Irish baby name is beautiful to look at and they are unique, something that parents look for when choosing a name (or more) for their children.
We’re happy to help those who want to know more about this since it keeps the Irish Gaelic language alive and brings out its beauty and uniqueness.
There are many great Irish Gaelic names for your baby boy so we couldn’t decide on just a few. We created a longer Irish Gaelic pronunciation video that showcases the most beautiful baby boys’ names in Irish Gaelic to help parents who are undecided.
How To say Boy Names in Irish Gaelic (VIDEO) – Part 1
Here is the full list of boy baby names from our video. Every name has its own origin!
Aodhán | Eng. Aidan | Origin: Old Irish
Aindrias | Eng. Andrew | Origin: Biblical
Antaine | Eng. Anthony | Origin: Anglo-Norman
Art | Eng. Art | Origin: Old Irish
Anraí | Eng. Henry | Origin: Anglo-Norman
Aodh | Eng. Hugh | Origin: Old Irish
Beairtle | Eng. Bartholomew | Origin: Latin
Breandán | Eng. Brendan | Origin: Old Irish/Welsh
Brian | Eng. Brian | Origin: Celtic
Cathal | Eng. Charles | Origin: Old Irish
Cóilín | Eng. Colman/Colin | Origin: Latin/Old Irish
Críostóir | Eng. Cristopher | Origin: Anglo-Norman/Latin
Colm | Eng. Colm | Origin: Latin/Old Irish
Conbhubhar/Conchúr| Eng. Conor | Origin: Old Irish
Cormac | Eng. Cormac | Origin: Old Irish
Ciarán | Eng. Kieran | Origin: Old Irish
Caoimhín | Eng. Kevin | Origin: Old Irish
Dónall/Domhnall | Eng. Daniel/Donald | Origin: Old Irish
Dáithí | Eng. David | Origin: Hebrew
Déaglán | Eng. Declan | Origin: Old Irish
Donncha | Eng. Denis | Origin: Old Irish
Diarmaid | Eng. Dermot | Origin: Old Irish
Deasún | Eng. Desmond | Origin: Middle Irish
Éamann/Éamonn | Eng. Edmund | Origin: Anglo-Norman
Éanna | Eng. Enda | Origin: Old Irish
Eoin/Eoghan | Eng. John/Ian/Owen | Origin: Latin/Old Irish
Féilim | Eng. Felim | Origin: Old Irish
Feistí | Eng. Festy/Festus | Origin: Old Irish/Latin
Feardorcha | Eng. Frederick/Ferdinand | Origin: Old Irish
Fachtna | Eng. Festus | Origin: Old Irish
Fionn | Eng. Finn | Origin: Old Irish
Fionnbhar/Fionnbarr | Eng. Finbar | Origin: Old Irish
Fionntán | Eng. Fintan | Origin: Old Irish
If you’re still undecided, stay tuned for the second part of this video. Alternatively you can read our other blog posts on the subject of Irish Gaelic boy names here:
Dia duit! Siobhán here from Bitesize Irish Gaelic. I speak a Connaught dialect.