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Gealic Boy Baby Names

This is a collection of pages which concentrates on popular Gaelic baby Boys names and their meanings. Of course they are mainly first names or Christian names as they are known in some countries, but their are some Scotland family or Scottish surnames also but all can be used as baby names.

The male(boy) baby names listed here are from Gaelic Origin/Language/Culture. Scottish Gaelic or Gaelic is the traditional language of the Gaels. Gaelic is an Indo-European language spoken in Scotland (but declining in popularity and mainly in the remote Highlands) and Southern Ireland (EIRE). The Gaelic alphabet only has 18 letters with each traditionally being named after trees. You can use the menu to the left to select what country you wish and whether it is boys or girls names you require. You can also use the site to search for different names using a wide variety of search terms by using the search page.

In addition I have also started to add Celtic baby names and these are clearly marked along with their meaning and pronunciation (where possible). Elsewhere on the site you will also find Celtic girl names along with their meaning

 
  Uilliam  
  (wil-ee-am) An Irish form of William  
  Uinseann  
  (win-shan) Celtic boys name which is believed to mean (meaning) conquering. Irish equivalent of Vincent  
  Uisdean  
  Gaelic name regarded as a version of Hugh. Although this is not strictly true as Hugh is a Germanic name meaning heart and mind.  
  Ultan  
  (ool-tawn) The name means "Ulsterman" and is the name of many saints  
  Urien  
  Celtic boys name which is believed to mean (meaning) town dweller  
  Usna  
  (oosh-na) An Ulster Chieftain whose name appears to be related to uisinn which means temple of the head.  
  Visant  
  The Breton form of Vincent  
  Vychan  
  Another variant of Vincent, this time a Welsh variation.  
 
 
  Waylon  
  Celtic boys name of uncertain origin or meaning but believed to mean son of wolf  
  Wynford  
  Celtic boys name of uncertain origin or meaning but believed to be an anglicised version of Gwyn meaning fair lord  
  Yann  
  Breton and Cornish form of the name John  
  Yestin  
  The Welsh equivalent of Justin.  
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