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Ireland Boy Baby Names

This is a collection of pages which shows individual baby names sorted into country names and then sorted into strict alphabetical order. You can search for baby names from Ireland and Gaelic Irish names from this page. This page concentrates on Irish baby Boy names and their meanings. I have made NO distinction between Northern and Southern Irish names. Of course they are mainly first names but their are some Ireland family or Irish surnames also.

You can use the menu to the left to select a different country if 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.

 
  Derry  
  Irish boy's name meaning red haired or the red one  
  Derry  
  Irish boy's name meaning "red haired or the red one"  
  Desmond  
  Irish boy's name meaning man of the world. Has also been intepreted as meaning man from South Munster but this is unclear as to why.  
  Desmond  
  Irish boy's name meaning "man of the world". Has also been intepreted as meaning "man from South Munster" but this is unclear as to why.  
  Devine  
  Irish boy's name meaning descendant of the ox or stag-not literally obviously  
  Devine  
  Irish boy's name meaning "descendant of the ox or stag-not literally obviously"  
  Devlin  
  Irish boy's name meaning brave. More commonly used as a surname.  
  Devlin  
  Irish boy's name meaning "brave". More commonly used as a surname.  
 
 
  Diarmid  
  Irish Boys name which means (meaning) without envy  
  Diarmid  
  Irish Boys name which means (meaning) without envy  
  Dolan  
  Irish Boys name which means (meaning) dark haired  
  Dolan  
  Irish Boys name which means (meaning) dark haired  
  Donagh  
  (dun-a) Irish boys name meaning brown warrior  
  Donagh  
  (dun-a) Irish boys name meaning brown warrior  
  Donal  
  Irish boy's name meaning ruler  
  Donal  
  Irish boy's name meaning "ruler"  
  Donegal  
  Irish boys name which appears to have simply been borrowed from the placename.  
  Donegal  
  Irish boys name which appears to have simply been "borrowed" from the placename.  
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