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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

 
  Abernethy  
  The mouth of the Nethy River  
  Abracham  
  Father of a multitude (Irish Gaelic)  
  Accalon  
  Celtic boys name of uncertain origin or meaning but believed to be from the Welsh achlod meaning shame.  
  Adair  
  From the Oak tree near the ford  
  Addis  
  (add-is) Celtic boys name which means (meaning) flame  
  Adeon  
  Celtic boys name of uncertain origin or meaning but believed to be either Welsh from Adain meaning wing or Irish Aodh meaning bright fire  
  Adhamh  
  Of the earth (Irish Gaelic)  
  Adwen  
  Cornish Celtic boys name which is a form of Adeon  
  Aed  
  Scottish boys name with Gaelic origins meaning "fire"  
  Aedh  
  (may) Celtic boys name which, due to the strange pronounciation/spelling combination, is of uncertain origin or meaning. It is believed to be fire or flame  
  Ael  
  (ell) Celtic boys name of uncertain origin or meaning but believed to be connected with rocks or castle ramparts  
  Aelhaeran  
  (al-haran) Welsh Celtic boys name which means (meaning) iron brow  
  Afagdu  
  Welsh Celtic boys name which means (meaning) dark river  
  Ailin  
  Originally from gaelic, used as an Irish boys name meaning "handsome"  
  Aindreas  
  Scottish Gaelic form of Andrew. Manly, courageous  
  Ainmire  
  Gaelic origins for this Irish boys name meaning "great lord"  
  Allan  
  Harmony, or the cheerful handsome one.  
 
 
  Allen  
  Handsome  
  Alroy  
  Gaelic boys name which means (meaning) red head  
  Amatheon  
  Welsh Celtic boys name which means (meaning) or at least linked to the word agriculture  
  Anarawad  
  (a-na-rod) Welsh Celtic boys name which means (meaning) eloquent or beautifully spoken  
  Aneurin  
  (an-eye-rin) Celtic boys name which means (meaning) man of honour  
  Angus  
  Unique strength, outstanding  
  Angwyn  
  Welsh Celtic boys name which means (meaning) very fair, very handsome  
  Annan  
  More common as a surname this is a Celtic boys name which means (meaning) lives by the river  
  Aodh  
  Gaelic name regarded as a version of Hugh. Although this is not strictly true as Hugh is a Germanic name meaning heart and mind.  
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