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Irish names are often thought of as unusual, unique, and to some even exotic. In addition, Irish names are popular around the world especially in the United States of America. The list below however, is the most popular baby names given to children born in Ireland during the year 2011.

Were you born in Ireland in 2011? What were the most popular baby names in Ireland that year. Where did you rank in popularity?

This is a list of the top 100 (one hundred) most popular Irish baby names for the year 2011 in Ireland. The information is taken from public sources such as the Central Office for National Statistics and all rights are acknowledged. The list contains the most popular boy names and the most popular girls names. For the meanings of these names feel free to browse the site or use the baby meanings search page.

Jack and Emily were the most popular babies’ names registered in 2011 in Ireland. Jack retained the top position which it had held since 2007 and Emily for the first time.

For a full list of Irish girl names or Irish Boy Names, then you should see the relevant page on the site.

Popularity in 2011

Female name Male name

  1. Emily
  2. Sophie
  3. Emma
  4. Grace
  5. Lily
  6. Sarah
  7. Lucy
  8. Ava
  9. Chloe
  10. Katie
  11. Ella
  12. Mia
  13. Aoife
  14. Caoimhe
  15. Kate
  16. Leah
  17. Hannah
  18. Anna
  19. Saoirse
  20. Ruby
  21. Kayla
  22. Lauren
  23. Holly
  24. Ellie
  25. Amy
  26. Ciara
  27. Isabelle
  28. Olivia
  29. Sophia
  30. Niamh
  31. Jessica
  32. Amelia
  33. Molly
  34. Roisin
  35. Julia
  36. Laura
  37. Zoe
  38. Megan
  39. Rachel
  40. Rebecca
  41. Aisling
  42. Nicole
  43. Abbie
  44. Clodagh
  45. Eve
  46. Robyn
  47. Erin
  48. Ellen
  49. Faye
  50. Cara
  51. Isabella
  52. Eva
  53. Abigail
  54. Layla
  55. Maria
  56. Sadhbh
  57. Maja
  58. Aine
  59. Sofia
  60. Freya =
  61. Aoibhinn =
  62. Charlotte
  63. Alannah
  64. Eabha
  65. Caitlin
  66. Alice
  67. Elizabeth
  68. Amber
  69. Aoibheann
  70. Mary
  71. Isabel
  72. Millie
  73. Zuzanna
  74. Aimee =
  75. Maya =
  76. Orla =
  77. Tara =
  78. Lilly
  79. Katelyn
  80. Sara
  81. Michaela
  82. Zara =
  83. Brooke =
  84. Eimear
  85. Evie
  86. Lena
  87. Ruth
  88. Aoibhe
  89. Muireann
  90. Madison
  91. Clara
  92. Emilia
  93. Meabh
  94. Shauna
  95. Amelie
  96. Victoria
  97. Sinead
  98. Lexi
  99. Kayleigh
  100. Hanna
  101. Alexandra
  102. Isobel
  103. Daisy
  104. Maisie
  105. Rose

 

  1. Jack
  2. James
  3. Sean
  4. Daniel
  5. Conor
  6. Ryan
  7. Adam
  8. Harry
  9. Michael
  10. Dylan =
  11. Alex =
  12. Luke
  13. Cian
  14. Jamie
  15. Oisin
  16. Aaron
  17. Liam
  18. Thomas
  19. Darragh
  20. Charlie
  21. Patrick
  22. Cillian
  23. Noah
  24. Matthew
  25. David
  26. John
  27. Evan
  28. Ben
  29. Nathan
  30. Fionn
  31. Ethan
  32. Eoin
  33. Joshua
  34. Jake
  35. Callum
  36. Kyle
  37. Finn
  38. Tadhg
  39. Samuel
  40. Aidan
  41. Joseph
  42. Rian
  43. Shane
  44. Cathal
  45. Sam
  46. Max
  47. William
  48. Ronan
  49. Alexander
  50. Jayden
  51. Mark
  52. Leon
  53. Robert
  54. Oliver
  55. Eoghan
  56. Rory
  57. Ciaran
  58. Kevin
  59. Cormac
  60. Andrew
  61. Jakub
  62. Oscar
  63. Bobby
  64. Jacob
  65. Tyler
  66. Tom
  67. Senan
  68. Rhys
  69. Christopher
  70. Mason
  71. Jason
  72. Killian
  73. Dara
  74. Benjamin
  75. Alan
  76. Donnacha
  77. Josh
  78. Stephen
  79. Leo
  80. Lucas
  81. Filip
  82. Oran
  83. Scott
  84. Anthony
  85. Alfie
  86. Niall
  87. Peter
  88. Tommy
  89. Odhran
  90. Martin
  91. Calum
  92. Brian
  93. Sebastian
  94. Ruairi
  95. Edward
  96. Zach
  97. Tomas
  98. Paul
  99. Hugh
  100. Daithi

Jack and Emily were the most popular babies’ names registered in 2011 in Ireland. Jack retained the top position which it had held since 2007 and Emily for the first time for the girls name.

In 2011, there were four first time entries to the top 100 for boys: Mason, Donnacha, Tommy and Zach. In terms of Irish girls names making the top 100 popular names for girls: Lexi was the solitary new name making it this year.



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