I love irish names i have one myself but when i have children i want them to have irish names and tell me is Jenna a good name tell me the truth |||To correct an above poster, Ciar谩n is strictly a boy's name. It's rather common in Ireland, but classic none the less.
Ciar谩n (lovely name, by the way - considering it myself!)
Saoirse (SEER-sha or SUR-sha, depending on where you live; one of my personal favourites)
Caoimhe (Ki-va / Kee-va)
脕ine (Eye-nah)|||I'll put in the pronounciations in case you need them...
Fionn - "f-yun"
Ciar谩n - "keerawn"
Eoghan/Eoin - both pronounced like the name Owen
R贸n谩n - "Roe-nawn"
Tadhg - "tie-g"
Cathal - Coh-hull"
Diarmuid - ""deermwid"
R贸s铆n - Roe-sheen"
Maedhbh - "mave"
niamh - "nee-uv"
Sin茅ad - "shinaid"
Aoife - "eefah"
Siobh谩n - "shuvawn"
Sadhbh - "sive"
Ciara - "keera"|||http://www.babynamesofireland.com/
It's a good website they even sound out the names.. =)|||Jenna is a very good name. It just so happens that its mine. Some Irish names are:
Kelly|||For girls I like:
Phineas or Finn
Tierney|||i like Erin and Bridget