i mean proper irish like seamus, siobhan, niamh or aoife.|||Patrick, Malachi, Ruadri aka "Rory, Sean, Seamus
Eihblinn or Evelyn, Niamh, Sinead, Siobhan|||Caoimhe
My favourites are Saoirse and Connor.|||I am really unfamiliar with spellings but just the lovely ones i've heard are:
Brigid, Isolde, Sinead, Siobhan for girls
Brody, Liam, Connor, Riley, Patrick, and Cillian for boys|||Cormac|||Orla (Órlaith) means "golden lady" or "wealth"
Declan (Deaglán) meaning unknown
Malachy (Maeleachlainn) means "messenger"
Mavourneen (ma mhuirnín) literally means "my darling"
I love Irish names. ♥|||for a girl :
- Caitlin (if I was having a girl, she would be called Caitlin)
- Colleen (col-een)
for a boy :
- Eoin (most likely going to be my son's name..it is another spelling of Owen)
Arden - not a Aiden, trend thing
Sinnain said shih-nawn
Nola|||Kieran, Liam, Eamon, Connor, Patrick, Sean... :)|||I don't know how to pronounce those names.