My husband and I are trying to think of Irish names for a baby boy but dont like the common names like Riley. We are trying to find something more unique.|||Sean, Jack, Connor, James, Dylan...
Here's the top 100 boys and girls names in ireland to give you some more ideas: http://www.cso.ie/releasespublications/d鈥?/a>|||My favourite Irish boys names are:
Riley isn't an Irish name. There is no 'y' in Irish. It's the English version of an Irish surname 脫 Raghallaigh. No one in Ireland would ever even use that as a first name. The names I have listed above are far more normal and more common Irish names.
Edit: Most of the names people have given already are English names. Can't people tell the difference between Irish and English?|||http://www.babynameguide.com/categoryiri鈥?/a>
That's a link to a bunch of Irish names :)|||Did you know that the name "Anthony" means worthy of praise, it may not be Irish but I think its cool and worthy of thought.|||Connor
Oh and I like Keigan too.
answer mine please: http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index;鈥?/a>|||I have a Kieran. Not uncommon there but not common in NorthAmerica.|||Spicy McHaggis|||Smithy McSmith|||Kieran or Rory|||I like S茅amus (SHAY-mus)|||A buklao|||Danny Greene|||I love Ian and Keigan