Gaelic Baby Names & Gaelic Names


The Gaelic language family includes Scottish Gaelic, Irish, and Manx; and is one of two branches of the Insular Celtic languages. Also known as Goidelic languages, Gaelic was once restricted to Ireland. Sometime during the 3rd and 6th centuries, groups of Irish began migrating from Ireland to Cornwall, Wales and Scotland, taking their Gaelic language with them and spreading it throughout the British Isles, which then developed into various dialects over the centuries. Gaelic baby names have a sound quality that rolls off the tongue making them sonorous and beautiful. Baby Name World is an ideal site to begin at when researching Gaelic baby names and name meanings.
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Red earth; Gaelic form of Adie, which is a pet form of Adam.
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Gaelic Boy baby name meaning "Red earth; Gaelic form of Adie, which is a pet form of Adam."

Noble, Exalted, Oak-tree ford
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Gaelic Boy baby name meaning "Noble, Exalted, Oak-tree ford"

Gaelic form of Adam
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Gaelic Boy baby name meaning "Gaelic form of Adam"

Diminutive form of Adhamh, hence, "little Adam"
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Gaelic Boy baby name meaning "Diminutive form of Adhamh, hence, "little Adam""

Little fire
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Gaelic Boy baby name meaning "Little fire"

Bright through nobility; Gaelic form of Albert
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Gaelic Boy baby name meaning "Bright through nobility; Gaelic form of Albert"

Manly; Gaelic form of Andrew
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Gaelic Boy baby name meaning "Manly; Gaelic form of Andrew"

Handsome
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Gaelic Boy baby name meaning "Handsome"

Fair, Beautiful
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Gaelic Girl baby name meaning "Fair, Beautiful"

Happy
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Gaelic Boy baby name meaning "Happy"

Fair, Beautiful
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Gaelic Girl baby name meaning "Fair, Beautiful"

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