dolly16 Registered User
#1

Looking for suggestions to add to my list, Boys & Girls... here's what I have so far... any other nice suggestions?
Thanks!
Aoibhín (Pronounced A-veen)
Aoibhe (Pronounced Eva)
Caoimhe
Tadhg
Ciarán
Ruairí

SouthernBelle Registered User
#2

Diarmaid
Seán
Liam
Dónal
Pádraig
Eoin

Sinéad
Áine
Máire
Cáit
Deirdre
Saoirse
Úna

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SouthernBelle Registered User
#3

Bríd
Gráinne
Fiadh (I think that's how it spelled - I heard a new baby girl called this)
Naoise
Roisín

Aodh
Micheál
Rónán

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corks finest Registered User
#4

dolly16 said:
Looking for suggestions to add to my list, Boys & Girls... here's what I have so far... any other nice suggestions?
Thanks!
Aoibhín (Pronounced A-veen)
Aoibhe (Pronounced Eva)
Caoimhe
Tadhg
Ciarán
Ruairí

Caitlin,ciaran, Liam,eoin gearoid

An gal gréine Registered User
#5

Lasairíona
Siubhán
Niamh
Méabh
Síle
Muireann

Feilimí
Cian
Tiarnach
Cillian
Murcha
Colm

Dagner88 Registered User
#6

Lochlann, Iarfhlaith (ear-lah) for boys are nice.

Siun (shoon), Saileóg, and Sadhbh for girls.

FYI - Aoi in Irish language is pronounced 'ee'. Aoibhínn would be prounced properly as 'ee-veen'. Think of Aoife (eeffah), Caoimhe (kweevah/keevah), Aoibhe (eevah). Even the Irish for Friday is Aoine (ee-nah).

If you want to pronounce Ayveen it would have to be spelt Éabhaoin.

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An Riabhach Registered User
#7

Iasán or Iasan
Irish for Jason, pronounced "EEaSan"

Liobhán or Líobhán
Pronounced "LeVawn".
I work with a girl with this name.

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