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Name Meaning Origin Popularity Other Gender
Regan

“The royal one,” from the Latin re- galis, regal.

Gaelic

Shann

Old, wise

Gaelic

Dunn

Brown

Gaelic

Eilginn

High-minded; little Ireland

Gaelic

Dundee

Fort on the Tay

Gaelic

Quade

Gaelic

Tyronne

Owen's county

Gaelic

Moore

Swarthy, dark-skinned; bog; noble, great

Gaelic

Coleman

“The cabbage grower,” from tbe Anglo-Saxon caul (cabbage) and man (a man).

Gaelic

Glenvill

Gaelic

Kiley

Narrow, straight

Gaelic

McKenna

Ascend

Gaelic

Arles

Pledge, oath

Gaelic

Conley

Pure, chaste, sensible

Gaelic

Muiredach

Lord and master

Gaelic

McKennon

Ascend

Gaelic

Macklin

Son of

Gaelic

Bud

Brother

Gaelic

Arlen

Pledge, oath

Gaelic

Cormic

Chariot driver

Gaelic

Elgine

High-minded; little Ireland

Gaelic

Toren

Chief

Gaelic

Kalan

Gaelic

Oisin

Gaelic

Shannan

Old, ancient

Gaelic

Gaelic boy names are as rugged and beloved as the vast lands they come from. Whether nature-inspired or character-based, they’re bound to earn a fan out of you. Let’s explore some of our favorite Gaelic baby boy names in our overview below.

You can sort our collection of Gaelic boy names by popularity if you’d like something common. Using the most recent baby name chart in your search, you’ll find Gaelic boy names like Rowan, a polished pick who has seen a tidal wave of popularity. He’s a rhyming brother of Owen with a natural twist, which has helped him fit in with his friends toward the top of the charts like River and Brooks. Gael is another who’s on the rise. Meaning “Gaelic one,” he’s a pint-sized cutie with deep ties to his origins. You can also find Aden, a variant of the ultra-popular Aiden.

Other Gaelic boy names fall into a class of being known, but not common. Oscar is one that’s ripe for picking, as he fits in well with the old-man-chic movement of vintage names like Oliver and Ezra, but still feels fresh. Blaine and Mac are one-syllable sweethearts who have seen dips in popularity, though they remain well-loved. They fit in well with Blake and Max, and we can envision them playing on any playground.

There is plenty of room for many Gaelic boy names to soar in popularity, too. Kylan and Kylar are our first contenders, as they feel like modern forms of Kyle. Kellan is another trend-pleasing pick. He has the popular -an ending along with a K start, a letter that parents have loved more and more in recent years. Torin also fits this trend, and his meaning of “chief” has the power that a lot of parents love. As you browse, pay attention to what Gaelic boy names fit top trends. Also monitor the popularity charts listed to see what names might be the next big thing. You might be the next trendsetter with your pick.

Gaelic boy names can also be light and fun, which is something we adore about them. Boys are spirited and sometimes rowdy, so we love a name that has an equal amount of energy. The youth of Kelby and Duffy work well in that regard, both of whom seem right at home on a mischievous boy who’s loaded with tricks. Grantley also feels like an eternally young pick that has a serious side thanks to his nickname, Grant. On the flip side, you can find serious options, like Cormic, Dunbar, and Gordan. They’re mature, but we think they can work on a little guy, too.

Another tip to find the Gaelic boy name for you is to browse meanings. If you’d like something with heart, check out Arlen, a name that means “pledge.” Corwin’s “companion” is another winner. Shea means “admirable,” which every name hopes to be, while Roark means “champion.” Maybe you want a name that works for your son’s looks. There’s Keir, meaning “dark-haired,” and Kelden, meaning “slender.”

Gaelic boy names have a unique spirit that we cherish. We hope you find your next favorite name among them.