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Boy names

Posted by on Mar. 15, 2008 at 9:05 PM
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Well i am on my 3rd child... I cannot for the life of me think of a name I like. My hubby likes Irish names as his family is Irish (well ancestors anyway). My 2 children are currently named Caitlyn and Connor, the C thing wasn't done on purpose. I don't care if I get a C or K name or any other letter. I'm not for sure it's a boy, but I think it is. So any help would be great, and a FYI, if it's a girl, I like Kiernan. :)
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samsbaby78
by on Mar. 16, 2008 at 12:59 PM
my youngest is named brennan xavier. i like the irish names also. the are the only ones that go with our last name.

lots of love

ky6779
by on Mar. 16, 2008 at 1:13 PM

I love the name Brogan!

Poetmom
by on Mar. 16, 2008 at 2:53 PM
Brendan
Colin
Keenan
Garrett
Devin
Logan
Cameron
Riley
Gavin
Trevor

LoveBuggsMommie
by on Apr. 13, 2008 at 4:52 AM
I like Kiernan, and it's a both name (Tiernan is actually my favorite boy name, and is definately irish)

Caiden or spell it Kaidyn for a girl
Kennedy (could go either way)
Kerr
Kylene
Caenna (Gaelic, an americanized spelling is Kenna)
Allistair or all the many spellings of that
Killian
Gemma
Declan (has a strong c/k sound like your other two children, w/o starting with)

When I lived in and traveled that realm of the world other names that were pretty common, but aren't here were Euan, Oliver "Ollie", Alec, Garrett, Ian, Liam,

Oh and a Ceileigh is a festival over there the Scot spell it with a D in it but the Irish don't, and then that has NUMEROUS spellings here Kayleigh, Kaylee, etc.

ky6779
by on Apr. 19, 2008 at 2:06 PM
Decide on a name yet?  I'm curious on what you've decided!
mum2twingirls
by on Apr. 21, 2008 at 8:47 AM
I LOVE IRISH NAMES ... my favorite Iriah name site ... www.babynamesofireland .com you can hear the names said by Frank McCourt (author of Angela's Ashes) with means and stories of origin

Cavan (it's a county in Ireland)
Carrick or Carrig (means ROCK)
Cian (means ANCIENT)
Ciaran (means little dark one)

since the letter K is NOT in the Irish language and the C always has a hard sound you can easily rplace the C with a K as many have done over the centries 

no names with out C or K
Liam
Lochlan
Deaclan
Aidan
Brennan
Ronan
Sean
Eamon
Bradan
Seamus
Patrick
Dillon
Niall
Riordan
Finn
Quinn
Riley
Malachi

BTW Kiernan is very cute name and could work for either boy or girl


Colleen

mommy to

Rhiannon Nora & Carys Ann (6/9/06) and Bridget Mary (due to arrive 8/28/08)

 

my twins have taught me 2 things, 1) I don't know anything and 2) I can do anything

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