Irish Baby Names
From Clover to Cillian, a round up of Irish girl and boy baby names
St. Patrick’s Day baby names are popular because they are unique, fun and have the luck of the Irish! From Clover to Cillian, we have rounded up Irish baby names, lucky names and more for your St. Patty’s Day baby.
Whether you are expecting a baby in the month of March, would like to honor your Irish culture or just love this festive holiday, St. Patrick’s Day baby names are as cool and unique as they are fun.
Irish girl names for your little clover
Irish baby girl names have a beautiful, old fashioned sound to them. The following list features modern Irish names, as well as more traditional Irish names, with pronunciations in parenthesis as needed.
• Aoife (pronounced EE-fa)
Irish boy names for your little shamrock
Irish boy names are a popular choice for parents here in the U.S., with names like Aiden and Liam topping many of our baby name charts. Check out our selection of modern Irish names and traditional Irish names for your baby boy.
• Seamus (pronounced SHAY-mus)
• Eoin (pronounced like Owen)
St. Patrick’s Day inspired baby names
Be inspired by this festive holiday to name your daughter Ireland—or the delightful English name of Clover. For boys, Patrick is a great Irish name that means “noble.” Thanks to celebrities like Beyonce, who named her daughter Blue Ivy, colors are no longer off limits when it comes to naming your baby. If you are looking for a truly unique name, you could consider Green—or other colors in the green spectrum, such as Sage or Jade.
Here are more St. Patty’s Day inspired baby names:
Lucky baby names
Feeling lucky? A lucky baby name may be just the ticket for your pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. Here are some lucky baby names to consider:
• Four (as in four leaf clover)
From Irish names to lucky baby names, we hope we have inspired you in your search for St. Patrick’s Day baby names for your boy or girl.