Thinking strongly about an Irish name. Would love a not too common name.
Baby brain in action so havn't been able to think of many.
Hoping Wollies wil add to the list and make it a comprehensive irish name thread for boys and girls.
Will start by listing 3 names (apologising for lack of fada)
(can't put fadas on them either, sorry)
Somhairle (Sam as Gaeilge)
Sorry I teach in a Gaelscoil so could go on all day here ;-)
[b:y8oxc4il]FAB post! [/b:y8oxc4il]Im thinking of the same want something unusual but not too unusual if you know what I mean.
Naoise ( think this can be both for a boy and a girl!)
[b:y8oxc4il]MiniJ[/b:y8oxc4il]... Please put up more of the names that you know from school....
[b:y8oxc4il]Sassypants[/b:y8oxc4il] How do you pronounce Croiadh and Cariosa
PS How do you include fada's?
Oopppppp Did you say list 3??
[quote="tinkerbell25":14lydz2b]Sassypants How do you pronounce Croiadh and Cariosa[/quote:14lydz2b]
Car-ee-uh-sa (Iosa as in Jesus in Irish)
I think that's right anyway. Cariosa is my niece's middle name.
Aisling (DD' same!)
Saibh (not quite sure of spelling sorry)
Liam (although i think some people don't class this as an Irish name)
Michael (as in mee-hall)
ciaraella Liam is definitely an Irish name!
[quote="ructions":16p9dyef]ciaraella Liam is definitely an Irish name!
That's what i though Ructions but i was told in no uncertain terms by someone that it wasn't!
I think they may have been having a bad day
I think it comes from Uilliam, Irish for William.
How do you pronounce this???