Celtic boy names starting with A
Aart – Celtic – Stone, bear, German – Thor, The Eagle , A variant form of Arthur
Adan – Adan means ‘little fire’, ‘brightness’ or ‘splendor’.
Aden – Mainly used in English, the name is popular and considered trendy. It means ‘Fire, brightness and splendor’
Adian – Of Celtic origin, Adian means ‘little fire’ and is taken from the element ‘aed’ meaning fire . A popular name among Irish communities.
Adie – Celtic – Little Fire, Hebrew – Man, Latin – Man from Hadria, dark one
Aed – Older form of AODH
Aedan – Older form of AODHAN. This was the name of a 6th-century king of the Scots
Aedh – Variant of AED
Aengus – Aengus as a boy’s name is of Celtic origin, and the meaning of Aengus is ‘one choice’. Irish Gaelic form of Angus.
Aeron – Welsh form of AGRONA. In Welsh mythology Aeron was often portrayed as a masculine deity
Afton – From the Afton River
Ahearn – Lord of the horses
Ahearn – Ahearn as a boy’s name is of Celtic origin, and the meaning of Ahearn is ‘horse-lord’.
Ahearne – Ahearne as a boy’s name is of Celtic origin meaning ‘horse-lord’.
Aherin – Aherin as a boy’s name is of Celtic origin meaning ‘horse-lord’.
Ahern – Ahern as a boy’s name is of Celtic origin meaning ‘horse-lord’.
Aherne – Aherne as a boy’s name is of Celtic origin meaning ‘horse-lord’.
Aidan – Anglicized form of AODHAN. In the latter part of the 20th century it became popular in America due to its sound, since it uses the same fashionable den suffix sound found in such names as Braden and Hayden
Aiden – Most commonly used as a masculine name, Aiden means ‘little fire’.
Ailbe – Celtic: White, A variant of the name is Ailbhe
Ailill – Means ‘elf’ in Irish Gaelic. This name occurs frequently in Irish legend, borne for example by the husband of Queen Medb
Airell – Nobleman
Alain – Alain is a beloved name in many cultures and means harmony, noble, handsome and rock. This is a French & Celtic variant of Alan.
Alan – Handsome
Alan – From Celtic origin meaning ‘harmony, peace’ derived from the elements ailin and alun.
Alanson – Son of Allan
Albion – White cliffs. Ancient poetic name for Britain.
Albion – White cliffs
Alby – From Celtic origin meaning ‘white’ it is primarily used in English and Irish languages.
Alen – Celtic – Little Rock, Harmony Peace, English – Fair, Noble, Bright, A variant of name Alan.
Allan – Allan is Little Rock
Allen – Form of ALAN – noble
Allie – Like to keep everyone guessing? Is Allie short for Allison, Alexandra, Alana, Alice or something else entirely? Surprise—Allie has become so popular that it’s actually a name in itself. It was probably derived from Allison, which means “nobility” and has been a first name in some parts of the world since medieval times. In the US, Allie took off in the early 20th century but faded from the spotlight before reemerging in the mid-1980s. It was still popular in 1996 when country singer Garth Brooks gave the name to his daughter.
Allon – Hebrew – Oak, Gothic – Noble and Ready, Celtic – Little Rock, Harmony, Peace, A variant of name Alan
Allyn – Handsome
Alon – Hebrew – Oak, Gothic – Noble and Ready, Celtic – Little Rock, Harmony, Peace, A variant of name Alan
Alula – Embodied with celestial wisdom they are dainty like feather are the first born and full of rushness
Anant – From the stream
Aneurin – Celtic – High Minded, A variation of name is Aneirin
Anghus – Exceptionally strong
Angus – Angus as a boy’s name is pronounced ANG-guss. It is of Celtic origin, and the meaning of Angus is ‘one choice’. Celtic mythology: Angus Og is a god of attractive traits such as humor and wisdom.
Annan – From the stream
Annan – Celtic – From the Brook, Arabic – Slow Actor, Sluggish (not used due to negative meaning)
Anngus – Anngus as a boy’s name is of Greek and Latin origin meaning ‘to praise’.
Anwell – Beloved
Anwyl – Beloved
Anyon – Celtic – Anvil
Aod – Mythical son of Lyr
Aodh – Fire
Aodh – From the old Irish name Aed, which meant ‘fire’. This was a very popular name in early Ireland, being borne by numerous figures in Irish mythology and several high kings. It has been traditionally Anglicized as Hugh
Aodhagan – Diminutive of AODH
Aodhan – Fire
Aodhan – From the old Irish name Aedan, a diminutive of Aed (see AODH). This was the name of an Irish monk and saint of the 7th century. It was also borne by several characters in Irish mythology
Aonghas – Aonghas as a boy’s name is pronounced EEN-yis. It is of Celtic origin, and the meaning of Aonghas is ‘one choice’. Modern Scottish Gaelic form and source of Angus.
Aonghus – Possibly meaning ‘one strength’ derived from Irish oen ‘one’ and gus ‘force, strength, energy’. Aonghus (sometimes surnamed Mac Og meaning ‘young son’) was the Irish god of love and youth. The name was also borne by an 8th-century Pictish king and several Irish kings
Ap Owen – Son of Owen
Arawn – Meaning unknown. This was the name of the god of the underworld, called Annwfn, in Welsh mythology
Arden – Ardent
Are – Celtic – Stone, Bear, Germanic – Thor, The Eagle, A variant of name Arthur
Argyle – From the land of the Irish
Arham – Derived from Celtic origin meaning ‘stone, bear’ from the element art and the name Arthur.
Arlan – Oath
Arlan – Pledge or oath
Arlen – Pledge
Arlen – Pledge
Arlin – Pledge or oath
Arlyn – Pledge or oath
Arlynn – One who has lot of aspirations, pledge
Arrt – Arrt as a boy’s name is of Celtic origin meaning ‘bear or rock’.
Art – Short form of ARTHUR
Artair – Bear, very impressive and powerful
Arte – Celtic – Stone, Bear, Germanic – Thor, The Eagle, A variant of name Arthur
Artek – Celtic – Stone, Bear, Germanic – Thor, The Eagle, A variant of name Arthur
Arth – Celtic – Stone, Bear, Germanic – Thor, The Eagle, A variant of name Arthur
Arthek – An old Cornish name derived from the Celtic word arto, which means bear.
Arther – Celtic – Stone, Bear, Germanic – Thor, The Eagle, A variant of name Arthur
Arthor – Arthor as a boy’s name is of Celtic origin meaning ‘noble or courageous’.
Arthur – The meaning of this name is unknown. It could be derived from the Celtic elements artos ‘bear’ combined with viros ‘man’ or rigos ‘king’. Alternatively it could be related to an obscure Roman family name Artorius. Arthur is the name of the central character in Arthurian legend, a 6th-century king of the Britons who resisted Saxon invaders. He may or may not have been a real person. He first appears in Welsh poems and chronicles (some possibly as early as the 7th century) but his character was not developed until the chronicles of the 12th-century Geoffrey of Monmouth…
Arthuro – Arthuro as a boy’s name is of Celtic origin meaning ‘noble or courageous’.
Artie – Celtic – Stone, Bear, Greek – Follower of Artemis, A variant of name Arthur
Artis – Celtic – Stone, Bear, Germanic – Thor, The Eagle, A variant of name Arthur
Arto – Celtic – Stone, Bear, Germanic – Thor, The Eagle, A variant of name Arthur
Artor – Artor as a boy’s name is of Celtic origin meaning ‘noble or courageous’.
Artro – Artro as a boy’s name is of Celtic origin meaning ‘noble or courageous’.
Arttu – Finnish short form of ARTHUR
Artturi – Celtic – Stone, Bear, Germanic – Thor, The Eagle, A variant of name Arthur
Artur – From the Celtic word ‘artos’ meaning ‘bear’, this is a variant of the English Arthur.
Arturas – Lithuanian form of ARTHUR
Arturo – Arturo as a boy’s name is of Celtic origin meaning ‘noble or courageous’.
Arturs – Latvian form of Artur, meaning strong as a bear.
Artus – Artus as a boy’s name is of Celtic origin meaning ‘noble’.
Arty – Celtic – Stone, Bear, Germanic – Thor, The Eagle, A variant of name Arthur
Arzhur – Bear man
Atre – Celtic – Stone, bear, German – Thor, The Eagle , A variant form of Arthur
Atrus – A Bear man, they are excellent at analyzing
Attie – Strong as a bear
Attie – Someone who is as strong as a bear
Atty – Strong as a bear
Aty – They have the power of a Bear
Auther – One who has the strength of a Bear
Author – An author, a Bear or a stone
Avallach – Related to the island of Avalon in Arthurian legend and Celtic mythology
Avan – One who is a little abbot, owner of the world
Aven – Always moving, coursing through life.
Avon – Avon as a boy’s name is of Celtic origin, and the meaning of Avon is ‘river’. In Welsh, ‘afon’, in Gaelic ‘abhainn’. The name of several rivers in England.
Aydan – Variant of AIDAN
Ayden – Used largely in English meaning ‘little fire’.
Aydin – Meaning ‘little fire’.
Celtic boy names starting with B
Baird – Bard
Baird – The minstrel
Bairrfhionn – Marksman
Balfour – Celtic – Farm Pasture, Balfer and Balfor are variant names
Barden – Minstrel, a singer-poet.
Barden – Minstrel or a singer poet
Bardon – Minstrel or a singer poet
Barra – Marksman
Barry – Marksman
Barry – Derived from Old Celtic names Fionnbharr meaning ‘fair’ and Bearach meaning ‘sharp’.
Bary – Celtic – Fair headed, Spear, Mound, Dune German – Brave, A variant of name Bernard
Bazza – Bazza is an unpopular boy’s name.
Beacan – Small
Bearacb – Marksman
Bearcban – Marksman
Becan – Small
Bedivere – From the Welsh name Bedwyr, which is of unknown meaning. In Arthurian legends Bedivere was one of the original companions of King Arthur. He first appears in early Welsh tales, and his story was later expanded by Geoffrey of Monmouth in the 12th century. He is the one who throws the sword Excalibur into the lake at the request of the dying Arthur
Bedwyr – Arthurian legend name
Bedwyr – language of origin is Welsh and it is also
Belenos – Variant of BELENUS
Belenus – Probably from a Celtic word meaning ‘bright, brilliant’. This was the name of a Gaulish solar god who was often equated with Apollo
Beli – Probably a Welsh derivative of BELENUS. Beli Mawr was a Welsh ancestor deity who established several royal lines in Wales
Bendigeidfran – Name of a king
Bendigeidfran – Name of a king
Bevan – Young soldier
Bevan – Youthful warrior
Bevin – Young soldier
Bevin – Young soldier
Bevyn – Young soldier
Bevyn – Young soldier
Bile – Possibly an Irish form of BELENUS, though it may derive from an Irish word meaning ‘hero’. In Irish mythology this was the name of one of the Milesians who was drowned while invading Ireland
Blaine – Slender
Blainey – Slender or thin
Blaise – Firebrand
Blane – Slender
Blayney – Slender or thin
Boden – Blond
Boden – Blond
Bodiccius – He who is a great victor
Body – Blond
Bowden – means a hill shaped like a bow or a dweller on top of a hill
Bowdyn – Blond
Bowen – son of ‘Owen’
Bowyn – Son of Owen
Boyd – Blond
Boyd – Yellow, blond
Boyden – Blond
Braden – Originated in Celtic, largely used in English and Irish and means ‘descendant of Bradan’ or ‘salmon’. Grown in popularity in recent years following the increase in popularity of names ending in -en or -an
Bradene – One who is as sleek as a salmon, alternate spelling for ‘Braden’
Brady – Dervied from Celtic origin, meaning ‘descendant of Bradach’ or ‘large chested’. The popularity of the name has increased in response to use of name in a number of American sitcoms, such as Brady Bunch and Sex and the City
Braedyn – The heir or descendant of Bradan
Brain – The important part of the body, located in the skull
Bran – Raven
Bran – Means ‘raven’ in Welsh. In Welsh legend Bran the Blessed (called also Bendigeid Vran) was the son of the god Llyr. Later Welsh legends describe him as a king of Britain who was killed attacking Ireland
Brandan – Sword, a weapon with a sharp blade
Branden – A variant of the name Brandon meaning ‘prince’ in Celtic and ‘broomhill, hill covered with broom in Old English.
Brann – Raven, a black bird that resembles a crow
Brannon – From an Irish surname derived from Mac Branain, which means ‘descendant of BRAN (1)’
Branok – Cornish name derived from Celtic word brano, which means raven, crow.
Brarn – Raven
Brasil – Battle
Brasil – Brasil as a boy’s name is of Spanish meaning ‘Brazil’.
Brayden – A Welsh name meaning ‘grey’ or ‘grey-haired’. A variation of the English name Floyd.
Braydon – A variant of the name Braden, used primarily in the English language. Meaning ‘descendant of Braden’ which means ‘salmon’.
Breanainn – Sword
Breandan – Prince
Bredon – Sword, a sharp weapon used for killing
Brendan – Prince
Brendan – From Brendanus, the Latinised form of the Irish name Br
Brenden – Brave and unafraid
Brendis – Celtic – Prince, A variant of name Brendan
Brendon – Originated in Celtic language meaning ‘prince’ and is a variation of Brendan.
Brendt – The top of a hill, a hilltop
Brennan – Meaning ‘descendent of Braoni
Brennen – One who is brave and unafraid
Brennon – Celtic – Prince, A variant of name Brendan
Brent – Brent is an English name which means ‘old hill’ or ‘high place’.
Brenten – Hilltop
Brentlee – Overcomes major obstacles to achieve success.
Brentley – A hilltop or a mountain top
Brently – Hilltop. Variant of Brent.
Brently – Variant of Brent, overcomes obstacles easily, determined.
Brenton – Hilltop. Variant of Brent.
Brenton – A hilltop or the top of a mountain
Bressal – Battle
Bret – From Britain
Brett – Native of Brittany
Brhita – One who is strong
Briac – Esteem
Brian – Strength, ascension, or valor
Brian – Taken from the celtic word ‘bre’ which means hill. The name was first used by Irish King Bryan Boru which lead to its popularity in Ireland.
Briant – Strong or He ascends
Brice – Quick-moving, alert
Bricio – Bricio as a boy’s name is of Celtic origin meaning ‘swift’.
Bricriu – The poison tongued
Bricriu – The poison tongued
Brieg – Derives from the word, meaning bear, stone, disciple
Brien – He ascends
Brieuc – Power, nobility, respect
Brigacos – The high or mighty person
Brion – He ascends
Brit – Form of BRITANNIA – from Britain, British
Brittany – Form of BRITTANIA – from Britain, British
Brock – Badger
Brody – An English and Irish name from Celtic origin meaning ditch or muddy place
Broin – Raven
Brone – Sorrow
Bryan – A variant spelling of Brian, meaning ‘strength, power, force’ or alternatively deriving from the Celtic element ‘bre’ meaning ‘hill’ or ‘noble’.
Bryant – Popular variant of Brian
Bryant – Virtuous
Brylan – This combination name means beautiful lake. It is also a variant of Brian, taken from the celtic word ‘bre’ which means hill. The name was first used by Irish King Bryan Boru which lead to its popularity in Ireland.
Bryok – A shortened form of Briafael, meaning mighty prince.
Bryon – Variant of Brian, the name means strong, righteous.
Bssil – Battle
Burgess – Citizen
Burgess – Town dweller
Byrne – From an Irish surname that was derived from O Broin meaning ‘descendant of BRAN (1)’
Celtic boy names starting with C
Cachamwri – Mythical servant of Arthur
Caden – A variation of the name Caiden meaning Son of Cadan.
Cadman – Warrior
Cadman – Fighter
Caedmon – Wise warrior
Cael – From Gaelic caol ‘slender’. In Irish legend Cael was a warrior of the Fianna and the lover of Cred
Cahal – Cahal is an unpopular boy’s name.
Caidon – From the surname Cathan, meaning ‘son of Cad
Cailin – Of Celtic origin meaning ‘slender lady’ it is predominantly used in English.
Cairbre – A Celtic Boy name
Calhoun – Warrior
Calium – Probably derived from the name Callum which means either ‘dove’ in Latin or ‘disciple of Saint Columba’ .
Callam – Originated in Celtic language, meaning ‘disciple of Saint Columba’ or ‘dove’ and is primarily used in English and Scottish. It is growing in popularity.
Callom – A popular variant of the name Calum, meaning ‘dove’ and ‘disciple of Saint Columba’.
Callum-James – Combination of Callum and James meaning ‘disciple of Saint Columba’ and ‘holder of heel’. Popularity increased in line with the rise of double barrelled names.
Calum – Dove
Camero – Crooked nose
Cameron – Crooked nose
Cameron – Meaning ‘crooked nose’ this was originally a surname borne by a famous Scottish clan thought to have a common ancestor who had a crooked nose.
Camey – Crooked nose
Campbell – Of Celtic origin, meaning ‘crooked mouth’. Initally used as a surname, has grown in popularity as a first name.
Camron – Of Celtic origin meaning ‘crooked nose’, used chiefly in the English language.
Camryn – Derived from the surname meaning ‘crooked nose’.
Caoimhghin – Gentle
Car – Little champion
Car – Fighter
Caractacus – One who is loved
Caradoc – Dearly loved
Carantok – The name is derived from the Celtic word karant, which means friend.
Caratacus – He is loved and cared for
Carbry – Charioteer
Carden – From the black fortress
Carden – From the black fortress
Cardew – From the black fort
Carew – From the fortress
Carey – Near the castle
Carlisle – From a surname that was derived from the name of a city in northern England. The city was originally called by the Romans Luguvalium meaning ‘stronghold of LUGUS’. Later the Brythonic element ker ‘fort’ was appended to the name of the city
Carlyle – Variant of CARLISLE
Carrington – Place name and surname
Carrol – Champion
Carrol – Champion
Cars – A person who has war like characteristics, a fighter
Carson – Originally a surname refering to a place , meaning ‘costal rocks’ or ‘marsh area’.
Cary – Form of CARR – from the marsh
Casek – A form of Cadok, meaning battle.
Casey – The Celtic meaning of Casey is ‘brave’. It Is dervied form the word ‘Cathasaigh’ which means ‘vigilant one’.
Cassivellaunus – From Arthurian legend
Cassivellaunus – From Arthurian legend
Caswallan – From Arthurian legend
Casworon – An old Cornish name meaning battle hero.
Catavignus – A Celtic male name
Catguallaun – A leader of the Coeling dynastie
Caydan – This name is a variation in spelling of the name Caden which means ‘son of Cad
Cayden – A variation of Caden.
Cedric – Battle chieftain
Cedrick – Derived from the Celtic word cedrych meaning ‘pattern of bounty, model of generosity’.
Celt – A musical and exotic name
Celtic – An exotic name for a musical
Celyddon – Mythical father of Culhwch
Cernunnos – Means ‘horned’ in Celtic. This was the name of the Celtic god fertility, animals, wealth, and the underworld. He was usually depicted having antlers, and was identified with the Roman god Mercury
Cevin – Cevin is an unpopular boy’s name.
Chad – Defence
Chad – A saint, they protect and are defender
Chadd – Name of a saint who protects others
Cian – Means ‘ancient’ in Gaelic. This was the name of the mythical ancestor of the Cianachta in Irish legend. Cian was also the name of a son-in-law of Brian Boru
Cianan – Diminutive of CIAN. This was the name of a 5th-century Irish saint
Cillian – From Celtic origin meaning ‘war, strife’ largely used in French and Irish.
Cinuchan – One who is a chief
Cinuedu – Person who is a leader, a chief
Cistumucus – Celtic Boy name, one who is chief
Cleland – A land that is made up of clay, clayland
Clust – Mythical son of Clustfeinad
Clustfeinad – Mythical father of Clust
Clvtorigi – A monument of Clutorrix
Clyde – A term used for men living near, or on the bank of the river Clyde
Cocidius – Mythical hunter god
Codey – Of Celtic origin meaning ‘son of the helpful one’, used chiefly in the English language.
Codie – More popular as a boy name but also used for girls, Codie originates in Celtic language and means ‘son of Otto’ or ‘son of the helpful one.
Cody – Derived from Celtic origins, meaning ‘son of otto’ or ‘son of the helpful one’.
Commius – A historical king of the Belgic nation
Con – Heroic and wise, one who has lots of wisdom
Conal – Mighty, ferocious, high in rank and looked upon by people
Conall – Strong in battle High, mighty.
Conall Cernach – Mythical Ulster chieftain
Conall – Means ‘strong wolf’ in Gaelic. This is the name of several characters in Irish legend including the hero Conall Cernach (‘Conall of the victories’), a member of the Red Branch of Ulster, who avenged Cuchulainn’s death by killing Lugaid
Conan – Intelligent
Conan – From the Celtic ‘dog, great’, ‘Conan’ is a variant of the English ‘Conant’.
Conant – Wise
Conchobar – Strong willed
Condan – Dark haired wise man
Condon – Dark-haired wise man
Conlaoch – Possibly derived from Gaelic conn ‘chief’ and flaith ‘lord’. This was the name of several characters in Irish legend including a son of Cuchulainn who was accidentally killed by his father
Conn – Mythical son of Lir wise, High, mighty.
Conn – A high, mighty and wise person, who is also a brave advisor
Connal – High, mighty, respectful, ferocious, respected by all
Connell – Strong in battle
Connell – From an Irish surname, an Anglicized form of O Conaill meaning ‘descendant of CONALL’
Connla – Mythical son of Conn
Connla – Mythical son of Conn
Connor – Of Celtic origin, Connor is predominatly a boys name meaning ‘dog lover’ or ‘high desire’, but rising in popularity as a girls name.
Conor – From the Celtic meaning ‘dog lover’ or ‘high desire’.
Conroy – Persistent
Conroy – Persistent knowledge in all aspects, a wise person who has knowledge in every field
Conway – The hound or gaint of the mountains or plains
Corann – Mythical druid
Cormac – Charioteer
Cormick – Derived from the element ‘corb’ meaning ‘chariot’. The name was originally a surname meaning ‘son of charioteer’ .
Cory – Helmet
Cowen – Twins, Hillside indent
Cradawg – Mythical son of Bran
Cuchulain – Mythical Hound of Ulster
Cuchulainn – Means ‘hound of Culann’ in Irish. This was the usual name of the warrior hero who was named Setanta at birth, given to him because he took the place of one of Culann’s hounds after he accidentally killed it. Irish legend tells of Cuchulainn’s many adventures, including his single-handed defense of Ulster against the army of Queen Medb
Cuinn – Wise
Cuinn – A leader
Culain – Mythical smith
Culann – Mythical smith
Culhwch – Means ‘hiding place of the pig’ in Welsh. In Welsh legend he was the lover of Olwen the daughter of the giant Yspaddaden. Before the giant would allow Culhwch to marry his daughter, he insisted that Culhwch complete a series of extremely difficult tasks. Culhwch managed to complete them, and he returned to marry Olwen and kill the giant. This tale appears in the Mabinogion, a collection of tales from Welsh myth
Cullen – The origin is old Greek but the name is largely used in Irish, Scottish and English and means ‘behind the river’. It also refers to the Roman city of Cologne.
Cunacenni – A doer
Cunobelinus – Possibly means ‘hound of Belenus’ from the old Celtic element koun ‘hound’ combined with the name of the god BELENUS. This was the name of a 1st-century king of southeast Britain
Cunopectus – A diplomatic, pleasant person
Cunotamus – Name of the son of Cunotamus
Custennin – Mythical giant
Cymbeline – Form of CUNOBELINUS used by Shakespeare in his play ‘Cymbeline’ (1609)
Cynwrig – A born hero
Celtic boy names starting with D
Dagda – Means ‘good god’ in Celtic. In Irish myth Dagda (called also The Dagda) was the powerful god of the earth, knowledge, magic, abundance and treaties, a leader of the Tuatha De Danann. He was skilled in combat and healing and possessed a huge club, the handle of which could revive the dead
Daire – Means ‘fruitful, fertile’ in Irish Gaelic. This name is borne by many figures in Irish legend, including the Ulster chief who reneged on his promise to loan the Brown Bull of Cooley to Medb, starting the war between Connacht and Ulster as told in the Irish epic ‘The Cattle Raid of Cooley’
Dallas – Dwelling place
Dara – From the Irish Mac Dara, which means ‘oak tree’. This was the name of a 6th-century saint from Connemara. It is also used as an Anglicized form of DAIRE
Darach – Variant of DARA (1) or Anglicized form of DAIRE
Daragh – Variant of DARA (1) or Anglicized form of DAIRE
Darcy – Dark
Darragh – Variant of DARA (1) or Anglicized form of DAIRE
Davan – A fascinating name
Dearg – Son of Daghda
Dearg – Son of Daghda
Deedee – A beloved being, raging one from the valley
Denzel – This English name has a meaning of ‘Fort’ or ‘fertile land’. It used to be a English surname.
Denzil – From Celtic origin dinas meaning ‘stronghold’ a name found commonly in Cornwall.
Dermid – Anglicized form of DIARMAD
Dermot – The meaning of the name Dermot is ‘freeman’ or ‘free from envy’. The name was first used in Irish mythology.
Deron – This Irish/Celtic name is related to Erin and Eree and means Ireland.
Derry – Diminutive of DERMOT
Desmond – Derived from Celtic origin meaning ‘from south Munster’ it Is chiefly used in English and Irish.
Devin – Poet
Devon – Meaning poet, fawn, little dark one and is used more often as a boy’s name.
Devyn – Poet
Dewain – Dark
Diarmad – Scottish form of DIARMAID
Diarmaid – Perhaps means ‘without envy’ in Irish. In Irish mythology this was the name of a warrior who became the lover of Grainne. It was also the name of several ancient Irish kings
Diarmait – Variant of DIARMAID
Diarmuid – Variant of DIARMAID
Dillan – Variant of DYLAN
Dillion – A faithful one, brightness of lord
Dillon – Variant of DYLAN based on the spelling of the surname Dillon, which has an unrelated origin
Dinogad – A highly inspirational person, versatile
Dinsmore – From the hill fort
Diuma – Name of a bishop, who won truth
Doane – Dune dweller
Domhnall – Stranger
Don – form of DONALD – proud chief
Donaghy – Strong fighter
Donal – Proud chief
Donald – Ruler of all
Donald – Derived from two elements : ‘dubno’ meaning ‘world’ and ‘val’meaning to ‘rule’. Also derived from the Gaelic name Domhnall, meaning ‘ruler of the world’.
Donall – They are a stranger, strong and efficient
Donat – They are the ones who are like gifts and are stranger
Donel – One who is the ruler of the world
Donnally – Brave
Donnell – This Celtic/Irish name means ‘fighter’ and ‘world ruler.’
Donnelly – A brave black man
Donogb – Strong fighter
Donovan – Dark-haired
Doran – Stranger, one who has a wandering spirit and is in exile
Dornard – They are the ones who rule the world
Dorran – Stranger, exile
Dorran – Stranger
Dosne – From the sand hill
Dougal – Dougal as a boy’s name is of Celtic origin, and the meaning of Dougal is ‘dark stranger’.
Dougall – Dougall is a boy’s name meaning ‘dark stranger’ that comes from the Celtic name Dougal.
Doughal – Dark stranger
Doughlas – Dwells by the dark stream
Doughlas – Dark stream or dark river
Doy – Dark stranger
Doyle – Dark stranger
Drem – Mythical son of Dremidydd
Drem – Mythical son of Dremidydd
Driscol – Interpreter
Driscoll – Driscoll as a boy’s name. Possibly comes from the Celtic word for ‘sorrowful’.
Driskell – Mediator or interpreter
Druce – Wise
Drudwyn – Mythical Mabon’s dog
Drummond – Drummond as a boy’s name is of Celtic origin.
Duane – A beautiful song, black haired
Dubv – Dark faced
Duer – Hero, they are very mature and confident
Duff – Dark
Dugal – Dugal is a boy’s name meaning ‘dark stranger’ that comes from the Celtic name Dougal.
Dugald – Dugald is a boy’s name meaning ‘dark stranger’ that comes from the Celtic name Dougal.
Dugall – Dugall is a boy’s name meaning ‘dark stranger’ that comes from the Celtic name Dougal.
Dughall – Dark stranger
Dughall – Dark stranger
Duncan – Meaning ‘brown warrior’ or ‘dark skinned fighter’. Taken from the words ‘donn’, meaning brown and ‘cath’ meaning warrior.
Dunley – One who is from the hill meadow
Dwayne – The name Dwayne has several different meanings including ‘little dark one’, ‘song’ or ‘descendant of Dubhan’.
Dwyn – Meaning unknown. This was the name of the Celtic god of love
Dyfed – From Dyfed
Dylan – From the Welsh elements dy meaning ‘great’ and llanw meaning ‘tide, flow’. In Welsh mythology Dylan was a god or hero associated with the sea. He was the son of Arianrhod and was accidentally slain by his uncle Govannon…
Celtic boy names starting with E
Ea – Fire
Ea – Fire,A person on whom others can rely on.
Eber – Old Irish form of EIBHEAR
Eburscon – Lives near the yew tree estate
Edan – Fire
Edan – A variant of the name Aidan meaning ‘fire’. It may also be an alternative spelling of the name Eadan, also Celtic, meaning ‘Jealousy’.
Edin – A variant of the Irish and Scottish favorite Edan, Ein means ‘Little fire’.
Efnisien – Mythical son of Euroswydd
Egan – Fiery
Eghan – Ardent or little fiery one
Eibhear – Meaning unknown. According to Irish legend this name belonged to two of the sons of Mil, Eibhear Dunn and Eibhear Finn, the first of the Gaels to conquer Ireland
Eibhir – Variant of EIBHEAR
Einion – Anvil
Elgin – Noble, white.
Elgin – Noble or white
Elgine – Noble or white
Elidor – Mythical monk
Eliseo – They are kind and peace loving
Eljin – Freedom provider, one who is noble and white colored
Emrys – Celtic form of Ambrose
Emrys – Immortal
Eoghan – Predominately used in Irish and Scottish. Meaning ‘born of the Yew’.
Eoghann – Young
Eoin – god is good or god’s gift.
Eonan – oath or little seal.
Errigal – the name of an Irish mountain.
Esca – someone who feels strongly for nature.
Escarans – an angel fish or someone strongly attracted towards nature.
Evan – Young warrior
Evan – god has been gracious or stone or right hander or youth.
Evanam – my prayer has been heard.
Ewan – The name Ewan means ‘born from the yew tree’. It is usually used as a masculine name.
Ewyn – Youth
Celtic boy names starting with F
Fachtna – Perhaps means ‘hostile’ in Irish Gaelic. He was the husband of Neasa in Irish legend. Some versions of the legends also have him as the father of Conchobhar
Farrel – Brave
Farrel – A brave and victorious man
Farrell – One who wins
Fearghas – Means ‘man of vigour’, derived from the Gaelic elements fear ‘man’ and gus ‘vigour’. This was the name of several characters in Irish legend including the Ulster hero Fearghas mac Roich
Fearghus – Manly
Fedelmid – Variant of FEIDLIMID
Fedlimid – Variant of FEIDLIMID
Feidhlim – Variant of FEIDLIMID
Feidhlimidh – Variant of FEIDLIMID
Feidlimid – Possibly means ‘beauty’ or ‘ever good’ in Irish Gaelic. This was the name of three early kings of Munster
Felim – Anglicized form of FEIDHLIM
Ferehar – Mythical son of Uisneeh
Ferghus – Strong and manly
Fergie – Diminutive and feminine form of FERGUS
Fergus – Of Celtic origin and meaning ‘Man of Vigor’ the was notably used in Irish legend Warrior Prince Fergus mac Erca.
Ferguson – The son of the rock
Ferris – Rock, highest choice, possibly derived from Fergus or may be an Irish variant of Peter. The name Ferris was brought to prominence by the 1986 movie Ferris Bueller”s Day Off
Fiachra – Derived from Gaelic fiach meaning ‘raven’. In Irish legend Fiachra was one of the four children of Lir transformed into swans for a period of 900 years. This is also the name of the patron saint of gardeners, a 7th-century Irish abbot who settled in France
Fiacra – Eagle
Fiacre – Eagle, Saint Fiacre was an Irish saint who built a hospice in France.
Fiacre – He who is like an eagle
Fin – Derived from the Irish meaning ‘white’ or ‘fair’. Fin is a form of the name Finnley meaning ‘fair warrior’.
Findlay – Originating in Celtic language, Findley is primarily used in English and Scottish and means ‘fair warrior’.
Findley – Meaning ‘fair warrior’, this is a rare boys name and is derived from a common Gaelic surname ‘Fionnlagh’.
Finian – Handsome
Finlay – More commonly a boys name, Finlay means ‘fair warrior’ and is originated in Celtic language.
Finley James – Finley means ‘fair warrior’ amd James means ‘supplanter’.
Finley – Finley means ‘fair warrior’ or ‘fair hero’. It a variation of Finlay.
Finly – The meaning of Finly is ‘fair warrior’ or ‘fair hero’.
Finn – Older Irish form of FIONN. This is also the usual Anglicized spelling of the name. As a surname it is borne by Huckleberry Finn, a character in Mark Twain’s novels
Finnagan – Diminutive of FIONN
Finnan – Older form of FIONNAN
Finnbar – Blond
Finnbar – Blond
Finnegan – From an Irish surname, an Anglicized form of O Fionnagain meaning ‘descendant of Fionnagan’. The name Fionnagan is a diminutive of FIONN. This was the name of a character in James Joyce’s novel ‘Finnegans Wake’ (1939), the title of which was based on a 19th-century Irish ballad called ‘Finnegan’s Wake’
Finnian – Derived from the element ‘fionn’ meaning ‘white’ or ‘fair’.
Finnlay – Varient of the name Finlay meaning ‘fair warrior’.
Finnobarr – Blond
Finnobarr – Blond
Fintan – Possibly means either ‘white fire’ or ‘white bull’ in Irish. According to legend this was the name of the only Irish person to survive the great flood. This name was also borne by many Irish saints
Fion – Variant of FIONN
Fiona – White or fair (latinised version of fionna)
Fionn – From Irish fionn (older Irish finn) meaning ‘fair’ or ‘white’. Fionn mac Cumhail was a legendary Irish hero who became all-wise by eating an enchanted salmon. He fought against the giant Fomors with his son Oisin and grandson Oscar
Fionnan – Diminutive of FIONN. This was the name of an early Irish saint
Fionntan – Modern Irish form of FINTAN
Flemmyng – A man from the Flanders, a communuty settled in a part of Belgium
Flemyng – A citizen, descendant from Flanders
Floyd – Gray
Floyd – It means something gray-colored or gray-haired
Fynbar – Blond
Fynbar – The one who has pale or grey colored hair.
Celtic boy names starting with G
Gale – A Stranger
Gall – Stranger, Saint Gall was one of the numerous seventh-century Irish monks who brought Christianity and learning back to Europe after the Dark Ages.
Gall – Stranger
Gallagher – The one who is very keen to support.
Galvao – Portuguese form of GAWAIN
Galvin – Refers to tiny brownish European song bird.
Galvyn – Sparrow
Galvyn – Sparrow
Garvey – Painful destiny or Excruciating fortune
Garyth – Honest and tender care person.
Gauvain – French form of GAWAIN
Gaven – Refers to snowy aggressor .
Gavin – Medieval form of GAWAIN. Though it died out in England, it was reintroduced from Scotland in the 20th century
Gawain – Meaning uncertain, from the Latin form Walganus used by the 12th-century chronicler Geoffrey of Monmouth. This was the name of a nephew of King Arthur and one of the Knights of the Round Table in Arthurian legend. He can be identified with the earlier Welsh hero Gwalchmei, and it is likely that the name derives from GWALCHMEI. Alternatively it may have a different Celtic or even a Germanic origin. Gawain was a popular hero in medieval stories such as the 14th-century romantic poem ‘Sir Gawain and the Green Knight’
Gawaine – A kind of bird hawk which is white in color.
Gawan – Bird which is having typically short rounded wings and a long tail, and white in color.
Gawanna – One who is like a hawk
Gildas – Gildas is an English male name of Celtic and Welsh origins and it means The Servant of God.
Gilderoy – Gilderoy is male Celtic name and means Son of the Red Head.
Gilligan – The name Gilligan is a male Celtic name. The name means Small Boy and is used in English speaking countries.
Gilmore – Gilmore is a Celtic male name. It means The Servan of Mary.
Gilmour – Gilmour is a male name of Celtic origin. Means Servant of the Virgin Mary.
Glen – Meaning ‘from the valley’, a old Scottish surname.
Glenden – Glenden means From the Dark Glen, From the Dark Valley
Glendin – The name Glendin means From the Dark Valley
Glendon – Glendon name means From the Dark Glen
Glendyn – The name Glendyn means Valley and is a Celtic name
Glenn – From the valley
Glenn – Secluded valley or glen
Glenton – The name Glenton means The Man from the Valley
Glenwood – Glenwood is a male name and means Wood in the Valley
Glifieu – Mythical son of Taran
Glyn – From the valley
Glyn – Secluded valley or glen
Goban – Either means ‘little smith’ from Irish gobha ‘smith’ combined with a diminutive suffix, or else derived from the name of the Irish god GOIBNIU (which is also a derivative of gobha)
Goibniu – Derived from Irish gobha meaning ‘smith’. This was the name of the Irish smith god, a provider of weapons for the Tuatha De Danann. He was also skilled at brewing beer
Goron – The name derives from the Celtic word kawaro and means hero.
Goronwy – Meaning unknown. In the Mabinogion, a collection of tales from Welsh myth, he was the lover of Blodeuwedd. He attempted to murder her husband Lleu Llaw Gyffes but was himself killed
Gorsedd – From Arbeth
Gorsedd – From Arbeth
Govannon – Welsh cognate of GOIBNIU
Graig – This name may derive either from Gregory or Craig, meaning ‘rock’ or ‘vigilant’.
Greg – fierce
Gronw – Variant of GORONWY
Gruddieu – Mythical son of Muriuel
Gus – Short form of AUGUSTUS or ANGUS
Gusti – Gusti means the staff of god or the person who is the part of that group who serves the god.
Gustin – Gusti means the staff of god or the person who is the part of that group who serves the god.
Gusty – Gusti means the staff of god or the person who is the part of that group who serves the god.
Guy – Guide
Gwalchmai – From Arthurian legend
Gwalchmei – Derived from Welsh gwalch ‘hawk’, possibly combined with mei ‘May (the month)’. This is the name of a character in Welsh legend. He is probably the antecedent of Gawain from Arthurian romance
Gwawl – Mythical son of Clud
Gwen – Mythical son of Gwastad
Gwern – Mythical son of Matholwch
Gwern – Mythical son of Matholwch
Gwernaeh – Mythical
Gwri – Of the golden hair
Gwydion – Means ‘born of trees’ in Welsh. In the Mabinogion, Gwydion was the nephew of Math, and like him a powerful magician. He was the uncle of Lleu Llaw Gyffes, for whom he fashioned a wife, Blodeuwedd, out of flowers
Gwynham – Mythical father of Teithi
Celtic boy names starting with H
Harvey James – Harvey means ‘battle worthy’ and James means ‘supplanter’ and ‘Yahweh may protect’.
Harvey – More popular as a boys name, the name means ‘battle worthy’ or ‘warrior.’
Hayes – From a surname, either HAYES (1) or HAYES (2). It was borne by American president Rutherford B. Hayes (1822-1893)
Hearn – Hearn as a boy’s name is of Celtic origin meaning ‘horse-lord’.
Heber – Anglicized form of EIBHEAR
Hedrek – The name is derived from the Celtic word hedr, which means bold.
Hefeydd – Mythical father of Rhiannon
Heilyn – Mythical son of Gwyn
Henbeddestr – Fastest man
Henwas – Mythical brother of Henbeddestr
Heremon – A variant of name Herman and Irving
Herin – Herin as a boy’s name is of Celtic origin meaning ‘horse-lord’.
Herne – Mythical hunter god
Herne – Mythical hunter god
Hines – Celtic – Descendant of Eidhin, A derivative of Hynes
Huarwar – Mythical son of Halwn
Hueil – Legendary son of Caw, enemy of Arthur
Hueil – Mythical son of Caw
Celtic boy names starting with I
Iagan – Variant of Aodhagan, a diminutive of AODH
Iden – Wealthy
Innes – Originated in Scotland, is Anglish version of the Gaelic name ‘Aonghas’ meaning ‘one choice’. Popular as a surname and first name for girls and boys.
Inness – Island
Irven – Sea friend
Irvyn – Sea friend
Celtic boy names starting with J
Jack-Ryan – Jack means ‘protect’, ‘heel’ or ‘supplanter’. Ryan has a meaning of ‘descendant of Rian’. It also means ‘king’ from the Irish word ‘ri’.
Jannon – One with fair hair
Jareth – A gentle one
Joyce – Of the Lord
Celtic boy names starting with K
Kaca – Kaca name means Descendant of the Vigilant One
Kace – Kace means The Descendant of the Vigilant
Kacey – Kacey is a Boy name meaning Descendant of Cathasach
Kadin – It is predominantly used in Arabic and English. In Arabic it means ‘friend, companion’ and in Celtic it means ‘son of Cadan’.
Kaelan – Kealan means Slender
Kaelen – Kaelan means Slender
Kaelin – Kaelin means Rejoicer
Kaidan – Of Celtic origin meaning ‘son of Cadan’ a form of the English name Caden, meaning ‘battle’.
Kaiden – Means ‘Son of Cadan’ from the element cade meaning ’round’.
Kaie – combat
Kail – Kail means The Mighty One
Kalem – Probably a phonetic spelling variant of the name Callum, meaning ‘disciple of Saint Columba’ (dove).
Kallum – Of Celtic origin meaning ‘disciple of Saint Columba’.
Kalum – Dervied from Celtic origin meaning ‘disciple of Saint Columba’. Also a variant form of Malcolm.
Kameron – Kameron is an English and Scottish name meaning ‘crooked’or ‘bent nose’.
Kane – Kane is a shortened version of Cathan, which has an Irish origin. Kane means ‘little battle’ in Celtic.
Kanin – Kanin means Little Anciant One
Karling – Karling means Little Champion
Karney – Fighter
Karryghan – Karryghan means The Admired One
Karsen – The name Karsen means A Follower of Christ
Kase – Son of the warrior, features of the bird.
Kaydan – This name is a variation in spelling of the name Caden which means ‘son of Cad’
Kayden – Derived from Celtic origin meaning ‘son of Cadan’ , which is a version of the Irish Cathan meaning ‘Battle’.
Kaydon – Derived from Celtic origin meaning ‘son of Cadan’ a varient form of Cathan, meaning ‘battle’.
Kaylan – Kaylan means Slender
Kaylem – Probably derived from the name Kylan, meaning ‘narrow’ or ‘slender’.
Kayne – The name Kayne means ‘little battle’. It is a variation of the biblical name Cain which the name of Adam and Eve’s first born son.
Kayson – From Celtic origin meaning ‘coastal rocks’, this name is a variation of the British name Carson.
Keagan – A variant form of the name Keegan meaning ‘descendant of Aodhagan’.
Keaghan – Son of Egan
Kean – Derived from Celtic origin meaning ‘ancient one’, a variant form of the English and Irish Cian.
Keanan – Celtic – Little ancient one, Greek – Man, Manly, Brave, Virility, A variant is Keandre
Keandre – Celtic – Little ancient one, Greek – Man, Manly, Brave, Virility, A variant is Keenan
Keane – Variant of KEAN
Keanne – Derived from Celtic origin meaning ‘ancient one’ it is a variant form of Cian.
Kearney – warrior
Keary – Dark
Keary – Keary name means Dark
Keegan – From an Irish surname, the Anglicized form of the Gaelic Mac Aodhagain, which means ‘descendant of Aodhagan’. The given name Aodhagan is a double diminutive of AODH
Keelan – The name Keelan is derived from the word ‘caol’ which means ‘slender’ or ‘fair’.
Keelen – Keelen means He is a Slender One
Keenan – Anglicized form of CIANAN
Kegan – Small and fiery
Kegan – Variant of KEEGAN
Keian – From the surname meaning ‘ancient one’.
Keir – dark-skinned
Keiran – From the Celtic meaning ‘Dusky, dark-haired’.
Keirnan – Keirnan means Little and Black-Haired
Keiron – Keiron is both a Celtic and Gaelic name that share the meaning ‘dark-haired one’. It is a spelling variation of Kieran
Keiryn – The meaning of the name is Black
Keith – Of Celtic origin meaning ‘forest or windy place’.
Keithan – Keithan means Wind
Kelby – Kalby means Place by the Fountain or Spring
Kellen – Kellen means Slender, Fair
Keller – Keller means Little Champion
Kelley – Kelley means Warrior
Kelly – Kelly means The Brave Warrior
Kelsea – Kelsea means Island of Ships
Keltonn – The name means Town where the Celts are
Kelvan – From the narrow river or river man
Kelven – River man.
Kelven – From the narrow river or river man
Kelvin – From the narrow river or river man
Kelvyn – From the narrow river
Kelvyn – Kelvyn means Man From the Narrow River
Kelwin – The name means From the Small River
Kelwyn – From the narrow river
Kelwyn – From the narrow river or river man
Kely – Kely means Brave Warrior
Kemble – Kemble means From Beside the Water Pipe
Kenadie – The name means Helmeted Chief
Kendal – Valley of the river Kent
Kendall – Valley of the river Kent
Kendhal – From the bright valley
Kendrik – Celtic – High Summit, Greatest Champion, Royal Ruler, Son of Harry, Royal Chieftain.
Keneth – The name means Good-looking and a Handome Man
Kenneally – Kenneally means Head of Wolf
Kenneth – Evolved from the Anglicized form of the Gaelic name Cainneach, meaning ‘fair and firey’.
Kennith – Fair and Fiery, A handsome man
Kenny – Originated in Celtic language, meaning ‘fair and fiery’ and greatest champion. Pet form of Kendall, Kenneth and Kendrick.
Kenric – Celtic – High Summit, Greatest Champion, Royal Ruler, Son of Harry, Royal Chieftain.
Kenrich – Kenrich means Royal Ruler, A Great Champion
Kenrick – Kenrick means The Ruler of Royal Blood
Kenricks – Kenrick means Royal Ruler
Kenricus – The name means Brave Ruler
Kenriek – Kenriek means The Royal one who Rules
Kenrik – Celtic – High Summit, Greatest Champion, Royal Ruler, Son of Harry, Royal Chieftain.
Kenryk – Kenryk means He is Royal and he Rules
Kent – Bright or white
Kentigem – Chief
Kentigern – The name means The Chief Lord
Kera – Ker means Brushwood
Keran – Keran is a form of the name Kieran and means ‘little dark one’ or ‘dark-haired one’.
Kerianne – Kerian means Ready for the Fight
Kerion – One of many spelling variations of the name Kieran, meaning ‘Little dark one’.
Kermit – From a Manx surname, a variant of the Irish surname MacDermott meaning ‘son of DIARMAID’. Theodore Roosevelt used it for one of his sons. The name is now associated with Kermit the Frog, one of the Muppets created by puppeteer Jim Henson
Kermode – Son of Diarmaid
Kerr – The name means Little dark
Kerry – Form of CAROL. manly
Kerryn – Kerry means Dark
Kerwin – The name means Little Black one
Kerwinn – Kerwin means Dark Skinned
Kesar – The name means Small Black One
Kesha – Cassia tree
Keshen – Means God is Gracious
Kevan – Kevan means He is a Gentle Child
Kevani – Kevani means A Gentle Child
Keven – Keven means Beautiful Child
Kevern – Kevern means Handsome Youngster
Kevin – From the Celtic meaning ‘fair’, ‘comely’ and ‘gentle’.
Kevon – Kevon means This Child is Handsome
Kevyn – Kevyn means Attractive One
Keyaan – This name means ‘little battle’ in Celtic and ‘beautiful’ in Welsh.
Keyan – Celtic – Born of the Yew, Greek – Well Born, Noble, A variant of Keon
Keyon – Celtic – Born of the Yew, Greek – Well Born, Noble, A variant of Keon
Kian – Variant of CIAN
Kiaran – Derived from the rare name Ciaran, meaning ‘little dark one, little dark haired one.’
Kiaron – This name is predominantly used in English and Irish and comes from Celtic origin meaning ‘little dark-haired one’.
Kidd – Kidd name means Yew Wood
Kiean – A variant of the name Kian or Cian meaning ‘ancient one’.
Kielan – Derived from Kealan of Celtic origin meaning ‘slender one’.
Kien – Derived from Celtic orign meaning ‘ancient one’ it is a variant spelling of the English and Irish Cian.
Kieran – A popular Irish name , meaning ‘little dark- haired one’.
Kieren – Meaning ‘little dark haired one’.
Kieron – From the Celtic meaning ‘Dusky, dark-haired’.
Kile – Kile means a place-name reffering to the narrows
Kileen – Kileen means Church, Cell
Killean – The name means Blind
Killian – A variant spelling of the name Cillian meaning ‘war’ or ‘strife’.
Kilroy – Kilroy means Son of the Red Haired Youth
Kim – Kim means Noble or Brave
Kimbal – Kimbal as a boy’s name is of Celtic origin, and the meaning of Kimbal is ‘war leader’.
Kimball – Kimball as a boy’s name is pronounced KIM-bul. It is of Celtic origin, and the meaning of Kimball is ‘war leader’.
Kimbel – Kimbel as a boy’s name is of Celtic origin meaning ‘war leader’.
Kimbell – Kimbell as a boy’s name is of Celtic origin meaning ‘war leader’.
Kimble – Kimble as a boy’s name is of Celtic origin, and the meaning of Kimble is ‘war leader’.
Kincaid – Kincaid as a boy’s name is of Celtic origin, and the meaning of Kincaid is ‘battle leader’.
Kinkade – Kinkade as a boy’s name is of Celtic origin, and the meaning of Kinkade is ‘battle leader’.
Kiralescense – The name means Baby born with dark complexion
Kirryn – A dark man, dark complexion
Kirwin – Dark skinned
Kirwyn – Dark skinned
Kodey – Derived from Celtic origin meaning ‘son of the helpful one’ it is an alternative spelling of Cody.
Kodi – It is a variant of the name Cody and means ‘son of Oda, son of Otto, son of Cuidightheach, son of the helpful one’.
Kody – From the Celtic meaning ‘son of the thoughful one’, ‘Kody’ is a popular name in English and is a variant of the name ‘Cody’
Konner – Konner means Hound Lover
Konnor – Konnor means Lover of Hounds
Kule – From Celtic origin meaning ‘narrow, slender’ It is from the elements caol and the name Kyle.
Kunsgnos – Wise
Ky – A water strait, a very narrow passage of water
Kyan – From the Celtic meaning ‘ancient one’, ‘Kyan’ is a variant of the English name ‘Cian’.
Kyden – From the surname meaning ‘son of Caiden’.
Kylan – Derived from Celtic, meaning ‘narrow or slender’.
Kylar – Kylar means A place-name referring to the narrows, a wood or a church.
Kyle – From Celtic origin meaning ‘narrow, slender.’
Kylemore – The name means From the Great Wood
Kylen – Kylen means Wood, Church
Kyler – The name means Shelter
Kylian – Kylian means War,Strife
Kylin – A variant of Kyle which means ‘slender and narrow.’
Kyllion – The name means Victory
Kynan – Kynan means Chief
Kynthelig – Guide
Kyran – Used primarily in the English and Irish languages. It is a variation of the name Kieran (English and Irish) and means ‘little dark one’ or ‘little dark haired one’.
Kyron – Of Celtic origin meaning ‘little dark-haired one’.
Celtic boy names starting with L
Laigh – Laigh means Healer
Lairgnen – Of Connaught
Lann – The one who is good with a Sword
Laoghaire – Modern Irish form of LOEGAIRE
Latrell – King’s property
Leary – Anglicized form of LAOGHAIRE
Lee – Healer, the one with the power to heal
Leigh – A person with the power to heal others
Leofel – Descendent of the lion-like leader
Leolin – Variant of LLYWELYN influenced by Latin leo ‘lion’
Ler – Irish cognate of LLYR. Ler was an Irish god of the sea, the father of Manannan mac Lir
Lesley – A fortress made from grey stone
Lez – Garden of hollies
Lincoln – Settlement by the pool
Lincon – Name for a town near the lake or pond
Lir – Variant of LER based on the genitive case of the name
Litugenus – The one who has a settlement
Lleu – Probably a Welsh form of LUGUS. In the Mabinogion, Lleu Llaw Gyffes is the son of Arianrhod. He was raised by his uncle Gwydion, who helped him overcome the curses that his mother placed upon him
Llew – Variant of LLEU. It can also be a short form of LLEWELYN. It coincides with the Welsh word llew meaning ‘lion’
Llewellyn – Variant of LLEWELYN
Llewelyn – Variant of LLYWELYN influenced by the Welsh word llew ‘lion’
Lloyd – A Welsh name meaning ‘grey’ or ‘grey-haired’. A variation of the English name Floyd.
Llyr – Means ‘the sea’ in Welsh. This was the name of the Welsh god of the sea. He possibly forms the basis for the legendary King Lear of the Britons
Llywellyn – Variant of LLYWELYN
Llywelyn – Possibly a Welsh form of the old Celtic name Lugubelenus, a combination of the names of the gods LUGUS and BELENUS. Alternatively it may be derived from Welsh llyw ‘leader’. This was the name of several Welsh rulers, notably the 13th-century Llywelyn the Great who fought against England
Loegaire – Means ‘calf herder’, derived from Irish loagh ‘calf’. In Irish mythology Loegaire Buadach was an Ulster warrior. He saved the life of the poet Aed, but died in the process. This was also the name of several Irish high kings
Logan – Originally from the Celtic language, Logan is from the word ‘lagan,’ meaning ‘little hollow’. Originally a Scottish family name, is a popular first name now.
Login – Celtic word describing little hollow
Logon – Derived froma Scottish place name which means ‘little hollow’.
Lorcan – Meaning ‘litle fierce one’. An Anglicized version of the name Lorc
Loy – An elderly person with a grey hair, a wise man
Lu – Modern Irish form of LUGH
Lug – Old Irish form of LUGH
Lugaid – Old Irish form of LUGHAIDH
Lugh – Probably an Irish form of LUGUS. In Irish mythology Lugh was a divine hero who led the Tuatha De Danann against the Fomorians who were led by his grandfather Balor. Lugh killed Balor by shooting a stone into his giant eye
Lughaidh – Derived from the name of the Irish god LUGH. This was the name of several characters in Irish legend, including the king Lughaidh mac Con
Lugos – Variant of LUGUS
Lugotorix – King of the light
Lugubelenus – Older form (possibly) of LLYWELYN
Lugus – Probably from early Celtic meaning ‘light’, ultimately from the Indo-European root *leuk ‘light, brightness’. This was the name of a Celtic (Gaulish) god of commerce and craftsmanship, who was equated by the Romans with Mercury. He probably forms the basis for the characters and names of Lugh (Irish) and Lleu (Welsh)
Luxovious – Mythical god of Luxeuil
Luxovious – Mythical god of Luxeuil
Lynch – A seaman, a mariner
Lyolf – A gray elderly man
Celtic boy names starting with M
Mabon – Derived from Welsh mab meaning ‘son’. This was the name of an old Celtic god
Mac – Son Of ..
Maccus – Celtic – Hammer, Latin – Great, A variant of name Magnus
Mack – Celtic name, a son of
Macklin – Son of Flann or form of Mack
Macklin – Son of Flann
Macklyn – The son of Flann
Maclain – The son of John’s servant
Maclovio – Gift of God
Maddock – Beneficent
Maddox – Beneficent
Madoc – A fortunate one, benefactor’s son
Mael – Celtic – Disciple, Chief, Prince
Maerin – One who is bitter
Maeron – Celtic – One who is bitter, A variant is Maeryn
Maeryn – Celtic – One who is bitter, A variant is Maeron
Malchom – A servant or devotee of Saint Columbia
Malcolm – Of Celtic origin meaning ‘disciple of Saint Columba’.
Malvin – Leader
Malvinn – Celtic – Leader, Chief, English – Council-friend, Sword Friend, A variant is Malvynn
Malvyn – Armored chief or ruler
Malvynn – Celtic – Leader, Chief, English – Council-friend, Sword Friend, A variant is Malvinn
Mariner – Lives by the sea
Marlin – Possibly a variant of MERLIN
Marlo – A seahill front
Marmaduke – Celtic – Follower of Maedoc, Welsh – Fortunate, Good.
Marv – Celtic – Friend of the Sea, Marvelous, Sea Lover, A form of Marvin
Marve – Celtic – Friend of the Sea, Marvelous, Sea Lover, A form of Marvin
Marvin – Lives by the sea
Marvin – One who lives by the sea, a mariner
Marvyn – Lives by the sea
Marwin – Celtic – Friend of the Sea, Marvelous, Sea Lover, A form of Marvin
Marwynn – Celtic – Friend of the Sea, Marvelous, Sea Lover, A form of Marvin
Maslorius – A Celtic name given to Boys
Math – Possibly from Celtic matu meaning ‘bear’. According to the Mabinogion, Math ap Mathonwy was a king of Gwynedd and a magician. He was the uncle of the hero Gwydion
Matherson – The some of the one who is like a bear
Mavis – English – Resembling a small bird
Mckile – Celtic – The son Of Kyle, A variant spelling is Mckyle
Mckinley – Son of Finley
Medraut – Welsh form of MORDRED
Medredydd – Mythical son of Medredydd
Medrod – Welsh form of MORDRED
Mellyn – The minimal wonderful one, tiny pleasing one.
Melville – Leader
Melvin – Leader or chief
Melvin – Mill Worker
Melvyn – Leader
Melvyn – Form of MELVIN. Mill Worker
Menw – Mythical a wizard
Menw – Mythical a wizard
Merlan – The fortress which is on the mountain of the ocean.
Merlen – Celtic – Sea Hill Fort, Small Falcon, A variation of the name Merlin
Merlin – Form of the Welsh name Myrddin (meaning ‘sea fortress’) used by Geoffrey of Monmouth in his 12th-century Arthurian tales. Writing in Latin, he likely chose the form Merlinus over Merdinus in order to prevent associations with French merde ‘excrement’…
Merlinn – Celtic – Sea Hill Fort, Small Falcon, A variation of the name Merlin
Merlyn – From the hill over the sea
Merlyn – Variant of MERLIN, sometimes used as a feminine form. It has perhaps been influenced by the Welsh word merlyn meaning ‘pony’
Merlynn – Celtic – Sea Hill Fort, Small Falcon, A variation of the name Merlin
Merrell – Celtic – Sea Bright, Famous, A variant spelling of the name Merrill
Modred – Variant of MORDRED
Mor – In Celtic it means someone who is exceptional. In Irish it refers to a great person
Moray – Celtic – Settlement by the Sea, From an area near the sea, A derivative from Murray
Mordred – From Welsh Medraut, possibly from Latin moderatus meaning ‘controlled, moderated’. In Arthurian legend Mordred was the illegitimate son (in some versions nephew) of King Arthur. Mordred first appears briefly (as Medraut) in the 10th-century ‘Annales Cambriae’, but he was not portrayed as a traitor until the chronicles of the 12th-century Geoffrey of Monmouth. While Arthur is away he seduces his wife Guinevere and declares himself king. This prompts the battle of Camlann, which leads to the deaths of both Mordred and Arthur
Morfran – Mythical ugly demon
Morrow – Morrow as a boy’s name is related to the Celtic name Murrow. The meaning of Morrow is ‘sea warrior’.
Morrowe – Morrowe as a boy’s name is related to the Celtic name Murrow. The meaning of Morrowe is ‘sea warrior’.
Morven – Lives by the sea
Morvyn – Lives by the sea
Moryn – Lives by the sea
Murough – Murough as a boy’s name is related to the Celtic name Murrow. The meaning of Murough is ‘sea warrior’.
Murray – Protects the sea, Children may recognize this name as belonging to Murray, the red-shirted musician of The Wiggles.
Murray – A Scottish surname which was derived from the region in Scotland called Moray. From the elements ‘mor’ which means sea, ‘moray’ which means by the sea.
Murrough – Murrough as a boy’s name is related to the Celtic name Murrow. The meaning of Murrough is ‘sea warrior’.
Murrow – Murrow as a boy’s name is of Celtic origin, and the meaning of Murrow is ‘sea warrior’.
Murry – Lives by the sea
Murtagh – Protects the sea
Mynogan – Mythical father of Beli
Myrddin – Original Welsh form of MERLIN
Celtic boy names starting with N
Naal – A well-known birth that is highly celebrated
Naois – Mythical warrior
Naoise – Meaning unknown, presumably of Gaelic origin. In Irish legend he was the young man who eloped with Deirdre, the beloved of Conchobhar the king of Ulster. Conchobhar eventually succeeded in having Naoise murdered, which caused Deirdre to die of grief
Neal – A Champion
Neale – Champion
Neale – Champion
Nealon – Champion, form of Neil
Nealon – Champion
Nechtan – Celtic name of uncertain meaning, possibly meaning ‘damp’ (cognate with NEPTUNE). In Irish mythology Nechtan was the husband of Boand, the goddess of the River Boyne. This name was also borne by the 5th-century Saint Nectan of Hartland in Devon, who was supposedly born in Ireland. It was also the name of several kings of the Picts
Neel – Neel is a variation of the name Neil and it means ‘champion’, ‘passionate’ or ‘cloud’.
Neely – The great champion of the nation.
Neese – Choice
Neil – Originated in Celtic language, meaning ‘champion’ or ‘cloud’ or ‘passionate’ and was adopted into english language in the 19th century.
Neill – Champion
Nell – Champion
Nels – Chief
Nels – Chief
Nelson – Son of Neil
Nelson – Son of Neil
Nemausus – Mythical god of Nimes
Nevan – The youngest saint or spiritual person.
Nevin – This name is of Celtic origin meaning ‘little saint’ it is derived from the Irish name Naomhan.
Nevyn – The one who does devotion to the saints.
Newlyn – From the new spring
Nial – A variant spelling of the popular name Neil, meaning ‘champion’, ‘cloud’ or ‘passionate’.
Niall – Largely used in Scottish languages, Niall means ‘champion’, ‘cloud’ or ‘passionate’.
Niallan – Champion
Niece – Choice
Nigel – Of Celtic origin meaning ‘champion, passionate’ it is a variant form of Neil.
Nil – A born champion and one from the cloud
Nile – Celtic origin meaning ‘champion, passionate’ a variant of Neil.
Nisien – A mythical son of Euroswydd
Nolan – Of Celtic origin meaning ‘descendant of Nuallain’.
Noland – Noble
Nolen – Famous, celebrity, high class.
Nuada – Possibly means ‘to acquire’ in Celtic. In Irish mythology he was a divine leader of the Tuatha De Danann. After he lost an arm in battle it was replaced with one made from silver. He was later killed in battle against the Fomorii
Nuadha – Variant of NUADA
Nudd – Welsh cognate of NUADA
Nyle – Champion
Nyle – A spelling variant of Neil, Nyle is from Celtic origin meaning ‘champion, passionate’.
Nyles – The wins of the world
Celtic boy names starting with O
Oengus – Old Irish form of AONGHUS
Oisin – Means ‘little deer’, derived from Irish os ‘deer’ combined with a diminutive suffix. In Irish legend Oisin was a warrior hero and a poet, the son of Fionn mac Cumhail
Orin – White
Oscar – God’s spear
Osckar – Jumping fighter
Oscon – An admirer of deer
Osheen – Anglicized form of OISIN
Osian – Derived from Celtic meaning ‘little deer’ used predominantly in the English and Irish languages.
Oskar – Jumping fighter
Osker – Jumping fighter
Ossian – Variant of OISIN used by James Macpherson in his epic poems, which he claimed to have based on early Irish legends
Owain – From the Celtic meaning ‘born of the yew’, ‘Owain’ is predominantly used in Gaelic and Welsh
Owen – Young warrior
Owen – A traditional Welsh name meaning ‘young warrior’ or ‘well born,’ ‘noble.’ The name has surged in popularity since the year 2000. Well-known Owens: actors Clive Owen and Owen Wilson, title character in John Irving’s A Prayer for Owen Meany.
Owin – A young and fearless fighter
Owyn – Young fighter
Celtic boy names starting with P
Parsifal – German form of PERCIVAL
Pembroke – Pembroke as a boy’s name is of Celtic origin, and the meaning of Pembroke is ‘bluff, headland’.
Pembrook – Pembrook as a boy’s name is related to the Celtic name Pembroke. The meaning of Pembrook is ‘bluff’.
Pendragon – Cheif Dragon
Perceval – Variant of PERCIVAL
Percival – Created by the 12th-century French poet Chretien de Troyes for his poem ‘Perceval, the Story of the Grail’. In the poem Perceval was one of King Arthur’s Knights of the Round Table who was given a glimpse of the Holy Grail. The character (and probably the name) of Perceval was based on that of the Welsh hero PEREDUR. The spelling was perhaps altered under the influence of Old French percer val ‘to pierce the valley’
Percy – From an English surname that was derived from the name of a Norman town Perci, which was itself perhaps derived from a Gaulish given name that was Latinized as Persius. The surname was borne by a noble English family, and it first used as a given name in their honour. A famous bearer was Percy Bysshe Shelley (1792-1822), an English romantic poet whose works include ‘Adonais’ and ‘Ozymandias’. This name can also be used as a short form of PERCIVAL
Peredur – Possibly means ‘hard spears’ in Welsh. This was the name of several figures from Welsh mythology. It was later used by the 12th-century chronicler Geoffrey of Monmouth in his Arthurian tales. The character of Percival was probably based on him
Pert – From the thorn bush or thicket
Pert – From the thorn bush or thicket
Perth – From the thorn bush or thicket
Phelan – Wolf
Phelim – Anglicized form of FEIDHLIM
Piran – The patron saint of miners
Powell – Celtic – Son of Howell, A Welsh Surname, Son of the servant of St.Paul.
Pryderi – Care
Pryderi – Means ‘care’ in Welsh. According to Welsh legend this was the name of the son of Pwyll and Rhiannon. A central character in the Mabinogion, he succeeds his father as king of Dyfed, but is ultimately killed in single combat with Gwydion
Pwyll – Meaning unknown. In the Mabinogion, a collection of tales from Welsh mythology, Pwyll is a king of Dyfed who pursues and finally marries Rhiannon
Celtic boy names starting with Q
Quade – One who is born fourth
Quaid – A powerful ruler
Quin – A variant of the name Quinn, this name can mean both ‘wise’ or ‘fifth born son’. It is typically used in both English and Irish.
Quinn – Wise
Quinn – A English and Irish derived from Celtic and Latin origins, ‘Quinn’ means ‘descendant of Cuinn’.
Celtic boy names starting with R
Rafferty – A popular Gaelic surname, meaning ‘prosperity wielder’ .
Reagan – An Irish last name meaning ‘little ruler,’ now used as both a boys’ and girls’ name. It was popularized as a first name by Ronald Reagan’s U.S. presidency. For girls, it’s also a variation on Regan, one of the daughters in Shakespeare’s King Lear.
Reagen – This Celtic name means ‘descendant of Riag
Reaghan – Regal
Regan – A little reagal one
Reghan – A regal baby Boy
Reily – A valiant man
Revelin – Celtic – A form of Rolan, A Form Of Roland
Reyan – Derived from the Celtic name Ryan meaning ‘descendant of Rian’ (meaning ‘little king’).
Rhyland – One who comes wrom the field of rye
Rian – Derived from Celtic origin and is mainly used in the English and Irish languages, meaning ‘little king’.
Rivalin – An old celtic Boy name with uncertain meanng
Roarke – Gaelic – Mighty, Illustrious, Celtic – Famous Champion, A form of Roark
Roary – Meaning either ‘famously powerful’ or ‘red king’, derived from the root ‘ruadh’ meaning ‘red’and ‘ri’ meaning ‘king’.
Rohan – From Celtic origin meaning little ruddy one, little red-haired one
Romaan – Derives from the name Ronan meaning ‘little seal’.
Ronan – Little seal
Ronan – Of Celtic origin meaning little seal
Ronin – A little seal
Ross – Derived from ‘ros’ meaning ‘fame’ popularized in France during the 19th century.
Rowan – Used predominantly in English and Scottish, ‘Rowan’ means ‘little red-haired one’, derived from Celtic. It is also a popular boys name.
Rowen – Meaning ‘ruddy little one’ or ‘little red-haired one’.
Roy – The meaning of the name Roy can either be ‘red-haired’ or ‘king’
Ruairidh – Derived from Celtic origin meaning ‘red king’ it is primarily used in Scottish.
Ruari – A variant spelling of the name Rory, meaning ‘red king’.
Ruaridh – This is a Scottish name that means ‘red king’. The German meaning of the name is ‘famously powerful’.
Ruy – A ruddy, red-haired king
Ryan John – Ryan has a meaning of ‘descendant of Rian’. It also means ‘king’ from the Irish word ‘ri’. John means ‘Yahweh is graceful’, ‘Yahweh is merciful’.
Ryan-James – Ryan comes from Celtic meaning ‘descendant of Rian’ and James of Hebrew origin meaning ‘supplanter or follower’. James is the English form of Jacob.
Ryan-Lee – Meaning ‘descendent of Rian’ and ‘Meadow’.
Ryan – From Celtic origin meaning ‘descendant of Rian,’ the name also means ‘little king.’
Celtic boy names starting with S
Sativola – Name of a saint
Sawyer – Cuts timber
Sciiti – Legendary messenger of Arthur
Scott – Originated as a descriptive term for a Scotsmans, or a nickname for Gaelic-speaking persons from Ireland, now a popular first name.
Setanta – Mythical son of Sualtam
Shae – Meaning ‘admirable’ and is a variant spelling of Shea.
Shay – Meaning Admirable. Also an Arabic word meaning ‘Tea’.
Shaye – Originated in Celtic language meaning ‘admirable’ and is popular for both girls and boys.
Shea – From Celtic origin meaning admirable
Sheamus – One who supplants
Sheehan – Peaceful child
Sheridan – Untamed
Sholto – Old Gaelic name meaning a Teal Duck
Slaine – Means ‘health’ in Irish Gaelic. This was the name of a legendary high king of Ireland
Sloan – One with the nature of a warrior, a fighter in heart
Sloane – Fighter
Sloane – He is a warrior in heart
Sonnagh – A mound or rampart
Sugn – Mythical son of Sugnedudd
Sullivan – From the element ‘s
Celtic boy names starting with T
Tadg – Philosopher, someone who is engaged in philosophy especially as an academic discipline
Tadgh – A poet, Honored by God
Tadhg – Bard, one reciting epics, A mythical a prince of munster
Taliesin – Bard
Taliesin – Bard
Tanguy – Fighter
Taranis – Derived from Celtic taran meaning ‘thunder’, cognate with orr (see THOR). This was the name of the Gaulish thunder god, who was often identified with the Roman god Jupiter
Tarlock – An instigator
Tarmon – Land that belongs to Church
Tavin – A hillslide
Tawnya – A green field
Tchad – One who is a defender and a protector
Teague – A poet or philosopher
Teague – A handsome poet
Teithi – Mythical son of Gwynham
Tennille – The light
Teobaldo – Prince of the people
Terrion – A variant of Tyrone with Greek and Celtic origins meaning soldier or ‘Land of Owen.’
Teyrnon – Regal
Thornleigh – A meadow with thorns
Thurl – A mighty fort
Tiernay – Regal
Tincommius – A big fish, a King from Belgic tribe
Tory – Originally a surname derived from a place name, meaning ‘man from the low hills’ or ‘from the craggy hills’. May also be a pet form of the name Victor, meaning ‘conqueror’.
Trahern – As strong as the iron, incredibly strong
Tramain – Tramain as a boy’s name is related to the Celtic name Tremain. The meaning of Tramain is ‘town built with stone’.
Tramaine – Tramaine as a boy’s name is related to the Celtic name Tremain. The meaning of Tramaine is ‘town built with stone’.
Tramayne – Tramayne as a boy’s name is related to the Celtic name Tremain. The meaning of Tramayne is ‘town built with stone’.
Travers – Strong as iron
Tremain – Tremain as a boy’s name is pronounced tre-MAYNE. It is of Celtic origin, and the meaning of Tremain is ‘town built with stone’.
Tremaine – Tremaine as a boy’s name is related to the Celtic name Tremain. The meaning of Tremaine is ‘town built with stone’.
Tremayne – Tremayne as a boy’s name is related to the Celtic name Tremain. The meaning of Tremayne is ‘town built with stone’.
Trenton – From the town encircled by stone
Treston – An agitated voice of the crowd, confused, riot
Trevet – One who is from the mouth or three hills
Tristam – Tristam as a boy’s name is related to the Celtic name Tristan.
Tristan – Tristan is one of those dashing names that can evoke longing, joy or melancholy, depending on the circumstance. To some, Tristan sounds like “triste,” the French and Spanish word for “sad.” In medieval literature, Tristan was the heroic and ill-fated knight of Tristan and Isolde, a tragic romance that was later turned into an opera by Wagner. Variations include Tristen and Tristian. Chris Hemsworth named one of his twin sons Tristan in 2014.
Tristen – Derived from Celtic origin meaning ‘riot, tumult’ or from the Latin for ‘sorrow’ and ‘sad’. Tristen was one of the knights of the Round Table.
Tristian – Derived from the name ‘Drust’ and from the Latin ‘tristis’ meaning ‘sad ‘ or ‘sorrowful’. A variant of Tristan, who was one of the knights of the Round Table.
Tristin – Full of sorrows, a variant of Tristam. In Arthurian Legend, Tristan was a knight of the Round Table and tragic hero of the medieval tale Tristram and Isolde.
Tristin – Tristin as a boy’s name (also used as a girl’s name), is related to the Celtic name Tristan.
Triston – Triston as a boy’s name is of Celtic origin, and the meaning of Triston is ‘noise, sorrowful, or sad’.
Tristram – Tristram as a boy’s name is related to the Celtic name Tristan.
Tristyn – Tumult, outcry. From the Celtic name Tristan. In Arthurian legend Tristan was a Knight of the Round Table and tragic hero of the medieval tale Tristram and Isolde.
Triton – Tumult, outcry. From the Celtic name Tristan. In Arthurian legend Tristan was a Knight of the Round Table and tragic hero of the medieval tale Tristram and Isolde.
Trosta – A tumult or an outcry, Knight
Trystan – Trystan as a boy’s name (also used as a girl’s name), is related to the Celtic name Tristan.
Turi – Bear
Tuur – Dutch and Limburgish short form of ARTHUR
Tye – Derived from the Celtic meaning ‘land of Eoghan’ and the English ‘son of Ty’. ‘Tye’ is a pet form of the name ‘Tyson’
Tyhan – A modern name combining the celtic ‘ty’ meaning ‘son of’ with the Vietnamese name ‘Han’ meaning Ocean. Part of a trend in the USA of creating cross cultural sounding names.
Tyree – Land, earth
Tyreese – One of many modern names combining the Celtic element ‘Ty’ meaning ‘son of’ with another name, in this case Reese meaning ‘ardor’ or ‘enthusiasm’.
Tyrion – This name is a variation on ‘Tyrone,’ meaning one who is from the Land of Eoghan, which is also known as County Tyrone in Ireland.
Tyron – Of Celtic origin meaning ‘land of Eoghan’ (meaning ‘born of the yew tree’) it is a variant spelling of the English and Irish name Tyrone.
Tyrone – Meaning ‘land of eoghan’ meaning ‘born of the yew’.
Celtic boy names starting with U
Ulfred – Jewel of the sea
Urien – Means ‘privileged birth’ from Celtic orbo ‘privileged’ and gen ‘birth’. In Welsh legend and Arthurian romances Urien is a king of Gore and the husband of Morgan le Fay
Uther – From the Welsh name Uthyr, derived from Welsh uthr ‘terrible’. In Arthurian legend Uther was the father of King Arthur. He appears in some early Welsh texts, but is chiefly known from the 12th-century chronicles of Geoffrey of Monmouth
Uthyr – Welsh form of UTHER
Celtic boy names starting with V
Varden – From the green hill
Vardon – From the green hill
Varian – From the green hill
Varik – From the green hill
Varney – From the alder grove
Varun – From the alder grove
Vaughan – small
Vaughn – Small
Vivian – From the Latin name Vivianus, which was derived from Latin vivus ‘alive’. Saint Vivian was a French bishop who provided protection during the Visigoth invasion of the 5th century. It has been occasionally used as an English (masculine) name since the Middle Ages. In modern times it is also used as a feminine name, in which case it is either an Anglicized form of BEBINN or a variant of VIVIEN (2)
Celtic boy names starting with W
Walganus – Latin form of GAWAIN
Weylin – Son of the wolf
Weylyn – Son of the wolf
Whistler – Son of the wolf
Winsor – White or fair
Wynne – Fair
Wynter – White or fair, light-skinned, also a familiar form of Guinevere, Gweneth and similar names
Celtic boy names starting with Y
York – from the farm of yew trees
Yspaddaden – Mythical father of Olwyn
Celtic boy names starting with Z
Zayden – Little fire