Gaelic Baby Names, Names of Old Gaelic or Scottish Gaelic Origin

Gaelic Baby NamesOld Gaelic is the oldest form of the Goidelic languages, it is the ancestor of Modern Irish, Manx, and Scottish Gaelic. Scottish Gaelic or Scots Gaelic, sometimes also referred to simply as Gaelic or the Gaelic, is a Celtic language native to the Gaels of Scotland. Most of modern Scotland was once Gaelic-speaking, as evidenced especially by Gaelic-language place names. Here comes our collection of Gaelic baby names for boys or girls, check out the below list and select your favorite names for your babies.



Baby NameMeaningGender
AaronHigh MountainMale
AdairFrom The Ford By The Oak TreesMale
AdenVariant Of Aiden.Male
AdhamhOf The EarthMale
AibhlinIrish/Gaelic Form Of Evelyn (Hazelnut?) Or Helen (Light).Female
AidanIrish/Gaelic Name Meaning "Fire" Or "Little Fire." Variants Include Adan, Adeen, Aden, Aideen, Aiden.Female
AidenFiery.Male
Ailbhe"Noble, Bright." Variants Include Alva, Alvy, Elva, Elvy AILEENFemale
AileanHandsomeMale
AilisNoble Or HonestFemale
AimilGaelic Form Of Amelia (Industrious)Female
AindreasManlyMale
AineFire Or JoyFemale
AingealagAngelFemale
AislinnIrish/Gaelic Name Meaning "Vision; Dream."Variants Include Aislin, Aisling, Ashling, Isleen.Female
AithneFireFemale
AlasdairDefender Of Mankind. Variant Of AlexanderMale
AllenHandsomeMale
AlpinBlondMale
AlvaExaltedMale
AnnaArthur's SisterFemale
AodhSpiritMale
AodhanFireMale
AoibheannFairFemale
AoifeIrish Form Of Eve Gives LifeFemale




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