You don't have to actually be Irish to give your baby an Irish name.
Contrary to popular opinion, you don't have to actually be Irish to give your baby an Irish name. In addition to being totally unique, Irish baby names tend to have beautiful meanings as well. Sure, your friends and family (and your child’s future classmates) may struggle a bit with the pronunciation and spelling, but once they learn not to pronounce these names phonetically, other parents-to-be will no doubt be stealing your child’s name for their own.
If you want your child to share a name with an eminent writer, artist, actor, or a member of One Direction, a classic Irish name is the way to go. They may not be as well recognized as other classic baby names, but at least in Ireland, you’re probably more likely to meet a Saiorse than a Charlotte. Give your child a name they’ll treasure forever with one of these 15 beautiful Irish baby names.
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