Irish and Gaelic baby names are climbing the ranks in popularity! Check out these popular Celtic names for boys and girls, and find the perfect one for your lucky bundle of joy.
This little girl's name, pronounced "Shiv-awn," is a popular name in Ireland and means "God is gracious." Some English versions include Chevonne and Shavon.
Pronounced "Key-in," this boy's name means "ancient" and "enduring." English versions include Kean, Keane, and Kane.
The letters "m" and "h" combine to sound like "vee," and this pretty girl's name is pronounced "Nee-iv" or "Neev." It means "radiance, luster, and brightness," making it a sweet choice for your little ray of sunshine.
Pronounced "Sear-sha," this unique girl's name means "freedom" and "liberty," and is fairly new — it has only been used as a name since around the 1920s.
This pretty and unique girl's name is pronounced "Kee-va," and means "gentle, beautiful, and precious." Some English spelling variations include Keeva and Keva.
Oisin, pronounced "Osh-een," is named for a legendary warrior and goddess and means "little deer." This boy's name has become very popular in Ireland
Also spelled Maeve, this girl's name is pronounced "May-v." It means "the cause of great joy," making it the perfect name for your little lass.