100 most popular Gaelic and Irish first names and meanings: an A-Z list

There are hundreds upon hundreds of uniquely Irish first names, with their own specific meaning or origin. Some will be familiar and some will be rare.

Many of these names derive their meaning from ancient Irish mythology, while others have evolved from words and phrases within the Irish language.

If you have an Irish first name, do you know its meaning? And its Gaelic versus English-language equivalent? Have a look at this list of the top 100 Irish first names for both males and females, listed alphabetically.

Top 100 Irish first names: A-B

1. Aine – Aine in English

Aine is a beautiful Gaelic name, which means ‘radiance’, ‘splendour’, or ‘brilliance’.

Some famous people called Aine are Irish radio broadcaster Áine Lawlor, actress Aine Ni Mhuiri, and Irish footballer Áine O’Gorman.

2. Aisling – Ashling in English

Aisling is one of the most popular Irish first names.
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The stunning Irish girl name Aisling is pronounced exactly the same in English despite the variation in spelling. Its whimsical sound means it is no surprise that it means ‘dream’ or ‘vision’.

One of the most famous people to go by the name Aisling is comedian and actress Aisling Bea.

3. Aodh – Hugh in English

Aodh, which translates as Hugh in English, is a popular boy name in Ireland. Its strong meaning, ‘fire’, means its a name to be proud of.

The most well-known Irish Hughs or Aodhs are the Earl of Tyrone Hugh O’Neill and Red Hugh, or Aodh Ruadh O’Donnell, the Earl of Tyrconnell.

4. Aodhan – Aiden in English

Similar to Aodh, Aodhan means ‘little fiery one’ or ‘born of fire’ and translates as Aiden in English.

American soccer player Aodhan Quinn is one of the most famous people with the name Aodhan.

5. Aoibhinn – Aoibhinn in English

This beautiful girl name has no direct translation in English but its meaning is perfect: ‘pleasant’ or ‘beautiful’.

Mathematician Aoibhinn Ní Shúilleabháin and actress Aoibhinn McGinnity are two of the most well known people with this name.

6. Aoife – Eve or Eva in English

It means ‘beautiful and radiant’ and in Irish mythology, Aoife is known as the greatest warrior woman in the world.

American singer-songwriter Aoife O’Donovan is the most famous person with the name Aoife.

7. Bébinn – Bevin in English

Bébinn, or Bevin in English, is one of the most gorgeous Gaelic names to call a baby girl. Meaning ‘fair lady’, we can think of worse things we could be called!

10th-century Queen of Thomond Bé Binn inion Urchadh is the most famous Bébinn.

8. Berach – Barry in English

Berach translates as Barry in English. It is derived from the Irish ‘biorach’ and means ‘sharp’.

It was the name of a 6th-century Irish saint, Saint Berach of Termonbarry.

9. Blathnaid – Florence in English

Blaithnaid is the beautiful Irish version of the popular name Florence, which means ‘blooming’ or ‘blossoming’.

Television presenters Blathnaid Treacy and Bláthnaid Ní Chofaigh are two of the most well-known people with the name Blathnaid.

10. Bran – Bran in English

This Gaelic boy name has no direct translation in English, but it derives from Welsh Gaelic and translates as ‘raven’.

American designer and inventor Bran Ferren is one of the most famous people with the name Bran.

Top 100 Irish first names: B-C

11. Brian – Brian in English

Brain May of the rock band Queen.
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This Gaelic name has no direct translation in English but is one of the most popular Irish first names globally. The meaning of this name is ‘high’, ‘noble’, and ‘strong’.

Brian May, guitarist for the rock band Queen, is one of the most famous people with the name Brian.

12. Brigid – Bridget in English

The Irish girl name Brigid varies slightly in its spelling when translated to English to become the popular name Bridget.

Meaning ‘exalted one’, this is a great name to call your baby girl.

Brigid of Kildare is one of Ireland’s patron saints alongside Saint Patrick and Saint Columba.

13. Bronagh – Bronagh in English

This beautiful Gaelic girl name is one of the most popular throughout Ireland and globally. However, its meaning is not so cheery as it actually means ‘sad’ or ‘sorrowful’.

Northern Irish actress Bronagh Waugh is one of the most well-known people with the name Bronagh.

14. Cairbre – Carbrey in English

Meaning charioteer, Cairbre is a great Irish boy name.

Translating as Carbrey in English, the third-century High King of Ireland Cairbre Lifechair is one of the most prominent figures to be called Cairbre.

15. Caoilfhionn – Keelin in English

This beautiful Irish girl name derives from the Gaelic words ‘caol’ meaning ‘slender’ and ‘fionn’ meaning ‘fair’. In English, it translates as Keelin.

Musician Caoilfhionn Rose and actress Caoilfhionn Dunne are two of the most well-known people with this name.

16. Caolan – Keelan in English

The male version of Caoilfhionn, Caolan is one of the most popular Irish boy names. Similarly to Caoilfhionn, Caoloan also means ‘slender’.

Irish footballers Caolan Mooney and Caolan McAleer are two of the most well-known people with the name Caolan.

17. Caoimhe – Keeva in English

Meaning ‘gentle’, ‘beautiful’, or ‘precious’, Caoimhe is one of the most beautiful and popular Irish girl names.

Human rights campaigner, educator, and filmmaker Caoimhe Butterly is one of the most well-known people with this name.

18. Caoimhín – Kevin in English

Caoimhín is the Gaelic version of the popular English name Kevin. It means ‘comely birth’.

Irish footballer Caoimhín Kelleher is one of the most famous people with this name.

19. Cara – Cara in English

Cara is one of the most popular Irish first names.
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Cara is one of the Irish names that has become globally popular over recent years. Its a great name for a baby girl as it means ‘a friend’.

English model and actress Cara Delevingne is one of the most famous people with the name Cara.

20. Cathair – Cahir in English

Cathair is a popular name from Irish history and mythology. The English version of this Irish boy name is Cahir and it means ‘battle man’.

High King of Ireland Cathair Mór is one of the most prominent figures with this name.

Top 100 Irish first names: C

21. Cathal – Cathal in English

Cathal is a popular Irish boy name that means ‘strong in battle’. The perfect name for a baby boy!

Irish revolutionary and republican politician Cathal Brugha is the most well-known person with this name.

22. Cian – Kian in English

Cian, or Kian in English, is a popular boy name, which means ‘ancient’ or ‘enduring’.

Pop singer Cian Morrin is the most well-known person with this name.

23. Ciara – Kiera or Keara in English

RnB singer Ciara.
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Ciara, meaning ‘dark’, is a beautiful Irish girls name that translates in English as Kiera or Keara.

R&B singer Ciara is the most famous person with this name.

24. Ciaran – Kieran in English

The male version of Ciara is Ciaran, or Kieran in English, and it means ‘little dark one’.

Actor Ciaran Hinds is the most famous person with this name.

25. Cillín – Cillian in English

Cillín, or Cillian in English, is an Irish boy name, which means ‘war’, ‘strife’, or ‘bright-headed’.

Actor Cillian Murphy is the most famous person with this name.

26. Cliodhna – Cleena in English

Coming from the Gaelic word, ‘clodagh’ meaning ‘shapely’, Cliodhna is a very popular Irish girl name.

Irish rugby union player Cliodhna Moloney is one of the most well-known Cliodhnas.

27. Clodagh – Cloda in English

Named after the River Clodagh (Clody River), which runs through Tipperary and Wexford, Clodagh is a popular and beautiful Irish girl name.

Northern Irish singer Clodagh Rogers is one of the most well-known people of this name.

28. Cailean – Collin in English

Cailean, meaning ‘cub’ or ‘puppy’, translates as Collin in English.

Cailean Mór Caimbeul, otherwise known as Sir Colin Campbell Earl of Argyll, is the most prominent person with the name Cailean.

29. Colm – Colum in English

Colm is the Irish version of the Latin name Columba, which means dove. It is a very popular name throughout Ireland.

Irish professional golfer Colm Moriarty is the most famous person with this name.

30. Comhghall – Cole in English

Comhghall, meaning ‘joint pledge’, translates into English as Cole.

Artist Comhghall Casey is the most well-known person with this name.

Top 100 Irish first names: C-D

31. Conal – Conal in English

Conal is a popular Irish boy name, which means ‘strong wolf’.

Irish comedian Conal Gallen is one of the most well-known people by this name.

32. Conan – Conan in English

Conan is one of the most popular Irish first names.
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Similarly to Conal, this Irish boy name Conan means ‘hound’, ‘wolf’, or ‘swift-footed warrior’.

The most famous person with this name is American talk-show host Conan O’Brien.

33. Conchúr – Conor in English

Conchúr, or Conor in English, has a similar meaning to both Conal and Conan. Conchúr means ‘lover of hounds’ or ‘high desire’.

The Irish name of Irish professional mixed martial artist and boxer Conor McGregor is Conchúr Antóin Mac Gréagóir.

34. Cormac – Charles in English

The Irish boy name Cormac translates to English as Charles and means ‘son of defilement’.

American novelist Cormac McCarthy is the most famous person with this name.

35. Craig – Craig in English

Craig means ‘rock’ and comes from the Irish word ‘carraig’.

British singer-songwriter Craig David is the most famous person with this name.

36. Cronan – Cronan in English

The Irish name Cronan is the same in English and means ‘brown’ or ‘dark-skinned’.

Saint Crónán was the abbot-bishop and patron of the diocese of Roscrea in the seventh-century.

37. Dáire – Dara in English

Dáire, or Dara in English, means ‘fruitful’ or ‘fertile’. Dáire was a popular name in Irish mythology with figures such as Irish cattle lord Dáire mac Fiachna having the name.

Irish comedian and television presenter Dara O’Brien is the most famous person with this name.

38. Daithí – David in English

Daithí, or David in English, is a popular Irish boy name, which means ‘swiftness’ or ‘nimbleness’.

The most well-known person called Daithí is musician Daithí Ó Drónaí.

39. Daniel – Daniel in English

Daniel is one of the most popular Irish first names.
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The name Daniel is the same in Irish and English, and it means ‘God is my judge’.

Famous Daniels include actors Daniel Radcliffe and Daniel Craig.

40. Darragh – Darragh in English

Darragh is a popular name in Ireland, which is the same when translated to English. It means ‘dark oak’ or ‘oak tree’.

Irish equestrian Darragh Kenny is the most well-known person with this name.

Top 100 Irish first names: D-E

41. Dearbhla – Dervla in English

Dearbhla is a very popular girl name in Ireland. ‘Dearbh’ means ‘truth’ and ‘ail’ means ‘loveliness or desire’, so the name implies ‘true desire’.

Irish actress Dearbhla Molloy is the most well-known person with this name.

42. Deirbhile – Dervla in English

Deirbhile, which also translates as Dervla in English, means ‘daughter of a poet’.

Sixth-century anchoress and founder of Inis Cethig, Saint Dearbhile, is the most prominent person with this name.

43. Diarmuid – Dermot in English

Diarmuid, or Dermot in English, means ‘without enemy’. It is a very popular name in Ireland.

Demigod of Irish mythology Diarmuid Ua Duibhne is the most prominent person with this name.

44. Doireann – Darren in English

Doireann translates into English as Darren, and it means ‘sullen’ or ‘tempestuous’.

Irish actress Doireann Garrihy is the most famous person with this name.

45. Domhnall – Donal in English

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Domhnall translates into English as Donal. A strong name, it means ‘ruler of the world’.

The most famous person with this name is Irish actor Domhnall Gleeson.

46. Donnchadh – Donnacha in English

Donnachadh, or Donnacha in English, means ‘brown-haired warrior’.

Irish footballer Donnchadh Walsh is one of the most well-known people with this name.

47. Ó Eidirsceóil – Driscoll in English

Ó Eidirsceóil, or Driscoll in English, means ‘descendant of the messenger’.

There are no famous people with this first name.

48. Eabha – Eve in English

The gorgeous Irish girl name Eabha translates as Eve in English and means ‘life’. In 2019, Eabha was the 15th most popular name in Ireland.

Éabha McMahon, Irish Sean Nós singer and part of the group Celtic Woman, is one of the most well-known people with this name.

49. Eachann – Hector in English

Eachann, which translates as Hector in English, means ‘brown horse’.

Eachann Mac Goraidh MacAlasdair was the 6th of Loup, Chief of Clan MacAlister in the 17th-century.

50. Eimear – Emer in English

Eimear, or Emer in English, is a very popular Irish girl name. According to Irish mythology, Eimear was the wife of Irish legend Cuchullain.

Irish singer Eimear Quinn is the most well-known person with this name.

Top 100 Irish first names: E-F

51. Eireann – Erin in English

Eireann translates as Erin in English and means ‘Ireland’.

American legal clerk Erin Brockovich is the most famous person with the name Erin.

52. Eithne – Enya in English

Eithne is one of the most popular Irish first names.
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Eithne, or Enya in English, is a popular Irish girl name, which means ‘kernel of the nut or seed’.

Irish singer Enya’s birth name was Eithne Pádraigín Ní Bhraonáin.

53. Eoin – John in English

Eoin translates as John in English and means ‘young’.

Irish scholar Eoin MacNeill and author Eoin Colfer are two of the most well-known people with the name Eoin.

54. Eoghan – Owen in English

Eoghan is the Irish version of Owen and means ‘born from the yew tree’.

Irish singer and X-Factor contestant Eoghan Quigg is the most well-known person with this name.

55. Faolán – Fillin in English

The Irish name Faolán is perfect for a baby boy as it means ‘little wolf’. The English version of the name is Fillin.

Irish writer and genealogist Faolan Mac an Ghabhann na Sceal is one of the most prominent figures with this name.

56. Fearghal – Fergal in English

Fearghal is a popular Irish boy name, which means ‘brave and courageous’. Its equivalent in English is Fergal.

Northern Irish singer Fearghal Sharkey is one of the most well-known people with this name.

57. Fearghas – Fergus in English

The Gaelic name Fearghas, or Fergus in English, means ‘man of vigour’.

There are no famous people with this name.

58. Fiadh – Fiadh in English

Fiadh is the fastest-rising girl name in Ireland and it is easy to see why – this name is beautiful. Deriving from the Irish name for wildlife, ‘fiadhúrla’, Fiadh means wild.

There are no famous people with the name Fiadh… yet.

59. Fiona – Fiona in English

Fiona is one of the most popular Irish girl names and it means ‘fair’, ‘white’, and ‘beautiful’.

American singer-songwriter Fiona Apple is the most famous person with the name Fiona.

60. Fionn – Finn in English

Fionn, or Finn in English, is a popular Irish boy name. It means ‘fair-headed’, ‘white’, or ‘clear’, and refers to the legendary Irish mythological figure Fionn MacCumhaill, leader of ‘Na Fianna’.

Actor Fionn Whitehead is one of the most well-known people with this name.

Top 100 Irish first names: F-M

61. Fionnuala – Finola in English

Fionnuala is a popular Irish girl name that translates as Finola in English and means ‘fair shoulder’.

Famous Fionnualas include Irish actress Fionnuala Flanagan and Irish Olympic runner Fionnuala McCormack.

62. Flaithrí – No translation in English

Flaithrí is a beautiful Irish name that has no English translation. It means ‘king of princes’.

Irish singer and harpist Fláithrí Ó Corcrán is the most well-known person with this name.

63. Garbháin – Garvin in English

Garvin is the English equivalent of the Gaelic name Garbháin, which means ‘little rough one’.

The most famous person with this name is the seventh-century Saint Garbháin.

64. Grainne – Grace in English

Grainne translates as Grace in English. It means ‘grain’ or ‘corn’; in ancient Ireland, Grainne was the goddess of these.

Famous Grainnes include Irish camogie player Grainne McGoldrick, Irish composer Gráinne Mulvey, and Irish swimmer Gráinne Murphy.

65. Cillian – Killian in English

Irish actor Cillian Murphy.
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Cillian, or Killian in English, means ‘associated with the church’.

The most famous person with the name Cillian is Irish actor Cillian Murphy.

66. Laoise – Leesha in English

Laoise, which translates as Leesha in English, is a popular Gaelic girl name. It means ‘radiant girl’.

The name Laoise is the feminine form of Lugus, the Celtic god of commerce and craftsmanship.

67. Uilliam – Liam in English

Uilliam translates in English as Liam and means ‘strong-willed warrior and protector’.

There are no famous people with the name Uilliam, however its English equivalent is very popular with Irish actor Liam Neeson, singer Liam Payne, and Australian actor Liam Hemsworth calling the name their own.

68. Lorcán – Lorcan in English

Lorcán, or Lorcan in English, means ‘silent’ or ‘fierce’.

Irish actor Lorcan Cranitch is one of the most well-known people with this name.

69. Mairead – Margaret in English

Mairead, or Margaret in English, means ‘pearl’, and is a very popular name in Ireland.

Famous Maireads include violinist Mairead Nesbitt and singer Mairead Carlin.

70. Meabh – Maeve in English

The English version of the Irish name Meabh is Maeve, which means ‘intoxicating’. Irish legend says Meabh was the warrior queen of Connacht.

One of the most famous people with the name Maeve is the author Maeve Binchy.

Top 100 Irish first names: N-P

71. Naomh – Neeve in English

Naomh, or Neeve in English, is a beautiful Irish girl name, which means ‘holy’ or ‘saint’.

Saint Brigit would be Naomh Bríd or Naomh Bríde, and there are many GAA clubs across Ireland with Naomh in their name.

72. Naomhán – Nyvian in English

The beautiful Irish name Naomhán translates as Nyvian in English. It means ‘little saint’.

There are no famous people with the name Naomhán.

73. Nessa – Nessa in English

Nessa is a beautiful Gaelic name, which is the same in English. It means ‘rough’ or ‘not gentle’.

The most well-known person with the name Nessa is Tik Tok star Nessa Barrett.

74. Niall – Niall in English

Niall is a Gaelic boy name that translates as the same in English. It is a strong name meaning ‘champion’, ‘passionate’, or ‘vehement’.

Scottish-American historian Niall Ferguson is the most famous person with the name Niall.

75. Niamh – Nieve in English

Niamh, or Nieve in English, is a very popular name across Ireland, and it means ‘radiance’ or ‘brightness’.

The most famous person with the name Niamh is television actress Niamh Blackshaw.

76. Odhran – Oran in English

Odhran, or Oran in English, means ‘little pale green one’. It is a very popular boy name in Ireland.

Saint Odran was the disciple of Saint Patrick and the first Christian martyr in Irish history.

77. Oisin – Oisin in English

Oisin is another very popular boy name across Ireland. Translating as the same in English, it means ‘little deer’. In Irish mythology, Oisin was son of legendary warrior Fionn MacCumhaill.

Irish hurler Oisin Gough is the most well-known person with this name.

78. Oonagh – Una in English

Oonagh is one of the most popular Irish first names.
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Oonagh translates into English as Oonagh, and means ‘lamb’. It is a very popular Gaelic girl name. In Irish mythology, Oonagh was Queen of the fairies and the wife of Fionn MacCumhaill.

Singer and member of The Saturdays Una Healy is the most famous person with this name.

79. Orfhlaith – Orla in English

Orfhlaith translates as Orla in English. It means ‘golden princess’ or ‘golden sovereign’ making it the perfect name for a baby girl.

Actress Orla Brady is the most well-known person with this name.

80. Padraig – Patrick in English

Padraig, which translates as Patrick in English, is one of the most popular boy names in Ireland thanks to the country’s patron saint.

As well as Saint Patrick, famous Patricks include actors Patrick Stewart, Patrick Swayze, and Patrick Dempsey.

Top 100 Irish first names: P-S

81. Rian – Ryan in English

Rian is a popular boys name in Ireland, which translates as the popular name Ryan in English. It means ‘little king’ or ‘kingly’.

American film director, screen writer, and producer Rian Johnson is the most famous person with this name.

82. Rionach – Riona in English

Rionach is a beautiful Gaelic girl name meaning ‘Queenly’. It translates into English as Riona.

In Irish legend, Rionach was the wife of Niall of the Nine Hostages.

83. Roisín – Roisin in English

Roisin is one of the most popular Irish girl names, and it means ‘little rose’.

Irish singer-songwriter Róisín Murphy is one of the most famous people with this name.

84. Rónán – Ronan in English

Irish singer Ronan Keating.
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Rónán, or Ronan in English, means ‘little seal’.

The most famous people with this name are Irish singer Ronan Keating and American journalist Ronan Farrow.

85. Ruairi – Rory in English

Ruari is a popular Irish name that translates as Rory in English. It means ‘red-haired king’.

Northern Irish golfer Rory McIlroy is one of the most well-known people with this name.

86. Sadhbh – Sadhbh in English

Sadhbh, pronounced SAH-eev, is a beautiful Irish girl name that means ‘sweet’, ‘lovely’, or ‘wise’.

The most famous person with this name is rock musician Sadhbh O’Sullivan.

87. Saoirse – Saoirse in English

Saoirse is one of the most popular Irish first names.
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Saoirse is a popular name across Ireland that has grown in global popularity over recent years thanks to its appearance in Hollywood. This beautiful girl name means ‘freedom’.

The most famous person with this name is Irish-American actress Saoirse Ronan.

88. Seamus – James in English

Seamus, which translates as the popular name James in English, derives from Jacob.

Irish poet Seamus Heaney is the most famous person with this name.

89. Seán – Sean in English

Seán, or Sean in English, is a very popular boy name in Ireland and across the world. It means ‘God is gracious’ or ‘wise and old’.

One of the most famous Seans is Scottish actor Sean Connery.

90. Senan – Senan in English

Senan is the same in English and Irish. It means ‘little wise person’, ‘old’, or ‘ancient’.

St. Senan was a founder of monasteries throughout Ireland, the ruins of which can still be seen today.

Top 100 Irish first names: S-Z

91. Shannon – Shannon in English

Shannon, which is the same in English, is a very popular girl name in Ireland and across the world. ‘Sion’ means ‘wise’ and ‘abhainn’ means ‘river’, hence the River Shannon in Ireland.

American actress and model Shannon Elizabeth is the most famous person with this name.

92. Siobhán – Shavon in English

Siobhán is a popular girl name in Ireland that means ‘God is gracious’. Its English equivalent is Shavon.

The most famous person with this name is actress Siobhán Sweeney.

93. Sinead – Shauna in English

Singer Sinead O'Connor.
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Sinead, or Shauna in English, is a very popular Irish girl name meaning ‘God is gracious’.

The most famous person with this name is singer and activist Sinead O’Connor.

94. Siobhan – Chevonne in English

Siobhan, or Chevonne in English, means ‘God has been gracious or full of charm’.

Actress Chevonne Hughes is the most famous person with this name.

95. Sorcha – Sorcha in English

Sorcha is a beautiful Irish girl name that means ‘brightness’ or ‘radiant’.

Actress Sorcha Cusack is the most famous person with this name.

96. Tadhg – Tadhg in English

Tadhg is a very popular boy name in Ireland that is notoriously difficult to pronounce. It is pronounced like ‘tiger’ without the ‘r’ at the end. It means ‘poet’ or ‘bard’.

Writer Tadhg Ó Cianáin is the most prominent figure with this name.

97. Tiernan – Tiernan in English

The popular Irish boy name Tiernan is perfect for a baby boy as it means ‘little lord’.

The most prominent person with this name is Tiernan O’Rourke, the 12th century Irish king of Breifne.

98. Torin – Torin in English

Torin, which translates as the same in English, means ‘chief’.

English actor Torin Thatcher is the most famous person with this name.

99. Tuathal – Tuathalin English

Tuathal, or Tuathalin in English, means ‘ruler of the people’. It is associated with Ireland’s highest mountain Carrauntoohil.

Tuathal Techtmar was a legendary Irish conquerer.

100. Ultán – Ultan in English

The Irish boy name Ultán, or Ultan in English, means “a man of Ulster”.

St. Ultan of Ardbraccan is the most prominent person with this name. He was an Irish saint and Abbot-Bishop of Ardbraccan during the 7th-century.

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Dan O'Muirigh
Dan O'Muirigh is a keen travel writer from Belfast, County Antrim. He is a passionate sports man who plays Gaelic football for Naomh Gall GAC. He recently graduated with a degree in Law but instead wants to pursue a career in writing. He loves Ireland and believes the island offers something for everyone. He has immersed himself into the country by playing Irish sports, taking part in the culture and learning the Irish language.