230+ St. Patrick’s Day Boy Names (Meaning)

St. Patrick being the patron saint of Ireland, is also an inspiration for new and expecting parents to keep their babies’ names based on either St. Patrick, or on something Irish, maybe even names related to the month of March, and sometimes even based on languages other than English (like Gaelic, Irish, etc.)!

list of St. Patrick’s Day Boy Names

Aidan

Irish origin, translate to fire or fiery, also spelt Aiden

Niall

Irish origin, meaning cloud or victorious

Conor

Irish origin, meaning a deep desire, also spelt Connor

Finn

Irish origin, meaning he who is fair or just

Oisin

Irish origin, translates to a young deer

Ardan

Irish origin, meaning he who has many aspirations

Devlin

Irish origin, meaning an unlucky heir, a version of Devin

Cory

Irish origin, meaning empty or hollow

Casey

English origin, meaning a vigilante in times of war

Damon

English origin, meaning to bring into control

Callan

Irish origin, meaning to fight or a small part of a rock

Findlay

Irish origin, meaning a just soldier 

Erin

Irish origin, translates to the country of Ireland, a nickname

Gael

Irish origin, meaning someone unknown or a foreigner

Harken

Irish origin, translates to a deep shade of the color red

Madigan

Irish origin, meaning a dog lover, masculine version of the name Madison

Toran

Irish origin, meaning a tower that watches over everything 

Tierney

Irish origin, meaning from a noble background or respectable

Quade

Irish origin, meaning an heir of Uad

Shane

English origin, meaning the grace of the almighty

Rory

Irish origin, meaning the red ruler

Aaron

Irish origin, named after the islands in Aran

Clover

English origin, named after the logo of Ireland

Seamus

Irish origin, named after a famous Irish poet, also spelt Sheamus

Breck

Irish origin, meaning he who has freckles

Forest

English origin, named after a large area covered with trees

Gulliver

Irish origin, meaning a glutton, famous for Gulliver’s travels

Barry

Irish origin, named after the Saint from Cork, St. Finbar

Fallon

Irish origin, meaning a fierce leader

Aiibe

Irish origin, translates to the color white

Brian

English origin, meaning he who is powerful or respectable

Mulligan

Irish origin, meaning a descendent of people with no hair

Cuchulainn

Irish origin, named after a renowned warrior believed to have inhuman power

Fergus

Gaelic origin, translates to a vigorous man

Ewan

Irish origin, meaning a young soldier

Fintan

Irish origin, meaning like a white bull or white fire

Cassidy

Irish origin, meaning the one with a curly head

Neil

Irish origin, meaning a champion of the people

Rowan

Mixed Irish Gaelic origin, meaning the little one with a red head

Rogan

Irish origin, meaning the one with a red head

Egan

Irish origin, meaning a small fire

Callahan

Irish origin, meaning the one with a glowing head

Quinn

Irish origin, meaning from the family of Conn, or the supreme leader

Huxley

Mixed Irish welsh origin. Means an inhospitable place

Enyam

The Irish word for fire and anciently written as Eithne after the famous St, St. Eithne

Riordan

Irish origin, meaning court poet or the King’s poet

Riley

Mixed Irish Gaelic origin, meaning full of courage

Brendan

Irish origin, meaning an armed warrior

Kennedy

Irish origin, meaning a head or a mishap

Loch

 A Scottish Gaelic word for ‘lake’, pronounced as lau-k.

Donald

Mixed Scottish Gaelic origin, meaning one in the mighty world

Cadman

Celtic origin, meaning a man in a battle

Lennon

Irish origin, means lover, popularized by John Lennon

Oscar

Mixed English, Irish origin, meaning God spear or a great Warrior

Carson

Mixed Scottish, Irish origin, meaning son of the marsh-dwellers

Ciar

Irish origin, means the one with the black hair

Oran

Irish origin, meaning a shade of green

Abban

Irish roots, a version of Abbot

Finian

Mixed Irish, Gaelic origin, meaning fair

Boetius

Irish origin, meaning foolish pride

Moran

Irish origin, meaning a descendant of Moran, of Mayo and Sligo

Kayne

Mixed Irish, Gaelic origin, meaning little battler

Kenneth

Mixed Gaelic, English origin, meaning handsome

Arthur

Celtic origin, meaning bear, popularized by the Legend of King Arthur

Logan

Scottish origin, meaning small or hollow

Bonnie

Scottish origin, means pretty or ‘attractive, used for both boys and girls

Winfred

Welsh origin, literally translates to blessed in peace making

Kenn

Welsh origin, means bright or sparkling water

Nolan

Irish origin, means descendant of the famous one

Cass

Irish, Welsh and Gaelic origin, means a treasure or very clever

Eluned

Welsh origin, means an idol or an image

Enid

Middle Welsh origin, means life or spirit

Fiacre

Celtic origin, means the bird Eagle

Kane

Mixed Welsh, and Hawaiian origin, translates to golden and man of eastern sky

Bruce

Scottish origin, translates to French town of Brix

Rafferty

Irish origin, literally translated to abundance or prosperity, nicknamed Raff or Rafe.

Declan

Irish origin, meaning a man of prayer, popularized by St. Declan of Ireland.

Kevin

Irish origin, meaning noble birth

Liam

Irish origin, short for Uilliam

Sean

Irish origin, a version of the name John, meaning gift of God

Ryan

Irish origin, translated to illustrious

Conan

Irish origin, meaning a little or young wolf

Clay

Anglo Saxon origin, meaning soil or the top layer of the Earth

Cillian

Irish origin, meaning a little church, also spelt Killian

Gareth

Welsh origin, most famous for Gareth Bale, named after a place

Idris

Mixed welsh, Arabic origin, meaning lord or the almighty

Ross

Scottish origin, meaning a horse

Wesley

Norman origin, meaning western lea

Clark

English origin, meaning a clerk, an occupational name

Jake

English origin, a version of the name Jack

Lewis

English origin, meaning renowned or very popular

Billy 

Welsh origin, short for the name William

Brian

English origin, meaning noble or respectable

Ed

English origin, meaning wealthy, popularized by Ed Sheeran

Glenn

Scottish origin, meaning a valley or dweller of a valley

Dustin

English origin, means a brave fighter

Dani

English origin, short for Daniel, meaning right or just

Al

Celtic origin, meaning harmony, popularized by Al Pacino 

Brandon

Celtic origin, meaning a steep hill

Brad

English origin, short for Bradley 

Jamie

Scottish origin, short for James, meaning the gift of God

Wayne

English origin, meaning a wagon driver, an occupational name

Ian

Scottish origin, meaning gracious or God’s grace

Oliver

English origin, meaning a warrior or an elf, or the olive tree

Richard

English origin, meaning a brave leader

Chadwick

Anglo Saxon origin, meaning from the town of Chad

Ben

English origin, short for Benjamin

Matthew

English origin, meaning a gift 

Scott

Scottish origin, named after the people of Scotland

Stuart

Scottish origin, meaning a guardian

Gordon

Scottish origin, meaning a fort or fortification 

Alec

Latin origin, short for Alexander

 Charlie

English origin, short for Charles

Patrick

Irish origin, named after the famous St. Patrick

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