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Lee

Meaning of the Irish name Lee. Listen and learn how to pronounce Lee so you can get the correct pronunciation for this Irish boy name. MEANING: From laoi “”poem”” or from the River Lee, the river which runs through County Cork. (See also Finbar.) It is currently popular as a given name for boys. GENDER: Boy | Male IRISH NAME: Lee PRONUNCIATION: ENGLISH: AUDIO: (Listen to the late author Frank McCourt pronounce Lee and read along with the meaning)Play Audio for Lee:Play Audio for Lee Back to Irish Boy Names Popular Irish Girl Names Siobhan Ava Aoife Anna Ciara Caoimhe Niamh Saoirse … Read more

Liam

Meaning of the Irish name Liam. Listen and learn how to pronounce Liam so you can get the correct pronunciation for this Irish boy name. MEANING: The Irish form of William, originally a German name will + helm””desire + helmet”” and suggests “”strong protector.”” It is currently a very fashionable name in Ireland and across the world. GENDER: Boy | Male IRISH NAME: Liam PRONUNCIATION: ENGLISH: William Back to Irish Boy Names Popular Irish Girl Names Siobhan Ava Aoife Anna Ciara Caoimhe Niamh Saoirse Maeve Aine Popular Irish Boy Names Aiden Daniel Sean Conor Dylan Niall Cian Darragh Liam Oisin Latest Irish Baby … Read more

Lochlan

Meaning, pronunciation and origin of the Irish boys name Lochlan How do you pronounce Irish name Lochlan? What does Lochlan mean? The Vikings plundered Ireland in the 9th and 10th centuries and the native home of the Norwegian invaders was known as Lochlan “land of the lochs”. But once they settled and intermarried with the Irish Lochlan became a popular name and was generally given to boys that had fair or red hair – a tribute to their Viking ancestors. What is the Gender for the Irish name Lochlan? Boy | Male Is Lochlan a boy or girl name? Lochlan is … Read more

Lorcan

Meaning, pronunciation and origin of the Irish boys name Lorcan How To Pronounce Lorcan? What is the meaning and origin of Lorcan? Means “silent” or “fierce” and was probably used as a nickname for a “brave warrior”. Sometimes equated with Laurence, Lorcan is a name in its own right. One Lorcan was the grandfather of Brian Boru, two kings of Leinster bore the name and St. Lorcan O’Tuathail, better known as St. Laurence O’Toole, was an influential bishop of Dublin and an important mediator between the Norman invaders and the Irish in the twelth century. The name is growing in … Read more