JUL 29, 2016

Really Popular Irish Baby Names

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One of the biggest decisions new parents have to face when they bring a new bundle of joy into the world is the name they are going to choose for their little one. This can be a tricky process, with many hours of deliberation and communication taking place, as both mum and dad try to agree on the ideal forename.

The lucky few have already chosen their baby’s name weeks ahead of the birth. Unfortunately, this isn’t quite as simple for some parents. They find it slightly more difficult and look for inspiration in the most unlikely of places.

Don’t panic if you are struggling for baby names

The main thing is not to panic if you can’t think of a suitable name for your baby. Take inspiration from the most popular Irish names from the past year and hopefully, you’ll spot something beautiful that stands out to you.

Search through some of the most desirable names and you are sure to find a name that suits your little baby down to the ground.  

So what’s hot and what’s not in the world of Irish infant names right now?

For boys, the standout names are currently Daniel, James, Jack and Conor. Other names that made it into the best names for boys list included Harry, Adam, Liam, Cillian, Oliver and Noah.

Popular girls’ names included Emily, Amelia and Mia. Anna, Olivia and Hannah also proved to be in high demand along with Lily, Ava, Grace, Aoife and Sophie.  

Let’s face it, they’re all brilliant names befitting of any Irish baby. Sat there all cute and cuddly, wearing their new pair of Irish baby socks, any one of these names would be a blessing for a baby with Irish genes! 

Best of all, you can shop for baby socks right here at Giftware Ireland, the home of affordable Irish merchandise. 

Created on 29th July 2016
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