576 Celtic Baby Names With Meanings


Do you wish your child’s name to embody adventure and romance? Or do you want to name him after a word or symbol, which has a meaning that represents the quality you hope your child to acquire? Then we’ve got some lovely Celtic baby name options for you.

The Celtic culture is a fusion of Celtic symbols, gods, festivals, Druids, and Iron Age mythology and the same is reflected in their baby names. Drawn from mythology, history, place names, and legends, Celtic names display the charm of the Isles they’re derived from – Wales, Scotland, Ireland, and even Italy. A formal Celtic name consists of a given name and a surname, which is patronymic in etymology.

Take a look at the delightful Celtic baby names in MomJunction's list below.

Note – Traditional Celtic names can be a bit tricky to pronounce due to the Celtic vowels. So you need to know and understand the proper pronunciation of each of your shortlisted names.

BreaVirtuous and strong as a hillgirl
BreanaOne who is virtuous and honourablegirl
BreannaStrong and noble; virtuousgirl
BreanneCeltic - Strength; Power; Force; Hebrew - Father of multitudeGirl
BredonSword; a sharp weapon used for killingBoy
BreiStrength and power; strong persongirl
BreighFather of many; strong and powerfulgirl
BrendenBrave and unafraidBoy
BrendisCeltic - Prince; A variant of name BrendanBoy
BrendtThe top of a hill; a hilltopBoy
BrennenOne who is brave and unafraidBoy
BrennonCeltic - Prince; A variant of name BrendanBoy
BrentleyA hilltop or a mountain topBoy
BrentonA hilltop or the top of a mountainBoy
BrenynA drop of tear; a teardropgirl
BrhitaOne who is strongBoy
BriacaThe feminine form of Briac, meaning disputedGirl
BriegDerives from the word, meaning bear, stone, discipleBoy
BríetIcelandic form of Bridget, meaning the exalted one.Girl
BrigacosThe high or mighty personBoy
BrigthwynaA strong girlGirl
BryanaNoble, strong, virtuous; hill; She ascendsGirl
BryokA shortened form of Briafael, meaning mighty prince.Boy
CairbreA Celtic Boy nameBoy
CaractacusOne who is lovedBoy
CarantokThe name is derived from the Celtic word karant, which means friend.Boy
CaratacusHe is loved and cared forBoy
CarsA person who has war like characteristics; a fighterBoy
CasekA form of Cadok, meaning battle.Boy
CasworonAn old Cornish name meaning battle hero.Boy
CatavignusA Celtic male nameBoy
CatguallaunA leader of the Coeling dynastieBoy
CeltA musical and exotic nameUnisex
CelticAn exotic name for a musicalUnisex
ChadA saint; they protect and are defenderBoy
ChaddName of a saint who protects othersBoy
CiarraDark; not fair; dim; duskGirl
CinuchanOne who is a chiefBoy
CinueduPerson who is a leader, a chiefBoy
CistumucusCeltic Boy name, one who is chiefBoy
ClelandA land that is made up of clay; claylandBoy
ClvtorigiA monument of ClutorrixBoy
ClydeA term used for men living near, or on the bank of the river ClydeBoy
CommiusA historical king of the Belgic nationBoy
ConHeroic and wise; one who has lots of wisdomBoy
ConalMighty; ferocious; high in rank and looked upon by peopleBoy
ConnA high, mighty and wise person, who is also a brave advisorBoy
ConnalHigh, mighty, respectful, ferocious, respected by allBoy
ConnellMighty, high and is admired by all; one who is strong at battleBoy
ConroyPersistent knowledge in all aspects; a wise person who has knowledge in every fieldBoy
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