Irish Cat Names

If you cherish the rich folklore and lyrical nature of Irish culture, this list of Irish dog names offers names that resonate with the charm and mystique of the Emerald Isle. Discover a name that celebrates the luck and whimsy of your Irish-inspired kitty!

Irish Cat Names

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All Irish Cat Names

  • A popular female name originating from Ireland, meaning 'beauty' or 'radiance'.
  • Arrow relates to "Saighead", the Irish word for arrow.
  • Derived from Irish surname, meaning "administrator of a town or settlement."
  • Derived from Irish, meaning "strong as a bear".
  • Famous Irish playwright and Nobel laureate in literature.
  • Associated with a castle, stone, and eloquent, persuasive speech in Ireland.
  • Derived from "Bonavox", meaning "good voice" in Latin and Irish.
  • Derived from Irish Gaelic, meaning "strong, virtuous, and honorable".
  • Associated with an ancient Celtic goddess and a Christian saint.
  • Associated with traditional Irish dish, colcannon, made from mashed potatoes and kale.
  • Derived from Irish, meaning "bright-headed" or "descendant of Ceallachán".
  • Derived from Irish Gaelic, meaning "friend" or "beloved".
  • Champ refers to a traditional Irish dish made from potatoes.
  • Derived from Irish, meaning "little church" and popular in Ireland.
  • Derived from Irish surname, meaning "red warrior" or "son of Flannchadh".
  • Symbolizes luck and is associated with Saint Patrick's Day celebrations.
  • Traditional Irish dish made by slow-cooking meat and vegetables.
  • A region in Ireland known for its Gaelic language and traditions.
  • Derived from Gaelic, meaning "lover of hounds" and popular in Ireland.
  • Derived from Irish, meaning "oak tree", symbolizing strength and stability.
  • Derived from Irish, meaning "free from envy".
  • Derived from Gaelic, meaning "dark" or "descendant of the dark one".
  • Derived from Irish surname Ó Duilleáin, meaning "descendant of Duilleán".
  • A town in Ireland known for its Gaelic-speaking population and traditions.
  • Capital of Ireland, rich in Gaelic history and traditional Irish customs.
  • Ireland is often referred to as the "Emerald Isle" due to its lush greenery.
  • Famous Irish singer-songwriter known for Celtic and New Age music.
  • Derived from Gaelic, signifies "little raven" and is a common surname.
  • Derived from Irish, meaning "fair or white", often used in folklore.
  • Derived from Gaelic, meaning "fair" or "white", popular in Ireland.
  • Associated with legendary Irish hero and folklore, means "fair" or "white".
  • Derived from Gaelic, meaning "son of the red-haired one".
  • Derived from Irish surname Goldrick, meaning "golden king".
  • A renowned Irish stout, deeply ingrained in the country's heritage.
  • Symbolizes Irish identity, often depicted on coins and official documents.
  • A small village in Dublin, known for its Gaelic history and folklore.
  • Derived from Gaelic name Inghean, meaning "maiden" or "daughter".
  • Derived from Gaelic surname Ó hÍomhair, meaning descendant of Íomhar.
  • Associated with a popular Irish whiskey brand and a common surname.
  • Derived from the Irish name Caitlin, meaning pure.
  • Derived from Gaelic, meaning "celebration" or "slender".
  • Derived from an Irish surname, meaning "small and fiery".
  • A town in Ireland known for its Gaelic history and natural beauty.
  • Associated with Celtic art, symbolizing eternity and interconnectedness in Irish tradition.
  • Derived from Gaelic, meaning "little rock" or "harmony, peaceful".
  • Derived from Irish, meaning "strong-willed warrior and protector."
  • Associated with Irish folklore, symbolizing good fortune and prosperity.
  • Derived from Irish mythology, symbolizing intoxicating or she who intoxicates.
  • Mal
    Derived from Irish Gaelic, signifies a chief or leader.
  • A common surname originating from Ireland, often linked to warriors.
  • Derived from Gaelic, often used in traditional Irish songs and literature.
  • A popular surname originating from Ireland, often meaning "sea warrior".
  • Derived from Gaelic Ó Néill, meaning "descendant of Niall".
  • Derived from Irish mythology, meaning 'bright' or 'radiant' in Gaelic.
  • Derived from Irish name Nioclás, meaning victory of the people.
  • A common surname originating from Ireland, indicating Irish heritage.
  • Derived from Irish meaning "golden princess", popular in Ireland.
  • Common nickname for Patrick, often used in Ireland.
  • A cat in an old Irish poem bears this name.
  • Associated with Ireland's patron saint and widely used in Irish names.
  • Associated with St. Patrick, patron saint of Ireland.
  • No direct connection between "Penny" and Irish culture or language exists.
  • Associated with the Great Famine and a staple in traditional Irish cuisine.
  • Means "potato" in Irish, a staple food in Ireland's cuisine.
  • A surname of Irish origin, meaning "descendant of Coigleach".
  • Derived from Irish surname Ó Cuinn, meaning descendant of Conn.
  • Derived from Irish surname Ó Cuirc, meaning descendant of Corc.
  • Derived from Irish, meaning "queenly" or "royal".
  • A traditional Gaelic name meaning "little rose".
  • Derived from Irish, meaning "little seal".
  • Derived from Gaelic, meaning "red king" or "high king".
  • Derived from Irish, meaning "red-haired" or "little red one".
  • Ancient Celtic festival marking end of harvest season and start of winter.
  • Means "freedom" in Irish and is a popular girl's name.
  • Symbol of Ireland and Irish luck, used in St. Patrick's Day celebrations.
  • Derived from an Irish river, often used as a female first name.
  • Derived from Irish, meaning "God is gracious" or "kindness".
  • A popular Irish brand of crisps, often associated with Irish nostalgia.
  • Derived from Irish surname Ó Tuathail, meaning "descendant of the ruler".
  • Derived from Irish name Uinseann, meaning "conquering" or "winning".
  • Derived from Gaelic "Mac an Bhaird" meaning "son of the bard".
  • A county in Ireland, known for its Gaelic history and scenic beauty.
  • Famous Irish poet, symbolist leader, and Nobel laureate in literature.

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Irish Cat Names: Stats

Irish Cat Names currently rank in 64th place out of all MeowNames.com categories.

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