Meaningful Trendy Indian Irish Baby Boy Names

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Indo-Irish Mixed Race Baby Boy Names

We recently started getting a lot of suggestion requests for mixed-race baby boy and girl names and unique Indian-Irish baby names that are inspired by Sanskrit, Arabic and Hebrew origins are something we are going to cover in our third post of fusion names or Multi origin names for Indian – European babies.
We have selected names that are Irish and meaningful in Indian origin too. In our list below, you will find fewer authentic Irish names which are purely Europe originated because they could not be related to Indian origin. Those which are inspired by Arabic/Hebrew culture in Ireland, we could relate them to some meaningful names in Sanskrit and hence such names are more. We hope you like them. Your suggestions on the next such posts will be loved.

Baby Boy Names Suitable for Indian Irish Baby

Aban

Origins: Sanskrit, Irish and Hebrew
Meaning in Sanskrit: The name is another form of Ebhan which means an elephant in Sanskrit and refers to Lord Ganesha.
Meaning in Irish: Commencing the list with a short, trendy and meaningful name. Aban is a variant of AyBahn who was an Irish saint.
Meaning in Hebrew: Aban signifies water in Hebrew.

Ahi

Origins: Sanskrit and Irish.
Meaning in Sanskrit: The name reflects the natural elements like Sun, water and Heaven.
Meaning in Irish: The name emphasizes on blood relations. It literally means my brother.

Amon

Origins: Sanskrit, Irish and Hebrew.
Meaning in Sanskrit: The name sounds Indian and it’s easy to pronounce for Indians. It doesn’t have any specific meaning in Sanskrit.
Meaning in Irish: Amon means faithful in Irish or someone who can be counted on.
Meaning in Hebrew: The Hebrew meaning of the name is someone genuine or true.

Aodh

Origins: Sanskrit and Irish
Meaning in Sanskrit: The short Indian baby name is related to the creation in Sanskrit. It means someone who gives life or can be related to a mother.
Meaning in Irish: Aodh means something radiant or fire in Irish.

Dewain

Origins: Sanskrit and Irish.
Meaning in Sanskrit: The name sounds quite stylish but has a divine significance. Dewain means a Godly personality.
Meaning in Irish: Just like its melodious sound, the meaning of the name also lures. It denotes a song in Irish.

Girven

Origins: Sanskrit and Irish.
Meaning in Sanskrit: A variant of Girvan (गीर्वाण). It denotes God or Lord of Speech in Sanskrit.
Meaning in Irish: Another form of Garvan which means a place in Ayrshire.

Jehan

Origins: Sanskrit and Irish
Meaning in Sanskrit: In Sanskrit, the name says the God or world is gracious. It’s a Muslim name as well which means mind and it is a variant of Zehen.
Meaning in Irish: The Persian or Irish meaning of the name is the World.

Kanin

Origins: Sanskrit and Irish.
Meaning in Sanskrit: The name is inspired by the word Kanishka, which means small or young. Kanin also means young/youth.
Meaning in Irish: The Irish meaning of the name suggests something little or ancient one.

Kavan

Origins: Sanskrit and Irish
Meaning in Sanskrit: If you want your baby boy to be as flexible as water, Kavan is the right choice for him since it denotes water.
Meaning in Irish: Justifying the aesthetic significance of Irish culture, the name means a handsome boy or man.

Kian

Origins: Sanskrit and Irish
Meaning in Sanskrit: The stylish Indian name means wisdom/knowledge in Sanskrit. It’s a great pick for a modern generation boy.
Meaning in Irish: The name itself sounds regal. It refers to a king or royal personality.

Maher

Origins: Sanskrit and Arabic.
Meaning in Arabic: The name sounds Indian and its Arabic meaning is someone who is skilled.

Merv

Origins: Sanskrit and Irish
Meaning in Sanskrit: The name sounds quite modern and one of a kind. It’s inspired by words like Meru or Merav which means mountain in Sanskrit.
Meaning in Irish: Something coming from the sea fortress is called Merv in Irish.

Mirin

Origins: Sanskrit and Irish
Meaning in Sanskrit: The name is inspired by Mir which is also a Muslim name and means an ocean.
Meaning in Irish: The beautiful Irish name refers to an aroma. Mirin means a fragrance coming from an aromatic balm.

Nihal
Origins: Sanskrit and Arabic
Meaning in Sanskrit: Nihal is a Punjabi and Hindu name which means the dawn or morning.
Meaning in Arabic: The Arabic meaning of the name denotes a joyous or delighted person.

Rian

Origins: Sanskrit and Irish
Meaning in Sanskrit: Royal name finders may find the name quite appropriate for their baby boy. The name refers to a kingly or royal personality.
Meaning in Irish: For the little prince of your kingdom, the name is a perfect pick. It means a little or young ruler.

Ruvan

Origins: Sanskrit and Irish.
Meaning in Sanskrit: Ruvan is a variant of Ruhvan, spelled as रुह्वन् which means a Tree in Sanskrit.
Meaning in Irish: In Irish, the name has a poetic connection. It refers to an ancient Irish poet.

Shivaun

Origins: Sanskrit and Irish.
Meaning in Sanskrit: The name is inspired by Lord Shiva and reflects power.
Meaning in Irish: The name is a variant of Siobhan which means God is gracious.

Toran

Origins: Sanskrit and Irish
Meaning in Sanskrit: In Sanskrit, the name is spelled as तोरण, which means Lord Shiva or Arch.
Meaning in Irish: The name is inspired by the Irish word Torrence which means someone from the craggy hills.
The grandeur of Irish cultural identity is not just limited to the beautiful creations of Oscar Wilde but it is prevalent because of its lush traditions, lifestyle and beautiful names too.
Ireland has always been popular for its beauty and culture. If either of the parents is Irish, these names can beautifully reflect the exotic Irish essence in the personality of the baby. This post lists the beautiful and very unique names which are suitable for Indian and as well as Irish origin baby. Shower your love in comments if any of these names inspired you for your baby’s naming ceremony.

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An IT professional, a mom of two, Sapana had belly-only pregnancies in her life & has lost 15Kg weight twice. Along with fitness, Sapana is an expert in Indian names & has helped scores of Indian parents to shortlist suitable baby names by virtue of her years of expertise in Sanskrit origin names & logical approach towards cultures & trends during the name research. Drop a comment to get help from her.

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