(TEER-nan) Derived from the Irish word “tighearna,” meaning “lord” or “master.” Suggested Nicknames: Ti, T, Ranny.
(MAYV) Originating from the Irish name Medb, meaning “she who intoxicates” or “queen.” Suggested Nicknames: May, Mavy, Evie.
(SHAYN) Derived from the Irish name Seán, meaning “God is gracious.” Suggested Nicknames: Shay, Shano, Ne.
(REER-dan) Derived from the Irish surname Ó Riordáin, meaning “descendant of Ríordán” or “chariot rider.” Suggested Nicknames: Rior, Rory, Dan.
(AY-den) Derived from the Irish name Aodhán, meaning “little fire” or “fiery one.” Suggested Nicknames: Ade, Aidy, Danny.
(KEE-gan) Derived from the Irish surname Mac Aodhagáin, meaning “son of Aodhagán.” Suggested Nicknames: Keeg, Keeks, Eggie.
(BRIH-jid) Derived from the name of the ancient Irish goddess Brigid, associated with fire, poetry, and wisdom. Suggested Nicknames: Bridie, Gigi, Bee.
(USH-een) Derived from the Irish word “os” (deer) and “sí” (fairy), often interpreted as “little deer” or “little fawn.” Suggested Nicknames: Osh, Ozzy, Ino.