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Gender: M Pronunciation: KAH-hal or CASH-ill Meaning of Cashel: "castle, stone fort" Origin of Cashel: Irish

The Gaelic Cashel was chosen by actor Daniel Day-Lewis and his writer-director wife Rebecca Miller for their son.

In Ireland, Cashel refers to a circular stone fort. It is the name of a town in Tipperary and the protagonist of the George Bernard Shaw novel Cashel Byron's Profession.

The Cash sound feels especially contemporary and appealing now, with Cashel joining such stylish brothers as Cassius, Cassian, and Cash.

Famous People Named Cashel

Ernest Cashel, American-Canadian outlaw

Pop Culture References for the name Cashel

"Cashel Byron's Profession," novel by George Bernard Shaw
Cashel, County Tipperary, Ireland