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Irish Names for Dogs

Irish names for dogs might be a nod to your dog's breed, as in Irish setter. Or maybe you've got a red-haired dog that looks Irish and so needs an Irish name. Or it might be you who's Irish or who simply loves names from the Emerald Isle. These Irish names are perfect for dogs.

  • Bard

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    Great middle name choice for Shakespeare lovers. Read More 

  • Bellamy

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    Bellamy is emerging as an up-and-coming girls' name, a surname-y riff on the super-popular Bella series of names. While the Bella connection makes... Read More 

  • Brady

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    The name given to Miranda Hobbes's son on the dearly departed Sex and the City is a friendly and energetic choice. You well might want to make your son part of the Brady bunch. ... Read More 

  • Bree

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    A short, breezy name with a sophisticated yet upbeat image, that doesn't betray its Irish roots. Bree first came to notice here in 1971 via the complex prostitute character in the movie... Read More 

  • Bridget

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    One of the earliest Irish names for girlsto immigrate to the USA, Bridget, the most familiar form of the name of the Celtic... Read More 

  • Cagney

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    Cagney is one of the spunkiest Irish surnames around, and could make a lively and fresher successor to the tired Casey.

    James Cagney will be remembered not only for his iconic gangster... Read More 

  • Casey

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    One of the original unisex Irish surname names, energetic Casey bounced onto the scene in the 1960s, then peaked in the 1980s for both boys and girls.

    "Casey at the Bat" is an 1888 poem... Read More 

  • Clancy

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    Clancy, one of the original crossover Irish surname names, is as energetic and appealing as ever — full of moxie, more distinctive than Casey, and also one of the less obvious of the... Read More 

  • Colleen

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    Midcentury Irish-American favorite, never used in Ireland itself, being the generic word for "girl"; rarely given today. Read More 

  • Cork

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    Buoyant but lightweight. Read More 

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