500+ Irish Cat Names – Male, Feminine, and Gender-Impartial Title Concepts wit

500+ Irish Cat Names – Male, Feminine, and Gender-Impartial Title Concepts wit

A black and white tuxedo cat with a sparkly green bow tie.


Indubitably, Eire is a nation of canine lovers.

A 2016 research by iReach for Purina discovered that 72% of Irish individuals assume having a canine “completes the household.”   

And practically 36% of Irish houses have a canine whereas solely 10% personal a cat, in keeping with a 2009 research by the University College Dublin.

That’s as a result of greater than 65% of Eire is farmland. And most Irish residents stay in sprawling ranch-style homes as a substitute of cramped studio residences. 

Even Manx cats — tailless felines that come from the Isle of Man, an island within the Irish sea between Northern Eire and Nice Britain— have canine traits. 

As Eire’s solely cat breed, they’re extraordinarily loyal and can observe you round. Manx cats additionally prefer to retrieve and bury their toys.

Whether or not you bleed orange and inexperienced or are counting the seconds ’til St. Patrick’s Day, listed below are 500+ attainable Irish-inspired cat names.


A ginger tabby cat in a sparking green bow tie.
Highly effective and powerful, these male Irish cat names are impressed by Celtic gods, nature, and righteousness.


Aaron — Excessive mountain 

Aengus — One power; the Celtic god of affection 

Adair — A crossing or ford on the oak tree

Adamnan — Little Adam

Aed (ayd)  — Fireplace 

Ahern — Lord of the horses

Ailin (ay-LEEN) — Noble

Alan — Peaceable or good-looking 

Alastar (ah-lah-star) — Defender of the individuals

Alpin — Enticing

Amargein (aw-veer-een) — Start of music

Amon (ay-mon) — Rich protector 

Aodhan (eh-dawn or ay-dawn) — Fireplace 

Aralt  — Military ruler 

Ardal (ahr-dawl) — Bear-like valor 

Arlen  — Hare land 

Artwork — Bear 

Arwan — The Celtic god of the lifeless, battle, revenge, and terror 

Augustine — Nice, magnificent 

Auliffe (ao-lahf) — Ancestor’s relic 


Bainbridge — Honest bridge

Banning —  Small, truthful one 

Bairre (baw-re) — Honest-haired 

Bard — Singer-poet 

Beacan (be-kawn or ba-kawn) — Tiny one

Bearach (ba-rak) — Pointed, sharp

Behan — Bee

Belenus (bel-en-us) — The solar god from Celtic mythology

Benen — Gentle

Berkeley — Birch tree meadow 

Blaine — Angular or slender

Blair — Discipline or plain 

Blathmac (blaw-vak) — Flower son 

Bogart  —  Bathroom or marshland

Bran (brawn)  — Raven

Bray — Marsh 

Brayden — Salmon 

Breasal (bree-sal) — Land of the blessed

Brian — Noble  

Brandon — Prince 

Breck — Freckled 

Brody — Ditch

Brogan — Small shoe 


Calhoun — From the slender forest

Callaghan — Lover of church buildings 

Callum (kal-um) — Dove 

Carney — Warlike 

Carrick  — Rock 

Carlow — 4-part lake 

Carroll — Hacking with a weapon 

Cashel — Fortress or fortress 

Cathal (ka-hal) — Robust in battle

Cernunnos — The horned fertility and searching god in Celtic mythology 

Cian (kee-an) — Historical or enduring 

Cillian (kill-ee-an) — Warfare strife or little church 

Ciaran (kee-ran) — Little darkish one 

Clancy — Crimson warrior 

Cluny — From the meadow 

Collin — Cub or pet 

Comhghall (KOH-gahn or CO-en) — Fellow hostage

Conan — Wolf

Conor — Lover of hounds 

Cormac — Charioteer

Conway — Hound of the plain 

Craig  — Rock 

Criofan (KREE-fan) — Fox 

Culley — Meadow 

Cunningham — Village of the milk pail


Dagda (dag-duh) — The “good god”, the supreme deity and chief of the traditional Celtic pantheon 

Dahy (day-hee) — Fast-footed 

Daimine — Deer or ox 

Daithi (da-hee) — Nimbleness or swiftness 

Dalaigh (dawl-ee) — Counsellor 

Declan — Filled with goodness 

Delaney — Darkish challenger 

Dempsey — Proud

Dermot — Free from envy 

Desmond — One from Desmond

Devlin — Unfortunate 

Diarmuid (deer-mid) — With out an enemy 

Digby — A  city with a ditch or dike

Dinsmore — Fortified hill 

Dooley  — Darkish hero 

Donnacha (done-acka) — Brown-haired warrior 

Donal (Dho-nal) — Ruler of the world 

Dow — Darkish-haired 

Doyle — Darkish Stranger 


Eamon (ee-mon or ay-mon) — Rich protector 

Earnan — Severe 

Elatha (ahl-a-hah)  — Artwork 

Emmet — Irish orator and patriot who led the unsuccessful 1798 Irish Rebellion in opposition to the British 

Eochaid (oh-kad) — Horse 

Eoghan (oh-win) — Born of the yew tree

Erc — Battle boar 

Euston — Coronary heart


Fagin (fay-gin) — Rustic 

Faolan (Fay-lawn) — Little wolf

Felix  — Fortunate 

Ferdia — Man of God 

Fergal  — Courageous

Fergus — Man of drive 

Ferris — Rock 

Fiachra  (FEE-uh-khruh) —  Raven or hunt and king 

Finnbar — Honest-haired 

Finn — Honest, blonde 

Finnegan — Little truthful one

Fintan — White bull or white hearth 

Fitzgerald — Son of Gerald 

Fogarty — Exiled one 

Foley — Plunderer 

Forbes — Rich or cussed 

Flynn — Ruddy 

Frederick — Peaceable ruler 

Fursey  — Advantage 


Gaibhne — The Celtic god of blacksmiths 

Gaeth — Skillful 

Gallagher — Eagle helper 

Galvin — Sparrow 

Galway  — A vibrant waterside metropolis in western Eire 

Garrett — Spear power 

Garvey — Tough place

Genty — Snow 

Gilroy — Dedicated to the king 

Glendon — One from a valley or fortress 

Gordon — Beloved 

Grady — Noble 

Gulliver — Glutton 

Guthrie — Windy place 

Gus  — Nice 

Man — Wise  


Hagan — Younger 

Haley — Ingenious

Harkin  — Darkish crimson 

Harmon — Soldier 

Hartigan — Descendent of Arthur 

Hobart  — Shiny, shinning mind

Hogan — Youth

Hoyt — Spirit, thoughts 

Hugh — Thoughts, mind 

Hurley — Sea tide 


Iarom (ear-um)  — Sacred title 

Iollan (ul-an) — One who worships a special god 

Irv — Good-looking

Ivo — Archer, yew wooden  


Jarlath (jar-lath) — Prince 


Kane (key-in) — Enduring 

Keallach (kall-ach)— Little Kelly 

Keefe (kiy-f) — Good-looking and noble

Keenan — Historical 

Keenan — Little Keene

Kelvin -—  Slim river 

Kendrick —  Son of Henry 

Kennard — Courageous chieftain

Kennedy (ki-ne-dee) — Ugly head 

Kenyon -— White-haired 

Kermit —  Freeman  


Labraid — Speaker 

Labras — Laurel bush 

Laegaire (lee-ree) — Calf herder 

Lee — From the River Lee

Lawler — Mutterer

Lennan (lan-awn) — Lover

Liam — Robust-willed warrior or protector 

Llyr — The Celtic god of the ocean and underworld 

Lochlan (lok-lun) — Land of the lakes

Lonan (lyo-nawn) — Blackbird 

Lorcan — Silent or fierce 

Lugh (bathroom) — The Celtic god of justice, legal guidelines, and kings

Lunn — Warlike

Lynch — Mariner


Macarthur — Son of Arthur

Maccoy — Son of Hugh

Mackenzie — Son of Kenzie

Mackinnley — Son of the discovered ruler

Maguire — Son of the beige one 

Mahon — Bear

Malachi (mala-ki) — Messenger of God 

Mannix — Little monk 

Manus (ma-nuhs)  — Nice 

Mayo — Yew-tree plain

Michael (me-haul) — Who’s like God? 

Merritt — Useful

Meallan (mahl-an) — Lightening

Midir (my-tir) — The Celtic god of lakes and rivers 

Morrisey — Sea selection 

Murchadh  (MUR-kha or MOOR-uh-ka)  — Sea warrior 


Néit —  The Celtic god of battle 


Odhran (o-ran) — Darkish-haired 

Oisin (o-sheen) — Small deer 

Odhran (orin) — Little pale inexperienced one

Oran (ohr-an) — Otter

Oscar — Deer lover   


Patrick — Nobly born 

Peadar (pad-ar) — Rock 

Patterson — Son of Pat

Phelan (fwail-awn) — Wolf  


Quigley —  Unkempt

Quill  —  Scribe with a quill pen 

Quillon —  Crossing swords 

Quinlan — Athletic 


Raymond — Counselor 

Rian (ree-an) — Little king 

Riddock — Clean area 

Riordan (reer-don) — Royal poet 

Roarke — Well-known ruler 

Roc  — Individual with frizzy hair 

Rónán (ROH-nawn) — Pledge

Ross —  Headland 


Scanlon — Little trapper

Scully — City crier 

Séafra  (shee-a-fra) — God’s peace

Seamus — Supplanter

Sean — God is gracious

Seanán (shaw-nawn) — Historical

Searc (shark)  — Affection, love

Shane — Reward from God 

Skelly — Storyteller

Sleibhin (sle-veen) — Mountain man 

Sloan — Warrior

Somhairle — Summer time wanderer

Strahan — Minstrel

Steafán (stef-ahn) — Topped with laurel

Struthers -— Brook


Tadhg (tige) — Poet or bard 

Tarlach (tahr-lak) — Instigator

Taranis — The Celtic god of thunderstorms 

Tiarnach (teer-nahk) — Superior

Tomas — Twin 

Tormey — Thunder spirit

Treasach (trah-sak) — Fierce

Trevor —  Prudent

Troy — Foot soldier

Turlough (tur-la) — One who aids 

Tyrone  — From the land of the yew tree


Ulick (oo-lick)  — Little William

Ultan —  Man from Ulster or Northern Eire 


Verlin — Farthing Coin


William — Robust protector

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Stunning and distinctive, these feminine Irish cat names draw inspiration from Celtic mythology, morality, and Mom Nature.


Adina — Delicate

Aibreann (ab-rawn)  — April 

Aideen (ay-deen)  — Fireplace

Aifric (eye-fric) — Nice

Aileen — Shiny, shining mild 

Ailis — God is my oath 

Áine (awn-ya) — The Celtic goddess of wealth and summer time
Aisling (ash-ling) — Dream or imaginative and prescient 

Alannah — Darling little one 

Alma — Good

Annabella — Pleasure 

Aoife (ee-fuh) — Stunning 

Aoibhinn (ee-van or ay-veen) — Stunning sheen 

Arlise — Oath

Ashlynn — Dream

Augusteen — Nice


Báirbre (BAR-bruh) — Stranger

Badb (bibe) — Scald-crow; the Celtic goddess of battle 

Bernadette — Braveness of a bear

Beatha (beh-tha)  — Livelihood 

Bevin (bay-vin) — Honest Girl 

Bidu — Energy, energy

Binne — Candy, melodious

Blair — From the plain

Blanche — White

Blathnaid (blaw-nid) — Blossom or flower 

Boann — The Celtic goddess of water, fertility, inspiration, and data

Brazil -— Strife 

Breck —  Freckled

Breena — Fairy place

Brigid (bri-guhd) — The Celtic goddess of therapeutic, poetry, and smithcraft

Brina — Speckled

Brit — Noticed

Bronagh (brona) — Unhappy or sorrowful 

Bryg (bree) — Excessive or mighty 


Cadhla (ky-lah) — Stunning and swish

Caitlin — Pure 

Cailleach (key-iy-ch) — Veiled one; the Celtic crone goddess of winds and winter 

Caoimhe (kwee-va or kee-va) —  Treasured 

Cara — Buddy

Carmel — Winery

Cassidy — Curly-haired 

Catriona (ka-tree-na) —  Clear

Cerridwen — Energy underworld goddess whose potions introduced data and rebirth to the world 

Cinnie — Magnificence

Claire — Well-known 

Cliodhna (Klee-na) — The Celtic goddess of magnificence and love 

Cliona (klee-ona) — Shapely 

Collen — Lady

Cordelia — Jewel of the ocean

Cristín (kris-teen) — Christian


Daimhin (daw-veen) — Little deer

Darcy — Descendant of the darkish one

Danu — The traditional mom of all Celtic gods and of the Irish individuals

Davan — Beloved 

Dearbhla (der-vla) —True need 

Decla — Lady of prayer 

Deirdre (deer-dra) — Lady or sorrow 

Devnet (downet) — Poet

Doreen — Moody

Duana — Tune 


Eachna (ahk-na) — Steed 

Eabha (ey-va) — Life 

Éadaoin (eh-deen) — Blissful buddy

Ealga (ale-ga) — Courageous

Edana — Firey 

Eileen — Nice

Eimile — Rival 

Eimear (ee-mur) — Swift 

Eistir (ayst-er) — Star

Eithne (ith-nee) — Kernel of a nut or seed

Elva — Chief of the elves 

Emily — Industrious

Enat (ey-nit) — Little hearth 

Erin — Peace 

Erlina — Lady from Eire

Etain — Jealousy

Eveleen (ave-leen) — Longed for little one 

Evelyn — Life

Fania — Ring

Ferelith — True sovereignty

Fey — Fairy 

Fiadh (fee-a) — Wild

Fidelma — Fixed

Fianait (fyan-it or fee-nat) — Deer

Finola (finn-ula) — Honest-shouldered 

Fiona — White 


Gemma — Treasured stone

Geiléis (gyel-aysh) — Shiny swan 

Glynis —Valley

Gormlaith (gorm-lee) — Blue Girl 

Grainne (graw-ni-eh) — The Irish Celtic goddess of the grain or harvest

Gwendolyn — White forehead

Gweneth — Honest 


Helen — Gentle

Hilde —  Battle maid


Ide (ee-da) — Thirst for goodness or data

Imogen (imma-jen) — Maiden or daughter 

Iona — Blessed 

Isibéal (ish-a-behl) — Consecrated to God 


Kady — First 

Karan — Little buddy or little beloved 

Kayleigh — Slender and truthful 

Keavy — Gentleness

Keela — A magnificence that solely poetry can seize

Kennocha (ken-oh-kuh) — Magnificence

Kiara — Darkish

Kiana — Smooth, artificial materials 

Kiley — Good wanting 

Kinnat — Historical 

Kyna (key-na) — Love


Labhaoise (lau-ee-shuh) — Holiness

Liadan (lyah-dan) — Grey girl

Laoise (lee-sha) —  Gentle 

Lucy — Bringer of sunshine 


Mab — Child 

Macha — The Celtic goddess of battle 

Maeve (may-veh) — Nice pleasure 

Maire (my-ra) — Bitter

Mairead (mi-rade) — Pearl 

Maitilde — Battle maiden

Makenna — Blissful one 

Maolisa (mail-issa) — Follower of Jesus

Meara (meer-a) — Sea 
Meryl (mur-el) — Shiny as the ocean

Mona — Noble, good

Morrigan (mohr-ee-gan) — Phantom queen

Morgan — Sea dweller 

Moya — Nice 

Muireann (mweer-in) — Sea white 

Muirne (meer-ne) — Excessive-spirited 

Muiriol (meer-ol) — Sea vivid 

Myrna — Beloved 


Nainsi (nan-see) — Grace

Neala — Feminine champion 

Neave (neev) — Luster

Nessa  — Tough 

Niamh (neev or nee-iv) — Brightness 

Nora — Torch 

Nuala (noo-lah)  — Honest shoulder 


Oonagh (Una) — Lamb 

Orla — Golden princess 

Ornice — Olive-colored

Ornóra — Honor


Paili (pahl-ee) — Bitter

Patricia — Noble

Pegeen — Pearl

Philomena — Highly effective buddy


Rainbow — A multicolored curved line within the sky

Raunak — Fantastic thing about nature 

Regina — Queen

Renny — Grace 

Riona (ree-ona) — Saint 

Rita — Pearl 

Roisin (ro-sheen) — Little rose 

Rowena — White hair 

Rylee — Brave 


Sabrina — From the River Severn

Sadhbh (sive, sigh-v) — Candy

Saoirse (ser-sha) — Freedom or liberty 

Sarai (sar-eye) — Princess

Síle (shee-la) — Blind

Sinéad (shee-naid) — God is gracious

Siobhán (shiv-on) — Filled with attraction 

Sive — Candy 

Shauna — Treasured 

Shannon — Clever river 

Sheena — God’s gracious present

Shevonne — The lord is gracious 

Seosaimhthín – (shoh-sa-veen) — God will add

Sorcha (sur-ka) — Radiant 

Steise (steh-shuh) — Reborn

Sybil (shuh-beh) — Prophetess


Tallulah — Leaping water

Tara — Tower 

Tessie — Harvester

Tipper — Ax

Toiréasa  (toh-reh-suh) — Robust


Ula — Gem of the ocean 

Ulla  — To replenish, wealthy highly effective ruler 

Úna (oo-nuh) — Lamb

Ursula — Little bear


Wanna — God is gracious 

Winnifred — Blessed peacemaking

Whitney — White island 

Whiltierna — Wolf lord

Wynne — A want fulfilled 


Yeats — Gates

Yseult — Honest, light-skinned 

Yvon — Archer 


Zaira — Princess 

A gray tabby cat laying in a field of clovers.

Trendy and timeless, these gender-neutral cat names draw inspiration from Catholic poetry, iconic Emerald Island manufacturers, and Irish character.


Aiden — Little hearth

Ailbe (ale-by) — White 

Aindrea — Manly 

Asthore — Liked one 


Bailey — An Irish creme liqueur

Barra — Honest-haired 

Banba — The Celtic Goddess of the spirit of Eire

Berrach (bar-akh) — Sharp 

Bellamy — Tremendous buddy 

Beltany —  a 5.9-foot Neolithic stone circle in County Donegal

Blarney — Skillful battery 

Blaine —  Yellow 

Brady — One with broad eyes 

Branna — Raven 

Beag (b’yag) — Small 

Bushmill — A traditional, light-bodied Irish blended whisky  


Cabbage — An essential Irish meals staple throughout the Great Potato Famine

Callen – Rock

Caolán (keelin)  — Slender and pure 

Cahan — Battle 

Carey — Darkish, black, or from the fort

Carlin — Little champion 

Carson — Son of the marsh dwellers 

Casey  — Vigilant in battle 

Ceallach (kal-ukh) — Shiny-headed 

Channing  — Wolf cub 

Clover — Meadow flower

Coddle — A conventional Irish dish made with sliced pork sausage, bacon rashers, onions, and potatoes

Coinneach (con-yach) — Stunning 

Connolly — Fierce as a hound 

Cory — From the hole 

Curran — Hero 


Dacey — From the south 

Darcie — Darkish one 

Daireann (dar-awn) — Bountiful 

Darragh (darra) — Darkish oak 

Dallas — From the meadow dwelling 

Derby —  From the deer settlement 

Dillon — Flash of lightning 

Devin — Poet

Dublin — The capital of Eire 

Duff — Olive-skinned


Eirnin (air-nin) — Iron 

Emerald — Inexperienced gemstone 

Enda — Maltese Bird

Ennis — Island


Fallon — Chief

Fachtna — Hostile 

Farrell —  Courageous

Fianna — One with Celtic roots 

Flann — Fiery crimson 


Gael — Gaelic individual 

Gormon — Darkish or swarthy 

Grady — Noble 

Guinness — The chosen one 


Hurley — Sea tide 


Eire — Ample land 


Jameson — A blended Irish whiskey 


Kavanaugh — Born good-looking 

Keegan — Descendant of the fiery one

Kelly — Warfare

Keir — Black 

Kellen —  Swamp, slender

Kennedy — Helmet

Kerry — Darkish 

Killian — Little war-like one 

Kimball — Warrior chief 

Kirby — From the church village 

Kynan — Clever and clever 


Larkin — Fierce, robust 

Lennon — Little cloak

Liam — Guardian  

Limerick — A humorous, five-line poem

Fortunate — Lucky


Madigan — Little canine 

Maon (mayn) — Silent 

Mccoy — Fireplace

Miach (mee-ach) — Honorable 

Murphy — Sea warrior or hound of the ocean 

Murtagh — Abilities of the ocean 


Naoise (nee-sha) — Bond 

Nevin — Holy 

Niall (nye-al or niel) — Cloud 

Nollaig (null-ig) — Christmas


Oatcake — A flat biscuit or cracker


Payton  — Noble 

Pangur — From  an Previous Irish poem a couple of monk named Brother Aidan and his cat, Pangur Bán, or “white cat”

Phelim — Ever good 

Piran — Prayer 

Práta (prawh-tah) — The principle Irish phrase for potato 

Pusheen — Kitten 


Quinn — Mind or chief 


Radha — View or imaginative and prescient 

Rafferty — Rich 

Redmond — Protector 

Regan  — The king’s little one 

Renny — Little affluent one 

Riley — Brave 

Rionnach (ree-in-ock) — Royal 

Robin — A singing chicken, vivid fame

Rohan — Sandalwood 

Rory — Crimson or rust-colored 

Rowen (roe-an) — Little redhead 

Ryan — Little king

Rylie — Brave 


Shamrock — Younger clover 

Shannon — Previous and smart; the longest river (224 miles) in all of Britain and Eire

Sheridan — Searcher or wild one 

Shea  — Esteemed

Shay — Hawk-like or noble 

Sláine (slaw-nuh) — Well being

Sullivan — Black-eyed


Tayto — Irish chip (“crips) and popcorn model 

Teagan — Stunning 

Tierney (teer-nee) — Lord of the family 

Tremayne — City surrounded by stone

Tully — From the little hill 

Turlough — Dry lake 

Tyran  — From The Land Of Owen

Tynan  —  Darkish


Uaine  —  Inexperienced, verdant 


Valentine — Robust and wholesome 

Veren — Nice hero 


Wicklow — Well-known mountains close to Dublin


Zephan — God has hidden 

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