Looking for Irish, Scottish, and French names?
Ok so I have a LOT of Irish, Scottish, and English blood in me, and my husband is French, as far as we know. I don't know much about names other than the usual American ones, any one have ideas?
hey could you include pronunciations as well? I'm not sure how to pronounce these, unfortunately..
- Anonymous1 decade agoBest Answer
Scottish: Owen, Duncan, Thomas, Tristan
Irish: Sean, Ryan, Patrick, Liam, Declan, Finlay
French: Troy, Travis
Irish: Colleen, Fiona, Erin
French: Chloe, Angeline, Madeline
- 3 years ago
Your top and build are very French. Your hair coloration is eu so it applies to all of them. Your complexion sounds English or Irish. The button nostril is Irish. won't be able to somewhat choose to any extent further because you pronounced your eye coloration and small characteristic have been to do with a genetic illness. i understand a guy who's 0.5 english and 0.5 irish who's eye coloration differences each and all of the time. that is somewhat acceptable so which you're fortunate.
- IceCreamCakeLv 41 decade ago
French : Madeleine, Pierre-Louis, Daniel and Danielle, Aimé
Irish: Sean, Siobhan, Aisling, Deirdre, Niamh, Eileen, Finley
sorry dont know much xD
- Made in ChinaLv 41 decade ago
French: My favorites are Noelle (means Christmas) , Claire (meaning illustrious, Marie (french for marie great for a middle name), Camille (meaning perfect)
Irish: Cassidy (meaning curly haired), Ciara (meaning black) pronounced Kier-a) , and Tara (meaning tower, hillside)
Scottish: Elspeth (God is my oath), Cameron (bent nose)
I suggest: Having the first name being irish or scottish and the middle name being french.
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- 1 decade ago
I love French names so I can probably offer a lot of those. These are my favorite french names,
Amélie Lou, Chloé Elodie, Alice Ama, Alexandréa Alis, Anne-Laure, Ermelinde Armani, Marie-Claude, Marie Louise, Gabrielle Mérédith, Gwendoline Félise, Henriette Grace, Camélia Ann.
Benjamin Allen, Alphonse Sébus, Gustave Diogène
- Casey, the girl.Lv 51 decade ago
Irish Boys: Cillian, Lennon, Rory, Finnigan, Declan, Garrett
Irish Girls: Finley, Teagan, Caitlin, Fallon
- AndromacheLv 61 decade ago
Irish, Scottish and French suggestions:
Máire / Maura / Moira
Eoghan / Eoin / Owen
Émile (ay-MEEL) / Émilien
Dáire / Dara (m)
Diarmaid / Diarmuid (DEER-mid) / Dermot
- 1 decade ago
Adare-Scottish (ford of the oak tree)
Aileen-Irish (light bearer)
Casey, Cacey-Irish(vigorous or brave)
Cassidy-Irish(clever or curly headed
Connie-Irish (strong willed or wise)
Crissa-Irish(follower of Christ or annointed)
Keira, Kelsey Irish (ship Island)
There is Way! more so if you please go to the followig websites:(and boy names)
and I think that you should deffinately try Greek:(try Zenaida)Source(s): I just noaticed I used common ones...please forgive me. but good thing I left a webpage
- ELIZABETHLv 61 decade ago
Nikolina, it means "victory of the people"