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Gaelic Wolf Names – 40+ Unique Names In Gaelic With Meanings

Gaelic is the Celtic language of Scotland and is used mostly in the early times. Also, it is the common tongue of some people in the westernmost part of Ireland. One great thing about this language is that it is being used to name pets because of its meanings. So we’ve created this list of over 40 wolf names in Gaelic which makes it unique. You’ll love the meanings of these names and you will learn the pronunciation no matter how complicated the spelling may be.

Here are 40+ Gaelic Wolf Names and their meanings

Gaelic Wolf Names for naming a pet
Gaelic Wolf Names Meanings
Latharn 
(p. Lorne “like a fox”)
Conry 
(“king of the hounds”)
Connal 
(“powerful, or strong as a wolf”)
Conchur  (“wolf lover”)
Sionn  (p. shon “fox”)
Luag 
(p. lu-ag “the winner”, the name of the god of the sun)
Conn  (“intelligent man”)
Tara 
(burial place of the Kings of Ireland)
Niamh 
(popular girl’s name that means “radiant”)
Dylan
(a popular boy’s name that means “faithful and loyal”)
Milish  (“sweetie”)
Artair  (“like a bear”)
Boru 
(surname of Brian, one of the greatest Irish kings in history)
Brian  (“strong”)
Eochaidh 
(p. yoch-ee “warrior on a horse”)
Conan  (“hound”)
Keeva 
(popular girl’s name that means “gentle and precious”)
Dingle 
(peninsula in Kerry Co.)
Faolan  (p. phe-lan “wolf”)
Siobhan 
(popular girl’s name pronounced shev-awn)
Anluan 
(p. on-lin “great hound”)
Aiden 
(popular boy’s name that means “born of fire”)
Cathal 
(p. ca-hool “mighty in battle”)
Blarney 
(a castle in Cork Co.)
MacCool 
(the surname of Fionn, a giant from Ireland)
Maidrin  (“little puppy”)
Cosgrach 
(p. cosk-ruch “victor”)
Connor  (“lover of hounds”)
Madin  (“little dog”)
Caeli 
(pronounce “kaylee”, an Irish folk dance)
Shannon  (a famous river)
Blasket 
(islands off the Kerry peninsula)
Conmhaol 
(p. con-vel “wolf warrior”)
Aodh 
(p. oogh or hugh “Celtic god of fire”)
Onchu  (“mighty dog”)
Coilean 
(p. Collin “young pup”)
Olcan 
(another form of “wolf”)
Mungan  (“beloved”)
Bran  (“raven”)
Cona  (“wolf pup”)
Darragh 
(p. di-re, a popular boy’s name based in mythology)
Kerry  (a county)
Derry 
(a city and a river in the north)
Ailean 
(pronounce al-an, “like a rock”)
Cailean 
( p. cahl-een “young girl”)
Madadh 
( p. mad-ug “dog”)
Murchu 
(p. mur-fee “hound of the sea”)

If you’re looking for other unique and best wolf names that are not Gaelic, then try to view our top wolf names in our stories. We also have a wolf name generator that comes in handy when you are looking for a good one based on gender, size, and even species.