What Are Some Pet Names in Gaelic?

What Are Some Pet Names in Gaelic?

Gaelic pet names include Slevin, Onchu and Latharn for males and Quashi'miuoo, Rhoswen and Vevila for females. Gaelic is a Celtic language spoken primarily in the Highland and island regions of Scotland.

The Gaelic name Sleven means "mountaineer" and is appropriate for a dog that likes to hike. Onchu means "mighty dog," while Latharn means "fox." Other Gaelic names for male pets include Feradach, who was an ancient king in Ireland; Sullivan, which means "black eyes"; Sweeny, which means "little hero"; Galen, which means "calm"; and Guaire, which means "proud" or "noble."

Quashi'miuoo is a female Gaelic name that means "vibrant sparkle," and Roswen translates to "white rose." Vevila means "woman with a melodious voice" and is appropriate for vocal female pets. Other Gaelic names for female pets include Fainche, who was a saintly virgin in Rossary; Fedelm, an ancient Irish queen; Vicalyn, an evil enchantress in Scottish mythology; Graziella, which means "gorgeous"; and Jolana, which means "good friend."

Unisex Gaelic pet names include Madadh, or "dog"; Fatac, or "giant"; and Feasog, which means "whisker." Other unisex names include Neachdainn, which means "rejoicing in purity"; Niall, meaning "champion"; and Sealbhach, meaning "prosperous." The appearance and personality of a pet are a good basis for its name.