Irish Dog Names

  • 31/01/2010

Many people have sent me e-mails asking for good names for their pets. Whether you have an Irish Wolfhound, an Irish Setter, a Kerry Blue Terrier or a mutt or cat needing an Irish name, here are some that we feel are appropriate. You can pick a name based on your pet's colour, or by personality traits, other physical characteristics and other miscellaneous traits. There is also a section especially and specifically devoted to names for dogs. Perhaps you like names like 'precious' and 'sweetie' for your pets. Here is a list of terms of endearment you might like to use.

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Comments (2)

Said this on 21/01/2011 At 10:47 pm

I know That Mo Chuisle means My pulse. But When somebody says, Mo Chuisle Ro, What does  it mean?

Hope for answear.

Said this on 02/07/2013 At 06:55 pm

Although the direct translation of 'Mo chuisle' is 'my pulse' it is a term of endearment and would be better explained as 'my darling' or 'my beloved'. The word 'ró' means 'too' so it doesn't make sense as you have used it.

Hope this helps

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