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October 24, 2006

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what about giovanni patrick?

Acai Angelo/Angela

Congrats to the happy couple. I like the name Andrea, and it works both for a girl and a boy - e. g. the Italian racing cyclist Andrea Tafi. More info here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Andrea

Hazel is a very pretty name for a girl, or Ila. but not really fitting into Irish or Italien.....

Giovanni Patrick is a classic idea, though the kid would have to be super cool to carry that off.

Hazel is a great idea, thanks Amy. Daisy (the first lady of innocent) is another great name and I like the name Poppy (a nice lady who works for Howies) too.

It is such a tricky one, but at least we have till May to work it out.

Thanks

Holly is also v pretty. And Sadie but I'm not sure if its scottish or Irish or what...

Hi Caroline & Peter,

First of all: congrats!
As daughter of an Italian father and Dutch born-in-Scotland mother and into anything Celtic, I might be able to offer some suggestions:

Boy: Ciaran (pron: kiran)or Cai (pron: kay or kye)

Girl: Maeve or Nimue (pron: either nim-u or ni-moo-ay)

I must confess all names have been used in my family (children and dogs!).

Hope this was of some help!

Greetings from The Netherlands,

Joanna

First of all "Congratulation to you"!!
What about Simone? Italian name and works for both girl and boy. Ok, nothing Irish in it...Imelda? Sounds Italian and I know an Irish woman with this name. For me definetly an Irish/Italian combination.

Emily for a girl, and Harry for a boy. That's what I would call my children!

Dear Caroline and Peter,

Congratulations and good luck with the pregnancy.

My suggestions:
Bridgit or Shannon for a girl, and Finn or Alexis if it's a boy

Hazel and Ciaran are fine names as well.

My favourite irish girls names are
Emer
Ciara
Caoimhe
Aine

Hey,

Congrats to you both. How about Doireen pronounced (Deerin) if its a girl. A great irish name .

Karen

Hi and congrats!

I think Moya is lovely for a girl - someone told me that it's originally spelt Moira in Irish but pronounced Moya. It probably sounds more Spanish than Italian though...

And I think Milo is the coolest name for a boy - with great Irish and Italian links.

Good luck!

Congrats on the baby!

How about Miles...I like it anyway.

Congratulations....a may baby just like me

what about isabella for a girl or a name from my grandads side was Fruin for a boy

Good luck x

Hey, congratulations!
I am Irish, and I have always liked the names :
Niamh (Pronounced 'Neeve'),
Poppy,
Yuna,
Oisin (Pronounced 'oh-SHEEN'),
and obviously Eoin (Pronounced 'Owen')

Good Luck!

Isabella for a girl and Milo for a boy :)

i think Eion would be great.... what about Neil? Michael? David? Darren? and for a baby-girl, Orla? Gabriella (very italian)?and Claire? (Just like me ;))

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