Names with an Irish, Scottish or Welsh touch
Bran is the name of the great Irish warrior MacCumhail's dog.
Sceolan (skol wan) is the name of MacCumhail's second dog
Cúchulainn (Ku-Kullen) was the name of the Irish mythical warrior .
Morrigan is the Goddess of war in Celtic mythology
Seamus is James in English
Finian is from the Broadway show Finian’s Rainbow, a story about an Irish family in the America. The play was later made into a movie directed by Coppola, starring Fred Astaire
Conan is from Saint Conan, the Bishop of the Isle of Man and a missionary
Madra (Mod-Rah) is Gaelic word for dog
Brandon is from Ireland's highest mountain
Alisdair is the Scottish Gaelic word for Alexander
Barclay means the strong birchwood
Brodie means little ridge
Conall means strong wolf
Dougal means dark stranger, may fit a dog with a dark shiny coat
Fergus means a man or woman of vigour
Greer is from the Latin word gregorius
Laddie means young man
Mungo means gentle. Mungo was also the nickname of Saint Kentigern.
Alba is the traditional name for Scotland
Grizel (or Grizelda) means grey battle
Mor (or Morag) -s the old Scottish word for great or exceptional
Cari means beloved
Efa is Eva in English, means life
Eira means snow
Mali means star of the sea, Molly in English
Seren is the name of a Celtic goddess of hot springs.
Arawn is the name of the king of Annwn in welsh mythology, means unrestrained wildness, may suit a very energetic pet
Bryn means hill/mount
Maddox is the son of Madoc and Madoc means fortunate. Maddox is the mythical Welsh prince who colonized North America before Columbus.