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post #1 of 19
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Does anyone know if there any particular significance to cat being born on a holiday. Our Bella roam looks like she could give birth any moment. I guess we will have to give the kittens Irish names. LOL and happy St. Pattie’s Day.
post #2 of 19
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My bad Bella Roma (can't edit yet).
post #3 of 19
Oh that would be great wouldn't it!

Let see?, you can have ...
MOLLY
PADDY
ROSIE ( sounds irish )
SHAWN
KELLY

Theres bound to be lots more
post #4 of 19
Don't forget Sharon, Katie, and Seamus (I LOVE that name!!!)
post #5 of 19
Thread Starter 
Not to be superstitious but wouldn’t it be crazy if she had five kittens. We already have the names picked out!!!
post #6 of 19
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Originally Posted by RicaLynn
Don't forget Sharon, Katie, and Seamus (I LOVE that name!!!)

Now we are up to eight names, I am worried..... LOL

Nips
post #7 of 19
Brendan, Patrick...
post #8 of 19
Here's some Irish names. Good luck!

Click here for Irish Names

If you click on "Other Names" in the top left corner, then click on "Names for your pet," there are lots of names for pets there. Or, if you click on "Names for people," there are names there you can name them. Have fun, and good luck!

post #9 of 19
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Originally Posted by gemlady
Brendan, Patrick...
Ok that is TOO WEIRD. That is LITERALLY my boyfriend's full name!!!!!!!!!! I saw that and was like WOAHHHHHHHH.
post #10 of 19
There's a website for everything! How exciting, St. Pattie's Day babies!
post #11 of 19
my favorite irish name (female) has to be
Siobhánna, sometimes spelled Siobhan

it's pronounced Shuvawn (more or less).
post #12 of 19
Ack! According to the website Cassie mentioned, Brendan is Welsh! Brandon is listed as being Irish.

Tsk, I forgot Eileen! That's my aunt's name.
post #13 of 19
How about...

Blarney
Guinness
Slainte (means "Cheers to your health")
Shamrock
Dublin



post #14 of 19
LOL if thre's one that's up to no good, call him Il Duche (and how long will it take for someone to get that reference?)
post #15 of 19
These days? most people will think you mean the yankees' pitcher...
post #16 of 19
Blather. You mean to tell me that no one watches Boondock saints on St. Patty's as a ritual?
post #17 of 19
most american's drink GREEN BUDWEISER to celebrate an irish holiday (an insult to the emerald isles if I ever heard one...). I don't think many have even heard of boondock saints.
post #18 of 19
:P I drink one of 'em boiler things :P Irish beer with irish whiskey dropped in.. I'm set for a month.
post #19 of 19
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Originally Posted by brianlojeck
most american's drink GREEN BUDWEISER to celebrate an irish holiday (an insult to the emerald isles if I ever heard one...). I don't think many have even heard of boondock saints.
I own that movie, everyone can stop by my apartment for a viewing if they don't know what it is!
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