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"Amy" is derived from the Latin meaning beloved, and was never directly translated to Irish. There are a few other names that in Irish mean beloved:

Caoimheall (KEEV yul)

Caomhóg (KEEV oag)

Caoimhseach (KEEV shoch)

You can also leave it in its original form, Amy.

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The closest thing to Jamie in (Irish) Gaelic) would be Séamas, which is pronounced "shae-mus" and is equated with the name James.

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In Irish it's Iasón;

in Scottish Gaelic it is ......

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In Irish: It can be either 'Jeaic' or 'Seáinín'.

In (Scottish) Gaelic: Seoc

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Irish Gaelic and Scottish Gaelic are two separate languages.

Scottish is Mìcheal;

Irish is Mícheál.

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The Irish and Scottish name Somhairle (Sorley) is regarded as an equivalent to Samuel, although of a different origin.

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Irish: Séathrún, Séafra

Scottish: Goraidh

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Irish is Séamas; Scottish is Seumas.

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