The Irish Gaelic name Mac Óda is derived from their ancestor Odo
Kody is a name derived from the Irish Gaelic last name Mac Oda, which means "wealthy". The name can also be spelled as Cody.
Code is an Irish and Gaelic name, and it means either "son of Oda" or "descendant of Cuidightheach." (Cuidightheach means helpful person.)
The name "Cody" doesn't appear in the Bible.
Cody means "helper". It can be used for either a boy or girl name.
'Catherine' doesn't mean anything in Irish; it's an English name. However the Irish version of the name is Caitríona.
It has no meaning in Irish; it's not an Irish Gaelic name.
It's not an Irish name so it has no meaning in Irish.
Allyson is not an Irish word and has no meaning in Irish.
It doesn't mean anything in Irish: it's not an Irish name. I believe it's French.
"Isabelle" doesn't mean anything in Irish, but the Irish version of the name is Sibéal (shibael).
It doesn't mean anything in Irish; it's a Welsh name.
Leah has no meaning in Irish.
Teryn has no meaning in Irish.
Colleen is an Irish name that means "Little Irish Girl"
It isn't an Irish word or name; it doesn't mean anything in Irish. It does however resemble the Irish name Aislinn (ashlin)/Aisling (ashling) which is translated as 'a vision, a dream'.
Faye is not an Irish name. It is an English name that means fairy.
'Gagle' is not an Irish word. 'Gaeilge' is the name of the language in Irish.
There is no direct translation of Reyna into Irish. The name Reyna is a variant of the name Reina, meaning "queen" in Spanish. However, the Irish names Riona and Saorla both mean "queen" or "queenly" in Irish.
Brianna is an English name, it has no meaning in Irish.
Of the sea. I'm Irish and my name is Marissa
Beveny has no meaning or translation in Irish.
Tine is the Irish word for fire.
'Nicole' has no meaning in Irish. The name is spelled Nicole in Irish as in English.
It is of Irish and Gaelic origin. Poetic name for Ireland.
It doesn't mean anything in Irish or Scottish, it's an English given name.
It is an very famous Irish name.
It was derived from the name of an Irish river
it is an awsome last name. It is irish.
the name is Irish and the meaning is 'Strong'
Sabrina is not an Irish name. It is the Latin form of the name of the River Severn. In Welsh it is Hafren.
it is an Irish secound
Conor is an Irish name which means 'lover of dogs' or 'lover of hounds'. It was the name of serveral Irish Kings and also of a legendary Irish king of Ulster.
'Jack' is not a word in Irish. The male name 'Jack' would have 'Seáinín' as an equivalent in Irish.
Laura doesn't mean anything in Irish; it's not an Irish word. If you are trying to say 'What is Laura in Irish?' the name has no Irish Gaelic spelling; it's still Laura.
Lisa has no meaning in Irish: Lís (leesh) is the equivalent.
Bolen comes from the Scandinavian name Bjolan, it has no meaning in Irish.
It is an Irish version of Clare/Claire.
The name Connolly is an Irish name it means wisdom.
It is not an Irish name, but it is of Old English heritage, meaning "marsh or island of linden trees".
It has no special meaning in Ireland, as it is not an Irish name. Its origins are Greek and it means life or alive.
The name Shannae means (gift) its Irish and can also mean (rose)
You mean how to say Cody in French? By Cody, I am assuming you are referring to a name. If so, you typically don't translate names. You can say it with an accent, but thats up to you.
It means God's gift, it is an Irish name.
It is an Irish girl's name meaning "warrior".
Éire or Éirinn is the Irish name for Ireland.
i think its only a name an Irish name maybe
It is the Irish/Gaeilge for 'Honey' and is a girl's name'
'Nancy' has no meaning in Irish as it's a name in English. 'Nancy' in Irish is 'Neans' or 'Neansai'.
Meaning of "Nia" Irish name In Irish, the name Nia means- champion. Other origins for the name Nia include - Irish, English.The name Nia is most often used as a girl name or female name. Irish Name Meaning - champion Origin - Ireland