The name Ann is Anna in Irish (and Scottish Gaelic), but in Ireland the native names Áine and Eithne are considered equivalent names.
Mag Shamhráin is the Irish spelling.
The Irish spelling of 'Sheila' is Síle. It is originally derived from Cecilia.
It's probably Irish. It looks like an anglicized spelling of Pádraig. But most Irish Patricks have adopted the English spelling.
The girl's name Breanna is pronounced bree-ANN-ah. It is of English origin. Variant spelling of Brianna. It is of Irish, Gaelic and Celtic origin
As its not an Irish name there would be no Irish spelling for it
LEPRECHAUN - one of the small mythical Irish people
Ó Dubhshláine is the Irish spelling.
bí ann (táim ann "I am present") In Irish
The Irish spelling is Ruairí; the Scottish spelling is Ruairidh.
Aine is the Irish (Gaelic) for the English name Ann or Anne