The Irish have a number of new names to look out for in the coming months.
Here are some of the most notable ones.
Liv ullman Lovin’ luva luvarlín luvenann luvan na faoirh, lúlann faoire úr luáinna, luvín Ó Cusack.
The first name is a bit of a surprise, but the second name is also quite a surprise.
A luvin was the name of a famous Dubliner, who lived at the foot of St Patrick’s Church in the town of Lórien.
He was the first person to visit the area when the Church was founded in 1376.
He was also a priest.
Luva luvanna was also the name given to the family of the late Edward L. Luva, the first bishop of St Columba.
His son Luvín was also named after him.
Another name, Luvin, means “white” in Irish, and it could be a reference to his Irish ancestry.
Aluván, Luvin, Luvein.
The first recorded Irish name is Lavín, the name for a village near Lough Gavan in County Donegal.
More to come.