Posts tagged Oisin

The Herald Births- May 2011


Van Stratton- Mia & Meg

Fabian Fuata- Caleb, Christian & Lauryn

Mason Drew- Cameron, Ashton & Rylan

Oisin Michael

Bru John- Meg, Jack & Pippa

Louis Gordon- Eloise, Laura & Will



Sacha Ruby- Kourtney

Milla Irene Libby- Finn

Freya- Laurens & Christaan

Harriet Frances- Guy, Theo & Edward

Aster Zoe

Paz Angelica- Michael & Nicholas

Vivien Joy- Lila

Liezel Filippa- Anya & Heidi

Evarne Sandra- Auden & Liam

Carmen Rose- Madeleine & Mario



Oliver Michael & Sophie Raphaelle

Barclay & Ines

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Name for 18th November- Oscar

English, Iris, Portuguese, Scandinavian, Irish Mythology.

Possibly means “deer lover”, derived from Gaelic os “deer” and cara “lover”. Alternatively, it may derive from the Old English name OSGAR or its Old Norse cognateÁSGEIRR, which may have been brought to Ireland by Viking invaders and settlers. In Irish legend Oscar was the son of the poet Oisín and the grandson of the hero Fionn mac Cumhail.

This name was popularized in continental Europe by the works of the 18th-century Scottish poet James Macpherson. Napolean was an admirer of Macpherson, and he suggested Oscar as the second middle name of his godson, who eventually became king of Sweden as Oscar I. Another notable bearer was the Irish writer and humourist Oscar Wilde (1854-1900) (

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Origin of the name Oscar: derived from a Norman baronial name taken from a French place-name meaning “golden city.” Others think it is merely an invention of the novelist Fanny Burney, who used it for the hero in her novel Evelina (1778). From A World of Baby Names by Teresa Norman

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Name for yesterday- Oisin

Means “little deer”, derived from Irish os “deer” combined with a diminutive suffix. In Irish legend Oisín was a warrior hero and a poet, the son of Fionn mac Cumhail. (

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and the boys

Ewan, Leif, Aurelius, Banjo, Cosimo, Milo, Rafferty, Ned, Leland, Bernie, Jonas, Rex, Ciaran, Abe, Cole, Cullen, Edward, Harvey, Henry,Hugh, Ira, Meyer, Otis, Oren, Roosevelt, Noah, Oscar, Elihu, Kofi, Tenzin, Asa, Isidro, Edme, Galileo, Alexander, Art, Elias, Ole, Otto, Rexford, Silas, Arlo, Bartholomew, Knox, Montgomery, Inis, Romney, Ryo, Bruno, Indigo, Jasper, Arno, Aries, Bram, Jay, Jonah, Leo, Oisin, Grover, Heath, Ivo, Ephraim, Arthur, Bart, Dexter, Elmer, Theodore, Oswald, Cassius, Ambrose, Elliot, Joel, Nilo, Felix, Emmitt, Julius, Baxter, Christian, Hector, Wallace, Abel, Thabo, Augustus, Abraham, Calvin, Chester, Franklin, Grover, Millard, Lyon, Russell, Rutherford, Tazewell, Caius, Cato, Iago, Orlando.

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