User comments for Áedán (Meaning / History Only)

Of Irish origin, meaning 'warm'.
― Anonymous User  1/22/2008
Where do people get the idea that it means warmth? It comes from Aed which means Fire. Probably meaning something along the lines of Little Fire, being Aed with a suffix of an or en or in which usually indicates in Gaelic names that something is small, little.

It probably denotes a child that has some spunk, or a fiery temper. Or maybe a spiritual connotation.
― Anonymous User  2/11/2008

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