|Pronunciation||📣 \i-rela-nd, ir(e)-land\|
|Number of People||👶 6,000|
|Rate in 2021||2337|
|Name origin||🌍 English|
The name Ireland is a locational name derived from the Gaelic term "Eire" combined with the Germanic suffix 'land', meaning land or territory. Altogether the name represents "the land of Eire" or as it's known, "land of the Irish."
The name Ireland originally originates from the Gaelic term "Eire", coupled with the Old English word 'land.' Across various cultures and languages, it has transformed into its present form 'Ireland'. It became popular as a first name during the middle of the 20th century and has now gained widespread usage in English-speaking countries.
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