Someone who is in authority that rules or commands others. The word ruler can only be traced back to middle English between 1325-75
Irish people are from groups such as Fir bola, Comorians, Tuatha d'e danann , Nemedians and Milesians. Today Irish people are found all over the world. Ever popular Irish names are returning to their Gaelic roots and traditional spellings. It might give your little one a tougher name to spell at school, but Siobhan (Shiv-hawn) and Caoimhe (Kee-va) are making a come back. Move over Mary and Michael
Gender: FaIIon is normally a boys name.