Meaning : Silent Or Fierce, Silent or fierce, Little fierce one, Meaning 'litle fierce one'. An Anglicized version of the name Lorc,

Origin : Gaelic, Celtic, Irish,

Pronunciation : LOR ken, (Lore- can),

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Lorcan Expression, Lorcan Soul Urge, Lorcan Inner Dream


Numerology information Lorcan:

numerologyName Number: 9 Meaning: Divine, God, Goodness, Truth, Unconditional love, Gift, Free will, Ideal, Whole, Endless


Additional information Lorcan:

additionalLorcan is an uncommon name of Irish and Gaelic origin, meaning 'little fierce one'. It is sometimes equated with Laurence, though Lorcan is a name in its own right. The name is growing in popularity in Ireland in recent years.

additionalIrish Meaning: The name Lorcan is an Irish baby name. In Irish the meaning of the name Lorcan is: Little fierce one.


Definition funny of Lorcan:

urbanGenerally called a sarcastic bastard. . . yet the person in question was clearly born in wedlock.

urban-Stop acting like Lorcan, your such an ass! - I may be sarcastic but I'm no bastard.

urbanIrish name, derived from the name Laurence. Means Little Fierce One.

urbanLorcan ya bleedin tick, stop lurkin in the bushes........

urbana very ugly rugby playing irish paddy cocksucker boy, overly into dubstep.

urbanomg did you see my amazing tackle? cuz i'm a lorcan....


Expression information Lorcan:

expressionPeople with this name tend to be passionate, compassionate, intuitive, romantic, and to have magnetic personalities. They are usually humanitarian, broadminded and generous, and tend to follow professions where they can serve humanity. Because they are so affectionate and giving, they may be imposed on. They are romantic and easily fall in love, but may be easily hurt and are sometimes quick-tempered.


Soul information Lorcan:

soulPeople with this name have a deep inner need for quiet, and a desire to understand and analyze the world they live in, and to learn the deeper truths.


Songs about Lorcan:

songsI Love London (Lorcan Mak Remix) by Crystal Fighters from the Album Kitsuné: I Love London

songsIn the Morning (feat. Garvan Gallegher, Cathy Fitzgerald, Lorcan Murphy & Kieran Halpin) by Mick Fitzgerald & The Bacha Trio from the Album Streetwise

songsLe Chat (Lorcan Mac Remix) by Arveene from the Album Do You Like Disco? EP (The Remixes)

songsLe Cheval (Lorcan Mak Remix) by Chernobyl from the Album Le Cheval

songsLorcan by The Nualas from the Album Live & Available

songsLorcan McGrane Tribute Song by Papa Razzi and the Photogs from the Album I Like Famous People and Podcasts and so On

songsOlivia (Lorcan Mak Remix) by Prince Club from the Album Utopia / Olivia


Books about Lorcan:

booksLorcan's Desire (Whispering Pines Ranch Book 1) by SJD Peterson (May 30, 2011)

booksThe Network Reshapes the Library: Lorcan Dempsey on Libraries, Services and Networks by Lorcan Dempsey and Kenneth J. Varnum (Jun 26, 2014)

booksLorcán agus an fheadóg draíochta (Lorcan and Niamh's Adventures Book 1) (Irish Edition) by Dolores Andrew-Gavin and Sidhe Art And Design (Sep 25, 2013)

booksLorcan's Bane by Kitty Roxanna Connell (Sep 30, 2008)

booksLorcan O'Herlihy (Contemporary World Architects) by Oscar Riera Ojeda and Anthony Vidler (May 1, 1999)

booksLorcan and the Magic Whistle (Lorcan and Niamh's Adventures Book 1) by Dolores Andrew-Gavin and Sidhe Art And Design (Sep 9, 2013)

booksLorcan O'Herlihy Architects.: An article from: The Architectural Review by Michael Webb (May 25, 2010)


Wiki information Lorcan:

Lorcan Cranitch
Actor, Influence Node, TV Actor, Film actor, Person

Lorcan Cranitch is an Irish actor. Born in Dublin, Lorcan Cranitch became involved in drama while a student, and in 1980, he moved to London where he trained at RADA. His first major role on British television was as Tim Healy in the 1991 BBC drama...

Lorcán Ua Tuathail
Deceased Person, Person

Lorcán Ua Tuathail, also known as Saint Laurence O'Toole was Archbishop of Dublin at the time of the Norman invasion of Ireland. He played a prominent role in the Irish Church Reform Movement of the 12th century and mediated between the parties...