Lóegaire is a given name.
Lóegaire (Laoghaire, Láegaire, Loeguire, sometimes anglicised as Leary) is a popular medieval Irish name borne by a number of historical and legendary figures:
Notable people bearing this name include:
- Lóegaire Lorc, legendary High King of Ireland of the 6th century BC
- Lóegaire Búadach, hapless would-be hero of the Ulster Cycle
- Lóegaire mac Néill, High King of Ireland in the time of Saint Patrick
- Lóegaire mac Crimthann, legendary son of the king of Connacht who has an adventure in the Otherworld
- Lughaid mac Loeguire, another High King of Ireland
In south county Dublin there is the town of Dún Laoghaire, meaning "The Fort of Leary."