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Irish Baby Names - Alphabetical lists of Irish names and meanings for BOYS, GIRLS and PETS of Irish descent + Celtic baby names too!

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Irish Baby Names - Alphabetical lists of Irish names and meanings for BOYS, GIRLS and PETS of Irish descent + Celtic baby names! 

BOY - PET NAMES

ABBAN: abbot
ABRACHAM, BRAM: Irish form of Abraham (father of many)
ADAMNAN, AWNAN: little Adam
ADARE: from the ford of the oak tree
ADDERGOOLE: from between two fords
ADERRIG, AGHADERG: from the red ford
ADHAMH: of the earth
AENGUS, ANGUS, AONGHUS, OENGUS, UNGUS, ENOS, HUNGAS: vigorous one
AGHAMORE: from the great field
AGHY: friend of horses
AGUISTIN: majestic
AHANE: from the little ford
AHERN, AHEARN: lord of the horses
AICHLIN: meaning unknown
AIDRIAN: from the Adriatic
AILFRID: wise
AILIN: handsome
AINDREAS: strong
AINEISLIS: glorious stand
AINMIRE: great lord
AIRLEAS, ARLEN, ARLYN: pledge
ALABHAOIS: famous soldier
ALBAN: pale
ALPHONSUS: noble, ready
ALROY: red-haired
ALSANDAIR: defender of man
AMALGITH: meaning unknown
AMBLAOIBH: relic
AMBROS: divine
ANGUISH: myth name
ANLON, ANLUAN: champion
ANMCHA, AMNCHADH: brave
ANNADUFF: from the black marsh
ANNTOIN, ANN: priceless
AODHFIN, AODHFIONN: white fire
ARALT: leader
ARDAGH: from the high field
ARDAL, ARTEGAL, ARTHGALLO: high honor
ARDKILL: from the high church
ARTUR, ART: noble bear
ASSAN: waterfall
AULEY, AULIFFE, AMHLAOIBH: Irish form of Olaf (ancient)
AVONMORE: from the great river

BAETHAN, BEOLAGH: foolish
BAILINTIN: valiant
BAIRD: bard
BALLINAMORE: from the great river
BALLINDERRY: from the town of oak wood
BANAN: white
BANBHAN: piglet
BARRAM, BAIRRFHOINN: handsome
BEARNARD: brave as a bear
BEARTLAIDH: from Barts meadow
BELLINAGAR: meaning unknown
BENEN: kind
BIRR: from Birr
BLAINE, BLIAN: thin
BLAIR, BLAR: from the fields
BLATHMA: flower, sun
BOYNTON: from the town by the river Boyn
BRADY, BRADAIGH: spirited
BRAN: myth name
BRANDAN: saint name
BRANDUFF, BRANDUBH: black raven
BREANDAN: prince
BREASAL: pain
BREEN, BRAOIN: sadness
BRENNAN: little drop
BRODY: from the muddy place
BRONE: sorrowful
BUAGH, BUACH: victorious
BUCKLEY: boy  

CACANISIUS: son of Nis
CADHLA: handsome
CAFFAR: helmet
CAHIR, CATHAOIR: warrior
CAIRBRE: myth name
CAITH: from the battlefield
CALEY, CALY, CAOLAIDHE: slender
CALHOUN, COILLCUMHANN: from the narrow forest
CALLAGHAN, CEALLACHAN: strife
CALLOUGH, CALVAGH, CALBHACH: bald
CANICE: handsome
CAOLAN: slender
CAOMH: lovable
CARLIN: little champion
CARNEY, CEARNACH: victorious
CARRICK, CARRAIG: from the rocky headland
CARROLL, CEARBHALL: manly
CARTHAGE, CARTHACH: loving
CASHEL, CAISEAL: from Cashel
CATHAL: battle strong
CATHMOR, CATHMORE: great fighter
CAVAN: from Cavan
CELSUS: saint name
CIAN, CEIN, CAIN, CIANAN: archaic
CIARRAI: county
CILLIAN: battle
CINNEIDE: helmeted
CLARENCE, CLARRIE, CLANCY: ruddy warrior
CLEARY: scholar
CLUNY: from the meadow
COGHLAN, COCHLAIN, COUGHLAN: hooded
COINNEACH, CANICE: handsome
COIREALL: lordly
COLLA, CONARY, CONAIRE: ancient Irish name
COLLIN, COILIN: virile
COLM, COLMAN, COLEMAN, COLUMBO: dove
COLMCILLE: dove of the church
COMAN: bent
COMHGHAN, COWEN, COWAN, COWYN: twin
COMYN: shrewd
CONCHOBHAR, CONOR, CONNOR, CONNY, CONNIE, CORNELIUS: strong-willed, wise
CONLAN: hero, wise
CONNLAIO, CONLEY,CONLETH: ardent, wise
CONNOLLY, CONNACHT: brave, wise
CONROY, CONAIRE: wise, red
CONWAY: hound of the plain
COONEY, CUANAIC: handsome
CORCORAN: reddish-skin
COREY, CORI, CORY: from the round hill
CORMAC, CORMICK, CORBMAC, CORMIC: charioteer
CREVAN: fox
CROGHER, CROHOORE: loves hounds
CRONAN: little dark one
CROWLEY, CRUADHLAOICH: hunch-backed
CUINN: intelligent
CUMHEA, COOEY, COVEY: hound of the plains
CuUladh, COOLEY, COOLIE, CULLO: hound of Ulster
CUYLER: chapel   

DAGHDA: myth name
DAIBHEID: dearly loved
DAIRE, DARY, DARRAGH, DARRY: wealthy
DAITHI, DAHY: quick and agile
DALLAN: blind
DAMHLAIC: meaning unknown
DAMON, DAMAN: tame
DAITHI: beloved
DECLAN, DEAGLAN: saint name
DELANEY: from the river Slaney
DEMPSEY: proud
DERMOT, DERMOD, DARBY: free
DESMOND, DES, ESMOND: from south Munster
DEVINE, DAIMHIN: bard
DONNAN, DONN: brown
DON, DONNY, DONOVAN: From surname originally used as first name, itself meaning "dark brown", referring to color of hair, eyes, or skin.
DORAN, DEORADHAIN: exile
DIARMAID: of unknown origin, but perhaps combining di, "without," and airmait, "envy"
DOUGAL, DUBHGHALL, DOUGLAS, DOYLE, DOWLE: dark stranger
DOW, DUBG: black-haired
DRISCOL, DRISCOLL: mediator
DUANE: Irish/Gaelic name meaning "little black-haired one; dark; swarthy." Some variants include Dewain, Dewayne, Duwain, Duwayne, Dwain, Dwan, and Dwayne.
DUBHAN, DOWAN, DUGGAN, DUBHAGAIN: black
DWYER: black  

EACHAN: horseman
EAMON, EAMONN: guardian
EARNAN: knowing
EGAN, EGON, EAGON: fiery
EIMHIN, EIMAR, EVIN: swift
ELHE: legend name
ELROY: red-haired youth
ENAN, EANAN: meaning unknown
ENDA: saint name
EOGHAN, EOIN: gift of God
EOIN BAISTE: named for John the Baptist
ERC, EARC: red
ERNAN: Irish form of Ernest (serious)
ETH: fire
EVOY: blond 

FACHNAN: saint name
FAGAN, HAGAN: little Hugh
FAHEY, FAHY: from the green field
FALLON, FALLAMHAIN: ruler
FAOLAN, FELAN: wolf
FARDORAGH: dark
FARRY: manly
FAY, FEICH: raven
FIACHRA, FEARY, FIACH: myth name
FINEEN: beautiful child
FINBAR: handsome. Variants include Finghin, Fineen, Finnin, and Fionnbarr.
FINIAN: fair. Variants include Finnian, Fionan, Fionn, Phinean, and Phinian.
FLANN: ruddy. Variants include Flainn, Floinn, Flannan, Flannery, Flanagan, Flannagain, and Floinn.
FLYNN: Son of the ruddy man. Variants include Flin, Flinn, and Flyn.
FOGARTY, FOGERTY, FOGARTAIGH: exiled
FOLEY: plunders
FORBA: owns the fields 

GAFFNEY: calf
GAIR, GEAR: short; small one
GALE, GAEL, GAILE: stranger
GALL: rooster
GARA, GADHRA: mastiff
GARBHAN, GARVAN: rough
GARVEY, GAIRBITH: rough peace
GEAROID: spear brave
GERAGHTY: from the court
GERALT: farmer
GILCHRIST: Irish/Gaelic name meaning "Christ's servant."
GILIBEIRT: pledge
GILLEAN: Gaelic name meaning "servant of Saint John." Variants include Gillan, Gillen, and Gillian. Name is related to Gilchrist, Gillespie, and Gilmore.
GILLESPIE: Gaelic name meaning "son of the bishop's servant."
GILLEY, GILVARRY, GIOLLA CHRIOST, GIL, GILVARRY: serves Christ
GILMORE: Gaelic name meaning "servant of the Virgin Mary." Variants include Gillmore, Gillmour, and Gilmour.
GIOLLABRIGHDE, GILBRIDE: serves Saint Bridget
GIOLLABUIDHE: blond
GIOLLADHE, GILDEA: golden
GLAISNE, GLASNY: meaning unknown
GLALEANNA: dwells in the glen
GOFRAIDH, GODFREY, GORRY, GORRIE: peace from God
GOGARTY: banished
GORMAN, GORMAIN: blue
GOTHFRAIDH: peaceful
GRADY: Gaelic name meaning "noble" or "renowned." Variant, Gradey, exists.
GREAGOIR, GRIOGHAR: watchful
GRUAGH: giant
GUTHRIE: Gaelic name meaning "windy spot." Variant, Guthry exists. 

HALEY: ingenious
HANRAOI: rules the home
HEGARTY: unjust
HEREMON: myth name
HEWNEY: meaning unknown
HICKEY: healer
HIERO: saint name
HIGGINS: intelligent
HOIREABARD: soldier
HROTHREKR: famous ruler
HURLEY: sea tide
IARFHLAITH: meaning unknown
INERNEY: steward of church lands
INNIS, INIS, INYS, INNES, INISS: from the river island
IRIAL: meaning unknown

JARLATH: tributary lord
JUSTIN: judicious


KALEN, KAILEN, KALAN, KALLAN, KHEELAN, KELLEN: Irish/Celtic name meaning "warrior."
KEALAN, KELAN: slender
KEALLACH, KILLIAN: battle
KEEFE: handsome
KEEGAN, KEAGAN: fiery
KEELY, KEALY: handsome
KEENAN, KEANAN: ancient
KEITH: from the battlefield
KELLACH, KILLIAN, CEALLACH: strife
KELLEHER: loving husband
KENNEDY: helmeted
KENNY, KAVAN, KAVEN: handsome
KERRY, KEARY: from county Kerry
KERWIN, KERWYN: small, black one
KIAN, KEAN, KIENAN, KENAN: archaic
KIERAN, KYRAN, KIERON: dark
KILLDAIRE, KILDARE, KILDAIRE: from county Kildare
KINSELLA, KINSALE: meaning unknown
LALOR, LEATHLOBHAIR: half-leper
LAOGHAIRE: shepherd
LAUGHLIN, LANY, LEACHLAINN, LOUGHLIN: servant
LEARY: cattle keeper
LEE, LAOIDHIGH: poetic
LOCHLAIN, LAKELAND, LOCHLANN: home of the Norse
LOMAN: bare
LORCAN: little wild one
LUGAIDH: famous warrior
LUGH: myth name
LUNN, LUN: strong  

MACARTAN: son of Artan
MACAULEY, MACAULIFFE: son of Olaf
MACBRIDE: son of Bridget, Bride
MACCORMACK: son of Cormac
MACELROY: son of Elroy
MACMURRA, MACMAUREADHAIGH: son of Murray
MACQUAID: son of Quaid
MADDEN: small dog
MAELEACHLAINN, MALACHY, MILOS, MILES, MYLES: servant
MAELISA: serves Christ
MAGO, MANE: great
MAHER: generous
MAHON: bear
MALONE, MALONEY: serves Saint John
MANNIX, MAINCHIN: monk
MANNUSS: great
MAOLRUADHAN, MELRONE: serves Saint Ruadhan
MAUGHOLD: saint name
MEARA, MEADHRA: happy
MELCHIOR: meaning unknown
MELVIN, MELVYN, MALVIN, MAL: chief
MIACH: myth name
MOGUE: saint name
MOLAN: servant of the storm
MOLLOY, MALLOY: noble chief
MONOHAN: monk
MOONEY, MAONAIGH: wealthy
MORAN, MORAIN: great
MORIARTY, MUIRCHEARTAIGH: expert seaman
MOROLT: legend name
MORRISSEY: choice of the sea
MUIREADHACH, MURRY, MURRAY: lord of the sea
MULCAHY: battle chief
MULCONRY: hound of prosperity
MUNDY: from Reamon
MURCHADH, MURROUGH, MORGAN: fighter of the sea
MURPHEY, MURCHADH, MURPHY: sea warrior
NAAL: saint name
NALLY: poor
NAOMHAN, NEVAN, NEVYN: holy
NEASON, NESSAN: saint name
NOLAN: noble
NULTY, NULTE: from Ulster
ODANODAN: of the red earth
ODHRAN, ORAN, ODRAN: pale green
OSSIAN: fawn
OWNEY, ONEY: meaning unknown 

PADRIAC, PADRAIG: noble
PARLAN, PATHOLON: legend name
PHELAN: joyful
QUAID: Irish form of Walter (strong warrior)
QUERAN: dark
QUIGLEY: unruly hair
QUINLAN: graceful
QUINN, QUIN: intelligent
RAGHNALL: strong
REGAN, RIAGAN: little king
RENNY, RAIGHNE: mighty
RIDDOCK, REIDHACHADH, RIDDOC: from the smooth field
RIOBARD: bright
RIORDAN, RIORDAIN: royal bard
ROARK, RUARC, RUARK, RORKE, RUAIDHRI: famous ruler
ROGAN, RUADHAGAN, ROWE, ROWEN, ROWYN, ROWIN, ROWAN, RUADHAN: red-haired
ROIBHILIN, RAVELIN, RAVELYN, REVELIN: meaning unknown
ROIBIN, ROIBEARD: robin
RONAN: little seal
ROONEY, RUANAIDH: hero
RORY, RUAIDHRI: red
RUADHAN: saint name
RYAN, RIAN: little king
SCANLON, SCANNALAN, SCANLAN: scandal
SCULLY, SCOLAIGHE: herald
SEAFRA, SHEARY, SEAFRAID: peace from God
SEARBHREATHACH: judicious
SHAMUS, SEAMUS, SHEMUS: supplanter
SHANAHAN, SEANACHAN: wise
SHANLEY, SEANLAOCH: old hero
SHANNON, SEANAN: little old wise one
SHAUGHNESSY, SEACHNSAIGH: meaning unknown
SHEA, SEAGHDA: majestic
SHEARY, SHERON: Irish form of Geoffrey (peace of God)
SHEEHAN, SIODHACHAN: little peaceful one
SHERIDAN, SEIREADAN: untamed
SORLEY: Viking
STRAHAN, SRUTHAN: poet
STRUTHERS, SRUTHAIR: from the stream
SULLIVAN, SUILEABHAN: black-eyed
SWEENEY, SUIDHNE: little hero 

TADHG, TADLEIGH: bard
TEAGUE, TEAGHUE: poet
TERRENCE: tender
TERRISS, TERIS: son of Terrence
TIARCHNACH, TIERNEY, TIER, TIGHEARNACH, TIERNAN: regal
TIBBOT: Irish form of Theobald (strong for the people)
TORIN, TORYN: chief
TORMEY, TORMAIGH: thunder spirit
TORRANCE, TORRENCE, TORRANS, TORY: from the knolls
TREACY, TREASIGH, TREASACH: fighter
TREVOR, TREABHAR: prudent
TULLY, TAICLIGH: peaceful
UAID: Irish form of Walter (strong warrior)
UAINE: meaning unknown
UALTAR: strong fighter
UTHER: myth name
WARD: bard
WHELAN: joyful  


 

 

 

GIRL - PET NAMES

 

ABIAGEAL: Irish form of Abigail (brings joy)
ADARA, ATHDARA: from the ford at the oak tree
AFRICA, AFRIC, AIFRIC: pleasant
AGATA, AGATE: kind
AGHADREENA: from the field of the sloe bushes
AGHAMORA: from the great field
AGHAVEAGH, AGHAVILLA: from the field of the old tree
AGHNA: Irish form of Agnes (kind)
AHANA: from the little ford
AIBHLIN: Irish/Gaelic form of Evelyn (hazelnut?) or Helen (light).
AIDAN: Irish/Gaelic name meaning "Fire" or "Little fire." Variants include Adan, Adeen, Aden, Aideen, Aiden.
AIGNEIS: pure
AILBHE: "Noble, bright." Variants include Alva, Alvy, Elva, Elvy
AILEEN: Irish form of Greek Helen, "Light." Variants include Aila, Ailee, Ailene, Ailey, Aili, Ailia, Ailli, Ailie, Aleen, Alene, Aline, Alleen, Allene, Alline, Eileen, Eleen, Elleen, Ellene, Ileana, Ileane, Ileanna, Ilene, Iliana, Iliane, Ilianna, Illeanne, Illene, Leana, Leanah, Leanna, Leannah, Lena, Lenah, Liana, Lianna, Liannah, Lina, Linah.
AILIS, AILISE, AILISA: noble
AINGEAL: angel
AISLINN: Irish/Gaelic name meaning "Vision; dream." Variants include Aislin, Aisling, Ashling, Isleen.
AITHNE: Irish/Gaelic name meaning "fire." Feminine form of Aidan. Variants include Aine, Aithnea, Eithne, Ena, Ethnah, Ethnea, Ethnee.
ALASTRINA, ALASTRIONA: feminine form of Gaelic Alastair (man's defender).
ALMA: all good
ALLENA: Feminine form of Allen, or Alan. Means either "rock" or "beautiful." Variants include Alana, Alanna, Alena, Alene, Allene, Alleyne, Allynn, Allynne, Allynn, Alynne.
ANNABLA: Irish form of Annabel (lovable)
AODHNAIT: meaning unknown
AOIBHEANN: fair
AOIFE: Irish form of Eve (gives life)
ARDALA: high honor
ARLEEN, ARLENE, AIRLEAS, ARLENA, ARLETA, ARLETTE, ARLINE, ARLYNE: oath
ASSANE, ASSANA: waterfall
ASTHORE: loved one
ATTRACTA, ATHRACHT: saint name
AUGUSTEEN: feminine form of Augustine (great)
AURNIA: golden lady
AVONMORA: from the great river

BAB, BABE: meaning unknown
BAIBRE: strange
BANBA: myth name
BARRAN: little top
BEBHINN, BEVIN: singer
BELLINAGARA: meaning unknown
BENVY: meaning unknown
BERNEEN: feminine form of Bernard (courage of a bear)
BLATHNAID: flower
BLINNE: meaning unknown
BLUINSE: white
BRENDA, BREANDAN: little raven
BRENNA, BRANN: raven
BRIANNA, BRIANA, BREANNE, BRIANNE, BRINA, BRYANA, BRYANNA, BRYNA: strong
BRIGHID, BIDELIA, BIDDY, BIDINA, BREEDA, BRIDE, BRID: protective
BRONA: sorrow
BUAN: goodness


CADHLA: beautiful
CAFFARA, CAFFARIA: helmet
CAHIRA: warrior
CAILIN: girl
CAIT, CAITIE, CAITLIN, CAITLAN, CATLEE, CATTEE, CAT: pure
CAOIMHE, KEVAY: lovely and charming
CARAID: friend
CARLEEN: feminine form of Charles (manly)
CASEY, CATHASACH: brave
CASSIDY, CASIDHE: clever
CAVANA: from Cavan
CHRISTIAN, CRISTIN, CHRISTA: servant of Christ
CIANNAIT, KEENAT, KINNAT: archaic
CIAR, CIARA, CEIRE, KEARA: saint name
CLODAGH, CLO, CHLOE: from name of Irish river in Co. Tipperary, but perhaps felt by some to be associated with the name Claudia
COLMCILLA: dove of the church
COMYNA: shrewd
CONCEPTA: refers to the Immaculate Conception
CONCHOBARRE, CONCHOBARRA, CONCHOBARA: feminine form of Connor (strong-willed)
CONGALIE, CONNAL: constant
CUMANIA: saint name

DAMHNAIT, DEVENT, DOWNETI, DYMPHNA, DEVNET, DOWNETT: bard
DANA: a Dane
DARERCA: saint name
DEARBHAIL, DERVAL: true desire
DECLA: feminine form of Declan (saint name)
DERVLA, DERVILIA: daughter of Ireland
DERVORGILLA, DERFORGAL, DERFORGALA: servant of Dervor
DIERDRE, DEDRE: myth name (sorrowful)
DOIREANN, DOREEN: sullen
DOMINICA: saint name
DONELLE: feminine form of Donal (rules the world)
DOON: from Doon
DUANA, DUBHAIN: dark
DUVESSA, DUBHEASA: dark beauty
DYMPNA, DYMPHNA, DAMHNAIT: Irish name, probably a development from Gaelic name Damhnait, itself perhaps feminine diminutive of damh (stag or poet). To non-Irish suggests blend of Daphne and nymph (logically enough, for former was latter).

EALGA: noble
EAVAN: fair
EDANA, ENA, ETHNA, EITHNA, ETNEY: feminine form of Aidan (fire)
EILEEN, EILENE, ILEEN, EIBHLHIN, EILY: light
EILINORA: Irish form of Eleanor (light)
EILIS: Irish form of Elizabeth (consecrated to God)
EISTIR: Irish form of Esther (star)
EITHNE, ETHNA, ETNEY: Said to derive from eithne (kernel), presumably in metaphorical sense - fruitful. Felt by some to be feminine form of Aidan, and to relate to Edna.
ELAN: Irish form of Helen (light)
EMER: myth name
ENA, ENAT, ENY: ardent
ENNIS, INIS: from Ennis
ERIN, ERINA: Irish name, from poetic name for Ireland.
EVELEEN: Irish form of Evelina (light, giver of life)
ETAIN: sparkling
ETHNA, EITHNE: graceful
FAINCHE: free
FAOILTIARNA: wolf lady
FEENAT, FIANAIT: deer
FENELLA, FIONNGHUALA, FINELLA, NELLA, NULA: white-shouldered
FINEENA: beautiful child
FIONA, FINNA, FIONN: fair
FIONNUALA, FINOLA, NUALA, FYNBALLA: fair shoulders
FLANNA: red-haired
GEAROIDIN: meaning unknown
GLENNA, GLYNNA: of the glen
GOBINET, GOBNAIT, GOBNAT, GUBNAT: Irish form of Abigail (brings joy)
GORMGHLAITH, GORMLY, GORMLEY: sad
GRAINNE: charming
GRANIA, GRANNA: myth name  

HIOLAIR: Irish form of Hilary (happy)
HISOLDA, IZETT: Irish form of Isolda
HODIERNA: meaning unknown
HONOR, HONORIA, HONORA: honor
IBERNIA: from Ireland
IDE, IDA, ITA: thirsty
IERNE: from Ireland
ISIBEAL: Irish form of Isabel (consecrated to God)
ISLEEN, ISLENE: "Vision; dream." See Aislinn.
ISMEY, ISMENIA: meaning unknown 


JANA: feminine form of John (God is gracious)


KATHLEEN: innocent
KEARA, KIARA: saint name
KEAVY: mild, lovely grace
KEELY: beautiful
KINNAT, KEENAT: archaic


LABHAOISE: warrior-maid
LAETITIA: Irish form of Letitia (happy)
LEILA, LIL: saint name
LUIGHSEACH: torch bringer


MAB, MABBINA, MEADHBH: happiness
MACHA: plain
MADA: from Mathilda
MADAILEIN: Irish form of Madeleine (magnificent)
MAEVE, MAVE: joy
MAIBLE: lovable
MAIGHDLIN: magnificent
MAILLE, MAILSI: pearl
MAIREAD, MARGARET: saint name
MAITILDE, MAITILDA, MAUDE, MAUD, MAITI: strong battle-maid
MAJELLA: saint name
MALVINA: sweet
MAOLI, MAOLA: handmaiden
MAUREEN, MAURINE, MOIRE, MAIRE, MARE, MAURA, MEARR, MOIRA, MOYA, MAURYA, MUIRE, MAIRONA, MAIRIA: bitter
MEADHBH: pearl
MEARA: happy
MELVA: ruler
MERNA, MYRNA, MORNA, MUIRNE: beloved
MIDE, MEEDA: thirsty
MOINA, MOYNA: noble
MONA: noblewoman
MONCA: wise
MONCHA: alone
MOR, MORE, MOREEN: great
MUADHNAIT: little, noble one
MUGAIN: myth name
MUIREANN, MORRINA: long-haired
MUIRGHEAL, MUREL, MURIEL: knows the sea

NAINSI: Irish form of Nancy (graceful)
NEALA, NELDA: champion
NIAMH: myth name
NOIRIN: meaning unknown
NUALA: lovely shoulders
OBHARNAIT, ORNA, ORNAT: the color of olive
OHNICIO, ONORA: honor
OILBHE, OLIVE: olive
ORGHLAITH, ORLAITH, ORLAITHE, ORLA: golden
ORNA: pale


PADRAIGIN: noble
PAILI: meaning unknown
PHIALA: saint name


RANAIT, RENNY, RANALT, RATHNAIT: wealthy, charming
RICHAEL, RAICHEAL: saint name
RIOGHNACH, RIONA: royal
ROIS: horse


SADBH, SIVE: good
SADHBH, SADHBBA: wise
SAMHAOIR: myth name
SARAID: excellent
SCOTA: myth name (named for Scotland)
SEARLAIT: feminine form of Charles (mannish)
SEOSAIMHTHIN, SEOSAIMHIN: fertile
SHAWN, SHAUNA, SEANA: present
SHEILA, SHEELAH: Irish form of Cecilia (blind)
SILE: youthful
SINEAD, SINEIDIN, SINE: praise
SIOBHAN: Irish equivalent of Joan, "The Lord is Gracious."
SLAINE, SLANY, SIANY: good health
SORCHA: intelligent
SOSANNA: lily
SYBIL, SIBEAL: prophetess

TARA: Irish/Gaelic name meaning "rocky hill," or "from the crag of a tower." Variants include Tarah, Tarra, and Tarrah.
TEAMHAIR: myth name (where the kings met)
TREASA, TREISE, TOIREASA: strong
TULLIA: peaceful
UNA, UNY, UNITY: together
ULICIA: feminine form of Ulik
VEVILA: harmony
VEVINA: sweet lady
ZAIRA: Irish form of Sara (princess)
ZINNA: meaning unknown 

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