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5. Juni 2006 um 11:33

Hallo,

mein Mann und ich sind noch auf der Suche nach einem schönen nicht zu häufigen Mädchennamen.


Bewertet bitte mal unsere Vorauswahl:

Luna
Erin / Erynn
Charis
Caitlyn
Ailleen
Nia
Nyah
Alannah
Rhea

Wäre auch offen für weitere nette Vorschläge

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5. Juni 2006 um 11:52

Ich finde..
Nia von den Vorschlägen am besten.
Evtl. auch Nia-Sophie?
Oder wie wäre es mit Sinja?

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5. Juni 2006 um 12:37

Also
Luna ist schön, aber häufig
Erynn/Erin mag ich ganz gern. Soviel ich weiß, ist es das irische/gällische Wort für Irland
Charis mag ich auch- würde es aber eher als ZN vergeben
Caitlyn ist auch ein toller Name...
Mit Nia oder Nyah kann ich mich nicht so anfreunden
Allanah und Rhea sind ganz ok, aber nichts was mich vom Hocker haut
Lg
Dyna

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5. Juni 2006 um 12:39

Bewertung
hallo,
ich bewerte diese namen nach "schön", "mittel", "nicht schön":
Luna: schön
Erin: nicht schön
Charis: mittel
Caitlyn: mittel
Ailleen: mittel (Aileen oder Eileen oder Aylin sieht besser aus)
Nia: schön
Nyah: mittel
Alannah: mittel
Rhea: nicht schön

weitere vorschläge:
Eliza
Mailin
Smilla
Mila
Adina
Sidonie
Salma
Elita
Nika
Linnea
Lorena
Jenna
Laila
Leandra
Estelle
Felice
Leana
Aimee
Lisann
Livia
Tamina
Rika
Aurelia
Silja
Tiana
Emina
Medina
Luana
Lilith
Laureen
Feline
Elin
Elea

vllt ist ja was dabei für euch!!! ihr könnt euch ja mal melden, welche namen euch gefallen und welche nicht.
LG

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5. Juni 2006 um 12:50

Meine Bewertung
Luna 2 schön
Erin 4 naja, nicht so
Charis 5 nicht mein Geschmack
Caitlyn 6 gefällt mir nicht
Aileen 1 sehr schön
Nia 3 ist ganz o.k. aber lieber Mia
Nyah 6 gefällt mir nicht
Alannah 6 gefällt mir nicht
Rhea 6 auch nicht so schön

LG Katja

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5. Juni 2006 um 12:52

...
Luna : 3+
Erin / Erynn : 3-
Charis : 4+
Caitlyn : 3+
Ailleen : 1- (wie Aileen gesprochen?)
Nia : 2-
Nyah : ?? (wie soll das denn ausgesprochen werden??)
Alannah : 3-
Rhea : 4-

hier noch einige neue vorschläge:

- Adell
- Abigail
- Adrienne
- Aida
- Alayna
- Alicia
- Alice
- Alison
- Amber
- Amira
- Angelique
- Anissa
- Ariel
- Avelina
- Belinda
- Bernice
- Breana
- Brooke
- Cameron
- Candice
- Carline
- Cassandra
- Cathleen
- Chanel
- Charline
- Cheyenne
- Cheryl
- Chloe
- Cleo
- Chrystal
- Ciera
- Clarice
- Darcie
- Daphne
- Deena
- Drew
- Dawn
- Elaine
- Elenor
- Estelle
- Faith
- Fiona
- Gemma
- Gabrielle
- Georgina
- Helen
- Hazel
- Imelda
- Jade
- Jocelyn
- Janice
- Joyce
- Karleen
- Kelsie
- Kristen
- Lainey
- Larissa
- Marissa
- Marcia
- Madison
- Megan
- Noel
- Naomi
- Neva
- Odelia
- Patricia
- Pearl
- Rachel
- Reina
- Rina
- Risa
- Rose
- Roxy
- Santina
- Samantha
- Shantell
- Sharyl
- Tabitha
- Tamara
- Tara
- Tawny
- Valerie
- Vanessa
- Valentina
- Virginia
- Violet
- Yasmin
- Yanira
- Wynell
- Zita
- Zina
- Zaina

LG Kate

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6. Juni 2006 um 13:32

Danke...
für Eure Bewertungen und Eure weiteren Vorschläge.
Hmm, unser Problem ist, uns gefallen eigentlich am besten Namen aus dem irisch-gälischen Raum. Allerdings haben wir einen "normal deutschen" Nachnamen (Dittrich). Und viele gälische Namen sind nicht sehr deutsch-kompatibel, weil Schreibweise und Aussprache sich stark unterscheiden.
Einer meiner Favoriten war z.B. immer schon Siobhan für ein Mädchen (spricht man Scho-waan), aber der kommt ja leider nicht in Frage aus oben genannten Gründen.

Nyah spricht man übrigens genauso aus wie Nia; der Name ist Swaheli und bedeutet "starker Wille" oder "Donner".

Vielleicht hat noch jemand ein paar irische Namen für uns?

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6. Juni 2006 um 14:03
In Antwort auf rubin1973

Danke...
für Eure Bewertungen und Eure weiteren Vorschläge.
Hmm, unser Problem ist, uns gefallen eigentlich am besten Namen aus dem irisch-gälischen Raum. Allerdings haben wir einen "normal deutschen" Nachnamen (Dittrich). Und viele gälische Namen sind nicht sehr deutsch-kompatibel, weil Schreibweise und Aussprache sich stark unterscheiden.
Einer meiner Favoriten war z.B. immer schon Siobhan für ein Mädchen (spricht man Scho-waan), aber der kommt ja leider nicht in Frage aus oben genannten Gründen.

Nyah spricht man übrigens genauso aus wie Nia; der Name ist Swaheli und bedeutet "starker Wille" oder "Donner".

Vielleicht hat noch jemand ein paar irische Namen für uns?

(ganz schön viele) Irische Namen
Jungen:

ABBAN: "abbot."

ABRACHAM: Irish form of Abraham, meaning "father of many." Variant Bram exists.

ADAMNAN: "little Adam." Variant Awnan exists.

ADARE: "from the ford of the oak tree."

ADDERGOOLE: "from between two fords."

ADERRIG: "from the red ford." Variant Aghaderg exists.

ADHAMH: "of the earth."

AENGUS: "vigorous one." Variants include Angus, Aonghus, Enos, Hungas, Oengus, and Ungus.

AGHAMORE: "from the great field."

AGHY: "friend of horses."

AGUISTIN: "majestic."

AHANE: "from the little ford."

AHERN: "lord of the horses." Variant Ahearn exists.

AICHLIN: meaning unknown.

AIDAN: Irish/Gaelic unisex name meaning "fire." Variants include male Aiden, Aodh, and Aodhan, and female Adan, Adeen, Aden, Aideen and Aiden.

AIDRIAN: "from the Adriatic."

AILFRID: "wise."

AINDREAS: "strong."

AINEISLIS: "glorious stand."

AINMIRE: "great lord."

AIRLEAS: "pledge." Variants include Arlen, and Arlyn.

ALABHAOIS: "famous soldier."

ALAN: Irish name meaning either "rock," or "handsome." Variants include Ailin, Al, Allan, Allen, Allie, Alun, Ally, Allyn.

ALASTAR: Irish form of Greek Alexander, meaning "man's defender."

ALBAN: "pale."

ALPHONSUS: "noble, ready."

ALROY: "red-haired."

ALSANDAIR: "defender of man."

AMALGITH: meaning unknown.

AMBLAOIBH: "relic."

AMBROS: "divine."

ANGUISH: myth name.

ANLON: "champion." Variant Anluan exists.

ANMCHA: "brave." Variant Amnchadh exists.

ANNADUFF: "from the black marsh."

ANNTOIN: "priceless." Variant Ann exists.

AODHFIN: "white fire." Variant Aodhfionn exists.

ARALT: "leader."

ARDAGH: "from the high field."

ARDAL: "high honor." Variants include Artegal, and Arthgallo.

ARDKILL: "from the high church."

ARTUR: "noble bear." Variant Art exists.

ASSAN: "waterfall."

AULEY: Irish form of Olaf, meaning ancient." Variants include Amhlaoibh, and Auliffe.

AVONMORE: "from the great river."

BAETHAN: "foolish." Variant Beolagh exists.

BAILINTIN: "valiant."

BAIRD: "bard."

BALLINAMORE: "from the great river."

BALLINDERRY: "from the town of oak wood."

BANAN: "white."

BANBHAN: "piglet."

BARRAM: "handsome." Variant Bairrfhoinn exists.

BEARNARD: "brave as a bear."

BEARTLAIDH: "from Bart's meadow."

BELLINAGAR: meaning unknown.

BENEN: "kind."

BIRR: "from Birr."

BLAINE: Irish/Gaelic unisex name meaning "slender." Originally a surname. Variants include Blainey, Blane, Blayne, and Blayney.

BLAIR: Scottish/Gaelic unisex name meaning "from the plain lands; child of the fields." Used as a surname first. Variant Blaire exists.

BLATHMA: "flower, sun."

BOYNTON: "from the town by the river Boyn."

BRADY: "spirited." Variant Bradaigh exists.

BRAN: myth name.

BRANDAN: saint name.

BRANDUFF: "black raven." Variant Brandubh exists.

BREANDÁN: Irish/Gaelic form of Old English Brendan, meaning "burning; firebrand."

BREANDAN: "prince."

BREASAL: "pain."

BREEN: "sadness." Variant Braoin exists.

BRENNAN: "little drop."

BRODY: "from the muddy place."

BRONE: "sorrowful."

BUAGH: "victorious." Variant Buach exists.

BUCKLEY: "boy."

CACANISIUS: "son of Nis."

CADHLA: "handsome."

CAFFAR: "helmet."

CAHIR: "warrior." Variant Cathaoir exists.

CAIRBRE: myth name.

CAITH: "from the battlefield."

CALEY, CALY, CAOLAIDHE: "slender." Variants include Caly, and Caolaidhe.

CALHOUN: "from the narrow forest." Variant Coillcumhann exists.

CALLAGHAN: "strife." Variant Ceallachan exists.

CALLOUGH: "bald." Variants include Calbhach, and Calvagh.

CANICE: "handsome."

CAOIMHGHIN: Irish/Celtic name meaning "gentle." Variants include Caoimhin, and Coemgen.

CAOLAN: "slender."

CAOMH: "lovable."

CAREY: English/Irish form of Gaelic Ciardha, meaning "the dark one." Unisex name. Variants include Caerau, and Cary.

CARLIN: Irish/Gaelic unisex name meaning "small champion." Variants include Carling, and Carly.

CARNEY: "victorious." Variant Cearnach exists.

CARRICK: "from the rocky headland." Variant Carraig exists.

CARROLL: "manly." Variant Cearbhall exists.

CARTHAGE: "loving." Variant Carthach exists.

CASEY: English, and Irish unisex name meaning "vigilant; watchful." Variants include Cacey, Cacie, Caisee, Caisey, Caisi, Caisie, Casee, Casi, Casie, Cathasach, Cathasaigh, Caycee, Caycey, Cayci, Caycie, Caysee, Caysey, Caysi, Caysie, Kacey, Kacie, Kacy, Kacyee, Kasey, Kaycee, Kaycey, Kayci, Kaycie, Kaysee, Kaysey, Kaysi, Kaysie, Kaysy, and Kaysyee.

CASHEL: "from Cashel." Variant Caiseal exists.

CASIDHE: Irish unisex name. Either a variant of Cassidy, meaning "curly-haired," or a word/name meaning either "brave" or "clever."

CASSIDY: Irish unisex name meaning "curly-haired." Variants include Caiside, and Casidhe.

CATHAL: "battle strong."

CATHMOR: "great fighter." Variant Cathmore exists.

CAVAN: "from Cavan."

CELSUS: saint name.

CIAN: "ancient." Variants include Cain, Cein, and Cianan.

CIARRAI: "county."

CILLIAN: "battle."

CINNEIDE: "helmeted."

CLARENCE: "ruddy warrior." Variants include Clancy, and Clarrie.

CLEARY: "scholar."

CLUNY: "from the meadow."

COGHLAN: "hooded." Variants include Cochlain, and Coughlan.

COINNEACH: "handsome." Variant Canice exists.

COIREALL: "lordly."

COLLA: "ancient Irish name." Variants include Conaire, and Conary.

COLLIN: "virile." Variant Coilin exists.

COLM: "dove." Variants include Coleman, Colman, and Columbo.

COLMCILLE: "dove of the church."

COMAN: "bent."

COMHGHAN: "twin." Variants include Cowan, Cowen, and Cowyn.

COMYN: "shrewd."

CONCHOBHAR: "strong-willed, wise." Variants include Connie, Connor, Conny, Conor, and Cornelius.

CONLAN: "hero, wise."

CONNLAIO: "ardent, wise." Variants include Conleth, and Conley.

CONNOLLY: "brave, wise." Variant Connacht exists.

CONROY: "wise, red." Variant Conaire exists.

CONWAY: "hound of the plain."

COONEY: "handsome." Variant Cuanaic exists.

CORCORAN: "reddish-skin."

COREY: Irish unisex name meaning "hollow; ravine." Variants include Coire, Cory, Cori, Corrie, Corry, Cory, Korie, and Korry.

CORMAC: "charioteer." Variants include Corbmac, Cormic, and Cormick.

CREVAN: "fox."

CROGHER: "loves hounds." Variant Crohoore exists.

CRONAN: "little dark one."

CROWLEY: "hunch-backed." Variant Cruadhlaoich exists.

CUINN: "intelligent."

CUMHEA: "hound of the plains." Variants include Cooey, and Covey.

CUULADH: "hound of Ulster." Variants include Cooley, Coolie, and Cullo.

CUYLER: "chapel."

DAGHDA: myth name.

DAIBHEID: "dearly loved."

DAIRE: "wealthy." Variants include Darragh, Darry, and Dary.

DAITHI: "quick and agile." Variant Dahy exists.

DALLAN: "blind."

DAMHLAIC: meaning unknown.

DAMON: "tame." Variant Daman exists.

DARCIE: English and Irish unisex name meaning "dark." Also a Norman place name, used as a name, meaning "from Arcy." Variants include D'Arcy (Fr.), Darcee, Darcey, Darcy, Darice, Darsee, and Darsey.

DEASACH: "southerner." Variants include Dacey, and Dacy.

DECLAN: saint name. Variant Deaglan exists.

DELANEY: English and Irish unisex name meaning "offspring of the challenger." Variants include Delaine, Delainey, Delainy, Delane, Delanie, and Delany.

DEMPSEY: "proud."

DERMOT: "free." Variant , Dermod, exists.

DESMOND: "from south Munster." Variants include Esmond, and Des.

DEVIN: Irish unisex name meaning "bard; poet." Variants include Devine, Devinne, and Devyn.

DONNAN: "brown." Variant Donn exists.

DON: From surname originally used as first name, itself meaning "dark brown", referring to color of hair, eyes, or skin. Variants include Donny, and Donovan.

DORAN: "exile." Variant Deoradhain exists.

DIARMAID: of unknown origin, but perhaps a combination of di, meaning "without," and airmait, meaning "envy."

DOUGAL: "dark stranger." Variants include Douglas, Dowle, Doyle, and Dubhghall.

DOW: "black-haired." Variant Dubg exists.

DRISCOL: "mediator." Variant Driscoll exists.

DUANE: Irish/Gaelic name meaning "little black-haired one; dark; swarthy." Some variants include Dewain, Dewayne, Duwain, Duwayne, Dwain, Dwan, and Dwayne.

DUBHAN: "black." Variants include Dowan, Dubhagain, and Duggan.

DWYER: "black."

EACHAN: "horseman."

EAMON: "guardian." Variant Eamonn exists.

EARNAN: "knowing."

EGAN: "fiery." Variants include Eagon, and Egon.

EIMHIN: "swift." Variants include Eimar, and Evin.

ELHE: legend name.

ELROY: "red-haired youth."

ENAN: meaning unknown. Variant Eanan exists.

ENDA: saint name.

EOGHAN: "gift of God." Variant Eoin exists.

EOIN BAISTE: named for John the Baptist.

ERC: "red." Variant Earc exists.

ERNAN: Irish form of Ernest, meaning "serious."

ETH: "fire."

EVOY: "blond."

FACHNAN: saint name

FAGAN: "little Hugh." Variant Hagan exists.

FAHEY: "from the green field." Variant Fahy exists.

FALLON: "ruler." Variant Fallamhain exists.

FAOLAN: "wolf." Variant Felan exists.

FARDORAGH: "dark"

FARRY: "manly"

FAY: "raven." Variant Feich exists.

FIACHRA: myth name. Variants include Feary, and Fiach.

FINEEN: "beautiful child"

FINBAR: "handsome." Variants include Fineen, Finghin, Finnin, and Fionnbarr.

FINIAN: "fair." Variants include Finnian, Fionan, Fionn, Phinean, and Phinian.

FLANN: "ruddy." Variants include Flainn, Flanagan, Flannagain, Flannan, Flannery, and Floinn.

FLYNN: "Son of the ruddy man." Variants include Flin, Flinn, and Flyn.

FOGARTY: "exiled." Variants include Fogartaigh, and Fogerty.

FOLEY: "plunders"

FORBA: "owns the fields"

GAFFNEY: "calf"

GAIR: "short; small one." Variant Gear exists.

GALE: "stranger." Variants include Gael, and Gaile.

GALL: "rooster"

GARA: "mastiff." Variant Gadhra exists.

GARBHAN: "rough." Variant Garvan exists.

GARVEY: "rough peace." Variant Gairbith exists.

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: "serves Christ." Variants include Ghriost, Gil, Gilvarry, and Giolla.

GILMORE: Gaelic name meaning "servant of the Virgin Mary." Variants include Gillmore, Gillmour, and Gilmour.

GIOLLABRIGHDE: "serves Saint Bridget." Variant Gilbride exists.

GIOLLABUIDHE: "blond"

GIOLLADHE: "golden." Variant Gildea exists.

GLAISNE: meaning unknown. Variant Glasny exists.

GLALEANNA: "dwells in the glen"

GOFRAIDH: "peace from God." Variants include Godfrey, Gorrie, and Gorry.

GOGARTY: "banished"

GORMAN: "blue." Variant Gormain exists.

GOTHFRAIDH: "peaceful"

GRADY: Gaelic name meaning "noble" or "renowned." Variant, Gradey, exists.

GREAGOIR: "watchful." Variant Grioghar exists.

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: "from the river island." Variants include Inis, Iniss, Innes, and Inys.

IRIAL: meaning unknown

JARLATH: "tributary lord"

JUSTIN: judicious"

KALEN: Irish/Celtic name meaning "warrior." Variants include Kailen, Kalan, Kallan, Kellen, and Kheelan.

KEALAN: "slender." Variant Kelan exists.

KEALLACH: "battle." Variant Killian exists.

KEEFE: "handsome"

KEEGAN: "fiery." Variant Keagan exists.

KEELY: "handsome." Variant Kealy exists.

KEENAN: "ancient." Variant Keanan exists.

KEITH: "from the battlefield"

KELLACH: "strife." Variants include Ceallach, and Killian.

KELLEHER: "loving husband"

KENNEDY: "helmeted"

KENNY: "handsome." Variants include Kavan, and Kaven.

KERRY: "from county Kerry." Variant Keary exists.

KERWIN: "small, black one." Variant Kerwyn exists.

KIAN: "ancient." Variants include Kean, Kenan, and Kienan.

KIERAN: "dark." Variants include Kieron, and Kyran.

KILLDAIRE: "from county Kildare." Variants include Kildaire, and Kildare.

KINSELLA: meaning unknown. Variant Kinsale exists.

LALOR: "half-leper." Variant Leathlobhair exists.

LAOGHAIRE: "shepherd."

LAUGHLIN: "servant." Variants include Lany, Leachlainn, and Loughlin.

LEARY: "cattle keeper"

LEE: "poetic." Variant Laoidhigh exists.

LOCHLAIN: "home of the Norse." Variants include Lakeland, and Lochlann.

LOMAN: "bare"

LORCAN: "little wild one"

LUGAIDH: "famous warrior"

LUGH: myth name

LUNN: "strong." Variant Lun exists.

MACARTAN: "son of Artan"

MACAULEY: "son of Olaf." Variant Macauliffe exists.

MACBRIDE: "son of Bridget (Bride/Brighid)."

MACCORMACK: "son of Cormac"

MACELROY: "son of Elroy"

MACMURRA: "son of Murray." Variant Macmaureadhaigh exists.

MACQUAID: "son of Quaid"

MADDEN: "small dog"

MAELEACHLAINN: "servant." Variants include Malachy, Miles, Milos, and Myles.

MAELISA: "serves Christ"

MAGO: "great." Variant Mane exists.

MAHER: "generous"

MAHON: "bear"

MALONE: "serves Saint John." Variant Maloney exists.

MANNIX: "monk." Variant Mainchin exists.

MANNUSS: "great"

MAOLRUADHAN: "serves Saint Ruadhan." Variant Melrone exists.

MAUGHOLD: saint name

MEARA: "happy." Variant Meadhra exists.

MELCHIOR: meaning unknown

MELVIN: "chief." Variants include Mal, Malvin, and Melvyn.

MIACH: myth name

MOGUE: saint name

MOLAN: "servant of the storm"

MOLLOY: "noble chief." Variant Malloy exists.

MONOHAN: "monk"

MOONEY: "wealthy." Variant Maonaigh exists.

MORAN: "great." Variant Morain exists.

MORIARTY: "expert seaman." Variant Muircheartaigh exists.

MOROLT: legend name

MORRISSEY: "choice of the sea"

MUIREADHACH: "lord of the sea." Variants include Murray, and Murry.

MULCAHY: "battle chief"

MULCONRY: "hound of prosperity"

MUNDY: "from Reamon"

MURCHADH: "fighter of the sea" or "sea warrior." Variants include Morgan, and Murrough.

MURPHEY: "sea warrior." Variants include Murchadh, and Murphy.

NAAL: saint name

NALLY: "poor"

NAOMHAN: "holy." Variants include Nevan, and Nevyn.

NEASON: saint name. Variant Nessan exists.

NOLAN: "noble"

NULTY: "from Ulster." Variant Nulte exists.

ODANODAN: "of the red earth"

ODHRAN: "pale green." Variants include Odran, and Oran.

OSSIAN: "fawn"

OWNEY: meaning unknown. Variant Oney exists.

PADRIAC: "noble." Variant Padraig exists.

PARLAN: legend name. Variant Patholon exists.

PHELAN: "joyful"

QUAID: Irish form of Walter, meaning "strong warrior."

QUERAN: "dark"

QUIGLEY: "unruly hair"

QUINLAN: "graceful"

QUINN: "intelligent." Variant Quin exists.

RAGHNALL: "strong"

REGAN: "little king." Variant Riagan exists.

RENNY: "mighty." Variant Raighne exists.

RIDDOCK: "from the smooth field." Variants include Reidhachadh, and Riddoc.

RIOBARD: "bright"

RIORDAN: "royal bard." Variant Riordain exists.

ROARK: "famous ruler." Variants include Rorke, Ruaidhri, Ruarc, and Ruark.

ROGAN: "red-haired." Variants include Rowan, Rowe, Rowen, Rowin, Rowyn, Ruadhagan, and Ruadhan.

ROIBHILIN: meaning unknown. Variants include Ravelin, Ravelyn, and Revelin.

ROIBIN: "robin." Variant Roibeard exists.

RONAN: "little seal"

ROONEY: "hero." Variant Ruanaidh exists.

RORY: "red." Variant Ruaidhri exists.

RUADHAN: saint name

RYAN: "little king." Variant Rian exists.

SCANLON: "scandal." Variants include Scanlan, and Scannalan.

SCULLY: "herald." Variant Scolaighe exists.

SEAFRA: "peace from God." Variants include Seafraid, and Sheary.

SEARBHREATHACH: "judicious"

SHAMUS: "supplanter." Variants include Seamus, and Shemus.

SHANAHAN: "wise." Variant Seanachan exists.

SHANLEY: "old hero." Variant Seanlaoch exists.

SHANNON: "little old wise one." Variant Seanan exists.

SHAUGHNESSY: meaning unknown. Variant Seachnsaigh exists.

SHEA: "majestic." Variant Seaghda exists.

SHEARY: Irish form of Geoffrey, meaning "peace of God." Variant Sheron exists.

SHEEHAN: "little peaceful one." Variant Siodhachan exists.

SHERIDAN: "untamed." Variant Seireadan exists.

SORLEY: "Viking"

STRAHAN: "poet." Variant Sruthan exists.

STRUTHERS: "from the stream." Variant Sruthair exists.

SULLIVAN: "black-eyed." Variant Suileabhan exists.

SWEENEY: "little hero." Variant Suidhne exists.

TADHG: "bard." Variant Tadleigh exists.

TEAGAN: unisex name meaning "little poet." Variants include Tegan, and Teegan.

TEAGUE: "poet." Variant Teaghue exists.

TERRENCE: "tender"

TERRISS: "son of Terrence." Variant Teris exists.

TIARCHNACH: "regal." Variants include Tier, Tiernan, Tierney, and Tighearnach.

TIBBOT: Irish form of Theobald, meaning "strong for the people."

TORIN: "chief." Variant Toryn exists.

TORMEY: "thunder spirit." Variant Tormaigh exists.

TORRANCE: "from the knolls." Variants include Torrans, Torrence, and Tory.

TREACY: "fighter." Variants include Treasach, and Treasigh.

TREVOR: "prudent." Variant Treabhar exists.

TULLY: "peaceful." Variant Taicligh exists.

UAID: Irish form of Walter, meaning "strong warrior."

UAINE: meaning unknown

UALTAR: "strong fighter"

UTHER: myth name

WARD: "bard"

WHELAN: "joyful"


Mädchen:

ABAIGEAL: Irish form of Hebrew Abigail, meaning "Father rejoices."

AFRICA: Irish/Gaelic name meaning "pleasant." Variants include Afric, and Aifric.

AGATA: Irish equivalent of Greek Agatha, meaning "good." Variants include Ag, Agace, Agacia, Agafia (Rus.), Agafon, Agapet, Agapit, Agathe (Fr./Ger.), Agathi, Agatta, Aggi, Aggie, Aggy, Aggye, Agi, Agie, Agota, Agotha (Hung.), Agoti, Agueda, Agy, and Agye.

AGHADREENA: "from the field of the sloe bushes."

AGHAMORA: "from the great field."

AGHAVEAGH: "from the field of the old tree." Variant Aghavilla exists.

AHANA: "from the little ford."

AIBHE: Irish name meaning "noble; bright." Variants include Alva, Alvy, Elva, and Elvy.

AIBHLIN: Irish/Gaelic form of German Evelyn, possibly meaning "hazelnut," and a form of Greek Helen, meaning "light."

AIDAN: Irish/Gaelic unisex name meaning "fire." Variants include female Adan, Adeen, Aden, Aideen and Aiden, and male Aiden, Aodh, and Aodhan.

AIGNÉIS: Irish equivalent of Greek Agnes, meaning "pure; chaste; virginal." Variants include Ag, Agafon, Aggi, Aggie, Aggye, Aghna, Agi, Agie, Agna, Agnah, Agnella (It.), Agnellah, Agnelle, Agnese (It.), Agnesse, Agneta, Agnetta, Agnettah, Agnola (It.), Agnolah, Agot, Agota, Agote, Agoti, Agy, Agye, Aina, Ainah, Anais, Anezka (Czech.), Annais, Anneyce, Annis, Annisa, Annisah, Annise, Ina, Inah, Ines, Inessa, Inez, Nessa, Nessah, Nesi, Nessie, Nessy, Nesta, Nestah, Nevsa, Nevesah, Neysa, Oona, Oonagh, Oonah, Una, Unah, Ynes, and Ynez (Sp.).

AILBHE: Irish form of Latin Alba, meaning "blond; bright; fair-skinned. Variants include Albina, Albine, Albinia, Alva, Alvah, Alvy, Elva, and Elvy.

AILEEN: Irish and English form of Greek Helen, meaning "shining light." This Irish name is popular in Scotland, but it is not Scottish. Variants include Aila, Ailee, Ailene, Ailey, Aili, Ailie, Ailli, Aleen, Alene, Alina (Slav.), Aline, Alleen, Allene, Alli, Alline, Eileen, Eilene, Eilidh (Scot.), Eleen, Elen (Welsh), Elleen, Ellen (Dut.), Ellene, Ileana, Helene (Ger./Scan.), Ileane, Ileanna, Ileen, Ilene, Iliana, Iliane, Ilianna, Illeanne, Illene, Leana, Leanah, Leanna, Leannah, Lena, Lenah, Liana, Lianna, Liannah, Lina, and Linah.

AILÍS: Irish equivalent of English/French Alice, meaning "noble; nobility." Variants include Adelice, Ala, Aleceea, Alecia, Aleetheea, Aleethia, Ali, Alica (Czech.), Alicah, Alicea, Alicen, Alicia (Sp.), Alicja (Pol.), Alidée, Alie, Aliisa (Fin.), Alika, Alikah, Aliki, Alis (Welsh), Alisa (Rus.), Alisah, Alisann, Alisanne, Alisha, Alison, Alissa, Alisz, Alitheea, Alitia, Aliz (Hung.), Alla, Allecia, Alleece, Alleeceea, Alles, Alless, Alli, Allice, Allicea, Allie, Allis, Allison, Allissa, Allisun, Allisunne, Allsun, Ally, Allyce, Allyceea, Allys, Allyse, Allysia, Allysiah, Allyson, Allyssa, Allysson, Alyce, Alyceea, Alys, Alyse, Alysia, Alyson, Alyss, Arisu (Jap.), Elissa, Elli, Ellie, Ellissa, Ellsa, Elsa, Illyssa, Ilysa, Ilysah, Ilyssa, Ilysse, Leece, Leese, Licha, Lichah, Lissa, and Lyssa.

AINGEAL: "angel."

AISLING: Irish/Gaelic name meaning "vision; dream." Variants include Aislin, Aislinn, Ashling (Eng.), Isleen, and Islene.

AITHNE: feminine form of Irish/Gaelic Aidan, meaning "fire." Variants include Aine, Aithnea, Eithne, Ena, Ethnah, Ethnea, and Ethnee.

ALASTRÍONA: Irish form of Greek Alexandra, meaning "man's defender." Variants include Alastair (Scot.), Alastrina, Alejanda, Alejandra (Sp.), Alejandrina, Aleka, Aleki, Alesandare, Alesandere, Alessanda, Alessandra (It.), Alessandre, Alessandrina, Alessandrine, Alessia, Alex, Alexa (Ger.), Alexandere, Alexanderia, Alexanderina, Alexanderine, Alexandre, Alexandrea (Eng.), Alexandreana, Alexandrena, Alexandrene, Alexandretta, Alexandria (Eng.), Alexandrina, Alexandrine (Fr.), Alexea, Alexena, Alexene, Alexia, Alexina, Alexine, Alexis, Ali, Aliki, Alissandre, Alissandrine, Alista, Alix, Alla, Allejandra, Allejandrina, Alle, Allessa, Allessandra, Allexa, Allexandra, Allexandrina, Allexina, Allexine, Alli, Allie, Allix, Ally, Anda, Cesya, Elena, Ellena, Lesy, Lesya, Lexi, Lexie, Lexine, Lexy, Lissandre, Lissandrine, Olesia (Pol.), Sanda (Rom.), Sande, Sandi, Sandie, Sandra, Sandrina, Sandrine, Sandy (Eng.), Sandye, Sanndra, Sasha (Rus.), Sashenka, Shura, Shurochka, Sohndra, Sondra, Xandra, Zahndra, Zanda, Zanndra, Zohndra, and Zondra.

ALLENA: Feminine form of Irish Alan, meaning either "rock" or "comely." Also a form of Greek Helen, meaning "light." Variants include Alana (Eng.), Alanna (Gae.), Alena, Alene, Allene, Alleyne, Allynn, and Allynne.

AODHNAIT: meaning unknown.

AOIBHEANN: "fair."

AOIFE: Form of Eve, meaning "life."

ARDALA: "high honor."

ARLENE: Probably the feminine form of Irish/ Gaelic Arlen, meaning "pledge; oath." Variants include Arla, Arlana, Arlee, Arleen, Arlen, Arlena, Arleyne, Arlie, Arliene, Arlina, Arlinda, Arline, Arluene, Arly, Arlyn, Arlyne, Arlynn, Lena, Lene, and Lina.

ASSANE: "waterfall." Variant Assana exists.

ASTHORE: "loved one."

ATTRACTA: name of a saint. Variant Athracht exists.

AUGUSTEEN: form of Augustine, meaning "great."

AURNIA: "golden lady."

AVONMORA: "from the great river."

BAIRBRE: Irish equivalent of Greek Barbara, meaning "strange; foreign." Comes from the same root as "barbarian." Variants include Bab, Baba, Babara, Babb, Babbett, Babbette, Babbie, Babe, Babett, Babette (Fr.), Babita, Babs, Baibin, Bar, Barb, Barbar, Barbary, Barbe, Barbee, Barbette, Barbey, Barbi, Barbie, Barbra, Barbro (Swed.), Barby, Basha (Pol.), Basia, Baubie, Bauby, Berbera, Berberia, Berberya, Berbya, Bobbe, Bobbee, Bobbi, Bobbie, Bobby, Bonni, Bonnie, Bonny, Borbala (Hung.), Varvara (Rus.), Varina (Rus.), Varinka (Rus.), Varushka (Rus.), and Varya (Rus.).

BANBA: myth name.

BARRAN: "little top."

BEBHINN: "singer." Variant Bevin exists.

BEDELIA: Form of Irish/Gaelic Bridget, meaning "strength; power." Variants include Bedeelia, and Bidelia.

BELLINAGARA: meaning unknown.

BENVY: meaning unknown.

BERNEEN: form of Bernard, meaning "courage of a bear."

BEVIN: Irish/Gaelic name meaning "Viking woman" or "fair-haired woman." Variants include Béibhinn, Bébhinn, and Bevan.

BLAINE: Irish/Gaelic unisex name meaning "slender." Originally a surname. Variants include Blainey, Blane, Blayne, and Blayney.

BLAIR: Scottish/Gaelic unisex name meaning "from the plain lands; child of the fields." Used as a surname first. Variant Blaire exists.

BLATHNAID: "flower."

BLINNE: meaning unknown.

BLUINSE: "white."

BRENNA: Irish/Gaelic name meaning "raven; black-haired." Variants include Bren, Brenn, Brenne, and Brennah.

BRIANA: feminine form of Irish/Gaelic Brian; meaning is obscure, but probably means high and "strong like a "hill." Variants include Brana, Breana, Breanne, Breeann, Breeanna, Breeanne, Breena, Bria, Brianna, Brianne, Brina, Briney, Brinn, Brinna, Briny, Bryana, Bryann, Bryanna, Bryanne, Bryn, Bryna, and Brynne.

BRIDGET: Irish/Gaelic name meaning "strength; power; exalted one; protective." Variants include Beret, Berett, Berget, Bergett, Bergette, Bergitte (Dan.), Biddie, Biddy, Bidelia, Bidina, Birget, Birgett, Birgit, Birgitt, Birgitta, Birgitte, Birkita, Birkitta, Birkitte, Birte, Bitta, Breeda, Brid, Bride, Bridee, Bridey, Bridgett, Bridgette, Bridgit, Bridgitt, Bridgitta, Bridgitte, Bridie, Bridy, Brietta, Briget, Brigett, Brigetta (Swed.), Brighid, Brigid, Brigida, Brigidia (Sp.), Brigit, Brigitt, Brigitta (Swiss), Brigitte, Brijet, Brijit, Brijitte, Brit, Brita, Brite, Brites, Britt, Britta, Britte, Brydget, Brydgit, Brydgitta, Brydgitte, Brydie, Brydjette, Brydjitt, Bryget, Brygette, Brygid, Brygit, Brygitte, Bryjet, Bryjit, Ffraid (Welsh), Gita, and Riitta (Fin.).

BRONA: "sorrow."

BUAN: "goodness."

CADHLA: "beautiful."

CAFFARA: "helmet." Variant Caffaria exists.

CAHIRA: "warrior."

CAILIN: "girl."

CAITLÍN: Irish equivalent of Greek Katherine, meaning "pure." Variants include Aikaterine (Gr.), Cait, Caitey, Caitie, Caitlin, Caitlinn, Caitrin, Caitrine, Caitrinn, Caitríona (Ir.), Caitrìona (Scot.), Caitrionagh, Caity, Caren, Cari, Carin, Caron, Caronne, Carren, Carri, Carrin, Carron, Caryn, Carynn, Cass, Cassey, Cassi, Cassie, Cassy, Cat, Cataleen, Cataleena, Catalina (Sp.), Cataline, Catarina (It./Port.), Catarine, Cate, Cateline, Caterina (It.), Catey, Catha, Cathaleen, Cathaline, Catharin, Catharina, Catharine, Catharyna, Catharyne, Cathe, Cathee, Cathelin, Cathelina, Cathelle, Catherin, Catherina (Sp.), Catherinn, Catheryn, Cathi, Cathie, Cathirin, Cathiryn, Cathleen, Cathlene, Cathline, Cathlyne, Cathrine (Scand.), Cathrinn, Cathryn, Cathrynn, Cathy, Cathye, Cathyleen, Cati, Catia, Catie, Catina, Catlaina, Catreena, Catrin (Wel.), Catrina, Catrine, Catriona (Ir./Scot.), Catrionagh, Catryna, Caty, Cay, Caye, Ecaterina (Rom.), Ekaterina (Bulg./Rus.), Kaarina (Fin.), Kait, Kaitey, Kaitie, Kaitlin, Kaitlinne, Kaitrin, Kaitrine, Kaitrinna, Kaitriona, Kaitrionagh, Kaity, Kakalina (Haw.), Karen (Eng./Dan./Norw.), Karena, Kari (Norw.), Karin (Dut./Fin./Ger./Swed.), Karon, Karri, Karrin, Karyn, Karynn, Kasia, Kasienka, Kasja, Kaska, Kass, Kassey, Kassia, Kassy, Kasya, Kat, Kata, Kataleen, Katalin (Basq./Hung.), Katalina, Katariina (Fin.), Katarina (Ger./Hung./Slav./Swed.), Katarzyna (Pol.), Katchen, Kate, Katee, Katelijn (Dut.), Katell, Katelle, Katenka, Katerina (Rus.), Kateina (Czech.), Katerinka, Kateryna (Ukr.), Katey, Katha, Katharine (Eng./Ger.), Katharyn, Katharyne, Käthe (Ger.), Kathee, Kathelina, Katheline, Katherin, Katherina, Katherine, Katheryn, Katherynn, Kathi, Kathie, Kathileen, Kathiryn, Kathleen, Kathlene, Kathleyn, Kathline, Kathrine, Kathrinna, Kathryn, Kathryne, Kathy, Kathyleen, Kathyrine, Kati, Katica, Katie, Katina, Katinka, Katja (Ger.), Katka, Katla, Katlaina, Katleen, Katoushka, Katrena, Katrina, Katrine (Dan./Dut./Ger.), Katriona, Katrionagh, Katryna, Katushka, Katy, Katya, Kay, Kaye, Kit, Kittee, Kittie, Kitty, Reina (Yid.), Trina, Trine, Trinette, Yekaterin (Rus.), and Yekaterina (Rus.).

CAOIMHE: "lovely and charming." Variant Kevay exists.

CARAID: "friend."

CAREY: English/Irish form of Gaelic Ciardha, meaning "the dark one." Unisex name. Variant, Cary, exists.

CARLEEN: feminine form of Charles, meaning "manly."

CARLIN: Irish/Gaelic unisex name meaning "small champion." Variants include Carling, and Carly.

CASEY: English, and Irish unisex name meaning "vigilant; watchful." Variants include Cacey, Cacie, Caisee, Caisey, Caisi, Caisie, Casee, Casi, Casie, Cathasach, Cathasaigh, Caycee, Caycey, Cayci, Caycie, Caysee, Caysey, Caysi, Caysie, Kacey, Kacie, Kacy, Kacyee, Kasey, Kaycee, Kaycey, Kayci, Kaycie, Kaysee, Kaysey, Kaysi, Kaysie, Kaysy, and Kaysyee.

CASIDHE: Either a variant of Irish unisex Cassidy, meaning "curly-haired," or a word/name meaning either "brave" or "clever."

CASSIDY: Irish unisex name meaning "curly-haired." Variants include Caiside, and Casidhe.

CAVANA: "from Cavan."

CHRISTIAN: "servant of Christ." Variants include Christa, and Cristin.

CIANNAIT: "ancient." Variants include Keenat, and Kinnat.

CIAR: "saint name." Variants include Ceire, Ciara, and Keara.

CLODAGH: from name of Irish river in Tipperary, Ireland, but may be associated with the name Claudia, "little lame one." Variants include Chloe, and Clo.

COLLEEN: Irish name, meaning "girl." Variants include Coleen, Colene, Coline, Collie, Colline, Colly, and Kolleen.

COLMCILLA: "dove of the church."

COMYNA: "shrewd."

CONCEPTA: refers to the Immaculate Conception.

CONCHOBARRE: feminine form of Connor, meaning "strong-willed." Variants include Conchobara, and Conchobarra.

CONGALIE: "constant." Variant Connal exists.

COREY: Irish unisex name meaning "hollow; ravine." Variants include Coire, Cory, Cori, Corrie, Corry, Cory, Korie, and Korry.

CUMANIA: "saint name."

DACEY: Feminine form of Irish Deasach, meaning "southerner; from the south." Variants include Dacee, Dacia, Dacie, Dacy, Daicee, Daicy, and Daisey.

DALLAS: Scottish unisex name, meaning "dwells by the waterfall," taken from the name of a village in Scotland. Unrelated to Dallas, Texas. Variant Daileass exists.

DAMHNAIT: "bard." Variants include Devent, Devnet, Downeti, Downett, and Dymphna.

DARCIE: English and Irish unisex name meaning "dark." Also a Norman place name, used as a name, meaning "from Arcy." Variants include D'Arcy (Fr.), Darcee, Darcey, Darcy, Darice, Darsee, and Darsey.

DARERCA: name of a saint.

DARON: feminine form of Irish Darren, meaning "great."

DEARBHAIL: "true desire." Variant Derval exists.

DECLA: feminine form of Declan, a saint.

DEIRDRE: Irish legend name, possibly meaning "fear," or "raging," "sorrow," or "woman." The heroine was the most beautiful woman in all of Ireland. Variants include Deardriu, Dede, Dedra, Dee, DeeDee, Deedre, Deidra, Deidre, Deidrie, Derdre, Didi, Diedre, and Dierdre.

DELANEY: English and Irish unisex name meaning "offspring of the challenger." Variants include Delaine, Delainey, Delainy, Delane, Delanie, and Delany.

DERVLA: "daughter of Ireland." Variant Dervilia exists.

DERVORGILLA: "servant of Dervor." Variants include Derforgal, and Derforgala.

DEVIN: Irish unisex name meaning "bard; poet." Variants include Devine, Devinne, and Devyn.

DIERDRE: "sorrowful." Variant Dedre exists.

DOIREANN: "sullen." Variant Doreen exists.

DOMINICA: saint name.

DONELLE: feminine form of Donal, meaning "rules the world."

DOON: "from Doon."

DUANA: "dark." Variant Dubhain exists.

DUVESSA: "dark beauty." Variant Dubheasa exists.

DYMPNA: Probably a development from Gaelic name Damhnait, "stag" or "poet." Variants include Damhnait, and Dymphna.

EALGA: "noble."

EAVAN: "fair."

EDANA: feminine form of Aidan, meaning "fire." Variants include Eithna, Ena, Ethna, and Etney.

EILEEN: "light." Variants include Eibhlhin, Eily, Eilene, and Ileen.

EILINORA: form of Eleanor, meaning "light."

EILIS: form of Elizabeth, meaning "consecrated to God."

EISTIR: form of Esther, meaning "star."

EITHNE: "fruitful." Variants include Ethna, and Etney.

ELAN: form of Helen, meaning "light."

EMER: myth name.

ENA: "ardent." Variants include Enat, and Eny.

ENNIS: "from Ennis." Variant Inis exists.

ERIN: from poetic name for Ireland. Variant Erina exists.

EVELEEN: form of Evelina, meaning "light; giver of life."

ETAIN: "sparkling."

ETHNA: "graceful." Variant Eithne exists.

FAINCHE: "free."

FAOILTIARNA: "wolf lady."

FEENAT: "deer." Variant Fianait exists.

FENELLA: "white-shouldered." Variants include Finella, Fionnghuala, Nella, and Nula.

FINEENA: "beautiful child."

FIONA: "fair." Variants include Finna, and Fionn.

FIONNUALA: "fair shoulders." Variants include Finola, Fynballa, and Nuala.

FLANNA: "red-haired."

GEAROIDIN: meaning unknown.

GLENNA: "of the glen." Variant Glynna exists.

GOBINET: form of Abigail, meaning "brings joy." Variants include Gobnait, Gobnat, and Gubnat.

GORMGHLAITH: "sad." Variants include Gormley, and Gormly.

GRAINNE: "charming."

GRANIA: myth name. Variant Granna exists.

HIOLAIR: form of Hilary, meaning "happy."

HISOLDA: form of Isolda, meaning "fair lady." Variant Izett exists.

HODIERNA: meaning unknown.

HONOR: "honor." Variants include Honora, and Honoria.

IBERNIA: "from Ireland."

IDE: "thirsty." Variants Ida, and Ita exists.

IERNE: "from Ireland."

ISIBEAL: form of Isabel, meaning "consecrated to God."

ISMEY: meaning unknown. Variant Ismenia exists.

JANA: feminine form of John, meaning "God is gracious."

KATHLEEN: "innocent."

KEARA: name of a saint. Variant Kiara exists.

KEAVY: "mild, lovely grace."

KEELY: "beautiful."

KINNAT: "old." Variant Keenat exists.

LABHAOISE: "warrior-maid."

LAETITIA: form of Letitia, meaning "happy."

LEILA: name of a saint. Variant Lil exists.

LUIGHSEACH: "torch bringer."

MAB: "happiness." Variants include Mabbina, and Meadhbh.

MACHA: "plain."

MADA: form of Mathilda, meaning "mighty in battle."

MADAILEIN: form of Madeleine, meaning "magnificent."

MAEVE: "joy." Variant Mave exists.

MAIBLE: "lovable."

MAIGHDLIN: "magnificent."

MAILLE: "pearl." Variant Mailsi exists.

MAIREAD: name of a saint. Variant Margaret exists.

MAITILDE: "strong battle-maid." Variants include Maiti, Maitilda, Maud, and Maude.

MAJELLA: name of a saint.

MALVINA: "sweet."

MAOLI: "handmaiden." Variant Maola exists.

MAUREEN: "bitter." Variants include Maire, Mairia, Mairona, Mare, Maura, Maurva, Maurine, Mearr, Moira, Moire, Moya, and Muire.

MEADHBH: "pearl."

MEARA: "happy."

MELVA: "ruler."

MERNA: "beloved." Variants include Morna, Muirne, and Myrna.

MIDE: "thirsty." Variant Meeda exists.

MOINA: "noble." Variant Moyna exists.

MONA: "noblewoman."

MONCA: "wise."

MONCHA: "alone."

MOR: "great." Variants include More, and Moreen.

MUADHNAIT: "little, noble one."

MUGAIN: myth name.

MUIREANN: "long-haired." Variant Morrina exists.

MUIRGHEAL: "knows the sea." Variants include Murel, and Muriel.

NAINSI: form of Nancy, meaning "graceful."

NEALA: "champion." Variant Nelda exists.

NIAMH: myth name.

NOIRIN: a form of Noreen, meaning "little Nora."

NUALA: "lovely shoulders."

OBHARNAIT: "the color of olive." Variants include Orna, and Ornat.

OHNICIO: "honor." Variant Onora exists.

OILBHE: "olive." Variant Olive exists.

ORGHLAITH: "golden." Variants include Orla, Orlaith, and Orlaithe.

ORNA: "pale."

PADRAIGIN: "noble."

PAILI: meaning unknown.

PHIALA: name of a saint.

RANAIT: "wealthy, charming." Variants include Ranalt, Rathnait, and Renny.

RICHAEL: name of a saint. Variant Raicheal exists.

RIOGHNACH: "royal." Variant Riona exists.

ROIS: "horse."

SADBH: "good." Variant Sive exists.

SADHBH: "wise." Variant Sadhbba exists.

SAMHAOIR: myth name.

SARAID: "excellent."

SCOTA: named for Scotland.

SÉARLAIT: Irish equivalent of Charlotte, the feminine form of French Charles, meaning "manly." Variants include Carla, Carleen, Carlie, Carline, Carlota, Carlotta, Carly, Carlyne, Char, Chara, Charill, Charla, Charlaine, Charleen, Charlene, Charley, Charlie, Charline, Charlotta (Swed.), Charly, Charlyne, Charmain, Charmaine, Charo, Charyl, Cherlyn, Cheryl, Cheryll, Karla, Karleen, Karlene, Karli, Karlicka, Karlie, Karlika, Karline, Karlota, Karlotta, Karlotte, Karly, Karlyne, Lola, Loleta, Loletta, Lolita, Lolotte, Lotta, Lottchen, Lotte, Lottey, Lotti, Lottie, Lotty, Sharel, Sharil, Sharla, Sharlaine, Sharleen, Sharlene, Sharline, Sharmain, Sharmayne, Sharyl, Sheri, Sherie, Sherrie, Sherry, Sherye, Sheryl, Tottie, and Totty.

SEOSAIMHTHIN: "fertile." Variant Seosaimhin exists.

SHAWN: "present." Variants include Seana, and Shauna.

SHEILA: Irish form of Latin Cecilia, meaning "blind." Variant Sheelah exists.

SÍLE: Irish form of Latin Cecilia, meaning "blind." Also, St. Cecilia is the patron saint of music, therefore, "musical." Variants include Caecilia (Ger.), Ceceley, Cecelia, Cecely, Cecil, Cécile (Fr.), Ceciley, Cecília (Port.), Ceciliane, Cecilija, Cecilla, Cecily (Eng.), Cecilyann, Cecyl, Cecyle, Cecylia (Pol.), Ceil, Cele, Celia, Celie, Cesia, Cesya, Cicely, Cicily, Cile, Cili (Hung.), Cilka, Cilia, Cilla (Dut./Swed.), Cilly, Cissie, Kikelia, Kikylia, Sacilia, Sasilia, Sasilie, Seelia, Seelie, Seely, Sesilia, Sessaley, Sesseelya, Sessile, Sessilly, Sessily, Sheila, Sìleas (Scot.), Silja (Fin.), Siseel, Sisel (Yid.), Sisely, Siselya, Sisile, Sisiliya, Sissela, Sissie, and Sissy.

SINEAD: "praise." Variants include Sine, and Sineidin.

SIOBHAN: form of Joan, meaning "The Lord is Gracious."

SLAINE: "good health." Variants include Siany, and Slany.

SORCHA: "intelligent."

SOSANNA: "lily."

SYBIL: "prophetess." Variant Sibeal exists.

TARA: "rocky hill," or "from the crag of a tower." Variants include Tarah, Tarra, and Tarrah.

TEAGAN: unisex name meaning "little poet." Variants include Tegan, and Teegan.

TEAMHAIR: mythological name of place where kings met.

TREASA: "strong." Variants include Toireasa, and Treise.

TULLIA: "peaceful."

UNA: "together." Variants include Unity, and Uny.

ULICIA: feminine form of Ulik, meaning "resolute defender."

VEVILA: "harmony."

VEVINA: "sweet lady."

ZAIRA: form of Sara, meaning "princess."

ZINNA: meaning unknown.


sry sind ganz schön viele namen. hab die alle im internet gefunden direkt mit bedeutung. fand es jetzt doof die wegzumachen falls du die doch wissen möchtest.
sind zwar auf englisch aber denke das kann man verstehen. bei fragen steh ich gerne zur verfügung.

LG Kate

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