Arthurian Legend Girl Names
King Arthur is said to be buried. The name is probably related to Celtic abal, or Welsh afal, meaning apple
Llyr in the Mabinogion. Sometimes considered a goddess of love and beauty. The name is composed of the Welsh elements bran raven and gwen fair, white
German poem Parzival in which she is a messenger of the Grail who condemns Percival.
Helen, meaning torch or moon or more likely to elope Because most Arthurian legend names are of Celtic origin, some etymologists believe that the name Elaine may originally have derived from a Welsh element meaning fawn, hind
Pelles, the Fisher King. Sometimes confused with Elaine the Peerless. Her father was prophesied to be the grandfather of the bearer of the Holy Grail.
Igraine, sister of Morgan le Fay and Morgause, and half-sister of King Arthur. She is wife of King Nentres and mother of Galeshin who later becomes a Knight of the Round Table.
Iseult of Ireland was the wife of Mark of Cornwall, daughter of King Anguish of Ireland and Queen Iseult (the Elder), and adulterous lover of Sir Tristan.
Iseult is the daughter of Hoel of Brittany, and sister of Sir Kahedin. Tristan meets and marries her after his banishment to Brittany. Their marriage is never consummated because of his love for Iseult of Ireland.
Lady of the Fountain. She is the ruler of the mystical Castle of Landuc near a magical spring in Broceliande Forest guarded by her husband Esclados. When water from this magic spring is poured onto a nearby basin, a huge storm begins. Calogrenant did this and was beaten for it. To avenge his cousin, Ywain killed Esclados. He fell instantly in love with Laudine the moment He saw her. Her servant Lunete talks her into marrying him.
Lamri, meaning curveter
Lynette and wife of Gareth who saved her from Sir Ironside, the Red Knight of the Red Launds.
Mabon, and probably the prototype of Morgan le Fay.
Fay derives from Old English faie, meaning fairy Morgan ultimately derives from Old Welsh mor sea and cant circle Therefore, Fairy from the Sea Circle She was a powerful sorceress, daughter of Igraine and Uther Pendragon, and half-sister to Arthur.
Vivianus, meaning alive; animated; lively Vivien was the name of the Lady of the Lake in Arthurian legend.