Gaelic Girl Names

Ailish

Gaelic form of English Alice, meaning noble sort

Aislin

AISLIN: Variant of Irish/Gaelic Aisling, meaning dream; vision

Aisling

Irish/Gaelic name meaning dream; vision

Aislinn

Variant of Irish/Gaelic Aisling, meaning dream; vision

Aithbhreac

Old Scottish/Gaelic name meaning new speckled one

Aithne

Variant of Irish/Gaelic Eithne, meaning kernel

Aithnea

Variant of Irish/Gaelic Eithne, meaning kernel

Aoibheann

Irish/Gaelic name meaning beautiful, fair form

Aoife

Irish/Gaelic myth name of a warrior princess, meaning beauty

Ashling

English form of old Irish/Gaelic Aisling, meaning dream; vision

Ùna

Scottish/Gaelic form of Irish/Gaelic Úna, meaning lamb

Ùna

Scottish/Gaelic form of Irish/Gaelic Úna, meaning lamb

Bearnas

Scottish/Gaelic form of Berenice, meaning bringer of victory

Blaanid

Manx Gaelic form of Irish Bláithín, meaning little flower

Brid

Nickname for Gaelic Brighid, meaning exalted one

Bridin

Gaelic pet form of Irish Bride, meaning exalted one

Brighid

Exalted one Irish Gaelic myth name of an ancient Celtic goddess, daughter of Dagda, one of the Tuatha Dé Danann.

Brigid

Variant of Gaelic Brighid, meaning exalted one

Caitrin

Irish/Gaelic form of Katherine, meaning pure

Caoimhe

Irish/Gaelic name derived from the word caomh, meaning beautiful

Catraoine

Irish/Gaelic form of Katherine, meaning pure

Catrina

Variant of Gaelic Catriona, meaning pure

Catriona

Gaelic form of Katherine, meaning pure

Ceibhfhionn

Irish/Gaelic myth name of a water goddess of inspiration, intelligence, knowledge and creativity, meaning fair locks

Ciannait

Feminine form of Irish/Gaelic Cian, meaning ancient, distant

Ciorsdan

Gaelic pet form of French Christine, meaning follower of Christ

Ciorstag

Gaelic pet form of French Christine, meaning follower of Christ

Ciorstaidh

Gaelic pet form of French Christine, meaning follower of Christ

Curstaidh

Gaelic pet form of French Christine, meaning follower of Christ

Damhnait

Little fawn Irish/Gaelic name composed of the word damh fawn and a diminutive suffix.

Deoiridh

Scottish/Gaelic name meaning pilgrim

Doireann

Old Gaelic name, probably derived from the word doireann (also spelled doirionn), meaning tempestuous weather

Ealasaid

Scottish/Gaelic form of Elisabeth, meaning God is my oath

Ebha

Irish/Gaelic form of Latin Eva, meaning alive, living

Eibhlin

Irish/Gaelic form of both English Aveline little bird and French Emeline rival

Eileanora

Irish/Gaelic form of Provençal Alienor, meaning foreign; the other

Eilidh

Scottish/Gaelic form of English Ellie (a pet form of other names). Also used as a form of Helen, meaning torch or moon or more likely to elope

Eilis

Irish/Gaelic form of Elisabeth, meaning God is my oath

Eilish

Variant if Irish/Gaelic Eilis, meaning God is my oath

Eiric

Variant of Scottish/Gaelic Oighrig, possibly meaning new speckled one

Eirinn

Original Gaelic form of Irish unisex Erin, meaning peace

Eithne

Irish/Gaelic name meaning kernel

Eithrig

Variant of Scottish/Gaelic Oighrig, possibly meaning new speckled one

Ethne

Variant of Irish/Gaelic Eithne, meaning kernel

Eubh

Scottish/Gaelic form of Latin Eva, meaning alive, living

Eubha

Scottish/Gaelic form of Latin Eva, meaning alive, living

Feidhelm

Feminine form of Irish/Gaelic Feidhlim, possibly meaning ever good This was the name of a daughter of Conchobhar in the Irish Ulster Cycle.

Fidelma

Variant of Irish/Gaelic Feidhelm, possibly meaning ever-good

Fine

Variant of Irish/Gaelic Fíona, meaning vine

Finnguala

Variant of Irish/Gaelic Fionnghuala, meaning white shoulder

Fiona

English form of Irish/Gaelic Fíona, meaning vine

Fionnaghuala

Variant of Irish/Gaelic Fionnghuala, meaning white shoulder

fionnghuala

White shoulder Irish/Gaelic myth name of one of the children of Lir who were turned into swans for 900 years. The name is composed of the elements fionn fair, white and guala shoulder

Fionnuala

Variant of Irish/Gaelic Fionnghuala, meaning white shoulder

Frangag

Feminine form of Scottish/Gaelic Frang, meaning free

Gormlaith

Old Irish and Scottish/Gaelic name composed of the elements gorm illustrious, splendid and flaith lady, princess

Isibeal

Irish/Gaelic form of Elizabeth, meaning God is my oath

Liadain

Variant of Irish/Gaelic Líadan, meaning grey lady

Liadan

Irish/Gaelic legend name of a poetess, meaning grey lady

Maire

Irish/Gaelic form of Mary, meaning beloved

Mairenn

Variant of Irish/Gaelic Máirín, meaning beloved

Mairin

Pet form of Irish/Gaelic Máire, meaning beloved

Mairsile

Irish/Gaelic feminine form of Latin Marcus, meaning warlike

Marsaili

Scottish/Gaelic feminine form of Latin Marcus, meaning warlike

Meabh

Gaelic name meaning intoxicating

Meadhbh

Variant of Gaelic Méabh, meaning intoxicating

Medb

Variant of Gaelic Méabh, meaning intoxicating

Mor

Irish/Scottish name of Gaelic origin, meaning great

Muadhnait

Little noble one Irish/Gaelic name composed of the element muadh good, noble, and a diminutive suffix.

Muirgheal

Sea-bright Irish/Gaelic name composed of the elements muir sea and geal bright

Muirne

Old Gaelic name meaning beloved

Naomh

Irish/Gaelic name meaning holy

Neile

Irish/Gaelic form of Nell, itself a nickname for Eleanor, Ellen and Helen.

Niamh

Irish/Gaelic myth name of the daughter of a sea god, meaning beauty, brightness

Nuala

Nickname for Irish/Gaelic Fionnuala, meaning white shoulder

Odharnait

Feminine form of Irish/Gaelic Odhrán, meaning little sallow one

Oighrig

Possibly a variant of Scottish/Gaelic Aithbhreac, meaning new speckled one

Orfhlaith

Gold-princess Irish/Gaelic name composed of the elements ór gold and flaith princess

Orlaith

Variant of Irish/Gaelic Órfhlaith, meaning gold-princess

Sadb

Variant of Irish/Gaelic Sadhbh, meaning sweet
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