Irish Girl Names

Abiageal

Irish form of Abigail, meaning father rejoices

Aeryn

Variant of Irish unisex Erin, meaning peace

Aerynn

Variant of Irish Aeryn, meaning peace

Aghadreena

Irish name meaning from the field of the sloe bushes

Aghamora

Irish name meaning from the great field

Aghaveagh

Irish name meaning from the field of the old tree

Aghna

Irish form of English Agnes, meaning chaste; holy

Ahana

Irish name meaning from the little ford

Aibhilin

Variant of Irish unisex Aibhlin, meaning little bird

Aibhlin

Irish form of unisex Evelyn, meaning little bird

Aideen

Variant of Irish Étaín, meaning face

AignÉis

Czech form of Agnes, meaning chaste; holy

Ailbhe

AILBHE: Irish unisex name, possibly from Gaelic albho, meaning white In Irish legend, Ailbhe was the name of a female warrior of the Fianna.

Aine

Irish/Celtic myth name of a queen of fairies, meaning radiance

Aingeal

Irish form of English Angela, meaning angel, messenger

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

Aithne

Variant of Irish/Gaelic Eithne, meaning kernel

Aithnea

Variant of Irish/Gaelic Eithne, meaning kernel

Alastriona

Feminine form of Irish Alastar, meaning defender of mankind

Annora

Irish form of English Honour, meaning honor

Anora

Variant of Irish Annora, meaning honor

Aoibheann

Irish/Gaelic name meaning beautiful, fair form

Aoibhin

Variant of Irish Aoibheann, meaning beautiful, fair form

Aoife

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

Arin

Variant of Irish unisex Erin, meaning peace

Assumpta

Irish form of Spanish Asunción, meaning assumption

Asthore

Irish name meaning loved one

Aurnia

Irish name meaning golden lady

Avonmora

Irish name meaning from the great river

Ùna

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

Baibin

Pet form of Irish Bairbre, meaning foreign; strange

Bairbre

Irish form of Barbara, meaning foreign; strange

Barran

Irish name meaning little top

Bebhinn

Variant of Irish Béibhinn, meaning fair lady

Bebhionn

Variant of Irish Béibhinn, meaning fair lady

Beibhinn

Irish name meaning fair lady

Biddy

English and Irish pet form of Bride and Bridget, both meaning exalted one It is rarely used anymore because of the negative connotation old biddy now attached to it.

Blaithin

Little flower Irish name derived from the word blath flower with added diminutive suffix.

Blathnaid

Variant of Irish Bláthnat, meaning little flower

Blathnat

Little flower Irish myth name of the maiden who loved Cúchulainn, the hero of Ulster in the Ulster Cycle.

Brady

Large-chested Irish surname transferred to unisex forename use, from Gaelic Ó Brádaigh, meaning descendant of Brádach

Breeda

Variant of Irish Bride, meaning exalted one

Bride

Modern Irish form of Gaelic Brid, meaning exalted one

Brigh

Irish name derived from the word brígh, meaning force, strength

Brighid

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

Brogan

Little shoe Irish surname transferred to unisex forename use, from Gaelic Ó Brógáin, meaning descendant of Brógán, a forename derived from a diminutive of bróg shoe

Bronach

Irish name derived from the Gaelic element brón meaning sorrow

Bronagh

Variant of Irish Bronach, meaning sorrow

Buan

Irish name meaning goodness

Cadhla

Irish name meaning beautiful

Cailin

Irish name meaning girl

Cait

Nickname for Irish Caitriona, meaning pure

caitlin

Caitria

Irish form of Katherine, meaning pure

Caitrin

Irish/Gaelic form of Katherine, meaning pure

Caitriona

Scottish form of Katherine, meaning pure

Caoilainn

Variant of Irish Caoilfhionn, meaning fair and slender

Caoilfhionn

Fair and slender Irish name derived from the Gaelic elements caol slender and fionn fair

Caoilinn

Variant of Irish Caoilfhionn, meaning fair and slender

Caoimhe

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

Carey

CAREY: Dark one Irish surname transferred to unisex forename use, itself from Ó Ciardha, meaning descendant of Ciardha

Cary

English variant of Irish unisex Carey, meaning dark one

Casey

Vigilant, wakeful Irish surname transferred to unisex forename use, itself from Gaelic Ó Cathasaigh, meaning descendant of Cathasach

Catraoine

Irish/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

Ciara

Feminine form of Irish Ciaran, meaning little black one

Clodagh

Modern Irish name borrowed from the river name, which probably derived its name from Gaelic clodach or cladach, both of which mean muddy

Colmcilla

Irish name meaning dove of the church

Comyna

Feminine form of Irish Comyn, meaning shrewd

Congalie

Irish name meaning constant

Dacey

Tenant, vassal Irish surname transferred to unisex forename use, itself originally a nickname for a feudal servant, a member of the Déise, a word which ultimately traces back to Indo-European dem-s, meaning house

Dairine

Feminine form of Irish Daire, meaning fertile, fruitful

Damhnait

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

Darina

Variant of Irish Dairine, meaning fertile, fruitful

Dearbhail

Daughter of destiny Irish name composed of the Gaelic elements der daughter and fáil destiny

Deirdre

Irish myth name of a tragic heroine, possibly meaning young girl

Delaney

Dark challenger Irish surname transferred to unisex forename use, itself from Gaelic Ó Dubhshláine descendant of Dubhshláine
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