Welsh Girl Names

Aderyn

Welsh name meaning bird

Aeron

AERON: Welsh unisex form of feminine Celtic Agrona, name a goddess of war and death who was portrayed as a masculine figure in Welsh mythology, meaning carnage, slaughter

Aerona

AeronA: Feminine form of Welsh unisex Aeron, meaning carnage, slaughter

Aeronwen

Welsh compound name consisting of Aeron carnage, slaughter, and gwen white

Aeronwy

River of carnage/slaughter Welsh compound name consisting of the name Aeron carnage, slaughter and the word wy river

Afanen

Welsh name meaning raspberry

Afon

Nickname for Russian Afanasii, meaning "immortal."

Alis

Welsh form of English Alice, meaning noble sort

Angharat

Variant of Welsh Angharad, meaning more love

Anwen

Welsh name meaning very fair

Anwyn

Variant of Welsh Anwen, meaning very fair

Aranrhod

"Huge/round/humped wheel," from Proto-Celtic Arganto-rota. This is the original form of the name Arianrhod, a Welsh myth name from the fourth branch of the Mabinogion; name of the daughter of Beli Mawr, and mother of the twins Dylan and Lleu Llaw Gyffes.

Arianrhod

Silver wheel Modern form of the Welsh Aranrhod which has a different origin and meaning. This form of the name is composed of the elements arian silver and rhod wheel

Arwydd

Welsh name meaning sign

Bethan

Welsh pet form of Elisabeth, meaning God is my oath

Betrys

Welsh form of Italian Beatrice, meaning voyager (through life)

Blodeuedd

Original form of Welsh Blodeuwedd, name of a woman made from flowers, and lover of Goronwy in the Mabinogion. The name was derived from Proto-Celtic Blāto-weid-ā meaning flower-faced/wild feminine (spirit)

Blodeuwedd

Later variant of Welsh name Blodeuedd, meaning flower-faced/wild feminine (spirit)

Blodeuyn

Welsh name meaning flower

Blodwen

Welsh name meaning white flower

Braith

BRAITH: Welsh unisex name derived from the word brith, meaning "diversely-colored," especially black and white or red and white. Note: According to a 1967 etymological dictionary of Welsh, brych and brith are not the same but have often been confused. Brych means "pied, spotted, speckled," while brith means "diversely-colored," especially black and white or red and white.

Brangwen

Variant of Welsh Branwen, meaning fair raven

Brangwy

Variant of Welsh Branwen, meaning fair raven

Branwen

Fair raven Welsh Arthurian legen name of the daughter of 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

Branwenn

Variant of Welsh Branwen, meaning fair raven

Briallen

Welsh name meaning primrose

Brin

Variant of Welsh unisex Bryn, meaning hill

Bron

Nickname for Welsh Bronwen, meaning fair-breasted

Bronwen

Fair-breasted Welsh name composed of the elements bron breast and (g)wen fair, white, holy

Bronwyn

Variant of Welsh Bronwen, meaning fair-breasted

Bryn

Welsh unisex name meaning hill

Brynn

Variant of Welsh unisex Bryn, meaning hill

Brynne

Feminine form of Welsh unisex Bryn, meaning hill

Cadi

Nickname for Welsh Catrin, meaning pure

Caron

Welsh name, derived from the word caru, meaning to love

Carys

Welsh name derived from the word caru, meaning love

Catrin

Welsh form of Katherine, meaning pure

Ceinwen

Welsh name derived from the elements cain lovely and (g)wen fair, holy, white

Ceri

CERI: Welsh unisex name meaning to love

Ceridwen

Fair poetess Welsh myth name of a female magician and mother of Taliesin, Mortran and Crearwy (Creirwy), composed of the elements cerdd poetry and (g)wen fair, holy, white

Cerridwyn

Variant of Welsh Ceridwen, meaning fair poetess

Cerys

Variant of Welsh Carys, meaning love

Crystin

Welsh form of French Christine, meaning follower of Christ

Delwyn

Pretty and fair Welsh unisex name composed of the elements del pretty and (g)wyn fair, holy, white

Delyth

Welsh name derived from the element del, meaning pretty

Deryn

Welsh name, probably from the word aderyn, meaning bird

Dilwen

Feminine form of Welsh Dilwyn, meaning truly blessed

Dilys

Welsh name derived from the word dilys, meaning genuine, steadfast, true

Dwyn

Nickname for Welsh Dwynwyn, itself from Welsh dwyn to steal and (g)wyn fair, holy, white

Dwynwen

Variant of Welsh Dwynwyn, itself from Welsh dwyn to steal and (g)wyn fair, holy, white

Dylis

Variant of Welsh Dilys, meaning genuine, steadfast, true

Efa

Welsh form of Latin Eva, meaning alive, living

Eigr

Variant of Welsh Eigyr. Meaning unknown.

Eigyr

Welsh form of Igraine, name of the mother of King Arthur. Meaning unknown.

Eiluned

Variant of Welsh Eluned, meaning idol, image

Eilwen

Fair-browed Welsh name composed of the elements ael brow and (g)wen fair, holy, white

Eira

Welsh name meaning snow

Eirian

Welsh name derived from the word eirian, meaning bright, beautiful

Eirlys

Welsh name meaning snowflake

Eirwen

Snow white Welsh name composed of the elements eira snow and (g)wen fair, holy, white

Elain

Welsh name meaning fawn

Elen

Welsh form of Helen, meaning torch or moon or more likely to elope

Eleri

Welsh legend name of the daughter of Brychan. The name is of uncertain origin, but there exists a Welsh river bearing the same name which derives from the word alar, meaning more than full; overflowing

Elian

Variant of Welsh unisex Eilian, probably meaning second, a moment in time

Eluned

Variant of Old Welsh Luned, meaning idol, image

Emlyn

Welsh unisex form of English Emmeline, meaning work

Enfys

ENFYS: Welsh unisex name meaning rainbow

Enide

Variant of Welsh Enid, meaning purity or soul

Enit

Variant of Welsh Enid, meaning purity or soul

Esyllt

Welsh form of Irish Isolde, meaning fair aspect

Eurwen

Welsh name composed of the elements aur gold and (g)wen fair, holy, white

Ffion

Welsh form of Irish/Gaelic Fíona, meaning vine

Ffraid

Welsh form of Gaelic Brighid, meaning exalted one

Generys

Medieval Welsh name, probably meaning white lady

gladys

Glaudusa

Older form of English/Welsh Gladys, meaning ruler

Glaw

Welsh unisex name meaning rain

Glenda

Pure good Modern Welsh name composed of the words glan clean, pure, holy and da good

Glenice

Variant of Welsh Glenys, meaning holy, pure

Glenys

Holy, pure Modern Welsh name composed of the element glan holy, pure and the suffix -ys.
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