Celtic girl names

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Celtic girl names starting with A

Abria – In Celtic it means Strength or power. In Hebrew it means Father of many

Aerin – Derived from the Celtic name Aren meaning ‘Irish woman’ it is predominantly used in English. Also a spelling variant of the name Erin, which derives from the poetic term for Ireland -‘eire’.

Aeron – Welsh form of AGRONA. In Welsh mythology Aeron was often portrayed as a masculine deity

Affrica – Affrica as a girl’s name is related to the Celtic name Africa. The meaning of Affrica is ‘pleasant’.

Affricah – Affricah as a girl’s name is related to the Celtic name Africa. The meaning of Affricah is ‘pleasant’.

Affrika – Affrika as a girl’s name is related to the Celtic name Africa. The meaning of Affrika is ‘pleasant’.

Affrikah – Affrikah as a girl’s name is related to the Celtic name Africa. The meaning of Affrikah is ‘pleasant’.

Afric – Irish – Pleasant, Agreeable, Pleasing, Woman from Africa

Africa – Africa as a girl’s name is of Celtic origin, and the meaning of Africa is ‘pleasant’.

Africah – Africah as a girl’s name is related to the Celtic name Africa. The meaning of Africah is ‘pleasant’.

Afrika – Afrika as a girl’s name is related to the Celtic name Africa. The meaning of Afrika is ‘pleasant’.

Afrikah – Afrikah as a girl’s name is related to the Celtic name Africa. The meaning of Afrikah is ‘pleasant’.

Agnese – A variant of Agnes. It means lamb.

Agrona – Derived from the old Celtic element agro meaning ‘battle, slaughter’. This was the name of the Brythonic goddess of war and death

Aidan – Little and Fiery

Aideen – Anglicized form of ETAIN

Aife – A great female warrior of myth

Aife – Celtic – Beauty, A great warrior woman of myth, It is variant of the name Aoife

Aifric – Aifric as a girl’s name is related to the Celtic name Africa. The meaning of Aifric is ‘pleasant’.

Aifrica – Aifrica as a girl’s name is related to the Celtic name Africa. The meaning of Aifrica is ‘pleasant’.

Ailidh – Coming from Celtic origins, the name name Ailidh is not particularly common, and carries the meaning ‘kindness’.

Ailis

Aina – Joy

Aina – Joy

Aine – Fire or joy

Aine – From the Celtic meaning ‘fire, brightness, splendour’, ‘Aine’ is most popular in Irish

Aiofe – From Celtic origin meaning ‘beauty’, Aoife was a warrior princess in Irish mythodology.

Airic – Agreeable

Aithne – Little fire

Al – Al as a boy’s name (also used as girl’s name Al), is pronounced al. A short form of names beginning with Al-.

Alana – From the Celtic meaning ‘little rock, harmony or peace’.

Alanah – A spelling variant of the name Alannah meaning ‘dear child’.

Alane – Fair

Alane – Celtic – Fair, Little Rock, Harmony, Peace, A form of English name Alana

Alani – Celtic – Fair, Little Rock, Harmony, Peace, A form of English name Alana, Serene, Dear Child

Alanis – From Celtic origin meaning ‘harmony, peace’ it is mainly used in English.

Alanna – Fair

Alanna – Meaning ‘little rock’, ‘harmony’ and ‘peace’. Predominately used in the English language. It is a variation of the name Alana.

Alarna – A variation of the name Alana which means ‘little rock’, ‘harmony’ or ‘peace’.

Alastrine – Defender of mankind

Alayna – Meaning ‘harmony’, ‘beautiful’ and ‘peace’, Alayna is used in English and has been increasing in popularity since the 1990s.

Aleen – Fair

Aleena

Aleena – Fair

Alena – Fair

Alene – Fair, good-looking, feminine variant of Alan

Alene – Fair

Alice – Truthful

Alina – Fair

Aline – Fair

Allana – Celtic – Little Rock, Harmony, Peace, A variant form of the name Alana which means precious, serene, Fair Maiden or Beautiful Maiden

Allanah – From Celtic origin meaning ‘dear child’ , from the Gaelic term of endearment ‘a leanbh’.

Allena – Fair

Allene – Attractive

Alley – Celtic – Little Rock, Harmony, Peace, A variant form of the name Alana which means precious, serene, Fair Maiden or Beautiful Maiden

Alline – Celtic – Little Rock, Harmony, Peace, Lovely, Germanic – Of a noble kind, A variant of Alana and Aline

Alma – Good

Alula – Embodied with celestial wisdom they are dainty like feather are the first born and full of rushness

Alyn – Celtic – Little Rock, Harmony, Peace, A variant form of the name Alana which means precious, serene, Fair Maiden or Beautiful Maiden

Alys

Alys – Noble

Amena – Honest woman

Andraste – Possibly means ‘invincible’ in Celtic. This was the name of a Briton goddess of victory who was invoked by Boudicca before her revolt

Angharad – Means ‘more love’ in Welsh. In the Mabinogion, a collection of tales from Welsh myth, Angharad Golden-hand is the lover of Peredur

Angusina – Angusina as a girl’s name is of Celtic origin, and the meaning of Angusina is ‘one choice’.

Annwfn – Mythical name of The Otherworld

Annwn – Mythical name of The Otherworld

Aoibhe – The meaning of Aoibhe is ‘beauty’. It is an Irish variation of Eve.

Aoife – Means ‘beauty’ from the Gaelic word aoibh. In Irish legend Aoife was a warrior princess. In war against her sister Scathach, she was defeated in single combat by the hero Cuchulainn. Eventually she was reconciled with her sister and became the lover of Cuchulainn. This name is sometimes used as a Gaelic form of EVE or EVA

Aphfrica – Aphfrica as a girl’s name is related to the Celtic name Africa. The meaning of Aphfrica is ‘pleasant’.

Aphria – Aphria as a girl’s name is related to the Celtic name Africa. The meaning of Aphria is ‘pleasant’.

Apirka – Apirka as a girl’s name is related to the Celtic name Africa. The meaning of Apirka is ‘pleasant’.

Apirkah – Apirkah as a girl’s name is related to the Celtic name Africa. The meaning of Apirkah is ‘pleasant’.

Aranrhod – Variant of ARIANRHOD

Arden – Valley of the eagle

Ardena – Lofty or eager

Ardene – Lofty or eager

Ardra – Ardra as a girl’s name is of Hebrew origin, and the meaning of Ardra is ‘blooming meadow’. Ardra is a variant of the Hebrew name Ardith.

Arela – An oath

Arianrhod – Possibly means ‘silver wheel’ or ’round wheel’ in Welsh. In Welsh myth Arianrhod was the mother of the brothers Dylan and Lleu Llaw Gyffes. In earlier myths she was a goddess of the moon

Arieen – A noble person who keeps the oath

Arienh – Oath

Arlana

Arlana – Arlana as a girl’s name is related to the name Arlene.

Arleen – Oath

Arlene

Arlene – Oath, pledge, one who is like the oath of God

Arlina – Arlina as a girl’s name is of Irish Gaelic origin, and the meaning of Arlina is ‘oath’. Arlina is a variant of the Irish Gaelic name Arlene.

Arline – Oath

Arline – Pledge or oath

Arlynn – Arlynn as a girl’s name is of Irish Gaelic origin, and the meaning of Arlynn is ‘oath’. Arlynn is a variant of the Irish Gaelic name Arlene.

Artheia – Artheia as a girl’s name is of Celtic origin, and the meaning of Artheia is ‘bear’. Artheia is a variant of the Celtic name Arthuretta.

Arthelia – Arthelia as a girl’s name is of Celtic origin, and the meaning of Arthelia is ‘manly’. Arthelia is a variant of the Celtic name Arthuretta.

Arthene – Arthene as a girl’s name is of Celtic origin, and the meaning of Arthene is ‘bear’. Arthene is a variant of the Celtic name Arthuretta.

Arthurene – Arthurene as a girl’s name is of Celtic origin, and the meaning of Arthurene is ‘bear’. Arthurene is a variant of the Celtic name Arthuretta.

Arthuretta – Arthuretta as a girl’s name is of Celtic origin. Feminine form of Arthur.

Arthurette – Arthurette as a girl’s name is of Celtic origin, and the meaning of Arthurette is ‘bear’. Arthurette is a variant of the Celtic name Arthuretta.

Arthurina – Arthurina as a girl’s name is of Celtic origin, and the meaning of Arthurina is ‘bear’. Arthurina is a variant of the Celtic name Arthuretta.

Arthurine – Arthurine as a girl’s name is of Celtic origin, and the meaning of Arthurine is ‘bear’. Arthurine is a variant of the Celtic name Arthuretta.

Artia – Artia as a girl’s name is related to the Celtic name Arthuretta.

Artice – Artice as a girl’s name is of Celtic origin, and the meaning of Artice is ‘bear’. Artice is a variant of the Celtic name Arthuretta.

Artie – Artie as a girl’s name (also used as boy’s name Artie) is of Celtic origin, and the meaning of Artie is ‘bear’. Artie is a variant of the Celtic name Arthuretta.

Artina – Artina as a girl’s name is of Celtic origin, and the meaning of Artina is ‘bear’. Artina is a variant of the Celtic name Arthuretta.

Artis – Artis as a girl’s name is of Celtic origin, and the meaning of Artis is ‘bear’. Artis is a variant of the Celtic name Arthuretta.

Artlette – Artlette as a girl’s name is of Celtic origin, and the meaning of Artlette is ‘manly’. Artlette is a variant of the Celtic name Arthuretta.

Artrice – Artrice as a girl’s name is of Celtic origin, and the meaning of Artrice is ‘bear’. Artrice is a variant of the Celtic name Arthuretta.

Arwen – From Celtic origin meaning ‘berry, fruit’ this name is chiefly used in Welsh.

Avalina – Beautiful bird who is filled with life and charm

Avalon – Celtic for island of the apples, Avalon is the magical island where the old and the new religions of England meet and overlap in legend. Legends of the island as a paradise probably pre-date Arthur, but the island is most famous as King Arthur”s burial place and the place where he will return to earth.

Avalon – Avalon as a girl’s name is pronounced AV-a-lahn. It is of Celtic origin, and the meaning of Avalon is ‘island of apples’.

Avarlon – A fruit which is found in paradise

Aven – Always moving, coursing through life.

Celtic girl names starting with B

Barra – In Gaelic the meaning of the name Barra is: Spear.

Beatha – Life

Beatha – Life

Bebhinn – Modern spelling of BEBINN

Bebhionn – Variant of BEBINN

Bebinn – Means ‘fair lady’ in Irish Gaelic. This name was borne by several characters in Irish mythology, including a goddess of childbirth

Bedelia – Celtic – Powerful, strong, Exalted One, Form Of Bridget

Bee – Short form of BEATRIX and other names beginning with B

Beibhinn – Modern form of BEBINN

Bellicent – From Be,enus a Celtic Sun God, mens Brilliant, bright woman

Berget – Celtic – Powerful, strong, Exalted One, Form Of Bridget

Berit – Splendid

Berit – Variant of BIRGIT

Berry – Celtic – Fair headed, Spear, Mound, Dune, Noble and Bright, Pale Green Gemstone, A variant of name Barrie

Berta – Splendid

Betha – Betha as a girl’s name is of Celtic origin, and the meaning of Betha is ‘life’.

Bevin – Anglicized form of BEBINN

Biddy – Diminutive of BRIDGET

Bidelia – Diminutive of BRIDGET

Binnie – Binnie as a girl’s name. Pet form of Bernice.

Birgit – This is the original viking name, meaning ‘the strong one’. Birgit was documented approx. 8 years before Birgitta, Birgitte, Brigitta and Brigitte and all of the other forms.

Birgitta – Most likely a Scandinavian form of BRIDGET via the Latinized form Brigitta. Alternatively it could be a feminine derivative of BIRGER. This is the name of the patron saint of Europe, Birgitta of Sweden, the 14th-century founder of the Bridgettine nuns. Her father’s name was Birger

Birgitte – Danish form of BIRGITTA

Birigita – Birigita is an unpopular girl’s name.

Birita – Faroese form of BRIDGET

Birkita – Strength

Birte – Danish diminutive of BIRGITTA

Birthe – Danish diminutive of BIRGITTA

Blaanid – Manx form of BLATHNAT

Blair – From the plain lands

Blaithin – Variant of BLATHNAT using a different diminutive suffix

Blanid – Anglicized form of BLATHNAT

Blathnaid – Variant of BLATHNAT

Blathnat – Means ‘little flower’ from the Irish word blath ‘flower’ combined with a diminutive suffix. In Irish legend she was a maiden abducted and married by Cu Roi. She was rescued by Cuchulainn, who killed her husband, but she was in turn murdered by one of Cu Roi’s loyal servants

Blodeuwedd – Means ‘face of flowers’ in Welsh. In a story in the Mabinogion, she is created out of flowers by Gwydion to be the wife of his nephew Lleu Llaw Gyffes. She is eventually changed into an owl for her infidelity

Bodicca – A woman who is a great victor

Boudibiua – A person who is born to win, victory

Braedyn – The heir or descendant of Bradan

Brangaine – Character from Isolde legend

Branwen – Means ‘beautiful raven’ from Welsh bran ‘raven’ and gwen ‘fair, white, blessed’. In the Mabinogion, a collection of tales from Welsh myth, she is the sister of the British king Bran and the wife of the Irish king Matholwch

Bre – Power and strength, ability to subside others

Brea – Virtuous and strong as a hill

Breana – One who is virtuous and honourable

Breanna – Derived from Celtic origin meaning ‘stength, power, force’.

Breanne – Celtic – Strength, Power, Force, Hebrew – Father of multitude

Breda – Anglicized form of BRID

Bree – Bree is an Irish name that means ‘strength’, ‘power’ or ‘force’.

Breeshey – Manx form of BRIDGET

Brei – Strength and power, strong person

Breigh – Father of many, strong and powerful

Brenda – A variant of the boys name Brendan meaning sword.

Brenna – Raven, black-haired, also used as a variant of Brenda

Brenna – Raven maid, dark-haired

Brenyn – A drop of tear, a teardrop

Bret – From Britain

Bret – From Britain

Bretta – From Britain

Briaca – The feminine form of Briac, meaning disputed

Briana – Strong or ascends, feminine form of Brian

Briana – A noble woman who lives in the hills

Briann – Strong

Brianna – Strong or exalted

Brianna – Originally an Irish name meaning ‘strength’ or ‘power’. It is also a female version of the English name Brian.

Briannah

Briannah – Strong

Briannon – Strong

Brid – Modern form of BRIGHID

Bride – Anglicized form of BRID

Bridget – Anglicized form of the Irish name Brighid meaning ‘exalted one’. In Irish mythology this was the name of the goddess of fire, poetry and wisdom, the daughter of the god Dagda. In the 5th century it was borne by Saint Brigid, the founder of a monastery at Kildare and a patron saint of Ireland. Because of the saint, the name was considered sacred in Ireland, and it did not come into general use there until the 17th century. In the form Birgitta this name has been common in Scandinavia, made popular by the 14th-century Saint Birgitta of Sweden, patron saint of Europe

Bridgette – Variant of BRIDGET

Bridie – Meaning ‘exalted one’, this can also be a pet form of the name Briget .

Brieanna – An English name of Celtic origin meaning ‘strength, power, force’.

Brienna

Brienna – Strong

Brienne

Brienne – Strong

Briet – Icelandic form of Bridget, meaning the exalted one.

Brietta – Strong

Brigantia – Bright light, Celtic goddess representing healing, awakening, and rebirth

Brigantia – Brigantia as a girl’s name. Possibly Celtic, meaning ‘strength’. The name of a legendary goddess of springs.

Brighid – Irish form of BRIDGET

Brigid – Variant of BRIGHID

Brigida – Portuguese and Spanish form of BRIDGET

Brigit – Form of BRIDGET – resolute strength

Brigita – Form of BRIDGET in several languages

Brigitta – German, Dutch and Hungarian form of BRIDGET

Brigitte – Form of BRIDGET – resolute strength

Brigthwyna – A strong girl

Brionna – Brionna as a girl’s name is pronounced bree-AHN-ah. Variant of Brianna.

Brionne – Brionne is a girl’s name and a variant of Brionna.

Brit – A person from Britain or Brittany, Brit was derived from a French surname. In recent history, the name Brittany has become so popular that many do not realize that Brit was the original, not a nickname.

Brit – Form of BRITANNIA – from Britain, British

Brita – Diminutive of BIRGITTA

Brite – Strong

Brites – Strength

Britt – Scandinavian short form of BIRGITTA

Britta – Scandinavian short form of BIRGITTA

Brittany

Brittany – From Britain

Brone – Sorrow

Bryana – Noble, strong, virtuous, hill, She ascends

Bryann – Strong

Bryanna

Bryanne – Strong

Brygid – Strong

Brygida – Polish form of BRIDGET

Celtic girl names starting with C

Caedmon – Wise warrior

Caeley – Caeley is an unpopular girl’s name.

Cailin – Of Celtic origin meaning ‘slender lady’ it is predominantly used in English.

Caley – Derives from the name Kayley meaning ‘descendant of Caollaidhe’.

Camey – Camey is an unpopular girl’s name.

Camie – Camie is a somewhat popular girl’s name.

Camryn – Derived from the surname meaning ‘crooked nose’.

Caoilfhinnn – Slender and comely

Caoimhe – Derived from Celtic, meaning ‘fair’ , ‘beautiful’.

Cara – Friend

Cara – Friend

Carden – From the black fortress

Carey – Little and womanly

Carmel – Garden or vineyard

Cary – Form of CARR – from the marsh

Cassey – From Celtic origin meaning ‘descendant of Cathasaigh, descendant of the vigilant one’.

Cassidy – Originated in Celtic language meaning ‘curly-haired one’. While originally used as a surname, is a popular first name now.

Cassie – Meaning ‘descendent of curly-haired one’. Or from the Greek Kassandra meaning ‘shining upon man’.

Cauleyne – Cauleyne is an unpopular girl’s name.

Caylee – A spelling variant of Kaylee, this popular Engilsh name has Celtic origins and means ‘slender.

Caylei – Caylei is an unpopular girl’s name.

Ceibhfhionn – Means ‘fair locks’ in Irish Gaelic. This was the name of an Irish goddess of inspiration

Celt – A musical and exotic name

Celtic – An exotic name for a musical

Ciannait – Ciannait is an unpopular girl’s name.

Ciar – Ciar is an unpopular girl’s name.

Ciarra – Dark, not fair, dim, dusk

Ciarrah – Ciarrah is an unpopular girl’s name.

Cieria – Cieria is an unpopular girl’s name.

Cinnia – Beauty

Cinnie – Beauty

Cleena – Anglicized form of CLIODHNA

Clidna – Old Irish form of CLIODHNA

Cliodhna – Possibly means ‘shapely’ in Irish Gaelic. In Irish legend this was the name of a beautiful goddess. She fell in love with a mortal named Ciabhan and left the Land of Promise with him, but when she arrived on the other shore she was swept to sea by a great wave

Cliona – Variant of CLIODHNA

Clodagh – This name is of Celtic origin and derives from the name of a river in County Tipperary.

Coleen – The name Coleen is derived from the Irish word ‘cailin’ which means ‘girl’.

Colleene – Colleene is an unpopular girl’s name.

Conwenna – One who is white, fair and blessed.

Cordelia – Name of the youngest daughter in Shakespeare’s play, King Lear.

Coventina – Water Goddess

Crad – Diminutive of ‘Caradoc’ which means extremely adored,loved

Cutha – Comical person

Celtic girl names starting with D

Daireann – Variant of DOIREANN

Dallas – Wise

Dana – Another form of Danu, a Celtic goddess of fertility

Darcey – The name Darcey has two meanings. One being ‘from Arcy’, which is in France. The other meaning, from Celtic, is ‘dark one’.

Davan – A fascinating name

Dechtire – Mythical nursemaid

Deheune – Divine one

Deidra – Variant of DEIRDRE

Deidre – Variant of DEIRDRE

Deirdre – From the older Gaelic form Derdriu, meaning unknown, possibly derived from Old Irish der meaning ‘daughter’. This was the name of a tragic character in Irish legend who died of a broken heart after Conchobhar, the king of Ulster, forced her to be his bride and killed her lover Naoise…

Deitra – Variant of DEIRDRE

Delia – An island where Goddess are bron

Delma – Short form of FIDELMA

Deoch – Mythical princess of Munster

Derdriu – Older form of DEIRDRE

Deva – Divine one

Devona – Divine one

Devona – From Devonshire

Diddie – Diddie is an unpopular girl’s name.

Diva – Divine one

Diva – A divine person, beloved and beautiful

Divone – Divine one

Doireann – Means ‘sullen, tempestuous’ in Irish. This was the name of several characters in Irish legend, including a daughter of Bodb Derg who poisoned Fionn mac Cumhail

Doirend – Variant of DOIREANN

Donella – World ruler

Donia – Dark skinned

Doreena – Meloncholy

Duna – Little dark one, one who is tall and confident like a hill

Dylynn – The one who immerged from the Sea

Dzsenifer – Hungarian form of JENNIFER

Celtic girl names starting with E

Eadan – Modern form of ETAIN

Eadaoin – Modern form of ETAIN

Edan – A variant of the name Aidan meaning ‘fire’. It may also be an alternative spelling of the name Eadan, also Celtic, meaning ‘Jealousy’.

Edana – Latinized form of ETAIN. This was the name of an early Irish saint

Edna – Fire

Eigyr – Welsh form of IGRAINE

Eimear – Eimear is a Irish name which means ‘swift’ or ‘ready’. It’s a variant of the name Emer.

Eimhear – Modern Irish form of EMER

Eimhir – Scottish form of EMER

Eirin – Irish woman, one who is dynamic and restless

Eislyn – Dream, a beautiful and preety rose

Elsha – Noble

Emer – Possibly from Gaelic eimh ‘swift’. In Irish legend she was the wife of Cuchulainn. She was said to possess the six gifts of womanhood: beauty, voice, speech, needlework, wisdom and chastity

Endellion – fire or soul.

Engl – Light

Enid – Derived from Welsh enaid meaning ‘soul’ or ‘life’. She is the wife of Geraint in Welsh legend and Arthurian romance

Enide – fair or spirit.

Ennis – Ennis as a boy’s name (also used as girl’s name Ennis), is of Celtic origin, and the meaning of Ennis is ‘one choice’.

Enya – Of Celtic origin meaning ‘kernel’, a variant of the name Eithne.

Enyd – spirit or soul or life.

Eolande – Violet flower

Epona – Derived from Gaulish epos meaning ‘horse’. This was the name of the Celtic goddess of horses

Erea – From Ireland

Ereni – a peaceful woman.

Erian – someone from Ireland.

Erie – From Ireland

Erie – somebody who belongs to Ireland.

Erin – Peace

Erin-Rose – Combination of Erin and Rose meaning ‘Irish woman’ and ‘fame’ or ‘horse’ and has grown in popularity following the rise in double barrelled names.

Erina – The root of this name is the poetic term for Ireland ‘Eire’. The name means ‘Woman from Ireland’.

Eriu – From the name of an Irish goddess, who according to legend gave her name to Ireland (which is called Eire in Irish). In reality, the goddess probably got her name from that of the island, which may mean something like ‘abundant land’ in Old Irish

Erna – a feminized word meaning eagle.

Ernaline – capable or serious or battle to the death.

Errin – Errin is either a poetic name for Ireland or means ‘Irish woman’.

Eryn – A popular alternative spelling of the name Erin, meaning ‘Irish woman’.

Etain – Little fire

Etain – Possibly derived from Old Irish et ‘jealousy’. In Irish mythology she was a sun and horse goddess who was the lover of Midir

Ethne – Fire

Ethylene – an archaic old English word which means noble.

Ethyll – an ancient word of Old English which has the meaning noble.

Eula – good speaking or wealthy or gem of the sea or sacred red

Eulah – somebody who is very sweet spoken or is like a gem of the sea.

Euna – lamb or hunger.

Evelina – Light

Evelina – Light

Eveline

Eveline – Light

Evelyn – Life, giver of life

Evelyn – This name means ‘life’ or ‘light’. It was originally a surname and was historically a boy’s name, though now it is mostly used for girls..

Evette – Form of EVE. life

Evonne – See EVE (life) and ANNA (Gracious)

Celtic girl names starting with F

Fedelm – Mythical wife of Loegaire

Fedelma – Latinized form of FEIDELM

Fedelmid – Variant of FEIDLIMID

Fedlimid – Variant of FEIDLIMID

Feidelm – Possibly a feminine form of FEIDLIMID. This name is borne by several women in Irish legend including Feidelm Noichrothach, a daughter of Conchobhar the king of Ulster

Feidhelm – Variant of FEIDELM

Feidlimid – Possibly means ‘beauty’ or ‘ever good’ in Irish Gaelic. This was the name of three early kings of Munster

Fenella – Anglicized form of FIONNUALA

Fennella – White-shouldered

Fergie – Diminutive and feminine form of FERGUS

Ffraid – Welsh form of BRIDGET

Fianna – Legendsry tale

Fidelma – Latinized form of FEIDELM. Saint Fidelma and her sister Saint Eithne were 5th-century followers of Saint Patrick

Findabair – Mythical daughter of Medb

Finella – Anglicized form of FIONNUALA

Fingula – Mythical daughter of Lyr

Finnguala – Older form of FIONNUALA

Finnuala – Variant of FIONNUALA

Finola – Anglicized form of FIONNUALA

Fiona – Originated in Celtic, meaning ‘fair’ or ‘blond’ and derived from the word flonn. Initiated in 20th century england has become popular in modern day.

Fionnghuala – Variant of FIONNUALA

Fionnuala – Means ‘white shoulder’ from Irish fionn ‘white, fair’ and guala ‘shoulder’. In Irish legend Fionnuala was one of the four children of Lir who were transformed into swans for a period of 900 years

Fionola – Anglicized form of FIONNUALA

Celtic girl names starting with G

Gaenor – Welsh variant of GAYNOR

Gallia – Irritation or wound.

Gaynor – Medieval form of GUINEVERE

Genaine – A tribal woman or a Queen

Genamarie – A virgin tribal girl

Genevieve – Genevieve means ‘lady of the people’ or ‘tribal woman’. Taken form the ‘geno’ which means ‘people’ and ‘wefa’ which means ‘woman’.

Genevra – Variant of GINEVRA

Germaine – From Germany

Gilda – Gilda is a female name and means Sacrifice, Tribute, Serves God. It is of German, Gothic and Celtic origin.

Gildas – Serves God

Giliam – Giliam is a female name and meansYoung, Youthful. It is of Celtic and Gaelic origins

Gilian – Gilian is a Celtic, Galeic female name and means Youthful, mostly used in English speaking countries.

Gillien – Gillien is a female name of Celtic and Gaelic orogins and means Young, Youthful. Gillien is a variation of the name Gilian.

Ginebra – White as foam

Ginerva – White as foam

Ginessa – White as foam

Ginevra – Italian form of GUINEVERE. This is also the Italian name for the city of Geneva, Switzerland. It is also sometimes associated with the Italian word ginepro meaning ‘juniper’

Ginnette – Ginnette means Lady of the People, Tribal woman in Celtic and Yahweh is Gracious in Hebrew

Gitta – German short form of BRIGITTA and a Hungarian short form of MARGIT

Gittan – Swedish diminutive of BIRGITTA

Gitte – Danish short form of BIRGITTE

Glema – Glema means Glen, Valley

Glencora – Glencora means Lady of the Valley or Heart of the Valley

Glenn – Glenn is a female name and means Valley

Glenna – Glenna means From the Glen or From the Valley

Glennie – Glennie means The One who is From the Valley

Glennis – Gennis means Glen, Valley and is of Gaelic origin

Glyn – Glyn means Fair, Good or the One from the Valley

Glynn – Meaning of Glynn is Fair.

Glynnes – Glynnes is a female name and means Good

Gobinet – Variant of GOBNAIT

Gobnait – Feminine form of GOBAN. This was the name of a 6th-century Irish abbess, the patron saint of Ballyvourney

Gobnata – Latinate form of GOBNAIT

Gobnet – Anglicized form of GOBNAIT

Grainne – Possibly derived from Gaelic gran meaning ‘grain’. This was the name of an ancient Irish grain goddess. The name also belonged to the fiancee of Fionn mac Cumhail and the lover of Diarmaid in later Irish legend, and it is often associated with graidh ‘love’

Grania – Latinized form of GRAINNE

Granya – Variant of GRANIA

Guenevere – Variant of GUINEVERE

Guenievre – French form of GUINEVERE

Guennola – White

Guinevere

Guinevere – From the Norman French form of the Welsh name Gwenhwyfar, derived from the elements gwen meaning ‘fair, white, blessed’ and sebara meaning ‘phantom, magical being’. In Arthurian legend she was the beautiful wife of King Arthur. According to the 12th-century chronicler Geoffrey of Monmouth, she was seduced by Mordred before the battle of Camlann, which led to the deaths of both Mordred and Arthur. According to the 12th-century French poet Chretien de Troyes, she engaged in an adulterous affair with Sir Lancelot…

Gusti – Gusti means the staff of god or the person who is the part of that group who serves the god.

Gustin – Gusti means the staff of god or the person who is the part of that group who serves the god.

Gusty – Gusti means the staff of god or the person who is the part of that group who serves the god.

Gwendolen – White wave

Gwendolin – White wave

Gwendolyn – Fair Bow, White Ring, Blessed Ring, Variation of Gwendolen

Gweneth – Blessed

Gweneth – White wave

Gwenevere – Variant of GUINEVERE

Gwenhwyfar – Welsh form of GUINEVERE

Gwenith – Blessed

Gwenith – White wave

Gwenn – Of the white brow

Gwenn – White wave

Gwenneth – White wave

Gwenyver – White wave

Gwyndolin – Of the white brow

Gwyndolin – White wave

Gwynith – Blessed

Gwynith – White wave

Gwynn – White wave

Celtic girl names starting with H

Hashna – Happiness, Saviour

Celtic girl names starting with I

Idelisa – Bountiful

Igerna – Latin form of IGRAINE

Igraine – Meaning unknown, from Igerna, the Latinized form of Welsh Eigyr. In Arthurian legend she is the mother of King Arthur by Uther Pendragon and the mother of Morgan le Fay by Gorlois. The Welsh form Eigyr or Eigr was rendered into Latin as Igerna by the 12th-century chronicler Geoffrey of Monmouth

Imagin – Derived from Celtic origin meaning ‘daughter, girl, innocent’, is is a variant spelling of the English name Imogen.

Imogen – Maiden

Innes – Anglicized form of AONGHUS, also used as a feminine name

Inogen – Inogen is probably a variation of the name Imogen. It means ‘daughter’, ‘girl’ or ‘innocnce’.

Iona – From the king”s island

Ione – From the king’s island

Isold – Fair lady

Isolda – The fair

Isolda – Fair lady

Isolde – Fair one, Legendary Isolde of the White Hands (Iseut aux Blanches Mains) fell in love with the knight Tristan after drinking a love potion. Her story is the subject of Wagner”s opera Tristan und Isolde.

Isolde – Fair lady

Celtic girl names starting with J

Jen – Short form of JENNIFER

Jena – Celtic – Lady of the people, Tribal Woman, Little Bird, Latin – Virgin, A derivative of name Jina

Jenae – Diminutive of JENNIFER

Jenavieve – Refers to the running competition for women.

Jenelle – Combination of JEN and the popular name suffix elle

Jenessa – Combination of JEN and the popular name suffix essa

Jeneva – Woman who participates in running competition.

Jenevieve – Variant of Genevieve, stands for the rights of the people.

Jeni – Variant of JENNY

Jenifer – Variant of JENNIFER

Jenn – Short form of JENNIFER

Jenna – Variant of JENNY. Use of the name was popularized in the 1980s by the character Jenna Wade on the television series ‘Dallas’

Jenni – Variant of JENNY

Jennica – Combination of JENNIFER and JESSICA

Jennie – From Celtic origin meaning ‘lady of the people’ this name is a variant of Jane.

Jennifer – White wave

Jennifer – From a Cornish form of the Welsh name Gwenhwyfar (see GUINEVERE). This name has only been common outside of Cornwall since the beginning of the 20th century, after it was featured in George Bernard Shaw’s play ‘The Doctor’s Dilemma’ (1906)

Jenny – Jenny was first used as diminutive of the name Jane and is now used as a pet name of Jennifer. The Celtic meaning is ‘lady of the people’ and the Hebrew meaning is ‘gracious’ or ‘merciful’

Jennyfer – White wave

Jennyfer – White wave

Jennyver – White wave

Joyce – Feminine of Jodoc

Celtic girl names starting with K

Kaasi – Kaashi name means From the Holy City

Kaca – Kaca name means Descendant of the Vigilant One

Kace – Kace means The Descendant of the Vigilant

Kacee – Celtic – Descendant of Cathasaigh, Descendant of the vigilant one, One who is alert and vigilant, A spelling variant of Casey

Kacey – From the Celtic meaning ‘decendant of the vigilant one’.

Kaci – Kaci is variant of the English ‘Casey’ and means ‘descendant of the vigilant one’.

Kacie – The Celtic meaning of Casey is ‘brave’. It Is dervied form the word ‘Cathasaigh’ which means ‘vigilant one’.

Kacy – A name which has many variant spellings, meaning ‘decendent of Cathasaigh. Decendant of the vigilant one’.

Kadey – Meaning ‘first’ , this is a variant form of the name Kady. It may also be a different spelling of the Welsh name Cadi which comes from Katherine.

Kadi – Derived from the Celtic word ‘ceadach’ which means ‘first’. It is a rhymning variant of the name Katy.

Kadie – From Celtic origin meaning ‘first’, also a variant of the English and Irish Kady.

Kadin – It is predominantly used in Arabic and English. In Arabic it means ‘friend, companion’ and in Celtic it means ‘son of Cadan’.

Kailee – Variation of Kyle, meaning narrow and slender.

Kaileigh – The meaning of the name is Dance, Gathering

Kailey – Of Celtic origin meaning ‘church, monestry’ this name is mainly used as an English variation of Kelly.

Kaillie – The name means Church, Monastary

Kaily – Kaily means Social Celebration

Kailyn – This name is Celtic and means ‘Slender Lady’.

Kaleigh – The name means Laurel, Crown

Kandra – Celtic meaning is Greatest Chamion, Sanskrit meaning is the Moonshine

Kara – From the Celtic meaning ‘friend’ or the Italian meaning ‘dear’ or ‘beloved.’

Karstyn – The name means Mossy Place

Karsyn – Karsyn means From the Marsh

Kasie – Originally a surname meaning ‘descendant of Cathasaigh’ or ‘of the vigilant one’.

Katell – Katell means Pure

Kaycee – A popular alternative spelling of the name Casey, meaning ‘descendant of Cathasaigh’ and ‘descendant of the vigilant’.

Kayci – Celtic – Descendant of Cathasaigh, Descendant of the vigilant one, One who is alert and vigilant, A spelling variant of Casey

Kaycie – From Celtic origin meaning ‘descendant of Cathasaigh’ a variant spelling of the English Casey.

Kaydee – Of Celtic origin, meaning ‘first’, and is variant of Kady.

Kaydie – One of the many variations on the name Kady meaning ‘first’.

Kaylah – The name Kaylah has two different meanings, ‘church’ or ‘monastery’ or ‘descendant of Caollaidhe’. It is also a shortening of the name Michaela wich means ‘who is like God?’.

Kaylan – Kaylan means Slender

Kaylaugh – This is a variant spelling of the name Kayla, meaning ‘descendant of Caolladhe’ or ‘monastery’. May also derive from the Hebrew Michaella, meaning ‘who is like god’.

Kaylee – Kaylee is of particular popularity within England and has various other spellings. From it’s Celtic origins, the name means ‘slender’, however, the name can also be used as a combination of both the names ‘Kay’ and ‘Lee’.

Kayleigh – Means ‘Descendant of Caollaidhe’ and also refers to the traditional Gaelic social dance known as a ceilidh.

Kaylene – The name means The place of a prayer

Kayley – Elements of the name derive from the terms the word Caol which means ‘narrow’ and ‘slender’, therefore Kayley translates as a ‘descendant of Caollaidhe’.

Kaylie – From Celtic origin meaning ‘church, monestry’ it is an English variant of Kayley.

Kayse – Kaysee means Descendant of the One who is Vigilant

Keanne – Derived from Celtic origin meaning ‘ancient one’ it is a variant form of Cian.

Kearney – warrior

Keary – Father”s dark child

Keavy – Derived from the Scottish name Caoimhe , meaning ‘fair’ or ‘gentle’.

Keelia – Slender or comely

Keelin – Slender or comely

Keelin – Slender or comely

Keely – Beautiful

Keely – Taken from the word Caollaidhe, the name Keely means ‘slender’ ‘graceful’ and ‘fair’, and is predominantly used in Irish and English language.

Keeva – Keeva means ‘fair’ or ‘gentle’. It is a variant of the name Caoimhe.

Keir – Keir name means Dark-haired and Dark-skinned Girl

Keira – A name which has recently surged in popularity, meaning ‘little dark haired one’.

Keiran – Keiran means The one that is Little and Dark

Keitha – Keitha means The Woman is a Warrior

Kelcey – The name means Victory ship

Kelci – Kelci means A Ship of Victory

Kelia – Kelia means Wood

Kelis – From the Celtic meaning ‘church’ or ‘monastery’.

Kellene – Kellene means Church, Monastery

Kellesha – The name means Woman Warrior

Kelli – Kelli means Lively

Kellie – An alternative spelling of the popular name Kelly, meaning ‘church’ or ‘monastery’.

Kelsea – Kelsea means Island of Ships

Kelseigh – The name means Victorious Ship

Kenai – Kenai means From the Clean Waters

Kendra – From the Celtic meaning ‘greatest champion’, the name is a feminine form of Kendrick which means ‘royal or bold power’.

Kendria – Celtic – High Summit, Greatest Champion, Blend of Ken and Sandra or Andrea

Kennadie – Kannadie means Head with an Armor

Kennady – The name means Ugly, Armored head

Kennedale – The meanin gof the name is She comes from the Valley

Kennedi – Kennedi means Helmet on the Head

Kennera – Kennera means Woman Leader

Kennocha – Lovely

Kenzy – A variation of ‘Kenzie,’ which is itself the shortened form of ‘Mackenzie,’ this name means light-skinned, pretty, or the child of a wise leader.

Keriste – Kerishia means Unsullied

Kerry – Form of CAROL. manly

Kevia – Kevia means The Child is Beautiful

Kevina – Kevina means Beautiful Young One

Kevlyn – Kevlyn She is Beautiful and Young

Keyara – Keyara means The Small One with Dark Hair

Keyla – The name Keyla means ‘descendant of Caollaidhe’ or ‘church’.

Keyley – A name that has many spelling variants, meaning ‘slender’ and ‘fair’.

Kherington – The name means She is Sprung from the Fire

Kiara – Of Celtic origin, a variant of Ciara meaning little dark-haired one

Kidada – Kidada means Archer’s Bow

Kiera – Meaning ‘little dark-haired one’. The name may also derive from Ciarra meaning ‘mountain range’ in Spanish.

Kierra – Of Celtic origin meaning ‘little dark-haired one’ it is mainly used in the English language.

Kieryn – The name means Black, Dark

Kinna – Kinna means Winner, Great Champion

Kiora – Kiora means A little and Dark Loved One

Kira – This name has various possible meanings: from the celtic for ‘little dark one’, from Persian , meaning ‘far-sighted’ or ‘sun’ and from Latin meaning ‘light’.

Kodi – It is a variant of the name Cody and means ‘son of Oda, son of Otto, son of Cuidightheach, son of the helpful one’.

Kwyn – The name means Descendent of Conn, Wisdom

Kyla – Celtic origin meaning narrow or slender

Kylah – Derived from the name Kyla, meaning ‘slender’ or from the Hebrew name ‘kelila’ meaning ‘lightness’ or ‘crown of laurels’.

Kylea – Kylea means She who Won

Kylee – Kylee means Victorious Woman

Kyleena – Kayleena means Slender, Boomerang

Kyleigh – Variation of Kyle, which means ‘narrow, slender.’

Kylene – The name means Little piece of Land

Kyley – Kyley means She who has Won

Kylie

Kylie – Derived from Celtic orign meaning ‘narrow, slender’ a variant form of the English name Kyle.

Kylin – A variant of Kyle which means ‘slender and narrow.’

Kylise – The name means She who Won, Victorious One

Kylyne – A philosophical, narrow minded and charming individual

Kylynn – A name for sweet and spiritual person

Kyna – The name means Intelligent

Celtic girl names starting with L

Lanis – Little rock, the one who is peaceful

Laoise – Possibly a newer form of LUIGSECH. It is also used as an Irish form of Louise

Larna – A diminutive of the name Alana and means ‘harmony’ or ‘peace’. It could also mean ‘little rock’.

Lavena – Joy

Lesley – Garden of holly

Lesley – Lesley has its origin in a Scottish Gaelic surname derived from the place name ‘leas celyn’ meaning ‘garden of hollies’.

Leslie

Lewella – Variant of LLEWELLA

Linette

Linette – graceful

Linnette – Idol

Lleucu – Meaning unknown, possibly derived from LLEU. This name appears in the 14th-century poem ‘Marwnad Lleucu Llwyd’, written by Llywelyn Goch ap Meurig Hen for his deceased lover Lleucu Llwyd

Llewella – Feminine form of LLYWELYN

Locklyn – Land of the lakes

Luigsech – Derived from the name of the Irish god LUGH

Luiseach – Modern form of LUIGSECH

Lynet – A graceful and mild person

Lynette

Lynette – Form of LINDA. pretty

Lyonesse – Little lion

Celtic girl names starting with M

Mabina – Nimble

Mackenna – Celtic – Son of Cionaodh, Gaelic – Son of Coinneach, Son of Kenneth.

Maetta – One who is dedicated to God Mars

Maeve

Maeve – Anglicized form of the Gaelic name Medb meaning ‘intoxicating’. In Irish legend this was the name of a warrior queen of Connacht. Her fight against Ulster and the hero Cuchulainn is told in the Irish epic ‘The Cattle Raid of Cooley’

Maeveen – Nimble

Mariel – A sea-bright person

Mariely – One who is bright as a sea

Marvina – Friend of the sea, feminine form of Marvin

Marvina – A renowned friend

Maura – Variant of Maire, realist, plans ahead and looks toward the future.

Maureen

Maureen – great

Mave – Variant of MAEVE

Mavelle – Songbud

Mavie – Songbird

Mavis

Mavis – Lover of music and song, rejuvenated by melody.

Mckenna – Celtic – Son of Cionaodh

Meabh – Variant of MEDB

Meadghbh – Nimble

Meadhbh – Derived from Celtic origin meaning ‘she who intoxicates’ this name is predominantly used in Irish.

Mearna – A woman of tender character

Meave – Variant of MAEVE

Medb – Original Irish form of MAEVE

Melva – Form of MELVIN. Mill Worker

Melvina – Handmaiden

Meredith

Meredith – Protector of the sea

Merlyn – Variant of MERLIN, sometimes used as a feminine form. It has perhaps been influenced by the Welsh word merlyn meaning ‘pony’

Meryl

Mirna – Tender

Moira – the great

Mor

Mor Rioghain – Older form of MORRIGAN

Morgaine – Variant of MORGAN (2), from a French form

Morgan

Morgan – Modern form of Morgen, which was used by Geoffrey of Monmouth in the 12th century for the Arthurian sorceress Morgan le Fay, who was unnamed in earlier stories. Geoffrey probably did not derive it from the Welsh masculine name Morgan, which would have been spelled Morcant in his time. He may have based it on the Irish name MUIRGEN

Morgana – Stepsister of King Arthur. Variant of Morgan.

Morgana – Dweller of the sea

Morgance – Celtic – Sea, Edge, Circle, Completion, Bright, White Sea Dweller, Great and Bright

Morgandy

Morgane

Morgane – French, either a form of MORGAN (2) or a feminine form of MORGAN (1)

Morgen – Earlier form of MORGAN (2)

Morna – Anglicized form of MUIRNE

Morrigan – A war goddess in Irish mythology

Morrigan – Derived from Irish Mor Rioghain meaning ‘great queen’. In Irish myth she was a goddess of war and death who often took the form of a crow

Morrighan – Variant of MORRIGAN

Moya – Bitter, a variant of Mary

Moya – Great

Muireann – Variant of MUIRENN

Muirenn – Either derived from Gaelic muir ‘sea’ and fionn ‘fair, white’, or else a variant of MUIRNE

Muirgen – Means ‘born of the sea’ in Gaelic. In Irish legend this was the name of a woman (originally named Liban) who was transformed into a mermaid. After 300 years she was brought to shore, baptized, and transformed back into a woman

Muirin – Modern form of MUIRGEN

Muirne – Means ‘festive’ in Irish Gaelic. In Irish legend this was the name of the mother of Fionn mac Cumhail

Muriel – Shining sea

Murna – Anglicized form of MUIRNE

Murron – A Scottish name derived from the Irish Muireann meaning ‘sea’ or ‘white, fair’.

Myrna – Anglicized form of MUIRNE

Celtic girl names starting with N

Naimh – Of Celtic origin meaning ‘radiance, shine, beauty’, it is predominantly used in English and Welsh.

Nara – Contented

Nareen – Contented

Nareena – Refraining from acting.

Nareene – Contented

Naya – Derived from Celtic origin meaning ‘passionate’or ‘champion’ it is commonly used in German, Scandinavian and English.

Neala – Ruler

Neala – having chieftains

Nealie – Ruler

Nealie – Ruler

Neas – Old Irish form of NEASA

Neasa – Meaning uncertain. In Irish legend she was the mother of Conchobhar, king of Ulster. According to some versions of the legend she was originally named Assa meaning ‘gentle’, but was renamed Ni-assa ‘not gentle’ after she sought to avenge the murders of her foster fathers

Neassa – Variant of NEASA

Neely – The great champion of the nation.

Neive – Neive is an Irish name meaning ‘bright’, ‘shine’ or ‘beauty’. It is a variation of the name Niamh.

Ness – Anglicized form of NEAS

Nessa – Anglicized form of NEASA

Nevanthi – A spiritual lady, holy lady

Neve – This is a form of the name Niamh which means ‘snowy’, ‘radiance’, ‘shine’ or ‘beauty”. May also be derived from the Hebrew Naomi meaning ‘comforting’, ‘pleasant’.

Nevin – This name is of Celtic origin meaning ‘little saint’ it is derived from the Irish name Naomhan.

Nevina – The one who prises the saint.

Nia – Illumination, Prettiness, Determination

Niamh – Means ‘bright’ in Irish. She was the daughter of the sea god in Irish legends. She fell in love with the poet Oisin, son of Fionn

Nola

Nola – Diminutive of MAGNOLIA, FINOLA and other names containing a similar sound

Nuala – This name means ‘descendant of Nuallain’, may also be an alternative name for Una, the king of the fairies in Irish mythology.

Celtic girl names starting with O

Oifa – Mythical sister of Ove

Oifa – Mythical sister of Ove

Oilell – A mythical queen

Olwen

Olwen – Mythical daughter of Yspaddaden

Olwyn – Mythical daughter of Yspaddaden

Oonagh – Malnutrition or spotlight or unique

Oriana – Blond

Oriana – Blond

Orla – Irish name meaning ‘golden princess’, derived from the Gaelic name Orla.

Orlagh – Orlagh is an Irish name and means ‘golden’ or ‘golden Princess’.

Ove – Mythical daughter of Dearg

Ove – Mythical daughter of Dearg

Celtic girl names starting with P

Pandra – Pandra as a girl’s name is of Celtic origin meaning ‘chief dragon’. It derives from the name Pandragon, a variant of Pendragon, as in Uther Pendragon.

Penarddun – Mythical daughter of Beli

Piritta – Celtic – Exalted One, Strong and Protective, Old Norse – To help, A variant of Birgit

Pirjo – Celtic – Exalted One, Strong and Protective, Old Norse – To help, A variant of Birgit

Pirkko – Celtic – Exalted One, Strong and Protective, Old Norse – To help, A variant of Birgit

Priita – Finnish form of BRITA

Puspamanjari – A girl who is like the flower bud

Celtic girl names starting with Q

Quinn – wise

Celtic girl names starting with R

Raegan – A popular girls name, this has its origins in Celtic and is a variation of the name Regan meaning ‘descendent of Riag

Ragan – Little Ruler, Kingly, A variant of Regan

Reaghan – Nobility

Reaghan – Nobility

Reanna – Derived from the Celtic language, a variant spelling of the name Rihanna, means ‘nympth’, ‘goddess’or ‘maiden’.

Reannon – Variant of RHIANNON

Regan – Nobility

Regan – Nobility

Reganne – Little Ruler, Regal, Descendant of Riagan.

Reilynn – A courageous, valliant woman

Rheanna – Variant of RHIANNA

Rhiana – Of Celtic origin meaning ‘goddess’, this name is predominantly used in the English language.

Rhianna – Celtic – Descendant of Rian, Welsh – Great Queen, A variant of the name Rianna

Rhiannan – Derived from the Celtic rigantona meaning ‘goddess’.

Rhianne – Of Celtic origin meaing ‘nymph, goddess’ a variant of the popular Welsh name Rhiannon.

Rhiannon

Rhiannon – Probably derived from the old Celtic name Rigantona meaning ‘great queen’. It is speculated that this was the name of an otherwise unattested Celtic goddess of fertility and the moon. The name Rhiannon appears later in Welsh legend in the Mabinogion, borne by the wife of Pwyll and the mother of Pryderi…

Rhianon – Variant of RHIANNON

Rhienne – A little Queen, a baby Queen

Rhona – Rough Island

Riana – An Queen who is compared to a Goddess

Riann – A Queenly one

Rianna – Derived from the Celtic language, a variant spelling of the name Rihanna, means ‘nympth’, ‘goddess’or ‘maiden’.

Rianne – An excellent, skillful Queen, a Goddess

Riannon – A skillful, great Queen

Rianorix – A great Queen of all Kings

Rigantona – Reconstructed old Celtic form of RHIANNON

Righnach – Variant of RIOGHNACH

Rihanna – Derived from the Celtic language, Rihanna means nymph, goddess or maiden.

Riitta – Finnish short form of PIRITTA

Rioghnach – Derived from Irish rioghan meaning ‘queen’. In Irish legend this was a wife of the Irish king Niall

Riona – Either a variant of RIOGHNACH or a short form of CATRIONA

Rionach – Variant of RIOGHNACH

Ronat – Celtic – Resembling a Seal

Rory – The name Rory is usually used as a feminine name but can also be a boy’s name. It means ‘red’ or ‘red king’.

Rosmerta – A Goddes of fertility and abundance

Rowen – Meaning ‘ruddy little one’ or ‘little red-haired one’.

Rowena – Fair-haired

Rowena – White or comely

Celtic girl names starting with S

Sabia – Latinized form of SADB

Sabreen – Sabreen as a girl’s name is a variant of the Celtic name Sabrina.

Sabreena – Sabreena as a girl’s name is a variant of the Celtic Sabrina.

Sabrena – Sabrena as a girl’s name is a variant of the Celtic name Sabrina.

Sabrene – Sabrene as a girl’s name is a variant of the Celtic name Sabrina.

Sabrina – Sabrina is the bubbly girl in 10th grade who volunteers to decorate the gym for the school dance. She also bakes her friends cookies when they’re sick and signs her name with a heart over the letter I. Maybe that was you too? Carry on the “good girl” tradition, then, and give this name to your daughter. And someday you’ll tell her that Sabrina was also the name of a mythological Celtic goddess and a TV teenage witch.

Sabrinna – Sabrinna as a girl’s name is a variant of the Celtic name Sabrina.

Sabryna – Sabryna as a girl’s name is a variant of the Celtic name Sabrina.

Sadb – Means ‘sweet, goodly’ in Irish Gaelic. In Irish mythology Sadb was the mother of Oisin

Sadbh – A good and sweet woman

Sadhbh – Modern Irish form of SADB

Saibh – Variant of SADB

Samus – A person who supplants

Sebreena – Sebreena as a girl’s name is a variant of the Celtic name Sabrina.

Sebrina – Sebrina as a girl’s name is a variant of the Celtic name Sabrina.

Selma – Comely

Selma – Comely

Shae – Meaning ‘admirable’ and is a variant spelling of Shea.

Shailey – A woman who is admirable

Shanai – Of Celtic origin meaning ‘old, wise’ a variation of the name Shannon.

Shannon – Means -‘ Old/Wise River’ originates from the River Shannon which is the longest river in Ireland.

Shaunna – God’s gift

Shayla – Derived from Celtic language, meaning ‘admirable’ . May also be derived from the name Cecilia, meaning ‘blind’.

Shela – musical

Shona – Fem, form of john

Sionann – The name of an Irish goddess, a granddaughter of Lir, who was the personification of the River Shannon. Her name is derived from the name of the river (see SHANNON)

Sive – Anglicized form of SADB

Slaine – Means ‘health’ in Irish Gaelic. This was the name of a legendary high king of Ireland

Sloan – Form of SLONE. Warrior

Sloane – Activist Abbie Hoffman

Sloane – Form of SLONE. Warrior

Sorcha – form of SARAH or Bright

Synan – Old

Celtic girl names starting with T

Tahra – Planet where we leave, the Earth

Tara – tower, crag

Tarai – Celtic name meaning the hill

Tarrah – Variation of the name Tara meaning the hill

Taryn – Meaning ‘hill’ and also Greek for ‘pure’ . Also a popular boys name.

Teagan – Used in the Irish and English language. It derived from the Celtic teg meaning ‘pretty, fair’.

Tegan – The English version of the name Tadhg, meaning ‘poet’ and ‘philosopher’. Was used among the Irish as a term for Catholics and for a person skilled in many trades.

Tege – Pretty little thing

Tenille – She who brings light

Teranika – Victory of the Earth

Terin – Variant of Erin, means Ireland

Thames – The dark one, a riven in England

Tiona – A fairy queen, a deity

Torrin – Who is from the craggy hills

Tory – Originally a surname derived from a place name, meaning ‘man from the low hills’ or ‘from the craggy hills’. May also be a pet form of the name Victor, meaning ‘conqueror’.

Tosia – Lives by the tower

Treva – prudent

Trina – Wise, prudent

Tris – Tris can be a boy or girl’s name that comes from the Celtic name Tristan.

Tristan – Noise or Sorrowful

Tristana – One who is sad or sorrowful

Tristen – Tristen as a boy’s name (also used as a girl’s name), is related to the Celtic name Tristan.

Tristin – Tristin as a boy’s name (also used as a girl’s name), is related to the Celtic name Tristan.

Trystan – Trystan as a boy’s name (also used as a girl’s name), is related to the Celtic name Tristan.

Celtic girl names starting with U

Ula – sea jewel

Una – Meaning one in several languages including Gaelic. Also means ‘chaste’ and ‘pure’.

Celtic girl names starting with V

Venetia – Woman of Venice

Viona – Possibly a variant of FIONA influenced by VIOLA

Vivi – Scandinavian diminutive of names beginning with Vi, as well as OLIVIA and SOFIA

Vivian – From the Latin name Vivianus, which was derived from Latin vivus ‘alive’. Saint Vivian was a French bishop who provided protection during the Visigoth invasion of the 5th century. It has been occasionally used as an English (masculine) name since the Middle Ages. In modern times it is also used as a feminine name, in which case it is either an Anglicized form of BEBINN or a variant of VIVIEN (2)

Vivyan – Variant of VIVIAN

Celtic girl names starting with W

Winnie – Of Celtic origin meaning ‘blessed reconciliation, friend of peace’, a pet form of the English and German Edwina.

Wynne – White or fair

Wynnie – White or fair

Celtic girl names starting with Y

Yenifer – Spanish variant of JENNIFER

Yenny – Spanish variant of JENNY

Yseult – Fair

Celtic girl names starting with Z

Zabrina – Zabrina as a girl’s name is a variant of the Celtic name Sabrina.

Zenevieva – White wave