Female Irish names

moon or secretly escape

Luayishich

– Oath

Luisich

– Oath

Lula

– Princess of Plenty

Mavourinin

– My honey, my sweet

Madalein

– from Magdala

Maev

– Poisoned

Maeva

– poisoned

McKenna

– daughter Kayonaodha

Murphy

– sea warrior

Miv

– poisoned

Mivin

– poisoned

Myrna

– beloved

Mollaidh

– beloved

Mor

– big

Mora

– beloved

Maureen

– great

Morna

– beloved

Morrayan

– great corny left

Morrigan

– big queen

Muadnate

– little nobleman

Maeve

– poisoned

Meigdlin

– gorgeous

Maidi

– young woman

Mayor

– beloved

Marynen

– beloved

Merid

– pearl

Marin

– sweetheart

Merzail

– martial

Murgil

– sea, bright

Murjen

– born of the sea

Muremn

– born of the sea

Murin

– born by the sea

Murin

– sea, fair

Naomh

– holy

Neil

– a nickname for Eleanor, Ellen and E

Nessa

– one, the only choice

Niamkh

– beauty, brightness

Nisa

– one, the only choice

Nissa

– one, the only choice

Noirin

– honor, prowess

Nora

– honor , valor

Nuala

– white shoulder

Nanesi

– favor, grace

Odharnate

– slightly painful

Oilbh

– olive tree

Honor

– honor, valor

Orlate

– gold princess

Ormonda

– a descendant of Ruadha

Orniya

– a golden lady

Orfhlate

– a gold princess

Russia

– a small lenikha

Padrajin

– noblewoman

Ragnaleth

– struggling

Rayognak

– queen

District

– pure

Districtak

– queen

Ratnate

– slightly graceful

Regan

– little queen

Regan

– the little queen

Rignak

– the queen

Roisin

– rose a little

Rachel

– sheep

Sabran

– the original name of the Severn river in England

Sadb

– sweet

Sadhbh

– sweet

Sail

– blind

Sain

– good god

Sayobhan

– good god

Sayomha

– peaceful, good

Siofra

elf

Saoirs

– freedom

Saraid

– excellent

Serleit

– man

Serlate

– man

Sybil

– god – my oath

Siibhphhayon

– fair

Sinid

– good god

Sitmate

– peaceful, good

Sloan

– little raider

Slain

– health

Sozanne

– lily

Sabeh

– sweet

Taegan

– little poetess

Talallah

– princess abundance

Tallia

– peaceful

Tigan

– little poetess

Toiris

– reaper

Tris

– reaper

Una

– lamb

Fine

– vine

Fiona

– vine

Fionnaguala – white shoulder

Fionnguala – white shoulder

Fionnuala

– white shoulder

Fedelma

– good

Feidhelm

– good

Fidelma

– good

Finngual

– white shoulder

Fuamnak

– jealous

Hajolair

– happy, happy

Ebha

– live

Edain

– person

Eibhlin

– small bird

Eilinor

– foreign, other

Eilis

– god – my oath

Elish

– god – my swearing ha

Eirin

– world

Eirinn

– world

Euthyn

– core

Ebhilin

– small bird

Eibhlin

– small bird

Egneis

– chaste, holy

Aidin

– face

Eilbh

– white

Eynil

– angel, messenger

Eirin

– world

Aislin

– dream, vision

Aisling

– dream, vision

Aislinn

– dream, vision

Eytne

– core

Eitnea

– core

Emer

– ready, fast

Ennis

– one, only choice

Erin

– world

Erin

– world

Etn

– core

Etaine

– person

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