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What does Oonagh mean?

Oonagh Pronunciation of Oonagh [oon-agh] as a girls' name has its roots in Greek and Latin, and the name Oonagh means "pure, holy". Oonagh is a version of Agnes (Greek). Oonagh is also a derivative of Oona (Scottish, Irish, Gaelic): respelling of Una (Latin) "one".

ASSOCIATED WITH greek, pure (virgin)

Variations

VARIANTS Unna, Unah, Unagh, Oonah, Inah, Ina, Euna, Annais, Anais, Ainah

RELATED FORM VIA AGNES, OONA, UNA Agnah

CREATIVE FORMS
(female)

(male)


MIDDLE NAME PAIRINGS
Oonagh Bennett (O.B.), ..

How popular is Oonagh?

Oonagh is an unusual given name for women. Oonagh is an equivalently unusual last name too for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. DEMOGRAPHICS)

Which version is better?

Agnes (#1272 A YEAR AGO), Anais (#1034), Euna, Ina, Oona (#1646) and Una are the popular related forms of Oonagh (NOT RANKED). Other forms, like Unah, are uncommon. These relations of Oonagh reached the peak of their popularity during 1890-1899 (ADOPTION OF 0.58%) and are now much less conventional (ADOPTION 0.02%, 96% LESS), with versions like Ina becoming less trendy. Anais is more universally found than the rest. (TOP BABY NAMES, 2015)



Top 2000 baby names ranking of Agnes, Anais, Euna, Ina, Oona, Una in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Agnes outside U.S.

Similar Names

Oonagh is pronounced similarly to Annah, Ioanah, Iona, Yoanah, Yona and Yonah. Other recommended sound-alike names are Caragh, Clodagh, Flanagh (see Flana), Monah, Nonah, Ooma, Oprah, Orah, Orlagh, Orna, Orpah, Rionagh, Rionnagh, Rosanagh, Shionagh, Shonagh and Shunagh. These names tend to be more commonly used than Oonagh.

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