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What does Sheilagh mean?

Sheilagh Pronunciation of Sheilagh [sheilagh] as a name for girls. The name Sheilagh means "blind". Sheilagh is a version of Sheila (Irish, Gaelic): variation of Sile.


VARIANTS Shyla, Shilea, Shilah, Shila, Shiela, Sheyla, Shella, Shelia, Shelagh, Shela, Sheilya, Sheilia, Sheilah, Sheelah, Sheelagh, Sheela, Shaylla, Shaylah, Shaylagh, Shayla




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How popular is Sheilagh?

Sheilagh is an uncommonly occurring first name for females. Sheilagh is an equally unusual last name for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. DEMOGRAPHICS)

Which version is better?

Shayla (#800 VIA LATEST LIST), Sheila (#1700), Sheilah, Shela, Shelia, Sheyla, Shiela and Shyla (#1451) are the popular varying forms of Sheilagh (NOT RANKED). Other variants, like Sheilya, are seldom used. Adoption of these forms of Sheilagh reached its most widespread 65 years ago (ADOPTION OF 0.38%) and has become significantly less since (ADOPTION 0.03%, 93.2%). (TOP 2000 NAMES, 2015)

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Shayla, Sheila, Sheilah, Shela, Shelia in U.S.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Sheyla, Shiela, Shyla in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Sheilagh and related baby names outside U.S.

Similar Names

Sheilagh is pronounced similarly to Shaila, Shailagh, Shiloh and Shylah. Other recommended sound-alike names are Ceilagh, Chesleigh, Kailagh, Keilah, Leilah, Orlagh, Sairah, Samirah, Selimah, Selmah, Serach, Serinah, Seula, Shaela, Shaili, Shaina, Shainah, Shalaya, Shanah, Shaneikah (see Shaneika), Sharla, Sharlana (see Sharlene), Sharlane, Shastah, Shaunah, Shaynah, Shea, Shealynn, Sheba, Shebah, Sheeba, Sheenagh, Sheenah, Sheina, Sheirys, Shelanna, Shelbeigh, Shelbey, Shelbi, Shelby, Shelisa, Shellby, Shelle, Shelom, Shemira, Sheraa, Sherah, Sheraie (see Sherry), Sheray, Sheraya, Sheridan, Sheridawn, Sherifa, Sherileen, Sherill, Sherina, Sherlee, Sherlie, Sheva, Shevaun, Shilla, Shilo, Shilom, Shionagh, Shira, Shirah, Shonagh, Shonah, Shunagh, Shyloh and Sofiah. These names tend to be more commonly used than Sheilagh.