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Page 1/11. Gaelic names are names from the group of languages spoken by the Gaels such as the Irish and the Scottish. 209 Gaelic names of Gaelic origin for baby girls, listing 1-20. Here is the list of Gaelic names for boys.
Aibhlin .. Aibhlín is a variant of Eibhlín (see Eibhlin), and the Irish Gaelic form of Evelyn.
Aidan .. "Fire."
Ailbhe .. "White."
Ailish Irish Gaelic form of Alice.
Ailsa .. Use as a given name has been influenced by Ealasaid, the Gaelic form of Elizabeth (Hebrew) "God's promise" ..
Aine .. "Brilliant; happiness."
Aislinn .. "Dream, vision."
Aithne .. "Fire."
Alana .. Also possibly from the Gaelic "ailin" meaning "little rock" or possibly derived from Elaine or Helen ..
Alannah .. Variant spelling of Alanna (see Alana), possibly influenced by names of Hebrew origin such as Hannah and Susannah, and by the Anglo-Irish term of endearment alannah (Gaelic a leanbh meaning "O child").
Alesta .. Scottish Gaelic variant of Alexandra.
Alice .. Though not related in origin, Alice has been used before as an English form of the Irish Gaelic name Aislinn ..
Alva .. "White."
Angela .. Aingeal is the Irish Gaelic version ..
Anna .. Though not strictly related, Anna has been used as an English version of the Irish Gaelic Aine ..
Annabel Possibly elaborated form of Anna, or when combined with Belle ..
Aoibheann .. "Beautiful."
Aoife .. "Beautiful, radiant."
Arlene Modern coinage of unclear origin ..
Ashlynn .. "Dream."
Alana, Alice, Alva, Angela, Anna, Annabel and Arlene are commonly used names, while Aibhlin, Aidan, Ailbhe, Ailish, Ailsa, Aine, Aislinn, Aithne, Alannah, Alesta, Aoibheann, Aoife and Ashlynn are rare in comparison. (2000 U.S. Census)
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