Top 10 Most Popular Celtic Girl Names In 2022
The name Melvina is a girl's name of Celtic origin meaning "chieftain". Melvina and discussed in our forums with posts like "Makeover name game: from one gender to the other". From the experts: ... To prove our point: There were ZERO baby girls named Melvina in the US in 2015.
Cordelia is a feminine given name. ... The name is of uncertain origin. It is popularly associated with Latin cor (genitive cordis) "heart", and has also been linked with the Welsh name Creiddylad, allegedly meaning "jewel of the sea", but it may derive from the French coeur de lion "heart of a lion".
Mirna (Croatian/Mirna Serbian/Мирна) is a female name common among Croats and Serbs. Derived from the Slavic element mir, Mirna means "peaceful." It is often confused with the name 'Myrna' (/myrrhna/), which is not Slavic in origin, but Celtic and means "beloved", also "tender".
Celtic Meaning: The name Aleen is a Celtic baby name. In Celtic the meaning of the name Aleen is: Fair, good-looking. Feminine of Allen or.
Celtic Meaning: The name Airic is a Celtic baby name. In Celtic the meaning of the name Airic is: Agreeable.
The name Briannah is a Celtic baby name. In Celtic the meaning of the name Briannah is: Strong. She ascends. Feminine of Brian.
The name Cinnia is a Female name. Celtic meaning: The name Cinnia is a Celtic baby name The Celtic meaning of Cinnia is: Beautiful.
Helen is a feminine given name derived from the Ancient Greek name Ἑλένη, Helenē (dialectal variant: Ἑλένα, Helena) whose etymology is unknown; a derivation of the latter from ἑλένη, a variant form of ἑλάνη, i.e. "torch", is considered "rather uncertain".
The name Beatha is a Celtic baby name. In Celtic the meaning of the name Beatha is: Life.
Meanings and history of the name Alenna: | Edit. The baby girl name Alenna has its origins in the Hebrew, Old French, Old Greek, Old Greek, Slavonic, Hebrew, Germanic, Arabic, Old Greek, and Old French languages. Alenna is a variant transcription of the name Alena (Czech, English, German, Russian, and Slavic).