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Celtic baby names (a combination of Irish, Welsh, Gaelic, and Scottish names) tend to have a magical, timeless, and musical feel. More modern Celtic names are often unisex—like Morgan and Quinn.
Who doesn't know a Jennifer, or two, or three? And it's no wonder why. Jennifer reigned supreme on the baby name rankings... Read More
Cameron is the name of a great Highland clan that means (you guessed it) "crooked nose", which, as everyone knows, adds character... Read More
Evelyn is a romantic and feminine name that is making a comeback from it's super popular days a century ago, perhaps due... Read More
This Celtic name is widespread in Ireland, partially due to the renown of Brian Boru, a high king and great national hero... Read More
While Evan has been a go-to name in Wales for centuries, it's only recently become one of the "in" names in the US. The Welsh... Read More
If for some odd reason you really want a high-maintenance daughter, then by all means embrace it and name your girl Diva... Read More
Erin is one of those easy, breezy names that's remained moderately popular as a girl name. Meaning "peace," Erin is also... Read More
There's just something about Owen that sounds sweet and likeable. Another vintage name that's now back in vogue, Owen is... Read More
Brianna is a super popular girls name, so it's a good thing that it comes equipped with a variety of nicknames ranging from... Read More
Compact, striking, and drawn from the Gaelic surname, O'Cuinn, Quinn represents "wisdom and intelligence." The number of... Read More
English: Warrior; a medieval given name from abbreviations of surnames Chadwick and Chadwell. Chad is also a seventeenth-century saint...
Celtic: Ruler of all
Gaelic: Ruler of all
Celtic: Strong or ascends; feminine form of Brian
Celtic: Celtic for island of the apples, Avalon is the magical island where the old and the new religions of England meet and overlap...
English: Son of Maddock
Celtic: Little seal
Irish: Little seal
Celtic: From the plain lands
Scottish: Field of battle
Celtic: Son of Neil
English: Son of Neil.
Celtic: Raven, black-haired; also used as a variant of Brenda
Celtic: Popular variant of Brian
English: Popular variant of Brian
Celtic: Lives by the sea
English: Friend of the sea
Celtic: Stranger; Saint Gall was one of the numerous seventh-century Irish monks who brought Christianity and learning back to Europe...
Celtic: From the valley