Meaning beautiful, radiant, joyful, Aoife was known as the greatest woman warrior in the world and the mother of Cuchulainn’s only son, Connlach.
Bláth means flower or blossom. In Irish legend she was the reluctant wife of Curai Mac Daire but loved Cuchulainn - her husband’s rival.
Meaning gentle, beautiful and precious.
Ciara is female form of Ciaran and is taken from the Irish work ciar - meaning dark and implying dark hair and brown eyes.
From the name clodhna meaning shapely.
Meaning domhan, the Irish for world. It also means mighty, implying ruler of the world.
Meaning fair-headed, Fionn Mac Cool was a central character in Irish mythology who lead the warrior band, the Fianna.
Meaning brave with a spear or spear carrier. The name is associated with Gearóid Fitzgerald - leader of the most powerful Norman family in late medieval Ireland.
Meaning the cause of great joy or she who intoxicates. Maewve was also the great warrior queen of Connacht.
This name comes from the Irish word uan, which means a lamb. It may also come from the Latin una meaning one. It's sometimes translated as unity. In Irish legend Oonagh was the Queen of the Fairies who had long golden hair.
Meaning nobly born - also the patron saint of Ireland, Patrick.
The Irish of Peter, comes from the Greek word petros meaning the rock
Comes from the Latin name Rosa meaning little rose.
The Irish version of James.
The Irish for John meaning God’s gracious gift.
Meaing pure and musical, this is the Irish form of the Latin name Cecilia, who is the patron saint of music.
Meaning God is gracious, this is the Irish of Jane.
The Irish form of Joan, also meaning God is gracious.
An old Irish name meaning swiftness, nimbleness. Daithí was the last pagan king of Ireland.
Meaning radiance, lustre and brightness.
The son of the legendary warrior Fionn Mac Cool and the goddess Sive. Best remembered for loving Niamh of the Golden Hair with whom he spent 300 years in Tír na nÓg.
Meaning freedom or liberty.