Name Meaning Origin Popularity Other Gender
Afrikah

Pleasant

Celtic

Aife

A great warrior woman of myth

Celtic

Aigneis

Pure

Celtic

Ailidh

Kind

Celtic

Airic

Agreeable

Celtic

Alastrine

Defends mankind

Celtic

Andraste

Victory

Celtic

Angusina

One choice

Celtic

Annwfn

Mythical name of The Otherworld

Celtic

Annwn

Mythical name of The Otherworld

Celtic

Aphfrica

Pleasant

Celtic

Aphria

Pleasant

Celtic

Apirka

Pleasant

Celtic

Arienh

Oath

Celtic

Artheia

Celtic

Arthelia

Celtic

Arthene

Celtic

Arthurene

Celtic

Arthuretta

Celtic

Arthurette

Celtic

Arthurina

Celtic

Arthurine

Celtic

Artia

Celtic

Artice

Celtic

Artie

Celtic

Artina

Celtic

Artis

Celtic

Artlette

Celtic

Artrice

Celtic

Avalon

Island of apples

Celtic

#1,804 (0.0031%)  
Beatha

Life

Celtic

Betha

Life

Celtic

Brangaine

Character from Isolde legend

Celtic

Breyanna

Celtic

Brigantia

Strength

Celtic

Brit

Spotted, freckled

Celtic

Brite

From Britain

Celtic

Brittyn

Celtic

#3,389 (0.0004%)  
Caoilfhinnn

Slender and comely

Celtic

Caylan

Victorious People.

Celtic

Cinnia

Beauty

Celtic

Dechtire

Mythical nursemaid

Celtic

Deheune

Divine one

Celtic

Deoch

Mythical princess of Munster

Celtic

Divone

Divine one

Celtic

Doreena

Moody

Celtic

Engl

Light

Celtic

Epona

Great mare

Celtic

Erea

From Ireland

Celtic

Erie

From Ireland

Celtic

Ethne

Fire

Celtic

Fedelm

Mythical wife of Loegaire

Celtic

Fianna

Legendsry tale

Celtic

Findabair

Mythical daughter of Medb

Celtic

Fingula

Mythical daughter of Lyr

Celtic

Gildas

Serves God

Celtic

Gwenevieve

White wave

Celtic

Gwenyver

White lady

Celtic

Gwyndolin

Of the white brow

Celtic

Innes

One choice

Celtic

Jennabeth

Spiritual gift.

Celtic

Jennyver

White wave

Celtic

Kaedence

To march or rhythm.

Celtic

#3,213 (0.0004%)  
Kennocha

Lovely

Celtic

Khiara

Small and Dark.

Celtic

Lynet

Grace

Celtic

Mabina

Nimble

Celtic

Maeveen

Nimble

Celtic

Mavelle

Songbud

Celtic

Mavie

Songbud

Celtic

Meadghbh

Nimble

Celtic

Medb

A mythical queen

Celtic

Megane

Soft and gentle

Celtic

Nareen

Contented.

Celtic

Nareena

Contented.

Celtic

Nareene

Contented.

Celtic

Nealie

Ruler

Celtic

Oifa

Mythical sister of Ove

Celtic

Oilell

A mythical queen

Celtic

Ove

Mythical daughter of Dearg

Celtic

Pandra

Chief dragon

Celtic

Penarddun

Mythical daughter of Beli

Celtic

Phalyn

Loving person.

Celtic

Reaghan

Nobility

Celtic

Reaghann

Royal

Celtic

Sabreen

Celtic

Sabreena

Celtic

Sabrene

Celtic

Sabrina

“The siren from the river Severn,” in allusion to a legendary princess.

Celtic

#426 (0.0496%)  
Shayleigh

Fairy Princess

Celtic

Zabrina

A variant spelling of Sabrina, which see.

Celtic

Zinerva

Pale

Celtic

Celtic girl names vary significantly in sound and style, but all are undeniably beautiful. The Celts once called much of Europe home, and their lasting legacy in names is profound. While Celtic girl names aren’t incredibly common stateside, some have seen time in the spotlight, while others are waiting for rediscovery. We’ve gathered up the most magical Celtic girl names out there for you to enjoy.

Sabrina is a favorite among Celtic girl names, and we totally see why! She’s lively and beautiful with princess ties, making her the perfect choice for a little one. For a dash of exotic flair, try out her variant Zabrina. If you want a pick that’s similar to today’s top names, check out Caylan and Erie. which aren’t that different from Kaylee and Evie.

Celtic girl names contain many showstoppers like Aphria and Artheia, two names with plenty of style and strength just waiting to be picked. They’re great alternates to more common names like Athena and are equally awe-inspiring and beautiful. For a whimsical feel, check out Nareena and Pandra for names that give us serious mermaid and fairy vibes.

As less frilly names continue to be all the rage, you can stand apart from the pack while embracing the style with Phalyn and Innes, less popular alternatives to Fallon and Iris. We’re also loving on Cinnia, a sweet pick meaning “beauty” that is similar to the floral find Zinnia. Within Celtic girl names, you’ll find simple picks like Brit and Ove as well as more elaborate choices like Brigantia and Arthurina. If you want to honor your Celtic roots, you can while sticking to your own naming style as well!

We are head over heels with so many Celtic girl names. They’re fun, fresh, and fashionable, and we can’t wait to see more of them used!