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Name Meaning Origin Popularity Other Gender
Arthelia

Bear

Celtic

Reaghan

Nobility

Celtic

Sabreena

Form of Sabrina

Celtic

Avalon

Island of apples

Celtic

Artlette

Form of Arthur

Celtic

Brangaine

Character from Isolde legend

Celtic

Ethne

Fire

Celtic

Aifric

Pleasant

Celtic

Zinerva

Pale

Celtic

Aphfrica

Pleasant

Celtic

Africah

Pleasant

Celtic

Annwn

Mythical name of The Otherworld

Celtic

Medb

A mythical queen

Celtic

Sabrina

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

Celtic

Annwfn

Mythical name of The Otherworld

Celtic

Khiara

Small and Dark.

Celtic

Gildas

Serves God

Celtic

Nareene

Contented.

Celtic

Arthurina

Feminine form of Arthur

Celtic

Cinnia

Beauty

Celtic

Airic

Agreeable

Celtic

Affrica

Pleasant

Celtic

Sebreena

Celtic

Artie

Bear

Celtic

Brit

Spotted, freckled

Celtic

Capturing the beauty of the North Atlantic isles is easy with Celtic girl names. These names vary from the mythological to the mighty and offer a unique style that’s hard to match. Let’s run down a few Celtic cuties and see what we can uncover together.

Celtic girl names aren’t very common stateside, but there are some dotting the baby name charts. The most common is Sabrina, who continues to see steady popularity. Her nicknames of Bree and Breezy are too cute for words, and she’s a name that easily grows with your daughter, feeling both young and mature at once. Avalon trails her distantly on the charts, but we totally see this rockstar of a name ready to take off. She’s a fun twist on the mega-popular Ava and has beachy vibes thanks to her association with several popular shore sites around the world. Also ranking on the charts are Kaedence and Brittyn.

While Celtic girl names aren’t common, that doesn’t mean they aren’t stunning or containing many monikers that fit today’s top trends. Caylan, for example, sounds right at home toward the top of the charts beside Kylie, Kayla, and Rowan. She’s also a unique spelling, a beloved trend that parents can’t get enough of. Nealie is another Celtic queen waiting to rule, and her sweet sound reminds us of the breakout star Mila. There’s Nareen, too, a pick who feels modern and bold. She’s similar to Marina in her might, and we can see her as a confident little girl who knows what she wants. Other Celtic girl names that blend in well with top names are Fianna, Khiara, and Mavelle.

Moving into the more unknown, you’ll still find a bounty of lovely Celtic girl names. Many are matched in their beauty by their meanings, like Cinnia, who literally means “beauty.” Phalyn’s meaning of “loving person” is another out-of-this-world one, along with Aphria’s “pleasant.” You can also find a bit of magic in meanings, like Shayleigh’s “fairy princess.” What little girl wouldn’t love that meaning for her name? You can also go mighty with Pandra, meaning “chief dragon.” As you can see, meanings bring Celtic girl names to new heights and can quickly elevate a name to the top of your baby name list.

A lot of Celtic girl names are just plain cool, too. Zinerva is one that gives us fantasy-world feels, and we can picture her on a baby girl who loves all things magic, like elves. Brigantia and Divone are just as enchanting. There’s also the place name, Erie. Meaning “from Ireland,” she can honor your roots, but she also has a bit of mischief and wonder that we adore.

As you explore these beautiful names, you’ll go on a journey across the countries that the Celts call home. You’ll find plenty of variants too, giving you more than enough options to fall in love with. Best wishes on your adventure to find the perfect pick among Celtic girl names.