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Irish names have become the latest trend, especially in America. Choosing a unique and meaningful name for their babies, is probably the main aim of parents all over the world. The following list is bound to give you a plethora of options for selecting the right name for your little doll.

Irish Baby Girl Names and their Meaning

Aoife: This name is derived from old, Irish mythological character, Aífe. It means someone who is beautiful and joyful in nature.

Anya: Splendor, radiance, and brilliance

Ashling: A vision or a dream.

Bridget: A girl who is strong-spirited

Brenda: A fiery personality

Caitlin: A girl who is pure from within

Ciara: Someone who has dark hair and brown eyes

Dymphna: A fawn

Darcy: This name has been derived from the surname O'Dorchaidhe which means descendant of the dark one.

Eibhlín: This name is derived from the French name Aveline. It means bringer of light.

Émer: This name was originally the name of the legendary, Irish hero Cú Chulainn's wife. Legend had it that Émer would only marry a man who was equal to her in beauty and wisdom.

Fiona: Fair one

Grania: This name is derived from the old Irish word gráinne, which means grain/seed. Experts also feel that this was the name of the Irish goddess of grain.

Granuaile: This was the most remarkable woman in Irish history. She is the poetic symbol for courage, in Ireland.

Iona: Someone who is blessed

Isleen: A variation of the name Aislinn or Ashling

Keira: Dusky and beautiful

Kacey: Eagle-eyed

Líadan: Originally, the name of a poetess

Mairead: As beautiful as a pearl

Muriel: Shining sea

Nessa: Originally meant someone who is gentle in nature, Nessa was actually the mother of Conchobar mac Nessa.

Oona: Unity

Rosaleen: A rose

Sabia: A girl who's sweet

Síomha: Derived from an old Irish name Síthmaith, it combines peace and goodness.

Siobhan: This personifies all the good things about being Irish.

Sheila: A divine place

Úna: This was originally the name of the Princess of Lochlainn.

Vevila: A pretty lady

Having culturally deep-rooted meanings, there's no wonder why Irish names are popular. Parents would love to have meaningful names for their kids, as it is believed that children are influenced to inculcate the good qualities that their names stand for.