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DD's 1 & 2 both have gaelic/ celtic names and we would like to continue along similar lines... We live in a part of Scotland where gaelic/ celtic names are the norm so no worries about pronounciation etc. DD3 due any day now - Please help!
I know a Scottish woman called Eoina. I'm not sure if its Gaelic in origin but it's lovely. Pronunciation - ee-O-na
you like cora - I am Coralie (french in origin I believe) but still very rare - and i know i am biased - but a lovely name!
Coralie is a lovely name crkm.
I like Cora.How aboutSiobhan (shevaun)NoraDeirdreAisling (ashling)Ailbhe (alva)Sinead (shinaid)Not sure if they have any celtic connection but I do like Una (Oona) and Ursula
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