40 Pretty Irish Girl Names That Are Earthy

Naming a pretty girl is not difficult. But if you or your family has an Irish background, you may want an Irish name. Irish girl names are usually strong and earthy, they may come from Irish, Celtic or Gaelic languages, cultures, stories, or myths. Check out the below list of Irish girl names, they names are earthy and pretty, and they have strong meanings, just select your favorite name for your pretty girl.

Aiden: Fire.

Aila: Oak tree.
Alice: Noble, exalted.
Annabel: Easy to love.
Aoife: Scottish for "beautiful, radiant".
Arden: The Forest of Arden in Shakespeare's "As You Like It" was a magically beautiful place.
Beatrix: Latin for Voyager.
Belle: French for Beautiful. Belle is a brave, intelligent and independent heroine character who appears in the film Beauty and the Beast. When her father is imprisoned by the Beast, Belle sacrifices her own freedom in return for his, and eventually learns to love the Beast in spite of his outward appearance.
Bonnie: The name Bonnie is a sweet girl name means pretty, charming beautiful, sweet and good. It is derived from the Scottish dialect word bonny, which means beautiful. In the classic movie Gone with the Wind, Scarlett and Rhett named their daughter Bonnie.
Brianna: Strong.
Bridget: The exalted one.
Cadie: A rhythmic flow of sounds.
Catherine: One who is pure.
Ciara: Ciara is a girl's name of Irish and Gaelic origin, and the meaning of Ciara is "black".
Clover: Clover has a long association with good luck, via the four-leaf clover, and through the shamrock symbol of Ireland. Also a feminine of Clovis.
Colleen: Young female.
Ellis: Boy name or girl name of Hebrew origin, and the meaning is "Jehovah is God".
Eloise: Famous warrior. Name of a character in Kay Thompson's books for children.
Enya: A variation of Ena, which means kernel.

Finn: Fair.
Fiona: Scottish for "white, fair".
Flynn: Descendant of Flann. Made popular by the flamboyant Australian actor Errol Flynn.
Iona: A Greek term for violet. Also an island in the Hebrides where Saint Columba founded a monastery of the Celtic Church.
Isla: Scottish island.
Keeva: Gentle, beautiful, precious.
Kira: dark.
Lotus: Lotus flower.
Louisa: This is another version of the name Louise and means "famous warrior.".
Maeve: She who intoxicates.
Mona: Noble one.
Nessa: From The Headland.
Poppy: Poppy is a girl's name of Latin origin, and it is a flower name. Poppy makes an especially good choice for a redhead. Jamie Oliver used Poppy for his daughter Poppy Honey Rosie, as did Anthony Edwards, Jessica Capshaw, and Anna Paquin and Stephen Moyer.
Quinn: Quinn is an Irish surname occasionally used for girls, and the meaning of Quinn is "wise". The Quinns are primarily from Antrim, Clare, Longford and Tyrone, where their surname is the most common.
Riona: Royal.
Roisin: Little rose.
Sage: Sage is of Latin origin, and the meaning of Sage is "wise, healthy". The name has associations with sagebrush, cowboys, and the Wild West.
Shannon: Little wise one. Also Ireland's longest river.
Shea: Means "admirable", also possiblly "from the fairy fort". Originally the Shea family was from Kerry.
Una: Lamb.
Violet: Violet is a girl's name of Latin origin, and the meaning of Violet is "purple". One of the earliest flower names, Shakespeare used the Latin form Viola for the enterprising heroine in "Twelfth Night".

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