Sunday, March 21, 2010

D's Female Celtic & Gaelic Names (Irish, Scottish, Welsh)

Dacey - Southerner
(Gaelic)

Dai - Beloved
(Welsh)

Dana - From Denmark
(Celtic, Irish)

Dara, Daracha - Of the oak
(Gaelic, Irish, Scottish)

Darby - Free of envy
(Gaelic, Irish)

Darra - Wealth, riches
(Gaelic)

Davan - Adored
(Irish)

Dearbhail, Dearbhal, Derval - True desire
(Irish)

Dee, Du, Dierdre, Delia - Dark
(Welsh)

Deidra, Deidre, Dedre - Sorrowful
(Celtic, Irish)

Deidra, Deidre - Raging
(Gaelic)

Delwyn, Delyth - Neat and fair
(Welsh)

Dera, Daere - Fiend
(Welsh)

Derryth, Derwen - From the Oak tree
(Welsh)

Dervia, Dearbhail, Dervilia - From the poets
(Gaelic, Irish)

Dicra - Slow
(Welsh)

Difyr - Amusing
(Welsh)

Dilys - Steadfast
(Welsh)

Diorbhall - God's gift, form of Dorothy
(Gaelic)

Diva, Deva, Devona, Devonna, Divone - Divine One
(Celtic)

Dominica - Of the Lord, born on Sunday, form of Dominic
(Irish)

Donalda, Donia, Donelle - Ruler of the world, form of Donald
(Gaelic, Irish, Scottish)

Donella - Dark haired elfin girl
(Celtic)

Donia - Dark-skinned
(Celtic)

Donla - Lady in brown
(Gaelic, Irish)

Doreen, Doreena, Doire-Ann, Dioreann - Moody, sullen
(Celtic, Gaelic, Irish)

Drysi - Thorn
(Welsh)

Duana, Dubhain - Dark maid
(Gaelic, Irish)

Duvessa, Dubheasa - Dark beauty
(Irish)

Dymphna - Little poet, saint name
(Gaelic, Irish)
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