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Quick linguistics lesson: Gaelic is actually three different languages that are part of the Celtic family and primarily spoken in Ireland, Scotland, Nova Scotia and the Isle of Man. With origins dating back hundreds of years, Gaelic words tend to have a timeless and dreamy feel to them, and these beautiful baby names are no different. Another bonus? We bet that your little Orlaith will be the only one in her class.
Perfect for your shining star, this Irish Gaelic name (pronounced Neev) means “bright.”
You know, as in Williams.
Comes from Ailsa Craig, a rock off the west coast of Scotland.
Literature lovers, take note. Pronounced “Derv-la,” this pretty moniker means “daughter of the poet.”
An adorable name (it’s pronounced Ro-sheen) that means “little rose.”
For a name that says it like it is, how about Or-lah, which means “golden princess”?
You’ve seen Shrek, right? This sweet girl’s name comes from the Gaelic word fionn, which means “fair.”
A Gaelic variation of Maeve, which means “she who intoxicates.” Yowza.
Comes from the Gaelic word for "brightness" and is pronounced “Surk-ha.”
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