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Celtic baby names (a combination of Irish, Welsh, Gaelic, and Scottish names) tend to have a magical, timeless, and musical feel. More modern Celtic names are often unisex—like Morgan and Quinn.
Gaelic: From the oak tree ford; surname
Celtic: Lord of the horses
Anglo Saxon Origin
A spirited baby may be in the cards for you if you decide to name your son Aiden, derived from the Irish Aidan, meaning "fiery...
Celtic: A great female warrior of myth
Celtic: Fire or joy
A more phonetic (and less popular) variation of the cosmopolitan Alina, Aleena is a lyrical name with a lovely meaning–two...
Celtic: Fair, good-looking; feminine variant of Alan
Want a unique and melodic name for your baby girl? You may have met your match in Alina. It's a more exotic variation of...
While Allen has never entered baby-name stardom, perhaps due to its dignified old-man-in-a-suit feel, it has maintained a...
German: Noble, of the nobility; Alice is a variant of the old French name Adelais, a form of Adelaide, and the Germanic Adalheidis...
From the Shakespearean play Macbeth
Celtic: From the stream
Celtic: From the land of the Irish
Scottish: From the land of the Gauls
English: Variant of names ending in "arlene", such as Carlene and Charlene
English: Pledge or oath; variant of names ending in "arlene," such as Carlene and Charlene. Arlene may also be a feminine form of...