Celtic Names- (a combination of Irish, Welsh, Gaelic, and Scottish names) tend to have a magical, timeless, and musical feel.

Celtic Baby Names

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Baby Girl Name: Merida. Origin: Created name for a character in the Disney movie, Brave; Possibly a form of the Celtic name, Mairead, meaning Pearl. http://www.pinterest.com/vintagedaydream/baby-names/

Girl Name: Merida. Origin: Created name for a character in the Disney movie, Brave; Possibly a form of the Celtic name, Mairead, meaning Pearl.

Boy Name: Esca. Meaning: River. Origin: Celtic. Esca comes from the celtic word for river and generally was used for persons who had strong feelings for nature. http://www.pinterest.com/vintagedaydream/baby-names/

Celtic Boy Name: Esca. Meaning: River. Esca comes from the celtic word for river and generally was used for persons who had strong feelings for nature.

Baby Boy or Girl Name: Lennox. Meaning: From the Field of Elm Trees. Origin: Celtic; Gaelic; also a Scottish clan name.

Girl or Boy Name: Lennox; Name Meaning: "Lives near the place abounding in elm trees"; Name Origin: Gaelic

19 Celtic Names So Beautiful You'll Want To Have Children. Meaning: white haired

19 Celtic Names So Beautiful You'll Want To Have Children

Bellafaye Garden — bellafayegarden: my hair was always this long...

Irish Legends - birdsofrhiannon: Eithlinn in the tower by P. Lynch In Irish mythology, Ethniu (or Eithne) is the daughter of the Fomorian leader Balor, and the mother of Lugh. [The Names upon the Harp - Eithlinn - PJ Lynch]

Elowen (eh-LOH-in): Wondering how Tolkein missed this one? Elowen is a modern name, from the Cornish for "elm tree." Its use is spreading beyond Cornwall. Celtic Baby Names

Enora (eh-NOH-rə): The Breton form of Honora, this name has gained popularity in the past generation. Celtic Baby Names

19 Celtic Names So Beautiful You'll Want To Have Children. Meaning: white ring

19 Celtic Names So Beautiful You'll Want To Have Children

Elowen (eh-LOH-in): Wondering how Tolkein missed this one? Elowen is a modern name, from the Cornish for "elm tree." Its use is spreading beyond Cornwall. Celtic Baby Names

Locryn (LAWK-rin): Legends tell us that spurned Queen Gwendolen assembled an army in Cornwall to defeat King Locrinus of the Britons. The King's name survives in the Cornish name Locryn, which has been revived somewhat in modern Cornwall. Celtic Names

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