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Aisling — (ASH-ling or AH-shleeng) (IrGael) from Old Irish aislinge meaning "dream, vision, inspiration". Once a man's name, but currently popular as a woman's name. Adopted as a given name as part of the Irish revival in the 20th C. Aislinn, Ashling.
Alana — (AH-lah-nah) "attractive, fair, peaceful". Influenced by the Anglo-Irish term of endearment alannah, Gaelic a leanbh "O child". Alaina, Alannah, Alanna.
Derry — from the Irish word meaning "redhead".
Éadaoin — (eh-DEEN) fem. of Edwin "happy friend".
Saoirse — (SEER-sha) from Irish saor "freedom or libery"; also a male name.
Sorcha — (SOO-ruh-ka or SOHR-e-khuh) from Old Irish sorchae "bright, radiant". Popular from the Middle Ages to present.
Fiana is another favorit of mine - named for the Fian's band of warriors
Moral courage is the most valuable and usually the most absent characteristic in men ~ General George S. Patton, Jr.
She taking all the stars down from her sky to hang them up someplace new, where there's better weather and the sky's a different blue. ~ Autumn Fields