Edna

Edna is a female name which comes from two different sources: the first is that it's a Hebrew name meaning "pleasure" or "delight"; it's also an anglicized form of Eithne, a Gaelic modern form of Old Irish Ethniu meaning "kernel, grain". In Irish mythology, Ethniu is the daughter of Balor, king of the Fomorians, a supernatural race sometimes depicted as … Continue reading Edna

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Hector

Hector is the name of the Trojan hero, the son of King Priam and Queen Hecuba, and the husband of Andromache. He was the most beloved warrior in Troy and considered noble, virtuous, and dutiful. Hector was killed by Achilles and his body dragged around by a chariot (though his body was preserved by Apollo … Continue reading Hector

Sorcha

Sorcha (pr. sawr-kha) is a Gaelic female name meaning "radiant, bright, light, clear" derived from Old Irish sorchae (luminous, bright) though it's sometimes been used as an anglicized form of Sarah. Origin: Gaelic Variants: Sorka (English)  

Erin

Erin is the Anglicized form of Éireann (from which the name of Ireland comes from) derived from Gaelic Éire which comes from Old Irish Ériu meaning "fertile" or "fat, rich" likely in reference to the land, so connoting the idea of "abundant land" or "fat land", from Proto-Celtic *Φīwerjon, derived from Proto-Indo-European *piHwerjon from *piHwer meaning "fat". Though Erin seems to be very popular … Continue reading Erin