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Gender: F Pronunciation: rhymes with five Meaning of Sadbh: "sweet; goodly" Origin of Sadbh: Irish

Sadbh is the modern Irish form of the more streamlined but equally confusing Sadb: both names are pronounced to rhyme with five. In Irish mythology Sadb or Sadbh, a goddess lover of Finn McCool's, was turned into a deer only to vanish and (somewhere in there) give birth to Oisin.

Famous People Named Sadbh

Sadhbh O'Sullivan, Irish rock musician
Sadhbh Walshe, filmmaker and columnist for The Guardian

Pop Culture References for the name Sadbh

Sadhbh Ni Bhruinneallaigh, Irish 'sean-nós' song
Diminutive: Saidhbhín / Saibhín (sigh-veen)