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  1. #6
    Join Date
    Mar 2012
    I like Nora, which I've known on some Irish immigrants, more than Neely, but it ends in -a?

    I think Maeve could work well depending on how strong your M-aversion is? Maeve is relatively simple to pronounce, too, and flatters Brenna without being "more of the same" iykwim. I also like Moira which feels very Irish to me, but it's also very vintage and not everyone's taste.

    Deirdre is one I love but my Irish-Aussie husband finds it too old.

    A couple pages from a UK site that might be helpful, or not:

    I did see some goodies but I maybe have a higher tolerance for weird due to being used to it - my husband is carrying on about how he wants Niamh and Siobhan for girls and Eoin for a boy.

  2. #8
    What about Keely? Keely Jane would be adorable with brenna claire

  3. #10
    Join Date
    May 2011
    New England
    I know a Riley and Brennan. G/B sibset.

    Logan and Delaney also fit your rules.
    *Magnolia Alice /Evangeline Wildflower/ Emmeline Willow*

    *Anouk, Amoret, Cordelia, Olive, Beatrix, Eugenie, Marigold, Adelina, Ondine, Guinevere, Luna, Neve, Georgiana, Atalune, Grey, Snow, Matilda, Fleur, Sophie, Florence, Clover, Ottlilie, Sophronia, Guinivere*

    *Augusten Wolf/ Rowan Silas/Atlas Wolf*

    *Osias, Caius, Cashel, Westley, Fennec, Grey, Thatcher, Ignatius, Hawthorne, Benedict, Atlas, Asher, Hugo,Caspian, August *

  4. #12
    Join Date
    Nov 2012
    I thought Bellamy was french.

    Anyways, I like Neely a lot. Kelly is nice too although it's traditionally masculine in Ireland.
    Olivia <3

    Good Luck!

  5. #14
    Join Date
    May 2012

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