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  1. #6
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    I'm not sure about Welsh and Scottish, but my all time favourite Irish names are Finnegan and Caoimhe (Kee-vah), Finnegan is on my list but I think Caoimhe would bring too much hassel for a little English girl. I went to school with a Mairead and she recieved enough problems.
    Current Loves: Tobias Henry and Sebastian Keith

  2. #8
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    Some brilliant ones already mentioned, but I'd add:

    Scot Boys: Domhnall (DOE-nul), Angus
    Scot Girls: Catriona (cat-TREE-nuh)
    Irish Boys: Seamus (SHAY-mus), Cian (KEE-un)
    Welsh Boys: Iowan (YO-wun), Griffith, Ianto (YAN-toe)
    Welsh Girls: Efa, Fflur

    I love Rory but I've always pronounced it slightly different to Ruaridh.

  3. #10
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    Welch

    Rhys and Evan for boys
    Gwendolyn and Anwen for girls

    Scottish

    Duncan and Gavin for boys
    Fenella and Elspeth for girls


    Irish

    Declan and Doyle for boys
    Fiona and Maire for girls
    I like simple yet versatile names that work well for the athlete, the comic, the genius, and the judge.

  4. #12
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    Welsh: Seren and Elowen

    Irish: Niamh, Saoirse

    Scottish: Elspeth, Alasdair, Ailsa

  5. #14
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    Quote Originally Posted by linguaphile View Post
    Welsh: Seren and Elowen
    Elowen is Cornish, not Welsh

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