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  1. #16
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    Quote Originally Posted by encore View Post
    also, not sure how to spell it but I know a little Irish girl whose name is pronounced A-lish.
    That's Ailis/Ailish/Eilis. Its the Irish/Gaelic for Ellen
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  2. #18
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    Which of these do you think are usable in the US?
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  3. #20
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    Quote Originally Posted by lucykate219 View Post
    That's Ailis/Ailish/Eilis. Its the Irish/Gaelic for Ellen
    thank you! i think she spells it Ailis
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  4. #22
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    Just from the names I suggested the most usuable in the U.S. are probably:
    girls: Bridget-very usable
    Aisling/Aislinn-I think most people know how to pronounce this
    Katie-very usuable
    Aoife-probably a little harder to pronounce
    Eimile-seems hard but easy to figure out
    Caitlin-very easy to pronounce
    Siobhan-I think this one is possible
    Leanne-easy to prounce
    Victeoiria-defintely one of the harder ones, she would just be called Victoria
    Isibéal-easy enough to figure out
    Kathleen- easy to pronounce
    Abaigeal-really just Abigail spelled differently
    Christie, Emma, Lucy, and Erin-all easy to pronounce
    boys: Connor-easy to pronounce
    Shawn/Sean-easy to pronounce
    Eoin-I think most people know this is pronounce Owen
    James, Seamus, Jack-easy to pronounce
    Néall-might be a harder one
    Adam, Ian, Evan, Ryan, Dylan-all easy to pronounce
    Cillian-hoenstly, I always have a hard time with this one
    Reece, William, Liam, Patrick-easy to pronounce
    Pádraig-one of the hardest to say
    Anastasia, Tessa, Marina, Stella
    Connor, Rhett, Corbin, Grayson

  5. #24
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    I'm on my phone at work so can't see all replies so hopefully i won't repeat to many but just off teh top of my head thinking of names i know/hear/see locally - I live in the highlands of Scotland here's my suggestions of Scottish girls names, mainly people i work with or wnet to schoold with. Very varied taste so i imagine you'll be able to delete the bulk of them to get the ones that fit your style.

    Flora - gutted my new neice is called this or would be serious contender fo rbaby number 2
    Lorna - this is due a comeback IMO
    Bonnia
    Catriona (Cat-rina)
    Shona
    Sheena
    Ailsa
    Elspeth
    Isobel
    Kirsty
    Morag
    Heather
    Iona
    Isla
    Eilidh
    Aileen
    Blaire
    Ainsley
    Alison
    isobel
    Lesley
    Moira
    Rhona

    A lot of these will probably qualify as Irish origin as well as we share gaelic/celtic heritage.

    P.S. Cormac is one of my top 3 for a boy so thumbs up from me!
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