150+ St. Patrick’s Day Baby Girl Names (Meaning)

St. Patrick’s Day is celebrated on the 17th of March and is a religious and cultural festival. A feast is organized in the name of Saint Patrick, the very first Irish Patron Saint. If your angelic little girl happens to be born on this auspicious day, make sure to pick a name for her that does not deviate from the theme of this holy day. If that sounds like a plan, try going through the list below.

Here are St. Patrick’s Day Baby Girl Names

Siobhan

Irish origin; meaning the grace of God, pronounced Shee-vawn

Saoirse

Irish origin; translates to being free or liberal

Caoimhe

Irish origin; meaning she who is valuable and gentle

Casey

English origin; meaning a vigilante in times of war

Maebh

Irish origin; meaning she who brings immense joy, also spelled Maeve

Aoife

Irish origin; named after goddesses of the Irish Mythology

Niamh

Irish origin; meaning shining, very bright or sparkle, also spelled Neev

Branna

Irish origin; meaning beautiful or she who has dark hair

Cory

Irish origin; meaning empty or hollow

Brenda

English origin; meaning a young raven 

Erin

Irish origin; translates to the country of Ireland, a nickname

Haley

Irish origin; meaning intelligent or even a genius

Muriel

Irish origin; meaning a sparkling or shining water

Gael

Irish origin; meaning someone unknown or a foreigner

Keely

Irish origin; translate to very pretty or adorable, a variation of the name Kelly

Tierney

Irish origin; meaning from a noble background or respectable

Shae

Irish origin; meaning a place where fairies reside

Rory

Irish origin; meaning the red ruler

Aine

Irish origin; named after the leader of the fairies from Munster

Fionnuala

Irish origin; named after the female heir of Aoibh and Bodb

Esmeralda

English origin; meaning a precious gem of green color

Aoibh

Irish origin; named after the mother of the kids of Lir

Fate

English origin; meaning destiny or what is written to happen

Eireann

Irish origin; translates to the country Ireland

Shannon

Irish origin; named after a famous river in Ireland

Bebinn

Irish origin; named after a famous Goddess from Celtic mythology

Medb

Irish origin; named after the empress of Connacht

Tara

Irish origin; meaning from the hill

Kady

Irish origin; meaning first, short for Kadence

Rye

Gaelic origin; meaning the ruler

Glendora

Gaelic origin; translates to a gift from Glen

Fiona

Gaelic origin; a female version of the name Fionian, meaning white or fair

Morgen

Mixed English Welsh origin; meaning going round the sea or extremely bright

Valma

Welsh origin; meaning a flower of May

Dale

English origin; meaning she who lives in the valley

Shirley

English origin; meaning the one from the bright meadow

Patience 

English origin; meaning the ability to endure

Annabelle

English origin name meaning courteous or beautiful 

Esme

English origin; translates to esteemed, short for Esmeralda

Audrey

Anglo Saxon origin; named after St. Audrey

Rose

Named after the flower rose

Anais

Welsh origin; a version of the name Anna, means grace

Quartz

English origin; named after the mineral quartz

Olive

Mixed English Scottish origin; meaning an olive tree

Cedra

English origin; meaning kind and loving

Alethea

Scottish origin; translates to the truth

Hine

Welsh origin; meaning a small kid or a house help

Dawn

English origin; meaning sunrise or the break of a day

Roz

Scottish origin; a variation of the name Rose

Mylene

English origin; meaning merciful, nicknamed Myla

Kady

Irish origin; meaning first, also spelled Kadie

Brenna

Mixed Irish Gaelic origin; meaning she who has dark hair

Sable

English origin; meaning darkness or no light

Celyn

Welsh origin; meaning holly, also spelled Kellin

Meredith

Welsh origin; meaning the savior of the sea

Ceridwen

Welsh origin; named after the fair Goddess of poetry

Radiance

English origin; meaning shining brightly or glowing

Rhosyn

Welsh origin; meaning the flower rose

Delany

Gaelic origin; meaning someone who likes challenges

Kiley

Gaelic origin; meaning beautiful or a boomerang, also spelled Kylie

Aeryn

Gaelic origin; meaning Ireland

Bridget

Gaelic origin; meaning exalted or strength, named after the Goddess of Wisdom

Twinkle

Meaning to sporadically light up, English origin

Minne

English origin; meaning love, also spelled Minnie

Bell

Mixed English Scottish origin; an occupational name for a mill worker

Azure

English origin; named after the color Azure

Aqua

Mixed English Scottish origin; meaning water or named after a color 

Aislinn

Mixed Irish Gaelic origin; meaning a vision or a dream

Orlagh

Celtic origin; meaning a princess of gold, a version of the name Orla

Lilac

English origin; named after a shade that looks like blue

Caroline

English origin; meaning the one who is free

Alaina

Irish origin; meaning peaceful or harmonious

Ayene

Irish origin; meaning shining or very bright

Eavan

Irish origin; meaning fair or shinning or brightness 

Canice

Irish origin; meaning handsome, named after St. Cainnech

Wendelyn

Welsh origin; meaning white or holy

Gwendydd

Welsh origin; another name for the planet Venus, nicknamed Gwen

Jennifer

Welsh origin; meaning fair or white, nicknamed Jenny

Tegwen

Welsh origin; meaning pretty or blessed by all

Annabel

Scottish origin; meaning loving or devoted or affectionate 

Skye 

Scottish origin; meaning one who belongs to the island of Skye 

Patricia

Irish origin; feminine version of the name Patrick

Kerensa

Cornish origin; meaning love or affection

Dove

English origin; name after a gentle bird

Wren

Scottish English origin; named after a bird

Edwina

English origin; the female word for Edwin, meaning a rich friend

Mae

Mixed Irish English origin; meaning bitter or pearl, also spelled May, Mei

Ciara

Irish origin; means the one with the black hair

Norah

Irish origin name meaning tribute or glory 

Kaitlyn

Irish origin name meaning one who is pure or ethical

Riona

Irish origin; meaning like a queen

Morrigan

Irish origin; meaning a phantom queen

Shea

Irish name, meaning dauntless or stately

Kace

Irish origin; meaning alert of watchful

Bryn

Welsh origin; meaning hill

Gladys

Welsh origin; a version of the name Claudia, means land or nation

Enid

Middle Welsh origin; means life or spirit

Arwen

Welsh origin; translates to  a noble maiden

Resse

Welsh origin; meaning passionate or enthusiastic

Sabrina

Celtic origin; a goddess, known for heroic acts

Eira

Welsh origin; meaning snow, pronounced Ira

Tanwen

Mixed Scottish Welsh roots, translates to the holy fire

Quinn

Mixed Irish, Gaelic origin; meaning counsel

Marana

Celtic origin; means water, aquatic, or a fortress in water

Imogen

Celtic origin; means a virgin or a maiden

Cordelia

Celtic origin; translated to heart or daughter of the sea.

Hattie

Mixed Welsh English origin; meaning the ruler of an estate

Marjorie

English origin; meaning a pearl or a precious stone

Quenby

Irish origin; meaning a settlement or a camp

Ingrid

Mixed Irish English origin; translates to the beauty of Ing

Coty

Irish origin; translates to coast or coastline

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