Celtic names. Celtic male and female names
Abelio - Variant spelling of Celtic Abellio, meaning "green growing one."
Abellio - Celtic name of a god of apple trees, meaning "green growing one."
Agrona - Celtic myth name of a goddess of strife and war, derived from proto-Celtic *agronā, meaning "carnage, slaughter."
Alan - Old Celtic name, possibly having the same origin as Irish Gaelic Ailín, from ailín, a diminutive of ail "rock," hence "little rock."
Alaunus - Celtic myth name of a god of the sun, healing and prophecy, meaning "shining one."
Albin - English name derived from Latin Albinus, meaning "like Albus," i.e. "white."
Andraste - Celtic myth name of a Briton goddess of victory, meaning "invincible."
Arianrhod - Modern form of Welsh Aranrhod ("huge/round/humped wheel"), but having a different origin and meaning, composed of the Welsh elements arian "silver" and rhod "wheel," hence "silver wheel."
Art - English short form of Celtic Arthur, possibly meaning "bear-man."
Arthur - Celtic Arthurian legend name of a famous King of Britain. The name is of obscure etymology, possibly composed of Welsh art/arth "bear" and Brittonic gur "man," hence "bear-man." The earliest mention of him is in Welsh texts, where he is never called "king," but rather dux bellorum, meaning "war leader." Medieval Welsh texts call him ameraudur "emperor" which could also mean "war leader." In early Welsh works the word art was used as a figurative synonym for "warrior."
Belenos - Variant spelling of Celtic Belenus, meaning "shining."
Belenus - Celtic myth name of a god of fire and healing, derived from the root bel, meaning "shining." In the Roman period he was identified with Apollo.
Belinus - Variant spelling of Celtic Belenus, meaning "shining."
Boadicea - Variant spelling of Celtic Boudica, meaning "victory."
Borvo - A sobriquet for the Celtic sun god Belenus, meaning "heat." As Belenus Borvo, he was "shining heat."
Boudica - This is the name of a queen of the Brythonic Celtic Iceni people who led an army against Roman invaders, meaning "victory."
Boudicca - Variant spelling of Celtic Boudica, meaning "victory."
Bran - Irish name meaning "raven." In mythology (from Voyage of Bran), this is the name of a mariner who went on a quest to the Other World.
Brennus - Old Celtic name and title, meaning "king."
Brigantia - Name of the tutelarygoddess of the Brigantes (British Celts) from which the mythic Irish Bríghid, daughter of Dagda, is probably an offshoot.
Buduica - Variant spelling of Celtic Boudica, meaning "victory."
Cernunnos - Celtic myth name of an antlered god of animals, fertility and the underworld, from Gaulish carnon/cernon, "horn, antler," hence "horned."
Cocidius - Myth name of a Celtic huntergod, possibly meaning "of the woods."
Cunobelinus - Celtic name of an ancient British king, meaning "hound of Belenus."
Cunotigernos - Old Celtic name meaning "hound-like Lord."
Cymbeline - Anglicized form of Celtic Cunobelinus, meaning "hound of Belenus."
Dumno - From the Celtic word meaning "world."
Dumnonos - Celtic myth name of a god worshiped by the Dumnonii, meaning "world spirit" or "world lord."
Eóghan - Ancient Irish Gaelic name, derived from the word iúr, meaning "born of yew."
Epona - Celtic name composed of the Gaulish elements epos "horse" and epa "mare," hence "horse-mare." In mythology, this is the name of a goddess of horses and fertility.
Eudeyrn - Celtic variant form of Welsh Cadeyrn, meaning "battle lord."
Grannus - Celtic name meaning "boiling." In mythology, this is an epithet of the sun god Belenus. As Belenus Grannus, he is "brilliance boiling."
Innogen - Original Celtic form of the misspelled English Shakespeare character name Imogen, derived from the Gaelic element inghean, meaning "girl, maiden."
Jodoc - Celtic name derived from a diminutive form of iudh, meaning "lord."
Jodocus - Latin form of Celtic Jodoc, meaning "lord."
Kentigern - Anglicized form of Scottish Gaelic Ceanntighern, meaning "head lord."
Lug - Celtic name probably derived from the Proto-Celtic element *lugios, meaning "oath." In mythology, this is the name of an ancient god who bore the epithet "skilled in all arts," which has led some scholars to believe that Mercury and Lug were one and the same.
Maponos - Celtic myth name of a god of youth and music, meaning "divine son."
Maponus - Variant of Celtic Maponos, meaning "divine son."
Meadhbh - Modern form of Old Irish Gaelic Medb, meaning "intoxicating." In mythology, this is the name of a warrior queen of Connacht, the wife of Ailill.
Midir - Irish name of unknown meaning. In Celtic mythology, this is the name of a lord of the underworld, the husband of Fuamnach.
Moina - Celtic name meaning "gentle, soft."
Morcant - Old Celtic name, probably composed of the elements mor "sea" and cant "circle," hence "sea circle."
Nantosuelta - Gaulish name meaning "valley-sun." In Celtic mythology, this is the name of a goddess of water and fertility.
Naoise - Irish Gaelic name, of unknown meaning. In Celtic mythology, this is the name of the warrior nephew of King Conchobar and beloved of Deirdre.
Nemausus - Name of the Celtic patron god of the city of Nimes, meaning "from the source."
Prasutagus - Celtic name of a king of the Iceni and husband of Boudica.
Rhonwen - Welsh name composed of the elements rhon "lance, spear" and (g)wen "blessed, fair, holy, white," hence "holy lance."
Selma - Celtic name meaning "fair."
Taranis - Celtic myth name of a thunder god, meaning "thunder."
Tegan - Celtic name meaning "doe."
Uisnech - From the Celtic name for the Rasena Druids, meaning either "waters of pure spirit" or "seed of the pure."
Ula - Variant spelling of Hebrew unisex Ulla, meaning "yoke." Compare with strictly feminine forms of Ula.
Vercingetorix - Celtic name composed of the Gaulish elements ver "on, over" and cingeto "warriors," hence "overlord; lord over warriors."