Irish Bebe Names: AOIFE  For a girl    Meaning: The Irish take on Eva or Ava (it’s pronounced similarly), this popular name is a tribute to “the greatest woman warrior in the world.”

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Irish Bebe Names: AOIFE For a girl Meaning: The Irish take on Eva or Ava (it’s pronounced similarly), this popular name is a tribute to “the greatest woman warrior in the world.”

LUCA    For a girl or boy    Meaning: “Bringer of light” (also, wearer of furry bear hats).

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LUCA For a girl or boy Meaning: “Bringer of light” (also, wearer of furry bear hats).

KAI    For a boy    Meaning: “The sea.” Bonus points if he’s into whales.

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KAI For a boy Meaning: “The sea.” Bonus points if he’s into whales.

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LUMA    For a girl    Meaning: “Sunset.” Also, lover of sequins.

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LUMA For a girl Meaning: “Sunset.” Also, lover of sequins.

CLEMENTINE    For a girl    Meaning: “Mild” or “merciful.” Except when she gets hangry.

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CLEMENTINE For a girl Meaning: “Mild” or “merciful.” Except when she gets hangry.

FIONNOULA  For a girl    Meaning: Loosely translates to “fair shouldered” (yeah, we don't know what that means, either) and is pronounced finn + ula.

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FIONNOULA For a girl Meaning: Loosely translates to “fair shouldered” (yeah, we don't know what that means, either) and is pronounced finn + ula.

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