Here is the beginning of my personal hobby Girls Irish names!
Abaigeal ~ In the Bible Abigail was the wife of Nabal and --after his death- of King David.
Aibgrene, Aiobhgreine ~ Meaning 'radiance of the sun, ray of sunshine'. She was the daughter of Naoise and the tragic heroine Deirdre. The name can be anglicized as Evegren.
Aife, Aoife ~ Meaning 'pleasant,beautiful,radiant(goddess)' Aoife is an ancient name.The name is anglicized Eva although it has no connection with the name.
Ailionora ~ Most probably introduced into Ireland by the Normans through Eleanor of Aquitaine. The normal English variations are Eleanor and Eleanora.
Alis, Ailis ~ From Norman-French Aliz, a borrowing of German Adalhaid 'nobility'. the name was brought to Ireland by the Normans. An English equivalent is Alice or Alicia.
Anu, Ana ~ Meaning 'wealth, abundance'. Anu was the Irish goddess ofabundance, by others she is called 'the mother of the Irish gods'.The variants of Danu and Dana seem to be "later scholarly inventions".
Bairbre - A derivative of a greek word meaning 'savage,uncouth' after the probably mythical,St.Barbara. Currently it is not in much use as a girls Irish name.
Becuma - In Irish mythology she was married to the legendary 'Conn of the Hundred Battles'.
Beibhinn,Befind,Bebinn,Bebhionn - Meaning ' fair lady' it was a very popular Irish girls name in early Ireland.
Berrach,Bearrach - Known for 'goodness and generosity', a wife of Fionn macCumhall.
Bia - The name of an Abbess in County Armagh.
Blanaid, Blathnat, Blaithin - Beautiful girls name it is a diminutive of the Irish language word for flower.
Blinne - Was baptised by St.Patrick, feast day is on July 6th.
Brigit, Brighid, Brid - This girls name means 'high goddess'. Brigit was the pagan goddess of poetry. Many Christian saints also shared the name. Saint Brigit of kildare is probably the most well known. Her feast day is February 1st. Other versions are Bryde, Bride, Brighdin, Bidina, Delia, Dillie, and Biddy.
Bronach - Meaning 'sorrowful', her feast day is April 2nd. Bronagh is the version used in the English language.
Caoilainn, Caelinn, Caelfind - Maening 'fair and slender', it was the name of several Irish saints. Feast day is on Feb. 3rd.
Caireann, Cairenn - Best known was 'Cairenn Chasdubh' or Cairenn of the dark curly hair. Mother of Niall of the Nine hostages. English version is Karan, Karen.
Caitilin, Caitlin - Often used girls name in Ireland, it is derived from the French form Caterine. Several ancient Irish churches bear this name. Triona is the diminutive irish language version.
Caoimhe - Now a very popular irish girls name, Caoimhe means 'beauty or grace'. Also the name of a saint from County Down. Feast day is on November 2nd.