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Celtic, or “Keltic,” languages are descended from the greater Indo-European language family, and most commonly spoken on the north-western edge of Europe; specifically Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Brittany, Cornwall and the Isle of Man. There are officially six living Celtic languages: Irish, Scottish Gaelic, Welsh, Breton, Cornish and Manx. Some characteristics of Celtic names include: unusual spelling combinations, unfamiliar phonetic sounds, long syllables and soft vowels. Celtic baby names are often melodic and lilting when pronounced correctly. When searching for a Celtic baby name consider spelling and pronunciation especially as Celtic vowel and consonant combinations can be a bit tricky. Baby Names Network contains a comprehensive list of Celtic baby names and their meanings.
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A follower of Thor and strong as a bear.
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Celtic boy baby name meaning "A follower of Thor and strong as a bear."

A follower of Thor.
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Celtic boy baby name meaning "A follower of Thor."

A follower of Thor and strong as a bear.
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Celtic boy baby name meaning "A follower of Thor and strong as a bear."

A rock.
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Celtic boy baby name meaning "A rock."

A rock.
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Celtic boy baby name meaning "A rock."

Strength
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Celtic girl baby name meaning "Strength"

A raven.
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Celtic boy baby name meaning "A raven."

From Britain
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Celtic girl baby name meaning "From Britain"

Estime
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Celtic boy baby name meaning "Estime"

Strong one.
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Celtic boy baby name meaning "Strong one."

Noble, honourable. The feminine form of Brian.
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Celtic girl baby name meaning "Noble, honourable. The feminine form of Brian."

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