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Meaning of the Name Brid

127 names found for "Brid"   (page 1 of 3) 

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The first name Brid is of Celtic, Irish origin. It is often a girl name. It has the following meaning(s):

Celtic: Strong
Irish: Protective

Similar Names

Baird | Bard | Barid | Bered | Bird | Brad | Bradd | Brady | Brede | Bret |

Related Names

Amund  (Norse)
Bridal Gift
Amundi  (Norse)
Bridal Gift
Bain  (English)
Variant of Bainbridge: Bridge
Bainbridge  (Gaelic)
Lives by the Bridge Over the Stream
Bainbridge  (English)
Lives Near the Bridge Over the White Water
Bainbrydge  (English)
Lives Near the Bridge Over the White Water
Bainhrydge  (Gaelic)
Lives by the Bridge Over the Stream
Banbrigge  (English)
Lives Near the Bridge Over the White Water
Baynbridge  (English)
Variant of Bainbridge: Bridge
Bayne  (English)
Variant of Bainbridge: Bridge
Baynebridge  (English)
Variant of Bainbridge: Bridge
Bedelia  (Irish)
A Variant of Bridget, Meaning the High One or Strength. Famous Bearer: Th Century Irish Abbess Brigid )Known As St Bridget or St Bride) Founded Ireland's First Women's Religious Community
Bedelia  (Celtic)
A Variant of Bridget, Who Was the Mythic Celtic Goddess of Fire and Poetry
Bergitte  (Danish)
Danish Form of Bridget
Biddy  (Irish)
Diminutive of Brigid: a Variant of Bridget, Meaning the High One or Strength. Famous Bearer: Th Century Irish Abbess Brigid )Known As St Bridget or St Bride) Founded Ireland's First Women's Religious
Bifrost  (Norse)
The Bridge from Earth to Asgard
Bifrost  (Norse)
A Bridge
Birgitta  (Irish)
A Variant of Bridget, Meaning the High One or Strength. Famous Bearer: Th Century Irish Abbess Brigid )Known As St Bridget or St Bride) Founded Ireland's First Women's Religious Community
Blount  (Shakespearean)
'King John' James Jurney, Servant to Lady Faulconbridge. 'King Richard Iii' Sir James Tyrrel. 'King Richard Iii' Sir James Blount
Brakenbury  (Shakespearean)
'King Henry Iv, Part ' Robert Shallow, a Country Justice. 'King John' Robert Faulconbridge, and His Father, Sir Robert Faulconbridge. 'King Richard Iii' Sir Robert Brakenbury, Lieutenant of the Tower
Brick  (English)
Bridge
Brickman  (English)
Bridge
Bride  (Celtic)
A Variant of the Celtic Bridget, Meaning Strong. Although Bride Was Once a Common Name in England and Scotland, it is Rarely Seen Today
Bride  (Irish)
Variant of Bridget: Derived from the Irish Name Brighid, Meaning the High One or Strength. Brighid Was a Mythological Celtic Goddess of Fire and Poetry
Bridge  (English)
Variant of Bridger: Lives Near a Bridge
Bridgeley  (English)
Variant of Bridgely: from the Meadow Near the Bridge
Bridgely  (English)
From the Meadow Near the Bridge
Bridger  (English)
Lives Near a Bridge
Bridget  (Celtic/Gaelic)
Strong
Bridget  (Celtic)
Strength, Another Form is Biddy, Peaceful, Homely, Devoted
Bridget  (Irish)
Derived from the Irish Name Brighid, Meaning 'The High One' or 'strength.' Brighid Was a Mythological Celtic Goddess of Fire and Poetry. This Name Has Been Used Regularly in the British Isles Since th
Bridget  (Celtic)
Strong
Bridget  (Irish)
Strong
Bridgett  (French)
Strength. Mythological Celtic Goddess of Fire and Poetry
Bridgette  (French)
Strength. Mythological Celtic Goddess of Fire and Poetry
Bridgit  (Celtic/Gaelic)
From the Name Bridget
Bridie  (Celtic)
Diminutive of Bride: a Variant of the Celtic Bridget, Meaning Strong. Although Bride Was Once a Common Name in England and Scotland, it is Rarely Seen Today
Bridie  (Irish)
Diminutive of Bridget: Derived from the Irish Name Brighid, Meaning 'The High One' or 'strength.' Brighid Was a Mythological Celtic Goddess of Fire and Poetry. This Name Has Been Used Regularly in the
Bridie  (Celtic/Gaelic)
Strong
Brigbam  (English)
Lives by the Bridge
Brigg  (English)
Diminutive of Brigham: from the Village Near a Bridge
Briggebam  (English)
Lives by the Bridge
Briggere  (English)
Lives at Tbe Bridge
Briggs  (English)
Diminutive of Brigham: from the Village Near a Bridge
Brigham  (English)
Covered Bridge
Brigham  (English)
From the Village Near a Bridge
Brighid  (Gaelic)
Believed to Be Derived from the Celtic Element Brigh (Strength) and from Breosaighead (Fire Arrow) and to an Ancient Tribe Called the Brigantes, Who Lived in Northern England. Ang: Bridget. Var: Bridg
Brigid  (Irish)
A Variant of Bridget, Meaning 'The High One' or 'strength. The Th Century Irish Abbess Brigid Founded Ireland's First Women's Religious Community. in Great Britain, She Was Known As St Bridget or St B
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