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Meaning of the Name Bride

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

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
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

Similar Names

Barde | Barid | Berde | Birde | Brad | Bradd | Brady | Brede | Brit | Britt |

Related Names

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
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
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
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
Gib  (Scottish)
Diminutive of Gilbert: Derived from the Name Gilbride, Meaning 'servant of St. Bridget'
Gil  (Scottish)
Diminutive of Gilbert: Derived from the Name Gilbride, Meaning 'servant of St. Bridget'
Gilbert  (Scottish)
Derived from the Name Gilbride, Meaning 'servant of St. Bridget'
Gilberta  (Scottish)
Feminine Form of Gilbert: Derived from the Name Gilbride, Meaning 'servant of St. Bridget'
Gilbertine  (Scottish)
Feminine Form of Gilbert: Derived from the Name Gilbride, Meaning 'servant of St. Bridget'
Gilbride  (Irish)
Serves Saint Bridget
Gilbride  (Scottish)
Servant of St. Bridget
Hadassah  (Persian)
Myrtle or Bride
Hadassah  (Persian)
Myrtle or Bride
Huso  (African)
Sadness of the Bride
Iona  (Scottish)
Taken from the Name of a Small Island in the Hebrides, a Group of Islands Off the West Coast of Scotland
MacBride  (Irish)
Son of Bridget 'Bride'
Nympha  (Greek)
Bride
Nymphas  (Biblical)
Spouse; Bridegroom
Rona  (Scottish)
Of Uncertain Derivation, Rona Can Be a Feminine Form of Ronald (Wise Ruler, Powerful Ruler) or a Borrowing of the Name of a Hebridean Island. Variations: Rhona. (Ro-nah)
Shahnaaz  (Muslim)
Variant of Shahnaz: Bride. Pride of a King
Shahnaz  (Muslim)
Bride. Pride of a King
Zuleika  (Persian)
Brilliant Beauty. Famous Bearer: the Heroine in Byron's Poem 'The Bride of Abydos'

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