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Meaning of the Name Columba

The first name Columba is of Latin, Irish origin. It is often a boy or girl name. It has the following meaning(s):

Latin: Dove. Famous Bearer, Th Century Irish Abbot and Missionary St Columba Converted the Inhabitants of Scotland and Northern England to Christianity
Irish: Variant of Colm: Dove
Latin: Dove

Similar Names

Cilombo | Columbo | Columbia |

Related Names

Cailean  (Gaelic)
Dove; a Gaelic Form of the Late Latin Columba. The Name Was Borne by St. Columba (521-97), Who Was an Irish Missionary of Great Influence in Both Ireland and Scotland. He Founded Several Monastery Sch
Callum  (Gaelic)
Dove. Can Also Be a Variant of Malcolm: 'servant/Disciple of Columba'
Callum  (Irish)
Variant of Columba, a Latin Name Meaning Dove
Calum  (Gaelic)
Dove. Can Also Be a Variant of Malcolm: 'servant/Disciple of Saint Columba'
Calum  (Irish)
Variant of Columba, a Latin Name Meaning Dove
Colm  (Gaelic)
Servant of Saint Columba
Colm  (Irish)
Variant of Columba, a Latin Name Meaning Dove
Colum  (Irish)
Variant of Columba, a Latin Name Meaning Dove
Columbanus  (Gaelic)
Dove
Columbina  (Latin)
Feminine Form of Columba: Dove. Famous Bearer: Th Century Irish Abbot and Missionary St Columba Converted the Inhabitants of Scotland and Northern England to Christianity
Columbine  (Latin)
Feminine Form of Columba: Dove. Famous Bearer: Th Century Irish Abbot and Missionary St Columba Converted the Inhabitants of Scotland and Northern England to Christianity
Maklolm  (Swedish)
Swedish Form of Makolm 'serves Saint Columba'
Makolm  (Scottish)
Follower of Saint Columba
Malcolm  (Celtic)
Servant of Saint Columba
Malcolm  (Gaelic)
Servant/Disciple of Columba. Famous Bearers: Conductor Sir Malcolm Sargent and U.S. Black Militant Malcolm X (Malcolm Little)
Malcolm  (Celtic)
Servant of Columba, Liberal, Cultured, Sparkling
Malcolm  (Scottish)
Of Royal Blood, Servant of St. Columba; Derived from the Gaelic Maolcolm (Servant of St. Columba). St. Columba (521-97) Was an Irish Missionary Who Played a Major Role in Converting Scotland and North
Malcolmina  (English)
A Servant of St. Columba; a Feminine Form of Malcolm. Variation: Malina. (Mal-ko-mee-nah)
Mealcoluim  (Scottish)
Follower of Saint Columba

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