Deirdre Huntley in the US

  1. #15,316,117 Deirdre Huber
  2. #15,316,118 Deirdre Hulsen
  3. #15,316,119 Deirdre Humer
  4. #15,316,120 Deirdre Humphries
  5. #15,316,121 Deirdre Huntley
  6. #15,316,122 Deirdre Hutson
  7. #15,316,123 Deirdre Hyde
  8. #15,316,124 Deirdre Hynes
  9. #15,316,125 Deirdre Imagire
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Meaning & Origins

Name borne in Celtic legend by a tragic heroine, sometimes referred to as ‘Deirdre of the Sorrows’. The story goes that she was betrothed to Conchobhar, King of Ulster, but instead eloped with her beloved Naoise. Eventually, however, the jilted king murdered Naoise and his brothers, and Deirdre herself died of a broken heart. She is sometimes taken as symbolic of the fate of Ireland under English rule, but this has not stopped her name being used by English parents with no Celtic blood in them. It became popular in Ireland and elsewhere in the Edwardian era, following retellings of the legend by both the poet W. B. Yeats (1907) and the playwright J. M. Synge (1910). The name itself is of uncertain derivation; the earliest Celtic forms are very variable.
1,332nd in the U.S.
English: habitational name from a place in Gloucestershire, so named from Old English hunta ‘hunter’ (perhaps a byname (see Hunt) + lēah ‘wood’, ‘clearing’).
2,700th in the U.S.

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