Top 10 Fairy Love Angel  famous Names

1 - Aoife

Aoife, the King of Lir's second wife, was Eva's sister. Eva had four children with the monarch but died soon after the fourth. For his three boys, the lonely Lir needed a mother figure, and Aoife met the bill. According to legend, Aoife was magical.

2 – Angu

The Celtic deity of youth and beauty was Tuatha de Danann member Angus mac Og (sometimes written Aengus or Aenghus). Many depictions show him with birds fluttering around his head. Legend has it that Angus, the son of the Dagda and Boann, resided near Newgrange on the Boyne.

3 – Bran

Bran the Blessed, the Celtic God of Health, was the brother of Branwen, the Goddess of Love and Beauty, and the son of Lyr, the Welsh Sea God. His name means ‘crow’ or ‘raven,’ and he occurs in Welsh mythology's Mabinogion.

4 – Brighid

There are numerous spellings for the name, including anglicized "Bridget." Although most people know it as Saint Brigid of Kildare, it is also the name of a prominent Celtic deity. This ancient Tuatha De Danann deity became a Sidhe.

5 - Dana

Dana was the Tuatha De Danann's female leader and a renowned Irish deity. She is called ‘Danu’ or ‘Don’ in Wales. Wisdom, knowledge, prosperity, plenty, and instructor are its meanings. 

6 – Diana

Diana was the Roman hunter, moon, and birth goddess. It resembles the Latin terms dius (daylight) and dium (sky). She is linked to wild creatures, forests, and wildness.

7 - Diarmuid

Diarmuid Ua Duibhne has supernatural powers despite not being a fairy! He was one of the most famous Fianna in Irish mythology's stunning Fenian Cycle and the son of Donn, the God of the Dead. Legend has it that Aenghus Og, the God of Love, protected and raised Diarmuid.

8 - Morgan

Morgana, or Morgan Le Fay, is crucial to King Arthur and Camelot's magic. This Arthurian enchantress should not be confused with Morrigan, the Celtic Goddess. Some researchers feel the two are related.

9 - Oisin

Oisin, son of Fionn mac Cumhaill, is the subject of a classic Irish folktale. Oisin's mother was a Tuatha De Danann fairy Sidhe. Oisin was hunting in the woodland when Niamh with the Golden Hair, a lovely fairy, approached him.

10 - Rhiannon

The Medieval Welsh Mabinogi centers on Rhiannon, the Celtic deity. Her inspiration may be an early Celtic divinity who was part of the Fairy Queen. She occurs in the First and Third Mabinogi Branches.

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