Aoibhinn meaning and origin
Famous girl name Aoibhinn came from Celtic and Old Irish, Aoibhinn means "Beauty" is used in Irish language. Aoibhinn is form of new and trendy Aoibheann. Aoibheann means Beauty and Fair Radiance Beautiful Sheen is mainly used in Irish and Gaelic has its origin in Old Irish and Celtic.
Variants of Aoibhinn
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Popularity of Aoibhinn
Aoibhinn was a common name in Ireland. Over 1607 babies have been named Aoibhinn since 1982. When at the peak of its usage in 2012,. However the graph is now showing a downward trend after 37 years. Aoibhinn is an uncommon baby name in England and Wales where it is still in use. At least, 1000 people globally have been given the name as per our findings.
Numerological analysis of Aoibhinn
You are always direct because you hate to argue with people when it comes to misunderstandings. You are dominant when it comes to relationships. You don't brag with your success and tend to keep a low profile. Details matter to you, especially when it comes to choosing your love partner. Stop being so kind and show people their place in your life. You believe that nothing is impossible until your heart beats.
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Namesakes of Aoibhinn
- Aoibhinn Grimes, former field hockey forward from Canada
- Aoibhinn Ní Shúilleabháin, Irish academic and broadcaster