Kaëlig meaning and origin

Origin: Celtic
Meaning: Celtic Tribe, The Gaels and About 500 Bc Before Our Era
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Kaëlig's meaning is Celtic Tribe, The Gaels, Who Invaded the British Isles and Settled In Wales or About 500 Bc Before Our Era has origin in Celtic. It is celebrated on December 17th.

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Popularity of Kaëlig

Kaëlig is an uncommon baby name in still in use in France. As per our research, over 90 people has been named Kaëlig globally.

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