Úna

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Úna is an Irish language feminine given name. It may be derived from the Irish word uan (lamb).[1] Alternative spellings are Oona and Oonagh. The Scottish Gaelic form is Ùna.

People with the name[edit]

  • Úna Ní Conchobair (died 1310)
  • Úna ingen rí Lochlan (died 1364)
  • Úna Ní Choncobhair (died 1395)
  • Úna Ní Conchobair (died 1402)
  • Úna Ní Néill]] (died 1417)
  • Úna Níc Uidhir (died 1427)
  • Úna Ní Raghailligh (died 1433)
  • Úna Ní Conchobair Duinn (died 1436)
  • Úna Níc Uidhir (died 1458)
  • Úna Ní Neill (died 1465)
  • Úna Ní Raighilligh (died 1487)
  • Úna Ní Samradhain (died 1505)
  • Úna ingen Aédha Caeích Ui Néill (died 1530)
  • Úna Níc an Baird (died 1530)
  • Úna Ní Diarmada (died 1540)
  • Úna Níc Briain Aradh (died 1589)
  • Úna Claffey, (born 1920), Irish political commentator
  • Úna O'Connor (born 1938), Irish sportsperson
  • Una O'Connor (1880-1959), Irish actress
  • Una O'Keefe (born 1954) widow of Harry Nilsson
  • Úna O'Donoghue (born 1981), Irish sportsperson
  • Úna MacLochlainn (born 1987), Irish singer-songwriter
  • Una Healy (born 1981), Irish singer-songwriter and member of the girlgroup The Saturdays
  • Una Merkel (1903-1986), American actress
  • Una Raymond-Hoey (born 1996), Irish cricketer

Oonagh

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Behind the Name: Úna