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Caoimhe (Irish pronunciation: [ˈciːvʲə]), anglicised Kiva, or in Northern Ireland Keeva (both pronounced /ˈkwvə/ or /ˈkvə/ K(W)EE-və), is an Irish feminine given name derived from Irish Irish caomh (Old Irish cóem) "dear; noble",[1] from the same root as the masculine name Caoimhín (Kevin).

As of 2014, it was ranked 19th most popular name among female births in Ireland.[2]

Famous Caoimhes[edit]

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