Nuala

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Nuala
Gender Female
Origin
Word/name Old Irish
Meaning Shoulder, lamb
Region of origin Ireland, Irish diaspora
Other names
Related names Úna, Fionnuala

Nuala (/ˈnlə/; Irish: [ˈn̪ˠuəl̪ˠə]) is an Irish female given name, derived from Irish mythology - being either a diminutive form of Fionnuala ("fair shoulder"), the daughter of Lir, or an alternate name for Úna (perhaps meaning "lamb"), wife of Finvarra, king of the fairies.

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