Siobhan Meaning and Origin

The girl’s name Siobhan is an Irish name meaning: “gracious Lord.” The name Siobhan is an anglicized form of the Irish name “Síobhán,” derived from the Gaelic language. It is a feminine name pronounced as “shi-VAWN” or “SHI-vawn” in English. Siobhan has its roots in the Irish name “Síbhéal,” which means “God is gracious” or “God’s grace.” The name is composed of two elements: “síth,” meaning “peace,” and “béal,” meaning “mouth.” Siobhan is a popular name in Ireland and is also occasionally used in other English-speaking countries. It gained some attention internationally due to its association with Irish culture and literature. Famous individuals with the name Siobhan include Siobhan Fahey, an Irish musician and founding member of the band Bananarama, and Siobhan McKenna, an Irish stage and screen actress.

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