If you're searching for an enchanting name inspired by Irish mythology, you can consider Elatha. In Irish mythology, Elatha was the father of Bres by Tuatha Dé Danann and a king of the Fomorians. The meaning of Elatha is 'art; knowledge'. The contemporary Irish spelling of the name Elatha is 'Ealadha'. Elatha is pronounced ihLEY-THAH. Its origin is Hebrew and Irish and it is a form of the name 'Elath'. This name invokes contribution, eagerness, and idealism. This name is extremely popular in Ireland and Israel. Elatha is described as the beautiful Miltonic prince with golden hair in the Canterbury Tales. Elatha is also the name of the Moon-god in Irish mythology. Elatha is also a famous character in T. W. Rolleston's book named Myths and Legends of the Celtic Race. Elatha is called 'a wolf of division and glory of weapons' in the book Lebor Gabála Érenn.