The name Gormlaith is of Irish origin. The meaning of Gormlaith is 'illustrious lady or blue princess', and it is commonly used as a girls name. The first Gormlaith recorded was that of Lady Gormlaith in 1014. She was the legendary Queen of Danes, in Ireland. First married to the Viking leader of Dublin, she went on to marry the King of Ulster, and finally the King of Ireland, Brian Boru. So, the name is often auxiliary to royalty. People with this name are believed to be classy, mature, complex, upper class, and formal. The other historically significant name is Gormlaith Ingen Flann Mac Conaing, the Queen of Tara in 870. In the fictional world, there is a character named Gormlaith Golden Hilt, who is a Nord Queen in the game, 'The Elder Scrolls', who helps to defeat dragons. In the 'Harry Potter' series by J.K. Rowling, Gormlaith Gaunt is an Irish character, the aunt of Isolt Sayre, who was the founder of the Ilvermorny School of Witchcraft.