Naoise was a hunter, singer, and warrior in Irish myths. It is the anglicized form of the Old Irish name Naoise. The meaning of Naoise is 'champion' or 'leader'. It is often associated with the Irish legend of Deirdre and the Sons of Uisneach. Naoise was the name of one of the three sons of Uisneach in the Irish legend of Deirdre. The three brothers, Naoise, Ainnle, and Ardan, were the sons of Uisneach and Deirdre's foster father, Finnchad. They were also the grandsons of Conchobar mac Nessa, the king of Ulster. This name is gender neutral and is commonly used for both males and females.
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N-A-O-I-S-E , is a 6-letter neutral given name.