Meaning : Bright-headed,
Origin : Irish,
Pronunciation : KEL-akh ,
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Numerology information Ceallach:
- Name Number: 9. Meaning: Divine, God, Goodness, Truth, Unconditional love, Gift, Free will, Ideal, Whole, Endless
Additional information Ceallach:
- Gaelic Meaning: The name Ceallach is a Gaelic baby name. In Gaelic the meaning of the name Ceallach is: warrior.
- Irish Meaning: The name Ceallach is an Irish baby name. In Irish the meaning of the name Ceallach is: War; strife.
- Irish name of uncertain origin, traditionally said to mean "bright-headed". Alternatively it could be derived from Old Irish ceallach "war, strife" or ceall "church".
Expression information Ceallach:
- People with this name tend to be passionate, compassionate, intuitive, romantic, and to have magnetic personalities. They are usually humanitarian, broadminded and generous, and tend to follow professions where they can serve humanity. Because they are so affectionate and giving, they may be imposed on. They are romantic and easily fall in love, but may be easily hurt and are sometimes quick-tempered.
Soul information Ceallach:
- People with this name have a deep inner need for quiet, and a desire to understand and analyze the world they live in, and to learn the deeper truths.
Books about Ceallach:
- Ceallach: High Kings: Volume 1 - Apr 7, 2012 by Dennis Seberger
- The Scarlet Bastards: The Cardinal of Gleann Ceallach - Dec 12, 2014 by Sean MacUisdin
- The Cardinal of Gleann Ceallach: The Scarlet Bastards (Volume 2) - Dec 13, 2014 by Mr Sean Pol MacUisdin
- Thrill Me (Fool's Gold) - Jul 28, 2015 by Susan Mallery
- Eitic - 1953 by Briain O Ceallach
- The Price of Freedom (The Scottish Crown Series, Book 2) - May 4, 2003 by Carol Umberger
- The Mark of Salvation (The Scottish Crown Series, Book 3) - Oct 14, 2003 by Carol Umberger
- The Promise of Peace (The Scottish Crown Series, Book 4) - Sep 5, 2004 by Carol Umberger
- Les damnÃƒÂ©s du Ceallach - by Yoran Embanner
- Hidden Dragons (Hidden series) - Jun 27, 2013 by Emma Holly
Wiki information Ceallach:
- Ceallach Spellman
- Presenter, TV Personality, Topic, Person
Ceallach "Cel" Spellman is an English actor, known for playing Malky McConnell in the BBC Two mockumentary The Cup, and Harry Fisher in the BBC One drama Waterloo Road from 2010 to 2011. In May 2011, Spellman started presenting Friday Download on...
- John Ceallach
- Actor, Author, Topic, TV Actor, Film actor, Person
John Ceallach is an actor, film producer and screenwriter.
- Cellach of Armagh
- Deceased Person, Person
Cellach of Armagh or Celsus or Celestinus was Archbishop of Armagh and an important contributor to the reform of the Irish church in the twelfth century. He is venerated in the Roman Catholic Church as Saint Cellach. Though a member of the laicized...
- Ceallach mac Guaire
- Person, Deceased Person
Ceallach mac Guaire was King of Uí Fiachrach Aidhne. Ceallach was a son of the previous king, but reigned for only two years. In 664 "A great mortality prevailed in Ireland ... called the Buidhe Connail" and in 666 "A great plague raged" which killed...
- Ceallach ua Maílcorgus
Ceallach ua Maílcorgus, Chief Poet of Connacht. The Annals of the Four Masters record his death under the year 999. No surviving poems by him are known.
- Flannagan mac Ceallach
Flannagan mac Ceallach, Irish poet, fl. 879. Flannagan appears to be known almost exclusively from three verses of a poem he composed upon the death of King Áed Findliath in 879. It is preserved in that year's entry in the Annals of the Four...
- Ceallach mac Domhnall O Cellaigh
- Monarch, Noble person, Person, Deceased Person
- Feardorcha mac Ceallach O Cellaigh
- Person, Noble person, Deceased Person, Monarch
- Seán Óg Ó Ceallacháin
- Journalist, Person, Deceased Person
Seán Óg Ó Ceallacháin was a journalist, author and broadcaster and former Gaelic footballer and hurler with Dublin and Eoghan Ruadh. He was born in Newcastlewest, County Limerick, and grew up in Fairview, County Dublin where he attended a Gaelscoil....