User comments for Naoise

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Only ever seen this used as a little girl's name.
-- Gianna  6/21/2006
It does sound and look feminine to me.
-- Anonymous User  10/10/2006
Upon first seeing this name I belived it to be a girls name. I now know it isn't, but I think it should be.
-- Anonymous User  2/11/2007
Yeah, it sounds feminine to me.
-- xKatiex  3/24/2007
This is used as a form of Noah, so I'd say yes, it's masculine.
-- Aqua  5/6/2007
I know I beautiful girl called Naoise. It don't think it sounds anything like masculine.
-- Anonymous User  10/19/2007
As feminine as it sounds, it is definitely a masculine name, as Naoise (as is said) was the lover of Deirdre. If I remember rightly he was described as having long raven black hair, snow-white skin and blood-red cheeks (a desirable appearance apparently).
-- Clodagh  10/27/2007
DEFINITELY a male name. And only given to girls by people who do not fully know or understand the name. Would be like calling a girl John.
-- Anonymous User  12/3/2008
I hate to see girls with this name. It shows no effort on the parent's part. They clearly just like the sound and don't care what it means!
-- clairabella  1/29/2009
Naoise is pronounced NEE-shə.
-- Anonymous User  11/29/2009
I looked this name up to find out how to pronounce it. It's actually quite nice sounding, but I also think it would sound fine if it was pronounced how it is written: Nay-oi-z.
-- Daroga  4/25/2010
I only know girls by the name of Naoise. Please add that it is also a girl's name.
-- Anonymous User  5/21/2010
I always thought this was a girls name, I only just realised that was wrong.
-- Anonymous User  6/2/2010
I know a girl called Naoise. No one spells it correct.
-- SunnyHoney  6/25/2010
I personally think it's a great Irish name. Its spelling is foreign to an English speaker but well worth the trouble in return for having such a beautiful name.
-- IrishKisses  9/11/2010
I love this name and will forever treasure this name as nearly three years ago a girl in my class with this name tragically died while getting a bone marrow transplant. I love the name and more so I loved her. If you have this name I treasure you and your name. If you don't like this name I can't understand you. I plan to name a daughter I have Melanie-Rose Naoise in memory of her and because I absolutely love the name.
-- dizzydoll  12/29/2011
Wwwwwweeeeeelll then, some of you think very fondly of the name and others of you think I may as well have been called John. I came across this site looking for the meaning of the name. I am well aware of the (very feminine sounding legend) although I understand he was male, but c'mon, long dark hair and fair skin with rosy cheeks?... manly my mother done her research well and I'm not sure if everyone knows this but my name is pronounced neesha. The legend is clearly just that- a legend. I love Irish mythology as I live and grew up in Ireland. I am not ignorant and neither is my mother of the fact that this name started off male, but so did Tracy... and how many men do you know called Tiffany nowadays? Just because it was once a males name does not mean people are obliged to only use it as such. If you are on this site for baby names I must say I get a good reaction when people ask my name. To be honest when I tell people it's a male's name they usually think I'm joking. But then again, maybe my mother should have called me John.
-- a disgruntled naoise  8/21/2015
For years and years and years John placed in the Top 1000 baby names for girls in the United States. Anyway to me Naoise sounds French and somewhat upper class. I view it as a feminine name.
-- Kidwins9  10/20/2015

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