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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.
-- Ailis  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

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