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In Connacht Irish (Gaelic) the name is pronounced "Sow". For some mysterious reason, this pronunciation hasn't caught on among English speakers.
Kosta  2/7/2005
This is sometimes used as an Irish version of Sophia/Sophie.
Aqua  5/1/2007
There are no words for how gorgeous this name is. And no, it doesn't mean sow like the user commented above. In fact, I like it so much I would use it in America or Great Britain; I don't care if she'll have to spell it all of her life, in the end it would be all worth it, and eventually she would realize that to.
― Anonymous User  12/14/2008
If you will read my comment again you will see that I didn't say it MEANT sow. I said it was PRONOUNCED "sow" in the Irish language as pronounced in Connacht. (Other dialects pronounce it "siev" (rhymes with "dive").)
Kosta  1/12/2009
Sadhbh is an old Irish (Gaelic) name, meaning wisdom.
― Anonymous User  9/22/2009
Sadhbh isn't a variant of Sadb - it's the Modern Irish form. [noted -ed]
― Anonymous User  10/14/2009
My name is Sadhbh, I'm Irish and it's as common as MUCK! And to make things even worse my surname is common.
― Anonymous User  7/3/2012
LMS  5/16/2016

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