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No offense, but it reminds me of gormless and cornflakes, even though it's probably not pronounced that way.
Hushpuppy  3/29/2019
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Pronunciation: http://forvo.com/search/Gormlaith/
LMS  5/16/2016
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Could also mean blue princess. Gorm is the Gaelic word for blue. [noted -ed]
jbr1234  3/14/2013
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Can also be spelt Gormfhlaith.
― Anonymous User  10/7/2009
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This is a lovely name and sounds really mystical. :)
walesgal92  10/3/2009
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The meaning is very pretty, and very fitting of Gormlaith herself. Just I think the first syllable is extremely ugly. I can't get past the "GORM" sound.
― Anonymous User  3/20/2009
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I found that the name is either pronounced (GUR-um-la); (GOORM-la); or (GORM-lah).
― Anonymous User  11/1/2008
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She was indeed a wife of Brian Boru, but not a loving wife as some might assume. Maybe at a time, but who knows. You might put 'ex-wife and enemy' in stead of 'wife'.
Luguberos  2/15/2006

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