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Eithne (earlier Ethniu, Ethliu, Ethlinn and a variety of other spellings - see below) is a popular Irish female name meaning 'little fire' and is borne by a variety of historical and legendary figures, including: Contents 1 Medieval 2 Modern 3 See also 4 References Medieval Ethniu, daughter of Balor and mother of Lug in Irish mythology Eithne, daughter of the king of Alba, wife of the High King Fiacha Finnfolaidh and mother of Tuathal Teachtmhar Eithne, the mother of Saint Columba Eithne and Sodelb, Leinster saints Modern Enya (Eithne Ní Bhraonáin), musician Eithne Farry, former literary editor of Elle Eithne Fitzgerald, Irish economist and former Labour Party politician. LÉ Eithne (P31), a ship in the Irish Naval Service Eithne Walls, a physician and former dancer, who danced with the popular Riverdance group on Broadway, died on the Air France Flight 447 crash on June 1, 2009. Other spellings and earlier forms include: Ethnea, Ethlend, Ethnen, Ethlenn, Ethnenn, Eithene, Ethne, Aithne, Enya, Áine (sometimes a separate name), Ena, Etney, Eithnenn, Eithlenn, Eithna, Ethni, Edlend, Edlenn. Eithne is considered by some sources to be the feminine cognate of the name Aidan.[1] See also List of Irish-language given names References ^ Macleod, Iseabail and Freedman, Terry: The Wordsworth Dictionary of First Names, Wordsworth Editions, 1995, ISBN 1853263664, p.74. This page or section lists people that share the same given name. If an internal link led you here, you may wish to change that link to point directly to the intended article.