Shoulder / Lamb
Region of origin
Ireland, Irish diaspora
Nuala is an Irish female given name, derived from Irish mythology - being either a diminutive form of Fionnuala ("fair shoulder"), the daughter of Lir, or an alternate name for Úna (perhaps meaning "lamb"), wife of Finnbheara, king of the fairies.
Modern people of this name include:
Nuala Ahern (born 1949), Irish politician,
Nuala Archer (born 1955), Irish American poet,
Nuala Carey, Irish weather presenter,
Nuala Fennell (1935-2009), Irish economist and politician,
Nuala Hafner (born 1976), Australian media personality,
Nuala Holloway, Irish artist, model and actress,
Nuala Kelly, contributor to Nighthawks (TV series),
Nuala McKeever, Northern Ireland comic actress,
Nuala Ní Chonchúir (born 1970), Irish writer and poet,
Nuala Ní Conchobair (died 1226), Queen of Ulaid,
Nuala Ní Dhomhnaill (born 1952), Irish poet,
Nuala O'Faolain (1940-2008), Irish journalist and author,
Nuala O'Loan DBE, Northern Irebland public figure,
Nuala Woulfe, Irish writer,
Nuala Anne McGrail, fictional character created by Andrew M. Greeley.
Nuala Anne McGrail series, featuring the above.,
Nuala, character in the comic book series, The Sandman.
Princess Nuala, character in Hellboy II: The Golden Army, played by Anna Walton.,
Nuala Magee, character in the James Moloney novel Touch Me.,
Nuala Windsor, character in Stanley Kubrick's film Eyes Wide Shut.,
Nuala, character in Ballad by Maggie Stiefvater.,
Nuala O'Fathartaigh, Legendary Australian Rock and Roll ArtistFenella (disambiguation) (also derived from Finnguala),
Nuala, the selkie woman in the movie The Secret of Roan Inish played by Susan Lynch,
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