[ 2 syll. clo-dag(h), cl-oda-gh ] The baby girl name Clodagh is pronounced as KLOW-D-ah †. Clodagh is an English, Gaelic, and Irish name of Latin and Celtic origin. The first name is derived from the name of a river in County Tipperary, Ireland. It was first bestowed upon the daughter of the Marquis of Waterford in the early 20th century. In recent times, the name has been made known outside Ireland by the Irish singer Clodagh Rodgers (1947-), and by the fictional Sister Clodagh from the film Black Narcissus (1947) based on the novel by Rumer Godden, but it is still primarily Irish. It is also taken as an Irish form of Claudia.
Clodagh is a derivative of Claudia.
Both the origin and meaning of the name Clodagh is inherited by all variant forms.
Another variant of the name is the Irish contracted form Clo.
Clodagh is uncommon as a baby name for girls. It is not in the top 1000 names. Within the group of girl names directly related to Clodagh, Claudia was the most widely used in 2018.
Baby names that sound like Clodagh include Casild, Casyld, Casylde, Chulda, Clady, Claudette, Claudi, Claudie, Claudy, Cleta, Clodo, Clotho, Cloudee, Cloudey, Cloudi, Cloudie, Cloudy, Clydet, Clydete, and Clydett.
† Pronunciation for Clodagh: K as in "key (K.IY)" ; L as in "lay (L.EY)" ; OW as in "oak (OW.K)" ; D as in "day (D.EY)" ; AH as in "mud (M.AH.D)"
A famous person named Clodagh is Clodagh Rodgers, Singer, born 5 March 1947, Ballymena, County Antrim, Northern Ireland.