It also means Lamb
From the Old Irish úan, meaning “lamb”. According to Irish legends, Úna was the daughter of a king of Lochlainn. It was a very popular Irish baby girl name throughout the middle ages. Alternate spellings: Oona, Oonagh.
Una Name also appears in following Origin(s): Gaelic, Celtic, Welsh, Gaelic, Native American, English
Baby girl name meaning Lamb in Irish. Una also named in American, Celtic, Greek, Jamaican, Latin for girl . We have received lots of suggestion from our website users on baby names. We are thankful for all the contribution on meaning of girl name Una. What does the name Una mean in other origin if you know then please suggest. Further suggestion or detail on what is the meaning of name Una. History of name and famous personality with Una will help to update our database and other website users.
was an Australian soprano, mainly known in Australia and the UK.Una Hale was born in Adelaide, South Australia and came to Britain in 1946 to study at the Royal College of Music. She appeared with the Carl Rosa Opera Company from 1949 to 1954, playing many leading roles, such as Violetta in La Traviata Micaela Carmen and Marguerite in "Faust". In 1954 she was engaged by the Covent Garden Opera Company as a Principal Soprano, where she sang all the major Lyric Soprano roles, being especially noted for her portrayals of Ellen Orford (Peter Grimes), Eva (Die Meistersinger) The Marschallin (Der Rosenkavalier), and Lieu (Turandot)
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