Origin of the name EITHNE.
Etymology of the
Meaning of the baby name EITHNE.
[pron. Ā'näh]. Gaelic. The variant form of Aoidhne
(q.v.), meaning "fire." Once a distinguished name, but now
disused. (History of Christian Names, Yonge, 1884).
Eithne Farry, a British author and book reviewer.
Eithne Fitzgerald, an Irish economist. (Wiki)
The day is waning eve-ward.
Starr'd with gold and costly stone, / Young Eithne, peerless partner of
King Niall's heart and throne, / In her gorgeous bridal chamber sitteth
musingly alone. ("The Dream of Eithne," Ballads of Ireland,
Hayes, v.2, 1857)