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The name Erin [ er-in ][1] is an Irish and English female name. It comes from the ancient name for Ireland. Erin is a name that has been utilized for both male and female individuals, although it is more frequently assigned to females. The name has its origins in Ireland and is derived from the Gaelic term "Éirinn," which means "Ireland." Erin has been in use for centuries and has a profound historical and cultural significance.[2] The name first became popular around the United States. Erin is one of the twenty most-often used female names in Wales. There are many famous people with this name. It is being used on Atlantic tropical cyclones.

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  1. "Definition of Erin |". Retrieved 2023-04-06.
  2. "Erin name Meaning and Origin". Retrieved 2023-04-06.