Fiona

Colors Related to this Name: Red

Qualities Related to this Name: Compassionate, Idealistic

Popularity: This is a very popular name in the US. Ranking #197 in 2013 and #204 in 2014.

Famous People

Fiona (Movie Actress,TV Actress), Fiona Apple (Singer), Fiona Dourif (Movie Actress,TV Actress), Fiona Gubelmann (Movie Actress,TV Actress), Fiona Hogan (Movie Actress), Fiona Hutchison (TV Actress), Fiona Hale (Movie Actress,TV Actress), Fiona Zedde (Writer)

Meaning

In English

Origin: From Irish fionn ‎(“fair, white”). In use before 1713.[1] Popularized by James Macpherson (see 1765 quotation), and perhaps by the 19th-century Scottish writer William Sharp, who chose “Fiona Macleod” as his pen name.

Meaning(s):

-( female name -comes from the Scottish Gaelic language-), in regular use since the 20th century, first in Scotland, then in England.

In French

Meaning(s):

-( female name) of (cel-gae) origin, popular in the 1990s and the 2000s.

In German

Meaning(s):

-( female name) of (cel-gae) origin, popular in the 1990s and the 2000s.

In Finnish

Meaning(s):

-( female name).