Fiona meaning, origin, history | Meaning of name

Name: Fiona No. of characters: 5 Gender: GirlOrigin: Old Irish Scottish English
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Meanings: White Fair Pale Blond Beautiful Hero Vine Pale or Fair English name of Celtic origin, meaning: the White, Blonde). In Germany in the late 20th century increasingly popular.

Fiona was ranked 849 and came to ranking only once in list of US male names in 2004. Fiona was ranked 204 in 2016 US female names list and elevated by 5.12% from its previous ranking of 215 in 2015. First name derived from Foy. Comes from the Latin "fides" means "faith" in celebration October 6.. Good living,Fionaexude good humor and health. Intelligent and curious,Fionaare interested in everything. These are real actresses capable of all the tricks to get their way. Fiona are capricious, but know to be forgiven. Fiona can not stand hypocrisy and are rather spiteful ifFionafeel betrayed.

Full form of Fiona : Fashionable Imaginative Objective Naive Accomodating

Fiona is a very consistent name over the past 18 years.

Fiona was a rare first name for a boy but is a very very popular first name for a girl which is popular since 2016 and ranked 204 in 2016 in United States. Around 24326 people wear Fiona as their first name. 0.006730% of people in US have this given name.

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Christian girl of twelve, Foy was martyred in Agen, in the fourth century, with several of his companions during the persecutions of Diocletian. His worship is very important in France, Spain and throughout Christendom from the ninth century. A city in South America bears his name: Santa Fe.

Expression number of Fiona is 9.

Fiona are idealistic who embrace the principles of compassion and forgiveness. Fiona are visionary who is wiling to make a better world and have the ability to influence masses. Fiona are also creative and imaginative that gives them an artistic talent.

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Fiona Namesakes Comments :Fiona is a proper name English and Scottish women. The name comes from Fiona the Ossian seals of Scottish author James Macpherson. It was made ​​by the pen name Fiona Macleod. Other names that have been made ​​popular by the Ossian seals are Selma (actually the name of a castle) and Oskar. It is believed that the name is a Latinized form of the Irish word , Fionn, meaning something "white," "fair," "fair". Name Fiona is also sometimes used in the form of anglicised derivative of the original form of the Irish name Fiona. Variants of the name are Fionn, Fionnula, Fionnghuala (Irish). - Geoffrey Borman
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