Fiona

Fiona meaning and origin

Gender: Unisex, both Boy and Girl
Origin: Old Irish, Latin and Celtic
Usage: English, Gujarati, German, Albanian, Scottish, Gaelic, Greenlandic, Finnish, Swedish, Danish and Norwegian
Pronunciation: \"pronunciation
Meaning: White and Fair
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Frequently Used Fiona principally is used in German, Norwegian, Swedish, Albanian, Scottish, Gujarati, English, Gaelic, Greenlandic, Danish and Finnish is originated from Latin, Old Irish and Celtic given to both genders, meaning of Fiona is "White or Fair". Fiona is Latin equivalent of Fionn. The name is celebrated on October 6th.

Variants of Fiona

Fenella, Fionnghuala, Fionnuala, Finna, Fína, Fionn, Finbar, Finn, Finnguala, Nola, Finnbarr, Fionnbharr, Fin, Fynn, Finnr

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Popularity of Fiona

Fiona was a popular name in United States. Over 27406 babies have been given the moniker in 74 years. At its zenith in 2017, 1672 girls were bestowed the name and it was ranked at 181st position. However after 74 years, the name is currently sliding down on the charts but still dominating the charts. Additionally, the first name has been in the top 500 baby names 20 times Also, a popular name in Ireland with over 13369 new-borns have been given the name since 1964. At the peak of its usage in 1971, 657 girls were bestowed the name and it was ranked at 4th position. Additionally, the given name has been in the top 5 baby names 2 times Also, Fiona was among the popular names in France. Since emerging in 1961 around 11194 babies have been given the first name. At its zenith in 1997, 698 girls were bestowed the name and it was ranked at 104th position. However the graph is now showing a downward trend after 56 years. In addition to that, the first name has been in the top 500 baby names 25 times

Fiona used to be a common name in England and Wales, first appeared in 1996 and over 2731 babies have been given the name in 23 years. At its zenith in 1996,. However the graph is now showing a downward trend after 23 years. Also, Fiona is a common name in Switzerland given to over 2708 babies in 21 years. At its zenith in 2007, it ranked 20th when 194 parents chose the moniker for their baby girls. Also, A common name in Belgium with over 1378 new-borns have been given the name since 1995. At the peak of its usage in 2004, 112 girls were bestowed the name and it was ranked at 85th position. Also, Fiona used to be a common name in New South Wales, first appeared in 1956 and over 7910 babies have been given the name in 31 years. When at the peak of its usage in 1969,. After 31 years of usage, the name has fallen out of the charts. Also, Fiona used to be a common name in Queensland, first appeared in 1960 and over 2857 babies have been given the name in 29 years. At the peak of its usage in 1977,. After 29 years of usage, the name has fallen out of the charts.

But Fiona is a popular baby name in England where every 1 in 700 have the name as well as in, Australia, Scotland, Burundi, Uganda, New Zealand, South Africa, Kenya, Canada, Rwanda and Northern Ireland. As per our research, over 350000 people has been named Fiona globally.

YearBoysGirls
RankBirthsRankBirths
20182221408
20171811672
20162111547
20152191492
20142041646
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Fiona in Nordic countries

CountriesMenWomen
First NameSecondary NameFirst NameSecondary Name
Netherlands051688563
Finland0001182

Here's what numbers has to say about Fiona

Don't live to work. Work to live. It's far better than righting wrongs that can't be undone or fixed. If your name ends up with the letter A, it means you are a creative fellow with a great wish to succeed in your career. When it comes to love, you are the jealous partner with a low self-confidence. Stop trying and focus on yourself only. You take calculated risks and take your ideas and the ideas of others seriously.

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  •  Aoife - Meaning of Aoife is Beauty or Radiant has origin in Celtic and Old Irish given to baby girls is used prevalently in Irish and English
  •  Donard - Offbeat Celtic Donard bestowed upon baby boys, meaning of Donard is "Brown Stranger, The Elements Dubno Meaning World and Great Chief" is used chiefly in English. Donard is resultant of Donald.
  •  Freddi - Unusual Freddi is used predominantly in Swedish and Danish, Freddi means "Power, Feminine Form of Fernando or Adventurous" and a unisex name is originated from Germanic and Celtic
  •  Kenna - Used majorly in Finnish and Norwegian illustrous, Kenna is of Celtic origin, Kenna means "Beautiful, Beautiful or Wealthy or Fire Born" is aimed at both genders
  •  Rionna - Queer girl name Rionna means "Queenly and Royal" is originated from Celtic. Rionna is resultant of Riona.
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Namesakes of Fiona

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