What does Fabiola mean?
Fabiola [fabi-o-la] as a girls' name is pronounced fah-bee-OH-lah. It is of Latin origin, and the meaning of Fabiola is "bean". Feminine diminutive of Fabian, from the Roman family name Fabius (see Fabia). May also be derived from a Latin phrase meaning "pinkish red flecked flower". Saint Fabiola was a fourth-century Italian who founded the first hospital for sick and needy pilgrims. Queen Fabiola of Belgium was a Spanish princess.
Fabiola has 1 variant: Faviola.Creative forms:
(female) Fabioma, Fabiora, ..
(male) Fabile, Fabira, .. Middle name pairings:
Fabiola Kiley (F.K.), ..
How popular is Fabiola?
Fabiola is a very prominent first name for women (#1418 out of 4276, Top 33%) but an unusual surname for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Census)
Displayed below is the birth name popularity of Fabiola for girls. Fabiola entered the list in 1970-1979 and reached its highest rank of #668 in the U.S. in 1995, and is at #1982 currently. (2015 Birth Statistics)
Which version is better?with its variant form and related girl names. Below is a charted study of the popularity of Fabiola and affiliated names. The only other prominent varying form of Fabiola (#1982 in recent rankings) ranked in the Top 2000 is Faviola. Adoption of these relations of Fabiola was at its most widespread 20 years ago and has become much diminished since.
Similar NamesSuggested similar names are Abiela, Abila, Baila, Bazilla, Caihla, Caila, Camila▲, Camilla▲, Carola, Carrola, Cybilla, Dalila, Daniela, Danila, Fabricia, Fabriqua, Fabrizia, Fadia, Fadila, Fadora, Faida, Faina, Falicia, Falisha, Fania, Farica, Faricka (see Farica), Farina, Fatima▲, Fazila, Fedila, Ffiona, Fiala, Fila, Finola, Fiona▲, Fionola, Fiora, Gabriela, Gabrila (see Gabrielle), Gaila, Galila, Jamila, Jamilla, Kaila▼, Kalila, Kamila▲, Kamilla, Labella, Laila▲, Mariela▼, Marilla, Nabeela, Nabila, Nacola (see Nicola), Naila, Oriola, Palila, Pamilla, Paola▼, Radilla, Raziela, Sabella, Sabilla, Sabylla, Sibilla, Sybilla, Viola▼ and Yabella. These names tend to be less frequently used than Fabiola.