What does Fiona mean?
Latinate form of the Gaelic word "fionn". First used by James Macpherson (18th century), author of the Ossianic poems. It was later used by English author William Sharp under the pen-name Fiona Macleod for his romantic novels in the early 20th century. American musician Fiona Apple.
Related girl name: Fiora.Kreatif forms:
(female) Fena, Fioda, ..
(male) Fioan, Fionio, ..
How popular is Fiona?
Fiona is a very popular first name for females (#1927 out of 4276, Top 45%) but a rare surname for all people. (2000 U.S. Census)
Presented below is the birth name history of Fiona for girls. Fiona was first listed in 1960-1969 and reached its top rank of #197 in the U.S. in the year 2013, and is currently at #204. (Top 2000 Names, 2014)
Fiona▲ is pronounced similarly to Faina, Fania, Fanni, Fannia, Fanny▼, Fanya, Fauna, Faunia, Fawna, Fawnia, Fawnya, Fenia, Fenya and Fina. Other recommended names are Anona, Arona, Bina, Briona, Ciana, Cliona, Deona, Diana▼, Digna, Dina▼, Diona, Dionna, Fiala, Fima, Finola, Fionola, Flora▼, Fronia, Giana▲, Gina▼, Ginna, Idona, Jiana, Jina, Jinna, Kina, Kiona, Kionna, Leona▼, Liana▲, Lina, Lona▼, Minna▼, Mirna, Mona▼, Nina, Oona, Rhona, Riana, Riona, Rona, Shiona, Shona, Siana, Siena▲, Signa, Simona, Sina, Teona, Tiona, Tionna, Tona, Viana, Viona, Virna, Wilona, Wina, Winona▼, Yona, Zina and Zona▼. These names tend to be less commonly used than Fiona.