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What does Fiora mean?

Fiora Pronunciation of Fiora as a girls' name is pronounced fee-OR-ah. It is of Gaelic origin. A variant of Fiona, created by A. E. Maxwell for a lead character in the "Fiddler" series of mystery novels. Also form of Flora.


ASSOCIATED WITH gaelic, novels (literary)


RELATED FORMS VIA FIONA Ffion, Ffiona, Ffyona, Fione, Fionna, Fyona

(female) Fira, ..

(male) Fiofal, ..

Fiora Katalina (F.K.), ..

How popular is Fiora?

Fiora is an unusual first name for females and an equally uncommon last name for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. DEMOGRAPHICS)

Which version is better?

Popular related forms of Fiora (OUTSIDE TOP 2000) listed in the Top 2000 are Fiona (#222 FROM RECENT DATA) and Flora (#1052). Other forms, like Fione, are uncommon. These forms of Fiora were favored 138 years ago (AVERAGE #1037) and are now significantly less widespread (#637, DOWN 69.4%), with the form Flora becoming less fashionable. Fiona is the most chic girl name here. (2018 BIRTH STATISTICS)

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Fiona, Flora in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Fiona outside U.S.

Similar Names

Fiora is alike in pronunciation to Fara, Farah, Farra, Farrah and Fiori. Other recommended sound-alike names are Amora, Anora, Azora, Bora, Ciara, Ciera, Cira, Clora, Cora, Deora, Dinora, Dora, Drora, Eidra, Eigra, Eira, Elora, Enora, Fabra (see Fabia), Fadora, Fedora, Fedra, Ffiona, Fiala, Fila, Filia, Fima, Fina, Finola, Fione, Fionna, Fiore, Flor, Flora, Flore, Flori, Floria, Flory, Fyona, Glora, Kiara, Kiera, Kira, Kirra, Kitra, Kora, Leora, Liora, Lira, Lora, Mira, Mirra, Mitra, Mora, Nira, Noora, Nora, Onora, Rora, Siara, Sidra, Siera, Thora, Tiara, Tiera, Timora, Tora, Uira, Zipora and Zora. These names tend to be more frequently used than Fiora.