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Origin: Moldova, Republic of
Region Origin: Eastern Europe

Fiona is a feminine given name with an Irish and Gaelic pedigree, meaning "white," "fair," or "pale". It originates from the Gaelic word "fionn" and is related to the Irish girl name Fíona. The name gained popularity in the 19th century when it was possibly coined by Scottish poet James MacPherson. Fiona has been a well-known Irish female name since then and has gained popularity in England and the United States. The name Fiona has a beautiful meaning, symbolizing "white" or "fair". It is associated with Gaelic traditions of Ireland and Scotland, and it is believed to have been created by Scottish poet James MacPherson in the 18th century. Fiona has become popular in various forms, such as the Latinized form of the Gaelic word "fionn" or an Anglicization of the Irish name Fíona. The name is often associated with Princess Fiona from the Shrek movies, which has contributed to its popularity.

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