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Gender: F Meaning of Fia: "wild or weaver" Origin of Fia: Irish or Portuguese or Italian

Fia may be most notable at this moment as the phonetic version of the Irish Fiadh, one of the fastest-rising names in the Republic of Ireland. The meaning of Fia or Fiadh is sometimes given as "deer" but that's in the sense of a wild deer, as the name relates to the ancient word for wild. In Portuguese, Fia means weaver, and Fia may also be a short form of the Italian or Spanish Sofia or Fiammetta or any other fia-related name. Whatever its origin and meaning, Fia is a light and pleasant alternative to the mega-popular Mia.

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Sometimes associated with Irish Gaelic fiadh, meaning "deer"
Masculine: Fio
Shortened form of Sofia, Fiammetta, Fiona, Fiala, etc.
Fia Forbes, mother of Cadi Forbes the protagonist of Francine Rivers' novel The Last Sin Eater