Fia

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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
Fia, character in children's books Fairy Wings and Fia and the Imp by Lauren Mills and Dennis Nolan