Fionnuala

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Gender: F Pronunciation: fin-OO-lah Meaning of Fionnuala: "white shoulders" Origin of Fionnuala: Irish Gaelic

This lovely Gaelic name, very popular in the Emerald Isle, would pose obvious pronunciation problems in Pomona or Pawtucket. Simplify to Finola or Fenella.

Famous People Named Fionnuala

Fionnghuala Manon "Fionnula" Flanagan, Irish actress
Fionnuala Nic Dhomhnaill aka Ineen Dubh, 16th century ruler of Tyrconnell, Ireland
Fionnuala Kenny, wife of Irish Prime Minister Enda Kenny
Fionnuala Sweeney, Irish newscaster
Fionnuala McCormack, Irish Olympic runner
Fionnuala Sherry, Irish musician of duo Secret Garden
Fionnuala Ní Fhlatharta, Irish actress

Pop Culture References for the name Fionnuala

Fionnuala, one of the Children of Lir in Irish mythology, who were turned into swans

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