The name Fenella is a girl's name of Celtic origin meaning "white-shouldered one". Fenella and is often added to lists like Unique Baby Names and discussed in our forums with posts like "Compromise and pass it on!".
From the experts:
More unusual than Fiona and more user-friendly than Fionnuala, the engaging Scottish Fenella, has been scarcely heard in this country.
Fenella first became known outside of Ireland when Sir Walter Scott used it for the character Finella Christian in his novel Peveril of the Peak.
Finola is another underused Anglicization of Fionnuala.