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Gender: Male Origin of Finnick: English place name and surname

Finnick Origin and Meaning

The name Finnick is a boy's name of English, Anglo-Saxon origin.

Finnick has risen to prominence as a first name via The Hunger Games, in which Finnick Odair was a winner of the games. The name is related to Fenwick, an old Anglo-Saxon place name and surname that may be loosely translated as "marshland farm." The names Fenwick and Finnick are also related to Phoenix.

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oliviamcdonald Says:

2019-05-31T09:16:40

Not with the word finnicky. People are immediately going to think of someone who’s anal or neurotic. It’s even spelled the same. There are plenty of better options Fintan, Findlay, Griffin, Finnegan, Phineas, Flinders.

Aquitaine3 Says:

2017-10-30T06:07:03

I love this name. You can call him 'Finn' or 'Nick', but I wouldn't rule it out due to the word finicky. There are a lot of names that can have plays on certain words, but Finnick can stand on it's own.

iipostmvh Says:

2017-10-18T22:42:48

What’s led me to this name today was Garrick, which reminded of Finnick. I think it’s a better alternative, as I associate finicky with Finnick.

autumnreverie Says:

2016-01-23T23:53:24

It's too similar to finicky.

kiwipop Says:

2015-07-16T03:51:53

Where`s Finnick Odair he is.

Zelliew Says:

2015-06-30T08:53:43

I agree - it's close to finnicky

headintheclouds Says:

2015-06-25T12:18:37

I'm a fan of the Hunger Games trilogy and movies, but I don't really like Finnick as a name due to the close sound to finnicky, not the best association to have to an otherwise great name. It's a more unexpected way to get to popular nicknames of Nick (vs. Nicholas) or Finn (vs. Finnian, Finnegan, Finn on its own), and Finnick fits right in with the sound of popular names today. I wouldn't be surprised if this name becomes more popular in the next few years.