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Fiorella

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Gender: Female Meaning of Fiorella: "little flower" Origin of Fiorella: Italian

The name Fiorella is a girl's name of Italian origin meaning "little flower". Fiorella and is often added to lists like Badass Princess Names and discussed in our forums with posts like "Names on NB that make you go WOW!".

From the experts:

Not only are individual flower names more popular (and exotic) than ever, but so too are the more generic names like Florence and Flora. While brother name Fiorello became known via long-term New York Mayor LaGuardia, the lovely Fiorella has never crossed cultures. She could join Arabella as a post-Isabella ella choice.

And speaking of Isabella, Fiorella is the first of the three middle names of Isabella Rossellini.

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Famous People Named Fiorella

Fiorella Terenzi (b. 1954), Italian astrophysicist/musician/author, known for turning recordings of radio waves from galaxies into music
Isabella Fiorella Elettra Giovanna Rossellini, Italian actress
Fiorella Primrose Moon (b. 2015), daughter of US blogger Kerrie Moon; sister of Augustus George

Pop Culture References for the name Fiorella

Comments

natalie Says:

2018-01-29T04:06:44

it's more like fee-or-ella. it's my last name btw.

LoveBugsMama Says:

2015-09-17T19:23:07

Love, love, love it! I used to joke with my sister that I'd use this if I married my HS boyfriend. His last name is Fiore so Fiorella Fiore! Too funny. But it really is a gorgeous name.

headintheclouds Says:

2015-05-26T03:37:44

Fiorella is such a frilly, spunky, long lovely name. It's rather too elaborate for my usual name tastes, but I objectively like it, and would love to see other people using the name in real life. Fiorella has the same fiery and spunky and classic feel to me as Seraphina and Ignatius, and I think they'd make an epic sibling set!

Side note: How amazingly long and epic is Isabella Rosselini's name? :D

MissKaris Says:

2015-05-23T23:06:47

Beautiful!

faithnamer Says:

2014-06-17T16:22:51

Oh, ok! Thanks!

Guest Says:

2014-06-17T14:25:31

it's like fyor-ELL-la, the fior part is smushed together and then it's emphasis on the el. haha

faithnamer Says:

2014-06-17T04:28:40

What's the correct pronunciation?

Guest Says:

2014-06-17T04:15:25

I'd use it if people would say it the proper way. (It's not fee-yorella.)