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    Thoughts on Fianna?

    It's pronounced Fee-uh-na and said quickly. I live in Ireland but it's not very commonly used here. The Fianna were warriors in Irish mythology. I like it for a girl, and have only heard it used on girls. Honest thoughts?

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    I like it! It’s like a new, modern spin to Fiona.
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    I like it a lot! It's lively, sweet and strong
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    It's nice but I think a lot of people might mix it up with Fiona
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    It's okay I guess
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    I really like how it looks and like how it sounds! Agree it might get a little confused with Fiona, but it's still a really pretty name so I don't think that should deter you.

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    I prefer Fiona, but I've never heard about Fianna before.
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    I feel like living in Ireland it's a common enough idea, you learn Fionn mac Cumhaill in school so most people would understand what it meant. And all my experiences with Fiona's in Ireland were middle aged at the very least.

    Honesty I think there's more of a chance of it being confused with all the baby Fiadh's who are being born now.

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    I really like it, it's a pretty alternative to other more common Irish names

    I do remember that there was a bratz doll called Fianna so it reminds me of that but I don't think that's a problem!
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