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Fionn Whitehead, English actor who played in Dunkirk and Bandersnatch.
― Anonymous User  2/15/2019
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Fionn is a perfect masculine form for Fiona. I think people assume lots of masculine forms of feminine names are still feminine but if you want to use Fionn for a girl, I suggest following it up with a feminine middle name because Fionn is traditionally masculine. As for Fiona, the middle name wouldn’t matter,
― Anonymous User  1/9/2019
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Unless, of course, you didn't want your new son to have a spelling the same as some actor who overdosed whose TV character was spelled "Finn". Ugh.
Ragnar Lothbrok  6/12/2018
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I would use the name Finn instead. That is the new version of Fionn.
XxWolfCrusherxX  12/6/2016
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The name Fionn was given to 30 boys born in the US in 2015.
HerculePoirot  6/21/2016
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Pronunciation: http://forvo.com/search/Fionn/
LMS  5/16/2016
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The namesake just makes the name, he became all-wise after eating an enchanted SALMON? AWESOME!
jeannie.  12/23/2010
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The Irish pronunciation of Fionn Mac Cumhaill can be heard in this video around marker 7:29 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rezfaZd1zgk.
Eva Marie  5/1/2009
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Fionn Regan is an up-and-coming Irish singer-songwriter who came out with his debut album "The End of History" in 2006.
scholasticastewart  2/18/2009
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Fionn isn't pronounced Finn. It's hard to explain. It's more like Fyonn.
Clodagh  2/18/2007
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I don't know HOW this name could seem feminine, I mean it's spelt Fionn, but pronounced Finn.
― Anonymous User  1/15/2007
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I love this name, especially for a boy. I'd use it as a middle name.
Kings_falcon  1/13/2007
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To me, this has always seemed a very feminine name. Maybe it's too much like Fiona.
Hero  12/18/2006

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