A sweet and simple name. One of my favorites.
When I hear "Finn", I imagine a youthful adventurous guy who lives in his fancy treehouse somewhere in the woods. He's probably a friend to all children and animals. He is courageous and high-spirited.
Finn is one of my favorite names, it has a friendly lovable air to it, not unlike its namesake Finn the human from Adventure Time. I like Finley and Finnegan as well, which will likely be shortened to Finn if we decide on this name, and I think it would be great for a boy or a girl.
Finn is really cute. Adventure Time made me like the name even more.
Finn is a character from the cartoon show "Adventure Time." My favorite quote of his: "When I look at you, my brain goes all stupid, and I just wanna hug you and sit on the couch and play Beemo with you."
This name is so cute!
I like Fynn a lot better but this is still cute. Finn seems like a little boy's name and I cannot see this on an adult or teen.
Cute name.
Fish Finn! Lol just kidding. This name is really cute!
Weirdly, I've met multiple people who have chosen this name for a child because they like Neil Finn. I was looking recently at the top names of my birth year and Finn is a top 100 name, I can only imagine that is why. Cool guy to be named after.
This has been a favorite name of mine for a long time, and it's largely due to Mark Twain's "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn." Finn is, of course, Huck's surname, but it's much easier to live with as a name than Huck! (And people who keep trying to get the novel banned from schools on the grounds of language miss the point entirely and ensure the novel is still relevant nearly a century and a half later.) Finn goes with just about anything as a middle name, and I don't think it's *too* popular in the U.S. yet (though it is hugely popular in Ireland, I see).
This name is short, sweet & cute! I love it! I also like the other variants too, and this ages so well!
Finn from Adventure Time. “Homies help homies always”.
This name really seems to be trending. I’ve met several Finns under the age of five.
Michael "Finn" O'Leary is a Character in the Black OPS 2 Zombies, Map: Mob of the Dead, he was Voiced by Michael Madsen and Modeled after him.
Gender: MasculineUsage: Irish Mythology, Irish, Swedish, Danish, Norwegian, English, Popular CulturePronounced: FIN (English, Danish)Meaning:.Though an older Irish form of FIONN, it is also the usual Anglicized spelling of the name which is derived from the Old Norse name Finnr, which meant "Sámi, person from Finland". As a surname, it was used by Huckleberry "Huck" Finn, a character from Mark Twain's renowned novels such as 'The Adventures of Tom Sawyer' and 'The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn'. However in Popular Culture, this is the name of one of the main characters from the Star Wars sequel trilogy who was once a stormtrooper played by John Boyega.
My name is Finn therefore it is an amazing name and no one can say otherwise.
I prefer Fionn, but it’s hard to decide!
Finn Shelby, character in the BBC series Peaky Blinders.
Finn the Human!
Also Manx:
I love this name. It's slightly unique and it's my boyfriend's name. It always reminds me of him.
Finn McMissile is a character in the Pixar film Cars 2.
Finn is a character in the film Snow White and the Huntsman. Portrayed by Sam Spruell.
When parents-to-be tell me they’re going to name their son Finn, I’m always torn between smiling politely and pretending like I’m not screaming inside my head about what a fad, “trying too hard to be cool” name I think it is, like Jet or Blaze. And making a joke, “dorsal or pectoral?”.
I think Finn would be okay for a girl as much as a boy, if it’s paired with a feminine middle name. I can picture a sweet girly girl or a tomboy with this name. I love this name for either gender, but I still think it’s better for a boy.
Finn is so cute and carefree. Shame it's becoming so common.
Finn. Sounds like "fin", like finished. Very boring. Besides, I dislike the Adventure Time association.
I like this name because I love Adventure Time (of course!), so I would use this name on my son, even if it's a middle name.
Finn Wolfhard (2002-) - Stars as Mike Wheeler in the TV show Stranger Things.
My name is Finn, and I like it very much! It does make me think of fish at times, but overall I think it is a fantastic name!Another spelling for Finn is Fynn.
I think it's so cute, and maybe I like it more because I'm such a huge Adventure Time fan. If I ever have a son I would definitely consider naming him this!
Ugly, overused, and childish.
I like this name and if you like\love it as well and are considering using it for your little guy, some combos I have paired with it that you are more than welcome to take a look at are: Hunter Finn
Jared Finn
Jeremiah Finn
Miles Finn
Parker Finn
Sawyer Finn
Spencer Finn
Theodore Finn
Thomas Finn
Xavier Finn
Jeremy Finn
Lucas FinnFeel free to reverse them (:
Finn, a First Order Stormtrooper and later member of the Resistance in the 2015 film 'Star Wars: Episode VII The Force Awakens'. The name 'Finn' is derived from his Stormtrooper designation, FN-2187. He is played by British actor John Boyega.
I love this name and makes me think of Finn from the Trylle Trilogy by Amanda Hocking.
Finn Macauley is a character from 'Resident Evil 6'.
Terence "Finn" Jones is a British actor best known for his role as Ser Loras Tyrell in the American fantasy drama TV series Game of Thrones.
I like this name just on its own (:
In the 2012 film Snow White and the Huntsman and its tie-in novel, Queen Ravenna's brother is named Finn.
I think the name Finn would be quite a lovely name for a girl, too.
I love the name Finn (probably because I love Adventure Time!).@filmflicker Umm, no.. Finn is a BOY'S NAME and should only be used for a BOY!
Completely awesome name. It's ancient, yet contemporary as well.
Finn is a Frisian ruler who is a character in the Anglo-Saxon epic poem "Beowulf".J.R.R. Tolkien wrote a scholarly study about him called "Finn and Hengest".
I don't get the appeal of this name. All I can think of is the word "fin".
I love this name. Whenever I hear it, I think of Huckleberry Finn from Mark Twain's stories. Terrific namesake.
Finn the Human is one of the two main characters of the cartoon Adventure Time.
Doesn't Finn also mean a person from Finland?
Finn is one of the main characters in the TV show Glee.
I like this name. It seems fun and cute. But I can't stop thinking about fish.
I like this name. Whenever I think of it, I see a fun guy. Although I also can't get the image of fish out of my brain either.
Finn Earl is the main character in the movie "Fierce People" (played by Anton Yelchin).
The only Finn I've ever known was a female. I remember everyone thinking it was an odd name, but she had long blonde hair and it seemed to fit her. I'm not a big fan of it, though. It sounds a bit fishy.
I like it, but there was a park in my hometown called Finn Cassidy, and it was named after a dude that looked like a hobo. So everytime I hear the name Finn, I think of hobo dude.
I like this name. It's short and sweet. Finn is the name of a character from a book I read, by Shannon Hale.
Natalie Maines has a son named Beckett Finn.
Actually the thing my mind jumped to for the meaning was "hair". I know, I know. I need to get my nose out of those LotR books. :)
Finn is the name of a character in Kate Brian's book 'Megan Meade's Guide to the McGowan Boys'.
Listen to the German pronunciation of Finn here:
Finn was a character in Susan Juby's Alice series.
Finn, or fynn means 'fair'.
My grandfather's name is Finn, but he is from Sweden.
Also the name of Finn Mac/McCool, Irish warrior and leader of the Fianna.

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