Gender Masculine
Usage Irish

Meaning & History

Derived from Old Irish finn "white, blessed". This was the name of several Irish saints, including the founders of monasteries at Clonard and Movilla (both 6th century).

Related Names

Other Languages & CulturesGwenneg, Winoc(Breton) Finn(Dutch) Finn(English) Finn, Fynn(German) Finn, Fionn, Fion(Irish Mythology) Finn, Finnén, Finnán(Old Irish) Gwyn, Wyn, Wynn, Wynne(Welsh) Gwyn(Welsh Mythology)


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Entry updated June 9, 2023