Fiona

Fiona



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White again, it's the season! Fiona comes from Gaelic "fionn" which means white, beautiful, the equivalent of Breton "gwenn". It's a typical Celtic name. The first to use it would be the Scottish writer William Sharp (1865-1905) who chose the pseudonym Fiona MacLeod to tell Celtic stories. His party ? October 18 with Gwenn.

Fiona

White again, it's the season! Fiona comes from Gaelic "fionn" which means white, beautiful, the equivalent of Breton "gwenn". It's a typical Celtic name. The first to use it would be the Scottish writer William Sharp (1865-1905) who chose the pseudonym Fiona MacLeod to tell Celtic stories. His party ? October 18 with Gwenn.