Names of the Week – Fiona & Atticus

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The Names of the Week are Fiona & Atticus


Fiona

Fiona is a Gaelic name, a feminine form of Fionn, meaning white or fair.  Fiona entered the U.S. top 1,000 in 1990.  Currently at #204, Fiona has been in the top 300 since 2010.

A few places you may have heard the name Fiona…
* Fiona Apple – Singer
* Princess Fiona – character in the Shrek series
* Fiona –  character in The Giver
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Fiona Gubelmann – Actor

Alternative Spellings – Fionna, Feona, Fionah

A few Nickname ideas – Fee, Fifi, Ona, Fife, Fia

A few middle name ideas for the name Fiona:
Fiona Jane
Fiona Isobel
Fiona Blythe
Fiona Harper
Fiona Therese
Fiona Meadow

If you like the name Fiona, you may also like..
Fianna, Flora, Flavia, Finley, Felicity, or Fionla

Princess Fiona & Gregory Peck as Atticus Finch

Princess Fiona & Gregory Peck as Atticus Finch

Atticus

Atticus is a Latin name meaning from Attica, a region in Athens, Greece.  Most people recognize Atticus as the name of the noble character, Atticus Finch in Harper Lee’s, To Kill A Mockingbird. Atticus is currently #370, the most popular it has ever been in the United States.

A few places you may have heard the name Atticus…
* Atticus Finch – character in To Kill A Mockingbird
* Atticus – Greek philosopher
* Atticus – clothing brand
* Atticus Shane – character in The Vampire Diaries

Alternative Spellings – Attikus, Aticus, Atticis

A few Nickname ideas – Atty, Attic

A few middle name ideas for the name Atticus:
Atticus Leo
Atticus March
Atticus Henry
Atticus Vincent
Atticus Lincoln
Atticus Ryan

If you like the name Atticus, you may also like..
Silas, Augustus, Cassius, Thaddeus, Lucius, or Demetrius

What do you think of the names Fiona & Atticus?

Happy Memorial Day,
~Meagan

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2 responses to “Names of the Week – Fiona & Atticus

  1. I adore Atticus so much! I love all of the middle name you suggested but I think my favorite is Atticus March. Fiona Therese sings to my heart because Saint Therese is a huge part of my life. I was surprise to see you mention it.

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