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Of Irish and Scottish Gaelic origin.

From the Irish word “fionn”, meaning fair, white, blond.

In Irish mythology, Fionn mac Cumhail was a legendary wise warrior, a hero similar to Robin Hood, leade of the Fianna army.

Finn Mac Cumbail and his followers’ stories are part of the Fenian Cycle, one of the four major cycles of Irish mythology.

He also features in Scottish cycles of mythology.

Other forms of the name are: Finn, Fion, Finnagán.

Occasionally associated with the feminine name Fiona.

Famous bearers are Fionn Regan, Fionn Carr, Fionn MacColla.