Fiona Alston in the US

  1. #54,506,210 Fiona Ally
  2. #54,506,211 Fiona Almeida
  3. #54,506,212 Fiona Alpaugh
  4. #54,506,213 Fiona Alphonse
  5. #54,506,214 Fiona Alston
  6. #54,506,215 Fiona Altobano
  7. #54,506,216 Fiona Alxezander
  8. #54,506,217 Fiona Aman
  9. #54,506,218 Fiona Amandio
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Meaning & Origins

Latinate derivative of the Gaelic word fionn ‘white, fair’. It was first used by James Macpherson (1736–96), author of the Ossianic poems, which were supposedly translations from ancient Gaelic. It was subsequently used as a pen-name by William Sharp (1855–1905), who produced many romantic works under the name of Fiona Macleod, and has since become popular throughout the English-speaking world.
2,334th in the U.S.
English: 1. from the Middle English personal name Alstan, which is a coalescence of several different Old English personal names: Æðelstān ‘noble stone’, Ælfstān ‘elf stone’, Ealdstān ‘old stone’, or Ealhstān ‘altar stone’. 2. habitational name from any of various places called Alston (in Cumbria, Lancashire, Devon, and Somerset) or Alstone (in Gloucestershire and Staffordshire). With the exception of Alston in Cumbria, which is formed with the Old Scandinavian personal name Halfdan, these place names all consist of an Old English personal name + Old English tūn ‘settlement’, for example Ælfsige in the case of Alstone in Gloucestershire.
1,129th in the U.S.

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