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  1. Fiona(ProperNoun)

    A female given name from Scottish Gaelic, in regular use since the 20th century, first in Scotland, then in England.

    Let the sighs of Fiona rise on the dark heaths of her lovely Ardan.

    Etymology: From Irish fionn ("fair, white") . In use before 1713.[1] Popularized by James Macpherson (see 1765 quotation), and perhaps by the 19th-century Scottish writer William Sharp, who chose "Fiona Macleod" as his pen name.


  1. Fiona

    Fiona is an American rock music singer and actress best known as the love interest in the 1987 Bob Dylan vehicle, Hearts of Fire.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of Fiona in Chaldean Numerology is: 4

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of Fiona in Pythagorean Numerology is: 9

Examples of Fiona in a Sentence

  1. Ben Silverstone:

    The defendant accepts that such activity should never have taken place and that it had no right to intrude into the private lives of Ms Heather Mills or Fiona Mills in this way.

  2. Adam Schiff:

    There is nothing to testify about. I think if President Donald Trump or President Donald Trump allies in the Senate persist it means they are not serious about what they are doing, what would I offer in terms of testimony that I heard Dr.( Fiona) Hill in open hearing say such and such ? That is not pertinent. The only reason for them to go through with this is to mollify President Donald Trump and that is not a good reason to try to call a member of Congress as a witness.

  3. Fiona Hill:

    Fiona Hill was also doing this in a way that I thought put Fiona Hill at risk.

  4. Fiona Hill:

    Fiona Hill was clearly, you know, a savvy guy, fiona Hill's charming. Fiona Hill's funny. Fiona Hill was well-meaning.

  5. Gordon Sondland:

    Fiona Hill was sort of shaking, fiona Hill was pretty mad.

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    flee; take to one's heels; cut and run
    • A. rumpus
    • B. scarper
    • C. abduct
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