Finneas Name Meaning & Origin
Origin of the name Phineas:
Derived from the Hebrew Pinchas, meaning "the mouth of a snake, mouth of brass." It may also be derived from the Egyptian penechase (Negro, dark-complexioned).
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Does have Gaelic roots
meaning "Quiet warrior", 'Fair Hero'
Finbar ‘fair head’. Fionnbar. Barry.
Finian FIN-ee-an. ‘fair birth’. Finghín. Finn. Finnian.
Finlay FIN-lee. ‘white warrior’. from the Gaelic, fionn, meaning ‘white/fair’, and laogh, meaning ‘warrior’. Fionnlagh. Finley.
Finn FIN. ‘fair’. Finn MacCool/Fionn MacCumhaill was a great hero of Irish mythology. He was leader of the Fianna, a band of Irish warriors renowned for the strength and fearlessness. Fionn FYONN. Fynn.
Finnán fin-AWN. ‘fair’. ‘white’. Fionnán.
Fintan FIN-tan. ‘white fire’, ‘white bull’.
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This is my son's name. Found the variation in "The Mother of All Baby Name Books"
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A creative respelling of the English Phineas; a form of Pinchas (Hebrew meaning "oracle" or Egyptian meaning "dark skinned").
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Finneas O'Connell, Actor
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