Other Origin(s):Chinese, Scottish
Meaning:Of Ó Fiaich; Raven; Of Fiona; Fair, pale; Of Fei; Winged; Swift
Of all the one-syllable names in the land, gender-neutral Fee takes the cake! It draws from Irish Ó Fiaich, meaning "raven," and Scottish Fiona, meaning "fair" or "pale." These opposite concepts will help baby find balance in their life as they chase their dreams. Fee is also a tailfeather from Chinese Fei, which fittingly means "winged" or "swift." It could also be a cute nickname for Sophia, Felix, or Phoenix. The sky's the limit with this name, so baby Fee can make it their own.

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