Fynn is a variant of the name Finn, which is of Scandinavian and Irish origin.
What does the name Fynn mean?
Fynn means “white”, “fair” (from Gaelic “fionn”) and “person from Finland”, “Finn”, “Sámi” or “wanderer” (from Old Norse “finnr”).
Variants of the name Fynn
Since the name Fynn has different regional origins, its meanings are also different. If your son delights with his blond hair after birth, the name Fynn with the meaning “white” can be just right. If you want to pass on your love of travel to your son, “wanderer” is also a great message to send to little Fynn. In addition to the popular spelling Fynn, there are also the variants Finn, Fyn, Fin or Phinn.
Since Fynn is a Nordic first name, a likewise Nordic first name fits super as a middle name. Here you could choose between Fynn Eric, Fynn Gustav, Fynn Bjorn, Fynn Kjell and Fynn Oscar.
People named Fynn in the media
Fynn Hawkey was born in 2009 in the state of New York. He is a child actor and can be seen in the movie “Higher Ground” alongside Vera Farmiga, who is his mother, and Joshua Leonard.
A well-known name in the German media scene is Fynn Kliemann (born 1988). Born in Lower Saxony, Fynn became known through his DIY YouTube channel and the creation of “Kliemannsland”, an old horse farm and now open place for creative people. Fynn Kliemann has always worked on his independent career as an artist and entrepreneur. Then, in the spring of 2022, a controversy arose around Fynn: the television program ZDF Magazin Royale, hosted by Jan Böhmermann, made public insider information accusing Fynn of fraud. The accusation was that he and his business partner Tom Illbruck were selling supposedly sustainable and fairly produced everyday masks, but that they were actually produced in Vietnam and Bangladesh under precarious conditions. Fynn publicly justified his behavior several times and denied some of the accusations.