[ syll. fion-(n)(b)har(r), fi-onnbha-rr ] The baby boy name Fionnbharr is used chiefly in the Irish language and its origin is Celtic. The meaning of the name is fair headed. It is derived from the words 'fionn' meaning white, fair ; 'barr' head. The name was borne by various early Irish saints, including the first bishop of Cork in the 6th century. The name can be Anglicized as Finbar.
Fionnbharr is a variant of the name Finbar (Irish and English) in the Irish language.
Barra (familiar form in Irish) is another variant of Fionnbharr.
See also the related form, Barry (English and Irish).
Fionnbharr is unusual as a baby boy name. It is not listed in the top 1000.