Irish, from fianna 'band of warriors' (applied to the soldiers of Finn MacCool; compare with Fenian) and Fáil, genitive of Fál, an ancient name for Ireland. The phrase Fianna Fáil was used in 15th-century poetry in the neutral sense ‘people of Ireland’, but the founders of the political party interpreted it to mean ‘soldiers of destiny’.
Words that rhyme with Fianna Fáilboil, Boyle, broil, coil, Dáil, Doyle, embroil, foil, Hoyle, moil, noil, oil, roil, Royle, soil, spoil, toil, voile
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