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Fifi may refer to:

Common usage

  • Fifi, diminutive form of Fiona and Firfie
  • Fifi, diminutive form of Josephine
  • Fifi, diminutive form of Sophia


  • Fifi (album), the third studio album by the Dutch band the Heideroosjes
  • Fifi and the Flowertots, a British stop-motion animated children's television series first broadcast in 2005
  • Fifi (Open Season), the main antagonist in Open Season 2 and one of the supporting heroes for the whole series
  • Fifi Blows Her Top, the 184th short subject starring American slapstick comedy team the Three Stooges
  • Fifi La Fume (also called Fifi Le Fume), a fictional anthropomorphic skunk featured in the Warner Brothers 1990–1995 animated series Tiny Toon Adventures
  • Fifi the Duck, a Howard the Duck character, and an ally of Howard; first appeared in Howard the Duck #17 in 1977
  • Fifi the Peke, a fictional character created by The Walt Disney Company
  • Ingrid Finger (nicknamed Fifi), German beauty queen who became the first representative from her country to win the Miss International pageant in 1965
  • Mademoiselle Fifi (disambiguation)


  • Fifi Abdou, Egyptian belly dancer and actress
  • Fifi Box (born 1976), Australian radio broadcaster, comedian and TV personality
  • Fifi D'Orsay (1904–1983), Canadian-American actress billed as "Mademoiselle Fifi"
  • Fiore Buccieri (nicknamed "Fifi") (1907–1973), Chicago mobster



See also

  • Fifie, a design of sailing boat developed on the east coast of Scotland


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