Fabiola is a female name of Latin origin. It is the diminutive of Fabia, the female form of the Roman family clan name Fabius, which may possibly be derived from Latin faba "bean" (see Fabia (gens), Origin of the gens). Saint Fabiola (fourth century) was an energetic Roman matron who organized the first hospice for sick and needy travelers.
- Queen Fabiola of Belgium
- Saint Fabiola, d. A.D. 399
- Fabiola Gianotti, b. 1962, Italian particle physicist
- Fabiola Romero, American model and cheerleader
- Fabiola Zuluaga, Colombian tennis player
- Fabiola (1918 film), a silent Italian film
- Fabiola (1949 film), a film known in English as The Fighting Gladiator
- Fabiola (novel), an 1854 novel by Cardinal Nicholas Wiseman
- Fabiola (moth), a concealer moth genus in subfamily Oecophorinae
- MSC Fabiola, a huge container ship
- Fabiola Hospital in Eveleth, Minnesota, constructed in approximately 1900, converted to an apartment building, burned down in the 1960s.
- "Fabiola". behindthename.com. Retrieved 2011-12-17.
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