The Italian origin name Fiamma is usually used for girls. Fiamma means 'little fiery one' or 'flames'. Fiamma is a variant of Fiammetta. It is believed people named Fiamma are analytical and curious. Fiamma Nirenstein is an eminent person with the name; she is an Italian-Israeli journalist, author, and politician born in Florence and was chosen to represent Silvio Berlusconi's People of Freedom party in the Italian Parliament in 2008. She also served as a vice president of the Chamber of Deputies Committee on Foreign Affairs. Another famous person with the name is the Guatemalan alpine skier Fiamma Smith who represented her country in three competitions during the 1988 Winter Olympics.