What isn't about Fiji? Find out here. These are commonly confused terms/words/spellings that aren't related to Fiji the island nation. These are the most popular searched misconceived words.
Information to get you started on finding out more about the South Pacific island archipelago has two starting points:
This is a common misspelling of Fiji Islands. As an ex-English teacher (teaching to non-native speakers) the 'j' and 'g' often are pronounced the same, and often unless you're a native speaker, when to use it can be confusing.
Again a misspelling getting the 'j' and 'g' confused. This time it's about the American bottled water company Fiji Water.
Visit Fiji Water for information regarding the company and of drinking water in Fiji.
The Fiji mermaid (also Feejee mermaid) was an object comprising of the torso and head of a monkey with the bottom half being a fish, covered in papier-mâché. It was presented as a mummified body of a creature at sideshows and was made famous by the American showman/scam-artist P.T. Barnum in 1842.
Fiji Eilanden is Fiji Islands in Dutch.
When I first heard of this I thought perhaps it was a enclave of Fijians in a city or country. But alas, it's the name of a female American wrestler (not the sport) from the 1980's.
There are two possible reasons here:
HMS Fiji was a light cruiser ship of the Royal Navy which served in WW2. It wasn't part of Fiji's navy, it didn't have one, but part of Britain's Navy and named it after one of her colony's, Fiji.
I wasn't able to find a reason for this popularly searched term. My guess would be it's a world from another language.