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Names starting with F

Flávio - Portuguese form of Roman Latin Flavius, meaning "yellow hair."
Festus - Roman Latin name derived from the word festus, meaning "festival." In the bible, this is the name of the successor of Felix, the procurator of Judea who refused to bow to the pressure of the Jews who wanted him to condemn St. Paul to death for preaching. He is also known by the name Porcius.
Floris - Dutch form of Latin Florentius, meaning "blossoming."
Fedele - Italian form of Spanish Fidel, meaning "faithful."
Froder - Norwegian variant form of Scandinavian Frode, meaning "wise."
Faustine - French feminine form of Roman Latin Faustinus, meaning "lucky."
Farid - Arabic name derived from the word farada, meaning "unique."
Flurry -  English unisex name derived from the vocabulary word meaning "snow squall."
Fleurette - Diminutive form of French Fleur ("flower"), meaning "little flower."
Fortune - English name derived from the vocabulary word, from Latin fortuna, meaning "fortune, luck."
Femie - Short form of English Eufemia, meaning "Well I speak."
Faraj - Arabic name meaning "improvement."
Fabrice - French name derived from Roman Latin Fabricius, meaning "craftsman."
Fudu - African Zulu name meaning "tortoise."
Fayvel - Variant spelling of Yiddish Feivel, meaning "shining one."
Fredrick - Variant spelling of English Frederick, meaning "peaceful ruler."
Ferka -  Romanian form of Hungarian Ferkó, a pet form of Ferenc, meaning "French."
Farida - Feminine form of Arabic Farid, meaning "unique."
Firdaus - Arabic name derived from the word firdaws, "paradise," from Persian pardis/pairidaeza, meaning "enclosure, garden." This is the Arabic name for the highest paradise in the hereafter.
Firuz - Arabic form of Persian Piruz, meaning "victorious."
Francesca - Feminine form of Italian Francesco, meaning "French."
Freida - Variant spelling of German Frieda, meaning "peaceful ruler."
Fitim - Albanian name meaning "gain; profit."
Filib - Scottish Gaelic form of French Philippe, meaning "lover of horses."
Fraser - French surname transferred to forename use, of Norman origin, but the derivation has been lost due to corruption of form by association with the French word fraise, meaning "strawberry." In English and Scottish use.
Fyodor - Russian form of Greek Theodoros, meaning "gift of God."
Fylkir - Icelandic form of Old Norse Folki, meaning "people, tribe." 
Fyfe - Variant spelling of Scottish Fife, meaning "from Fife."
Furaha - African Swahili name meaning "happiness."
Funsani - Egyptian name meaning "a request."
Fungai - African Shona name meaning "think."
Funanya - African Igbo name meaning "love."
Fumnanya - African Igbo name meaning "love me."
Fumio - Japanese name meaning "literary/scholarly child."
Fumiko - Japanese name meaning "child of treasured beauty."
Fumbe - African Ganda name meaning "civet cat."
Fulvius - Roman name derived from Latin fulvus, meaning "yellow."
Fulvio - Italian form of Roman Latin Fulvius, meaning "yellow."
Fulvia - Feminine form of Italian Fulvio, meaning "yellow."
Fulke - Medieval English form of Old Norse Folki, meaning "people, tribe."
Fulk - Modern form of Medieval English Fulke, meaning "people, tribe."
Fulgentius - Latin name derived from the word fulgens, meaning "shining."
Fulgencio - Spanish form of Latin Fulgentius, meaning "shining."
Fulco - Old German equivalent of Old Norse Folki, meaning "people, tribe."
Fulbert - French form of German Filabert, meaning "very bright." 
Fulathela - African Zulu name meaning "turn the back."
Fukayna - Egyptian name meaning "intelligent."
Fuji - Japanese name possibly meaning "wisteria." 
Fu-hua - Chinese compound name composed of the names Fu "lotus" or "wealthy" and Hua "flower" or "magnificent." 
Fu - Chinese unisex name meaning 1) "husband, man, master," 2) "lotus" or 3) "wealthy."
Frygyes - Hungarian form of German Frideric, meaning "peaceful ruler."
Frydryk - Variant spelling of Polish Fryderyk, meaning "peaceful ruler."
Frydrych - Variant spelling of Polish Friderich, meaning "peaceful ruler."
Fryderyka - Feminine form of Polish Fryderyk, meaning "peaceful ruler."
Fryderyk - Polish form of German Frideric, meaning "peaceful ruler."
Fruzsina - Pet form of Hungarian Eufrozina, meaning "joy, mirth."
Frume - Variant spelling of Yiddish Fruma, meaning "pious one."
Fruma - Yiddish name meaning "pious one."
Frona - Short form of Greek Sofronia, meaning "self-controlled."
Frodo - Tolkien character name derived from the Germanic element frod, meaning "wise."
Frode - Scandinavian form of Icelandic Fróði, meaning "wise."
Fritzi - Pet form of German Friederike, meaning "peaceful ruler."
Fritz - Pet form of German Friedrich, meaning "peaceful ruler."
Frits - Pet form of Dutch Frerik, meaning "peaceful ruler."
Fritjof - Scandinavian form of Old Norse Friðþjófr, meaning "peace-thief."
Frithuswith - Variant spelling of Anglo-Saxon Friðuswith, meaning "peace-strong."
Frithuric - Variant spelling of Anglo-Saxon Friþuric, meaning "peaceful ruler."
Frithunantus - Latin form of Visigothic Frithnanth, meaning "ardent for peace."
Frithswith - Variant spelling of Anglo-Saxon Friðuswith, meaning "peace-strong."
Frithnanth - Visigothic name composed of the Germanic elements frithu "prepared, protection, ready, safety" and nantha "journey" or "recklessness," traditionally rendered by the Visigoths as "ardent for peace." 
Frithjof - Variant spelling of Danish/Norwegian Fridtjof, meaning "peace-thief."
Fritha - Short form of Anglo-Saxon Frithswith, meaning "peace-strong." 
Frigyes - Hungarian form of German Frideric, meaning "peaceful ruler."
Frigidian - Roman name derived from Latin frigidus, meaning "cold."
Frigg - Icelandic name derived from Old Norse fría, meaning "to love." In mythology, this is the name of a goddess of earth, the queen of the Aesir and wife of Odin.
Friedrich - Old High German name composed of the elements fridu "peace" and rihhi "mighty, powerful," hence "peaceful ruler."
Friedhold - German name composed of the elements frid "peace" and wald "rule, power," hence "peaceful ruler."
Friedhelm - German name composed of the elements frid "peace" and helm "helmet, protection," hence "peace protector."
Friederike - Feminine form of German Friederic, meaning "peaceful ruler."
Friederic - Variant spelling of Old High German Friedrich, meaning "peaceful ruler."
Friedemann - German name composed of the elements frid "peace" and man "man," hence "man of peace."
Friede - Pet form of German Friederike, meaning "peaceful ruler."
Frieda - Pet form of German Friederike, meaning "peaceful ruler."
Fridtjof - Danish and Norwegian form of Old Norse Friðþjófr, meaning "peace-thief."
Fridthjof - Danish and Norwegian form of Old Norse Friðþjófr, meaning "peace-thief."
Fridric - Contracted form of German Frideric, meaning "peaceful ruler."
Friderik - Slovene form of German Frideric, meaning "peaceful ruler."
Friderich - Polish form of German Frideric, meaning "peaceful ruler."
Frideric - Contracted form of Old High German Friedrich, meaning "peaceful ruler."
Frida -   Hungarian form of German Frieda, meaning "peaceful ruler."
Fricis - Latvian form of German Frideric, meaning "peaceful ruler."
Friþuric - Anglo-Saxon equivalent of German Frideric, meaning "peaceful ruler."
Friðuswith - Variant spelling of Anglo-Saxon Frideswide, meaning "peace-strong."
Friðrik - Icelandic form of German Frideric, meaning "peaceful ruler."
Friðþjófur - Icelandic form of Old Norse Friðþjófr, meaning "peace-thief."
Friðþjófr - Old Norse name composed of the elements friðr "peace" and þjófr "thief," hence "peace-thief."
Freyr - Old Norse name possibly derived from the word *fraujaR, meaning "lord, master." In mythology, this is the name of a god of rain and sunlight.
Freyja - Old Norse name derived from the ancient element freyja (Old High German frouwa), meaning "lady, mistress." In mythology, this is the name of the goddess of beauty and love.
Freyde - Variant spelling of Yiddish Frayde, meaning "joy, rejoicing."
Freya - Danish form of Old Norse Freyja, meaning "lady, mistress."
Frey - Icelandic form of Old Norse Freyr, meaning "lord, master."
Frery - Middle French pet form of French Frédéric, meaning "peaceful ruler."
Frerik - Dutch form of German Frideric, meaning "peaceful ruler."
Freodheric - Variant spelling of Anglo-Saxon Frithuric, meaning "peaceful ruler."
Frej - Danish and Swedish form of Old Norse Freyr, meaning "lord, master."
Freeman - English surname transferred to forename use, meaning "freeman."
Fredrika - Feminine form of Norwegian/Swedish Fredrik, meaning "peaceful ruler."
Fredrik -   Swedish and Norwegian form of German Fridric, meaning "peaceful ruler." 
Fredriikka - Variant spelling of Finnish Fredriika, meaning "peaceful ruler."
Fredriika - Feminine form of Finnish Fredriik, meaning "peaceful ruler."
Fredriik - Finnish form of German Fridric, meaning "peaceful ruler." 
Fredric - Variant spelling of English Frederick, meaning "peaceful ruler."
Frediano - Italian form of Roman Latin Frigidian, meaning "cold."
Frederikke - Feminine form of Danish Frederik, meaning "peaceful ruler."
Frederik - Danish and Low German form of Old High German Friedrich, meaning "peaceful ruler." 
Fredericus - Latin form of German Frideric, meaning "peaceful ruler."
Frederick -   English form of French Frédéric, meaning "peaceful ruler."
Frederica - Feminine form of Latin Fredericus, meaning "peaceful ruler." In use by the English and Portuguese.
Fredek - Hungarian form of German Frideric, meaning "peaceful ruler."
Freddy - Pet form of English Frederick, meaning "peaceful ruler."
Freddie - Unisex pet form of English Frederick and Latin Frederica, both meaning "peaceful ruler."
Freddercke - Frisian form of Old High German Frideric, meaning "peaceful ruler."
Fredda - Pet form of English Winifred, meaning "holy reconciliation."
Freda - English short form of names ending with -freda.
Fred - Short form of English Frederick, meaning "peaceful ruler."
Frea - Anglicized form of Danish Freya, meaning "lady, mistress."
Frazier - Variant spelling of English Frazer, meaning "strawberry."
Frazer - English variant spelling of French Fraser, meaning "strawberry."
Frayde - Variant spelling of Yiddish Frayda, meaning "joy, rejoicing."
Frayda - Yiddish name meaning "joy, rejoicing."
Fravardin - Persian name derived from the word fravashi, meaning "guardian spirit." 
Frauke - German name composed of the element frau "lady" and a diminutive suffix, meaning "little lady."
Frasquito - Pet form of Portuguese/Spanish Francisco, meaning "French."
Frascuelo - Pet form of Portuguese/Spanish Francisco, meaning "French."
Franziska - Feminine form of German Franz, meaning "French."
Franz - German form of Latin Franciscus, meaning "French."
Frantzisko - Basque form of Latin Franciscus, meaning "French."
Frantziska - Feminine form of Basque Frantzisko, meaning "French."
Frantzes - Basque form of Latin Franciscus, meaning "French."
Františka - Feminine form of Czech Franti�ek, meaning "French."
František - Czech form of Latin Franciscus, meaning "French."
Franseza - Breton feminine form of Latin Franciscus, meaning "French."
Frans - Dutch and Scandinavian form of Latin Franciscus, meaning "French."
Frannie - Pet form of English Frances, meaning "French."
Franklyn - Variant spelling of English Franklin, meaning "freeman."
Franklin - English surname transferred to forename use, from the Middle English word frankeleyn, meaning "freeman." 
Frankie - Unisex pet form of English Frances and Francis, both meaning "French."
Frank -  English name originally derived from the name of a Germanic tribe called the Franks, meaning "French." It is also used as a short form of Franklin "freeman" and Francis "French." 
Franjo - Croatian form of Latin Franciscus, meaning "French."
Frangan - Pet form of Scottish Gaelic Frang, meaning "French."
Frangag - Feminine form of Scottish Gaelic Frang, meaning "French."
Frang - Scottish Gaelic form of Latin Franciscus, meaning "French."
Franco - Pet form of Italian Francesco, meaning "French."
Franck - French form of Latin Franciscus, meaning "French."
Franciszka - Feminine form of Polish Franciszek, meaning "French."
Franciszek - Polish form of Latin Franciscus, meaning "French."
Franciska - Feminine form of Hungarian Ferenc, meaning "French."
Franciscus - Latin name meaning "French."
Francisco -  Portuguese and Spanish form of Latin Franciscus, meaning "French."
Francisca -   Feminine form of Latin Franciscus, meaning "French."
Francis -  English name derived from Latin Franciscus, meaning "French." This name is sometimes mistakenly given to girls instead of the identically pronounced feminine form, Frances.
Francine - Diminutive form of French Françoise, meaning "French."
Franci - Pet form of Hungarian Franciska, meaning "French."
Francette - Pet form of French Françoise, meaning "French."
Francesco - Italian form of Latin Franciscus, meaning "French."
Francesc - Catalan form of Latin Franciscus, meaning "French."
Frances - Feminine form of English Francis, meaning "French."
Francene - English variant spelling of French Francine, meaning "French."
France - Short form of English Francis, meaning "French."
Franca - Short form of Italian Francesca, meaning "French."
Frančišek - Slovene form of Latin Franciscus, meaning "French."
Franč - Short form of Slovene Frančišek, meaning "French."
Françoise - Feminine form of French François, meaning "French."
François - French form of Latin Franciscus, meaning "French."
Fran - Short form of English Frances, meaning "French."
Fraener - Old Norse mythname of a dwarf who transformed into a dragon, the symbol of greed. Also called Fáfnir.
Fröja - Old Swedish form of Old Norse Freyja, meaning "lady, mistress."
Fróði - Icelandic name derived from Old Norse fróðr, meaning "wise."
Fríðr - Old Norse name derived from the word fríðr, meaning "peace."
Fríða - Icelandic form of Old Norse Fríðr, meaning "peace."
Frédérique - Feminine form of French Frédéric, meaning "peaceful ruler."
Frédéric - French form of Latin Fredericus, meaning "peaceful ruler."
Fox - From an Old English byname, meaning "fox."
Fowke - Variant form of English Fulke, meaning "people, tribe."
Foulques - French form of Old Norse Folki, meaning "people, tribe."
Fouad - Variant spelling of Arabic Fuad, meaning "heart."
Fotis - Contracted form of Greek Fotios, meaning "light."
Fotios - Variant spelling of Greek Photios, meaning "light."
Fotini - Variant spelling of Greek Foteini, meaning "light."
Foteini - Variant form of Greek Photine, meaning "light."
Foster - English occupational surname transferred to forename use, which could have derived from any of the following: 1) Middle English foster, meaning "foster-parent," 2) forster, meaning "forester," 3) forster, meaning "shearer," or 4) fuyster, meaning "saddle-tree maker."
Fortunatus - Latin name derived from the word fortuna, meaning "fortunate; happy; well freighted." In the bible, this is the name of a man who, along with Achaicus and Stephanas, carried a letter from the Corinthians to Paul and back again.
Fortunato - Italian form of Latin Fortunatus, meaning "fortunate."
Fortunata - Feminine form of Italian Fortunato, meaning "fortunate."
Forrest - English surname transferred to forename use, meaning "lives in or by an enclosed wood."
Forest - Variant spelling of English Forrest, meaning "lives in or by an enclosed wood."
Ford - English surname transferred to forename use, from the Old English word ford, meaning "ford, river crossing."
Forbes - Scottish surname transferred to forename use, derived from the Gaelic word forba, meaning "district, field." 
Fonzie - Pet form of English Alfonzo, meaning "noble and ready."
Fonz - Short form of English Alfonzo, meaning "noble and ready."
Fonso -  Romani form of Italian/Spanish Alfonso, meaning "noble and ready."
Fonsie - Pet form of Italian/Spanish Alfonso, meaning "noble and ready."
Fons - Short form of Italian/Spanish Alfonso, meaning "noble and ready."
Foma - Russian form of Greek Thōmas, meaning "twin."
Folquet - Provençal form of French Foulques, meaning "people, tribe."
Folkvarthr -  Variant spelling of Old Norse Folkvarðr, meaning "guardian of the people."
Folkvardr - Variant spelling of Old Norse Folkvarðr, meaning "guardian of the people."
Folkvarðr - Old Norse name composed of the elements folk "people, tribe," and varðr "guard," hence "guardian of the people."
Folkvar - Contracted form of Old Norse Folkvarðr, meaning "guardian of the people."
Folki - Old Norse name, originally a short form of longer names containing folk, meaning "people, tribe."
Folke - Scandinavian form of Old Norse Folki, meaning "people, tribe." 
Foley - Irish surname transferred to forename use, derived from an Anglicized form of Gaelic Ó Foghladha "descendant of Foghlaidh," hence "pirate, plunderer." 
Folant - Welsh form of Latin Valentinus, meaning "healthy, strong."
Folami - African Yoruba name meaning "respect and honor me."
Foka - Russian form of Latin Phocas, meaning "seal (the mammal)." 
Foirtchern - Irish form of English Vortigern, possibly meaning "high lord" or "overlord." In use by the Scottish.
Foghlaidh - Irish Gaelic byname meaning "pirate, plunderer."
Flynn - Irish surname transferred to forename use, from an Anglicized form of Gaelic Ó Floinn, meaning "descendant of Flann," hence "red, ruddy."
Flutura - Albanian name meaning "butterfly."
Floyd - Variant form of Welsh Lloyd, meaning "gray-haired."
Flower - English name derived from the vocabulary word, "flower," from Proto-Indo-European *bhlo-, meaning "to blossom, flourish."
Flossie - English pet form of English/French Florence, meaning "blossoming."
Florry - Variant spelling of English Florrie, meaning "blossoming." Compare with masculine Florry.
Florrie -  English pet form of English/French Florence, meaning "blossoming."
Florine - Pet form of Roman Latin Flora, meaning "flower."
Florinda - English elaborated form of Roman Latin Flora, meaning "flower."
Florin - Romanian form of Roman Latin Florian, meaning "flower."
Florica -  Romani name perhaps derived from the Romanian word Floarea, meaning "flower." 
Florianus - Roman name derived from Latin flos, meaning "flower."
Floriano - Italian form of Roman Latin Florian, meaning "flower."
Floriana - Feminine form of Italian Floriano, meaning "flower."
Florian - Short form of Roman Latin Florianus, meaning "flower."
Flori - Variant spelling of English Florrie, meaning "flower." 
Florette - English variant spelling of French Fleurette, meaning "little flower."
Floretta - Diminutive form of Roman Latin Flora, meaning "little flower."
Florenz - German form of Latin Florentius, meaning "blossoming."
Florentxi - Basque feminine form of Latin Florentius, meaning "blossoming."
Florentiy - Russian form of Latin Florentius, meaning "blossoming."
Florentius - Latin name derived from the word florens, meaning "blossoming."
Florentino - Italian form of Latin Florentius, meaning "blossoming."
Florentina - Feminine form of Italian Florentino, meaning "blossoming."
Florentin - French form of Latin Florentius, meaning "blossoming."
Florentia - Feminine form of Latin Florentius, meaning "blossoming."
Florence - English and French feminine form of Latin Florentius, meaning "blossoming." Compare with masculine Florence.
Flor - English variant spelling of French Fleur, or perhaps just a short form of Latin Flora, both meaning "flower."
Floella - Modern English compound name composed of Flo "blossoming/flower" and Ella "foreign; the other." 
Flo - Short form of English/French Florence "blossoming" and Latin Flora "flower."
Flint -   English name derived from the Old English/Low German word, flint, meaning "stone splinter," originally used as a byname for someone "hard and tough as flint."
Flicka - Pet form of English Felicity, meaning "happy" or "lucky."
Flick - Pet form of English Felicity, meaning "happy" or "lucky."
Fleuretta - Variant spelling of French Fleurette, meaning "little flower."
Fleur - French form of Roman Latin Flora, meaning "flower." The English word "Flower" is also occasionally used as a personal name.
Fletcher - English occupational surname transferred to forename use, from Old French flechier (from Germanic fleche "arrow"), meaning "maker of arrows."
Flemming - Medieval Danish byname transferred to surname and finally forename use, meaning "from Flanders."
Flavius - Roman gens name derived from Latin flavus ("yellow"), meaning "yellow hair."
Flaviu - Romanian form of Roman Latin Flavius, meaning "yellow hair."
Flavie - French form of Roman Latin Flavia, meaning "yellow hair."
Flavian - Variant form of Roman Latin Flavius, meaning "yellow hair."
Flannghal - Irish Gaelic name composed of the elements Flann "red, ruddy" and gal "valor," hence "red valor."
Flannery - Irish surname transferred to forename use, from an Anglicized form of Gaelic Ó Flannabhra "descendant of Flannabhra," hence "red eyebrows."
Flannchadh - Irish Gaelic name composed of the elements Flann "red, ruddy" and cath "battle, war," hence "red warrior."
Flannabhra - Irish Gaelic name meaning "red eyebrows."
Flannán - Diminutive form of Irish Gaelic Flann, meaning "little red one."
Flann - Traditional Irish name derived from Gaelic Floin, meaning "red, ruddy."
Flamur - Albanian name meaning "flag."
Flaithrí - Irish Gaelic name composed of the elements flaith (Gaelic flath) "chief, prince" and rí (the Old Irish form of rígh) "king," hence "prince-king."
Flóra - Hungarian form of Latin Flora, meaning "flower."
Flávia - Portuguese form of Roman Latin Flavia, meaning "yellow hair."
Fizza - Variant spelling of Arabic Fidda, meaning "silver."
Fitzroy - Irish name derived from an Anglo-Norman French surname, meaning "illegitimate son of the king."
Fitz - Short form of Irish Fitzroy, meaning "illegitimate son of the king."
Fitore - Albanian form of Latin Victor, meaning "conqueror."
Fisnik - Albanian name meaning "gallant; noble; generous."
Fishke - Variant spelling of Yiddish Fishel, meaning "little fish."
Fishel - Yiddish name meaning "little fish."
Firuza - Feminine form of Arabic Firuz, meaning "victorious."
Firoz - Variant spelling of Arabic Firuz, meaning "victorious."
Firminus - Latin name derived from the word firmus, meaning "firm, steadfast."
Firmino - Italian form of Latin Firminus, meaning "firm, steadfast."
Firmin - French name derived from Latin Firminus, meaning "firm, steadfast."
Firenze - Hungarian form of English/French Florence, meaning "blossoming."
Firdos - Variant spelling of Arabic Firdaus, meaning "paradise."
Fiorenzo - Italian form of Latin Florentius, meaning "blossoming."
Fiorenza - Feminine form of Italian Fiorenzo, meaning "blossoming."
Fiorello - Masculine diminutive form of Italian unisex Fiore, meaning "little flower." Fiorella is the feminine form.
Fiorella - Feminine diminutive form of Italian unisex Fiore ("flower"), meaning "little flower." Fiorello is the masculine form.
Fiore - Medieval Italian unisex name derived from the word fiore, meaning "flower."
Fioralba - Italian name composed of the elements fiore "flower" and alba "dawn," meaning "flower of dawn."
Fiontan - Irish Gaelic name composed of the elements fionn "white" and tine "fire," hence "white fire." 
Fionola - Anglicized form of Scottish Gaelic Fionnghuala, meaning "white shoulder."
Fionnuala - Modern form of Irish Gaelic Fionnghuala, meaning "white shoulder."
Fionntán - Variant form of Irish Gaelic Fiontan, meaning "white fire." 
Fionnlagh - Gaelic name composed of the elements Fionn "fair, white" and laoch "champion, hero," hence "white champion." This is the conventional translation; however, there used to be an old Gaelic word lagh (now obsolete) that was borrowed from the Old English term iar lagh (iar "set, ready" + lagh "law"); therefore, this name could have originally meant "white law(man)."
Fionnghuala - Gaelic name composed of the elements fionn "fair, white" and guala "shoulder," hence "white shoulder." In Irish mythology, this is the name of one of the children of Lir who were turned into swans for 900 years. 
Fionnghall - Gaelic name composed of the elements Fionn "fair, white" and gal "valor," hence "white valor."
Fionnbharr - Variant spelling of Gaelic Fionnbarr, meaning "fair-headed."
Fionnbarra - Variant spelling of Gaelic Fionnbarr, meaning "fair-headed."
Fionnbarr - Gaelic name composed of the elements Fionn "white" and bàrr (Old Irish barr) "head, top," hence "fair-headed."
Fionnaghuala - Variant spelling of Irish Gaelic Fionnghuala, meaning "white shoulder."
Fionnaghal - Variant spelling of Scottish Gaelic Fionnghuala, meaning "white shoulder."
Fionnagán - Double diminutive of Gaelic Fionn, meaning "tiny little white one."
Fionn - Modern Gaelic form of Old Irish Finn, meaning "fair, white." 
Fion - Variant spelling of Gaelic Fionn, meaning "fair, white."
Finuala - Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Fionnghuala, meaning "white shoulder."
Fintan - Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Fiontan, meaning "white fire."
Finola - Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Fionnghuala, meaning "white shoulder."
Fino - Short form of Italian Serafino, meaning "burning one" or "serpent." Also used as a short form of other names ending with -fino. The feminine form is Fina.
Finnr - Old Norse name which may have originally been an ethnic byname for someone "from Finland."
Finnian - Irish Anglicized form of Gaelic Finnén, meaning"little white one."
Finnguala - Variant spelling of Irish Gaelic Fionnghuala, meaning "white shoulder."
Finnegan - Irish surname transferred to forename use, from an Anglicized form of Gaelic Ó Fionnagáin "descendant of Fionnagán," hence "tiny little white one."
Finnén - Gaelic name composed of Old Irish Finn "white" and a diminutive suffix, hence "little white one." 
Finn -   Old Irish form of modern Gaelic Fionn, meaning "fair, white." In Irish legend, this is the name of a hero, Finn MacCool, who became all-knowing after eating a magic salmon.
Finley - Scottish Anglicized form of Gaelic Fionnlagh, meaning "white champion."
Finlay - Variant spelling of English Finley, meaning "white champion."
Finian - Variant spelling of English Finnian, meaning"little white one."
Fingall - Variant spelling of English Fingal, meaning "white valor."
Fingal - Scottish Anglicized form of Gaelic Fionnghall, meaning "white valor."
Finella - Scottish Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Fionnghuala, meaning "white shoulder."
Findlay - Variant spelling of English Finley, meaning "white champion." 
Findlaech - Old Irish form of Gaelic Fionnlagh, meaning "white champion."
Finbarr - Variant spelling of English Finbar, meaning "fair-headed."
Finbar - Irish Anglicized form of Gaelic Fionnbarr, meaning "fair-headed."
Fina - Short form of Italian Serafina, meaning "burning one" or "serpent." Also used as a short form of other names ending with -fina. The masculine form is Fino.
Filumena - Italian form of Greek Philomena, meaning "friend of ease."
Filomena - Variant spelling of Italian Filumena, meaning "friend of ease."
Fillipo - Variant spelling of Italian Filippo, meaning "lover of horses."
Fillin - Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Faolán, meaning "little wolf."
Filips - Latvian form of Greek Philippos, meaning "lover of horses."
Filippus - Dutch form of Latin Philippus, meaning "lover of horses."
Filippo - Italian form of Latin Philippus, meaning "lover of horses."
Filippa - Feminine form of Russian Filipp, meaning "lover of horses."
Filipp - Russian form of Greek Philippos, meaning "lover of horses."
Filipo - Variant spelling of Italian Filippo, meaning "lover of horses."
Filipe - Portuguese form of Latin Philippus, meaning "lover of horses."
Filipa - Feminine form of Serbian Filip, meaning "lover of horses."
Filip - Serbian form of Greek Philippos, meaning "lover of horses."
Filimor - Norman French name composed of the Germanic elements filu "very" and mári "famous," hence "very famous."
Filiberto - Italian form of Latin Filbertus, meaning "very bright."
Filibert - French form of German Filabert, meaning "very bright."
Filbertus - Latin form of German Filabert, meaning "very bright." 
Filberto - Italian form of Latin Filbertus, meaning "very bright."
Filbert - English form of Latin Filbertus, meaning "very bright."
Filat - Pet form of Russian Feofilakt, meaning "God-guard."
Filander - Variant spelling of English Philander, meaning "with love for people."
Filabert - Medieval German name composed of the elements fila "much" and berht "bright, famous," hence "very bright."
Fikriyya - Feminine form of Arabic Fikri, meaning "intellectual."
Fikri - Arabic name meaning "intellectual."
Fihr - Arabic name meaning "stone pestle."
Fifika -  Possibly a Romani form ofFrench Fifi, meaning "(God) shall add (another son)." 
Fifi - Pet form of French Joséphine, meaning "(God) shall add (another son)." 
Fife - Scottish surname transferred to forename use, meaning "from Fife," a place said to have gotten its name from the legendary Pictish hero Fib.
Fiera - Esperanto name meaning "proud."
Fido - Latin name meaning "I trust." Once a popular name for dogs. 
Fidelma - Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Féidhelm, possibly meaning "hospitable."
Fidelis - Latin name meaning "faithful."
Fidelia - Feminine form of Spanish Fidel, meaning "faithful."
Fidel - Spanish form of Latin Fidelis, meaning "faithful."
Fidda - Arabic name meaning "silver."
Fidan - Turkish name meaning "sapling."
Fick - Pet form of Frisian Freddercke, meaning "peaceful ruler."
Fib - Scottish (Pictish) name meaning "poet." In legend, this is the name of a Pictish hero after whom the kingdom of Fib (later known as Fife) was named.
Fiammetta - Italian name composed of the word fiamma "fire" and a diminutive suffix, meaning "little fire."
Fiacre - French form of Irish Gaelic Fiachra, meaning "raven."
Fiachra - Irish name derived from Gaelic fiach, meaning "raven." In mythology, this is the name of one of the children Lir turned into swans for 900 years.
Fiachna - Variant form of Irish Fiachra, meaning "raven."
Fhina - Celtic name meaning "wine." In mythology, this is another name belonging to the goddess Crobh Dearg.
Ffumbe - Variant spelling of African Ganda Fumbe, meaning "civet cat."
Ffraid - Welsh name for Irish Bríghid, meaning "exalted one."
Ffion - Welsh form of Irish Gaelic Fíona, meaning "vine."
Feygl - Yiddish translation of Hebrew Tsipporah, derived from the vocabulary word foygl, meaning "bird." 
Fetije - Possibly a pet form of Albanian Fatjeta, meaning "lucky."
Fester - Low German pet form of Latin Silvester, meaning "from the forest."
Ferruccio - Pet form of Italian Ferro, meaning "iron."
Ferro - Old Italian byname for someone with a strong physique, meaning "iron."
Ferrer - From a Catalan occupational surname meaning "blacksmith." Once popular with Catholics who gave the name in honor of the Valencian saint Vicente Ferrer.
Ferrant - Variant spelling of French Ferrand, meaning "ardent for peace."
Ferrand - Old French form of Visigothic Frithnanth, meaning "ardent for peace."
Ferran - Catalan form of Spanish Fernándo, meaning "ardent for peace."
Ferrão - Portuguese form of Visigothic Frithnanth, meaning "ardent for peace."
Feroze - Persian form of Arabic Firuz, meaning "victorious."
Ferox - Latin name meaning "the arrogant one" or "the obstinate one."
Ferne - Variant spelling of English Fern, meaning "fern."
Fernande - Feminine form of French Fernand, meaning "ardent for peace."
Fernand - French form of Spanish Fernándo, meaning "ardent for peace."
Fernão - Portuguese form of Visigothic Frithnanth, meaning "ardent for peace."
Fernándo - Spanish form of Visigothic Frithnanth, meaning "ardent for peace."
Fernánda - Feminine form of Spanish Fernándo, meaning "ardent for peace."
Fernán - Short form of Spanish Fernándo, meaning "ardent for peace."
Fern - English name derived from the vocabulary word fern, from Old English fearn, meaning "fern," a type of leafy plant. The name was first used in the 19th century when flower, plant or other "dainty" names were popular.
Fermín - Spanish form of Latin Firminus, meaning "firm, steadfast."
Ferkó - Pet form of Hungarian Ferenc, meaning "French."
Feri - Pet form of Hungarian Ferenc, meaning "French."
Fergus - Irish and Scottish Anglicized form of Gaelic Fearghus, meaning "strong-man." In Irish mythology, this was the name an Ulster hero.
Fergie - Pet form of English Fergus, meaning "strong-man."
Fergal - Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Fearghal, meaning "man of valor."
Ferenc - Hungarian form of Latin Franciscus, meaning "French."
Ferdynand - Polish form of Visigothic Frithnanth, meaning "ardent for peace."
Ferdy - Pet form of English Ferdinand, meaning "ardent for peace."
Ferdinanda - Feminine form of Italian Ferdinando, meaning "ardent for peace."
Ferdinand -   Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Fearghus, meaning "strong-man."
Ferdie - Pet form of English Ferdinand, meaning "ardent for peace."
Ferd - Short form of English Ferdinand, meaning "ardent for peace."
Ferapont - Russian form of Greek Therapon, meaning "servant, worshiper."
Feofilakt - Russian form of Greek Theophylaktos, meaning "God-guard."
Feofil - Russian form of Latin Theophilus, meaning "God-friend."
Feofan - Russian form of Greek Theophanes, meaning "manifestation of God."
Feodot - Russian form of Greek Theodotos, meaning "god-given."
Feodosiy - Russian form of Latin Theodosius, meaning "god-giving."
Feodora - Feminine form of Russian Feodor, meaning "gift of God."
Feodor - Variant spelling of Russian Fyodor, meaning "gift of God."
Fenuku - Egyptian name meaning "born late."
Fenton - English surname transferred to forename use, composed of the Old English elements fenn "fen, marsh" and tun "enclosure, settlement," hence "marsh settlement."
Fenris - Usually said to be an Anglicized form of Old Norse Fenrisúlfr, but according to Sophus Bugge, author of The Home of The Eddic Poems, this name, as well as Fenrir, probably originated with Norsemen under the influence of Christianity, and was a word for "hell" and only later took on the meaning "swamp." 
Fenrir - Usually said to be an Anglicized form of Old Norse Fenrisúlfr, but according to Sophus Bugge, author of The Home of The Eddic Poems, this name, as well as Fenris, probably originated with Norsemen under the influence of Christianity, and was a word for "hell" and only later took on the meaning "swamp."
Fengge - Chinese name meaning "phoenix pavilion."
Feng - Chinese name meaning "galloping horse" or "wind."
Fenfang - Chinese name meaning "fragrant."
Fenella - Scottish Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Fionnghuala, meaning "whiteshoulder." 
Fen - Chinese name meaning "fragrance."
Femke - Dutch name meaning "peace."
Femi - Egyptian name meaning "love."
Felyse - Medieval English form of Latin Felix, meaning "happy" or "lucky."
Felisha - English form of Latin Felicia, meaning "happy" or "lucky."
Felise - English variant spelling of French Felice, meaning "happy" or "lucky."
Felisa - Italian form of Latin Felicia, meaning "happy" or "lucky."
Felis -   Chamoru name meaning "happy."
Felipina - Pet form of Spanish Felipa, meaning "lover of horses."
Felipe - Spanish form of Latin Philippus, meaning "lover of horses."
Felipa - Feminine form of Spanish Felipe, meaning "lover of horses."
Felip - Catalan form of Latin Philippus, meaning "lover of horses."
Felina - English name derived from the Latin word felinus, meaning "cat-like."
Felim - Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Féidhlim, possibly meaning "ever good."
Felicyta - Polish form of Roman Latin Felicitas, meaning "fortune; good luck."
Felicjan - Polish form of Roman Latin Felicianus, meaning "happy" or "lucky."
Felicja - Feminine form of Polish Felicjan, meaning "happy" or "lucky."
Felicity - English form of French Félicie, meaning "happy" or "lucky."
Felicienne - Feminine form of French Felicien, meaning "happy" or "lucky."
Felicien - French form of Roman Latin Felicianus, meaning "happy" or "lucky."
Felicidade - Portuguese form of Roman Latin Felicitas, meaning "fortune; good luck."
Felicidad - Spanish form of Roman Latin Felicitas, meaning "fortune; good luck."
Felicianus - Roman name derived from Latin Felix, meaning "happy" or "lucky."
Feliciano - Italian, Portuguese and Spanish form of Roman Latin Felicianus, meaning "happy" or "lucky."
Feliciana - Feminine form of Roman Latin Felicianus, meaning "happy" or "lucky." In use by the Spanish and Portuguese.
Felice - French form of Latin Felicia, meaning "happy" or "lucky." Compare with masculine Felice.
Felícian - Hungarian form of Latin Feliciana, meaning "happy" or "lucky."
Felícia - Hungarian form of Latin Felicia, meaning "happy" or "lucky."
Fekla - Russian form of Greek Thekla, meaning "glory of God."
Feiwel - Variant spelling of Yiddish Feivel, meaning "shining one."
Feivel - Yiddish form of Latin Phoebus, meaning "shining one."
Feigel - Variant spelling of Yiddish Feygl, meaning "bird."
Feige - Yiddish name derived from the word fayg, meaning "fig."
Feiga - Variant spelling of Yiddish Feige, meaning "fig."
Feichín - Old Irish Gaelic name composed of fiach "raven, and a diminutive suffix, hence "little raven."
Feibush -  Variant form of Yiddish Feivel, meaning "shining one."
Feetrikki - Finnish form of Old High German Friedrich, meaning "peaceful ruler."
Fedya - Pet form of Russian Fyodor, meaning "gift of God."
Fedot - Contracted form of Russian Feodot, meaning "God-given."
Fedir - Ukrainian form of Russian Fedar, meaning "gift of God."
Federigo - Italian form of Latin Fredericus, meaning "peaceful ruler."
Federico - Italian and Spanish form of Latin Fredericus, meaning "peaceful ruler."
Federica - Italian feminine form of Italian/Spanish Federico, meaning "peaceful ruler."
Fedelma - Variant spelling of English Fidelma, meaning "hospitable."
Fede - Basque name meaning "faith."
Fedde - Pet form of Frisian Freddercke, meaning "peaceful ruler." Also used as a pet form of other Frisian names beginning with frid, meaning "peace."
Fedar - Variant spelling of Russian Fedor, meaning "gift of God."
Feck - Pet form of Frisian Freddercke, meaning "peaceful ruler."
Fechín - Variant spelling of Irish Gaelic Feichín, meaning "little raven."
Fearghus - Gaelic name composed of the elements fear "man" and gus "ability, strength, vigor," hence "strong-man."
Fearghas - Variant spelling of Gaelic Fearghus, meaning "strong-man." 
Fearghal - Gaelic name composed of the elements fear "man" and gal "valor," hence "man of valor."
Feardorcha - Gaelic name composed of the elements fear "man" and dorcha "dark," hence "dark man."
Fearchar - Gaelic name composed of the elements fear "man" and char "dear," hence "dear man."
Faysal - Arabic name meaning "judge."
Fayruz - Arabic gem name derived from the Persian word firouzeh, meaning "turquoise." 
Fayiz - Arabic name meaning "victor."
Faye - Variant spelling of English Fay, meaning "fairy."
Fawziyya - Feminine form of Arabic Fawzi, meaning "triumph."
Fawzi - Arabic name meaning "triumph."
Fawna - Variant spelling of English Fawn, meaning "baby deer."
Fawn - English name derived from the vocabulary word fawn, meaning "baby deer."
Fawke - Altered form of medieval English Fulke, meaning "tribe."
Faustus - Roman Latin name meaning "lucky."
Faustulus - A derivative of Roman Latin Faustus, meaning "lucky." In mythology, this is the name of the shepherd who found and raised the twin infants Romulus and Remus.
Fausto - Italian, Portuguese and Spanish form of Roman Latin Faustus, meaning "lucky."
Faustinus - A derivative of Roman Latin Faustus, meaning "lucky."
Faustino - Italian, Portuguese and Spanish form of Roman Latin Faustinus, meaning "lucky."
Faustina - Feminine form of Roman Latin Faustinus, meaning "lucky."
Fausta - Feminine form of Roman Latin Faustus, meaning "lucky."
Faust - Short form of Roman Latin Faustus, meaning "lucky." In the German classic legend, Faust was a character who made a pact with the Devil.
Faunus - Roman Latin name meaning "to favor." In mythology, this is the name of the father of Fauna and Latinus by the nymph Marica who was also sometimes said to be his mother. His Greek name is Pan. 
Fauna - Feminine form of Roman Latin Faunus, meaning "to favor." This is an alternate name for several mythological characters including Marica, Ops, and Terra.
Fatos - Albanian name meaning "daring."
Faton - Variant spelling of Albanian Fatjon, meaning "our destiny; our fortune."
Fatmire - Feminine form of Albanian Fatmir, meaning "lucky."
Fatmir - Albanian name derived from the word fatmirë, meaning "lucky."
Fatma - Contracted form of Arabic Fatima, meaning "abstainer."
Fatlum - Albanian name meaning "fortunate."
Fatlinda - Albanian name meaning "lucky birth."
Fatlind - Albanian name meaning "lucky birth."
Fatjona - Albanian name meaning "our destiny; our fortune."
Fatjon - Albanian name meaning "our destiny; our fortune." 
Fatjeta - Albanian name meaning "lucky."
Fatin - Arabic name meaning "fascinating, seductive."
Fatime - Albanian form of Arabic Fatima, meaning "abstainer." 
Fatimá - Portuguese form of Arabic Fatima, meaning "abstainer." 
Fathiyya - Feminine form of Arabic Fathi, meaning "conqueror."
Fathi - Arabic name meaning "conqueror."
Fastred - Germanic name composed of the elements fast "firm" and rad "counsel," hence "firm counsel."
Faruq - Arabic name meaning "one who can tell right from wrong."
Farrell - Irish surname transferred to forename use, from an Anglicized form of Gaelic Ó Fearghail "descendant of Fearghal," hence "man of valor."
Farran - English surname transferred to forename use, from the French name Ferrand, meaning "ardent for peace." 
Farrah - Variant spelling of Arabic Farah, meaning "joy."
Farquhar - Scottish Anglicized form of Gaelic Fearchar, meaning "dear man."
Farouk - Variant spelling of Arabic Faruq, meaning "one who can tell right from wrong."
Farooq - Variant spelling of Arabic Faruq, meaning "one who can tell right from wrong."
Faron - Variant spelling of English Farran, meaning "ardent for peace."
Farley - English habitational surname transferred to unisex forename use, composed of the Old English elements fearn "fern" and leah "clearing, meadow," hence "fern meadow."
Faris - Arabic name meaning "knight."
Fariha - Arabic name meaning "happy."
Faridoon - Persian legend name of a king, meaning "thrice strong."
Fareed - Variant spelling of Arabic Farid, meaning "unique."
Faramundo - Italian and Spanish form of German Faramund, meaning "journey protection."
Faramund - German name composed of the elements fara "journey" and mund "protection," hence "journey protection."
Faramond - Later spelling of Old High German Faramund, meaning "journey protection."
Farai - African Shona name meaning "rejoice."
Farah - Arabic name meaning "joy."
Farag - Variant spelling of Arabic Faraj, meaning "improvement."
Faolán - Irish Gaelic name composed of the word faol "wolf" and a diminutive suffix, hence "little wolf."
Fanny - Pet form of English Frances, meaning "French." 
Fanni - Variant spelling of English Fanny, meaning "French."
Fang - Chinese unisex name meaning "fragrance" for girls and "honest and upright" for boys.
Fane - Pet form of Romanian Ştefan, meaning "crown."
Fancy - English name derived from the vocabulary word fancy, which is a contracted form of fantasy, meaning "desire, inclination, whim."
Falkor - Perhaps a modern form of Icelandic Fylkir, meaning "people, tribe." 
Falk - Jewish name derived from the Yiddish word falk, meaning "falcon."
Fakhriyya - Feminine form of Arabic Fakhri, meaning "honorary."
Fakhri - Arabic name meaning "honorary."
Fajra - Esperanto name meaning "fiery."
Faizel - Variant spelling of Arabic Faysal, meaning "judge."
Faivish - Variant spelling of Yiddish Feibush, meaning "shining one." 
Faithe - Variant spelling of English Faith, meaning "faith." 
Faith - English name derived from the vocabulary word "faith." It is one of the Puritan virtue names; some others are Charity, Chastity, Honor, Hope, and Prudence. 
Fairuza - English name derived from the Persian word firouzeh, meaning "turquoise." 
Fairuz - Variant spelling of Arabic Fayruz, meaning "turquoise."
Faina - Russian name meaning "light." 
Faigel - Variant spelling of Yiddish Feigel, meaning "bird." 
Faiga - Variant spelling of Yiddish Feiga, meaning "fig."
Fahmida - Urdu form of Arabic Fahima, meaning "scholarly, wise."
Fahima - Feminine form of Arabic Fahim, meaning "scholarly, wise."
Fahim - Arabic name meaning "scholarly, wise."
Fahd - Arabic name meaning "lynx, panther."
Fae - Variant spelling of English Fay, meaning "fairy."
Fadl - Variant spelling of Arabic Fadil, meaning "generous, virtuous."
Fadila - Feminine form of Arabic Fadil, meaning "generous, virtuous."
Fadil - Arabic name meaning "generous, virtuous."
Fadia - Feminine form of Arabic Fadi, meaning "savior."
Fadi - Arabic name, meaning "savior."
Fadei - Variant spelling of Russian Faddei, meaning "courageous."
Faddei - Russian form of Greek Thaddaios, meaning "courageous."
Fachtna - Irish Gaelic name possibly meaning "hostile, malicious." In Irish legend, this is the name of the father of Conchobhar.
Fabrizio - Italian form of Roman Latin Fabricius, meaning "craftsman."
Fabrizia - Feminine form of Italian Fabrizio, meaning "craftsman."
Fabricius - Roman family name derived from Latin faber, meaning "craftsman, smith."
Fabricio - Spanish form of Roman Latin Fabricius, meaning "craftsman."
Fabius - Roman name derived from Latin faba, meaning "bean."
Fabiola - Diminutive form of Latin Fabia, meaning "little bean."
Fabio - Italian name derived from Roman Latin Fabius, meaning "bean."
Fabienne - Feminine form of French Fabien, meaning "like Fabius."
Fabien - French form of Latin Fabianus, meaning "like Fabius." 
Fabianus - Latin name, meaning "like Fabius."
Fabiano - Italian form of Latin Fabianus, meaning "like Fabius." 
Fabianna - Variant spelling of Latin Fabiana, meaning "like Fabius."
Fabiana - Feminine form of Latin Fabianus, meaning "like Fabius."
Fabia - Feminine form of Latin Fabius, meaning "bean."
Fabião - Portuguese form of Latin Fabianus, meaning "like Fabius." 
Fabó - Pet form of Hungarian Fábián, meaning "like Fabius." 
Faas - Dutch form of German Fastred, meaning "firm counsel."
Fa - Chinese name meaning "setting off."
Fülöp - Hungarian form of English Philip, meaning "lover of horses."
Fíona - Irish Gaelic name meaning "vine."
Fíne - Variant spelling of Irish Gaelic Fíona, meaning "vine."
Félix - French form of Latin Felix, meaning "happy" or "lucky."
Félicité - French unisex form of Latin Felix, meaning "happy" or "lucky."
Félicie - Feminine form of French unisex Félicité, meaning "happy" or "lucky."
Féidhlimidh - Irish Gaelic name, possibly derived from the word féile, meaning "hospitable."
Féidhlim - Short form of Irish Gaelic Féidhlimidh, possibly meaning "hospitable."
Féidhelm - Feminine form of Irish Gaelic Féidhlim, possibly meaning "hospitable." In Irish legend, this was the name of a daughter of Conchobhar.
Fédora - Feminine form of Russian Fédor, meaning "gift of God."
Fédor - Variant form of Russian Fyodor, meaning "gift of God."
Fáfnir - Old Norse mythname of a dwarf who transformed into a dragon, the symbol of greed. Also called Fraener.
Fáelán - Variant spelling of Irish Gaelic Faolán, meaning "little wolf."
Fabián - Spanish form of Latin Fabianus, meaning "like Fabius." 
Felicitás - Hungarian form of Roman Latin Felicitas, meaning "fortune; good luck."
Felìcita - Italian form of Roman Latin Felicitas, meaning "fortune; good luck."
Fëdor - Estonian form of Russian Fédor, meaning "gift of God."
Flavia - Feminine form of Roman Latin Flavius, meaning "yellow hair."
Felice - Italian form of Latin Felix, meaning "happy" or "lucky." Compare with feminine Felice.
Flora -   Anglicized form of Scottish Gaelic Fionnaghal, meaning "white shoulder."
Félicité - French unisex form of Latin Felix, meaning "happy" or "lucky."
Feliks (russian - Феликс): Polish and Russian form of Latin Felix, meaning "happy" or "lucky."
Felix - Latin name meaning "happy" or "lucky." In the bible, this is the name of a Roman procurator of Judea.
Femi - Short form of African Yoruba Olufemi, meaning "God loves me." 
Fenrisúlfr - In mythology, this is the name of a wolf, the son of Loki and the giantess Angrboða, popularly translated "swamp wolf," but probably originally meaning "wolf of hell." According to Sophus Bugge, author of The Home of The Eddic Poems, this name cannot possibly mean "swamp wolf," for there does not exist in Old Norse any derivative endings as -rir, or -ris. He believes Fenrir and Fenris arose under the influence of Christian conceptions of the devil as lupus infernus, combined with tales of the Behemoth and the beast of the Apocalypse, and was altered in form in accordance with popular Old Norse etymology. He compares Old Norse fern from Latin infernus to Old Saxon fern which was derived from Latin infernum, and explains that Fenrir and Fenris must have been formed from *Fernir from fern using the endings -ir and gen. -is, both of which were very much used in mythical names, including names of giants. He goes on to explain that the later connection with fen ("fen, swamp, mire") was natural, for hell and lower regions, such as the abyss, are often connected by imagination just as they still are today.
Fenrisúlfur - Icelandic form of Old Norse Fenrisúlfr, popularly translated "swamp wolf," but probably originally meaning "wolf of hell."
Fu - Chinese unisex name meaning 1) "husband, man, master," 2) "lotus" or 3) "wealthy."
Fiore - Medieval Italian unisex name derived from the word fiore, meaning "flower."
Flavio - Italian and Spanish form of Roman Latin Flavius, meaning "yellow hair."
Florence - Compare with feminine Florence. Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Flaithrí, meaning "prince-king."
Florry - Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Flaithrí, meaning "prince-king." Compare with feminine Florry.
Flurry -  English unisex name derived from the vocabulary word meaning "snow squall."
Fábián - Hungarian form of Latin Fabianus, meaning "like Fabius." 
Fabian - English form of Latin Fabianus, meaning "like Fabius." 
Fëdora - Feminine form of Estonian Fëdor, meaning "gift of God."
Felicia - Feminine form of Latin Felix, meaning "happy" or "lucky."
Felicie - German feminine form of Latin Felix, meaning "happy" or "lucky."
Felicitas - Roman myth name of a goddess of good luck, derived from the Latin word felicitas, meaning "fortune; good luck."
Fang - Chinese unisex name meaning "fragrance" for girls and "honest and upright" for boys.
Franc - French form of Latin Franciscus, meaning "French."
Farley - English habitational surname transferred to unisex forename use, composed of the Old English elements fearn "fern" and leah "clearing, meadow," hence "fern meadow."
Frankie - Unisex pet form of English Frances and Francis, both meaning "French."
Freddie - Unisex pet form of English Frederick and Latin Frederica, both meaning "peaceful ruler."
Fiona - Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Fíona, meaning "vine."

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