Submitted Names Starting with F

gender
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Friedel m & f Dutch (Rare), Flemish (Rare), German, Yiddish
Dutch, Flemish and German short form of Fridolin and its feminine forms Fridolina and Fridoline.... [more]
Friedelinde f German
From the Germanic name elements frid meaning "peace" and LIND meaning "linden tree, lime; shield (made of lime wood); gentle, soft".
Friedericke f German
Feminine form of Friedrich.
Friedhard m German
Modern German form of Fridehard.
Friedl m & f German (Austrian)
Austrian German and Bavarian German diminutive of names that contain the Germanic element frid meaning "peace", such as Friedrich (for men) and Friederike (for women)... [more]
Friedlieb m German (Archaic)
German form of the ancient Germanic name Friduleib, which consists of the Germanic elements frid meaning "peace" and leub meaning "dear, beloved" (see Gottlieb).... [more]
Friedmar m German
Originally an Old High German name, derived from the elements frid "peace" and mari "famous".
Friedo m German, Dutch (Rare)
Short form of masculine names that contain the Germanic element frid meaning "peace", such as Friedhelm and Friedrich.... [more]
Friedolf m German
Variant of Fridolf.
Friedrun f German
A dithematic name formed from the Germanic name elements frid "peace" and run "rune".
Friend m English (American, Rare)
From the English word friend meaning "a person whom one knows and with whom one has a bond of mutual affection".
Frieza m Popular Culture
Frieza was a villain in Dragon ball z, and also he was voiced by a woman. His name means "FROZEN HEART" in Dbz, but its true meaning im not sure of.
Frigga f Norse Mythology
Anglicized form of Frigg. It has occasionally been used as a Swedish given name (first documented in 1834), sometimes as a diminutive of Fredrika (compare Fricke).
Friida f Finnish
Finnish variant of Frida.
Frija f Frisian
Frisian form of Freya.
Frija f Germanic Mythology
Southern Germanic form of Frigg via Frigga.
Frijn m Medieval Dutch
Medieval short form of Severijn, which is nowadays almost exclusively found as a surname in The Netherlands.
Frikk m Norwegian
Norwegian short form of Fredrik.
Friksas m Lithuanian
Lithuanian form of Phrixos (see Phrixus).
Frima f Jewish, Yiddish
Variant of Fruma.
Frimann m Norwegian
Norwegian form of Friedemann.
Frimcha f Yiddish
Diminutive of Fruma.
Frimet f Yiddish
Presumably a (Polish?) Yiddish name related to Frima, found in documents from the early 1800s regarding contemporary Yiddish-speakers in Poland.
Frimetta f Yiddish
Yiddish diminutive of Frima.
Frimmy f Yiddish
Diminutive of Fruma.
Frimy f Yiddish
Diminutive of Fruma.
Frin m Limburgish
Limburgish short form of Severinus, see also Frijn.
Frina f Russian
Russian form of Phryne.
Frine f Italian, Basque, Catalan
Italian, Basque and Catalan form of Phryne.
Frini f Greek
Modern Greek form of Phryne.
Frínico m Spanish
Spanish form of Phrynichus.
Frinico m Italian
Italian form of Phrynichus.
Fris m Occitan
Occitan form of Friso.
Frisa f Indonesian
Probably a feminine form of Friso.
Frisia f Occitan
Feminine form of Fris.
Frisk f & m Popular Culture (Modern)
This is the name of the main character of the video game Undertale by Toby Fox.
Frisso m Italian
Italian form of Phrixos (see Phrixus).
Frister m West Frisian (Rare)
Variant of Fritser, which probably came into being through metathesis.
Frith m English
Variant of FRIÞ.
Friðælfr f Ancient Scandinavian
Derived from the Germanic name elements friðr "love", "peace" and ælfR "elf".
Fríðálvur m Faroese
Faroese younger masculine form of Friðælfr.
Friþareiks m Ancient Germanic
Combination of fridu "peace" and reiks "chieftain, ruler".
Friðbergur m Icelandic
Masculine form of Friðbjörg.
Friðbjörg f Icelandic
Icelandic form of Fridbjørg.
Fríðborg f Faroese
Faroese name with the combination of fríðr "beautiful" and bjǫrg "help, deliverance".
Friðborg f Icelandic
Icelandic form of Fridborg or Fríðborg.
Friðdís f Icelandic
Icelandic combination of friðr "peace" and dís "goddess".
Friðdóra f Icelandic
Icelandic variant of Friðþóra.
Friðfinna f Icelandic
Icelandic feminine form of Friðfinnur.
Fríðfinnur m Faroese
Faroese form of Friðfinnur.
Friðfinnur m Icelandic
Combination of friðr 'peace, protection' and finnr 'Finn, Lapp'.
Fríðhild f Faroese
Faroese combination of fríðr "beautiful" hildr "battle", "fight".
Fríði m Faroese
Faroese modern form of Friði.
Friði m Ancient Scandinavian
Short form of name elements containing the name element friðr meaning "love, peace".
Friðjón m Icelandic
Icelandic name with the combination of friðr "love, peace" and Jón.
Friðlæifr m Ancient Scandinavian
Derived from Old Norse friðr "beautiful, beloved" and leifr "heir, descendant".
Frithlef m Old Danish
Old Danish form of Friðlæifr.
Friðleif f Icelandic
Feminine form of Friðleifur.
Friðleifur m Icelandic
Icelandic younger form of Friðlæifr.
Friðlín f Icelandic
Icelandic combination of friðr "love, peace" and lín "flax, linen, linen garment, linen gear".
Friðmar m Icelandic
Icelandic combination of friðr "love, peace" and mærr "famous".
Friðmey f Icelandic
An Icelandic name with the combination of friðr "love, peace" and mær "daughter".
Friðný f Icelandic
Icelandic combination of friðr "love, peace" and nýr "new".
Fríðr f Ancient Scandinavian
From Old Norse fríðr meaning "beautiful" originally meaning "loved".
Fríðrikur m Faroese
Faroese form of Friedrich.
Friðrós f Icelandic
Icelandic combination of friðr "love, peace" and rós "rose".
Friðsemd f Icelandic
Icelandic form of Frideswide.
Friðsteinn m Ancient Scandinavian, Icelandic
Combination of friðr 'love, peace' and steinn 'stone'.
Friðþjófur m Icelandic
Icelandic form of Fritjof.
Friðþór m Icelandic
Icelandic combination of friðr "love", "peace" and þórr "thunder".
Friðþóra f Icelandic
Icelandic feminine form of Friðþór.
Friðúlfr m Ancient Scandinavian
Ancient Scandinavian form of Fridulf.
Fríðunn f Faroese
A Faroese name with the combination of fríðr "'beautiful, good, alive, peaceful, safe" and unnr "wave".
Fríður f & m Icelandic, Faroese
Icelandic younger form of Fríðr and Faroese short form of names the element friðr meaning "peace".
Friður m Icelandic
Icelandic form of Friði.
Friðuric m Anglo-Saxon
Old English cognate of Friduric.
Friðuwulf m Anglo-Saxon
Old English cognate of Fridolf.
Friðvin m Icelandic
Icelandic combination of friðr "love, peace" and vinr "friend".
Fríðvør f Faroese
Faroese name with the combination of fríðr "beautiful" and vár "spring".
Fritigern m Ancient Germanic, History
Variant spelling of Fridegern. Fritigern, who died circa 380 AD, was a leader of the Thervingi, a Germanic tribe.
Fritigerno m Italian, Spanish, Portuguese
Italian, Spanish and Portuguese form of Fritigern.
Fritigil f Ancient Germanic
Fritigil who was the Queen of the Marcomanni is a famous bearer.
Fritser m West Frisian (Rare)
Variant spelling of Fridser, which itself is a variant of Fridsert.
Fritza f Various (Rare)
Probably a feminine form of Fritz.
Frixo m Galician, Spanish
Galician and Spanish form of Phrixos (see Phrixus).
Friza m & f Indonesian
Possibly a short form of Afrizal (masculine usage) and a variant of Fariza (feminine usage).
Frö m & f Old Swedish, Swedish (Rare)
Old Swedish form of Freyr. It coincides with modern Swedish frö "seed, grain", which might explain it's modern unisex usage.
Froda m Anglo-Saxon
Old English cognate of Fróði.
Froderick m Popular Culture
The name comes from the Mel Brooks movie 'Young Frankenstein.'
Frodhe m Old Swedish
Old Swedish form of Fróði.
Frodulf m Ancient Germanic
Derived from Old High German frôd "prudent, cautious" combined with Gothic vulfs "wolf."
Froe f Frisian
East Frisian variant of Frowe.
Frog f English
Transferred use of the surname Frog.
Frögärd f Medieval Scandinavian
Potentially from frö meaning "seed" and the Old Norse garðr meaning "enclosure".
Frögärdh f Old Swedish
Old Swedish form of Frøygærðr.
Fröger m Old Swedish
Old Swedish form of Frøygæirr.
Frøger m Old Swedish
Old Swedish form of Frøygæirr.
Frøgerth f Old Danish
Old Danish form of Frøygærðr.
Frogertha f Old Danish
Latinized form of Frøygærðr.
Frohgemut m German (Modern, Rare)
frohgemut is a German word meaning "cheerful, in good spirits".
Frohmut f & m German (Rare)
The name is formed from the German word froh "glad; happy, merry" and the name element MUT "courage; valour; boldness". The name element MUT can be used both for masculine names (like Hartmut) and feminine names (like Almut).
Frohsina f German (Rare, Archaic)
Spelling variant of Frosina. The spelling shows a contamination from the German word Frohsinn "cheerfulness".
Froilán m Spanish, Galician
Spanish derivative of Froila, a Visigothic name probably derived from Germanic *frau "lord" (Gothic frauja "lord"; compare Freyr) and the Gothic name suffix *ila... [more]
Froim m Yiddish
Variant of Efroim.
Frøja f Norwegian
Norwegian form of Freya.
Frol m Russian (Rare)
Russian vernacular form of Florus.
From-above m & f English (Puritan)
Referring to something coming from God.
Fromaro m Italian
Italian form of Frumar.
Fromental m French (Archaic)
Derived from the French adjective fromental meaning "of wheat", which ultimately comes from the Latin adjective frumentalis meaning "of corn, of grain".... [more]
Frommet f Yiddish
Variant of Frumet and Fromut. Alternately, this Yiddish name is derived from old provincial French, and refers to "a species of grape".
Fromut f Medieval Jewish, Yiddish (Archaic)
Late medieval variant of Frumet, possibly influenced by the German word Frohmut (compare Frohmut)... [more]
Fronie f English
Diminutive of Sophronia.
Froniga f Romani
Romani form of Veronica.
Fronika f German (Silesian, Archaic), Swedish (Archaic)
Silesian German contracted form of Veronika, the spelling reflecting the local pronunciation. This name was also found in Sweden up until the 1700s.
Fronnie f English
Diminutive of Sophronia or Saffron.
Front m French (Archaic)
French form of Fronto.
Frontão m Portuguese
Portuguese form of Fronto.
Frontasius m Various
Meaning and origin uncertain. One source states that it is ultimately derived from the Latin noun frons meaning "forehead, brow" as well as "front", which would thus make the name etymologically related to the Latin names Fronto and Frontinus... [more]
Frontin m Bosnian, Bulgarian, French (Archaic), Russian, Serbian, Ukrainian
Bosnian, Bulgarian, French, Russian, Serbian and Ukrainian form of Frontinus. In France, the name Frontin can also be a diminutive of Front.
Frontina f Late Roman
Feminine form of Frontinus.
Frontiniano m Italian (Archaic)
Italian form of Frontinianus. A known bearer of this name is Frontiniano of Alba Pompeia, a deacon, martyr and saint from the early 4th century AD.
Frontinianus m Late Roman
Roman cognomen which was derived from Frontinus. A known bearer of this name was Decimus Fonteius Frontinianus Lucius Stertinius Rufus, a Roman who was the military governor of Numidia from 159 AD to 160 AD.... [more]
Frontino m Italian, Spanish, Portuguese
Italian, Spanish and Portuguese form of Frontinus.
Frontinos m Greek
Modern Greek spelling of Phrontinos, which is the late Greek form of Frontinus.
Frontinus m Late Roman
From the Roman cognomen Frontinus, which essentially means "one with a small forehead", as it is composed of Latin fronto meaning "one with a large forehead" (see Fronto) combined with the Latin masculine diminutive suffix -inus.... [more]
Fronto m Late Roman
From the Roman cognomen Fronto, which was derived from Latin fronto meaning "one with a large forehead". The latter is ultimately derived from the Latin noun frons meaning "forehead, brow" as well as "front".... [more]
Frontón m Spanish
Spanish form of Fronto.
Fronton m Bulgarian, Croatian, French, Greek, Polish, Russian, Ukrainian
Bulgarian, Croatian, French, Greek, Polish, Russian and Ukrainian form of Fronto.
Frontone m Italian
Italian form of Fronto.
Frontyn m Polish
Polish form of Frontinus.
Frøricus m Old Swedish
Latinized form of Frörik.
Frörik m Old Swedish
Old Swedish form of Frøyríkr.
Frosina f German (Swiss)
Swiss German diminutive of names containing the element "Fro-", for example Frolinde, Frodelinde, Fromut, Frodegard.... [more]
Froso f Greek
Diminutive of Efrosyni.
Frosséza f Spanish (Caribbean, Rare)
Forza literally means force, or power. But also, as one Italian dictionary puts it, "the ability to face the difficulties of life." Used in this context, forza means something like “come on” or “you can do it!” Almost like saying “be strong” or “you've got the strength to do this.”... [more]
Frost m & f English
Transferred use of the surname Frost or from the English word.
Frosti m Ancient Scandinavian, Old Danish, Icelandic, Norse Mythology
Originally a byname, from Old Norse frost "frost". In Norse legend this was the name of a dwarf.
Frostlilja f Swedish (Modern, Rare)
Derived from the Old Norse elements frost "frost" and lilja "lily".
Frostrós f Icelandic (Modern, Rare)
Combination of the Old Norse name elements frost "frost" and rós "rose".
Frotbald m Ancient Germanic
Derived from Old High German frôd "prudent, cautious" combined with Old High German bald "bold, brave."
Frotbert m Ancient Germanic
Derived from Old High German frôd "prudent, cautious" combined with Old High German beraht "bright."
Frotbrand m Ancient Germanic
Derived from Old High German frôd "prudent, cautious" combined with Old Norse brand "sword."
Frotgard f Ancient Germanic
The first element of this name is derived from Old High German frôd "prudent, cautious." The second element is derived from gardan "to hedge in, to enclose, to fence in" or from Gothic gards "house, garden, (court)yard."
Frotgrim m Ancient Germanic
Derived from Old High German frôd "prudent, cautious" combined with Old Norse grîma "mask."
Froth m Theatre
The name of a character in Shakespeare's play 'Measure for Measure', believed to have been written in 1603 or 1604.
Fróða f Faroese
Feminine form of Fróði.
Fróðar m Faroese
Faroese variant of Fróði.
Frothard m Ancient Germanic
Derived from Old High German frôd "prudent, cautious" combined with Gothic hardus (hart in Old High German) "brave, hardy."
Frothi m Old Danish
Old Danish form of Fróði.
Fróðný f Icelandic
Combination of Icelandic fróðr "clever, wise" and "new moon, waxing moon".
Frotland m Ancient Germanic
Derived from Old High German frôd "prudent, cautious" combined with land "land."
Frotmund m Ancient Germanic
Derived from Old High German frôd "prudent, cautious" combined with Old High German mund "protection."
Frotwin m Ancient Germanic
Derived from Old High German frôd "prudent, cautious" combined with Old High German wini "friend."
Froucke f Frisian
Diminutive of Frowe.
Frouke f Frisian
Frisian cognate of Frauke.
Froukje f Frisian
Diminutive of Frouke.
Frouwe f North Frisian, East Frisian
North Frisian and East Frisian variant of Frowe.
Frouweke f East Frisian
East Frisian variant of Frowe.
Frowa f Low German (Rare, Archaic), Frisian (Rare, Archaic)
Low German and Frisian variant form of Frowe used between the 14th and 16th centuries.
Frowe f Frisian
Short form of names containing the name element frô "happy" or freyja "lady".
Frowin m Ancient Germanic
Freawine, Frowin or Frowinus figures as a governor of Schleswig in Gesta Danorum and in the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle as an ancestor of the kings of Wessex, but the latter source only tells that he was the son of Frithugar and the father of Wig.... [more]
Froya f Faroese
Younger form of Freyja.
Frøybiǫrn m Ancient Scandinavian
Derived from the Germanic name elements freyr "lord, master" and bjǫrn "bear".
Frøydís f Ancient Scandinavian
Variant of Freydís. The first element of this Old Norse name may be *frauja meaning "master, lord" (see Freyr) or the name of the Norse goddess Freyja (see Freya); the second element is dís "goddess".
Frøydis f Norwegian
Younger form of Frøydís.
Froydis f Faroese
Faroese form of Frøydís.
Frøygæirr m Ancient Scandinavian
Old Norse combination of Freyr and geirr "spear".
Frøygærðr f Ancient Scandinavian
Derived from Old Norse freyja "lady" and garðr "enclosure", "protection".
Froygerð f Faroese
Faroese younger form of Frøygærðr.
Frøygunnr f Ancient Scandinavian
Combination of Old Norse freyja "lady" and gunnr "battle, fight". The name is found on an 11th century runestone built into a wall in Gamla Stan (Old Town) in Stockholm, Sweden.
Frøyríkr m Ancient Scandinavian
Derived from the Germanic name elements Freyja and ríkr "mighty, distinguished, rich".
Frøystæinn m Ancient Scandinavian
Combination of Old Norse freyr "lord, master" and steinn "stone".
Frøystein m Norwegian
Norwegian younger form of Frøystæinn.
Frozyna f Polish (Archaic)
Truncated form of Eufrozyna.
Fructueux m French (Rare)
Means "fruitful," from Latin fructuōsus.
Fructuosa f Spanish
Feminine form of Fructuoso.
Fructuoso m Spanish
Spanish name derived from a Latin name meaning "fruitful".
Fruela m Medieval Spanish, Asturian (Archaic)
Medieval form of Froilán. This was the name of two Asturian kings.
Fruing m English
Meaning unknown. This was the first name of one of the Warne brothers, who published Beatrix Potter's tales.
Frumaher m Ancient Germanic
Derived from Old High German fruma "good, usefulness" combined with Old High German hari "army."
Frumaire m French
French form of Frumar.
Frumald m Ancient Germanic
Derived from Old High German fruma "good, usefulness" combined with Gothic valdan "to reign."
Frumar m Ancient Germanic, History
Short form of Frumaher. Frumar was the name of a 5th-century Suebi king of Galicia.
Frumário m Portuguese
Portuguese form of Frumar.
Frumario m Spanish
Spanish form of Frumar.
Frumet f Yiddish
Diminutive of Fruma (see also Frimet).
Frumi f Yiddish
Diminutive of Fruma.
Frumie f Yiddish
Diminutive of Fruma.
Frumit f Yiddish
Diminutive of Fruma.
Frumka f Yiddish (Rare)
Diminutive of Fruma. A known bearer of this name was the Polish resistance fighter Frumka Płotnicka (1914-1943).
Frumoasa f Medieval Romanian
Derived from Romanian frumoasă, the feminine form of the adjective frumos "beautiful".
Frumolf m Ancient Germanic
Derived from Old High German fruma "good, usefulness" combined with Gothic vulfs "wolf."
Frutos m Spanish (Rare)
Means "fruits" in Spanish.
Fruva f East Frisian
East Frisian variant of Frowe.
Frwdwr m Ancient Welsh
Derived from the Middle Welsh ffrwd meaning "stream" and dwfr, dwr meaning "water".
Fryco m Sorbian
Sorbian form of Fritz. Fryco Latk (German: Fritz Lattke), born 1895, was a Sorbian artist and comic-strip artist.
Fryd f Norwegian (Modern, Rare)
Either a variant of Frid or taken directly from Norwegian fryd "joy, delight".
Fryda f Polish
Polish form of Frieda as well as a short form of Fryderyka, Elfryda and Frydolina.
Frydolin m Polish
Polish form of Fridolin.
Frydrichas m Lithuanian
Lithuanian form of Frederick.
Frydrykh m Belarusian
Belarusian form of Frederick.
Frye m English (Rare)
Transferred use of the surname.
Fryksos m Polish
Polish form of Phrixos (see Phrixus).
Frymezime f Albanian
Means "inspiration" in Albanian.
Fryni f Greek
Modern Greek form of Phryne.
Frynne f Literature
Possibly a variant of Phryne. The name appears in George R. R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire series of fantasy novels.
Frytha f Literature
Possibly an Anglicized form of Fríða. It was used by Rosemary Sutcliff for a character in her children's historical novel The Shield Ring (1956).
Ftatateeta f Literature
This name was invented by George Bernard Shaw for a character in his play Caesar and Cleopatra. She is Cleopatra's nurse. The name was used by ventriloquist Jimmy Nelson for a puppet of his, a cat. Though she was female, her voice was based on Ed Wynn's... [more]
Fuaito m Japanese
From Japanese 渉 (fu) meaning "ford, go cross, transit, ferry, import, involve", 愛 (ai) meaning "love, affection" combined with 人 (to) meaning "person". Other kanji combinations are possible... [more]
Fuani f Kongo
Kongo form of Fanny.
Fubuki f & m Japanese
From Japanese 冬 (fu) meaning "winter", 吹 (fu) meaning "blow, breathe, puff, emit, smoke", 芙 (fu) meaning "lotus, Mt Fuji" or 風 (fu) meaning "wind, air, style, manner", 風 (bu) meaning "wind, air, style, manner" or 舞 (bu) meaning "dance" combined with 雪 (buki) meaning "snow", 綺 (ki) meaning "figured cloth, beautiful", 咲 (buki) meaning "blossom", 吹 (buki) meaning "blow, breathe, puff, emit, smoke", 姫 (ki) meaning "princess", 季 (ki) meaning "seasons", 希 (ki) meaning "hope, beg, request, rare", 記 (ki) meaning "scribe, account, narrative" or 貴 (ki) meaning "precious, value, prize, esteem, honor"... [more]
Fuchsia f English (British, Rare), Literature
After the genus Fuchsia, itself named after Leonhart Fuchs, German botanist, whose surname Fuchs means "fox" in German.... [more]
Fucia f English
Variant of Fuchsia.
Fuco m Galician
Hypocoristic of Francisco.
Fude f Japanese
This name is used as 筆 (hitsu, fude) meaning "handwriting, (painting/writing) brush," originally made up of 文 (fumi) meaning "writing(s)" and 手 (te) meaning "hand." The phrase had undergone sound shifts, first from 'fumite' to 'funde' and then from that to what is now 'fude.'... [more]
Fudhail m Malay, Indonesian
Diminutive of Fadil.
Fudo m Japanese (Rare), Japanese Mythology
This is the god of fire and wisdom in Japanese mythology, and it has also become a rare name for males.
Fudzuki f Japanese
From Japanese 婦 (fu) meaning "married woman, woman, lady", 芙 (fu) meaning "lotus, Mt Fuji", 楓 (fu) meaning "maple", 風 (fu) meaning "wind, air, style, manner", 文 (fu) meaning "sentence" or 歩 (fu) meaning "walk" combined with 月 (dzuki) meaning "moon"... [more]
Fuechy m Hmong
Means "power, control" in Hmong.
Fuencisla f Spanish
Taken from the Spanish titles of the Virgin Mary, La Virgen de la Fuencisla and Nuestra Señora de la Fuencisla, meaning "The Virgin of the Fuencisla" and "Our Lady of the Fuencisla," the first part of the name almost certainly meaning "spring, fountain." She is the patron saint of Segovia in the autonomous community of Castile and León in north-western Spain, hence the particularly high concentration in the city and province of the same name.
Fuensanta f Spanish
Marian name taken from the title of the Virgin Mary Nuestra Señora de la Fuensanta (Our Lady of Fuensanta), also referred to as Virgen de la Fuensanta, which itself is a contraction of the earlier title Virgen de la "Fuente Santa" ("the virgin of the holy spring/fountain").
Fufei f Chinese Mythology, Far Eastern Mythology
From a combination of the characters 宓 (fu, a surname) and 妃 (fei, meaning “concubine, consort”). More commonly known as Luoshen (洛神), Fufei is the goddess of the Luo River in Chinese mythology, first appearing in the Chuci (楚辞) or Elegies of Chu as the wife of the river god Hebo... [more]
Fufluns m Etruscan Mythology
Etruscan deity, predominantly of wine, health, happiness, and growth. He is often considered the Etruscan equivalent of the Greek god Dionysus and the Roman god Bacchus.
Fufu f Japanese
From Japanese 風 (fu) meaning "wind" combined with 々, a phonetic character indicting a duplication of the beginning kanji. Other kanji combinations are possible.
Fughle m Old Swedish
Old Swedish form of Fugli.
Fugli m Ancient Scandinavian
From Old Norse fugl "bird".
Fuhito m Japanese (Rare)
From archaic 史 (fuhito) referring to a court historian, shifted from earlier fumihito which is made up of 文/書 (fumi) meaning "letter, writings" and 人 (hito) meaning "person."... [more]
Fuifui m Polynesian
Tongan meaning "love love", to indicate "greatly loved". A famous namesake is Tongan-born international rugby league footballer Fuifui Moimoi.
Fuji f & m Japanese
From either 藤 (fuji) meaning "wisteria" or 富士 (Fuji), from the place name Fuji. Other kanji used for this name in 2-kanji combinations include 不, a phonetic kanji that is otherwise used as a negative prefix​, or 婦 meaning "woman, lady" for the first element and 志 meaning "will, aim, goal" or 治 meaning "cure; management" for the second element (二, meaning "two," is used on both, stemming from its native and Sino-Japanese readings futa(tsu) and ji).
Fujika f Japanese
From Japanese 藤 (fuji) meaning "wisteria" combined with 佳 (ka) meaning "beautiful, good". Other kanji combinations are possible.
Fujiko f Japanese
'Wisteria child' in Japanese.
Fujiko f Japanese
From Japanese 藤 (Fuji) meaning “wisteria” combined with 子 (Ko) meaning “child”
Fujimaru m Japanese (Rare)
From Fuji combined with the suffix 丸 (maru) meaning "circle, round," used before the Meiji Period (1868-1912) as a suffix denoting affection (along with -maro (麿/麻呂)) and was given to boys of upper class until they came of age, usually at ages 13 to 17.... [more]
Fujimi f Japanese
From Japanese 藤 (fuji) meaning "wisteria" combined with 美 (mi) meaning "beautiful". Other kanji combinations are possible.
Fujimori m Japanese (Rare), South American (Modern, Rare)
Combination of Fuji and 盛 (mori) meaning "heap, pile," 森 (mori) meaning "forest" or 守 (mori) meaning "protection." It is rarely used in Japan and is more often found as a surname.... [more]
Fujina f Japanese
From Japanese 藤 (fuji) meaning "wisteria" combined with 菜 (na) meaning "vegetables, greens". Other kanji combinations are possible.
Fujino f Japanese
From Japanese 藤 (fuji) meaning "wisteria" combined with 乃 (no), a possessive particle. Other combinations of kanji characters can also form this name.
Fujio m Japanese
From Japanese 藤 (fuji) meaning "wisteria", 二 (fu) meaning "two", 不 (fu) meaning "negative, non-, bad, ugly, clumsy", 富 (fu) meaning "wealth, enrich, abundant", 普 (fu) meaning "universal, wide(ly), generally", 芙 (fu) meaning "lotus, Mt Fuji", 武 (fu) meaning "warrior, military, chivalry, arms", 文 (fu) meaning "sentence", 甫 (fu) meaning "for the first time, not until" or 孚 (fu) meaning "sincere, nourish, encase", 士 (ji) meaning "gentleman, scholar, samurai", 次 (ji) meaning "next, order, sequence", 志 (ji) meaning "intention, plan, resolve, aspire, motive, hopes, shilling", 二 (ji) meaning "two", 治 (ji) meaning "reign, be at peace, calm down, subdue, quell, govt, cure, heal, rule, conserve", 仁 (ji) meaning "humanity, virtue, benevolence, charity, man, kernel", 蒔 (ji) meaning "sow (seeds)" or 滋 (ji) meaning "nourishing, more & more, be luxuriant, planting, turbidity" combined with 生 (o) meaning "raw, live", 男 (o) meaning "male", 暢 (o) meaning "stretch", 尾 (o) meaning "tail, end, counter for fish, lower slope of mountain", 夫 (o) meaning "man, husband", 雄 (o) meaning "hero, manly", 郎 (o) meaning "son", 緒 (o) meaning "thread" or 朗 (o) meaning "bright, clear"... [more]
Fujitaka m Japanese (Rare)
Fuji means "Wisteria Flower" and Taka means "High(er)". Fujitaka Kinomoto is a fictional character in "Cardcaptor Sakura" and Hosokawa Fujitaka was a Japanese samurai daimyo in the Sengoku Period.
Fuka f Japanese
From Japanese 風 (fu) meaning "wind" combined with 花 (ka) or 華 (ka) which both mean "flower". Other kanji combinations are possible. ... [more]
Fukashi m Japanese
From Japanese 洋 (fukashi) meaning "ocean" or other kanji which are pronounced the same way.
Fukayna f Arabic (Egyptian)
Means "intelligent" in Arabic.
Fukiko f Japanese
"Joyous child" "lotus"
Fuku m & f Japanese
From Japanese 冨 (fu) meaning "abundant, ample" combined with 久 (ku) meaning "long time" or from 福 (fuku) meaning "good luck". Other kanji combinations are possible.
Fukui m Japanese
From Japanese 憤 (fukui) meaning "indignation, resentment" or 糞 (fukui) meaning "manure, dung, night soil". Other kanji or kanji combinations can also form this name.
Fukuichi m Japanese
From Japanese 富 (fu) meaning "wealth", 久 (ku) meaning "long time" combined with 一 (ichi) meaning "one". Other kanji combinations are possible.
Fukuichiro m Japanese
Variant transcription of Fukuichirou.
Fukuichirou m Japanese
From Japanese 復 (fuku) meaning "restore", 福 (fuku) meaning "good luck, good fortune", 一 (ichi) meaning "one" combined with 郎 (rou) meaning "son". Other kanji combinations are possible.
Fukujirou m Japanese
From Japanese 冨 (fu) meaning "rich, wealthy", 久 (ku) meaning "long time" or 復 (fuku) meaning "return", 福 (fuku) meaning "good luck, good fortune" combined with 二 (ji) meaning "two", 次 (ji) meaning "next" or 治 (ji) meaning "govern, regulate, administer" combined with 郎 (rou) meaning "son"... [more]