FanchonfFrench, Louisiana Creole Diminutive of Françoise. Borne by two mistresses of Louis, the Great Dauphin: Françoise 'Fanchon' Pitel (1662–1721), actress; and Françoise 'Fanchon' Moreau (1668-after 1743), operatic soprano... [more]
FandralmPopular Culture Fandral the Dashing is a fictional character appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. He is a charter member of the Warriors Three, a trio of Asgardian adventurers.
FangqingfChinese This name is made up 芳 (Fang) meaning "Beautiful, Virtuous, Fragrance" or 方 (Fang) meaning "Square, Direction, Way, Region, Locality, Involution, Power, At the time when, Just", plus 清 (Qing) meaning "Clear, Clean, Distinct, Quiet, the Dynasty, Thoroughly, Completely", or 青 (Qing) meaning "Green, Blue, Young"... [more]
FannborgfIcelandic Icelandic name with the combination of fönn "snowdrift" and borg "stronghold, fortification, castle".
FanndísfIcelandic Combination of the Old Norse name elements fǫnn "snow; snowdrift" and dís "goddess; woman, lady; sister" or dis "wise woman, seeress; woman, virgin".
FanneyfIcelandic, Danish (Rare), Swedish (Rare) Combination of the Old Norse name elements fǫnn "snow; snowdrift" and ey "island; flat land along a coast" (which is also often related to the Old Norse name element auja "(gift of) luck; fortune").
FanngeirmIcelandic Icelandic name with the combination of fönn 'snowdrift' and geirr 'spear'.
FannlaugfIcelandic Icelandic name with the combination of fǫnn "snowdrift" and laug possibly meaning "betrothed woman".
FannurmBashkir, Tatar The first element of this name is derived from either the Arabic noun فن (fann) meaning "art, skill" (compare Irfan) or the Persian noun فن (fann) meaning "science, knowledge, learning"... [more]
FannýfIcelandic, Faroese Icelandic and Faroese form of Fanny as well as an Icelandic combination of the Old Norse name elements fǫnn "snow, snowdrift" and ný "new moon, waxing moon" or nýr "new; young; fresh".
FantasyfAmerican (Rare) Directly taken from the Engish word fantasy, which was ultimately derived from Old French fantasie (“fantasy”), from Latin phantasia (“imagination”), from Ancient Greek φαντασία (phantasía, “apparition”)... [more]
FarafSicilian, Neapolitan, Italian (Tuscan) Short form of various, now obsolete, Germanic names that contained the element -fara-, for example Burgundofara. This name is predominantly found in Sicily, Naples and, to a lesser degree, Tuscany reflecting the local veneration of Saint Fara.
FaramTahitian Means "screwpine" (also called pandanus; a type of plant and fruit) in Tahitian.
FarabertmAncient Germanic, History Derived from Langobardic fara "family, line, kind" or Gothic faran "to travel" combined with Old High German beraht "bright." Farabert was King of the Franks in the 2nd century AD.
FaragildfAncient Germanic Derived from Langobardic fara "family, line, kind" or Gothic faran "to travel" combined with Gothic gild "sacrifice."
FaragismAncient Germanic The first element of this Germanic name is derived from Langobardic fara "family, line, kind" or from Gothic faran "to travel." The meaning and origin of the second element is rather uncertain: we know that it comes from gis (the original form was possibly gîs), but we don't exactly know where gis itself comes from... [more]
FaragondafPopular Culture Headmistress Faragonda is the Headmistress of Alfea College for Fairies, of which she was once a student herself. She played a major role in helping Bloom to discover her past and her true powers... [more]
FarahildfAncient Germanic Derived from Langobardic fara "family, line, kind" or Gothic faran "to travel" combined with Old Norse hildr "battle."
FaramanmAncient Germanic Derived from Langobardic fara "family, line, kind" or Gothic faran "to travel" combined with man "man."
FaramarzmPersian Mythology, Persian Means "one who forgives" from Persian آمرزیدن (âmorzidan) meaning "to forgive". This is the name of a hero in the Persian epic Shahnameh.
FaramirmLiterature Meaning uncertain. Probably "sufficient jewel" from the Sindarin far meaning "sufficient, adequate" and mir meaning "jewel, precious thing." In J.R.R. Tolkien's 'The Lord of the Rings', Faramir was the son of Denethor, brother of Boromir, and eventual husband of Eowyn.
FaranakfPersian Etymology uncertain - it may be a form of Parvaneh, parvanek which means "little butterfly" and refers to the Persian lynx or caracal, or be derived from the Middle Persian plwʾnk' (parwānag) meaning "guide, leader".
FarangisfPersian, Persian Mythology This is the name of a female character in the 11th-century Persian epic the 'Shahnameh'. Farangis is the wife of Siavash and mother of Kay Khosrow.
FárbautimNorse Mythology Old Norse for "cruel or dangerous striker" or "lightening". In Norse mythology, Fárbauti was the ruler of the Jötunn (Norse: ice giants) and their domain, Jötunheimr. He was the consort of Laufey or Nal and father of the Norse god of primordial chaos and destruction, Loki... [more]
FarfallafTheatre Means "butterfly" in Italian. This is the name of the titular character of the ballet 'Le papillon' (1860). Farfalla is a Circassian princess who is kidnapped by a fairy and enchanted in the form of a butterfly.
FarnakamAncient Persian The first element of this name is derived from Old Persian farnah "glory, splendour, fortune". The second element is still uncertain to me.
FarnaspamAncient Persian Derived from Old Persian farnah "glory, splendour, fortune" combined with Old Persian aspa "horse".
FarnavazmAncient Persian Derived from Old Persian farnah "glory, splendour, fortune". The meaning of the second element is currently still unknown to me.
FarnazfPersian Derived from Persian فر (farr) meaning "splendour, brilliance, luster" combined with ناز (nâz) meaning "luxury, comfort".
FarnersfCatalan From the Catalan title of the Virgin Mary, Mare de Déu de Farners, meaning "Mother of God of Farners," the name of a sanctuary located at the foot of Farners Castle in the Selva municipality of Santa Coloma de Farners... [more]
FarorefPopular Culture This is the name of a goddess in The Legend of Zelda series of video games. The goddess of courage, earth and life, her name supposedly means "life" or "courage" in the ancient Hylian language.
FarulfmAncient Germanic, Medieval Scandinavian Germanic name derived from the elements fara "journey" (possibly via Gothic faran "to travel"; alternatively it could be from Langobardic fara "family, line, kind") and wulf "wolf" (Gothic vulfs)... [more]