Submitted Names Starting with F

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Finnvarðr m Ancient Scandinavian
Derived from the Germanic name elements finnr "'Finn, Lapp" and vǫrðr "guard".
Finnvarður m Icelandic
Icelandic younger form of Finnvarðr.
Finnved m Norwegian (Rare)
Norwegian form of Finnviðr.
Finnvid m Old Swedish, Swedish (Rare)
Old Swedish and modern Swedish form of Finnviðr.
Finnvidh m Old Swedish
Old Swedish form of Finnviðr.
Finnviðr m Ancient Scandinavian
Derived from Old Norse finnr "Finn, Lapp" and viðr "forest, wood, tree".
Fino m Medieval Italian
Short form of Adolfino, Rodolfino, Serafino, and other names ending in fino.
Finola f Medieval Italian
Diminutive of Fina.
Finral m English (Americanized, ?)
Character in the anime Black Clover who utilizes spatial magic.
Finrod m Literature
Sindarin form of the Quenya name Findaráto, meaning "golden-haired champion". Finrod was an Elf in 'The Silmarillion'. He was the oldest son of Finarfin and Eärwen and the brother of Galadriel.
Fins m Galician
Variant of Fiz.
Finty m & f English (Rare)
Diminutive of Fintan and other names beginning with a similar sound. A known bearer of the nickname is English actress Finty Williams (1972-).
Finuca f Galician
Diminutive of Fina.
Finvid m Old Swedish
Old Swedish variant of Finvidh.
Finvidh m Old Swedish
Old Swedish form of Finnviðr.
Finwë m Literature
Quenya name; the meaning is unclear, but is most likely derived from the element fin "hair". Finwë was the original High King of the Noldor Elves in the works of J. R. R. Tolkien.... [more]
Finya f Russian
Diminutive form of Rufina.
Fio f English, Irish, Italian
This is a diminutive / nickname for names beginning with Fio like Fiona or Fiorella.
Fiodar m Belarusian
Belarusian form of Theodore.
Fiodor m Moldovan
Romanian transcription of Russian Фёдор (see Fyodor).
Fiodora f Moldovan (Rare)
Feminine form of Fiodor.
Fiodoria f Moldovan (Rare)
Feminine form of Fiodor.
Fiokla f Belarusian
Belarusian form of Thekla.
Fióna f Faroese (Modern), Hungarian (Modern)
Faroese and Hungarian borrowing of Fiona.
Fionán m Irish
Variant of Fionnán.
Fionnagán m Irish
Diminutive of Fionn
Fionnghal f Scottish Gaelic
Cognate of Fionnghuala; this name used to be Anglicized as the etymologically unrelated Flora.... [more]
Fionnúir f Irish (Modern)
Usual modern Irish form of Finnabhair (see Findabhair) in which "the b is altogether suppressed, on account of aspiration" (Joyce, 1873)... [more]
Fionnula f Irish, Irish Mythology
Variant of Fionnghuala (see Fionnuala). A known bearer of this name is the Irish actress Fionnula Flanagan (b. 1941).
Fiontán m Irish
Variant of Fionntan.
Fiora f Italian (Rare), Corsican
Derived from Italian and Corsican fiore "flower".
Fiorangela f Italian (Rare)
Apparently a combination of Italian fiore "flower" and Angela.
Fioravante m Italian (Rare), Medieval Italian, Literature
Meaning uncertain, perhaps from Floriven, the Old Occitan form of Floovant. This was the name of the eldest son of the king of France in I Reali di Francia by Andrea da Barberino (c... [more]
Fiordalisa f Italian (Rare)
Derived from Italian fiordaliso "cornflower". In heraldry, however, fiordaliso is the Italian term for Fleur-de-lis; as such, Fiordalisa is also an adoption and adaption of French Fleurdelys.
Fiordaliso f & m Italian (Rare)
Italian form of Fleurdelys. Fiordaliso is also used as translation of Fleur-de-Lys (de Gondelaurier), character of Notre Dame de Paris by Victor Hugo
Fiordelisa f Literature
Variant of Fiordalisa. This name is borne by the protagonist of Andrew Lang's translation of The Blue Bird by Madame d'Aulnoy. She is known as Florine in the original version.
Fiordelise f Medieval Italian
Medieval Italian variant of Fiordalisa.
Fiordiligi f Literature, Italian (Archaic), Theatre
Means "flower of the lily", from Italian fiore di giglio, loan-translation of French fleur de lys. It was used by the poets Boiardo and Ariosto in their 'Orlando' poems (1495 and 1532), where it belongs to the wife of Brandimarte... [more]
Fiorebella f Medieval Italian
Medieval Italian cognate of Florabel. It was recorded in Naples, Italy.
Fiorello m Italian
Diminutive of Fiore.
Fiorenta f Italian (Archaic)
Feminine form of Fiorente as well as a variant form of Fiorenza, which is the main Italian form of Florentia.... [more]
Fiorente m Italian (Rare)
Italian form of Florens as well as a variant form of Fiorenzo, which is the main Italian form of Florentius.
Fiorentina f Italian (Rare)
Italian cognate of Florentina.
Fiorentino m Italian
Italian form of Florentin.
Fioretta f Italian (Rare)
From Italian fiore "flower" combined with a diminutive suffix.
Fioretta f Hungarian
Variant of Fiorella, meaning "small flower".
Fiorimonde f Literature
A feminine form of Florimond. This was used by English writer Mary de Morgan for a wicked young princess in her fairy tale 'The Necklace of Princess Fiorimonde' (1880).
Fiorina f Italian
Feminine form of Fiorino.
Fiorinda f Italian (Rare)
Italian variant of Florinda.
Fiorindo m Italian (Rare)
Italian variant of Florindo.
Fípa f Faroese
Faroese form of Fífa.
Fips m German (Rare)
Short form of Philipp. It is rarely used as an official given name.
Fiqa f Arabic
Short form of Shafiqa.
Fiqiret f Albanian (Rare)
Feminine form of Fikret.
Fiqirete f Albanian
Feminine form of Fikret.
Fiqret m Albanian
Variant of Fikret.
Fira f Indonesian
Possibly derived simply from the English word fire.
Firas m Arabic
In Arabic, this name can basically mean "as ferocious as a lion" (compare Asad) as well as "perceptive, perspicacious".... [more]
Firđäües f Bashkir
Bashkir form of Firdaus.
Firdausa f Tatar
Tatar feminine form of Firdaus.
Firdaves f & m Tatar
Tatar form of Firdaus.
Firdavis m Tatar
Tatar form of Firdaus.
Firdavs m Tajik, Uzbek
Tajik and Uzbek form of Firdaus.
Firdaws f Arabic (Maghrebi)
Maghrebi transcription of Firdaus.
Firdes f Ubykh
Ubykh form of Firdaus.
Firdevs f Turkish
Turkish form of Firdaus.
Firdevse f Albanian
Albanian feminine form of Firdaus.
Firdinandu m Sicilian
Sicilian form of Ferdinand.
Firdinannu m Sicilian
Sicilian form of Ferdinand.
Firdovs f Chechen
Chechen form of Firdaus.
Firela f English
Variant of Fiorella.
Firéne f Medieval Hungarian
Of unknown origin and meaning.
Firesembet m Ge'ez
Means "seed of the Sabbath" in Ge'ez.
Firew m African
Amharic name originated in Ethiopia. meaning 'the seed'.
Firipi m Shona
Shona form of Philip.
Firippu m Japanese
Japanese form of Philip.
Firline f Haitian Creole (Rare)
Meaning: "Daughter of the deliverer"... [more]
Firmain m Occitan
Several important figures in the Bearn region of France have had this name over the years. A notable example of this name is a former mayor of Garlin Jean-Firmain Bacarisse.
Firman m Indonesian
Means "decree, commandment" in Indonesian, ultimately from Persian فرمان (farman).
Firman m English, French
Variant of Firmin.
Firmatus m History, Medieval English (Latinized, ?), Late Roman (?), Old Norman (?)
Derived from Latin firmatus meaning "firmed, strengthened", itself a derivative of firmus "firm, strong, enduring, stable" (making it a cognate of Firminus; also compare Firmus)... [more]
Firme m Asturian
Asturian form of Firmin.
Firmijn m Dutch
Dutch form of Firminus (see Firmin).
Firmine f French
Feminine form of Firmin.
Firrucciu m Sicilian
Diminutive of Firdinandu.
Firs m Russian (Archaic)
Russian form of Thyrsus. A known bearer of this name was the Russian genre painter Firs Zhuravlev (1836-1901).
Firth m English
Transferred use of the surname Firth.
Firtsa f Russian (Rare)
Russian form of Tirzah.
Firüzä f Bashkir, Tatar
Bashkir and Tatar form of Firuzeh.
Firuzan f Uzbek
Variant form of Firuza.
Fisayo m & f Western African, Yoruba
Means "add to my joy" in Yoruba.
Fisba f Russian (Rare)
Russian form of Thisbe.
Fischel m Yiddish
German-Yiddish variant of Fishel.
Fischer m American
Transferred from the originally German surname Fischer "fisher".
Fisk m English
Transferred use of the surname Fisk.
Fiskaja f Albanian
From the Albanian fiskajë meaning "young seedling".
Fiskaje f Albanian
Means "young seedling" in Albanian.
Fisnik m Albanian
Directly taken from Albanian fisnik "of noble stock; noble; gallant; generous".
Fisnike f Albanian
From an outdated term meaning "noblewoman".
Fisseha m Ge'ez
Means "joy" in Ge'ez.
Fistos m Greek
Modern Greek spelling of Phestos, which is the ancient Greek form of Festus.
Fisun f Turkish
Variant of Fusun.
Fitch m English
From an English surname of disputed origin. 'Reaney rejects the traditional explanation that the English surname Fitch is a nickname derived from early modern English fitch "polecat", as this word is not recorded in this form until the 16th century, whereas the byname or surname Fitchet is found as early as the 12th century.... [more]
Fitela m Anglo-Saxon Mythology
Old English equivalent of Sinfjötli. It occurs in the anonymous 8th-century epic poem 'Beowulf'.
Fithcheallach m Medieval Irish
Means "chess player"
Fiðr m Ancient Scandinavian
Old Norse variant of Finnr.
Fitibaldo m Ancient Germanic
The name is composed from the two Germanic name elements FIT and BALD. The element BALD means "bold" but the stem FIT is less clear, Förstemann relates it to the obscure Middle High German word fiesz with the approximate meaning "sly, cunning, crafty; wise clever, ingenious" and asks whether it could be related to the english verb "to fit".
Fitime f Albanian
From fitim, an old fashioned Albanian word meaning "victory".
Fitimtare f Albanian
From fitimtar meaning "winner, victorious".
Fitore f Albanian
Albanian name used to show nationalism, derived from Albanian fitore "victory".
Fitri f & m Indonesian, Malay
Means "pure, natural" in Indonesian and Malay, ultimately from Arabic فطري (fitriyy). It is used as a feminine name in Indonesia while it is masculine in Malaysia.
Fitria f Indonesian
Variant of Fitri.
Fitriana f Indonesian
Elaboration of Fitri.
Fitriani f Indonesian
Elaboration of Fitri.
Fitsum m & f Amharic
Means "absolute" in Amharic.
Fitzgerald m English (American, Rare), Haitian Creole
Transferred use of the surname Fitzgerald. This was the middle name of President John F. Kennedy.
Fitzhugh m English (American)
Transferred use of the surname Fitzhugh.
Fitzwilliam m English (Rare), Literature
From an Irish surname meaning "son of William" in Anglo-Norman French, formed using the prefix fi(t)z "son of" (Latin filius; see Fitz)... [more]
Fiurenza f Corsican, Sicilian
Corsican and Sicilian form of Florentia.
Fiurenziu m Sicilian
Sicilian form of Florentius.
Fiurenzu m Corsican (Archaic), Sicilian
Corsican and Sicilian form of Florent.
Fiva f Medieval Russian
Russian form of Thebe.
Five m & f English (Rare)
Old English fīf, of Germanic origin; related to Dutch vijf and German fünf, from an Indo-European root shared by Latin quinque and Greek pente.
Fivi f Greek (Rare)
Modern Greek form of Phoebe.
Fivos m Greek
Modern Greek form of Phoebos.
Fiyero m Literature
Based on the word 'furious'. The name for the love interest of the Wicked Witch of the West, Elphaba, in the book Wicked by Gregory Maguire.
Fiz f & m English (Rare)
Variant of Fizz
Fiz m Galician
Galician form of Felix.
Fiza f Hindi
Meaning "atmosphere".
Fizz f & m English
Diminutive of Phyllis.
Fizzy f & m English
Diminutive of Fizz.
Fjalarr m Ancient Scandinavian, Norse Mythology, Icelandic (Rare)
Meaning unknown. Possibly related to Old Norse fela "to hide", Norwegian fjela "to spy" or Old Norse fjǫl "much, manifold".... [more]
Fjallar m Norwegian
Norwegian modern spelling of Fjallarr.
Fjallarr m Ancient Scandinavian
Derived from the Germanic name elements fjall "mountain" and herr "army".
Fjalldís f Icelandic (Modern, Rare)
Combination of the Old Norse name elements fjall "mountain" and dís "goddess; woman, lady; sister" or dis "wise woman, seeress; woman, virgin".
Fjallgeirr m Ancient Scandinavian
Derived from Old Norse fjall "mountain" and geirr "spear".
Fjarki m Icelandic (Modern, Rare)
From Icelandic fjarki meaning "quad".
Fjodor m Estonian
Estonian transcription of Russian Фёдор (see Fyodor).
Fjodora f Russian
Variant transcription of Fyodora.
Fjodors m Latvian
Latvian borrowing of Fyodor.
Fjóla f Faroese, Icelandic
Icelandic and Faroese form of Viola. It coincides with the Icelandic word for "violet".
Fjólar m Icelandic
Combination of Icelandic fjóla "violet flower" and Old Norse herr "army, warrior". It may be used as a masculine form of Fjóla.
Fjólmundur m Icelandic
Combination of Icelandic fjóla "violet flower" and Old Norse mundr "protection". This name may be used as a masculine form of Fjóla.
Fjolner m Swedish
Swedish form of Fjǫlnir.
Fjölnir m Icelandic
Icelandic form of Fjǫlnir.
Fjǫlnir m Norse Mythology
Derived from fjǫl ("much, manifold"), fela ("hide") or felþa ("field"). In Norse mythology this is both a name for Odin and the name of a legendary Swedish king.
Fjölsvinnur m Icelandic
Icelandic form of Fjǫlsviðr.
Fjǫlsviðr m Ancient Scandinavian, Norse Mythology
Derived from fjǫl ("much, manifold") and svinnr ("fast, clever"). In Norse mythology this is the name of a dwarf, a by-name for Odin, and the giant who guarded Menglǫð.
Fjǫlverkr m Ancient Scandinavian, Norse Mythology
Combination of fjǫl ("much") and verk ("work"). This is the name of a giant in Norse mythology.
Fjölverkur m Icelandic
Icelandic form of Fjǫlverkr.
Fjǫlvǫr f Ancient Scandinavian, Norse Mythology
Derived from fjǫl ("much") and vár ("spring; woman; truth"). This is the name of a giantess in Norse mythology.
Fjor m Popular Culture
From the Old Norse element fjǫr meaning "life; spirit; energy". Fjor Jutul (played by Herman Tømmeraas) is the main character in the Norwegian-Danish TV series 'Ragnarok' (2020-).
Fkiourou f Greek
Derived from Fiorella, ultimately from the Italian fiore meaning "flower".
Flaccus m Ancient Roman (Archaic)
"big ears", "flop ears", "floppy", or "fatty".
Flæmingur m Faroese
Modern Faroese form of Flæmingr.
Flaín m Medieval Spanish
Derived from Latin Flavinus.
Flaithbheartach m Irish
Means "generous, hospitable" from flaith "prince" and beartach "acting, behaving"
Flaitheamh m Ancient Irish
Means "ruler". From flaith "lord"
Flake m English (American, Rare, Archaic)
Transferred use of the surname Flake.
Flakor m Albanian
Masculine form of Flakore.
Flakore f Albanian
Means "burning tinder" in Albanian.
Flamberge f Popular Culture
Flamberge (named Flam Rouge in Japan) is a boss who made her debut in Kirby Star Allies. She is described as the Blazing General of the Three Mage-Sisters (the other two being Francisca and Zan Partizanne), and serves Hyness, the main antagonist of the game.
Flame m & f English (Rare)
From the English word flame: "a stream of burning vapor or gas, emitting light and heat; darting or streaming fire; a blaze; a fire."
Flamina f Hungarian
Hungarian form of Flaminia.
Flamine f French
French form of Flaminia.
Flamínia f Portuguese
Portuguese form of Flaminia.
Flaminio m Italian
Italian form of Flaminius.
Flaminius m Ancient Roman
Derived from Latin flamen a specific kind of Ancient Roman priest.... [more]
Flammig m & f Breton (Rare)
Diminutive and feminine form of Eflamm.
Flamurtar m Albanian
Means "flag-bearer" in Albanian.
Flamurtare f Albanian
From the Albanian flamurtar meaning "flag-bearer".
Flandre f French
French form of Flanders. From Middle Dutch Vlander, from a Germanic root meaning "waterlogged", referring to the marshy landscape of Flanders. Besides being the French name of the northern region of Belgium, this is also the name of Flandre Scarlet, a character from the notable bullet hell game series, the Touhou Project.
Flanna f Irish
Means “red haired” in Irish.
Flannabhra m Irish
It refers to someone with red eyebrows.
Flannchadh m Irish
Derived from the elements flann "red" and cath "battle"
Flara f English (Rare)
An invented name similar to Clara and Flora, possibly influenced by the English word "Flare."
Flare f Popular Culture
In the Konami RPG "Suikoden IV," Flare En Kuldes is the princess of the Kingdom of Obel. Princess Flare also appears in "Suikoden Tactics" ("Rhapsodia" in Japan).
Flash m Popular Culture, American (Modern, Rare)
From the English word flash. from Middle English flasshen “to sprinkle, splash,” earlier flask(i)en; probably phonesthemic in origin; compare similar expressive words with fl- and -sh.... [more]
Flaunys f Manx (Modern, Rare)
Directly taken from Manx flaunys "heaven, paradise, Kingdom come", ultimately from older Manx Flathanas "Paradise" (in the Christian sense of the word). This is a newly coined name intended as a Manx form of Urania and Celeste.
Flavetta f Judeo-Anglo-Norman
Judeo-Anglo-Norman diminutive of Flavia.
Flàvia f Catalan, Gascon, Provençal
Catalan, Gascon and Provençal form of Flavia.
Flavija f Russian
Russian form of Flavia.
Flavijan m Croatian, Serbian
Croatian and Serbian form of Flavianus (see Flavian).
Flavije m Croatian
Croatian form of Flavius.
Flaviy m Bulgarian, Russian, Ukrainian
Bulgarian, Russian and Ukrainian form of Flavius.
Flaviya f Bulgarian, Russian, Ukrainian
Bulgarian, Russian and Ukrainian form of Flavia.
Flawia f Polish
Polish form of Flavia.
Flawian m Polish
Polish form of Flavianus (see Flavian).
Flawiana f Polish
Polish form of Flaviana.
Flawiusz m Polish
Polish form of Flavius.
Flè f Haitian Creole
From flè meaning "flower" and is a Haitian Creole form of Fleur.
Fleance m Theatre
A character in the play 'Macbeth' by William Shakespeare.
Fleda f English
Variant of Fleta.
Flee-debate m English (Puritan)
Referring to staying away from argument.
Flee-fornication m English (Puritan)
Name given to 'bastard' children.
Fleet m English
Either a diminutive of Fleetwood or a transferred use of the surname Fleet.
Flégon m Portuguese
Portuguese form of Phlegon.
Flegón m Spanish
Spanish form of Phlegon.
Flegont m Russian
Russian form of Phlegon. A known bearer of this name was Flegont Arsenyevich Arsenyev (1832-1889), a Russian writer and ethnographer.
Flegonte m Italian
Italian form of Phlegon.
Flem m American (Rare)
Either a short form of Flemming or a transferred use of the surname Flem.
Flemeth f Popular Culture
Flemeth is the mysterious "Witch of the Wilds" from the Dragon Age series, making an appearance in every game.
Fleming m Danish, Norwegian, Swedish, American (Rare, Archaic)
Transferred use of the surname Fleming and younger form of Flæmingr.
Flemmingur m Faroese
Faroese variant of Flemming.
Flëpp m Luxembourgish
Vernacular form of Philipp.
Fletch m English
Diminutive of Fletcher.
Fletchie m English
Diminutive of Fletcher.
Fletchy m English
Diminutive of Fletcher.
Flete f Albanian
Means "wing" in Albanian.
Fleura f American (Rare, Archaic)
Elaboration of Fleur in the style of Flora.
Fleur de Liz f Judeo-Anglo-Norman
Judeo-Anglo-Norman form of Fleurdelys.
Fleurdelys f French (Cajun, Rare)
Symbol of a flower bearing the same name used by the French Empire to represent the King until the French Revolution of 1789, still used in New Orleans, LA.
Fleurentien f Dutch (Rare)
Dutch variant of Fleurentine, which in turn is a variant of Florentine.
Fleurice f American
Middle name of Simone Eden, American model. Might be a combination of Fleur and Clarice.
Fleurien m & f French (Rare), Dutch (Rare)
French variant of Florien (strictly masculine) and Dutch variant of Fleurine (strictly feminine).
Fleurtje f Dutch
Diminutive of Fleur. Also compare the related name Floortje.
Fleury m French
Masculine form of Fleur. This was the name of an 11th-century prince of France, a son of Philip I.
Flicka f English
Diminutive of Felicity.
Flicky f English
Diminutive of Felicity (compare Flick).
Flidais f Irish Mythology
Meaning uncertain, allegedly "doe". Flidais was an Irish goddess of forests, hunting and wild animals, especially stags and deer - by which her chariot was drawn. She is the chief figure in the 'Táin Bó Flidhais', one of the lesser known cattle raid tales which makes her the wife of Ailill Finn and lover, later wife, of the hero Fergus mac Róich.
Flieur f Jèrriais
Jèrriais form of Fleur, cognate of Flora, as well as a direct adoption of Jèrriais flieur "flower".
Flip m Jèrriais
Variant of Ph'lip.
Flipper m American
Nickname for Willie Lee "Flipper" Anderson, Jr. a former American football wide receiver in the National Football League. He played professionally for the Los Angeles Rams, the Indianapolis Colts, the Washington Redskins, and the Denver Broncos.
Flisa f Swedish (Rare), Literature
Taken from the name of one of the characters in Bertil Almqvist's 1950s children's book classic Barna Hedenhös which is set in the Stone Age.... [more]
Fliss f English
Diminutive of Felicity.
Flissy f English
Diminutive of Felicity.
Flita f Literature
Flita (The blossom and the fruit) is the title of a novel by the theosophic author Mabel Collins. The protagonist of the novel is a practioner of black magic.
Flittah f American (Rare, Archaic)
Supposedly a variant of Flita.
Fllada f Albanian
From the Albanian fllad meaning "light breeze, fresh air".
Flladagim m Albanian
From the Albanian fllad meaning "breeze, light wind" and agim meaning "dawn".
Flladagime f Albanian
From the Albanian fllad meaning "breeze, light wind" and agim meaning "dawn".
Fllade f Albanian
Means "breeze, light wind" in Albanian.
Flladim m Albanian
From the Albanian fllad meaning "breeze, light wind".
Flladime f Albanian
Derived from Albanian fllad meaning "light and pleasant breeze".
Flladine f Albanian (Rare)
Flladine is a feminin name based on the word Fllad, ' breeze', + ine ( diminuitive suffix ) ... [more]
Flladjet m Albanian
From the Albanian fllad meaning "breeze, light wind" and jetë meaning "life"
Flladjeta f Albanian
Derived from the Albanian fllad meaning "light breeze, fresh air" and jetë meaning "life".
Fllavie f Norman
Norman form of Flavia.
Fllipin m Norman
Norman form of Philip.
Floare f Romanian (Rare)
Directly taken from Romanian floare "flower".
Floarea f Romanian
Derived from Romanian floare "flower".
Floen m Norwegian
Norwegian form of Flavius.
Flöera m Vilamovian
Vilamovian form of Florian.
Floire f Judeo-Anglo-Norman
Judeo-Anglo-Norman variant of Fleur and Floria.