FinrodmLiterature 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.
FinwëmLiterature 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]
FiordalisafItalian (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.
Fiordalisof & mItalian (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
FiordelisafLiterature 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.
FitchmEnglish 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]
FitibaldomAncient 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".
FitimefAlbanian From fitim, an old fashioned Albanian word meaning "victory".
FlambergefPopular 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.
Flamem & fEnglish (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."
FlandrefFrench 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.
FlashmPopular 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]
FlaunysfManx (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.
FlidaisfIrish 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.
FlippermAmerican 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.
FlisafSwedish (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]