Submitted Names Starting with F

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Flojera f Albanian
From the Albanian flojere meaning "flute".
Flojere f Albanian
Means "flute" in Albanian.
Flokarta f Albanian
From the Albanian flokartë meaning "golden haired".
Flokarte f Albanian
From a poetic term meaning "golden haired, blonde".
Flóki m Icelandic, Faroese, Ancient Scandinavian
Derived from Old Norse flóki "tuft of hair" or "outspoken man".
Flonne f Popular Culture
Flonne is the name of a main character of Disgaea, a series of tactical RPG games developed by Nippon Ichi.
Flonnie f English
Diminutive of Florence.
Floora f Finnish
Finnish form of Flora.
Flor m Catalan, Russian
Catalan and Russian form of Florus.
Flor m Polish
Polish form of Florus.
Flòra f Occitan
Occitan form of Flora.
Flöra m Vilamovian
Vilamovian form of Florian.
Florá f Sami
Sami form of Flora.
Florabel f English (Rare), Filipino
Variant of Florabelle, a combination of Flora and Belle. A well-known bearer was the American reporter, newspaper columnist and author Florabel Muir (1889-1970), who covered both Hollywood celebrities and underworld gangsters from the 1920s through the 1960s.
Flòraidh f Scottish Gaelic
Scottish Gaelic form of Florrie and Flora.
Floralia f English, Spanish (Latin American)
Allegedly a rare elaboration of Flora, perhaps inspired by names like Rosalia.
Floramie f American (?)
Name of customer service person who helped me online today
Floranne f French (Rare), Dutch (Rare)
This given name can be a variant form of Floriane or Florianne as well as a combination of any name starting with Flor- with Anne.... [more]
Floransz f Hungarian
Hungarian adoption of Florance, reflecting the French pronunciation.
Florantine f Picard
Picard form of Florentine.
Florchi f Spanish
Diminutive of Florencia.
Florchu f Spanish
Diminutive of Florencia.
Florci f Spanish
Diminutive of Florencia.
Florcia f Polish
Diminutive of Flora.
Florcita f Spanish
Diminutive of Florencia.
Florda f Ancient Egyptian
Feminine form of Florida
Flor de Lix f Judeo-French
Judeo-French form of Fleurdelys.
Flordeliza f Filipino
Spanish form of Fleurdelys.
Florë f Albanian
Albanian form of Flora.
Florea m Romanian
Variant of Florian.
Floreana f Spanish
Originally the name of one of the Galapagos Islands. ... [more]
Floreanita f Spanish
Diminutive of Floreana.
Floreat f English (Rare, Archaic)
Means "let it flourish, let it prosper". Often used as a civic motto, or as part of a motto, which may help explain its use as a name.
Floreczka f Polish
Diminutive of Flora.
Floreen f English (Rare)
This name can be a variant form of Florine (compare names like Pauleen and Rosaleen) as well as a combination of Flora with any name ending in -een, such as Kathleen and Maureen.
Florelle f French
Florelle was the stage name of the French singer and actress Odette Rousseau (1898-1974). In her case, it was derived from the surname of her friend Jean Flor (born Jean Florent), a singer and actor.
Florenci m Catalan
Catalan form of Florentius (see Florence).
Florència f Catalan
Catalan form of Florence.
Florencija f Croatian (Rare), Lithuanian (Rare)
Croatian and Lithuanian form of Florentia (see Florence). Note that Florencija is also the Lithuanian name for the Italian city of Florence.
Florencije m Croatian (Rare)
Croatian form of Florentius (see Florence).
Florencijs m Latvian (Archaic)
Latvian form of Florentius (see Florence).
Florencijus m Lithuanian (Archaic)
Lithuanian form of Florentius (see Florence).
Florencja f Polish (Rare)
Polish form of Florentia (see Florence). Note that Florencja is also the Polish name for the Italian city of Florence.
Florencjusz m Polish (Rare)
Polish form of Florentius (see Florence).
Florene f English
Variation of Florine.
Florens m Late Roman, Dutch (Rare), German (Rare)
Roman cognomen which was derived from Latin florens meaning "prosperous, flourishing" (see Florence).... [more]
Florența f Romanian
Romanian form of Florentia (see Florence). Note that Florența is also the Romanian name for the Italian city of Florence.
Florenta f Spanish (Rare)
Feminine form of Florente as well as a variant form of Florencia, which is the main Spanish form of Florentia.... [more]
Florente m Spanish (Rare)
Spanish form of Florens as well as a variant form of Florencio, which is the main Spanish form of Florentius.
Florentian m English (Archaic), German (Archaic)
English and German form of Florentianus. This name was borne by saint Florentian, a 5th-century bishop from North Africa who was forced into exile by the Vandal king Gaiseric (also known as Geiseric and Genseric) for continuing to adhere to Orthodox Christianity.
Florentiana f Late Roman, Dutch (Rare)
Feminine form of Florentianus. This name is not to be confused with the similar-looking name Florentina.
Florentianus m Late Roman
Extended form of Florentius (see Florence). This name is not to be confused with the similar-looking name Florentinus.... [more]
Florentien m & f French (Archaic), Dutch (Rare)
French form of Florentianus (strictly masculine) and Dutch variant of Florentine (predominantly feminine).
Florentijn m & f Dutch (Rare)
Dutch form of Florentinus (for men) and Florentina (for women), but the name is most often encountered on men. It is unisex in the Netherlands, but strictly masculine in Flanders, the Dutch-speaking part of Belgium.... [more]
Florentios m Greek
Modern Greek spelling of Phlorentios, which is the late Greek form of Florentius.
Florențiu m Romanian (Rare)
Romanian form of Florentius (see Florence).
Florentiy m Russian
Russian form of Florentius (see Florence).
Florenty m Polish (Archaic), Russian (Rare)
Polish form of Florentius (see Florence) and Russian variant transcription of Florentiy.
Florentzia f Basque (Rare)
Basque form of Spanish Florencia (compare Florence).
Florenz m German (Rare), Dutch (Rare)
German form of Florentius and Dutch variant spelling of Florens. Note that Florenz is also the German name for the Italian city of Florence.... [more]
Florenza f Italian, Spanish (Archaic)
Italian variant of Fiorenza and Spanish variant of Florencia and/or Florenta.
Florenzo m Italian (Rare), Spanish (Archaic)
Italian variant of Fiorenzo and Spanish variant of Florencio and/or Florente.
Floressa f English (Rare)
Elaborated form of Flora.
Florestan m French (Rare), German (Rare), Theatre, Literature, Polish (Archaic)
Obscure southern French name probably derived from Latin florescere "to flower; to put forth blooms".... [more]
Florestine f French (Rare), Louisiana Creole
French feminine form of Florestan. This was borne by Princess Florestine of Monaco (1833-1897), daughter of the Monegasque prince Florestan I.
Florëszk m Kashubian
Diminutive of Florión.
Florëszka f Kashubian
Diminutive of Flóra and Floriana.
Flori f Judeo-Spanish
Diminutive of Flora.
Floriaan m Dutch (Rare)
Dutch form of Florianus (see Florian).
Floriant m Medieval French, French (Rare), Walloon (Rare), Literature
Variant form of Florian, which was probably influenced by the related name Florent. Alternatively, this name may have been derived from a contraction of the French adjective florissant meaning "flourishing".... [more]
Floribert m Dutch, German, French
Derived from Latin florens "prosperous, flourishing" combined with Old High German beraht "bright."
Floriberto m Spanish (Latin American), Portuguese
Spanish and Portuguese form of Floribert.
Floribeth f Spanish (Caribbean)
Combination of Flora or any other name beginning with the element Flor- and Beth.... [more]
Florica f Romanian, Romani, Hungarian
Derived from Romanian floricică, itself a diminutive of floare "flower".
Florice m Medieval English, Medieval French
Medieval English and French variant of Floris, from the name of a male character in the medieval romance Floris (or Florice) and Blancheflour, apparently derived from floris, Latin meaning "of flowers" or "belonging to flowers".
Florice f English, Medieval English
Medieval English feminine form of Late Latin Floritia, derived from Flora. Compare Clarice and Lettice.
Flórida f Portuguese (Rare)
Portuguese form of Florida.
Florida f Late Roman, Albanian, Italian (Rare), English (American), Spanish (Latin American), Louisiana Creole
Feminine form of Floridus. This is also the name of a state in the United States of America, which was originally named La Florida by the Spanish explorer Juan Ponce de León (1474-1521)... [more]
Floridalma f Spanish (Latin American)
Either a combination of the names Florida and Alma 1 or a combination of the related Spanish words florida meaning "flourishing, blooming, florid" and alma meaning "soul"... [more]
Floride f & m French (Rare), French (African), Italian (Rare), Walloon (Rare), American (South, Archaic)
French form of Floridus (for men) and Florida (for women), but the name is most often encountered on women.... [more]
Flórido m Portuguese (Rare)
Portuguese form of Floridus.
Florido m Italian (Rare), Spanish (Rare)
Italian and Spanish form of Floridus. This was the name of an Italian saint from the 6th century AD.
Floridus m Late Roman
Roman cognomen which was derived from the Latin adjective floridus meaning "flowery, blooming, florid".
Florieke f Dutch
From Flora. ... [more]
Florien m & f French (Rare), Dutch (Rare)
French form of Florianus (see Florian) and Dutch variant of Florine.... [more]
Florija f Croatian (Rare), Slovene (Rare)
Croatian and Slovene form of Floria.
Florijana f Albanian, Croatian (Rare), Slovene (Rare)
Albanian, Croatian and Slovene form of Floriana.... [more]
Florije f Albanian
Derived from flori meaning "gold".
Florijn m & f Dutch (Rare)
Dutch form of Florinus (for men) and Florina (for women), but the name is most often encountered on men. It is unisex in the Netherlands, but strictly masculine in Flanders, the Dutch-speaking part of Belgium.... [more]
Florijonas m Lithuanian
Lithuanian form of Florianus (see Florian).
Florim m Albanian
Derived from Albanian word flori which means "piece of gold".
Florimel f Literature
Combination of Latin flos meaning "flower" (genitive floris) and mel "honey". This name was first used by Edmund Spenser in his poem 'The Faerie Queene' (1590).
Florimell f English, Literature
Florimell is a minor character in Edmund Spenser's The Faerie Queene (1590-1596). She was a lady in love with the knight Marinell, who initially rejected her. Hearing he was wounded, she set out in search and faced various perils, culminating in her being captured by Proteus.
Floriment m Gascon
Gascon variant of Florimond.
Florimondo m Italian (Archaic)
Italian form of Florimund. Also compare Florimond.... [more]
Florimund m German (Archaic), Dutch (Archaic), English (Archaic), Popular Culture, Theatre
Derived from Latin florens meaning "prosperous, flourishing" (see Florence) combined with Old High German mund meaning "protection."... [more]
Florimundo m Portuguese (Rare)
Portuguese form of Florimund. Also compare Florimond.
Florin m Albanian
Derived from Albanian flori "piece of gold".
Florina f Albanian (Rare)
Feminine form of Albanian Florin.
Florinde f French (Archaic), Dutch (Rare)
French form of Florinda and Dutch variant of Florinda.
Florinel m Romanian
Diminutive of Florin.
Florinela f Romanian
Feminine form of Florinel and diminutive of Florina.
Florinta f Italian (Rare, Archaic)
Possibly simply an elaboration of Flora with the suffix -inta.
Florio m Italian (Rare), Spanish (Latin American, Rare)
Italian and Spanish form of Florius. A known bearer of this name was the Uruguayan architect and art critic Florio Parpagnoli (1909-1978).
Florión m Kashubian
Kashubian form of Florian.
Floris f English (American, Rare)
Presumably either a variant of Florice or a version of Florence influenced by the spelling of Doris... [more]
Florise f French (Rare)
Feminine form of Floris.
Florissa f Dutch (Rare), Filipino
Dutch feminine form of Floris.
Florius m Late Roman
Roman nomen gentile which was derived from Florus.
Floriza f Albanian
Perhaps an elaborated form of Flora.
Florizel m Literature
Used by Shakespeare in his play 'The Winter's Tale' (1610) for the prince of Bohemia, lover of Perdita. It was used as a pseudonym by the British king George IV in his correspondence with actress Mary Robinson, his mistress who was herself known as Perdita (it being the Shakespeare character in which she first attracted his attention when prince of Wales)... [more]
Florjan m Albanian, Croatian (Rare), Slovene (Rare)
Variant of Florijan. A known bearer of this name is Florjan Lipuš (b. 1937), a Carinthian Slovene writer.
Flórk m Kashubian
Diminutive of Florión.
Florka f Polish
Diminutive of Flora.
Floros m Greek
Modern Greek spelling of Phloros, which is the ancient Greek form of Florus.
Florunia f Polish
Diminutive of Flora.
Floruś m Polish
Diminutive of Florian.
Florusia f Polish
Diminutive of Flora.
Flory f English
Variant of Florrie.
Floryjana f Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish variant of Floriana.
Florynce f English
Variant form of Florence. A well-known bearer of this name was the American civil rights advocate and feminist Florynce Kennedy (1916-2000).
Floss f English
A short form of Flossie which is likewise a nickname for Florence.
Flossy f English
Variant of Flossie.
Floszka f Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish diminutive of Floriana.
Floure f Romani
A bona fide cognate of Flora, this name is derived from the Romani adjective floure "flowery".
Flourish f English (British)
From the English word.
Flóvant m Faroese (Archaic)
Former Faroese form of Flóvent.
Flóvent m Icelandic, Faroese
Possibly a Icelandic and Faroese form of Flavius.
Flóvin m Faroese
Modern form of Flóvant.
Flowey m Popular Culture
Variant of Flower. In the RPG Undertale, Flowey is a sentient golden flower, the soulless reincarnation of Asriel, who tricks the player by calling his attacks "friendliness pellets".
Floy f English (Archaic)
Diminutive of Florence and Flora.
Floyda f English
Feminine form of Floyd.
Floyden m English (British)
Originally the name of a town in England (close to Norwich)
Fluellen m Theatre
Anglicized form of Llywelyn used by Shakespeare for a Welsh captain in his history play 'Henry V' (1599).
Fluenzi f Romani
Romani corruption of Florentia.
Fluffy m & f Pet, Literature
In HARRY POTTER AND THE SORCERER'S/PHILOSOPHER'S STONE, Fluffy was the monstrous guard dog.
Fluonia f Roman Mythology
Derives from fluo, fluere, "to flow," is a form of Juno who retains the nourishing blood within the womb. Women attended to the cult of Juno Fluonia "because she held back the flow of blood (i.e., menstruation) in the act of conception" and pregnancy... [more]
Fluorite f Popular Culture
From the crystal Fluorite (also called Fluorspar), this is also the name of a off-color gem from the show Steven Universe.
Flur f Judeo-Anglo-Norman
Judeo-Anglo-Norman variant of Fleur.
Flürä f Bashkir
Bashkir form of Flora or variant form of Flyura.
Flurin m Romansh
Romansh form of Florian.
Flurina f Romansh
Feminine form of Flurin (compare Florina).
Flurinda f Romansh
Elaboration of Flurina.
Flute m Theatre
Used by Shakespeare in his comedy 'A Midsummer Night's Dream' (1595), where it belongs to Francis Flute, a bellows-mender whose surname is said to reference a church organ.
Flutra f Albanian
Variant of Flutura.
Fluturak m Albanian
Means "flying" or "fast and agile, fleeting" in Albanian.
Fluturake f Albanian
Variant form of Flutura.
Fluturesha f Albanian
Elaborated form of Flutura.
Fluturim m Albanian
Means "flight, flying" in Albanian.
Fluturime f Albanian
Elaborated form of Flutura.
Fly m & f English
Diminutive of Flynn and Flynne.
Flye-debate m English (Puritan)
Referring to fleeing from argument.
Flykra f Faroese (Modern)
Directly taken from Faroese flykra "(snow) flake".
Flynne f & m English (Rare)
Variant or feminine form of Flynn.
Flynt m English
Variant of Flint.
Flyura f Russian, Tatar, Bashkir
Russian or Tatar name, possibly derived from the female name Flora.
Fɨnyuyn f Central African
Means "bird" in Kom.
f Chinese (Hakka)
Hakka Chinese form of .
Főbe f Hungarian
Etymology uncertain. It may be a form of Phoebe influenced by the Hungarian meaning "main, principle".
Foca m Medieval Italian
Italian form of Phokas (see Phocas). ... [more]
Focas m Catalan, Spanish, Portuguese
Catalan Spanish and Portuguese form of Phokas (see Phocas).
Foch m English (Rare)
Transferred use of the surname Foch.
Fócio m Portuguese
Portuguese form of Photios via Photius.
Focio m Spanish (Rare)
Spanish form of Photios.
Foco m Italian, Spanish, Portuguese
Italian, Spanish and Portuguese form of Phokos via its latinized form Phocus.
Fódla f Irish Mythology
One of a trinity of Irish goddesses, with Banba and Ériu.
Fodor m Hungarian
Means "wave, ripple" or "curl" in Hungarian. Useage as a given name may be influenced by Theodore.
Foeke m West Frisian
Variant form of Foke.
Fofo m Spanish
Diminutive of Rodolfo.
Fógartach m Ancient Irish
Means "proclaimed". Compare "announced" in Irish, D'fhógair
Foggy m & f English (Rare), Popular Culture
From the English word foggy.... [more]
Foghlaidh m Ancient Irish
Means "pirate, marauder, plunderer"
Fǫgrumskinni m Ancient Scandinavian
Old Norse byname meaning 'with beautiful skin'.
Foivos m Greek
Modern Greek form of Phoibos.
Foix f & m Catalan
From the Catalan title of the Virgin Mary, Mare de Déu de Foix, meaning "Mother of God of Foix," the name of a church located on a cliff near the headwaters of the river Foix in the Alt Penedès municipality of Torrelles de Foix, hence the heavy concentration of its usage in the comarca of Alt Penedès.
Fok m Bulgarian, Russian, Ukrainian
Bulgarian, Russian and Ukrainian form of Phokos.
Fokas m Greek (Rare), Czech (Rare), Polish (Rare)
Greek, Czech and Polish form of Phocas.
Foke m West Frisian, East Frisian
Frisian variant form of Folke.
Fokke m West Frisian, East Frisian
Variant form of Foke.
Folasade f Yoruba, Nigerian
Means "honour confers a crown" or "rule with nobility" in Yoruba.
Folashade f Yoruba, Nigerian
Variant transcription of Folasade.
Folbert m Dutch, German
Dutch and German form of Folcbert.
Folcbald m Ancient Germanic
Derived from Old High German folc "people" combined with Old High German bald "bold, brave."
Folcbeorht m Anglo-Saxon
Old English cognate of Fulbert.
Folcburg f Ancient Germanic
The first element of this name is derived from Old High German folc "people." The second element is derived from Gothic bairgan (bergan in Old High German) "to keep, to save, to preserve", or from Old High German burg "fortress."
Folcdag m Ancient Germanic
Derived from Old High German folc "people" combined with daga "day."
Folcgard f Ancient Germanic
The first element of this name is derived from Old High German folc "people." The second element is derived from gardan "to hedge in, to enclose, to fence in" or from Gothic gards "house, garden, (court)yard."
Folchard m Ancient Germanic
Derived from the Germanic elements folk "people" and hard "brave, hardy".
Folcman m Ancient Germanic
Derived from Old High German folc "people" combined with man "man."
Folcmar m Ancient Germanic
Derived from Old High German folc "people" combined with Old High German mâri "famous."
Folcmund m Ancient Germanic
Derived from Old High German folc "people" combined with Old High German mund "protection."
Folco m Italian
Italian form of Fulk.
Folcolf m Ancient Germanic
Variant spelling of Folculf.
Folcrad m Ancient Germanic
Derived from Old High German folc "people" combined with Old High German rât "counsel."
Folcram m Ancient Germanic
Derived from Old High German folc "people" combined with hraban or hramn "raven."
Folculf m Ancient Germanic
Derived from Old High German folc "people" combined with Gothic vulfs "wolf."
Folcward m Ancient Germanic
Derived from Old High German folc "people" combined with Old High German wart "guard."
Folcwin m Ancient Germanic
Derived from Old High German folc "people" combined with Old High German wini "friend."
Foldheiðr f Ancient Scandinavian
Combination of fold 'earth, plain' and heiðr 'bright, clear, cloudless'.
Folgert m East Frisian (Archaic), West Frisian (Rare)
Some sources state that this name is a variant form of Folkert, while at least one source states that it is a variant of Folger, the (West) Frisian form of the ancient Germanic name Folcgar.
Folkgæirr m Ancient Scandinavian
Old Norse name, combination of FOLK "army" and GEIR "spear."
Folkhard m German
German form of Folchard.
Folkmar m German
German form of Folcmar.
Folkrad m Dutch, German
Dutch and German form of Folcrad.
Folkstæinn m Ancient Scandinavian
Derived from Old Norse folk "people" and steinn "stone".
Folksten m Old Swedish
Old Swedish form of Folkstæinn.
Folkvard m Norwegian
Norwegian younger form of Folkvarðr.
Folkvi f Old Swedish
Old Swedish form of Folkví.
Folkví f Ancient Scandinavian
Derived from the Germanic name elements folk "people" and "home, temple, sanctuary".
Folkvidh m Old Swedish
Old Swedish form of Folkviðr.
Folkviðr m Ancient Scandinavian
Derived from Old Norse folk "people" and viðr "forest", "wood", "tree".
Folkward m Dutch, German
Dutch and German form of Folcward.
Folkwin m Dutch
Dutch form of Folcwin.
Folle m West Frisian
Frisian short form of names that contain the Old High Germanic element folc "people", such as Folmer and Folpert.