Boy Names Start With F

Name Origin meaning Popularname
FADEYArmenian praise. -----
FADEYKAArmenian praise. -----
FADEYUSHKAArmenian praise. -----
FADIArabic redeemer an attribute of Christ-----
FADILArabic learned virtuous.-----
FADLArabic learned virtuous.-----
FAHDArabic leopard lynx.-----
FAHIMArabic acute of understanding an intellectual. -----
FAIRUZArabic turquoise. -----
FAIZArabic abundance exuberance.-----
FAIZAArabic victorious. -----
FAKHRArabic glory. -----
FAKHRIArabic glorious meritorious.-----
FALERINArthurian healthy a king who abducts Guinevere. -----
FARAGArabic comfort release succour.-----
FARAGArmenian comfort release succour.-----
FARAIAfrican rejoice. -----
FARAJArabic comfort release succour.-----
FARAM YANHABArabic a Himyaritic king of Saba and Dhu Raidan. -----
FAREEDArabic unique. -----
FARIDArabic unique. -----
FARISArabic horseman. -----
FAROOQArabic distinguisher. -----
FAROUKArabic distinguisher. -----
FARUQArabic divider distinguisher.-----
FATHIArabic conqueror. -----
FATJONAlbanian our fortune. -----
FATLUMAlbanian fortunate. -----
FATMIRAlbanian good luck fortune. -----
FATONAlbanian our fortune. -----
FAWZIArabic victory. -----
FAYIZArabic superiority victory.-----
FAYRUZArabic turquoise. -----
FAYSALArabic judge. -----
FEIREFIZArthurian of chequered color Percivals mulatto half brother. -----
FEMIAfrican God loves me. -----
FFUMBEAfrican cook or slave . -----
FIHRArabic stone. -----
FIKRIArabic reflection thought.-----
FIRDAUSArabic paradise. -----
FIRDOSArabic paradise. -----
FIRDOUSArabic paradise. -----
FIROZArabic victorious. -----
FIRUZArabic victorious. -----
FISKALAfrican butcher bird. -----
FISNIKAlbanian noble. -----
FITIMAlbanian one who gains. -----
FITOREAlbanian victory. -----
FLAMURAlbanian banner ensign flag. -----
FLOLLOArthurian tender weak a Roman tribune.-----
FLORENCEArthurian son of Gawain flourishing. -----
FOLAMIAfrican honor me. -----
FOUADArabic the heart the mind the soul.-----
FREDERIKAlbanian peace ruler. -----
FREODHERICAnglo Saxon peace ruler. -----
FREODHORICAnglo Saxon peace ruler. -----
FRITHURICAnglo Saxon peace ruler. -----
FUADArabic the heart the mind the soul.-----
FUDUAfrican tortoise. -----
FULATHELAAfrican he will go far. -----
FUMBEAfrican cook or some wild grey animal.-----
FUMNANYAAfrican he who inspires love. -----
FUNGAIAfrican thinker. -----
FELIPEChamoru/ChamorroPhilip fond of horses.-----
FELISChamoru/Chamorrohappy.-----
FANChinesemortal.-----
FANGChineseagreeable fragrant plants.-----
FENFANGChinesethe fragrance of flowers herbs etc.-----
FLEMMINGCornisha runaway or from Flanders.-----
FRANJOCroatianfree.-----
FRANTIEKCzechfree.-----
FLEMMINGDanisha runaway or from Flanders.-----
FREDERICKDanishpeace ruler.-----
FREDERIKDanishpeace ruler.-----
FREJDanishlover and lord.-----
FRITSDanishpeace ruler.-----
FAASDutchgreat council.-----
FILIPPUSDutchfond of horses.-----
FLORISDutchflourishing.-----
FRANCISCUSDutchFrenchman or free.-----
FRANSDutchFrenchman or free.-----
FRANZDutchFrenchman or free.-----
FREDERIKDutchpeace ruler.-----
FREEKDutchpeace ruler.-----
FRITSDutchpeace ruler.-----
FAI BOK RA NEFEgyptiana prophet priest of Amen.-----
FAI HONEgyptianan overseer of the gatekeepers of the royal palace.-----
FAI HOR OUSEREgyptianan Egyptian gentleman.-----
FAI IRI EIEgyptiana royal scribe.-----
FAI ITEN HEMH BAIEgyptianan Egyptian priest.-----
FAI NOFREEgyptianan Egyptian royal scribe.-----
FAI NOFRE BAIEgyptiana prophet or priest of Osiris.-----
FENT HEMP AMENTIEgyptiana name of Osiris.-----
FABIANEnglishEnglish form of Latin Fabianus meaning like Fabius.-----
FARLEYEnglishEnglish habitational surname transferred to unisex forename use composed of the Old English elements fearn fern and leah clearing, meadow, hence fern meadow.-----
FARONEnglishVariant spelling of English Farran meaning ardent for peace.-----
FARQUHAREnglishScottish Anglicized form of Gaelic Fearchar meaning dear man.-----
FARRANEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use from the French name Ferrand meaning ardent for peace.-----
FARRELLEnglishIrish surname transferred to forename use from an Anglicized form of Gaelic Fearghail descendant of Fearghal, hence man of valor.-----
FAWKEEnglishAltered form of medieval English Fulke meaning tribe.-----
FELIMEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Feidhlim possibly meaning ever good.-----
FELISMedievalEnglishEnglish form of Latin Felix meaning happy or lucky. Compare with another form of Felis.-----
FELIXEnglishLatin name meaning happy or lucky. In the bible this is the name of a Roman procurator of Judea.-----
FELYSEEnglishMedieval English form of Latin Felix meaning happy or lucky.-----
FENTONEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use composed of the Old English elements fenn fen, marsh and tun enclosure, settlement, hence marsh settlement.-----
FERDEnglishShort form of English Ferdinand meaning ardent for peace.-----
FERDIEEnglishPet form of English Ferdinand meaning ardent for peace.-----
FERDINANDEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Fearghus meaning strong man.-----
FERDYEnglishPet form of English Ferdinand meaning ardent for peace.-----
FERGALEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Fearghal meaning man of valor.-----
FERGIEEnglishPet form of English Fergus meaning strong man.-----
FERGUSEnglishIrish and Scottish Anglicized form of Gaelic Fearghus meaning strong man. In Irish mythology this was the name an Ulster hero.-----
FESTEREnglishLow German pet form of Latin Silvester meaning from the forest.-----
FESTUSEnglishRoman Latin name derived from the word festus meaning festival. In the bible this is the name of the successor of Felix the procurator of Judea who refused to bow to the pressure of the Jews who wanted him to condemn St. Paul to death for preaching. He is also known by the name Porcius.-----
FIDOEnglishLatin name meaning I trust. Once a popular name for dogs.-----
FILANDEREnglishVariant spelling of English Philander meaning with love for people.-----
FILBERTEnglishEnglish form of Latin Filbertus meaning very bright.-----
FILLINEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Faolan meaning little wolf.-----
FINBAREnglishIrish Anglicized form of Gaelic Fionnbarr meaning fair headed.-----
FINDLAYEnglishVariant spelling of English Finley meaning white champion.-----
FINGALEnglishScottish Anglicized form of Gaelic Fionnghall meaning white valor.-----
FINGALLEnglishVariant spelling of English Fingal meaning white valor.-----
FINIANEnglishVariant spelling of English Finnian meaning little white one.-----
FINLAYEnglishVariant spelling of English Finley meaning white champion.-----
FINLEYEnglishScottish Anglicized form of Gaelic Fionnlagh meaning white champion.-----
FINBARREnglishVariant spelling of English Finbar meaning fair headed.-----
FINNBAREnglishIrish Anglicized form of Gaelic Fionnbarr meaning fair headed.-----
FINNEGANEnglishIrish surname transferred to forename use from an Anglicized form of Gaelic Fionnagain descendant of Fionnagan, hence tiny little white one.-----
FINNIANEnglishIrish Anglicized form of Gaelic Finnen meaning little white one.-----
FINTANEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Fiontan meaning white fire.-----
FLANNERYEnglishIrish surname transferred to forename use from an Anglicized form of Gaelic Flannabhra descendant of Flannabhra, hence red eyebrows.-----
FLETCHEREnglishEnglish occupational surname transferred to forename use from Old French flechier from Germanic fleche arrow meaning maker of arrows.-----
FLINTEnglishEnglishname derived from the Old English/Low German word flint meaning stone splinter, originally used as a byname for someone hard and tough as flint. Compare with another form of Flint.-----
FLORENCEEnglishCompare with feminine Florence.1. Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Flaithri meaning prince king.-----
FLORRYEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Flaithri meaning prince king. Compare with feminine Florry.-----
FLURRYEnglishEnglishunisex name derived from the vocabulary word meaning snow squall.-----
FLYNNEnglishIrish surname transferred to forename use from an Anglicized form of Gaelic Floinn meaning descendant of Flann, hence red, ruddy.-----
FOLEYEnglishIrish surname transferred to forename use derived from an Anglicized form of Gaelic Foghladha descendant of Foghlaidh, hence pirate, plunderer.-----
FONZEnglishShort form of English Alfonzo meaning noble and ready.-----
FONZIEEnglishPet form of English Alfonzo meaning noble and ready.-----
FORDEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use from the Old English word ford meaning ford, river crossing.-----
FORESTEnglishVariant spelling of English Forrest meaning lives in or by an enclosed wood.-----
FORRESTEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use meaning lives in or by an enclosed wood.-----
FOSTEREnglishEnglish occupational surname transferred to forename use which could have derived from any of the following 1 Middle English foster meaning foster parent, 2 forster meaning forester, 3 forster meaning shearer, or 4 fuyster meaning saddle tree maker.-----
FOWKEEnglishVariant form of English Fulke meaning people, tribe.-----
FOXEnglishFrom an Old English byname meaning fox.-----
FRANCEEnglishShort form of English Francis meaning French.-----
FRANCISEnglishEnglishname derived from Latin Franciscus meaning French. This name is sometimes mistakenly given to girls instead of the identically pronounced feminine form Frances.-----
FRANKEnglishEnglishname originally derived from the name of a Germanic tribe called the Franks meaning French. It is also used as a short form of Franklin freeman and Francis French.-----
FRANKIEEnglishUnisex pet form of English Frances and Francis both meaning French.-----
FRANKLINEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use from the Middle English word frankeleyn meaning freeman.-----
FRANKLYNEnglishVariant spelling of English Franklin meaning freeman.-----
FRASEREnglishFrench surname transferred to forename use of Norman origin but the derivation has been lost due to corruption of form by association with the French word fraise meaning strawberry.In English and Scottish use.-----
FRAZEREnglishEnglish variant spelling of French Fraser meaning strawberry.-----
FRAZIEREnglishVariant spelling of English Frazer meaning strawberry.-----
FREDEnglishShort form of English Frederick meaning peaceful ruler.-----
FREDDIEEnglishUnisex pet form of English Frederick and Latin Frederica both meaning peaceful ruler.-----
FREDDYEnglishPet form of English Frederick meaning peaceful ruler.-----
FREDERICKEnglishEnglish form of French Frederic meaning peaceful ruler.-----
FREDRICEnglishVariant spelling of English Frederick meaning peaceful ruler.-----
FREDRICKEnglishVariant spelling of English Frederick meaning peaceful ruler.-----
FREDRIKVariantEnglishspelling of English Frederick meaning peaceful ruler. Compare with another form of Fredrik.-----
FREEMANEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use meaning freeman.-----
FULKEnglishModern form of Medieval English Fulke meaning people, tribe.-----
FULKEEnglishMedieval English form of Old Norse Folki meaning people, tribe.-----
FEETRIKKIFinnishFinnish form of Old High German Friedrich meaning peaceful ruler.-----
FREDRIIKFinnishFinnish form of German Fridric meaning peaceful ruler.-----
FABIENFrenchFrench form of Latin Fabianus meaning like Fabius.-----
FABRICEFrenchFrench name derived from Roman Latin Fabricius meaning craftsman.-----
FELICIENFrenchFrench form of Roman Latin Felicianus meaning happy or lucky.-----
FELICITEFrenchFrench unisex form of Latin Felix meaning happy or lucky.-----
FELIXFrenchFrench form of Latin Felix meaning happy or lucky.-----
FERNANDFrenchFrench form of Spanish Fernando meaning ardent for peace.-----
FERRANDFrenchOld French form of Visigothic Frithnanth meaning ardent for peace.-----
FERRANTFrenchVariant spelling of French Ferrand meaning ardent for peace.-----
FIACREFrenchFrench form of Irish Gaelic Fiachra meaning raven.-----
FILIBERTFrenchFrench form of German Filabert meaning very bright.-----
FILIMORFrenchNorman French name composed of the Germanic elements filu very and mari famous, hence very famous.-----
FIRMINFrenchFrench name derived from Latin Firminus meaning firm, steadfast.-----
FLORENCEFrenchEnglish and French form of Latin Florentius meaning blossoming.Compare with another form of Florence.-----
FLORENTINFrenchFrench form of Latin Florentius meaning blossoming.-----
FOLQUETFrenchProvencal form of French Foulques meaning people, tribe.-----
FOULQUESFrenchFrench form of Old Norse Folki meaning people, tribe.-----
FRANCFrenchFrench form of Latin Franciscus meaning French.-----
FRANCKFrenchFrench form of Latin Franciscus meaning French.-----
FRANOISFrenchFrench form of Latin Franciscus meaning French.-----
FRASERFrenchFrench surname transferred to forename use of Norman origin but the derivation has been lost due to corruption of form by association with the French word fraise meaning strawberry.In English and Scottish use.-----
FREDERICFrenchFrench form of Latin Fredericus meaning peaceful ruler.-----
FRERYFrenchMiddle French pet form of French Frederic meaning peaceful ruler.-----
FULBERTFrenchFrench form of German Filabert meaning very bright.-----
FEARCHARMisc. GaelicGaelic name composed of the elements fear man and char dear, hence dear man.-----
FEARDORCHAMisc. GaelicGaelic name composed of the elements fear man and dorcha dark, hence dark man.-----
FEARGHALMisc. GaelicGaelic name composed of the elements fear man and gal valor, hence man of valor.-----
FEARGHASMisc. GaelicVariant spelling of Gaelic Fearghus meaning strong man.-----
FEARGHUSMisc. GaelicGaelic name composed of the elements fear man and gus ability, strength, vigor, hence strong man.-----
FEIDHLIMMisc. GaelicShort form of Irish Gaelic Feidhlimidh possibly meaning hospitable.-----
FEIDHLIMIDHMisc. GaelicIrish Gaelic name possibly derived from the word feile meaning hospitable.-----
FINNOldMisc. GaelicIrish form of modern Gaelic Fionn meaning fair, white. In Irish legend this is the name of a hero Finn MacCool who became all knowing after eating a magic salmon. Compare with another form of Finn.-----
FINNENMisc. GaelicGaelic name composed of Old Irish Finn white and a diminutive suffix hence little white one.-----
FIONMisc. GaelicVariant spelling of Gaelic Fionn meaning fair, white.-----
FIONNMisc. GaelicModern Gaelic form of Old Irish Finn meaning fair, white.-----
FIONNAGANMisc. GaelicDouble diminutive of Gaelic Fionn meaning tiny little white one.-----
FIONNBARRMisc. GaelicGaelic name composed of the elements Fionn white and barr Old Irish barr head, top, hence fair headed.-----
FIONNBARRAMisc. GaelicVariant spelling of Gaelic Fionnbarr meaning fair headed.-----
FIONNBHARRMisc. GaelicVariant spelling of Gaelic Fionnbarr meaning fair headed.-----
FIONNGHALLMisc. GaelicGaelic name composed of the elements Fionn fair, white and gal valor, hence white valor.-----
FIONNLAGHMisc. GaelicGaelic name composed of the elements Fionn fair, white and laoch champion, hero, hence white champion. This is the conventional translation however there used to be an old Gaelic word lagh now obsolete that was borrowed from the Old English term iar lagh iar set, ready + lagh law therefore this name could have originally meant white law man .-----
FLOINMisc. GaelicOld Gaelic byname meaning red, ruddy.-----
FRANGMisc. GaelicScottish Gaelic form of Latin Franciscus meaning French.-----
FARAMONDGermanLater spelling of Old High German Faramund meaning journey protection.-----
FARAMUNDGermanGerman name composed of the elements fara journey and mund protection, hence journey protection.-----
FASTREDGermanGermanic name composed of the elements fast firm and rad counsel, hence firm counsel.-----
FEDDEGermanPet form of Frisian Freddercke meaning peaceful ruler. Also used as a pet form of other Frisian names beginning with frid meaning peace.-----
FEIREFIZGermanIn the German Arthurian epic poem Parzival Sir Percival has a mulatto half brother Feirefiz meaning black and white son, whom he meets near the end of the poem. During a fight with Feirefiz Percival s sword breaks but Feirefiz does not slay him. As they are talking they learn that they both have the same father.-----
FESTERGermanLow German pet form of Latin Silvester meaning from the forest.-----
FILABERTGermanMedieval German name composed of the elements fila much and berht bright, famous, hence very bright.-----
FLORENZGermanGerman form of Latin Florentius meaning blossoming.-----
FRANZGermanGerman form of Latin Franciscus meaning French.-----
FREDDERCKEGermanFrisian form of Old High German Frideric meaning peaceful ruler.-----
FRIDERICGermanContracted form of Old High German Friedrich meaning peaceful ruler.-----
FRIDRICGermanContracted form of German Frideric meaning peaceful ruler.-----
FRIEDEMANNGermanGerman name composed of the elements frid peace and man man, hence man of peace.-----
FRIEDERICGermanVariant spelling of Old High German Friedrich meaning peaceful ruler.-----
FRIEDHELMGermanGerman name composed of the elements frid peace and helm helmet, protection, hence peace protector.-----
FRIEDHOLDGermanGerman name composed of the elements frid peace and wald rule, power, hence peaceful ruler.-----
FRIEDRICHGermanOld High German name composed of the elements fridu peace and rihhi mighty, powerful, hence peaceful ruler.-----
FRITZGermanPet form of German Friedrich meaning peaceful ruler.-----
FULCOGermanOld German equivalent of Old Norse Folki meaning people, tribe.-----
FERHONANTHSGothic/Visigothic/Ostrogothicdaring his life.-----
FRIDEGERGothic/Visigothic/Ostrogothicspear of peace.-----
FRITHIGERNGothic/Visigothic/Ostrogothicspear of peace.-----
FRITIGERNGothic/Visigothic/Ostrogothicspear of peace.-----
FOTIOSGreek Variant spelling of Greek Photios meaning light.-----
FOTISGreek Contracted form of Greek Fotios meaning light.-----
FERKARomanianGypsy/Romaniform of Hungarian Ferko a pet form of Ferenc meaning French.-----
FONSORomaniGypsy/Romaniform of Italian/Spanish Alfonso meaning noble and ready.-----
FLINTJewishHebrew/Jewishornamental name meaning shotgun. Compare with another form of Flint.-----
FALKORIcelandicPerhaps a modern form of Icelandic Fylkir meaning people, tribe.-----
FENRISULFURIcelandicIcelandic form of Old Norse Fenrisulfr popularly translated swamp wolf, but probably originally meaning wolf of hell.-----
FREYIcelandicIcelandic form of Old Norse Freyr meaning lord, master.-----
FRIDRIKIcelandicIcelandic form of German Frideric meaning peaceful ruler.-----
FRIDPJOFURIcelandicIcelandic form of Old Norse Friojofr meaning peace thief.-----
FRODIIcelandicIcelandic name derived from Old Norse froor meaning wise.-----
FYLKIRIcelandicIcelandic form of Old Norse Folki meaning people, tribe.-----
FARIDOONPersian/Avestan/IranianPersian legend name of a king meaning thrice strong.-----
FEROZEPersian/Avestan/Iranian Persian form of Arabic Firuz meaning victorious.-----
FRAVARDINPersian/Avestan/Iranian Persian name derived from the word fravashi meaning guardian spirit.-----
FACHTNAIrishIrish Gaelic name possibly meaning hostile, malicious.In Irish legend this is the name of the father of Conchobhar.-----
FAELANIrishVariant spelling of Irish Gaelic Faolan meaning little wolf.-----
FAOLANIrishIrish Gaelic name composed of the word faol wolf and a diminutive suffix hence little wolf.-----
FARRELLIrishIrish surname transferred to forename use from an Anglicized form of Gaelic Fearghail descendant of Fearghal, hence man of valor.-----
FECHINIrishVariant spelling of Irish Gaelic Feichin meaning little raven.-----
FEICHINIrishOld Irish Gaelic name composed of fiach raven, and a diminutive suffix, hence little raven. -----
FEIDHLIMIrishShort form of Irish Gaelic Feidhlimidh possibly meaning hospitable.-----
FEIDHLIMIDHIrishIrish Gaelic name possibly derived from the word feile meaning hospitable.-----
FERGUSIrishIrish and Scottish Anglicized form of Gaelic Fearghus meaning strong man. In Irish mythology this was the name an Ulster hero.-----
FIACHNAIrishVariant form of Irish Fiachra meaning raven.-----
FIACHRAIrishIrish name derived from Gaelic fiach meaning raven. In mythology this is the name of one of the children Lir turned into swans for 900 years.-----
FINDLAECHIrishOld Irish form of Gaelic Fionnlagh meaning white champion.-----
FINNOldIrishIrish form of modern Gaelic Fionn meaning fair, white. In Irish legend this is the name of a hero Finn MacCool who became all knowing after eating a magic salmon. Compare with another form of Finn.-----
FINNBARIrishIrish Anglicized form of Gaelic Fionnbarr meaning fair headed.-----
FINNEGANIrishIrish surname transferred to forename use from an Anglicized form of Gaelic Fionnagain descendant of Fionnagan, hence tiny little white one.-----
FINNENIrishGaelic name composed of Old Irish Finn white and a diminutive suffix hence little white one.-----
FINNIANIrishIrish Anglicized form of Gaelic Finnen meaning little white one.-----
FIONNIrishModern Gaelic form of Old Irish Finn meaning fair, white.-----
FIONNTANIrishVariant form of Irish Gaelic Fiontan meaning white fire.-----
FIONTANIrishIrish Gaelic name composed of the elements fionn white and tine fire, hence white fire.-----
FITZIrishShort form of Irish Fitzroy meaning illegitimate son of the king.-----
FITZROYIrishIrish name derived from an Anglo Norman French surname meaning illegitimate son of the king.-----
FLAITHRIIrishIrish Gaelic name composed of the elements flaith Gaelic flath chief, prince and ri the Old Irish form of righ king, hence prince king.-----
FLANNIrishTraditional Irish name derived from Gaelic Floin meaning red, ruddy.-----
FLANNABHRAIrishIrish Gaelic name meaning red eyebrows.-----
FLANNANIrishDiminutive form of Irish Gaelic Flann meaning little red one.-----
FLANNCHADHIrishIrish Gaelic name composed of the elements Flann red, ruddy and cath battle, war, hence red warrior.-----
FLANNERYIrishIrish surname transferred to forename use from an Anglicized form of Gaelic Flannabhra descendant of Flannabhra, hence red eyebrows.-----
FLANNGHALIrishIrish Gaelic name composed of the elements Flann red, ruddy and gal valor, hence red valor.-----
FLYNNIrishIrish surname transferred to forename use from an Anglicized form of Gaelic Floinn meaning descendant of Flann, hence red, ruddy.-----
FOGHLAIDHIrishIrish Gaelic byname meaning pirate, plunderer.-----
FOIRTCHERNIrishIrish form of English Vortigern possibly meaning high lord or overlord. In use by the Scottish.-----

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