|FAHIMA||Arabic||acute of understanding an intellectual.||-----|
|FEMI||African||God loves me.||-----|
|FIRAMODOR||Anglo Saxon||the goddess of the earth.||-----|
|FLOREE||Arthurian||indigo powder blue .||-----|
|FRIDESWIDE||Anglo Saxon||peace strength.||-----|
|FRIDISWID||Anglo Saxon||peace strength.||-----|
|FRITHSWITH||Anglo Saxon||peace strength.||-----|
|FRITHUSWITH||Anglo Saxon||peace strength.||-----|
|FUMNANYA||African||she who inspires love.||-----|
|FUNANYA||African||she who inspires love.||-----|
|FANG||Chinese||agreeable fragrant plants.||-----|
|FENFANG||Chinese||the fragrance of flowers herbs etc.||-----|
|FENT KAUS||Egyptian||the daughter of an early unknown king.||-----|
|FAE||English||Variant spelling of English Fay meaning fairy.||-----|
|FAIRUZA||English||English name derived from the Persian word firouzeh meaning turquoise.||-----|
|FAITH||English||English name derived from the vocabulary word faith. It is one of the Puritan virtue names some others are Charity Chastity Honor Hope and Prudence.||-----|
|FAITHE||English||Variant spelling of English Faith meaning faith.||-----|
|FANCY||English||English name derived from the vocabulary word fancy which is a contracted form of fantasy meaning desire, inclination, whim.||-----|
|FANNI||English||Variant spelling of English Fanny meaning French.||-----|
|FANNY||English||Pet form of English Frances meaning French.||-----|
|FARAH||English||Arabic name meaning joy.||-----|
|FARLEY||English||English habitational surname transferred to unisex forename use composed of the Old English elements fearn fern and leah clearing, meadow, hence fern meadow.||-----|
|FARRAH||English||Variant spelling of Arabic Farah meaning joy.||-----|
|FAUNA||English||Feminine form of Roman Latin Faunus meaning to favor. This is an alternate name for several mythological characters including Marica Ops and Terra.||-----|
|FAWN||English||English name derived from the vocabulary word fawn meaning baby deer.||-----|
|FAWNA||English||Variant spelling of English Fawn meaning baby deer.||-----|
|FAY||English||English name derived from the vocabulary word fay from Old English faie meaning fairy. This name was in use in the 19th century when an interest in medieval times and Arthurian legends brought about mostly by Tennyson s Idylls of the King led to the use of such names as Fay and Morgan Percival and Tristan.||-----|
|FAYE||English||Variant spelling of English Fay meaning fairy.||-----|
|FEDELMA||English||Variant spelling of English Fidelma meaning hospitable.||-----|
|FELICE||English||French form of Latin Felicia meaning happy or lucky. Compare with masculine Felice.||-----|
|FELICIA||English||Feminine form of Latin Felix meaning happy or lucky.||-----|
|FELICITY||English||English form of French Felicie meaning happy or lucky.||-----|
|FELINA||English||English name derived from the Latin word felinus meaning cat like.||-----|
|FELISE||English||English variant spelling of French Felice meaning happy or lucky.||-----|
|FELISHA||English||English form of Latin Felicia meaning happy or lucky.||-----|
|FENELLA||English||Scottish Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Fionnghuala meaning white shoulder.||-----|
|FERN||English||English name derived from the vocabulary word fern from Old English fearn meaning fern, a type of leafy plant. The name was first used in the 19th century when flower plant or other dainty names were popular.||-----|
|FERNE||English||Variant spelling of English Fern meaning fern.||-----|
|FIDELMA||English||Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Feidhelm possibly meaning hospitable.||-----|
|FINELLA||English||Scottish Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Fionnghuala meaning white shoulder.||-----|
|FINOLA||English||Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Fionnghuala meaning white shoulder.||-----|
|FINUALA||English||Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Fionnghuala meaning white shoulder.||-----|
|FIONA||English||Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Fiona meaning vine.||-----|
|FIONOLA||English||Anglicized form of Scottish Gaelic Fionnghuala meaning white shoulder.||-----|
|FLICK||English||Pet form of English Felicity meaning happy or lucky.||-----|
|FLICKA||English||Pet form of English Felicity meaning happy or lucky.||-----|
|FLO||English||Short form of English/French Florence blossoming and Latin Flora flower.||-----|
|FLOELLA||English||Modern English compound name composed of Flo blossoming/flower and Ella foreign the other.||-----|
|FLOR||English||English variant spelling of French Fleur or perhaps just a short form of Latin Flora both meaning flower.||-----|
|FLORARoman||English||Latin name meaning flower. In mythology this is the name of a goddess of flowers and spring. Compare with another form of Flora.||-----|
|FLORE||English||English variant spelling of Roman Latin Flora meaning flower.||-----|
|FLORENCE||English||English and French feminine form of Latin Florentius meaning blossoming. Compare with masculine Florence.||-----|
|FLORETTE||English||English variant spelling of French Fleurette meaning little flower.||-----|
|FLORI||English||Variant spelling of English Florrie meaning flower.||-----|
|FLORINDA||English||English elaborated form of Roman Latin Flora meaning flower.||-----|
|FLORRIEEnglish||English||pet form of English/French Florence meaning blossoming.||-----|
|FLORRY||English||Variant spelling of English Florrie meaning blossoming. Compare with masculine Florry.||-----|
|FLOSSIE||English||English pet form of English/French Florence meaning blossoming.||-----|
|FLOWER||English||English name derived from the vocabulary word flower, from Proto Indo European *bhlo meaning to blossom, flourish.||-----|
|FLURRYEnglish||English||unisex name derived from the vocabulary word meaning snow squall.||-----|
|FORTUNE||English||English name derived from the vocabulary word from Latin fortuna meaning fortune, luck.||-----|
|FRAN||English||Short form of English Frances meaning French.||-----|
|FRANCENE||English||English variant spelling of French Francine meaning French.||-----|
|FRANCES||English||Feminine form of English Francis meaning French.||-----|
|FRANCINE||English||Diminutive form of French Francoise meaning French.||-----|
|FRANCISCA||English||Feminine form of Latin Franciscus meaning French.||-----|
|FRANKIE||English||Unisex pet form of English Frances and Francis both meaning French.||-----|
|FRANNIE||English||Pet form of English Frances meaning French.||-----|
|FREA||English||Anglicized form of Danish Freya meaning lady, mistress.||-----|
|FREDA||English||English short form of names ending with NAME||-----|
|FREDDA||English||Pet form of English Winifred meaning holy reconciliation.||-----|
|FREDDIE||English||Unisex pet form of English Frederick and Latin Frederica both meaning peaceful ruler.||-----|
|FREDERICA||English||Feminine form of Latin Fredericus meaning peaceful ruler. In use by the English and Portuguese.||-----|
|FREIDA||English||Variant spelling of German Frieda meaning peaceful ruler. Compare with another form of Freida.||-----|
|FAJRA||Esperanto||Esperanto name meaning fiery.||-----|
|FIERA||Esperanto||Esperanto name meaning proud.||-----|
|FREDRIIKA||Finnish||Feminine form of Finnish Fredriik meaning peaceful ruler.||-----|
|FREDRIIKKA||Finnish||Variant spelling of Finnish Fredriika meaning peaceful ruler.||-----|
|FEIDHELM||Misc. Gaelic||Feminine form of Irish Gaelic Feidhlim possibly meaning hospitable. In Irish legend this was the name of a daughter of Conchobhar.||-----|
|FINE||Misc. Gaelic||Variant spelling of Irish Gaelic Fiona meaning vine.||-----|
|FINNGUALA||Misc. Gaelic||Variant spelling of Irish Gaelic Fionnghuala meaning white shoulder.||-----|
|FIONA||Misc. Gaelic||Irish Gaelic name meaning vine.||-----|
|FIONNAGHAL||Misc. Gaelic||Variant spelling of Scottish Gaelic Fionnghuala meaning white shoulder.||-----|
|FIONNAGHUALA||Misc. Gaelic||Variant spelling of Irish Gaelic Fionnghuala meaning white shoulder.||-----|
|FIONNGHUALA||Misc. Gaelic||Gaelic name composed of the elements fionn fair, white and guala shoulder, hence white shoulder. In Irish mythology this is the name of one of the children of Lir who were turned into swans for 900 years.||-----|
|FIONNUALA||Misc. Gaelic||Modern form of Irish Gaelic Fionnghuala meaning white shoulder.||-----|
|FRANGAG||Misc. Gaelic||Feminine form of Scottish Gaelic Frang meaning French.||-----|
|FELICIE||German||German feminine form of Latin Felix meaning happy or lucky.||-----|
|FRANZISKA||German||Feminine form of German Franz meaning French.||-----|
|FRAUKE||German||German name composed of the element frau lady and a diminutive suffix meaning little lady.||-----|
|FREIDA||German||Variant spelling of German Frieda meaning peaceful ruler. Compare with another form of Freida.||-----|
|FRIEDA||German||Pet form of German Friederike meaning peaceful ruler.||-----|
|FRIEDE||German||Pet form of German Friederike meaning peaceful ruler.||-----|
|FRIEDERIKE||German||Feminine form of German Friederic meaning peaceful ruler.||-----|
|FRITZI||German||Pet form of German Friederike meaning peaceful ruler.||-----|
|FOTEINI||Greek||Variant form of Greek Photine meaning light.||-----|
|FOTINI||Greek||Variant spelling of Greek Foteini meaning light.||-----|
|FRONA||Greek||Short form of Greek Sofronia meaning self controlled.||-----|
|FIFIKAPossibly||Gypsy/Romani||a Romani form of French Fifi meaning God shall add another son .||-----|
|FLORICARomani||Gypsy/Romani||name perhaps derived from the Romanian word Floarea meaning flower.||-----|
|FELICIA||Hungarian||Hungarian form of Latin Felicia meaning happy or lucky.||-----|
|FELICIAN||Hungarian||Hungarian form of Latin Feliciana meaning happy or lucky.||-----|
|FELICITAS||Hungarian||Hungarian form of Roman Latin Felicitas meaning fortune good luck.||-----|
|FIRENZE||Hungarian||Hungarian form of English/French Florence meaning blossoming.||-----|
|FLORA||Hungarian||Hungarian form of Latin Flora meaning flower.||-----|
|FRANCI||Hungarian||Pet form of Hungarian Franciska meaning French.||-----|
|FRANCISKA||Hungarian||Feminine form of Hungarian Ferenc meaning French.||-----|
|FRIDAHungarian||Hungarian||form of German Frieda meaning peaceful ruler. Compare with another form of Frida.||-----|
|FRUZSINA||Hungarian||Pet form of Hungarian Eufrozina meaning joy, mirth.||-----|
|FRIDA||Icelandic||Icelandic form of Old Norse Frior meaning peace.||-----|
|FRIDAScandinavian||Icelandic||form of Icelandic Frioa meaning peace. Compare with another form of Frida.||-----|
|FRIGG||Icelandic||Icelandic name derived from Old Norse fria meaning to love. In mythology this is the name of a goddess of earth the queen of the Aesir and wife of Odin.||-----|
|FEIDHELM||Irish||Feminine form of Irish Gaelic Feidhlim possibly meaning hospitable. In Irish legend this was the name of a daughter of Conchobhar.||-----|
|FINE||Irish||Variant spelling of Irish Gaelic Fiona meaning vine.||-----|
|FINNGUALA||Irish||Variant spelling of Irish Gaelic Fionnghuala meaning white shoulder.||-----|
|FIONA||Irish||Irish Gaelic name meaning vine.||-----|
|FIONNAGHUALA||Irish||Variant spelling of Irish Gaelic Fionnghuala meaning white shoulder.||-----|
|FIONNGHUALA||Irish||Gaelic name composed of the elements fionn fair, white and guala shoulder, hence white shoulder. In Irish mythology this is the name of one of the children of Lir who were turned into swans for 900 years.||-----|
|FIONNUALA||Irish||Modern form of Irish Gaelic Fionnghuala meaning white shoulder.||-----|
|FUAMNACH||Irish||Irish name meaning jealous. In mythology this is the name of the first wife of Midir lord of the underworld. She is a witch goddess who turns Midir s second wife the heroine tain into a pool of water then a worm and finally a beautiful butterfly.||-----|
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