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Name Meaning Origin Popularity Other Gender
Fa
Fabe

Latin

Fabek

Latin

Faber

A German form of Fabius.

Latin

Fabert

A French form of Fabius.

Latin

Fabian

Bean farmer

Latin

#382 (0.0568%)  
Fabianno

Latin

Fabiano

An Italian form of Fabius.

Latin

Fabianus

Latin

Fabien

A French form of Fabius.

Latin

Fabio

An Italian form of Fabius.

Irish

#1,648 (0.0025%)  
Fabion

Latin

Fabius

“The cultivator of beans,” from the Latin faba, a bean; but also “a delayer of action,” in allusion to Quintus Fabius Maximus, the Roman general known for his strategy of delay and avoidance of battle.

Latin

Fabiyus

Latin

Fabre

Young blacksmith

French

Fabriano

Works with the hands

Latin

Fabrice

Works with the hands

Latin

Fabricius

Works with the hands

Latin

Fabritius

Works with the hands

Latin

Fabrizio

Works with the hands

Latin

#1,921 (0.0015%)  
Fabrizius

Works with the hands

Latin

Fabron

Young blacksmith

French

Fabroni

Young blacksmith

French

Fabyan

Latin

Fabyen

Latin

Factor

Businessman

English

Fadelio

Faithful

Latin

Fadi

Savior

Arabic

Fadil
Faebian

Latin

Faebien

Latin

Fiacre

Irish

Fico

Italian

Fidal

Faithful

Latin

Fidalio

Faithful

Latin

Fidel

Faithful

Latin

#1,489 (0.0033%)  
Fidele

Faithful

Latin

Fidelio

Faithful

Latin

Fidelis

Faithful

Latin

Fidelix

Faithful

Latin

Fidello

Faithful

Latin

Fidelo

Faithful

Latin

Fido

Faithful

Latin

Field

The field

English

Fielder

The field

English

Fielding

The field

English

Filberte

Very bright

German

Fields
Filberto

Very bright

German

Fife

Scottish

Faithful, fortunate, and fabulous – boy names that start with F sure have a lot of great words associated with their leading letter. F is a letter of strength and fervor, lending well to the art of naming. There are quite a few timeless strong boy names that start with F like Frederick and Frank. At the same time, you’ll find softer sweethearts like Finley and Ferris.

The most popular picks among F names for boys are Finn, Felix, and Francisco, though they have yet to hit the Top 100. They each have a familiar feel that wears well among common names but remain distinguished. Baby boy names that start with F fit a number of today’s favorite trends like surname picks of Fletcher and Fisher as well as nature names like Fox and Falcon. There are also a number of unique boy names that start with F like the feisty Flynn and the friendly Fenton.

Baby boy names starting with F are a great way to explore other cultures for inspiration. There are many Irish boy names that start with F like Finnegan and Fionn as well as Spanish sensations like Filippo and Fernando. Whether you’re looking for a friendly everyday moniker or a flashy find, there’s something for everyone to love with boy names that start with F.