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Name Meaning Origin Popularity Other Gender
Fia

Flame

Latin

Fiana

Vine

Irish

Fianait

Deer

Irish

Fianna

Legendsry tale

Celtic

Fiducia

Confidence, trust

Latin

Fifna

He shall add

Hebrew

Fifne

He shall add

Hebrew

Findabair

Mythical daughter of Medb

Celtic

Fineena

Beautiful child

Irish

Fingula

Mythical daughter of Lyr

Celtic

Fini

Diminutive form of Josephine

French

Finlay

Fair warrior

Scottish

Finley

Fair warrior

Scottish

Finna

Fair

Irish

Finnea

Feminine form of Finn or Finnian

American

Finnegan

Fair, White

Irish

Fionnghuala

White shouldered

Irish

Firenze

Flower, Blossom

Hungarian

Firtha

Arm of the sea

Scottish

Fjola

Flower

Scandinavian

Flair

Style: verve.

English

Flann

Red

Irish

Flannerry

Descendant of the red warrior

Irish

Flash

Bright Light

American

Florinia

Blooming

Spanish

Florissa

Flower-Like

American

Floriza

Flower-Like

Spanish

Floyce

Combination of the names Floyd and Joyce

American

Flynn

Descendant of the red-haired man

Irish

Flyta

Swift

English

Fola

Honor

African

Folami

Respect Me

African

Fone

Snow Child

Native American

Forba

Headstrong

Scottish

Forbia

Headstrong

Scottish

Forest

From the Woods

English

Forever

Never Ending

American

Fortuo

Born on the 20th of April

Latin

Fountain

A Spring

English

Frederike

Variant of Frederick. Peaceful ruler. Alternate Spelling: Fr??d??rique, Frederika and Frederica.

German

Freedom

Not in Captivity

American

Freira

Sister

Spanish

Freja

Norse Goddess of Love

Scandinavian

French

From France

American

Frenchesca

Unknown

French

Frenchie

From France

English

Frenchy

From France

English

Frescura

Freshness

Spanish

Freyja

Norse goddess of love and magic.

Scandinavian

Frideswide

Peace strength

English