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Name Meaning Origin Popularity Other Gender
Frigg

Love

Scandinavian

Frost

The Freezing of Water

English

Fyfa

From Fifeshire

Scottish

Fynballa

Fair shoulders

Irish

Fyuree

Fiery, fiesty, passionate

Unknown

Feve

An Italian equivalent of Phoebe.

Italian

Fidelle

“The faithful little one,” from the Latin fides (faith) and elle (a diminutive suffix).

Latin

Floree

A diminutive form of Florence and Flora.

Florette

A variant form of Florence.

Florica

A variant form of Florence.

Florice

A variant form of Florence.

Franchon

“Free.” A French form of Frances.

French

Frigga

“Friday’s child,” based on the Anglo- Saxon frigedaeg (Frig’s day, i.e., Friday), in allusion to Frigg, a goddess of heaven in Norse mythology.

Scandinavian

Fronya

“The thinking one,” from the Greek phroneo, think.

Greek

Fuschia