Boy Baby Names Beginning with the letter F

Baby Names Origin Meaning
F'enton English From the farm on the fens
Faber English Derived from the Roman clan name Fabius; a name given several Roman emperors and 16 saints.
Fabian English Derived from the Roman clan name Fabius; a name given several Roman emperors and 16 saints.
Fabien French Derived from the Roman clan name Fabius
Fabio Spanish Bean grower
Fabion English Derived from the Roman clan name Fabius; a name given several Roman emperors and 16 saints.
Fabricio Italian Craftsman (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Fabrizio Italian Iron worker (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Fachnan Irish Name of a saint
Facundo Spanish significant, eloquent (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Faden Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Fadil Arabic Generous
Faegan English Joyful
Faelen Irish Gaelic Faelen is irish gaelic and means wolf (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Faer English Traveler
Faerrleah English From the bull's pasture
Faerwald English Powerful traveler
Faeyza Unknown Successfull or elevated (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Fagan English Joyful
Fagan Irish Little Hugh
Fahey Irish From the green field
Fahy Irish From the green field
FaIIon Irish Ruler
Fain English Joyful
Faine English Good-natured.
Faing Scottish From the sheep pen
Fairfax Anglo-Saxon Blond
Fairfax English Blond
Fairlie English From the bull's pasture
Faizaan Muslim Grace (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Fakhir Arabic Proud
Falcon English Surname relating to falconry.
Falk German Surname relating to falconry.
Falke German Surname relating to falconry.
Falken German Surname relating to falconry.
Fallamhain Irish Ruler
Fallon Irish Surname.
Fane English Joyful
Fang Scottish From the sheep pen
Fanuco Spanish Free
Faolan Irish Wolf
Faran Anglo-Saxon Advances
Fardoragh Irish Dark
Fares Arabic Knight (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Farid Arabic One of a kind
Faris Arabic Knight
Faris English Iron strong.
Farlan Scottish Son of the furrows
Farlane Scottish Son of the furrows
Farleigh English From the bull pasture. Surname.
Farley English From the bull's pasture
Farlow English From the bull pasture. Surname.
Farly English From the bull's pasture
Farmon Anglo-Saxon Traveler
Farnall English From the fern slope
Farnell English From the fern slope
Farnham English From the fern field
Farnly English From the fern meadow
Faro Spanish Reference to the card game faro.
Farold English Powerful traveler
Faron Spanish pharoah.
Farouk Arabic The judge (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Farquharson Scottish Son of the dear one
Farr English Traveler
Farran Arabic Baker
Farran Irish The land. Also used for girIS.
Farrel Celtic Brave
Farrel Irish Brave.
Farrell Irish Surname.
Farrell Celtic Brave
Farren English adventurous
Farren Irish The land. Also used for girIS.
Farrin Irish The land. Also used for girIS.
Farris English Iron strong.
Farrs English Son of Farr
Farry Irish Manly
Fars English Son of Farr
Farson English Son of Farr
Faruq Arabic Wise
Faten Arabic Captivating (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Fatin Arabic Intelligent
Fausto Spanish Lucky
Favian English Derived from the Roman clan name Fabius; a name given several Roman emperors and 16 saints.
Favio English Derived from the Roman clan name Fabius; a name given several Roman emperors and 16 saints.
Favour Bible Divine favour from Jehova God (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Fawad Muslim Heart (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Fay Irish Raven
Fayne English Joyful
Fayte English Derived from Fae, meaning fairy. (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Feandan Scottish From the narrow glen
Fearchar Scottish Dear one
Fearghus Celtic Manly
Fearnhamm English From the fern field
Fearnhealh English From the fern slope
Fearnleah English From the fern meadow
Federico Spanish Spanish form of Frederick peaceful ruler
Feich Irish Raven
Feirefiz Arthurian Legend A mulatto heathen who became Christian
Felabeorbt English Brilliant
Felamaere English Famous
Felan Irish Wolf
Felding English Lives in the field
Feldon English From the field estate
Feldtun English From the field estate
Feldun English From the field estate
Feliciano Spanish Happy.
Felipe Spanish Spanish form of Phillip loves horses
Felippe Spanish Variant of Philip.
Felix Anglo-Saxon Name of a saint
Felix Spanish Lucky
Feljames Philippines Derivative of Felix, James and Matthew (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Felton English From the field estate
Fenick English (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Fenix American Bird that rises from its own ashes (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Fenris Norse Wolf that tried to eat the sun (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Fenton English Nature Loving (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Feran Anglo-Saxon Advances
Ferehar Celtic Mythical son of Uisneeh
Ferghus Celtic Manly
Fergus Celtic Manly
Fergus Scottish First choice; Man of strength.
Ferguson Scottish Son of the first choice
Fergusson Scottish Son of the first choice
Fermin Spanish Strong
Fernald English From the fern slope
Fernand French Adventurer.
Fernando Spanish Adventurer. See also Hernando. Ferdinand: (Spanish/German) Adventurer.
Ferran Arabic Baker
Ferrell Irish Brave.
Ferrenzo Italian Combination of Ferdinand and Lorenzo (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Ferris Celtic Rock
Ferron English ironworker
Fiacra Celtic Eagle
Fiacre Celtic Eagle
FIannan Irish Ruddy
Fibh Scottish From Fifeshire
Ficky Greek Wild like fire (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Fidel Spanish Faithful
Fidele Spanish Faithful
Fie Scottish Dark of peace
Fielding English Lives in the field
Filbert English Brilliant
Filbuk English Brilliant
Filmarr English Famous
Filmer English Famous
Filmore English Famous
Finan Anglo-Saxon Name of a bishop
Finbar Celtic Blond
Finbar Irish Handsome
Findlay Gaelic Fair Hero or Fair Warrior (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Fineen Irish Handsome
Finghin Irish Handsome
Finian Celtic Handsome
Finian Irish fair. Finians were warrior-followers of 3rd century legendary Irish hero Finn Mac Cumhail.
Finis German Finish (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Finlay Irish Fair hero (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Finn English Blond
Finn Irish Fair. Mythology; Finn Mac Cumhail was legendary Irish 3rd century hero similar to the English Robin Hood. His warrior-followers were named Finians.
Finnbar Celtic Blond
Finneen Irish Beautiful child
Finnegan Irish fair. Finians were warrior-followers of 3rd century legendary Irish hero Finn Mac Cumhail.
Finnian Irish White or Fair; St. Finnian was the patron saint of monastacism. (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Finnin Irish Handsome
Finnobarr Celtic Blond
Fionan Irish Handsome
Fionn Irish Handsome
Fionnbarr Irish Handsome
Fiorello Italian Little Flower (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Firman Anglo-Saxon Traveler
Firman English Fair
Firth Scottish Arm of the sea
Fiske English Fish
Fitch English Ermine
Fitche English Ermine
Fitz French Son of
Fitz English Surname prefix meaning son of used in
Fitzadam English Son of Adam
Fitzgerald English Son of Gerald. Surname.
Fitzgerald French Son of Gerald. Surname.
Fitzgerald Irish Surname.
Fitzgibbon English Son of Gilbert
Fitzgilbert English Son of Gilbert
Fitzhugh English Son of Hugh
Fitzhugh French Son of Hugh. Surname.
Fitzjames English Son of James
Fitzpatrick English Son of Patrick. Surname.
Fitzpatrick French Son of Patrick. Surname.
Fitzsimmons English Son of Simon
Fitzsimon English Son of Simon
Fitzsimons English Son of Simon
Fitzwalter English Son of Walter
Fitzwater English Son of Walter
FIynn Irish Ruddy
Flainn Irish Ruddy
Flanagan Irish Ruddy
Flann Irish Ruddy
Flannagain Irish Ruddy
Flannagan Irish Surname.
Flannery Irish Surname.
Flavio Spanish Blond
Fleming Anglo-Saxon From Flanders
Fleming English Dutchman
Fletcher English Arrowmaker.
Fletcher French Feathers arrows
Fletcher Scottish Maker of arrows
Flilippa Unknown Orthodox name of a saint (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Flinders Australian After Matthew Flinders, British Circumnavigator and Explorer of Australia (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Flinn Irish Son of a red-haired man.
Flint English Place-name and surname. Flint stone produces a spark of fire when struck by steel.
Floinn Irish Ruddy
Florence Arthurian Legend Son of Gawain
Florentino Spanish Blooming
Florinio Spanish Blooming
Florjan Albania Flori (gold) (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Florus French Flower
Floyd Celtic Gray
Floyd English Variant of Lloyd.
Flyn Irish Son of a red-haired man.
Flynn Irish Son of a red-haired man. Surname.
Flynt English A stream
Fogartaigh Irish Exiled
Fogarty Irish Exiled
Fogerty Irish Exiled
Foley Irish Plunders
Foma Hebrew Twin
Fonsie German Abbreviation of Alfonso.
Fonso German Abbreviation of Alfonso.
Fontaine French Fountain; water source.
Fontane French Fountain; water source.
Fontayne French Fountain; water source.
Fonteyne French Fountain; water source.
Fonzell German Abbreviation of Alfonso.
Fonzie German Abbreviation of Alfonso.
Fonzo German Abbreviation of Alfonso.
Forba Irish Owns the fields
Forbes Scottish Headstrong
Ford English River crossing
Forde English A shallow place used to cross a river or stream. Surname.
Forest English Keeps the forest Woodland.
Forester English forest-ranger Surname.
Forrest English Woodland.
Forrest French From the woods
Forrester English Keeps the forest
Fortun French Lucky
Fortune French Lucky
Foster English Keeps the forest forest-ranger Surname.
Fowler English Game warden
Fraco Spanish Weak
Fraine English Foreigner
Francesco Italian Derived from the Latin Francis meaning French or free one. (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Francis French (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Francisco Spanish Variant of Frank Free; a free man.
Franco Spanish Frank
Francois French Free; a free man.
Frank English Free; a free man. See also Francisco.
Frank French Free; a free man. See also Francisco.
Frankie English Diminutive of Frank Free; a free man. Frankie is occasionally used for girls.
Frankie French Diminutive of Frank Free; a free man. Frankie is occasionally used for girls.
Franklin English Free man; landholder.
Franklyn English Free man; landholder.
Franky English Diminutive of Frank Free; a free man. Frankie is occasionally used for girls.
Franky French Diminutive of Frank Free; a free man. Frankie is occasionally used for girls.
Frantz German Free; a free man.
Franz German German form of Frank
Fraomar Anglo-Saxon Name of a king
Frasco Spanish Free
Frascuelo Spanish Free
Fraser Scottish Strawberry flowers; Of the forest men. A major Scottish clan.
Frasier Scottish Variant of Fraser of the forest men.
Frayne English Foreigner
Frazer Scottish Variant of Fraser of the forest men.
Frazier Scottish Variant of Fraser of the forest men.
Freca English Bold
Fred German Variant of Frederick peaceful ruler.
Freddie German Variant of Frederick peaceful ruler.)
Freddy German Variant of Frederick peaceful ruler.)
Frederic French Peaceful ruler.
Frederick German Peaceful ruler.
Frederico Spanish Peaceful ruler.
Fredrick English Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Freeland English From the free land
Freeman English Free man; a man freed from bound servitude to an overlord. Surname.
Freeman Anglo-Saxon Free man
Freen Unknown Jovial, fun, happy (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Freman French Free man; a man freed from bound servitude to an overlord. Surname.
Fremont German Noble protector
Fremont French Free man; a man freed from bound servitude to an overlord. Surname.
Freowine English Noble friend
Fresco Spanish Fresh
Frewen English Noble friend
Frewin English Noble friend
Frewyn English Noble friend
Frey English Lord
Freyne English Foreigner
Frick English Bold
Fridolf English Peaceful wolf
Fridolph English Peaceful wolf
Friduwulf English Peaceful wolf
Fridwolf English Peaceful wolf
Friedrich German German form of Frederick
Friedrick German Nickname variant of Frederick peaceful ruler.
Frika English Bold
Frimunt German Noble protector
Frisa English Curly - haired
Frisco Spanish Abbreviation of Francisco Free; a free man.
Fritz German German form of Frederick
Froille Arthurian Legend Killed by Arthur
Frollo Arthurian Legend Killed by Arthur
Fshd Arabic Lynx
Fugeltun English From the people's estate
Fugol Anglo-Saxon Bird
Fulaton English From the people's estate
Fuller English Cloth thickener
Fullere English Cloth thickener
Fullmer German (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Fulton English From the people's estate
Fyfe Scottish From Fifeshire
Fynbar Celtic Blond
Fyren Anglo-Saxon Wicked
Fytch English Ermine

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