Boy names that start with the letter F

If you are expecting a baby, surely you are already thinking about the possible names from which you can choose to name him. In some families they choose to continue the tradition of bearing the same name, while in others they look for something new and different.

An option to give a little fun when choosing the names of the children, is to choose a letter so that they all have the same initial. Continuing our tour of baby names from A to Z , we share 101 boy names that start with the letter F.

  • Faber: German variant of Fabian.
  • Fabián: means “bean, grain of wheat”.
  • Fabien: French variant of Fabian.
  • Fabrizio: Italian name, whose meaning is “he who works with his hands.”
  • Faddei: Russian variant of Tadeo.
  • Fahd: of Arabic origin, it means “panther”.
  • Faigel: of Yiddish origin, it means “bird”.
  • Fairfax: of English origin, means “blond”.
  • Falco: of Italian origin, means “falcon”.
  • Falkner: means “falcon trainer”.
  • Fallon: of Irish origin, means “leader”.
  • Fane: of English origin, means “happy, cheerful”.
  • Faramir: fictitious name invented by JRR Tolkien, author of “The Lord of the Rings”.
  • Faramond: of Germanic origin, it means “travel protector”.
  • Farid: Arabic name meaning “unique, incomparable, without equal.”
  • Farley: of English origin, means “forest of ferns”.
  • Farmer: of English origin, it means “farmer”.
  • Farouk: of Arabic origin, means “seer of truth”.
  • Farrell: of Irish origin, means “brave.”
  • Farren: Variant form of Faron, meaning “attractive servant.”
  • Fate: of French origin, it means “faith”.
  • Faustino: variant of Faust.
  • Faust: means “the lucky one”.
  • Faver: of French origin, it means “help, mercy”.
  • Favre: of French origin, means “blacksmith”.
  • Fawke: Variant of Folke, which is of Scandinavian origin and means “guardian of the people.”
  • Faxon: of English origin, means “hair”.
  • Fayette: of French origin, means “faith”.
  • Fede: diminutive of Federico.
  • Federico: of Germanic origin, derives from Friedrich, and its meaning is “he who imposes peace”, “who governs for peace” or “prince of peace”.
  • Fegan: variant of Fagin, which is of Irish origin and means “rustic”.
  • Feie: of Dutch origin, means “peace”.
  • Feivel: of Yiddish origin, it means “the brilliant one”.
  • Felic: Irish variant of Felix.
  • Feliciano: Spanish variant of Felix.
  • Felin: Variant of Phelan, which is of Irish origin and means “wolf.”
  • Felio: variant of Raphael, meaning “God has healed.”
  • Felipe: comes from the Latin Philippus , which in turn comes from the Greek Philippos , and means “horse lover” or “love of the horse”.
  • Feliu: Catalan form of Felix.
  • Felix: means “lucky, successful”.
  • Femi: diminutive of Olufemi, which is of Yoruba origin and means “the Lord loves me.”
  • Fen: of Dutch origin, means “peace”.
  • Phoenix: of Greek origin, means “dark red”.
  • Fenrir: In Norse mythology, he is a monstrous wolf.
  • Fenton: of English origin, means “swamp town”.
  • Ferdi: Spanish diminutive of Ferdinand.
  • Ferdinand: of German origin, it means “bold traveler”.
  • Fergus: of Irish and Scottish origin, it means “man of strength”.
  • Ferguson – Originally an Irish surname literally meaning “son of Fergus”, it has come into use as a given name.
  • Ferko: Hungarian variant of Francis.
  • Fermin: of French origin, it means “strong”.
  • Fernand: French form of Ferdinand.
  • Fernando: of Germanic origin, means “one who is daring, daring and willful”.
  • Ferran: Catalan and Basque form of Fernando.
  • Ferrell: variant of Farrell.
  • Ferris: of Irish origin, means “rock”.
  • Fidel: of Latin origin, means “faithful”.
  • Fidelio: variant of Fidel.
  • Fiero: of Italian origin, it means “proud”.
  • Filiberto: of German origin, means “very bright”.
  • Filippo: Italian version of Felipe.
  • Filmore: of English origin, it means “very famous”.
  • Finbar: of Irish origin, it means “fair-haired”.
  • Phineas: of Hebrew origin, means “oracle”.
  • Finley: Of Irish origin, it means “blonde-haired hero.”
  • Finn: of Irish origin, meaning “blonde, white”.
  • Fionn: of Irish origin, means “blonde, white”.
  • Fiorenzo: Italian name, masculine equivalent of Florence.
  • Fisher: means “fisherman”.
  • Fito: diminutive of Adolfo, meaning “noble, wolf.”
  • Fitz: of Scottish origin, means “son of”.
  • Fitzgerald: means “son of Gerald”.
  • Fitzroy: means “son of the king”.
  • Flanagan: of Irish origin, means “red”.
  • Flannery: of Irish origin, means “redhead”.
  • Flavio: of Latin origin, means “golden hair”.
  • Fletcher: of English origin, means “arrow maker”.
  • Florencio: Spanish variant of Fiorello.
  • Florent: French variant of Florencio.
  • Floyd: of Welsh origin, means “grey-haired”.
  • Flynn: of Irish origin, it means “son of the redhead”.
  • Fonso: diminutive of Alfonso, which is of Germanic origin and means “noble”.
  • Ford: of English origin, means “inhabitant of the ford”.
  • Forest: means “forest”.
  • Forrester: of English origin, means “inhabitant near the forest”.
  • Fort: of French origin, means “strong”.
  • Fortunato: of Latin origin, means “lucky”.
  • Foster: of English origin, means “gamekeeper”.
  • Fox: means “fox”.
  • Francesco: Italian variant of Francisco.
  • Francisco: Derived from the Italian “Francesco”, francisco means “French”.
  • Franco: of Germanic origin, it means “free man”.
  • Frank: English variant of Frank.
  • Franklin: of English origin, means “free landowner”.
  • Franz: German variant of Francis.
  • Fred: diminutive of German Frederick.
  • Frederick: of German origin, means “peaceful ruler.”
  • Frey: of Scandinavian origin, it means “sir”. In Norse mythology he is the god of rain, the rising sun and fertility.
  • Fritz: diminutive of Frederick.
  • Fulker: of Scandinavian origin, it means “guardian of the people”.
  • Fyodor: Russian variant of Theodore, meaning “gift from God.”

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