Origin: French Meaning: the feminine form of François, the French form of Franciscus meaning “Frenchman”. Variants: François (m); Francis, Frances Advertisements
Origin: Irish, Scottish Meaning: a Gaelic surname meaning “son of Fergus”, Fergus being a personal name meaning “man of vigor” or “man of force”.
Origin: English, Latin Meaning: a feminine form of Felix meaning “lucky, happy”.
Origin: Old Norse Meaning: lord In Norse mythology, Freyr is the Norse god of fertility and the weather, and the husband of Gerd, a frost giantess, for whom he gave up a magical sword just to be with her though, without it, he will be killed during Ragnorak. Freyr is also the twin brother of…
Origin: Italian Meaning: from Italian Fiore meaning “flower” Variants: Fiore
Origin: Welsh Meaning: foxglove
Origin: French, English Meaning: It could be a form of Old French Furnell meaning “furnace”. It could also be a variant of Old English Farnall “fern hill” Fernald is the name of the hook-handed man, one of Count Olaf’s associates, though his name isn’t revealed until Book 11 (The Grim Grotto).
Origin: English Meaning: from Old Norse meaning “Frigg’s day” referring to the Norse goddess of love Frigg
Origin: Latin Meaning: it comes from the Roman festival of purification called Februa, from latin februum meaning “purification”. There’s also a Roman god called Februum though from what I gathered, he was named after the festival and not the other way around Variants: Februarius
Origin: Arabic (فارس) Meaning: knight
Origin: Italian, English Meaning: Italian masculine form of Felix, meaning “lucky, successful”. It’s also a feminine variant of Felicia, also a feminine form of Felix It’s pronounced fe-LEE-che in Italian and fe-leese in English
Origin: Irish Meaning: from Irish fionn “white, fair” and guala “shoulder”, meaning “white/fair shoulder” In Irish mythology, Fionnuala was the daughter of Lir who, along with her three brothers, were changed into a swan by their stepmother for 900 years until the curse was broken. Nuala is a diminutive of the name. Variants: Finnguala, Fionnghuala, Finola, Finnuala
Origin: English, Romanian, Irish Meaning: In English, fane is a word name, an archaic term for a temple or a church or a shrine (according to Dictionary.com); it could also mean “joyful, glad”; in Romanian, it’s also a diminutive of Ștefan, meaning “crown”; and it’s also the name of a river in Ireland, but I couldn’t…
Origin: Persian Meaning: turquoise
Origin: English Meaning: nickname for Francis/Frances (Frenchman), Franklin (Freeman), Francesco/Francesca (Frenchman), or Francine (Frenchman)
Origin: Scottish, Gaelic Meaning: white, fair
Origin: English Meaning: maker of arrows
Origin: English Meaning: fairy Variants: Fae, Faye
Origin: Irish Meaning: an Irish surname derived from O’Fallamhain, Fallamhan meaning leader
Origin: French, English, Latin Meaning: French; possibly free Variants: Francisco (m), Francesco (m), Francine (f), Franny (f), Francesca (f), Fran Although they sound the same, the spelling Francis is more commonly used for boys while Frances is usually used for girls.