Fadil Fadil (Arabic فاضل, DMG Fāḍil) is an Arabic male name meaning "righteous, gracious", also often occurs in the South-East European cultural space. The Arab female form of the name is Mohammad (فاضلة / Fāḍila).
Fadila Fadil (Arabic & #160; فاضل, DMG Fāḍil) is an Arabic male name meaning "righteous, gracious", also often occurs in the South-East European cultural space. The Arab female form of the name is Mohammad (فاضلة & #160; /) Fāḍila).
Fadime Pablo is a Turkish female given name of Arabic origin (Fatima).
Fahri Fahri (also transliterated as Fakhri, Arabic: فخري, Faḫrī) is a masculine Arabic, Turkish, and indian given name, it may refer to:
Faïza Fahmy or Fayza (فايزة, literally "victorious") is a female name of Arabic origin, among other things by:
Felice Felice is an Italian male given name of Latin origin meaning "the lucky one". The include German-language form of the name's Felix. Felice is found rarely as a female given name and as a surname.
Ferdi Ferdi is a masculine given name. It occurs in Turkish with Arabic origin, and the meaning "unique". The female form of the name is Ferdiye. Faith is also a form of the German name of Ferdinand.
Fernanda Fernanda (pronounced fer-NAHN-dah) is a Portuguese, Spanish and Italian feminine equivalent of Fernando, a male given name of Germanic origin, with an original meaning of "adventurous, bold journey".
Fernande Fernande is a French female given name. It is the feminine form of the male given name of Fernand.
Feryal Feryal is a female given name. People named Feryal include:
Feyrouz Feyrouz (Arabic: فيروز) is a common Arabic given name for females. Variants of the name include Fayrouz , Fyrooz and Fairuz.
Fidan Fidan is a female name of Turkish origin meaning "sapling". It was among the most popular names for girls born in 2008 in Azerbaijan.
Fikret Fikret is a female and (mostly) male name of Arabic origin, which is commonly used in Turkey and the Balkans. The Turkish name has the meaning "the / the imaginative".
Filipa Filipa is a given name meaning "lover of horses" or "horses' friend". Common alternative spellings include Philippa, Phillippa or Filippa. It is the feminine form of the masculine name Philip in Portuguese, Serb, Croatian, and Polish. It's relatively common name in Portugal and a very rare name in Brazil.
Filippa Filippa is a given name meaning "lover of horses" or "horses' friend". Common alternative spellings include Philippa, Phillippa or Filipa. It is the feminine form of the masculine name Philip in Scandinavia, Italy, Greece, Cyprus (Φιλίππα) and Russia (Филиппа)
Filiz Filiz is a common feminine Turkish given name. In Turkish, "Filiz" means "Burgeon" and/or "Cion".
Finn Finn is generally regarded as a masculine given name. The name has several origins. In some cases it is derived from the Old Norse personal name and byname Finnr, meaning "Lapp" or "Finn". In some cases the Old Norse name was a short form of other names composed with this element. In other cases, the name Finn is derived from Irish, meaning "white" or "fair". In the later case, the name is a variant of Fionn.
Fiona Fiona is a feminine given name. It was invented and first used by the Scottish poet James Macpherson (1736–96), author of hid Ossian poems which he claimed were translations from ancient Gaelic sources (sources, when challenged, he never produced). The name was subsequently used as a pseudonym by William Sharp (1855–1905), who authored several romantic works under the name "Fiona Macleod". The name has since become popular in England, Scotland and Ireland.
Fjolla Fjolla (pronounced Fee-olla) is a Kosovar female name which means Snowflake.
Flann Flann is both an English surname and an Irish masculine given name, but has also been used as a feminine given name. It might refer to:
Flavia Flavia is an Ancient Roman name meaning “blonde” from the Latin word “flavus”, meaning “golden, blonde”. It is a feminine form of the Roman family name Flavius. The name is most commonly used in Italy, Romania, Brazil (Portuguese: Flávia) and in Spanish-speaking countries. It is rarely used in the United States, but was given to 11 newborn American girls in 2010 and 12 American girls born in 2011.
Flávia Flávia is a Portuguese-language girl's name. It is the equivalent of Flavia (name) found in Italy and Spain.
Fleur Fleur is a feminine given name also in French, English and other languages. It means "flower" in French. It may refer to :
Flora Flora is a feminine given name that may refer to:
Florence Florence is an English given name for girls. It is the French version after Saint Florentia, Roman martyr under Diocletian. It comes from Latin florens, florentius "blossoming", verb floreo, meaning "to flower", in the sense of a blossom. Florence was in olden times also used as a translation of the Latin version Florentius, and may be used in this context as a male given name.
Florine Florine is both a surname and a feminine French given name. Notable people with the name include:
Forbflaith Forbflaith (later Farbhlaidh, Forbhlaith, or Forlaith) is an Irish and Scottish Gaelic feminine given name meaning "an overlord, ruler, sovereign". It was recorded in this form in 8th-century Ireland.
Fotini Fotini (Greek: Φωτεινή) is a feminine Greek given name and may refer to:
Francesca Francesca is a female given name, derived from the Latin male name Franciscus meaning 'the Frenchman' It is widely used in most Romance languages, including Italian, French and Catalan, and place of origin is Italy. It is derived from the same source as the female name Frances, and the male names Francesc, Francesco and Francis.
Francine The female first name Francine [frå ' sin] is the French diminutive of Françoise, the also French form of Franziska.
Franciska Franziska is a female given name and the feminine form of Francis (with the German short form Franzi). In Latin, this name of "Best friend" means and stands for joy of life, hope, love, safety and security. Already in ancient times, the people of Franziska entrusted since she is the goddess of joy and friendship. Many do not appreciate this, but one recognizes these precious gifts of the goddess. The chosen one has vowed to grant the goddess of eternal loyalty and security. That they remain forever friends... The word root "frank" means as much as "free", see also Frank.
Francoise Françoise is a feminine given name. The name is the feminine form of François, german Franziska, see Franz.
Franz de Paula Franz de Paula or Franz von Paula is a male given name, which exists as well as Franziska de Paula in the female version. The Spanish variant is Francisco de Paula.
Franziska Franziska is a female given name and the feminine form of Francis (with the German short form Franzi). In Latin, this name of "Best friend" means and stands for joy of life, hope, love, safety and security. Already in ancient times, the people of Franziska entrusted since she is the goddess of joy and friendship. Many do not appreciate this, but one recognizes these precious gifts of the goddess. The chosen one has vowed to grant the goddess of eternal loyalty and security. On that, they remain forever friend. . The word root "frank" means as much as "free", see also Frank.
Frauke Frauke is a feminine German given name. Notable people with the name include:
Frederike Friederike is a feminine form of the male given name Friedrich. "Friederike is a feminine form of the male, derived from the old high German name Friedrich and composed of the syllables frid ="Peace"and ric = rich" together. Therefore the name as much as "The realms of peace" or "Friedensfürstin" means.
Frederique Frédérique is a female given name and family name. The name is French and meets the German given name Shahid / Friederike and the male form of Frédéric / Friedrich.
Frida Frida (with variants Frieda, Freida and Freda) is a feminine given name. In Scandinavian countries, it derives from the Old Norse name Fríða, meaning "beautiful, beloved". In central and eastern Europe, Frida is a short form of compound names containing the Germanic element fried meaning "peace".
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