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First Name Directory - Starting with F




This site is dedicated to maintaining a database of first names from all over the world. We are still working to add all meanings to the names and sort them by gender, ethic and other behavior.

Most names come from the European and Arab area, especially italian, spanish, french and german firstnames.


Fabian
Fábián
Fabian is a Hungarian given name.
Fabiano
Fabien
Fabien is both a French given masculine name and a French surname. Notable people with the name include:
Fabio
Fabio [ˈfaːbjo] is a given name descended from Latin Fabius and very popular in Italy and Brazil (due to Italian migration). Its English equivalent is Fabian.
Fabius
Fabrice
Fabricio
Fabricio [faˈβ̞risjo] is a Spanish male given name. Fabrício [faˈbɾisju] is the Portuguese equivalent.
Fabrizio
Fabrizio is an Italian first name, from the latin word "Faber" meaning "smith" and may refer to:
Facundo
Facundo is a Spanish male name, meaning "The eloquent, the eloquent", which frequently occurs in Argentina.
Fadel
Fadel (also spelled Fadl Arabic: فضل‎‎ or Fadil, Arabic: فاضل‎‎) is an Arabic male name, it may refer to:
Fadi
Fadi (also spelled Fady, Fadey, or Fahdi) is an given name meaning "redeemer or savior", translating as "Sacrificer". Fadi (also spelled Fady, Fadey, or Fahdi) is an given name meaning "redeemer or savior", translating as "Sacrificer".
Fahd
Fahd (Arabic: فهد‎‎), also transliterated Fahad or Fahed, can refer to:meaning in arabic(اسد) urdu(شیر)
Faheem
Faheem is a male given name of Arabic origin, also used as a surname, which means "perceptive", "understanding", "keen" or "intelligent", derived from the root word Fahm, found in the Quran in verse 21:79.[1] Alternative spellings include Fahiem, Fahim and Fehim. The name may refer to: Faheem is a male given name of Arabic origin, also used as a surname, which means "perceptive", "understanding", "keen" or "intelligent", derived from the root word Fahm, found in the Quran in verse 21:79.[1] Alternative spellings include Fahiem, Fahim and Fehim. The name may refer to:
Fahir
Fahir is a Turkish given name for males. People named Fahir include:
Fahmi
Fahrettin
Vincent is a Turkish male given name of Arabic origin meaning "the glory of the religion".
Fahriye
Fahri is a Turkish male given name of Arabic origin meaning "the volunteers", which occurs in Albania. The Arabic name (Arabic & #160; فخري, DMG Faḫrī) is transcribed as Fakhri and occurs in this form as the family name. The Turkish feminine form of the given name is Ahmed Dini.
Faisal
Faisal (Arabic: فیصل‎‎ pronounced [ˈfæjsˤɑl, ˈfeːsˤɑl]) is an Arabic given name and means the arbitrator or separator between good and evil [actions of people in the religious context]. Faisal (Arabic: فیصل‎‎ pronounced [ˈfæjsˤɑl, ˈfeːsˤɑl]) is an Arabic given name and means the arbitrator or separator between good and evil [actions of people in the religious context].
Faiz
Faiz (Arabic: فائز‎‎) is a male Arabic name meaning "successful" and "victorious". Faiz (Arabic: فائز‎‎) is a male Arabic name meaning "successful" and "victorious".
Faizan
Faizan (Arabic: فیضان‎‎‎ Urdu: فیضان‎) also spelt Faizan, Faydhan, Faizon, Faidhan, Faizaan or Fayzan is a male given name and a surname meaning successful, beneficence and ruler. In Arabic, it means Benefit and Generosity. It is currently among the most popular names for baby boys in India, Pakistan, Iran and Indonesia.
Faizullah
Faizullah, also spelled Fayzullah or Feizollah (Arabic: فیض ‌الله ‎‎) is a male Muslim given name, composed of the elements Faiz and Allah. It means abundance from God. In modern usage it may appear as a surname. Notable people with the name include: Faizullah, also spelled Fayzullah or Feizollah (Arabic: فیض ‌الله ‎‎) is a male Muslim given name, composed of the elements Faiz and Allah. It means abundance from God. In modern usage it may appear as a surname. Notable people with the name include:
Fakhr al-Din
Fakhr al-Din (Arabic: فخر الدين ‎‎) is a Muslim male given name and, in modern usage, surname meaning pride of the religion (islam).[1][2] Alternative transliterations include Fakhruddin and Fakhraddin. Notable bearers of the name include: Fakhr al-Din (Arabic: فخر الدين ‎‎) is a Muslim male given name and, in modern usage, surname meaning pride of the religion (islam).[1][2] Alternative transliterations include Fakhruddin and Fakhraddin. Notable bearers of the name include:
Fakhraddin
Fakhruddin
Falk
Falk is a masculine given name and a family name. The name Falk derives from the Germanic man name Falko (althochd. falc(h)o, "Falcon", lat. falco), who spoke to the properties of this Greifvogels estimated for the hawking its wearer. He is in the form of Falk in the English -speaking world as a male given name and as a surname spread, as the latter also in the forms of Falck, Falcon, Falcke.
Falko
Falko is a male given name and means so much as Falcon (Latin falco), who speaks to the properties of this Greifvogels estimated for the hawking its wearer. It is common in the English -speaking world as a male given name and a family name.
Fañch
Fañch is a masculine given name.
Faqir
Faqir is a masculine given name, and may refer to: Faqir is a masculine given name, and may refer to:
Faraj
Faraj is a given name for males. People named Faraj include: Faraj is a given name for males. People named Faraj include:
Farhan
Farhan (Arabic فرحان) an Arabic male name meaning is "happy, joyfully", which occurs also in India and Pakistan, as well as a Arabic family name appears.
Farhat
Farid
Farid (فريد) also spelt Ferid or Fareed is an Arabic masculine personal name or last name, meaning "unique". Farid is a common male name in the Middle East, the Balkans, North Africa, and South East Asia.
Fariduddin
Fariduddin (Arabic: فرید الدّین ‎‎) is a male Muslim name formed from the name Farid and the qualification ad-Din. Fariduddin (Arabic: فرید الدّین ‎‎) is a male Muslim name formed from the name Farid and the qualification ad-Din.
Faris
Faris is a masculine given name of Arabic origin, which means "knight."[1] Faris is a masculine given name of Arabic origin, which means "knight."[1]
Farkas
Farkas (Hungarian: Wolf) is a Hungarian surname or a given name (the last corresponds in the Catholic tradition to the German name Wolfgang).
Farooq
Farooq (also transliterated as Farouk, Farook, Faruk, Faroeq, Faruq, or Farouq; Arabic: فاروق‎‎, Fārūq ) is a common Arabic given and family name derived from an honorific of Umar, an early Muslim leader. Al-Farooq literally means, "the one who distinguishes between right and wrong."
Farrell
Farrell is a Gaelic/Irish first and family name meaning heroic or courageous, in English it is used also as an adjective.
Faruk
Farooq (Arabic & #160; فاروق, DMG abstract) is an Arabic male given name and family name as a variant of Farouk. He has the meaning "someone who right from wrong can distinguish" or "someone who recognizes the truth", and goes back to the title of the second Caliph Umar ibn al-Khattab. The Turkish form of the name is Faruk.
Fathallah
Fathallah is a transliteration of the Arabic given name, فتح الله (Fatḥ Allāh), built from the Arabic words fath and Allah. It is one of many Arabic theophoric names, meaning "conquest of Allah (by Allah)".[1] Fathallah is a transliteration of the Arabic given name, فتح الله (Fatḥ Allāh), built from the Arabic words fath and Allah. It is one of many Arabic theophoric names, meaning "conquest of Allah (by Allah)".[1]
Fathi
Fathi is a given name or surname, and may refer to: Fathi is a given name or surname, and may refer to:
Fatih
Fatih is a Turkish masculine given name originating in Arabic: الفاتح‎‎, meaning conqueror. People named Fatih include:
Fatih
Fatih is a Turkish given name.
Fatin
Fatos
Fatos is an Albanian male given name, which means "daring", "brave" or "valiant". The name may refer to:
Faustas
A Lithuanian given name (derived from Faust), Faustas. The feminine form is Faustė.
Fausto
Fawaz
Fawaz (sometimes, Fawwaz) is a male, Arabic given name meaning "winner", "successful" or "prosperous". Fawaz (sometimes, Fawwaz) is a male, Arabic given name meaning "winner", "successful" or "prosperous".
Fawzi


Fayçal
Fayçal is a masculine given name of Arabic origin.
Fayez
Fayez is an Arabic given name for males. People named Fayez include: Fayez is an Arabic given name for males. People named Fayez include:
Faysal
Fazel
Fazel in persich as a surname or Fadhel in arabic as a given name (Arabic: فاضل‎‎) is an Arabic and persian male given and also surname meaning "virtuous". Fazel in persich as a surname or Fadhel in arabic as a given name (Arabic: فاضل‎‎) is an Arabic and persian male given and also surname meaning "virtuous".
Fazil
Fazıl
A Turkish male given name of Arabic origin meaning Fazıl is "virtuous, morally strengthened".
Fazl
Fazl (Arabic: فضل ‎‎) is an Arabic word meaning bounty or virtue. It may also be transliterated as Fadl, or with the addition of an extra vowel. It is used as a given name, and also as a constituent of several compound names.[1][2] Examples are: Fazl (Arabic: فضل ‎‎) is an Arabic word meaning bounty or virtue. It may also be transliterated as Fadl, or with the addition of an extra vowel. It is used as a given name, and also as a constituent of several compound names.[1][2] Examples are:
Fazl ur Rahman
Fazl ur Rahman or Fazl-ur-Rehman, the first element also spelled Fazal, (Urdu: فضل الرحمان‎) is a male Islamic given name, meaning bounty of the Merciful One. Notable people with the name include: Fazl ur Rahman or Fazl-ur-Rehman, the first element also spelled Fazal, (Urdu: فضل الرحمان‎) is a male Islamic given name, meaning bounty of the Merciful One. Notable people with the name include:
Fazlallah
Fazlallah, also spelled Fadlallah, Fazlollah, Fazlullah etc. (Arabic: فضل الله ‎‎)) is a male Muslim given name, composed of the elements Fadl and Allah, meaning bounty of God. In modern usage it may serve as a surname. Fazlallah, also spelled Fadlallah, Fazlollah, Fazlullah etc. (Arabic: فضل الله ‎‎)) is a male Muslim given name, composed of the elements Fadl and Allah, meaning bounty of God. In modern usage it may serve as a surname.
Fazli
Fazlul Haq
Fazlul Haq (Arabic: فضل الحق‎‎) is a male Muslim given name, meaning bounty of the Truth, referring to Al-Haqq, one of the Names of God in Islam. Both parts of the name are subject to varying transliteration, as the first part may be written Fazl or Fadl, followed by the Arabic definite article al, ul or el and the last part as Haqq, Haque, Hak, Huq etc. Fazlul Haq (Arabic: فضل الحق‎‎) is a male Muslim given name, meaning bounty of the Truth, referring to Al-Haqq, one of the Names of God in Islam. Both parts of the name are subject to varying transliteration, as the first part may be written Fazl or Fadl, followed by the Arabic definite article al, ul or el and the last part as Haqq, Haque, Hak, Huq etc.
Fazlul Karim
Fazlul Karim (Arabic: فضل الکریم ‎‎) is a male Muslim given name, meaning bounty of the Generous One. Bearers of the name include: Fazlul Karim (Arabic: فضل الکریم ‎‎) is a male Muslim given name, meaning bounty of the Generous One. Bearers of the name include:
Fedele
Fedele is an Italian male given name, which can be used as a family name. He means the loyalty and is occurring in Germany called of Fidelis.
Federico
Federico is a given name and surname. It is a form of Frederick, most commonly found in Spanish and Italian.
Federigo
Federigo is an Italian male given name.
Fedja
Fedja (Russian Федя) is an East Slavic male given name.
Fedor
Fedor is a masculine given name.
Fehmi
Fehmi is a Turkish given name for males. People named Fehmi include:
Feissa
Feliciano
Félicien
Feliks
Felix is a masculine given name and a family name. Felix comes from the Latin (felix felicis) and means "favored by the happiness", "happy", "successfully", or "the happy one". Felicitas, Felicia and Felicitas are female versions of the name. The Italian form of the name is Felice.
Feliksas
Feliksas is a Lithuanian male given name, which is a variant of the Polish and Russian name Feliks, and derived from the Latin name Felix, meaning "lucky". The name may refer to:
Felipe
Felipe is the Spanish variant of the name Philip, which derives from the Greek adjective Philippos "friend of horses". Felipe is also widely used in Portuguese-speaking Brazil alongside Filipe (the form that follows the official orthography of Portuguese and that is commonly used in Portugal).
Felix
Felix is a male given name and surname that stems from Latin (fēlix, felicis) and means "lucky", "favored by luck" or "the lucky one". Its female form is Felicity (English), Felicitas or Felizitas (in German-speaking regions).
Félix
Feodor
Feodor is a masculine given name. He is a Russian name Fedor or the Greek Theodore.
Ferdinand
Ferdinando
Ferenc
Ferenc (Hungarian pronunciation: [ˈfɛrɛnt͡s]) is a given name of Hungarian origin. It is a cognate of Francis, Francisco, François, Frank and Franz. People with the name include:
Fergal
As a given name, Fergal or Feargal may refer to:
Fergus
Fergus or Feargus is a popular Irish, Manx and Scottish given name. The first form is the Old Irish spelling and the latter the Anglicised form of the modern Fearghus or Fearghas, meaning "man-strength" or "virility".
Ferhat
Ferhat is a Turkish given name derived from the Persian, it may refer to:
Ferid
Feridun
Feridun (Persian & #160; فریدون) an Iranian and Turkish male given name of Persian origin, is "unique" and others with the meaning.
Ferit
Ferit is a Turkish male first name of Arabic origin that means "The Unique", "The One". The name is also found in Albania and Macedonia. People named Ferit include:
Ferman
Ferman is both a surname and a given name. Notable people with the name include:
Fermin
A Spanish male given name is derived from the spätlateinischen name of Firminus meaning Fermín "resistant, determined, healthy, strong". Fermin is the Basque form of the name.
Fermín
A Spanish male given name is derived from the spätlateinischen name of Firminus meaning Fermín "resistant, determined, healthy, strong". Fermin is the Basque form of the name.
Fernán
Fernán is a Spanish given name and family name.
Fernand
Fernand is a masculine name of French origin.
Fernando
Fernando may mean:
Fernando José
Fernando Jose may refer to:
Fero
Fero or Feró is a given name and family name, and may refer to:
Ferran
Ferran is a Catalan male given name, occurs as a family name. Ferrán is a variant of the name. The German form of the name is Ferdinand (see there for the origin and meaning).
Ferris
Fery
Fethi
Fethi (Saad from Turkish: "The revenue, the conquest") is a Turkish male given name of Arabic origin. No original Turkish form, but a letter variant of the name is Anna. The female form of the name is Fethiye.
Fethullah
Saman is a Turkish given name of Arabic origin, means "God's conquest". The name occurs in the entire Islamic world. Other variants of the name are Fethullah, Fathullah and Faheem.
Fetullah
Saman is a Turkish given name of Arabic origin, means "God's conquest". The name occurs in the entire Islamic world. Other variants of the name are Fethullah, Fathullah and Faheem.


Fevzi
Gina is a Turkish and Albanian masculine given name of Arabic origin.
Feyyaz
Feyyaz (IPA: [feːˈjaz]) is a Turkish given name for males. People named Feyyaz include:
Fidel
Fidel
Fidel is a given name of Spanish origin. He goes to the root of the Latin word fides (trust, loyalty) back. In the German-speaking world, usually as a short form of the name of Fidelis is used after Saint Fidelis of Sigmaringen.
Fidèle
Fidelio
Fidelis
Fiete
Fikri
Fikri (also spelled Fekri, Arabic: فكري‎‎) is a masculine given name, it may refer to:
Filip
Filip
Filip is a variant of the masculine given name Philip. In the West - and South Slavs in Germany represented by the Sorbs - as well as in Scandinavia, it is the most common variant of the name.
Filipe
There are several Spanish kings who were named Felipe. The three Felipes that also ruled over Portugal were known in Portugal as Filipe (with an "i"):
Filippo
Filippo is an Italian male given name, which is the equivalent of the English name Philip, meaning "friend of horses", from the Greek Philippos. The female variant is Filippa. The name may refer to:
Filotije
Filotije is a Serbian male given name, derived from the Greek name Philotheos.
Finlay
Finlay is a masculine given name, and also a surname. The given name is represented in Scottish Gaelic as Fionnlagh.
Finn
Fiorenzo
Fiorenzo is a masculine given name. He is an Italian variant of the name of Florentius (lat. the flourishing).
Fiorino
Firat
Fırat is a Turkish male given name of Arabic origin, and the Turkish name for the river Euphrates. First name also appears as a family name. The Kurdish name is Fard, these occur outside the Turkish speaking occasionally when not Kurdish ethnic people as a surname, however.
Fırat
Fırat is a masculine Turkish name; taken from the Euphrates River, it may refer to:
Firmin
Firminus
Fisnik
Fisnik is an Albanian male given name, which means "noble". The name may refer to:
Fjalar
Fjodor
Fyodor is a masculine given name. He is the Russian version of the name Theodore.
Flamur
Faris is an Albanian-born male name.
Flavio
Flavio is an Italian [ˈflavjo] and Spanish masculine given name, equivalent to Flavius in Latin, Flavi in Catalan, and Flávio in Portuguese.
Flávio
Flávio is a Portuguese language given name, equivalent of Latin Flavius, and Italian and Spanish Flavio (name). The Portuguese diminutive form is Flavinho.
Flemming
Flemming is a surname and a male given name referring, like the more common Fleming, to an inhabitant (or descendant thereof) of Flanders, a region overlapping parts of modern Belgium, France, and the Netherlands. Notable people with the name include:
Flemming
Flo
Florencio
Florencio is a name which may refer to:
Florent
Florent is a masculine given name.
Florentin
Florenz
Florence (Italian Firenze) may refer to
Florestan
Florian
Flórián
Florian is a Hungarian given name.
Floribert
Florimond
Florimond is a given name, and may refer to:
Florin
Florin can be a given name or surname.
Floyd
Fluduald
Folke
Folke is a Swedish male given name, which means "chief", derived from the Old Norse folk. As of 2004, in Sweden there are 20,100 persons named Folke. Of them, about 5,700 had it as their main given name. In 2002, 118 newborn boys were named Folke, of them 15 as main name. The name may refer to:
Folker
Folker is a masculine given name.
Folkert
Folkert is a male given name, especially in Northern Germany and in the Netherlands.
Folkmar
Volkmar is a masculine given name of Germanic origin. Old high German: People = folc = the people, mar/mari = famous = & gt; "The popular well known".
Fons
An independent Dutch male given name is Fons as a short form of Alfonso.
Fosco
Fosco is an Italian male given name and a family name.
Fothad
Fothad, later Fothadh, is an Old Irish and Scottish Gaelic male given name, meaning "foundation". Bearers include:


Fouad
Fouad (Arabic & #160; فؤاد, DMG Fuʾād) is an Arabic male given name, derived from Arabic: Fu'ad meaning "Heart". Fouad is a variant of the name. The Turkish form of the name is fuat.
Foucault
Before you have a last name, once Foucault name (in the same way as "Renault" or "Thibault"). The name comes from the Germanic root "Folc" meaning people (in the German language of the present: people) it is now very rare, sometimes in Catholic families inspired by the name of father Charles de Foucauld, French military converted to Catholicism in the 19th century used.
Fouzan
Fouzan, also spelled Fawzan, Fowzan, and Fauzan, is an Arabic name meaning "successful", "success", "victorious", or "victor". The root word is "fouz", and the tense is symbolized by the "an". In the Arabic language, there is a single and plural tense, as well as a dual tense. The suffix, "an", represents the dual tense of a word. Therefore, the true meaning of "Fouzan" is a dual success. Fouzan, also spelled Fawzan, Fowzan, and Fauzan, is an Arabic name meaning "successful", "success", "victorious", or "victor". The root word is "fouz", and the tense is symbolized by the "an". In the Arabic language, there is a single and plural tense, as well as a dual tense. The suffix, "an", represents the dual tense of a word. Therefore, the true meaning of "Fouzan" is a dual success.
Fran
Franc
Franc is a masculine given name. It's a variation by Franz or Frank, in particular in Slovenian. In Slavic languages is the pronunciation fɾant͡s or frant͡s (such as german Franz), otherwise, the c is typically pronounced as k.
France
France is a masculine given name.
Francesc
Francesc is the Catalan form of the male given name Franz. The Spanish and Portuguese form of the name is Francisco.
Francesco
Francesco, the Italian (and original) version of the personal name "Francis", is the second most common name among males in Italy after Giuseppe, and is the given name of:
Francisco
Francisco is a masculine given name. The name is the Spanish and Portuguese form of the name Franz. Spanish short forms are including Fran and Paco. Chico is a Portuguese short form.
Frančišek
Frančišek is a Slovenian name.
Francisque
Franciszek
Franciszek is a masculine given name. The name is the Polish form of the German name, Franz.
Franck
Franck is both a surname and a masculine given name. Notable people with the name include:
Franco
Franco is an Italian male given name. The German version is frank. In the Italian, Spanish and Portuguese-speaking countries, Franco is commonly used as a family name.
François
François (French pronunciation: ​[fʁɑ̃.swɑ]) is a French masculine given name and surname, equivalent to the English name Francis.
Franjo
Franjo is a Croatian version of the masculine given name Franz.
Frank
Frank /ˈfræŋk/ is a masculine given name.
Fränk
Franklin
The franklin title meant belonging to the free State in the middle ages. The name corresponds to common family name in the German-speaking countries as free, Frey, Frank and Wollny.
Frantisek
František is a masculine given name. It uses the germanised form of Khaled. Both forms can be found occasionally as a family name. The name is the Czech and Slovak form of Francis.
František
František (Czech pronunciation: [franˈcɪʃɛk]) is a masculine given name of Czech origin. It is a cognate of Francis, Francisco, François, and Franz. People with the name include:
Franz
Franz is a German name and cognate of "Francis". Notable people named Franz include:
Franz Xaver
Franziskus
Francis is a masculine given name. Francis is the name of the Italian name Francesco or mittellateinisch Franciscus Latinized in German. Franz is a short form used in the German language. The female form of the name is Franziska.
Franzl
Fred
Fred is a shortcut to the old high German given name Manfred (man = husband; Ravi = peace - the man of peace). Also by the name of Alfred and Frederick or its variant Frederick.
Freddie
Frédéric
Frédéric and Frédérick are the French versions of the common male given name Frederick. They may refer to:
Frederick
Frederick
Frederick is a masculine given name. He is the English counterpart to Frederick or Friederich, is used in this or linguistically slightly adapted form but also in non-English speaking areas.
Frederico
Frederico is a given name. It is a form of Frederick, most commonly found in Portuguese.
Frederik
Frederick is a masculine given name. He is the English counterpart to Frederick or Friederich, is used in this or linguistically slightly adapted form but also in non-English speaking areas. The name Frederick is composed of the old high German words of Ömer 'peace' and rîhhi ' powerful, Fürst' together. The name means therefore 'peaceful ruler' or 'Prince of peace'.
Fredrik
Fredrik is derived from the Germanic name Friedrich or Friederich, from the Old High German fridu meaning "peace" and rîhhi meaning "ruler" or "power". It is the common form of Frederick in Norway, Finland and Sweden. The name means "peaceful ruler" The most common variant spelling of this name is Frederik, although the English spelling Frederick is more common than either. Fredrik replaced the Anglo-Saxon name Freodheric, and has been a rare first name in England since this time.
Fredy
Fredy is a masculine given name.
Freimut
Freimut is a masculine given name.
Freimut
Frerich
Frerich is a German surname and masculine given name. It is a variant of Friedrich.
Fricis
Fricis is a Latvian masculine give name. It is derived from the name Frīdrihs ("Frederick") and the associated name day is November 14.
Fridjof
Frido
Fridolin
Fridolin is a male given name, a diminutive of Frederick. The name occurs particularly in the German-speaking world. Origin and meaning of the name see here.
Fridtjof
Friedemann
Friedemann is a German given name meaning "peace man".
Frieder
Frieder is a German masculine given name. This is the short form of Frederick and Friederich, meaning "Prince of peace".
Friederich
Friedhelm
Friedmar
Friedmar or Friedemar is a German masculine given name.
Friedrich
Friedrich is a German given name and the origin of the English Frederick. Notable people with the name include:
Frigyes
Frigyes is a male given name and the Hungarian version of the name Friedrich.
Fritiof
Fritiof or Fridtjof or Friðþjófur is a Scandinavian masculine given name, and may refer to:


Fritjof
Frits
Frits is a masculine given name.
Fritz
Friðrik
Friðrik is an Icelandic male given name.
Frode
Fuad
Fouad (Arabic: فؤاد) (also spelled Foud, Arabic: فؤاد‎‎) is a masculine Arabic given name "Fouad" meaning "heart". It is borne by two different Kings of Egypt.
Fuat
Fuat is a masculine Turkish given name. People named Fuat include:
Fujio
Fujio (written: 正行, 藤雄, 藤夫, 不二夫, 冨士夫, 富士夫, 富士男 or ふじを in hiragana) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Fulbert
Fulgence
Fulgencio
Fulgencio (Spanish pronunciation: [fulˈxensjo]) is a Spanish male given name. It is derived from the Latin name Fulgentius, which means "bright, brilliant".
Fülöp
Fülöp is a Hungarian masculine first name.
Fulvio
Fulvio is an Italian male given name. Fulvio is the Italian form of the Roman Gentil name of Fulvius.
Fumiaki
Fumiaki (written: 文明, 文昭 or 史明) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Fumihiko
Fumihiko (written: 文彦 or 文美士) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Fumihiro
Fumihiro (written: 文尋, 郁洋, 史弘 or 史浩) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Fumio
Fumio (written: 文夫, 文雄, 文男, 史朗, 史生, 章生, 富美男 or フミオ in katakana) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Fumito
Fumito (written: 文人) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Fumiya
Fumiya (written: 文也, 史也, 郁哉, ふみや in hiragana or フミヤ in katakana) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Fürchtegott
Fürchtegott is a German masculine given name. Timothy and Squidward have the same meaning.
Furio
Furio is an Italian male given name.
Furkan
Furkan or Furqan is a masculine given name. People with the name include:
Fusanosuke
Fusanosuke (written: 房之助 or 房之介) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Fusazane
Fusazane (written: 房実) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Futoshi
Futoshi (written: 太) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Fuyuki
Fuyuki (冬樹?) is a masculine Japanese given name which is occasionally used as a surname and means snowy winter.





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