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.
Folkert Folkert is a male given name, especially in Northern Germany and in the Netherlands.
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.
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'.
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.
Friedemann Friedemann is a German given name meaning "peace man".
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:
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).
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.
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.
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".
Frerich Frerich is a German surname and masculine given name. It is a variant of Friedrich.
Frieder Frieder is a German masculine given name. This is the short form of Frederick and Friederich, meaning "Prince of peace".
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:
Fürchtegott Fürchtegott is a German masculine given name. Timothy and Squidward have the same meaning.
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