Fabia, var. Fabra, Fabiola▼, Fabiana, Faviola, Fabiane, Favianna, Fabienne, Fabianna, Fabianne, means "bean". Fabiola has declined in popularity as a birth name over time. The form Faviola is familiar as a variation of the name.
Fadia, means "savior". Scarce as a given name. See also Nadia.
Faith▲, var. Fe, Fay▼, Fae▼, Faye▼, Fayth, Faithe, Faythe, means "belief". Faith is a common (Top 11%) women's name, appearing regularly (Top 11%) as a surname in the US Census. The variations Fe and Fae are prevalent as forms of Faith.
Fancy, means "imagination, fantasy". A rare birth name. See also Nancy.
Fanny▼, var. Fan, Fanni, Fania, Fannie▼, Fannia, Fanney, Fannee, Fantine, Fanceen, means "from France". Somewhat uncommon as a name for children, Fanny exists fairly commonly as a last name. The variation Fannie is common as a variant form of Fanny.
Farrah▼, var. Fara, Farra, Farah, means "lovely, pleasant". Farrah is recognizable (Top 38%) as a women's name, appearing regularly (Top 27%) as a surname according to the US Census. The variation Farah is familiar as a form of Farrah.
Farren, var. Faryn, Farin, Faren, Ferryn, Ferran, Farron, Farran, Farrin, Farryn, means "adventurous". Unisex name. Farren is an infrequently used given name, occurring regularly (Top 15%) as a surname according to the US Census.
Fatima▲, var. Fatma, Fatmah, Fatimah, Fateema, Fateemah, means "baby's nurse". The name Fatima has surged in popularity as a given name over the years since 1880-1889. The variation Fatimah is generally used as a variant form of the name.
Fawn, var. Faun, Fawna, Fawne, Faina, Fauna, Fanya, Fawnya, Faunia, Fawnia, means "young deer". Rarely used as a birth name for girls nowadays, but Fawn is still recorded frequently as a first name among females of all ages according to the US Census. See also Fanny.
Fay▼, var. Fee, Fae▼, Fey, Fay▼, Fei, Faye▼, Feike, Fayanna, means "fairy". Also suitable as a boys' name. A somewhat uncommon name for children, existing more commonly as a surname. The variation Faye is widely used as a variant form of Fay.
Felice. Scarcely used as a given name, Felice exists more often as a surname. A name applicable for both women and men.
Felicia▼, var. Feliz, Felis, Feliss, Feliza, Felita, Felice, Felise, Felisa, Falecia, Felisha▼, .. 14 more, means "lucky, fortunate, happy". Felicia is a prevalent (Top 7%) women's name, and it appears often (Top 82%) as a surname according to the US Census. The variations Phylicia and Felicity are popular as forms of Felicia.
Fennel. Rare as a name for baby girls, Fennel occurs more commonly as a last name.
Fernanda▲, var. Fern▼, Fernande, Fernandine, Fernandina, Ferdinande, Ferdinanda, means "ready journey". A popular choice for a name for babies (#528 in 2014), Fernanda is also recorded regularly as a first name among the general female population in the US Census. The variation Nan is commonplace as a variant form of the name.