Fabia, var. Fabra, Fabiola▼, Fabiana, Faviola, Fabiane, Favianna, Fabienne, Fabianna, Fabianne, means "bean". Common as surnames, and Fabienne, var. are similar to popular Fabi- last names Fabian (upper 2%), Fabin (53%).
Fabiola▼, var. Faviola, means "bean". Common, and Fabiola, Faviola are comparable to popular last names Ferriola (top 42%), Priola (27%), which also end with -iola.
Fabrizia, var. Fabrice, Fabriqua, Fabricia, Fabritzia, Fabrienne, means "works with the hands". Not widespread. Fabrizia and variants are not found in the US Census.
Fadia, means "savior". Not that common as a birth name. See also Kadia.
Fadila, var. Fazila, Fadheela, means "moral excellence, virtue". Uncommon as birth names, but Fadila, Fadheela, etc. are pronounced like the more conventional Fidela.
Faida, var. Fayda, means "plentiful". Faida and Fayda are scantly used feminine names.
Faith, var. Fe, Fay▼, Fae▼, Faye▼, Fayth, Faithe, Faythe, means "belief". Faith (cf. Maith, Vaith) is a popular -aith suffix last name.
Faline, var. Felina, Feyline, Fayline, Faeleen, means "like a cat". Uncommon. Compare Faline with common Fal- surnames Fallone (upper 35%), Falsone (40%).
Fallon▼, var. Fallyn, Fallen, Fallan, Faline, means "superiority; descended from a ruler". Fallen (top 15%) and Fallon (2%) exist frequently as last names.
Fancy, means "imagination, fantasy". Not in Top 1000. See also Fancey.
Fanny▼, var. Fan, Fanni, Fania, Fannie▼, Fannia, Fanney, Fannee, Fantine, Fanceen, means "from France". Rare. Fanny, like Darlenny, Penny, uses the favored feminine -nny ending.
Farica, var. Flicka, Fericka, Faricka, means "peaceful ruler". Unusual. Farica (cf. Derica, Aphfrica) uses the favored feminine-sounding -rica suffix.
Farina, var. Fareena, means "flour". Fareena and Farina are atypical women's names, and Farina is found often (upper 4%) as a surname.
Farrah▼, var. Fara, Farra, Farah, means "lovely, pleasant". Farrah, Fara, etc. became less trendy last year, falling -145 positions as birth names with Farrah dropping the most.
Farren, var. Faryn, Farin, Faren, Ferryn, Ferran, Farron, Farran, Farrin, Farryn, means "adventurous". Farran (upper 21%), var., like Farrell (upper 1%), Farrens (29%), are popular Farr- prefix last names.
Fatima, var. Fatma, Fatmah, Fatimah, Fateema, Fateemah, means "baby's nurse". Popular as last names. Compare Fatima (upper 20%) with common -ima surnames Gima (upper 37%), Okajima (94%).
Fauna, var. Faune, Fawna, Fauniel, Fauniella. Unusual. Fauna, Fauniella, etc. are not listed in the US Demographics.
Faustine, var. Fausta, Fauste, Faustina, means "lucky, fortunate". Rare. Faustine (cf. Valentine, Celestine) uses the popular feminine -tine suffix.
Fawn, var. Faun, Fawna, Fawne, Faina, Fauna, Fanya, Fawnya, Faunia, Fawnia, means "young deer". Unconventional. Compare Fawn and popular -awn last names Mawn (top 34%), Brawn (11%).
Fay▼, var. Fee, Fae▼, Fey, Fay▼, Fei, Faye▼, Feike, Fayanna, means "fairy". Fay (top 1%), like Cay (top 35%), Oday (5%), is a popular -ay suffix surname.
Fayette, var. Fayetta, means "little fairy". Fayette (upper 24%), like Slette (upper 61%), Hulette (37%), is a common -ette suffix last name.
Fedora, var. Fadora, means "gift from God". Unique. Fedora, Fadora (cf. Eldora, Salvadora) use the common feminine -dora suffix.
Felice, means "lucky, fortunate, happy". Not much used as a birth name, Felice exists more frequently as a last name. Also used for boys.
Felicia▼, var. Feliz, Felis, Feliss, Feliza, Felita, Felice, Felise, Felisa, Falecia, Felisha▼, .. 14 more, means "lucky, fortunate, happy". Felicia (upper 42%), like Pelliccia (upper 34%), Peccia (65%), is a common -cia suffix last name.
Felicity, var. Flick, Felicite, Felicita▼, Felicitas, means "lucky". Listed in Top 1000.
Fenella, var. Fynella, Finella, means "white shoulder". Fenella, Finella and Fynella were not Top birth names in 2014.
Fenia, var. Fenya, Fenja. Uncommon. Fenia (cf. Eugenia, Levenia) ends with the familiar feminine -enia.
Fennel. Not that popular as a children's name, Fennel exists more conventionally as a last name.
Fern▼, var. Ferne▼, Ferna, means "fern". Fern (cf. Hern, Stern) is a popular -ern suffix surname.
Fernanda, var. Fern▼, Fernande, Fernandine, Fernandina, Ferdinande, Ferdinanda, means "ready journey". Common. Fernanda, Ferdinanda (cf. Yulanda, Wanda) use the familiar feminine-sounding -anda suffix.
Fernley, var. Fernly, Fernlie, Fernlee, Fernlea, Fernleigh, means "fern meadow". Fernley (upper 74%), like Pinley (upper 94%), Heinley (70%), is a popular -nley suffix surname.
Ffion, means "white, fair". Ffion is seldom used as a children's name. See also Ffiona.
Fiala, means "violet". Fiala is not a Top 1000 name. See also Filia.
Fiammetta, var. Fiamma, means "little fiery one". Unusual. Fiammetta, like Juanetta, Wyonetta, uses the common feminine -etta ending.
Fiby, means "shining, brilliant". Outside Top 1000. See also Febe.
Fidelity, var. Fedila, Fidele, Fidela, Fidelma, Fidessa, Fidella, Fidelia, Fideila, Fidelina, Fidelita, means "loyalty". Not in popularity charts.
Fidelma, var. Fedelma. Sparing use. Fidelma and Fedelma are not listed in the US Demographics.
Fiesta, means "carnival, celebration". Fiesta is intermittently used as a first name, registering commonly (top 39%) as a last name. See also Fausta.
Fifi, var. Fifine, means "Jehovah increases". Not in Top 1000.
Filia, means "friendship". Outside Top 1000. See also Silia.