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Girl Names Starting with Fi-

Fi- baby names and what they mean, with 36 results. These girl names were at the apex of their popularity 2 years ago (adoption of 0.11%) and are almost as popular today (adoption 0.09%, 12.6% less), but with names such as Filomena going out of style. Fiona (#219) is the most contemporarily stylish birth name in this list, while Fite (top 4%) and Fine (2%) are familiar Fi- last names.

Fi- names

Fiala - Filis | Filis - Fiorentina

Fiala - Filis

Fiala
Source fr. Czechoslovakian. "Violet." Fiala (top 7%), comparable to Biala (top 61%), Falla (23%), is a popular -la suffix last name. See also Fila.

Fiammetta, var. Fiamma
Based on Italian language. "Little fiery one." Unique. Fiammetta, similar to Francetta, ends with the feminine -tta.

Fiby
From Spanish, Greek. "Shining, brilliant." Not in popularity charts. See also Liby.

Fidelity and variantsFidelity, var. Fideila, Fidela, Fidele, Fidelia, Fidelita, Fidelina, Fidella, Fidelma1, Fidessa
From Latin word. "Loyalty." Fidela (upper 82%) and Fidelia (95%) are commonly occurring first names.

Fidelma2
Derivative of Irish, Gaelic element. Latin form of Fiedhelm .. Fidelna and Fidelta are creative variations. See also Fidelina.

Fiesta
Stems fr. Spanish, Latin elements. "Carnival, celebration." Fiesta is not a Top 2000 name.

Fifi1, Fifine1, Fina, Finetta, Finette
Var. of Josephine. Origin fr. Hebrew word. "Jehovah increases." Finau is a somewhat popular girl's name.

Fifi2, var. Fifine2
Origin fr. French, Hebrew words. "Jehovah increases." Not in Top 2000.

Fila
Var. of Phila. Based on Greek word. "Loving." Filak (upper 40%), Filas (42%) are popular surnames. See also Flo.

Filania, Filanna
Forms of Philana. Derivative of Greek word. "Lover of mankind." Filania and Filanna are not frequently used as girls' names.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Fi- names: Fidelia, Filomena

Filanthia
Var. of Philantha. Root fr. Greek language. "Lover of flowers." Filanthia is not in the Top 2000.

Filberta, Filiberta
Var. of Philiberta. Origin fr. Old German word. "Very bright." Not in Top 2000.

Filia1
Var. of Ophelia. Origin fr. Greek language. "Help." Filia was not among 2015's Top names. See also Lilia.

Filia2
Derivative of Greek language. "Friendship." Not Top 2000 name. See also Cilia.

Filicia, Filisha
Var. of Felicia. Source fr. Latin word. "Lucky, fortunate, happy." Rare. Filicia, like Fabricia, Felicia, uses the unconventional -cia ending.

Philomena and variantsFilimena, Filomena, Filomene, Filumena
Forms of Philomena. Based on Greek element. "Powerful love." Filomena has declined in favor as a birth name since the 1910s.

Filipa, Filipina1, Filippa1
Var. of Philippa. Source fr. Greek language. "Horse lover." Filipa, Filipina and Filippa are not Top 2000 names.

Filipina2, Filippina, Filippine
Forms of Philopena. Feminine of Philip (Greek) lover of .. Outside Top 2000.

Filippa2
Derivative of Greek element. "Lover of horses." Filippa is not often adopted as a baby name. See also Felipa.

Filis
Derivative of Greek element. "Greenery." Unique. Filis, like Felis, uses the androgynous -lis ending. See also Eilis.

Quick Reference

Summary Index of names [and variants] for Fi- names for girls.

1. Fiala - Filis
Fiala, Fiammetta [Fiamma], Fiby, Fidelity [Fidela, Fidele, Fidelia, Fidella, Fidelma, Fidessa, Fidelita, Fidelina, ..], Fidelma, Fiesta, Josephine [Fifi, Fina, Fifine, Finetta, Finette], Fifi [Fifine], Phila [Fila], Philana [Filania, Filanna], Philantha [Filanthia], Philiberta [Filberta, Filiberta], Ophelia [Filia], Filia, Felicia [Filicia, Filisha], Philomena [Filimena, Filomena, Filomene, Filumena], Philippa [Filipa, Filippa, Filipina], Philopena [Filipina, Filippina, Filippine], Filippa, Filis


Phyllis [Filis, Fillis, Fillys], Phillida [Fillida], Philyra [Fillira], Filomena, Philothea [Filothea, Filotheya], Euphemia [Fima], Fina, Finella, Fenella [Finella], Guinevere [Finnabhair], Finola, Fiona [Fione, Fionna], Fionnula [Finola, Finuala, Finella, Fionola, Fionnuala, Fionnualagh], Fiora, Flora [Fiora, Fiori, Fiore, Fiorella, Fiordenni], Florence [Firenze, Fiorenza, Fiorentina]

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