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Girl Names Starting with Fr-

Fr- baby names and what they mean, with 20 results. Fr- names are used more often as masculine names. These girl names were at the apex of their popularity in the 1920s (usage of 1.93%) and have become much less common since (usage 0.13%, down 93%), with names like Frankie falling out of fashion. Freya (#417), Francesca (#428) and Frida (#852) are three of the more trendy girl names among these, while Friday (top 3%) and Friel (5%) are popular Fr- last names. Here is the list of Fr- names for boys.

Fr- names

Fran - Fruma

Fran and variantsFran1, var. Frani, Frannee, Franni1, Frannie1, Franny1
Derivative of Latin language. "French." Fran (cf. Gran, Cran) is a popular -ran suffix surname.

Francene and variantsFrancene1, var. Franceen1
Variant spelling of Francine. Less widespread today. Francene was the variant last listed (1960-1969) in the Top 2000.

Frances and variantsFrances, var. Fran2, France, Francee, Franceline, Francesca1, Francene2, Francess, Francetta, Francette, Franchesca1, Francey, Franci, Francia, Francie, Francisca1, Francine1, Franciska1, Francoise, Francyne, Franie, Frania, Frank, Franka, Franki, Franky, Frankie1, Franni2, Frannie2, Franny2, Fransabella, Fransabelle, Franzetta, Franzi, Franziska, Fronia
From Latin word. "French." Francesca has risen in popularity as a girls' name since 1880-1889.

Francesca and variantsFrancesca2, var. Franca, Franceska, Franchesa, Franchesca2, Franciska2, Francisca2
Stems fr. Italian, Latin languages. "French." Francesca, Franchesca and Francisca are more generally used as birth names among these forms.

Francine and variantsFrancine2, var. Franceen2, Francena, Francene3, Francille, Francina
Derived fr. French, Latin elements. "French." Francine has diminished in favor as a birth name since the 1950s.

Franisbel, var. Franisbella, Franisbelle
Elaboration of Fran, influenced by Isabel .. Franisbel, Franisbella and Franisbelle are rarely found as feminine names.

Pet form of Frances, Francesca or .. Also a boys' name. Frankie became more trendy in 2015, gaining +163 positions as a baby name to reach #992.

Frayda, var. Frayde, Fraydel, Freyda, Freyde, Freydel
Stems fr. Yiddish. "Joy." Fraydel and variants were not among 2015's Top names.

Winifred and variantsFred1, Freddie1, Freddy1, Fredi1, Fredy1
Var. of Winifred. From Welsh, Old English. "Holy, blessed reconciliation; joy and peace." Fred and Freddie are more common as birth names among the forms of Winifred.

Alfreda and variantsFred2, Freda1, Freddi1, Freddie2, Fredi2, Freddy2, Fredy2, Freeda1, Freedah, Friedah1, Frieda1, Fryda1, Frydah
Forms of Alfreda. From Old German, Old English. "Elf or magical counsel." Adoption of Frieda and forms grew in the 1900s, but now, Freda has become less stylish.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Fr- names: Fran, France, Francene, Frances, Francesca

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Fr- names: Franchesca, Francie, Francina, Francine, Francisca

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Fr- names: Frank, Frankie, Fred, Freda, Fredda

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Fr- names: Freddie, Frederica, Fredericka, Fredia, Freeda

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Fr- names: Freida, Freya, Frida, Frieda, Fronia

Elfrida and variantsFreda2, Freddi2, Freddy3, Freeda2, Frieda2, Frida1, Friedah2, Friede, Fryda2
Forms of Elfrida. Stems fr. Latin, Old English words. "Elf, magical being strength." Used somewhat frequently as girls' names, Freda, Fryda, etc. are comparable to the familiar Freya.

Freda and variantsFreda3, var. Freada, Freddie3, Freeda3, Freida, Frieda3, Frida2, Frydda
Origin fr. Old German. "Peaceful." Adoption of Freeda and forms soared a century ago and is now reduced, with Freda becoming somewhat outmoded.

Fredella, var. Fredelle
Combined form of Freda and Ella. Uncommon. Fredella (cf. Fidella) ends with the androgynous -lla.

Frederica and variantsFrederica, var. Fred3, Freda4, Fredalena, Freddee, Freddi3, Freddey, Freddie4, Freddy4, Fredericka, Frederika, Frederickina, Frederine, Frederique, Fredi3, Fredie, Fredia, Fredricia, Fredrika, Fredrikke, Friederike, Frerika
Origin fr. Old German. "Peaceful ruler." Somewhat popular as baby names, Freda, Frederica, etc. are pronounced like the familiar Fredda.

Freya and variantsFreya, var. Fraya
Root fr. Scottish, Old Norse words. "Lady." Freya was among 2015's Top names.

Frieda and variantsFrieda4, var. Freda5, Fredda, Frida3
Derivative of German element. "Lady." Freda (upper 9%) and Frieda (63%) exist often as surnames.

Friedelinde, var. Friedalinda
Derivative of German word. "Gentle peace." Friedelinde and Friedalinda were not Top birth names in 2015.

Fritzi, var. Fritzie
Root fr. Old German. "Peaceful ruler." Fritzi and Fritzie are not Top 2000 names.

Derivative of Latin language. "Fruitful." Fructuosa is unique as a birth name.

Origin fr. Yiddish language. "Pious, deeply religious." Fruma is not a Top 2000 name.