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Boy Names Starting with Fa-

Fa- baby names and what they mean, with 58 results. Fa- names are used more often as masculine names. These boy names reached the apex of their popularity a decade ago (ADOPTION OF 0.08%) and are somewhat less popular today (ADOPTION 0.06%, DOWN 35%), with names such as Fay falling out of fashion. Fabian (#356) is the most trendy birth name in this compilation, while Fann (TOP 6%) and Faulk (2%) are popular Fa- surnames. Here is the list of Fa- names for girls.

Fa- names

Fabian - Faiz | Fajr - Farnley | Farold - Fay

Fabian - Faiz

Fabian and variants

Fabian, var. Faybionn, Faybion, Faybien, Faybian, Favian, Favio, Faebien, Faebian, Fabyen, Fabiyus, Fabyan, Fabius, Fabion, Fabio, Fabianus, Fabien, Fabiano, Fabianno, Fabert, Fabek, Faber, Fabe
Source fr. Latin element. "Bean." Fabian, Fabyan, Favian (cf. Fairman, Farbman) are popular -an suffix last names.

Fabrice and variants

Fabrice, var. Fabrizius, Fabrizio, Fabritius, Fabricius, Fabriano
Origin fr. French, Latin. "Craftsman." Fabricius (TOP 39%), Fabrizio (7%) and Fabrizius (47%) exist often as surnames.

Fabron, var. Fabroni, Fabre
Stems fr. French language. "Young blacksmith." Compare surnames Fabros (TOP 71%), Faron (23%).

Derivative of Irish. "Hostile, malicious." Anchtna and Richtna are creative forms.

Origin fr. Old English language. "Businessman." Factor is rare as a men's name, existing often (TOP 11%) as a surname.

Var. of Fidel. Source fr. Latin. "Faithful." Fadelio is not often adopted as a boys' name.

Stems fr. Arabic language. "Savior." Unique as a baby name. See also Aadi.

Fadile, var. Fazil, Fadle, Fadl, Fadil
From Arabic element. "Virtuous, excellent." Not in Top 2000.

Origin fr. Old Norse element. Mythology .. Scarce as a children's name.

Fagan, var. Fagin
Derivative of Irish, Gaelic language. "Little ardent one." Fagan and Fagin are not often used as boys' names.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Fa- names: Fabian, Fabio, Fabrizio, Fahad, Faisal, Favian

Fahd and variants

Fahd, var. Fahed, Fahad
Origin fr. Arabic language. "Panther, leopard." Fahad is popular as a children's name compared to Fahd, Fahed.

Fahim, var. Fahmi, Faheem
Source fr. Arabic element. "Intelligent." Fahim, Faheem and Fahmi are barely found as male names.

Faine, var. Fane, Fain
From Old English element. "Happy, joyous." Uncommon, with the unusual androgynous -ne suffix for Faine, Fane, like Fontaine.

Based on Scottish word. "Fair-haired child." Not Top 2000 name.

From Old English. "Bank along the pathway." Unique as a children's name, Fairbanks exists more frequently as a last name.

Stems fr. Old English element. "Fair-haired child." Outside Top 2000.

Root fr. Old English element. "Lovely hair." Unique as a birth name, Fairfax is used more conventionally as a surname.

Faisal and variants

Faisal, var. Faysal, Faycal, Faizal, Faical
Root fr. Arabic language. "Sword." Faisal and variants are rarely found as male names, and Faisal occurs commonly (TOP 48%) as a last name.

Faivish, var. Fayvel
Stems fr. Yiddish, Greek languages. "Bright, radiant." Faivish and Fayvel were not among 2015's Top names.

Faiz, var. Faizah, Faaiz
Derived fr. Arabic element. "Victor, winner." Fariz is a slightly prominent birth name.