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Boy Names Starting with Fl-
Fl- baby names and what they mean, with 17 results. Adoption of these boy names was at its highest 125 years ago (usage of 0.4%) and is now significantly reduced, with names like Florian falling out of fashion. Flynn (#694) and Fletcher (#666) are two of the more fashionable baby names in this compilation, while Flesher (top 7%) and Fletter (68%) are common Fl- last names. Here is the list of Fl- names for girls.
Flaminio - FlynnFlaminio, var. Flamino
Stems fr. Spanish. "Roman priest." Flamine and Flanminio are creative variations.Flann, var. Flainn, Flannan1, Flannery1
Based on Irish, Gaelic word. "Red, ruddy." Common as surnames. Compare Flann (top 60%) and popular -ann last names Fann (top 6%), Blann (21%).Flannan2
Origin fr. Irish, Gaelic. "Red, ruddy." Flannan is not a Top 2000 name.Flannery2
Derived fr. Irish, Gaelic. "Red valor." Flannery is irregularly used as a men's name, occurring often (top 2%) as a surname. Gender-neutral name.Flavian, var. Flavel, Flavelle, Flaviano, Flavien, Flavius, Flavio, Flawiusz
From Latin. "Yellow hair." Flavel, Flavelle, Flavian, Flaviano and Flavien are more unique as children's names.Fleetwood
Stems fr. Old English element. "Woods with the stream." Fleetwood is not frequently adopted as a boys' name.Fleicien
Form of Felix. Derived fr. Latin language. "Happy, lucky." Rather quaint as a baby name.Fleming, var. Flemming, Flemmyng, Flemyng
Origin fr. Old English. "Man from Flanders." Less used today. Fleming was the version last recorded (1930-1939) in the Top 2000.Fletcher▲, var. Flecher, Fletch
Stems fr. Old French. "Arrow-maker." Adoption of Fletcher and variants as children's names in 2015 was significantly more than a decade ago.Flinders
Originally a surname for someone from .. Flinders is uncommon as a boys' name.
Origin fr. Old English word. "Hard rock." Rare, with usage of 0.004% for Flint and Flynt as boys' names in 2015.Flip
Form of Felipe. Derived fr. Spanish, Greek elements. "Lover of horses." Also used for girls. Not in popularity charts.Florent, var. Florentin, Florentino, Florentz, Florenz, Florino, Florinio, Floris, Florus
From Old French element. "In flower." Florentino (top 13%), Floris (38%), Florent (46%), Florino (48%) and Florentin (64%) occur often as surnames.Florian▼, var. Florien, Florrian, Floryan
Based on Latin. "Flower." Florian is common as a boys' name among these variations.Floyd1▼
Form of Lloyd. Origin fr. Welsh element. "Gray-haired; sacred." Sparing use, with usage of 0.006% for Floyd as a boys' name in 2015, higher than 0.005% the previous year.Floyd2▼
Origin fr. Welsh element. "Gray-haired." Floyd is a frequently occurring (top 14%) male name, and is found frequently (top 1%) as a last name.Flynn▲, var. Flin, Flinn, Flyn
Origin fr. Irish, Gaelic language. "Descendant of Flann." Flynn is the all-time favorite.
Summary Index of names [and variants] for Fl- names for boys.1. Flaminio - Flynn
Flaminio [Flamino], Flann [Flainn, Flannan, Flannery], Flannan, Flannery, Flavian [Flavel, Flavio, Flavien, Flavius, Flavelle, Flaviano, Flawiusz], Fleetwood, Felix [Fleicien], Fleming [Flemyng, Flemming, Flemmyng], Fletcher▲ [Fletch, Flecher], Flinders, Flint [Flynt], Felipe [Flip], Florent [Florus, Floris, Florenz, Florino, Florentz, Florinio, Florentin, Florentino], Florian▼ [Floryan, Florien, Florrian], Lloyd [Floyd▼], Floyd▼, Flynn▲ [Flyn, Flin, Flinn]