Names starting with Fl-

"FL" names beginning or starting with Fl- for men. Here is the list of Fl- names for girls. Adoption of these boy names was at its highest during the years 1910-1919 (usage of 0.0405%) and is almost as widespread today (usage 0.0141%, down 65.2%), but with names like Floyd, Florian and Fletcher becoming less fashionable. Flynn (#659) is the most fashionable baby name in this compilation.

Felipe - Lloyd

Page 1/1 of 17 Fl- grouped names.

[Flip, .. 7 more] Form of Felipe 1 Derived fr. Spanish, Greek elements. "Lover of horses." Unisex name. Not in Top 1000. ..

[Fleicien, .. 11 more] Form of Felix 2 Derived fr. Latin language. "Happy, lucky." Rather quaint as a baby name. ..

Flaminio [Flamino] 3 Stems fr. Spanish. "Roman priest." Flaminio and Flamino are rarely used first names.

Flann [Flainn, Flannan, Flannery] 4 Based on Irish, Gaelic word. "Red, ruddy." Uncommon. Flann, like Hofmann, Hermann, ends with the popular androgynous-sounding -ann.

Flannan 5 Origin fr. Irish, Gaelic. "Red, ruddy." Flannan is not a Top 1000 name. ..

Flannery 6 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 [Flavel, Flavelle, Flaviano, Flavien, Flavius, Flavio, Flawiusz] 7 From Latin. "Yellow hair." Uncommon, but Flavian, Flavel, etc. are comparable to common Fl- surnames Flanigan (top 3%), Florian (7%). ..

Fleetwood 8 Stems fr. Old English element. "Woods with the stream." Fleetwood is not frequently adopted as a boys' name.

Fleming [Flemming, Flemmyng, Flemyng] 9 Origin fr. Old English. "Man from Flanders." Fleming, Flemming (cf. Flemens, Flemons) are popular last names beginning with Fl-.

Fletcher [Flecher, Fletch] 10 Stems fr. Old French. "Arrow-maker." Adoption of Flecher and forms escalated during 1890-1899 and is lower today, with Fletcher becoming less stylish. ..

Flinders 11 Originally a surname for someone from .. Uncommon. Flinders, like Winters, Gunners, ends with the familiar masculine -ers.

Flint [Flynt] 12 Origin fr. Old English word. "Hard rock." Flint and Flynt are rare as boys' names.

Florent [Florentin, Florentino, Florentz, Florenz, Florino, Florinio, Floris, Florus, .. 1 more] 13 From Old French element. "In flower." Florent (upper 46%), like Orent (upper 56%), Storment (22%), is a common last name with the -ent ending. ..

Florian [Florien, Florrian, Floryan] 14 Based on Latin. "Flower." Unique. Florian, Florrian, like Dorian, Eirian, end with the popular masculine -rian. ..

Floyd 15 Origin fr. Welsh element. "Gray-haired." Common as surname, and Floyd (top 1%) is comparable to common -oyd surnames Bloyd (top 18%), Froyd (63%). ..

Flynn [Flin, Flinn, Flyn] 16 Origin fr. Irish, Gaelic language. "Descendant of Flann." Flyn and forms rose in popularity in 2014. ..

[Floyd, .. 1 more] Form of Lloyd 17 Origin fr. Welsh element. "Gray-haired; sacred." Floyd soared in popularity in the 1900s and has become less widespread, with Floyd becoming less in vogue. ..

Top 1000 baby names ranking of Fl- names: Fleming, Fletcher, Florentino, Florian, Floyd, Flynn

Quick Index

Summary of all names (grouped by variations) for Fl- names for boys.

[Felipe - Lloyd]
Felipe [Flip], Felix [Fleicien], Flaminio [Flamino], Flann [Flannery, ..], Flannan, Flannery, Flavian [Flawiusz, ..], Fleetwood, Fleming [Flemyng, ..], Fletcher [Fletch], Flinders, Flint [Flynt], Florent [Florus, ..], Florian [Floryan, ..], Floyd, Flynn [Flyn, ..], Lloyd [Floyd]