Names starting with Fl-

Fl- names beginning or starting with Fl- for males. Names that start with Fl- are used more often as masculine names. Here is the list of Fl- names for girls. Usage of these boy names reached its highest in 1910-1919 and it is almost as widespread today, but with names like Floyd and Florian becoming less trendy. Flynn (#659) and Fletcher (#706) are two of the more trendy birth names in this compilation, with Fletcher having a resurgence in popularity.

Felipe - Flannan

Page 1/3 of 17 Fl- grouped names.

[Flip, .. 7 more] Var. of Felipe 1 Source fr. Spanish, Greek words. "Lover of horses." Unisex name. A rare given name for baby boys. ..

[Fleicien, .. 11 more] Var. of Felix 2 Origin fr. Latin word. "Happy, lucky." The variation Fleicien is an uncommon masculine name. ..

Flaminio [Flamino] 3 Source fr. Spanish. "Roman priest." The versions Flaminio and Flamino are uncommonly used as male names. Flaminio (Top 96%) and Flamino (40%) appear commonly as last names according to the US Census.

Flann [Flainn, Flannan, Flannery] 4 Origin fr. Irish, Gaelic word. "Red, ruddy." The variations Flainn, Flann, Flannan and Flannery are uncommon masculine names, and Flannery appears often (Top 4%) as a surname in the US Census.

Flannan 5 Based on Irish, Gaelic element. "Red, ruddy." Scarce as a name for babies. ..

Popularity of Fl- baby names

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Quick Index

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

[Felipe - Flannan]
Felipe [Flip], Felix [Fleicien], Flaminio [Flamino], Flann [Flainn, Flannan, Flannery], Flannan

[Flannery - Floyd]
Flannery, Flavian [Flavio, Flavius, Flavien, Flavelle, Flaviano, Flawiusz], Fleetwood, Fleming [Flemyng, Flemming, Flemmyng], Fletcher [Fletch, Flecher], Flinders, Flint [Flynt], Florent [Florus, Floris, Florenz, Florino, Florentz, Florinio, ..], Florian [Floryan, Florien, Florrian], Floyd

[Flynn - Lloyd]
Flynn [Flyn, Flin, Flinn], Lloyd [Floyd]