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Girl Names Starting with Fe-

Fe- baby names and what they mean, with 31 results. Fe- names are used more often as masculine names. Adoption of these girl names was at its highest during the years 1970-1979 (ADOPTION OF 0.2%) and is somewhat less today (ADOPTION 0.1%, 39.3% LESS), with names such as Felicia falling out of fashion. Felicity (#354) is the most fashionable baby name here, while Feil (TOP 10%) and Feder (7%) are common Fe- last names.

Fe- names

Fe - Felmine | Femia - Ferran

Fe - Felmine

Form of Faith. Source fr. Middle English language. "Belief." Ffi and Fie are creative variations. See also Fei.

Var. of Phoebe. Root fr. Greek element. "Bright, radiant." Unconventional. Compare Febe and popular -ebe last names Friebe (TOP 61%), Bebe (58%). See also Fiby.

Form of Celia. Derived fr. Latin. "Heaven." Unusual, with the unconventional androgynous-sounding -ia ending for Fecelia, like Fenia. See also Cecelia.

Var. of Fidelma. Stems fr. Irish, Gaelic element. Latin form of Fiedhelm .. Fedelma is not frequently adopted as a children's name.

Form of Frederica. From Old German. "Peaceful ruler." Not Top 2000 name.

Var. of Fidelity. Origin fr. Latin word. "Loyalty." Not much used as a baby name.

Theodora and variants

Feodora1, Fedora1
Var. of Theodora. From Greek element. "God's gift." Fedora and forms peaked in popularity a century ago.

Derived fr. Greek language. "Gift from God." Fedora is rarely used as a female name, registering frequently (UPPER 26%) as a last name. See also Fyodora.

Feodora2, Fedora3
Forms of Pheodora. Root fr. Russian, Greek elements. "God's gift." Feodora is novel as a girls' name among the variant forms of Pheodora.

Form of Phaedra. Based on Greek word. "Bright." Not in Top 2000. See also Feodora.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Fe- names: Fedora, Felice, Felicia, Felicie, Felicita

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Fe- names: Felicitas, Felicity, Felipa, Felisa, Felisha, Felita

Form of Fiona. Stems fr. Scottish, Gaelic languages. "White, fair." Outside Top 2000. Unisex name.

Fey, Feike, Fei, Fee2
Forms of Fay. "Fairy." Fee, Feike, etc. are hardly found as women's names. Late 19th century coinage, influenced by ..

Fenix, Feenix
Var. of Phoenix. Stems fr. Greek element. "Dark red." Feenix and Fenix are not Top 2000 names.


Source fr. Latin word. "Lucky, fortunate, happy." Adoption of Felice was common 6 decades ago. Unisex name.

Felicia and variants

Felicia, var. Felysse, Feliza, Feliz, Felita, Felisha, Feliss, Felise, Felisa, Felis, Felicite1, Felicity1, Feliciona, Felicienne, Felicie, Feliciana, Felicidad, Felice2
Stems fr. Latin. "Lucky, fortunate, happy." Well-used, with usage of 0.053% for Felicia and variants as birth names in 2018, but lower than 0.054% a year ago.

Felicity and variants

Felicity2, var. Felicite2, Felicitas, Felicita
Derived fr. Old French, Latin. "Lucky." Felicity has risen in favor since the 1880s.

Feyline, Felina
Forms of Faline. Derived fr. Latin. "Like a cat." Unusual. Feyline (compare Fantine, Fleurine) uses the -ine suffix.


Form of Philippa. Derived fr. Greek element. "Horse lover." Felipa rose in popularity a century ago. See also Felita.

Form of Philopena. Feminine of Philip (Greek) lover of .. Uncommon. Felipina, like Feliciona, uses the unusual androgynous-sounding -na ending.

Form of Wilhelmina. Stems fr. Old German. "Determined protector." Felmine is rare as a birth name.

Quick Reference

Summary Index of names [and variants] for Fe- names for girls.

1. Fe - Felmine
Faith [Fe], Phoebe [Febe], Celia [Fecelia], Fidelma [Fedelma], Frederica [Federica], Fidelity [Fedila], Theodora [Fedora, Feodora], Fedora, Pheodora [Fedora, Feodora], Phaedra [Fedra], Fiona [Fee], Fay [Fey, Fei, Fee, Feike], Phoenix [Fenix, Feenix], Felice, Felicia [Feliz, Feliza, Felita, Feliss, Felise, Felisa, Felysse, Felisha, ..], Felicity [Felicite, Felicita, Felicitas], Faline [Felina, Feyline], Philippa [Felipa], Philopena [Felipina], Wilhelmina [Felmine]

Phemia [Femie, Femia], Fionnula [Fenella], Fenella, Fenia [Fenya, Fenja], Fennel, Theodosia [Feodosia], Farica [Fericka], Fern [Ferne, Ferna], Fernanda [Fern, Fernande, Fernandine, Fernandina, Ferdinande, Ferdinanda], Fernley [Fernly, Fernlie, Fernlee, Fernlea, Fernleigh], Farren [Ferryn, Ferran]

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