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Wednesday, May 1, 2013

Information on baby boy names and meanings(F)part(ii)

Felipe
Spanish
A lover of horses.
Felix
Latin
Happy and prosperous.
Felton
Old English
From the farm in the field.
Fenn
Old English
A marsh or fen.
Fenton
Old English
From the marshlands.
Fenwick
Old English
From the farm in the marshland.
Feodore
Greek
The gift of God.
Ferdinand
Teutonic
Prepared for the journey. An adventurer or traveller.
Ferenc
Latin, Hungarian
Independent, free
Fergal
Irish Gaelic
A man of valour.
Fergus
Gaelic
Fearghas (Gaelic), Feargus.
Ferguson
Gaelic
Son of Fergus. Manly.
Fernando
Daring, adventurous.
Fernleigh
Old English
From the fern meadow.
Fernley
Old English
From the fern meadow.
Feroz
Arabic
Victorious and successful.
Ferran
Arabic
baker
Ferrand
Old French
A grey-haired man.
Ferrer
Old French
The blacksmith.
Ferris
Gaelic
A rock.
Feste
From Shakespeare's play Twelfth Night.
Festus
Latin
Steadfast.
Ffionn
Welsh
Foxglove Flower
Fiachra
Irish Gaelic
A raven.
Fidel
Latin
Faithful.
Fielding
Old English
A field dweller.
Fife
Scottish
A man from Fife.
Figaro
Latin
Daring, cunning.
Filbert
Teutonic
Very bright.
Filip
Polish
A lover of horses.
Filippo
Italian
A lover of horses.
Finbar
Irish Gaelic
Fair-headed.
Fineas
Egyptian/Hebrew
Egyptian: The Nubian (dark-skinned). Hebrew: An oracle.
Fingal
Scottish Gaelic
The fair stranger.
Finian
Irish Gaelic
Fair or white.
Finlay
Scottish Gaelic
The fair warrior.
Finley
Fair haired one.
Finn
Irish Gaelic/Old Norse
Irish Gaelic: The white or fair one. Old Norse: A man from Finland.
Finnegan
Irish Gaelic
Fair.
Fionn
Celtic
white, fair
Firdos
Arabic
Paradise.
Firmin
Latin
Steadfast and firm.
Firth
Old English
Of the woodland.
Fisk
Swedish
fisherman
Fitch
Old French
A lance or spear.
Fitz
Latin
son
Fitzgerald
Old French
The son of Gerald. A spear warrior.
Fitzhugh
Old French
The son of Hugh. Heart and mind.
Fitzjames
Old French
The son of James. The supplanter.
Fitzpatrick
Old French
The son of Patrick. Nobleman.
Fitzroy
Old French
The son of the king.
Fjodor
Russian
Fedor, Fiodor
Flannan
Irish Gaelic
Ruddy, or red-haired.
Flannery
Flat land.
Flavian
Latin
Golden-haired.
Flavius
Latin
Golden-haired.