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Fabian
Language of origin: Latin
Gender: male
Info about origin: from the Roman family name 'Fabianus' which derives from the given name 'Fabius'
Words: faba=the bean (Latin)
Variants: Fabian  German, English, Dutch, Polish   (#316 in US popularity)
 Fabiano  Italian
 Fabien  French
 3 variants more...

Felix
Language of origin: Latin
Gender: male
Meaning/translation: the lucky, the successful
Info about origin: from a Roman cognomen that was used in the sense of a wish
 until now there were 5 popes with this name
Words: felix=lucky (Latin)
Female form: Felizia
Variants: Felix  German, English, Romanian   (#338 in US popularity)
 Felice  Italian
 Feliciano  Italian, Spanish, Portuguese
 Félicien  French
 Félix  French
 5 variants more...

Ferdinand
Language of origin: Gothic
Gender: male
Meaning/translation: bold protector (?)
Info about origin: the Visigoth brougth this name to Spain where it became popular and the name of several rulers
 the rulers of the house Habsburg made the name popular e.g. in Germany
Words: frith=the protection, the safety (Gothic) ; nanth=the boldness (Gothic)
Female form: Fernanda
Variants: Ferdinand  German
 Ferdinando  Italian
 Fernand  French
 Fernando  Italian, Spanish   (#160 in US popularity)
 Hernan  Spanish   (#819 in US popularity)
 6 variants more...

Fidel
Language of origin: Latin
Gender: male
Meaning/translation: the faithful
Words: fidelis=faithful (Latin)
Variants: Fidel  German, Spanish   (#845 in US popularity)
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Floyd
Language of origin: Celtic
Gender: male
Meaning/translation: grey; gray-haired
Info about origin: from a Welsh family name 'Lloyd' derived from the word 'llwyd' (grey)
 maybe originally a nickname for gray-haired persons
Words: llwyd=grey (Celtic)
Variants: Floyd  English   (#798 in US popularity)
 Lloyd  English   (#648 in US popularity)

Forrest
Language of origin: Old French
Gender: male
Meaning/translation: forest
Info about origin: from an Old French family name originally denoting someone living near a forest
Words: forest=the forest (Old French)
Variants: Forrest  English   (#354 in US popularity)
 Forest  English   (#877 in US popularity)

Francis
Language of origin: Italian
Gender: male
Meaning/translation: little Frenchman
Info about origin: originally a nickname 'Francesco' ('little frenchman') for Giovanni Bernardone, known as Saint Francis of Assisi
Words: francesco=the little frenchman (Italian)
Female form: Franziska
Variants: Francis  English   (#353 in US popularity)
 Franciscus  German, Latinized
 Franz  German
 Franziskus  German, Latinized
 Francesco  Italian   (#987 in US popularity)
 Francisco  Spanish, Portuguese   (#123 in US popularity)
 François  French
 Paco  Spanish
 Pancho  Spanish
 6 variants more...

Frank
Language of origin: Old High German
Gender: male
Meaning/translation: of the Franks
Info about origin: the name of the tribe possibly derives from 'frank', an old Germanic word meaning 'free', also the root of English 'frank'
 also possible is that the Franks got their name from their characteristic weapon, the 'Francisca' (Latin 'securis francisca'), a kind of throwing ax
Words: franko=the Frank (Old High German) ; frank=free (Germanic)
Variants: Frank  German, English   (#152 in US popularity)
 Franko  German
 Franco  Italian
 Frankie  English   (#540 in US popularity)
 Franklin  English   (#354 in US popularity)
 2 variants more...

Frederick
Language of origin: Old High German
Gender: male
Info about origin: old Germanic two-element name
 name of various rulers, e.g. of Prussia and Germany
Words: fridu=the peace, the protection, the safety (Old High German) ; rihhi=rich, powerful, the power, the ruler (Old High German)
Variants: Frederick  English   (#315 in US popularity)
 Fredy  German   (#903 in US popularity)
 Fridolin  German
 Frieder  German
 Friederich  German
 Friedrich  German
 Fritz  German
 Federico  Italian, Spanish
 Federigo  Spanish
 Fred  English   (#617 in US popularity)
 Freddie  English   (#610 in US popularity)
 Freddy  English   (#545 in US popularity)
 Frederic  English
 Frederico  Portuguese
 Fredrick  English   (#527 in US popularity)
 Frédéric  French
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