Fabia - Origin: Latin. Meaning: Bean Farmer. Variant form: Fabienne.
Fabriana - Origin: Italian. Meaning: Craftswoman, maker. Variant form: Fabrizia.
Faedra - Origin: Greek. Meaning: Is an alternative spelling of Phaedra, the wife of Theseus in Greek mythology.
Faelynn - Origin: Celtic. Meaning: Fairy of the Lake.
Fahima - Origin: Arabic. Meaning: Understanding, educated.
Faigel - Origin: Yiddish. Meaning: Bird. Variant form: Faiga.
Faiqa - Origin: Arabic. Meaning: Excellent, Superior.
Fairuza - Origin: Turkish. Meaning: Turquoise.
Faiza - Origin: Arabic. Meaning: Successful, victorious. Variant forms: Faaiza, Faizah.
Faith - Origin: English. Meaning: Believing, faithful.
Fala - Origin: Native American. Meaning: Crow.
Fara - Origin: English. Meaning: Traveller.
Farah - Origin: Arabic, Persian. Meaning: Happiness, Glory. Variant forms: Farrah, Ferrah, Faria.
Fareena - Origin: Persian. Meaning: Kind, charming.
Farhana - Origin: Arabic. Meaning: Happy, cheerful.
Faridah - Origin: Arabic. Meaning: Unique, matchless. Variant form: Farida.
Farin - Origin: English. Meaning: Adventurous.
Fatima - Origin: Arabic. Meaning: Captivating.
Faun - Origin: English. Meaning: Young deer. Variant forms: Fawn, Fawne.
Faye - Origin: English. Meaning: Confidence, trust, loyalty. Variant forms: Fae, Fay.
Federica - Origin: German. Meaning: Peaceful ruler. Variants form: Frederica, Frieda.
Fedora - Origin: Greek, Russian. Meaning: God's gift.
Felicia - Origin: Latin. Meaning: Happiness. Variant forms: Felicity, Feliciana.
Fern - Origin: English. Meaning: Green plant. Variant form: Fearne.
Fernanda - Origin: Portugese, Spanish, Italian. Meaning: Bold voyager.
Fifi - Origin: Spanish, French. Meaning: Jehovah increases.
Filipa - Origin: Slavic. Meaning: Friend of horses.
Fiona - Origin: Gaelic. Meaning: White, fair.
Fiore - Origin: Italian. Meaning: Flower. Variant forms: Fiora, Fiorella.
Flavia - Origin: Latin. Meaning: Golden, blonde.
Flora - Origin: Latin. Meaning: Flower.
Florence - Origin: English. Meaning: flourishing, blossoming. Variant forms: Florencia, Florentine, Florentia.
Francesa - Origin: Italian. Meaning From France, or free one. Variant forms: Frances, Francine, Frankie (Latin).
Freya - Origin: Scandinavian. Meaning: Lady. Variant forms: Freja, Frejya.
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