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Italian first names beginning with the letter F
Italian EtymologyEnglish
Fabiano Derived from Latin; Fabius. Name of a Roman people of uncertain etymology.N/A
Fabio Italian form of Fabius, name of a Roman class, derived possibly from the name of one of Hercules' sons. N/A
Fabiola Feminine variation of Fabio with the same meaning. N/A
Fabriziano Variation of Fabrizio, from the Latin "Fabricius"; he who builds. N/A
Fabrizio Derived from the Latin "Fabricius", extracted from the noun "Faber"; builder, smith. N/A
Facino From the Latin, abbreviated form of Bonifacio; doer of good. N/A
Facondo Derived from the Latin "Facundus"; eloquent. N/A
Faina Name of Greek origin, latinized as "Fainus"; pine marten. N/A
Falco Derived from the ancient German, name commonly used in the Middle Ages; nobility, bravery, intelligence. N/A
Famiano From the Latin, he who has acquired fame. N/A
Fandila Derived from the Greek, latinized as "Phandilas"; priest. N/A
Fantino Derived form the Latin; jockey. N/A
Fara From the Hebrew, latinized as "Phara"; bears abundant fruit. N/A
Farnacio Name of ethnic origin, from Farnacia, name of a city in Asia Minor. N/A
Farone From the Hebrew; very fertile. N/A
Fatima Derived from the Arabic "FÔtimat", Mohammed's daughter; teacher of children. N/A
Fausta Feminine form of the Latin name Faustus; favorable, benevolent. N/A
Faustiniano Derived from the Latin with the same meaning as Fausto. N/A
Faustino Diminutive of Fausto; favorable. N/A
Fausto Derived from the Latin "Faustus"; favorable, lucky. N/A
Favorino Derived from the Latin "Favorinus"; liked, well accepted. N/A
Fazio Truncated form of "Bonifacio"; of good deeds, lucky. N/A
Faziolo Diminutive of Fazio; little benefactor. N/A
Febe Feminine name derived from the Greek "Phoibos", epiteth of the sun; luminous, brilliant. N/A
Febo Derived from the Greek "Phoibos", latinized as "Phoebus", bright, shining. N/A
Febronia Derived from the masculine Latin name "Febr˛nius"; feverish. N/A
Fede Ancient name given to the daughters of the first christians in honor of on of the virtues; faith. N/A
Fedele Derived from the Latin "FIdelis"; adheres to the faith. N/A
Federico Derived from ancient German "frid" and "rik"; powerful peacemaker. N/A
Fedora Feminine form of the Russian "Feodor", name that corresponds to the Greek "Theodoros" and to the Italian "Teodora", variation of Dorotea; gift from God. N/A
Fedro From the Greek, latinized as "Fedrus", content, happy. N/A
Fele Common variation of Fedele; adheres to the faith. N/A
Felice Derived from "Felicem", from the Latin "felix"; content, happy. N/A
Felicia Feminine form of Felice; happy. N/A
Feliciano Variation of Felice with the same meaning. N/A
Felicissima Feminine variation of Felice with the same meaning. N/A
Felicissimo Superlative form of Felice with the same meaning; very happy. N/A
Felicita Feminine variation of Felice with the same meaning. N/A
Felicola Derived from the Latin "Felicula" or "Filicula", name of the Polypodium plant; sweet. N/A
Felmasio Derived from the Celtic; brings happiness to the home. N/A
Ferdinando Derived from the Goth "Frithunanths"; brave peacemaker. Ferdinand
Fereolo Derived from the Celtic; fast horseman, swift knight. N/A
Fergal Celtic name corresponding to the Latin "Virgil"; luxurious, prosperous. N/A
Fermiano From the Latin; belonging to Fermo. N/A
Fermo Derived from the Latin "firmus"; persevering, steadfast. N/A
Fernando Derived from the Goth "Frithunanths"; brave peacemaker. N/A
Ferreolo Variation of Fereolo; swift horseman. N/A
Ferruccio From the Latin "ferrum"; iron. Name commonly used in the Middle Ages. N/A
Ferruzio From the Latin "Ferrutius", derived from "ferrum"; iron. N/A
Ferruzione Variation of Ferruzio with the same meaning. N/A
Festo From the Latin "festus"; festive. N/A
Fiacro Derived from the Celtic "Fjakr"; pious, praying. N/A
Fiammetta Derived from Latin; small flame. N/A
Fibizio Derived from Latin; he who sews, tailor. N/A
Fidalma Derived from Latin; faithful soul. Found also as Feidelma and Fidelina. N/A
Fidelio Variation of Fedele with the same meaning. N/A
Fidenziano Variation of Fidenzio with the same meaning. N/A
Fidenzio Derived from the Latin "Fidentius"; ardently faithful N/A
Fidolo From Greek, latinized as "Phidias"; friend. N/A
Filadelfo Derived from Greek; he who loves his brother or neighbor. N/A
Filagrio Name of Latin origin; he who loves the fields. N/A
Filappiano From Greek, latinized as "Philappianus"; follower of the Appians or of the Roman people called Claudians. N/A
Filarete From the Latin with the meaning of; fisherman. N/A
Filastrio Name of Greek origin with unknown etymology. N/A
Filea From Greek, latinized as "Phileas"; friend. N/A
Filemone Derived from the Greek "Philena"; kiss N/A
Fileto From Greek, latinized as "Philetas"; likeable. N/A
Filiberto Derived from German; very illustrious N/A
Filigonio From the Greek; loves angles. N/A
Filippa Feminine form of the name "Filippo"; loves horses. N/A
Filippina Diminutive of Filippa with the same meaning. N/A
Filippo Derived from the Greek "Phýlippos"; loves horses. N/A
Filo Derived from the Greek "philos"; friend. N/A
Filologo From Greek, latinized as "Philologus"; lover of letters. N/A
Filomena Feminine name derived from Greek; loves to sing. N/A
Filomeno Masculine form of Filomena with the same meaning. N/A
Filone From Greek; friend, lover. N/A
Filoromo From Greek, latinized as "Philoromus"; loves Rome or Romans. N/A
Filosofo Derived from Greek; thinker, philosopher. N/A
Filoteo Derived from the Greek "Philotheos"; loves God. N/A
Filotero From Greek, latinized as "Philoterus"; harvester. N/A
Fina Abbreviation of Serafina, derived from the Hebrew "Serafim"; resembling an angel, angelic. N/A
Finniano Italian interpretation of the Irish name "Finnian". Name of ethnic origin; comes from a place near the river Finn. N/A
Fintano From Gaelic, latinized as "Phintanus", like Finniano; comes from a place near the Finn, a river in Ireland. N/A
Fiore From the Latin; flower. N/A
Fiorentina Feminine form of the ancient name "Florentia", derived from the Latin "Florens"; flourishing, flowering. N/A
Fiorentino Derived from the Latin "Florens"; flourishing, flowering. N/A
Fiorenza Derived from the Latin "Florens"; flourishing, flowering. N/A
Fiorenziano Variation of Fiorenzo with the same meaning. N/A
Fiorenzio Variation of Fiorenzo with the same meaning. N/A
Fiorenzo Derived from the Latin "Florens"; flourishing, flowering. N/A
Fiorina Diminutive feminine form of the name Fiore; flower. N/A
Firmato Derived from the Latin "Firmatus"; solid, hard. N/A
Firmina Name of a Roman people; unyielding, steadfast. N/A
Firmino Derived from the Latin "Firmus", name given to a Roman people; unyielding, steadfast. N/A
Flaminia Derived from the Latin "Flamen"; veil. N/A
Flavia Derived from the Latin "Flavus"; blond, golden. N/A
Flaviana Variation of Flavia with the same meaning. N/A
Flaviano Derived from the Latin "Flavus", name of a Roman people; has blond hair. N/A
Flavio Derived from the Latin "Flavus"; has blond hair. N/A
Flocello Derived from Celtic; small floewr. N/A
Flora Derived from the Latin, epiteth of the goddess of spring; flower. N/A
Floriana Variation of the name Flora with the same meaning. N/A
Floriano Derived from the Latin "Florianius", name given in honor of the deity of the flowers. N/A
Floriberto Combination of two words, of Frankish origin; noble flower. N/A
Florida Name of provincial origin; flowering. N/A
Florina Diminutive form of Flora with the same meaning. N/A
Florinda Truncated form of "Florasinda", name of Teutonic origin, similar to Flora. N/A
Florindo Variation of Floro, ancient Latin name given to those born in the spring, in honor of the deity of the flowers. N/A
Floro Ancient name of Roman origin, given to those born in the spring, in honor of the deity of the flowers. N/A
Foca Ancient name of Greek origin of unknown etymology. N/A
Folco Derived from the ancient German "Folker", latinized as "Folcus"; fighter for the people. N/A
Foreseo From Latin; impetuous. N/A
Formoso Derived from the Latin "Formosus"; beautiful. N/A
Forte Name of Latin origin; strong. N/A
Fortunata Feminine form of Fortunato; favored by fortune, lucky. N/A
Fortunato Derived from the Latin adjective "fortunatus"; he who has gool luck. N/A
Fortunione Variation of Fortunato with the same meaning. N/A
Fosca Feminine form of the Latin "Fuscus"; dark, mulatto. N/A
Fosco Derived from the Latin "Fuscus"; dark, mulatto. N/A
Fotilde Greek name of ethnic origin, latinized as "Photides"; originally from Potidea, ancient city in Macedonia. N/A
Fotina From the Greek, latinized as "Photinus"; luminous. N/A
Fotino Masculine form of Fotina with the same meaning. N/A
Fozio From the Greek, latinized as "Photius"; preferred. N/A
Fraimbaudo Derived from ancient High German; brave, free. N/A
Franca Feminine name, derived from the ancient German adjective "Franch"; free. N/A
Francesca Feminine form of Francesco, from the Latin "Franciscus"; free. N/A
Franceschino Diminutive of Francesco with the same meaning. N/A
Francesco Derived from the ancient German "Franch"; free. Francis
Fredegondo Derived from the German "Fridegunde", combined form of "frid" and "gunt"; fights for peace. N/A
Fredesvinda Derived from ancient High German, latinized as "Fridesvinda"; powerful peacemaker. N/A
Frediana Feminine name of Celtic origin; very white. N/A
Frediano Derived from the Celtic "Findbarr"; very white. N/A
Frido Truncated form of the Celtic name "Ceolgrido"; he who has found peace. N/A
Fridolino Diminutive of Frido with the same meaning. N/A
Frine Derived from the Greek "Phry-n˛"; dark, mysterious. N/A
Friso From archaic French; ornament. N/A
Frodoino Derived from Celtic, hidden, covered. N/A
Froilano From Greek, latinized as "Phroilanus". Name of uncertain etymology. N/A
Frontiniano Derived from the Greek "Phrontis"; thinker. N/A
Frontone Derived from the Latin "Fronto"; great mind. N/A
Frumenzio From the Latin "Frumentius", derived from "fruor"; enjoyable. N/A
Frutto Derived from the Latin "fructus"; fruit. N/A
Fruttolo Derived from the Latin "fructulus"; small fruit. N/A
Fruttuosa Feminine form of Fruttuoso; fertile, bears much fruit. N/A
Fruttuoso Derived from the Latin "Fructosus"; fertile, bears much fruit.. N/A
Fulberto Variation of Filiberto, name of German origin; splendid. N/A
Fulgenzio From the Latin "FulgŔntius", derived from "f¨lgens"; luminous, bright. N/A
Fulrado From ancient French; illustrious advisor. N/A
Fulvia Feminine name derived from the Latin adjective "fulvus"; blond, yellow. N/A
Fulviano Derived fro Latin; blondish. N/A
Fulvio Derived from the Latin adjective "fulvus"; blond, yellow. N/A
Fureseo Italian variation of the Gaelic "Fursy", latinized as "Furseus". Name of unknown etymology. N/A
Furio From Latin, name of a people from Tusculum, locality in the Lazio region in Italy; to stir up, enliven. N/A
Furseo From the Latin "Furseus". Name of unknown etymology. N/A
Fusciano Derived from Celtic, he who makes noise.N/A

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