15 Baby Names Beginning With "F" That Are Fabulous

If you plan on having more than one child, it's not so uncommon to want to give them all first names that begin with the same letter. When I was in middle school, there were many siblings whose names had the same first letters and even were similar in spelling. One set of siblings I remember were Fabien and Fabiana. Their names were so similar, that it was easy to tell they were related. If you're like Fabien and Fabiana's parents and want to stick with the letter "F," there are many baby names beginning with "F," would be perfect to choose from.

Until you have to think about it, you never really realize how many great names there are that begin with the letter "F." From Frederick and Fraizer to Faye and Fiona, there are so many names that you can name your baby that are fabulous. Though I've never considered using the letter "F" as a start to my future bundle of joy's name, there are plenty of people who would love to.

If you're currently expecting, or just want to get a head start on what you could possibly name your future son or daughter, try considering these following "F" names as possibilities.



Though I've never really personally known someone by the name of Faith, I remember falling in love with the name when Eliza Dushku played the character on Buffy the Vampire Slayer. The Latin based word, which means, "confidence, trust, or belief," is adorable your little baby girl.



Used as both a surname and a first name, the name Flynn has an Irish meaning of "son of a red-haired man."



Coming from an Irish background, the gender-neutral name Finley translates into "fair-haired hero." Lisa Marie Presley, daughter of the late Elvis Presley, even named one of her twins Finley, according to People.



Made popular with the 1986 movie Ferris Bueller's Day Off, the Celtic baby name means "rock."



The beautiful baby girl name Fatima is an Arabic name that means "captivating," and is mentioned in the Koran as the Prophet Muhammad's daughter.



The name Fletcher is from the Scottish language and means "marker of arrows." Though it can be first name for boys, it is also known as the last name the current Bachelorette, JoJo.



Deriving from the Latin language, the name Felicity means "good fortune" or "happy" and was also the name of a popular '90s show starring Keri Russell.



My grandfather was the first person to make me fall in love with the name Forest, but it was the movie Forrest Gump that proved it was used more commonly than I assumed. Coming from the French language, Forest means "woodsman or woods."



Fern is a baby girl's name and means, "a green plant that loves shade." How cute would it be to have your daughter Fern be a little gardener?



Noted as the German spelling of the English surname, Fischer has a meaning of "fisherman" and can also be used as a first name for a baby boy.



A name with Irish roots, Faylinn means "a graceful woman." What better way to prove your gracefulness than to say that's what your name means?



The name Forrester, which is similar to Forest, is a French baby name that means "woods, forest."



Although I haven't heard the name Faine much, it's English meaning of "joyful" makes it a prime pick for a little girl.



Thanks to BET's 106 and Park back in the early 2000s, I was introduced to the name Free as a female name due to one of their original hosts. That same host even went on to collaborate with Queen Bey in the song "Fighting Temptation." According to the Merriam-Webster dictionary, the word free means "not physically held by something."



An English derived name, Forde means "a shallow place used to cross a river or stream." Although it's usually used as a surname, it works well as a first name for a boy as well.