So you have found the perfect first name, and now you want the ideal option to complement it. Here’s a list of great middle names that start with the letter F.

Middle Names That Start With F

  • Fable Fable, which means “fairy tale or story”, is a good choice for parents that want their baby to be a creative person.
  • Fai Fai, which means “growth” or “beginning”, is a cute middle name for a firstborn child to symbolize the new adventure that is just beginning.
  • Falcon Falcon, which refers to the bird of prey, is a dynamic and powerful choice for parents looking for an animal middle name.
  • FallonFallon, which means “leader”, is an excellent choice for parents that hope that their baby will be a natural born leader.
  • Farid Farid, which means “unique”, is a name that is popular with worldly parents that are well traveled. The feminine version of the name is spelled Farida.
  • Faulkner Faulkner, which means “person who trains falcons”, is a popular name for writers and readers who enjoy the works of William Faulkner.
  • Fawkes Fawkes, which means “valley” or “falcon”, is best known as being the name of the phoenix in the Harry Potter series or for British revolutionary Guy Fawkes.
  • February February, which means “to cleanse”, is often given to babies that are born in the month of February.
  • Fenix Fenix, which means “firebird”, is the phonetic spelling of the name Phoenix and the perfect name to pair with a first name like Ryder or Carson.
  • FernFern, which is the name of a plant, is a peaceful, nature-based name that pairs well with classic first names like Annabelle and Oliver.
  • Ferris Ferris, meaning “rock, man of iron”, is an Irish name that pairs well with single syllable names like Sean or Anne.
  • Finch Finch, meaning “to take or swindle” or “bird”, is a unique alternative choice to other bird names like Lark, Wren, or Dove.
  • FinleyFinley, which means “fair haired hero”, is a good choice for parents that are hoping their baby will grow up to be a hero.
  • FinnFinn, which means “white” or “fair”, is a good choice for parents who are fans of the classic “Huckleberry Finn”.
  • Fion Fion, which means “foxglove”, is a Welsh name that is unrelated to Irish names Finn and Fiona but serves as a good alternative to these more common names.
  • Flannery Flannery, which means “descendent of red valor”, is a good choice for parents that are fans of American novelist Flannery O’Connor.
  • Fletcher Fletcher, which means “arrow maker’, is a good choice that manages to be unique without being too out there.
  • Flynn Flynn, which means “son of the red haired one”, is a fun choice for fans of Disney’s “Rapunzel” and the heroic Flynn Ryder.
  • ForestForest, which means “woods, forest”, is an attractive nature-based name that is a go to choice for outdoorsy parents.
  • Fox Fox, which means “fox”, is a great nature based middle name that evokes feelings of cleverness, wit, and intelligence.
  • FranFran, which means “little man or woman”, is a unisex name but more common as a feminine name.
  • FrancisFrancis, which means “free man” or “Frenchman”, is the name of several saints and so is a good choice for religious parents. It is sometimes spelled Frances as a feminine name.
  • FrankFrank, which means “of the Franks tribe”, is a classic name that tends to run in families for generations. A variant version is Frankie, which is often given to girls as well as boys.
  • FreddyFreddy, which means “peaceful”, is a popular unisex middle name that is great for parents hoping for a peaceful, good tempered baby.
  • Frey Frey, which means “lord”, is a Norse name that might be a good choice for fans of Game of Thrones.

Boy Middle Names That Start With F

  • FabianFabian, which means “bean”, is a unique middle name that pairs well with traditional first names like Christopher.
  • Fafnir Fafnir, which means “embracer”, is a name from Norse mythology for a warrior from the Volsunga saga and is a good choice for parents interested in vikings.
  • Faolan Faeloan, which means “little wolf”, is a good choice for parents that are dog lovers and looking for an uncommon name.
  • Faramir Faramir, which means “jewel” or “precious thing”, is the name of a major character from J. R. R. Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings series.
  • Farley Farley, which means “fern clearing”, is a popular choice for parents who are fans of the late comedian and actor Chris Farley.
  • Faron Faron, which means “handsome servant” or “journey”, is a good name to pair with three syllable first names like Oliver and Annabelle.
  • Faust Faust, which means “fortunate, lucky, or to favor”, is a name that would appeal to parents who love theatre due to to Goethe’s “Faust”.
  • Felipe Felipe, which means “horse lover”, is a great middle name for a baby born to a family of equestrians.
  • FelixFelix, which means “lucky”, is a great name for any parents that are hoping to give their baby boy some good fortune.
  • Fenrir Fenrir, which means “fen-dweller”, is the name of a giant wolf from Norse mythology that is destined to help bring about Ragnarok.
  • Feodor Feodor, which means “God’s gift”, is the Russian form of the name Theodore and is a good choice for parents of Eastern European descent.
  • Fergus Fergus, which means “man of vigor”, is a Scottish name that lends strength and weight to any baby boy’s name.
  • Filbert Filbert, which means “much brightness”, is a name that lends positivity and happiness to any baby name.
  • Finneas Finneas, which means “oracle”, is a variant spelling of the more traditional Phineas and is a good choice to help modernize a vintage first name.
  • FinneganFinnegan, which means “fair”, is an Irish name that will pair best with first names that have one or two syllables.
  • Finnick Finnick, which means “marshland farm”, is an Anglo-Saxon name that became popular because of the Hunger Games series.
  • Fintan Fintan, which means “white bull or white fire”, is a good choice for parents that are looking for a name of mythic origin.
  • Fisher Fisher, which means “fisherman”, is a popular choice for parents that are outdoorsy and enjoy fishing and boating.
  • Fitz Fitz, which means “son of”, is a concise, single syllable middle name that pairs well with longer first names.
  • FitzgeraldFitzgerald, which means “son of Gerald”, is a name that brings to mind celebrities like famous singer Ella Fitzgerald and professional athlete Fitzgerald Touissant.
  • FlintFlint, which means “the stone flint”, is a rock solid choice as a middle name for first names like Jonathan and Oliver.
  • FloydFloyd, which means “grey”, may not be as popular as a first name as it was a few decades ago but it has a nice vintage ring as a middle name.
  • Foster Foster, which means “saddle maker”, is a good middle name that pairs with short first names like Noah and Luke.
  • FranklinFranklin, which means “free man” or “landowner”, is a classic baby name that pairs well with two syllable names like “Matthew”.
  • Frasier Frasier, meaning “strawberry”, is a sweet middle name that’s a departure from other boy’s names that are related to war and fighting.
  • Frederick Frederick, which means “peaceful ruler”, is a strong, traditional middle name that has been borne by many royalty over the centuries.

Girl Middle Names That Start With F

  • Fairy Fairy, which means “fae or other”, is an adorable middle name for a little girl to help her believe in magic.
  • FaithFaith, which means “trust, belief”, is a popular virtue name that isn’t just limited to devout parents.
  • Fancy Fancy, which means “ornamental” or “love”, is a good choice for parents who are music fans thanks to the song “Fancy” by Reba McIntyre.
  • FannieFannie, which means “free woman”, is a vintage name that lends a sense of history and class to any baby’s name.
  • FarrahFarrah, which means “happiness”, is an Arabic name that was popularized by the beautiful Charlie’s Angel Farrah Fawcett.
  • Faryl Faryl, which means “one who inspires others”, is a good choice for parents who hope for their child to grow up to be an inspirational leader.
  • FatimaFatima, which means “captivating” or “a woman who abstains”, is an Arabic name that may be a good choice for worldly or multicultural parents.
  • Fauna Fauna, which means “to befriend”, is a Roman goddess of healing and could be a good choice for parents hoping their daughter might go into medicine.
  • FawnFawn, which means “young deer”, is a vintage girl’s name that pairs well with posh first names like Olivia and Amelia.
  • FayeFaye, which means “fairy” or “other”, is a spirited and creative name for a little girl that is bringing a little magic into her parents’ lives. It is also spelled Fae.
  • FelicityFelicity, which means “good fortune, happy”, is a sunny name that will give a positive spin to any first name.
  • Fergie Fergie, which means “woman of vigor”, is a cute diminutive name that pairs well with three or four syllable names.
  • Fiadh Fiadh, which means “wilderness, deer, or respect”, is pronounced “FYEE-uh” and is definitely a unique and interesting middle name choice.
  • Fifi Fifi, which means “Jehovah increases”, is the diminutive of the French name Josephine but has been the given name of many famous actresses and models.
  • Fina Fina, which means “fiery ones”, is the nickname of the name Serafina and is an angelic choice for any baby girl.
  • Fiona Fiona, which means “white or fair”, is a good choice for parents that are fans of the animated Shrek series.
  • Fleur Fleur, which means “flower”, is a French name that sounds best when paired with names ending in a consonant such as Helene or Josephine.
  • FloraFlora, which means “flower”, is a unique alternative to more common floral middle names like Rose, Violet, and Daisy.
  • Forsythia Forsythia, meaning “Forsyth's flower”, is one of the flower names that were popular among the Victorians and pairs well with other vintage names.
  • Fortuna Fortuna, which means “good fortune”, is the Roman goddess of luck and a good choice for parents who want their little girl to be lucky.
  • Francine Francine, which means “free woman” or “Frenchwoman”, is a classic middle name for parents looking for a refined and traditional name.
  • FreyaFreya, which means “lady”, is the Norse goddess of love and beauty, two traits that any parents would be happy for their daughter to have.
  • FridaFrida, which means “peace”, is a good choice for artists and art lovers in honor of painter Frida Kahlo.
  • Furiousa Furiousa, which means “full of rage”, might be a bit intense for most parents but fans of the Mad Max series might choose this middle name.
  • Fuchsia Fuchsia, which refers to both the flower and the color, is the colorful middle name that musician Sting chose for his daughter.