Girl Names Starting with Fu-

Fu- names are uncommon as baby girl names. Their usage peaked modestly in 1923 with 0.005% of baby girls being given Fu- names. Within the top 1000 baby names then, there was 1 Fu- name. The names have slipped in popularity since then, and are currently of sporadic use.

purplish red ... has its origins in the English language ... shortening of Fuchsia ...
refuge ... language of origin is Spanish and it is also ... familiar form of Refugio ...
purplish red ... language of origin is English and it is also ... unusual as a baby name for girls ...
one who is stubborn, resembling ... derived from English-American origins ... not listed in the top 1000 names ...
one who is stubborn, resembling ... derived from English-American origins ... derivative of Fudge ...
one who is stubborn, resembling ... of English-American origin ... variant form of Fudge ...
one who is stubborn, resembling ... has its origins in the English-American ... variant form of Fudge ...
one who is stubborn, resembling ... has its origins in the English-American ... variation of Fudge ...
one who is stubborn, resembling ... origin is English-American ... variant of Fudge ...
one who is stubborn, resembling ... has its origins in the English-American ... variant of Fudge ...
holy fount ... mainly used in Spanish and it is of ... not popular as a baby girl name ...
holy fount ... has its origins in the Latin language ... variant transcription of Fuensanta ...
holy fount ... language of origin is Latin ... variation of Fuensanta ... not widely used as a baby name for ...
holy fount ... origin is Latin ... derivative of Fuensanta ... not widely used as a baby name for ...
holy fount ... has its origins in the Latin ... form of Fuensanta ... rarely used as a baby name for ...
holy fount ... of Latin origin ... variation of Fuensanta ... rarely used as a baby name for girls ...
wealthy intention ... used chiefly in the Japanese language and ... not frequently used as a baby girl name ...
wisteria branch ... origin and use are both in the Japanese ... uncommon as a baby name for girls ...
wisteria child ... origin, as well as its use, is in the Japanese ... seldom used as a baby name for girls ...
she completes the family ... of African origin ... used mainly in the African and Swahili ...
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