Starting with FA
- fabiana imbricata
Starting with FE
- feabane mullet
- feather ball
- feather geranium
- feather palm
- feather reed grass
Starting with FI
Starting with FJ
Starting with FL
- flack catcher
- flacourtia family
- flacourtia indica
- flag captain
- flag officer
- flag smut fungus
Starting with FM
Starting with FN
Starting with FO
- foeniculum dulce
- foeniculum vulgare
- foetid bugbane
- foetid pothos
Starting with FR
- fra filippo lippi
- fragaria ananassa
- fragaria chiloensis
- fragaria vesca
- fragaria virginiana
- fragile fern
- fragrant agrimony
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Starting with FU
- fuchsia coccinea
- fuchsia excorticata
- fugitive from justice
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Nouns that Start with F
There are different kinds of nouns; common nouns and proper nouns. Nouns that start with F for: animals, objects, foods, people and places. It is important to learn and practice new nouns every day. In this article, we will learn nouns that start with F.
Nouns that start with F denoting emotions and feelings
Fervency: feelings of great warmth and intensity.
-The religious fervency in the Vatican is evident.
Fidget: a feeling of agitation expressed in continual motion.
– The football player tends to fidget a lot while he waits for his turn on the field.
Forlornness: sadness resulting from being forsaken or abandoned.
-She was able to handle her forlornness in spite of her husband’s departure.
Fussiness: an irritable petulant feeling.
-Thankfully the baby demonstrated his fussiness at the end of the show.
Frisson: an almost pleasurable sensation of fright.
-A feeling of frisson and anticipation overcame the kids before riding the roller coaster.
Interesting Nouns that start with F
Factotum: a servant employed to do a variety of jobs.
-The pop singer hired a factotum as his personal assistant.
Faerie: the enchanted realm of fairies.
– The little girl loved to listen the same faerie tale every night before bed.
Fairground: an open area for holding fairs or exhibitions or circuses.
– The fairground attractions were a big hit this year; the carousel was the kids’ favorite.
Fakeer: a Muslim or Hindu mendicant monk who is regarded as a holy man.
– The fakeer committed himself to his religion for over 65 years.
Fanion: a small flag used by surveyors or soldiers to mark a position.
– The blue fanions were seen from the air and helped the soldiers to find the survivors.
Nouns that start with F referring to events
Fact: an event known to have happened or something known to have existed.
-It is a well-known fact that his wife supported womens’ rights.
Failure: an event that does not accomplish its intended purpose.
– She consider her fundraiser a failure that didn’t raise enough money for the kids.
Fate: an event (or a course of events) that will inevitably happen in the future.
– The fate of the baby panada’s life is uncertain, he’s in a bad condition.
Fete: an elaborate party (often outdoors).
– The board members prepared a fete on the yacht to welcome the new director.
Nouns that start with F referring to famous people
Faberge: Russian goldsmith noted for creating a series of jeweled and enameled Easter eggs for European royalty (1846-1920).
– Peter Faberge never imagined his jeweled Easter eggs would become so famous and valuable.
Falla: Spanish composer and pianist (1876-1946).
– Spanish composer Manuel Falla was famous for works like “La Vida es Breve”.
Fallopio: Italian anatomist who first described the Fallopian tubes (1523-1562).
– Gabriel Fallopio also contributed to the study of the ear.
Faraday: the English physicist and chemist who discovered electromagnetic induction (1791-1867).
– As a young boy, Faraday spent lots of time reading science books.