Faunus

Faunus, a god, grandson of Saturn, who figures in the early history of Latium, first as the god of fields and shepherds, and secondly, as an oracular divinity and founder of the native religion, afterwards identified with the Greek Pan.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Fauntleroy, Henry * Faure, François Felix
Fathers of the Church
Fathom
Fathom, Count Ferdinand
Fatima
Fatimides
Faucher, Léon
Fauchet, Abbé
Faucit, Helen
Fauns
Fauntleroy, Henry
Faunus
Faure, François Felix
Faust, Johannes
Faust
Fausta
Faustina, Annia Galeri
Faustina, Annia, Junior
Faustulus
Favart, Charles Simon
Favonius
Favre, Jules Claude Gabriel