Best twelve positive nouns or positive personal nouns that start with F are given below
Under the table you also get meaning, examples, and origin time of these words.
|1. Faith||2. Focus|
|3. Freedom||4. Friend|
|5. Fame||6. Finesse|
|7. Foresight||8. Felicity|
|9. Fortitude||10. Fellowship|
|11. Feature||12. Fantasy|
With meaning, examples and origin time-
1. Faith (Noun) (1200–50) Belief, trust, hope, optimism, confidence.
Faith will move mountains.
Love asks faith, and faith asks firmness.
2. Focus (Noun) (1635–45) Center of attention, emphasis, concentration, priority, point.
Focus on small goals instead of big ones.
Our primary focus this term will be on group work.
3. Freedom (Noun) (before 900) Independence, self-rule, individualism, autonomy, liberty.
Doing what you like is freedom, liking what you do is happiness.
Money won’t create success, the freedom to make it will.
4. Friend (Noun) (before 900) Soul mate, bosom buddy, companion, intimate, alter ego.
A life without a friend is a life without a sun.
A friend is best found in adversity.
5. Fame (Noun) (1175–1225) Renown, celebrity, reputation, honor, popularity.
A good fame is better than a good face.
Fame usually comes to those who are thinking about something else.
6. Finesse (Noun) (1400–50) Tactfulness, diplomacy, soft skills, sensitivity, wisdom.
Dario played the sonata with great finesse.
The aldermen could learn to use a little imagination and finesse.
7. Foresight (Noun) (1250–1300) Vision, forward planning, anticipation, precaution, awareness.
Purpose supposes foresight.
Cool foresight and a quick mind enabled him to react swiftly in an emergency.
8. Felicity (Noun) (1350–1400) Happiness, joyfulness, cheerfulness, pleasure, satisfaction.
He expressed himself with great felicity.
The story is told with great felicity of style.
9. Fortitude (Noun) (1350–1400) Courage, bravery, fearlessness, moral strength, backbone, spine.
He is a miracle of fortitude.
He bore the pain with great fortitude.
10. Fellowship (Noun) (1150–1200) Friendship, association, union, club, society, league.
His brother is a member of a youth fellowship.
He received a gold medal from the Artists’ Fellowship in New York.
11. Feature (Noun) (1350–1400) Characteristic, quality, profile, element, property.
Teamwork is a key feature of the training program.
Airbags are a standard feature in most new cars.
12. Fantasy (Noun) (1275–1325) Dream, fancy, romance, wishful thinking, vision.
Love is a fabric that nature wove and fantasy embroidered.
The young man lives in a world of fantasy.