Faith is an English name. This virtue name is ultimately derived from the Latin word fidere, which means "to trust." The name was first used by the Puritans during the 17th century. In modern times, many parents use the name in reference to their religious faith. Faith has remained steady in popularity and is still frequently given to many baby girls in the United States, England and Canada.
Similar Names: Faithe, Faythe
Famous Faith Names: Faith Hill (singer), Faith Evans (singer)