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After some researches, I found out that "Fran" comes from the Teutonic and the meaning is "Free", although Francine is a French/English name, but the meaning is the same.
-- francine  1/11/2005
This is the name of Francine Frensky on the popular TV show "Arthur".
-- AndrewJKD  4/20/2005
Fran Drescher, from the popular sitcom "The Nanny" is called, in the show and in real life, Francine Joy Drescher.
-- frangg23  11/19/2005
Francine Pascal created the world-renowned American book series Sweet Valley.
-- Anonymous User  12/24/2005
Francine Rivers is an outstanding author who wrote the book "Redeeming Love;" everyone should read this book.
-- Anonymous User  3/18/2006
Francine is not a very used name in Portuguese, but its pronunciation in this language is frahn-SEE-ne.
-- francine  9/26/2006
I'm going to give this name to my daughter because it sounds so sophisticated and isn't being overused. This name also is flexible because it can be shortened to Fran. Most people in my families, including myself, have sophisticated or/and rare names so I gotta pass it on!
-- alexa7289  1/20/2009
Francine Hughes, the woman who set a fire that killed her extremely abusive husband, and was exonerated. A feminist heroine to some.
-- queenv  4/16/2009
This name is sweet and spunky.
-- Alora  1/9/2010
This is a nice name, I can picture a cute little girl with it, but one of the characters on the children's TV program 'Arthur' is named Francine, so I would never name my daughter Francine. Also, I feel like it would be more accepted if you were European.
-- dancindiva03  5/4/2010
Francine Joy "Fran" Drescher is an American actress.
-- Anonymous User  12/12/2011
Classy and underused, Francine manages to be both strong and elegant. It works easily in English-speaking countries whilst retaining the whiff of the European. An unusual alternative to Frances, Francesca or Fran├žoise, it travels well: the late Princess Francine of Montenegro was born in Morocco.
-- Anonymous User  6/1/2012
Francine Pascal is an American author.
-- Anonymous User  8/17/2013

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