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I think it would be cruel to call a girl Frankie.
-- Anonymous User  7/12/2005
I think that it would be wonderful to call a girl Frankie. What a beautiful name for a girl! I can not think of a more beautiful name for a girl.
-- Anonymous User  7/30/2005
Latin: From France, free one; feminine form of Francis.
-- Anonymous User  7/30/2005
There's a little girl I know named Frankie, but my friend calls her "Franklin!" I think Franklin can be a girl's name if you spell it FRANK-L-Y-N-N-E.
-- Anonymous User  9/14/2005
Yeah, it could be possible to name a girl Franklynne, but I think it would be pretty to spell it Franqueline. :D
-- Tbird  9/22/2005
I think that this is a perfect name if you wanted the Frank name to run in your family. My Grandad (Frank) and I were very close. He died 10 years ago and I think this name would be such a lovely name to include when/if I have a daughter. This will keep the name of my grandad going and it isn't an old fashioned name.
-- Charlie3  11/2/2005
My husband's name is Frankey and I think it's a strong and respectable name, although when you think of Frankey you probably think old old man but not me, I think young sexy marine who kicks butt, I think of my husband. He is a third generation Frank so he has that going for him too.
-- ashmasynfrank  1/12/2006
What a name! I'm from India, and there 'Frankie' means a mixture of vegetables and spices stuffed in a chapati (pancake).
-- bean  6/15/2006
Frankie Wilde was a famous deaf DJ, which he recorded the best tracks. :)
-- Maggie_Simpson  7/26/2006
I love the name Frankie for a girl - when I think Frankie, I think a strong, independent, smart, but beautiful tomboy. Although if I had a daughter, I would probably use Francine, with the option of Frankie as a nickname, because the tomboy connotation might clash with a girly-girl.
-- Anonymous User  8/27/2007
This name is a nice nickname for Francesa. But ONLY a nickname, but not a real name.
-- jasmineenimsaj  2/14/2008
I hate this nickname on girls. They should go by Fran, Franny, or Francie, not this boyish nickname. The nickname is too immature for guys past the age of 15, so Frank is much better.
-- slight night shiver  5/25/2008
This name belongs to Frankie Foster, a character from the TV show, Foster's Home For Imaginary Friends, which airs on Cartoon Network.
-- TaylorPlz  6/17/2008
I am a girl, and Frankie is my name. No, it's not my nickname. (Almost everyone asks me if it is. XD) It's my real name and I'm very proud of having it as my name. I think it's rather unique for a girl, you know? :3
-- Phailure123  11/4/2008
A famous bearer of this name is the actor Frankie Muniz.
-- LittleMissWeekender  2/19/2009
Frankie Jonas! (full name Franklin Nathaniel Jonas) He's the youngest brother of the famous Jonas family, often referred to as "The Bonus Jonas." Gotta love Frankie!
-- meggsxx3  4/20/2009
Frankie Valli (born Francesco Stephen Castellucio) is an American musician, most famous as frontman of The Four Seasons.
-- little_sootball  7/9/2009
I just love this name. Great for a boy or girl. Totally, do not agree with bean from India.
-- Anonymous User  8/16/2009
I've never really liked this name to begin with, and I just cannot imagine it on a girl; unless she's a tomboy, it sounds too rough, too masculine. As a nickname, fine, but a given name it's just very butch.

What's wrong with Francine, Fran├žoise, and Francie?
-- gaelruadh19  11/24/2010
I really like Frankie as a nick-name, although whenever I hear this name, I either think of a teenager wearing a fedora and smoking a cigar or an older guy behind a desk... Too much Godfather, I suppose :)

I'm kind of surprised- no one mentioned Francis 'Frank/Frankie' Sinatra I don't think. :3
-- Anonymous User  12/20/2010
The nickname Frankie makes me think of a little boy with shaggy hair and a shark tooth necklace... or Frankie Heck, the mother on The Middle.
-- mrose19  5/11/2011
Frankie was the name of the second youngest of the sisters (second youngest of the five biological sisters, but youngest of the four main sisters) in the television series Sisters.
-- KittyKat78  7/2/2011
I think Frankie is a wonderful name :)
Actually my older sister is named Franki (no "E"), and it suits her perfectly, even though she's a "girly-girl" it fits because it's cute. Just like her!
-- rydia_ff4  10/21/2011
It's okay, but it is a bit chavvy... especially for a girl. It sounds tomboyish too.
-- Anonymous User  2/6/2012
As much as I like the name Frank, I don't care for this nickname. My unfortunate experience with a man who went by this makes it hard for me to picture it on a boy, but it sounds even worse on a girl. Whoever decided that Frankie was a girls' nickname must have been nuts.
-- bananarama  3/18/2012
'Minding Frankie' was the last novel that Maeve Binchy wrote. Frankie is a baby girl that is born towards the beginning of the story. Her first name is actually Frances.
-- Anonymous User  8/8/2012
My friend uses this as a nickname for Francesca. It's also my cousin's dog's name... I think Frankie is a cute nickname for Francis, Franklin, frank, or Francesca, but not very good for a given name.
-- Oohvintage  1/12/2013
One of Chris Wolstenholme's (Muse bassist) sons is called Frankie. I don't know if it's his real name or a nickname for Frank, though.
-- QuillHeart  5/23/2013
It irritates me quite a bit that this is more popular than both Frank and Francis in the UK, not to mention used as a full name for girls.
-- Anonymous User  7/2/2013
My name is Frankie and I'm a girl. I love it as a name, its different and unique. I was named after my father cause he wanted a girl ( I have 2 older brothers). Most people remember my name right away 'cause its so different from other girls names. I was a tom boy younger and the name suit me well. Now, 16, it goes along just as good. People always remembered me because of my name. People always think Frankie is a nickname for Francis, Francesca, or fransica.
-- FrankieJ  7/28/2013
American actress and model Drew Barrymore welcomed her second child into the world today, a girl named Frankie. I don't think it's short for anything.
-- mmcurliq42311  4/25/2014

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