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Franklin is one of Charlie Brown's friends in the "Peanuts" comic strip.
-- breakofday  12/29/2005
Franklin Pierce and Franklin Roosevelt were both Presidents of the U.S.A.
-- Anonymous User  2/28/2006
The famous evangelist, Billy Graham, has a son who is now a preacher named Franklin Graham.
-- susi  12/14/2006
Teutonic for FREEHOLDER, or even FREE K(-EY) HOLDER. Free also means LOVE/LIBRA. FRANKLIN could therefore also mean BOOKHOLDER (LIBRAry).
-- jaydubyo  10/5/2007
I hate this as a first name. It's a good enough surname, but it doesn't really sound right as a given name. Kind of pretentious.
-- slight night shiver  5/25/2008
I like the name Franklin a lot, perhaps because it's my brother's name, but also from the use the nickname "Frank" can have, yes I am being quite Frank with you.

I don't find it pretentious, but instead dignified. The name has a lot of good history.
-- upon_her_eyes  1/27/2009
Franklin the turtle! Great show.
-- meggsxx3  4/20/2009
Franklin Jonas (Frankie) the younger brother of the band the Jonas Brothers and the Disney show JONAS.
-- Ranchie  11/2/2009
Franklin Carmichael (May 4, 1890 – October 24, 1945) was a Canadian artist.
-- Anonymous User  10/18/2011
Franklin Graves (1789-Dec 25, 1846) was the head of one of the families in the Donner Party. With the aged farmer were his wife, Elizabeth (Oct 1800-March 7, 1847), and their nine children, from newlywed Sarah (1825-1871) and her husband, Jay Fosdick (1823-1847), to baby Elizabeth (1845-1847).
December 17, Franklin Graves and his two eldest daughters and son-in-law set off with eleven other immigrants to find help, supplying them with makeshift snowshoes. Sadly, he died the evening of Christmas Day, with daughters Mary and Sarah holding him as he urged them to use his body for food if they must. Graves and his wife both died, together with their three youngest children and their son-in-law.
-- gaelruadh19  1/10/2012
Franklin Delano Donut is the name of one of the characters (a new noobie recruit) in Red VS Blue by RoosterTeeth.
-- Rin_0911  5/9/2012
So cute :) although I think it might remind children of the TV show about the turtle named Franklin, it probably wouldn't be that big of an issue and you can always use the nicknames frank or Frankie, which are adorable as well!
-- Anonymous User  3/24/2013

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