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Gender Masculine
Usage English
Pronounced Pron. FIL
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Meaning & History

Short form of PHILIP and various other names beginning with Phil, often a Greek element meaning "friend, dear, beloved".
Feminine FormsPhilipa, Phillipa(English) Philippa(English (British))
Other Languages & CulturesPhilippos(Ancient Greek) Philip(Biblical) Philippos(Biblical Greek) Philippus(Biblical Latin) Filip(Bulgarian) Felip(Catalan) Filippu(Corsican) Filip(Croatian) Filip(Czech) Filip, Philip(Danish) Filip, Philip, Filippus, Flip(Dutch) Filip, Vilppu(Finnish) Philippe(French) Philipp(German) Filippos(Greek) Filip, Fülöp(Hungarian) Pilib(Irish) Filippo(Italian) Filips(Latvian) Pilypas(Lithuanian) Filip(Macedonian) Piripi(Maori) Filip, Philip(Norwegian) Filip(Polish) Filipe(Portuguese) Felipe, Felipinho(Portuguese (Brazilian)) Filip(Romanian) Filipp(Russian) Filib(Scottish) Filip(Serbian) Filip(Slovak) Filip(Slovene) Felipe(Spanish) Filip, Philip(Swedish) Pylyp(Ukrainian)

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