Meaning & History
Variant of PHILIP
, inspired by the usual spelling of the surname.
OTHER LANGUAGES: Philippos (Ancient Greek), Philip (Biblical), Philippos (Biblical Greek), Philippus (Biblical Latin), Filip (Bulgarian), Felip (Catalan), 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)
| United States || ranked #391|| |
| England and Wales || -|| |
| Canada (BC) || -|| ||