Gender Feminine
Pronounced Pron. FAHN-nee(Finnish)
FAWN-nee(Hungarian)
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Meaning & History

Finnish diminutive of Francisca and a Hungarian diminutive of Franciska or Stefánia.

Related Names

Masculine FormsFrans(Finnish) Ferenc, István(Hungarian)
Other Languages & CulturesFrantziska(Basque) Frañseza(Breton) Stefana, Stefani, Stefaniya(Bulgarian) Francesca(Catalan) Franka, Štefanija(Croatian) Františka, Štěpánka(Czech) Stefanie(Danish) Stefanie(Dutch) Francis, Stephanie, Francene, Frances, Francine(English) Étiennette, France, Françoise, Stéphanie, Fanny, Francette, Francine(French) Franziska, Stefanie, Stephanie, Fränze, Franzi, Ziska(German) Stefania(Greek) Kekepania(Hawaiian) Franca, Francesca, Stefania(Italian) Francisca(Late Roman) Stefanija(Lithuanian) Stefanija(Macedonian) Franciszka, Stefania, Stefcia(Polish) Estefânia, Francisca, Chica(Portuguese) Ștefana, Ștefania(Romanian) Stefaniya(Russian) Frantzisca(Sardinian) Frangag(Scottish) Stefana(Serbian) Františka, Štefánia(Slovak) Frančiška, Štefanija, Francka, Štefka(Slovene) Estefanía, Francisca, Fanny, Paca, Paquita(Spanish) Stefaniya(Ukrainian)

Popularity

People think this name is

youthful   natural   wholesome   delicate   refined   strange   simple   nerdy  

Name Days

Finland: March 2
Hungary: March 9

Entry updated July 27, 2015