Gender Masculine
Pronounced Pron. feh-LEE-peh(Spanish)
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Meaning & History

Spanish and Brazilian Portuguese form of Philip.

Related Names

VariantFilipe(Portuguese)
DiminutiveFelipinho(Portuguese (Brazilian))
Feminine FormsFelipa(Spanish) Filipa(Portuguese)
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) Philip, Phil, Phillip, Pip(English) Filip, Vilppu(Finnish) Philippe(French) Philipp(German) Filippos(Greek) Fülöp(Hungarian) Pilib(Irish) Filippo(Italian) Filips(Latvian) Pilypas(Lithuanian) Filip(Macedonian) Piripi(Maori) Filip, Philip(Norwegian) Filip(Polish) Filip(Romanian) Filipp(Russian) Filib(Scottish Gaelic) Filip(Serbian) Filip(Slovak) Filip(Slovene) Filip, Philip(Swedish) Pylyp(Ukrainian)
Place Name DescendantFilipinas(Spanish)

Popularity

People think this name is

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Name Days

Spain: February 5
Spain: May 3
Spain: May 26

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Entry updated February 28, 2019