Gender Masculine
Usage Italian
Pronounced Pron. fran-CHEHS-ko
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Meaning & History

Italian form of Franciscus (see Francis). Francesco Laurana was an Italian Renaissance sculptor.

Related Names

DiminutiveFranco
Feminine FormsFranca, Francesca
Other Languages & CulturesFrantzisko, Patxi(Basque) Frañsez(Breton) Francesc, Cesc(Catalan) Francescu(Corsican) Frane, Franjo, Frano, Fran, Franko(Croatian) František(Czech) Frans(Danish) Franciscus, Frans(Dutch) Francis, Fran, Frank, Frankie, Franny(English) Frans, Ransu(Finnish) Francis, François, Francisque(French) Franz(German) Ferenc, Feri, Ferkó(Hungarian) Proinsias(Irish) Franciscus(Late Roman) Frens, Frenske(Limburgish) Pranciškus(Lithuanian) Frans(Norwegian) Franciszek(Polish) Francisco, Chico(Portuguese) Frantziscu(Sardinian) Frang(Scottish Gaelic) Franjo(Serbian) František(Slovak) Franc, France, Frančišek, Fran, Franci(Slovene) Francisco, Curro, Fran, Kiko, Paco, Pancho, Paquito(Spanish) Frans(Swedish) Ffransis(Welsh)
User SubmissionsFrançésco, Françesco

Popularity

People think this name is

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Entry updated February 28, 2019