Gender Masculine
Pronounced Pron. FRANG-ko(Italian)
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Meaning & History

Italian form of Frank, also used as a short form of the related name Francesco.

Related Names

Feminine FormsFranca, Francesca(Italian)
Other Languages & CulturesFrantzisko, Patxi(Basque) Frañsez(Breton) Francesc, Cesc(Catalan) Francescu(Corsican) Frane, Franjo, Franko, Frano, Fran(Croatian) František(Czech) Frans(Danish) Franciscus, Frank, Frans(Dutch) Francis, Frank, Fran, Frankie, Franny(English) Frans, Ransu(Finnish) Francis, Franck, François, Francisque, Frank(French) Frank, 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) Franjo(Serbian) František(Slovak) Franc, France, Frančišek, Fran, Franci(Slovene) Francisco, Curro, Fran, Kiko, Paco, Pancho, Paquito(Spanish) Frans(Swedish) Ffransis(Welsh)
Surname DescendantFranco(Italian)

Popularity

People think this name is

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Sources & References

  1. Förstemann, Ernst. Altdeutsches Namenbuch. Bonn, 1900, page 515.

Entry updated April 25, 2021