No extra L, please.
Phillip Richard Bill "Phil" DeVille- one of the main protagonists of the 1990s animated show called "Rugrats" and subsequent sequel show, "Rugrats-All Grown Up".
Diminutives could be Flip or Lip, as well.
Why not Philip? Philip seems much more majestic; In my opinion.
Ruined by the nickname ‘Phil’.
In 2018, 50 is the most common age for an American (U.S.) Phillip who is registered male with the Social Security Administration. It is the 204th most common male first name for living U.S. citizens.
A really handsome name. I detest the nickname Phil.
Philip was briefly Anne's teacher in Anne of Green Gables. He had an affair with one of his students, Prissy Andrews.
If you wish to name your child this, I suggest spelling it with one "l" (Philip), as the two "l" version looks sorta repetitive.
Phillip Jack Brooks, better known by the ring name CM Punk, is an American mixed martial artist, comic book writer, and retired professional wrestler, currently signed with the Ultimate Fighting Championship. He is best known for his time in WWE, where he was a two-time WWE Champion, including a 434-day reign from November 20, 2011, to January 27, 2013, that is recognized by WWE as the sixth longest of all-time, as well as the longest of the "modern era".
Phillip Raymond Stephenson (Phil Stephenson) is a former Major League Baseball first baseman. He played all or part of four seasons in the majors, from 1989 until 1992.
If I ever have a son I want to give him the middle name Phillip after Phillip Pullman :)
Singer Phillip Phillips is a famous bearer (yes, that's his real name).
Someone mentioned a singer here and they called him Phillip Phillips but was known by the name Phil Phillips. I own his old record, Sea of Love, which was also featured in a movie of the same name, staring Al Pacino.
Phillip Halpert is the son of Jim and Pam on the NBC sitcom The Office.
Phillip Gallagher is one of the main characters in both the US and UK versions of the television series Shameless. He goes by Lip, which I think is an interesting alternative to Phil.
This name remains the same in contemporary Greek. It derives from the Greek words: ΦΙΛΟΣ-ΙΠΠΟΣ =friend of horse. Consequently the correct spelling is single l and double p.
I much prefer this spelling to "Philip". It looks more complete with the two L's.
There are authors named Phillip DePoy and Phillip Margolin.
Listen to the German pronunciation of Phillip here:
My brother's name is Phillip and it is a nice name in my opinion.
Phillip was widely used in England as a female name up to the 19th century. There are genealogical records of women called Phillip.

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