Gender Masculine & Feminine
Usage English
Pronounced Pron. PIP  [key·IPA]

Meaning & History

Diminutive of Philip or Philippa. This was the name of the main character in Great Expectations (1860) by Charles Dickens.

Related Names

VariantsPhil, Pippa
Feminine FormsPhilipa, Phillipa(English) Philippa(English (British))
Masculine FormsPhilip, Phillip
Other Languages & CulturesPhilippos(Ancient Greek) Philip(Biblical) Philippos(Biblical Greek) Philippus(Biblical Latin) Filip(Bulgarian) Felip(Catalan) Filippu(Corsican) Filip(Croatian) Filip(Czech) Filip, Filippa, Philip(Danish) Filip, Philip, Filippus, Flip(Dutch) Filip, Vilppu(Finnish) Philippe, Philippine(French) Philipp, Philippa, Philippina(German) Filippa, Filippos(Greek) Fülöp(Hungarian) Pilib(Irish) Filippa, Filippo, Pippo(Italian) Filips(Latvian) Pilypas(Lithuanian) Filip(Macedonian) Piripi(Maori) Filip, Filippa, Philip(Norwegian) Filip, Filipina(Polish) Filipa, Filipe(Portuguese) Felipe, Felipinho(Portuguese (Brazilian)) Filip(Romanian) Filipp(Russian) Filib(Scottish Gaelic) Filip(Serbian) Filip(Slovak) Filip(Slovene) Felipa, Felipe(Spanish) Filip, Filippa, Philip(Swedish) Pylyp(Ukrainian)
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Entry updated November 16, 2019