Fabrizio Fabrizio is an Italian first name, from the latin word "Faber" meaning "smith" and may refer to:
Feliks Felix is a masculine given name and a family name. Felix comes from the Latin (felix felicis) and means "favored by the happiness", "happy", "successfully", or "the happy one". Felicitas, Felicia and Felicitas are female versions of the name. The Italian form of the name is Felice.
Felix Felix is a male given name and surname that stems from Latin (fēlix, felicis) and means "lucky", "favored by luck" or "the lucky one". Its female form is Felicity (English), Felicitas or Felizitas (in German-speaking regions).
Filippo Filippo is an Italian male given name, which is the equivalent of the English name Philip, meaning "friend of horses", from the Greek Philippos. The female variant is Filippa. The name may refer to:
Fiorenzo Fiorenzo is a masculine given name. He is an Italian variant of the name of Florentius (lat. the flourishing).
Franz Franz is a German name and cognate of "Francis". Notable people named Franz include:
Franziskus Francis is a masculine given name. Francis is the name of the Italian name Francesco or mittellateinisch Franciscus Latinized in German. Franz is a short form used in the German language. The female form of the name is Franziska.
Fedele Fedele is an Italian male given name, which can be used as a family name. He means the loyalty and is occurring in Germany called of Fidelis.
Francesco Francesco, the Italian (and original) version of the personal name "Francis", is the second most common name among males in Italy after Giuseppe, and is the given name of:
Franco Franco is an Italian male given name. The German version is frank. In the Italian, Spanish and Portuguese-speaking countries, Franco is commonly used as a family name.
Fulvio Fulvio is an Italian male given name. Fulvio is the Italian form of the Roman Gentil name of Fulvius.
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