Felipe Felipe is the Spanish variant of the name Philip, which derives from the Greek adjective Philippos "friend of horses". Felipe is also widely used in Portuguese-speaking Brazil alongside Filipe (the form that follows the official orthography of Portuguese and that is commonly used in Portugal).
Flávio Flávio is a Portuguese language given name, equivalent of Latin Flavius, and Italian and Spanish Flavio (name). The Portuguese diminutive form is Flavinho.
Francesc Francesc is the Catalan form of the male given name Franz. The Spanish and Portuguese form of the name is Francisco.
Filipe There are several Spanish kings who were named Felipe. The three Felipes that also ruled over Portugal were known in Portugal as Filipe (with an "i"):
Frederico Frederico is a given name. It is a form of Frederick, most commonly found in Portuguese.
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