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Meaning of the Name Philip

The first name Philip is of Biblical, French, English, Greek, Shakespearean origin. It is often a boy name. It has the following meaning(s):

Biblical: Warlike; a Lover of Horses
French: Loves Horses
English: Lover of Horses; from the Latin Philippus, a Derivative of the Greek Philippos, Which is Composed from the Elements Philos (Loving) and Hippos (Horse). The Name is Borne in the Bible by One of the Twe
Greek: Lover of Horses. King Philip of Macedon Was the Father of Alexander the Great. in the Bible, Philip Was the Name of One of Christ's Apostles. Famous Bearer: Prince Philip, Husband of Queen Elizabeth I
Greek: Lover of Horses, Extravagant, Commanding, Handsome (Felipe, Filippo, Pepe, Phil, Phiiiip, Philippe, Pip, Phipl
Greek: Lover of Horses
English: Fond of Horses. Form of Phillip
Shakespearean: 'King John' Bastard Half Brother to Robert Faulconbridge. 'King John' King Philip of France

Similar Names

Phelipe | Philipp | Philippe | Philippi | Phillip | Phillipe | Pilib | Philippa | Phillipa |

Related Names

Felippe  (Spanish)
Variant of Philip
Filib  (Gaelic)
Lover of Horses; Gaelic Form of Philip. (Fil-ib)
Filip  (English)
Lover of Horses; Popular Form of Philip
Filip  (Russian)
Russian Form of Philip 'Loves Horses'
Filippio  (Italian)
Italian Form of Philip 'Loves Horses'
Filippo  (Italian)
Italian Form of Philip 'Loves Horses'
Fulop  (Hungarian)
Hungarian Form of Philip 'Loves Horses'
Pam  (English)
Diminutive of Pamela: Name Invented in the Th Century for a Heroine of the Book 'Arcadia', by Sir Philip Sidney
Pamela  (English)
Name Invented in the Th Century for a Heroine of the Book 'Arcadia', by Sir Philip Sidney
Pamelia  (English)
Variant of Pamela: Name Invented in the Th Century for a Heroine of the Book 'Arcadia', by Sir Philip Sidney
Phelps  (English)
Son of Philip
Phil  (Greek)
Diminutive of Philip: Lover of Horses. King Philip of Macedon Was the Father of Alexander the Great. in the Bible, Philip Was the Name of One of Christ's Apostles. Famous Bearer: Prince Philip, Husban
Philipinna  (German)
Loves Horses
Philipp  (Greek)
Lover of Horses
Philippa  (Greek)
Loving, Femenine of Phillip
Philippa  (Greek)
Lover of Horses, Sporting, Stoical, Handsome. Feminine Form of Philip (Felipa, Pippa, Filipa, Phillippa)
Philippa  (Greek)
Feminine Form of Philip: Lover of Horses
Philippe  (French)
Loves Horses
Philippe  (Greek)
Lover of Horses
Philippi  (Biblical)
Warlike; a Lover of Horses (Plural)
Philippine  (German)
Loves Horses
Philips  (English)
Son of Philip
Phillip  (Greek)
Variant of Philip: Lover of Horses
Phillipa  (Greek)
Feminine Form of Philip: Lover of Horses
Phillippa  (Greek)
Feminine Form of Philip: Lover of Horses
Phillips  (English)
Son of Philip
Pip  (Greek)
Diminutive of Philip: Lover of Horses. King Philip of Macedon Was the Father of Alexander the Great. in the Bible, Philip Was the Name of One of Christ's Apostles. Famous Bearer: Prince Philip, Husban

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