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Meaning of the Name Fanny

The first name Fanny is of Latin, Slavic, Teutonic, English origin. It is often a girl name. It has the following meaning(s):

Latin: Diminutive of Frances: from France, or Free One. Feminine of Francis. Famous Bearers: British Novelist Frances Burney and Actress Frances Kemble
Slavic: Free
Teutonic: Free
English: Pet Name Meaning Free; Variant of Frances. Derived from Frances. Famous Bearer: the Fictional Heroine of John Cleland's 'Fanny Hill'

Similar Names

Fain | Faine | Fane | Fayne | Finn | Fynn | Fan | Fani | Fania | Fanni |

Related Names

Camilla  (Latin)
Servant for the Temple; Free-born; Noble. Feminine Form of Camillus. Famous Bearer: Roman Mythological Volscian Warrior Queen Camilla. Fanny Burney's Th Century Novel 'Camilla'
Eileen  (Latin)
Variant of Evelina: Latinized Form of the Old German Name Avelina. Famous Bearer: Fanny Burney's Novel 'Evelina'
Evelina  (Latin)
Latinized Form of the Old German Name Avelina. Famous Bearer: Fanny Burney's Novel 'Evelina'
Frances  (Teutonic)
Free, Pretentious, Generous, Attractive. (Fanny, Fannie, Fran, Frannie, Francesca, Francine, Frankie)
Millie  (Latin)
Diminutive of Camilla: Servant for the Temple; Free-born; Noble. Feminine Form of Camillus. Famous Bearer: Roman Mythological Volscian Warrior Queen Camilla. Fanny Burney's Th Century Novel 'Camilla'
Milly  (Latin)
Diminutive of Camilla: Servant for the Temple; Free-born; Noble. Feminine Form of Camillus. Famous Bearer: Roman Mythological Volscian Warrior Queen Camilla. Fanny Burney's Th Century Novel 'Camilla'

Additional Names

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