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Meaning of the Name Phil

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

Greek: Lover of Horses
English: Fond of Horses. Form of Phillip
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

Similar Names

Pal | Paul | Pawl | Pell | Philo | Phylo | Pili | Pol | Poul | Pul |

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Bert  (French)
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Bertrand  (French)
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Blaise  (Latin)
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Blaise  (French)
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Carneades  (Latin)
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Chintamani  (Indian)
philosopher's stone
Chynna  (English)
Based on the Country Name China. Famous Bearer: Popular Singer Chynna Phillips
Delilah  (Hebrew)
Amorous, Delight, Languishing, Temptress. in the Old Testament, Samson's Mistress Delilah Tricked Him into Revealing the Secret of His Strength, Then Betrayed Him to the Philistines
Ebenezer  (Hebrew)
Rock or Stone of Help. Famous Bearer: the Old Testament Samuel Gave the Name Ebenezer to a Stone Set Up in Recognition of God's Assistance in Defeating the Philistines; Miserly Ebenezer Scrooge in Cha
Eznik  (Armenian)
Name of a Fifth Century Philosopher
Felipe  (Spanish)
Spanish Form of Phillip 'Loves Horses'
Felippe  (Spanish)
Variant of Philip
Filib  (Gaelic)
Lover of Horses; Gaelic Form of Philip. (Fil-ib)
Filip  (Russian)
Russian Form of Philip 'Loves Horses'
Filip  (English)
Lover of Horses; Popular Form of Philip
Filip  (Swedish)
Swedish Form of Phillip 'Loves Horses'
Filipa  (Spanish)
Spanish Form of Phillipa: Loves Horses
Filippio  (Italian)
Italian Form of Philip 'Loves Horses'
Filippo  (Italian)
Italian Form of Philip 'Loves Horses'
Filomena  (Greek)
Lover of Man. Beloved. Variant of Philomena
Filomena  (Italian)
Loves Mankind. Beloved. Variant of Philomena
Fulop  (Hungarian)
Hungarian Form of Philip 'Loves Horses'
Herophile  (Latin)
Priestess of Apollo
Iachimo  (Shakespearean)
'Cymbeline' an Italian Friend to Philario
Indiya  (American)
Philosophical One
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
Panphila  (Greek)
All Loving
Phelps  (English)
Son of Philip
Phila  (Greek)
Love
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