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Forename Franz

All over the world, Franz (Franz Germany Indonesia Austria South Africa United States, Frans Germany Indonesia Austria South Africa United States, Франц Ukraine Belarus Kazakhstan Russia Bulgaria, along with others...) is a widespread masculine first name. The first name Franz is characteristic of Germany, where it is a common boy's name, Austria, and Namibia, where it is a common predominantly masculine, but very seldom female name (explore the name in all countries). Measured by absolute frequency, it is commonest in Germany, Indonesia, and Austria. Very seldom, Franz is the last name as well as the forename.

Translations, transliterations and names similar to the name Franz

name Fränk, name Franziskus, name Curro, name Fañch, name Франз, name פרנץ, name Cesc, name Франклин, name Франка, name Франклін, name Panchito, name Ференц, name Франц, name Frânz, name Ferenc, name François, name Франко, name Franc, name Frenklins, name Pancho, name فرانز, name Frančesko, name Φράνσις, name Francisco, name Φραγκίσκος, name Franciszek, name Frànz, name Frank, name Frañsez, name Франк, name Currito, name Franz, name Francesco, name Francisc, name Fragiskos, name Franková, name Quico, name Franklins, name Paco, name Frans, name Franck, name Franko, name Franklin, name Frantz, name Paquito, name Francis, name František, name Fránz, name Fran, name Fřăňž, name Frantisek, name Franciscus, name Francesc, name Franț, name Frants, name Franco
Franz, Frans South Africa, Germany, United States, Indonesia, Austria
Франц Ukraine, Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Bulgaria
Франз Russia
فرانز Palestinian Territory, Iraq
פרנץ Israel

First name Franz in the context

Franz is also a prevalent name for the fictitious and mythical characters: Franz Leitmayr , character in Tatort; Franz Oberhauser , the character of Spectre; Franz Sanchez , character in Licence to Kill; Franz d'Épinay , character in The Count of Monte Cristo and Franz d'Epinay , the fictional character from Gankutsuou, Gankutsuou: The Count of Monte Cristo, and in many other works.

Notable namesakes

franz buchhöcker (b. 188) link
franz von lautern German monk, DE (b. 1300) link
franz kuebel (b. 1300) link
franz von retz AT (b. 1343) link
franz von rothwitz Polish titular bishop (1400-1400), DE (b. 1400) link
franz steger (b. 1400) link
picture of franz von sickingen franz von sickingen franz von sickingen Imperial knight (1481−1523), DE (b. 1481) link
picture of franz von waldeck franz von waldeck franz von waldeck Prince-bishop, DE (b. 1488) link
picture of franz köckritz franz köckritz franz köckritz humanist, Latin poet and town council writer in Breslau (1497-1565), PL (b. 1497) link
franz lodron (b. 1438) link
picture of franz burchart franz burchart franz burchart German politician, diplomat and jurist (1503-1560), DE (b. 1503) link
franz de platea CH (b. 1447) link
picture of franz von thurn-valsassina franz von thurn-valsassina franz von thurn-valsassina German nobleman (1509-1586) (b. 1509) link
franz sickinger (b. 1450) link
franz grambek DE (b. 1450) link

Characteristic surnames

Mayr, Peters, Garcia, Gruber, Flores, Wagner, Wimmer, Müller, Steiner, Schmidt, Schmitt, Schmitz, Schwarz, Baumann, Brunner, Hofmann, Fischer, Winkler, Schubert, Schuster, Hartmann, Hoffmann, Keller, Kaiser, Becker, Berger, Cruz, Koch, Lang, Eder, Haas, Wolf, Mayer, Maier, Moser, Meier, Schneider, Meyer, Braun, Kraus, Klein, Hofer, Huber, Fuchs, Weber, Martin, Mamani, Schmid, Bauer, and Zimmermann