Globally, Philip (Philip , Филипп , Филип , along with others...) is a widespread predominantly boy's, but scarcely girly forename. The given name Philip is characteristic of Northern Europe, particularly the United Kingdom, where it is a common masculine name, Jersey, and Ireland, where it is quite a common boy's name (explore the name in all countries). In absolute terms, the name is most common in the United States, Nigeria, and the United Kingdom. Much less frequently, Philip is the last name as well as the forename.
Philip is also a name from the Bible. Explore more in our Biblical names portal!
|Philip||United States, Nigeria, Kenya, United Kingdom, Ghana|
|Филипп||United States, Russia, Ukraine, Bulgaria, Kazakhstan|
|Филип||Russia, Serbia, Ukraine, Bulgaria, Kazakhstan|
|فيليب||Syria, Lebanon, Iraq, Egypt, Algeria|
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Philip is also a prevalent name for the fictitious and mythical characters: Philip the Apostle , the Christian saint and apostle; Philip Marlowe , the fictional character created by Raymond Chandler; Philip J. Fry , the main character in the television show Futurama; Philip Banks , the fictional character from The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air and Philip Jennings , the fictional character in the American television drama series The Americans, and in many other works.
|philip the tetrarch son of Herod the Great and ruler of the northeast part of his father's kingdom (r. 4 BCE-34 CE) (b. 20)|
|philip ii philoromaeus last Seleucid ruler (b. 50)|
|philip the evangelist Ancient Roman saint, IL (b. 100)|
|philip i philadelphus Seleucid ruler (b. 125)|
|philip of heraclea IV century Christian martyr (b. 300)|
|philip iii of macedon King of Macedonia (b. 359)|
|philip of macedon son of Alexandros I of Macedon (b. 500)|
|philip of champagne Bishop of Châlons (b. 1063)|
|philip de braose Anglo-Norman noble (b. 1070)|
|philip i Roman Catholic archbishop, IT (b. 1130)|
|philip marc English noble (b. 1101)|
|philip of barry Cambro-Norman warrior (b. 1101)|
|philip de belmeis Peerage person ID=48977 (b. 1110)|
|philip of oldcoates Oldcoates [Ulecot], Sir Philip of (d. 1220), soldier and administrator (b. 1150)|
|philip d’aubigny (b. 1150)|