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The name Fabrico is of Spanish origin. It is traditionally used as a masculine given name, and it is an alternate spelling of Fabricio. This name comes from the Roman name Fabricius, said to have been derived from the Latin word 'faber', meaning ‘smith’. The meaning of Fabrico is ‘smith’, ‘artisan’, or ‘craftsman’.

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The name Fausto is Spanish and is traditionally used as a masculine name. It comes from the Latin word 'faustus', meaning ‘auspicious’ or ‘lucky’. Therefore, the meaning of Fausto is ‘fortunate one’, ‘lucky one’, or ‘auspicious one’. In popular culture, 'Fausto' is the name of a Canadian film directed by Andrea Bussman and released in 2018. One notable public figure to have this name is Angelo Fausto Coppi, a former Italian cyclist.

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The name Fedele is of Spanish origin. The meaning of Fedele is 'faithful'. This name is a derivative of the Italian name Fidel, from the Late Latin name Fidelis, meaning 'faithful'. The name is pronounced as 'feh-DEH-leh'.

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Federico, a Spanish name, is typically used as a masculine given name and as a variant of the Germanic names Frederick or Friedrich. The meaning of Federico is ‘an amicable ruler’. In popular culture, the name Federico is associated with a fictional character in the video game 'Assassin’s Creed 2' named Federico Auditore.

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The name Felipe, of Spanish origin, is a masculine given name. It is the Spanish version of the Greek name Philip, which comes from the Ancient Greek adjective 'philippos', meaning ‘one who loves horses’. The meaning of Felipe is ‘fond of horses’, ‘friend of horses’, or ‘one who loves horses’.

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The name Fernandez is of Spanish origin and the meaning of Fernandez is ‘son of Fernando’. The name is used in Spanish and Filipino. The name derives its meaning from the Spanish and Portuguese form of the name Fernandes, which comes from the old Spanish form of the German given name Ferdinando, which is derived from the elements ‘fardi’ in Old German, which means 'journey' and ‘nand’ which means 'brave' and 'daring'. Hence the name also means brave traveler. This name was used among the royals of Spain. This name is usually used as a surname.

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Spanish

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Fernando is a name of Spanish origin. It is traditionally used as a masculine given name and as the alternative to Ferdinand. The meaning of Fernando is ‘adventurous’, ‘bold voyager’, ‘courageous’, or ‘bold traveler’. One of the several notable public figures known to have this name is Fernando Alonso Díaz, better known simply as Fernando Alonso, a Spanish Formula One driver.

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Flavio, a name of Spanish origin, is traditionally used as a masculine given name. It is the Spanish alternative for Flavius, a Roman given name, which in turn comes from the Latinate word 'flavus', which means 'blond' or ‘golden-haired’. The meaning of Flavio is ‘yellow-haired’, ‘golden-haired’, or ‘blonde-haired’. One of the several notable public figures known to have this name is Flavio Pimenta Alves, a Brazilian writer, screenwriter, and film director.

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Francisco is a Spanish masculine given name. It is said to have been taken from the Spanish origin name Franco, which has in turn been taken from the Old High German name Frank, having been ultimately derived from the name of the Germanic tribe of the Franks. The meaning of being ‘a Frank’ came to be understood as being a free man. The meaning of Francisco is ‘a free man’. One of the notable public figures known to have this name is Francisco Ignacio Madero González, a Mexican revolutionary, writer, and statesman.

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Spanish

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The name Franco is of Spanish origin. It is traditionally used as a masculine given name, and it finds its origin in the Old High German name Frank, which is said to have been taken from the name of the German tribe of the Franks. The meaning of being ‘a Frank’ came to be understood as being a free man. Therefore, the meaning of Franco is ‘a free man’. Franco Modigliani, an Italian-American economist, is one of the notable public figures known to have this name.

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