Complete Definition of "Philip"

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Alternative spellings
Phillip

Etymology
From Gr. Ïιλῶ (philo), love + á¼µÏÏÎ¿Ï (hippos), horse. Borne by ancient Greek kings.

Proper noun
en-proper noun

  1. biblical character One of the twelve disciples; one of the seven deacons.
  2. given name|male.

Translations
trans-top|biblical persons
Danish: Filip
Estonian: Filippus
Finnish: Filippus (disciple), Filippos (deacon )
French: Philippe
German: Philippus
trans-mid
Norwegian: Filip
Swedish: Filippos
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trans-top|male given name
Armenian: ÕÕ«Õ¬Õ«ÕºÕ¸Õ½ (literally Pilibos)
Danish: Filip
Finnish: Vilppu
French: Philippe
German: Philipp
Greek: ΦίλιÏÏοÏ
trans-mid
Italian: Filippo
Norwegian: Filip
Polish: Filip
Slovak: Filip
Spanish: Felipe
Swedish: Filip
trans-bottom

Related terms
pet forms: Phil, Pip
feminine forms: Philippa


Danish

Proper noun
infl|da|proper noun

  1. given name|male||da:, a popular spelling variant of Filip.

German

Proper noun
infl|de|proper noun

  1. given name|male||de:, an English style variant of Philipp.

Norwegian

Proper noun
infl|no|proper noun

  1. given name|male||no:, spelling variant of Filip.

Swedish

Proper noun
infl|sv|proper noun

  1. given name|male||sv:, spelling variant of Filip.

Category:Greek root hιÏÏ
Category:Greek root Ïιλ

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