Forename directory - Names / meaning for "Philipp"

People with the first name "Philipp"

Philipp Ahrens Philipp Arend Philipp Auer Philipp Baar Philipp Barwind Philipp Baum Philipp Bayer Philipp Bernstorff Philipp Boos Philipp Braun Philipp Breschan Philipp Brunner Philipp Burgstaller Philipp Böing Philipp D. Franz Philipp Dalheimer Philipp Dammann Philipp Dauenhauer Philipp Dera Philipp Dinkel Philipp Dume Philipp Duven Philipp Ebert Philipp Emanuel Philipp Engeler Philipp Erb Philipp Fallscheer Philipp Fecke Philipp Frenz Philipp Gmür Philipp Gnatzy Philipp Goebels Philipp Gohlke Philipp Haas Philipp Haeusler Philipp Hallenberger Philipp Haller Philipp Hasse Philipp Heuberer Philipp Hoffmann Philipp Hofmann Philipp Janyr Philipp Jürgens Philipp Keller Philipp Kienast Philipp Knüpfer Philipp Konerding Philipp Krause Philipp Kutter Philipp Lahm Philipp Langer Philipp Lay Philipp Laügt Philipp Lenssen Philipp Lenz Philipp Lirk Philipp Lobenhoffer Philipp Lutz Philipp Maier Philipp Malek Philipp Mandelartz Philipp Marquardt Philipp Meier Philipp Meindl Philipp Meißner Philipp Meyer-Schmeling Philipp Molnar Philipp Nadler Philipp Nagel Philipp Nemenz Philipp Ortner Philipp Ott Philipp Pehl Philipp Pieroth Philipp Pohl Philipp Päuser Philipp Redlefsen Philipp Rehm Philipp Reif Philipp Richard Philipp Richter Philipp Rieder Philipp Ruppert Philipp Rösler Philipp Saul Philipp Schüle Philipp Selva Philipp Spiess Philipp Stavenhagen Philipp Stein Philipp Tanzer Philipp Wagner Philipp Werner Philipp Wiesner Philipp Winter Philipp Wolters Philipp Zeikat Philipp Zünd Philipp vom Hofe Philipp Von Arnim
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Information about "Philipp"

Name-day: 8.2., 26.5.

For this Philipp there are 9910 different names on Yasni.

Most common last names for Philipp are: Böttcher, Glanzmann, Heimers

In the ranking of the most common first names Philipp is on position 823.

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Meaning of "Philipp"

Male first name (German): Philip, the horse lover, ancient Greek (New Testament), philos = friend, the lover, hippos = horse; ekwo = the horse (Indo), known as the name of the apostle Philip, the involved on behalf of word 'hippos' for 'horse' can be traced back to an ancient Indo-European root '* ekwo'

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