Francis

Meaning as a surname: From a Latin name meaning Frenchman.
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Francis

Francis is a English mixed name. The meaning of the name is `Of France` Where is it used? The name Francis is mainly used In English.How do they say it elsewhere? Franc ( In Slovene) Pranciskis ( In Lithuanian) Ferenc ( In Hungarian) If it`s too long people might use In English: Fran In English: FranceFor the opposite sex use: In English: Frances ...
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Francis

[surname] Francis is a French and English surname of Latin origin. Notable people with the surname include: ...
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Francis

[Hampshire cricketer] Francis (full name and dates of birth and death unknown) was an English cricketer who played for Hampshire county cricket teams organised by the Hambledon Club. Possibly related to Richard Francis, he played in one first-class match against Kent in 1775. ==External sources== ...
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FRANCIS

FRANCIS is an academic bibliographic database maintained by INIST. FRANCIS covers the core academic literature in the humanities and social sciences with special emphasis on European literature. == See also == ...
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Francis

[electoral district] Francis is a former provincial electoral division for the Legislative Assembly of the province of Saskatchewan, Canada, centered on the town of Francis, Saskatchewan. This district was created before the 2nd Saskatchewan general election in 1908. The riding was dissolved and combined with the Milestone and Qu`Appelle-Wo...
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Francis

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Francis

Francis, 1554–84, French prince, duke of Alençon and Anjou; youngest son of King Henry II of France and Catherine de' Medici. Although ill-shapen, pockmarked, and endowed with a curiously formed nose, he was considered (1572–73) as a possible husband for Queen Elizabeth I of England...
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Francis

[footballer] Francisco Jesús Pérez Malia, commonly known as Francis (born 17 December 1981), is a Spanish professional footballer who plays for Racing de Santander mainly as a right back. ==Football career== Born in Barbate, Cádiz, Francis made his senior debuts with local Xerez CD. After three consecutive loans with third division sides...
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Francis

[given name] Francis is a French and English given name of Latin origin. Francis is a name that has many derivatives in most European languages. The female version of the name in English is Frances, and (less commonly) Francine. (For most speakers, Francis and Frances are homophones or near homophones; a popular mnemonic for the spelling is...
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Francis

[1793] Francis was a 41 burthen ton colonial schooner that was partially constructed at the Deptford Dockyard, England and sent in frame aboard the Pitt to Australia to be put together for the purposes of exploration. The vessel had originally been designed for George Vancouver’s discovery voyage of the west coast of North America. Franci...
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