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What does Franzin mean?

Franzin /fran-zin/ as a boys' name is of Latin derivation, and the meaning of the name Franzin is "frenchman". Franzin is a variant form of Francis (Latin) with the suffix -zin.


Franzin has 1 variant: Franzen.

Franzin has 17 more different relations via Francis: Ffransis, Fran, Franche, Franco, Francois, Franio, Frank, Frankie, Franko, Frann, Frannie, Frans, Frants, Frantz, Franz, Franzel and Franzi.

Kreatif forms:
(male) Farnzin, Fazin, ..

(female) Frandi, Frannis, ..

How popular is Franzin?

Franzin is a rare first name for men. Franzin is an equally rare surname for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Census)


Ranking and usage % can show different trends depending on the distribution of names that year.

Displayed below is a comparison of the popularity of the boy name Franzin and associated names. Frank (#336 last year), Francis (#478), Franco (#817), Frankie (#929), Franz, Frantz and Francois are the prominent variation forms of Franzin (outside Top 2000). These forms of Franzin were popular as baby names during 1880-1889 (median #1366) and are now much less widespread (#1222, down 97%). Frank is more widely used than the rest, although Franco seems to be becoming a favorite too, while versions like Francis have become less contemporary. (Top 2000 Names, 2014)

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Francis, Franco, Francois, Frank, Frankie in U.S.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Frantz, Franz in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Frank, Frankie outside U.S.

Similar Names


Suggested similar names are Bradin, Braidin, Brain, Brandin, Brantin, Braylin, Brendin, Brennin, Brentin, Bronsin (see Bronson), Crain, Ernin, Fagin, Fain, Farin, Farrin, Fauzi, Fawzi, Fawziy, Fazil, Flann, Flannan, Fonzie, Fraenir, Fraine, Franc, Franck, Francke, Francklin (see Franklin), Franklin, Franklinn (see Franklin), Franklyn, Franky, Frayn, Frazer, Frazier, Frewin, Fritzi (see Frederick), Hazin, Landin, Rankin, Tannin, Tramain (see Tremain) and Trentin. These names tend to be more commonly used than Franzin.