Francis


Francis
/fran"sis/, n.
a male given name: from an Old French word meaning "Frenchman."

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(as used in expressions)
Abbott George Francis
Adams Charles Francis
Bacon Francis Viscount St. Albans
Bacon Francis
Bayard Thomas Francis
Beaumont Francis
Bebey Francis
Behan Brendan Francis
Berrigan Daniel Joseph and Philip Francis
Blakeslee Albert Francis
Bradley Francis Herbert
Burgess Guy Francis de Moncy
Burton Sir Richard Francis
Lydia Maria Francis
Coppola Francis Ford
Crick Francis Harry Compton
Drake Sir Francis
James Francis Durante
Fitzgerald Francis Scott Key
Francis de Sales Saint
Francis of Assisi Saint
Francis James Bicheno
Furchgott Robert Francis
Galton Sir Francis
Garnier Francis
Gibbs William Francis
Francis Brett Harte
Hess Victor Francis
Hopkinson Francis
Ivory James Francis
James Francis Edward Stuart
Joseph Francis Keaton IV
Kennedy Robert Francis
Key Francis Scott
Lowell Francis Cabot
Rocco Francis Marchegiano
Marion Francis
James Francis McHugh
William Francis Murphy
John Francis Whelan
Palgrave Francis Turner
Parkman Francis
Picabia Francis
Poulenc Francis Jean Marcel
Pratt Francis Ashbury
Quarles Francis
Shula Donald Francis
Francis Albert Sinatra
Stanley Francis Edgar and Stanley Freelan O.
Steiner Francis George
James Francis Thorpe
Ventris Michael George Francis
Walsingham Sir Francis
Webster Benjamin Francis
Xavier Saint Francis
Younghusband Sir Francis Edward
Zanuck Darryl Francis
Francis Vincent Zappa
Louis Francis Cristillo
Alanbrooke of Brookeborough Alan Francis Brooke 1st Viscount
Louis Francis Albert Victor Nicholas prince of Battenberg

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Universalium. 2010.