Is the name Franko Italian?
The surname "Franko" is from Italian, however the spelling has been changed from Franco. The K in Italian does not exist. Though, when names have been changed, even slightly, it means that the family may have Italian descent, though it would go far down in their family tree.
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Salame piccante known as Pepperoni outside italy. than there is Soppressata very spicy and hot ham.
Italian people get it's name from old people..........then old people remember the date that they invented and now in Italy they also use there name did you know the date th…ey mark will celebrate in which people name example: if my name is Amalia and the date that they invented is 12th of December hen they will celebrate
nome, pronounced no-may
Come si pronuncia il tuo nome in italiano?
Name is "Nome" in Italian.
Franco is an Italian equivalent of 'Franko'. It's pronounced 'FRAHN-koh'. Many Italian names have feminine and masculine equivalents. The feminine form 'Franca' is pronounc…ed 'FRAHN-kah'.
Franco is an Italian equivalent of the English name "Franko". Specifically, the name is a masculine proper noun. It originates in the Latin Franciscus for "Frenchman, (a p…erson who comes) from France". The pronunciation will be "FRAN-ko" in Italian.
The Ukraine or Slovenia may be the countries of origin for the name 'Franko'. Italy, Portugal or Spain may be the countries of origin when the name is spelled 'Franco'. Sl…ovenia shares its western border with northeastern Italy. So the spellings 'Franko' and 'Franco' in that area may represent mixed Italian and Slovenian heritages.
"Franko" in Croatian is Franco in Italian.
Jure Franko was born on March 28, 1962.
The name "Franko" is related to the Frank and Francis, all derived ultimately from the name of the Franks, a Germanic-speaking people who fought both with and against the Roma…n Empire (and provided France with its name). The Romans knew them as Franci , and the singular of this, Francus , could well serve as an equivalent to modern Franko. Another possibility is Franciscus , the Latin version of "Francis".
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Franko Blazina was born on December 12, 1987, in Rijeka, Croatia.