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Origin: Netherlands
Region Origin: Western Europe

Frankie is a gender-neutral name with a Latin origin, derived from Francesca or Frank, and it means "free," "truthful," or "French man". The name is particularly popular in the United States, where it is considered a down-to-earth and friendly name for babies of all genders. The origin of the name Frankie can be traced back to the Anglo-Saxon civilization, where it was a surname given to individuals who were considered unrestrained or generous. The name is derived from the Latin word "franc," which means "liberal" or "generous". Additionally, the name could have been derived from the Norman given name "Franc," which originally referred to Frances of Rome, an Italian saint who formed a religious order of oblates who lived a shared life without vows.

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