Dictionary of Medieval Names
from European Sources

Frank m. Latin Francus, Old High German Franko, French Franc 'a Frank, a Frenchman'.

Belgium
Latin
1050 Franco (nom) CRS-2-5 p. 232
Dutch
1597x1598 Francen (dat) BoonenGes p. 322, Vranck ibid. p. 329
Brabant
Latin
1312 Franco (nom) JeanIII p. 10
Czech Republic
Latin
1358 Francone (abl) chlumecky 193, p. 29
England
Dutch
1577 Franck AuFr Francken
Estonia
Middle Low German
1376 Vrancke BbRT p. 335
France
Latin
1016 Franco (nom) HGSav-4.1 p. 3; 1044 Franco (nom) StVdM-II 659; 1047 Franconis (gen) CartNDSaintes I; 1047x1061 Franconis (gen) ibid. XX; 1050 Franconis (gen) St-Bernard-Romans no. 100; 1378 Franco (dat) hanquetvol1 598, Franconi (dat) ibid. 150
1047x1061 Franquelinus (nom) CartNDSaintes XX
Old French
1313 Franques Paris1313 p. 38
Middle French
1392 Franc MemBret-II col. 605
Germany
Latin
822x875 Franco (abl) TradCorb §213; 895 Francho (nom) HambUrk-vol1 XXV; 1134 Franco (nom) quix-vol1 97; 1149 Franchi (nom) mairhofer XXX; 1165 Franco (nom) quix-vol1 93; 1208 Franco (nom) quix-vol2 124; 1219 Franco (nom) hennes-vol1 40; 1255 Francone (abl) ibid. 156; 1540 Franco (nom) quix-vol1 93
Italy
Latin
1376 Francho (abl) DouGen1 p. 29
Spain
Latin
899 Francone (abl) CDCB-XV MMXXII
Cite as: S.L. Uckelman. "Frank". In S.L. Uckelman, ed. The Dictionary of Medieval Names from European Sources, Edition 2017, no. 1. http://dmnes.org/2017/1/name/Frank.