Federico Palilio in the US

  1. #26,835,067 Federico Pagtalunan
  2. #26,835,068 Federico Paini
  3. #26,835,069 Federico Palacio
  4. #26,835,070 Federico Palenque
  5. #26,835,071 Federico Palilio
  6. #26,835,072 Federico Palmas
  7. #26,835,073 Federico Palomera
  8. #26,835,074 Federico Pando
  9. #26,835,075 Federico Pantoja
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Meaning & Origins

Germanic. See Frederick. The name was introduced to Sicily by the Normans, where it was borne by the son of the Norman Queen Constance and the German Emperor Henry VI. At the age of three, in 1197, Federico became King of Sicily; he later went on to become King of the Germans and Holy Roman Emperor. He was a patron of the arts and sciences, and in 1224 founded the University of Naples.
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