Fulk meaning and origin
Boy name Fulk is used in English and Frisian, meaning of Fulk is "People or Tribe" came from Germanic. Fulk is variant of Folke. Folke is variant of loved Volker. Folke is shortened form of names with "folk". Also Folke is shortened form of "people". Folke is form of Folki in Swedish language. Origin of Folke is in Old Norse and Old High German, meaning of Folke is "Folk and People"..
Variants of FulkNames that rhyme with Fulk
Popularity of Fulk
Fulk is an uncommon name around the world. At least, 60 people globally have been given the name as per our findings.
Numerological analysis of Fulk
Widen your perspective and start living. And you are respected for living according to your own rules. Allow others to take care of their own lives and start fixing your own. Nothing can stop you from living the life you imagined for yourself but watch out. You always take care of others, especially the people you love. Your soul urge number recommends you believe in yourself and your talents more.
Other names similar to Fulk, for would be moms
- Thelmy - The Thelmy means "Helmet of War" is originated from German
- Rathilde - The Rathilde is rooted from Old High German, meaning of Rathilde is "Struggle or Counselor"
- Liebfried means Loving or Peace came from Old High German
- Alberic - Used mainly in English and German, Alberic means "Elf Ruler or Introduced into Britain from France by Aubrey De Vere" is a boy name has its origin in German and Germanic
- Luitbert - The Luitbert is of Old High German origin, meaning of Luitbert is "Shiny or Folk"
Namesakes of Fulk
- Fulk III, Count of Anjou, early Count of Anjou celebrated as one of the first great builders of medieval castles
- Fulk II, Count of Anjou, called was Count of Anjou from 942 to his death
- Fulk FitzWarin, powerful marcher lord seated at Whittington Castle in Shropshire
- Fulk Basset, was archbishop of Dublin
- Fulk, Archbishop of Reims from 883 until his death
- Fulk of Vendôme, count of Vendôme from 1028 until his expulsion
- Fulk Bertrand of Provence, joint Count of Provence with his elder brother William IV from 1018 and with his younger brother Geoffrey I
- Fulk of Guînes, first Lord of Beirut following its conquest
- Fulk of Angoulême, eleventh count of Angoulême
- Fulk of Pavia, Italian Roman Catholic prelate
- Fulk Basset, medieval Bishop of London
- Fulk IV, Count of Anjou, Count of Anjou from 1068 until his death
- Fulk I, Count of Anjou, — held the county of Anjou first as Viscount