Frank may refer to:

* A member of the medieval Germanic people, the Franks
* Frank (given name)
* Frank (surname)
* Talk to FRANK the British Government drugs awareness campaign
* Franked mail, the ability to send mail by one's signature rather than by postage
*Nakajima Ki-84 (Nato code: Frank) Japanese WWII fighter aircraft.

In currency
*Swiss frank (or franc), the currency of Switzerland since 1850
*Liechtenstein frank, the currency of Liechtenstein since 1920
*Westphalian frank, currency of the Kingdom of Westphalia between 1808 and 1813

In music
* "Frank", an album by Squeeze
* "Frank", an Amy Winehouse album
* Frank (band), a four-piece girl band created for a Channel 4 comedy drama series
* F.R.A.N.K., a British born DJ

In geography
* Frank, Alberta, a small community in the Crowsnest Pass at the southern end of the Canadian Rockies
* Frank, West Virginia, an unincorporated community located in Pocahontas County, West Virginia, USA
* Frank Slide, a natural landslide feature in the southern Rocky Mountains of Canada

In physics
*Ilya Frank, a Soviet physicist, winner of the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1958

In popular culture
* Frank (fictional rabbit), man-sized rabbit from the movie "Donnie Darko"
* "Frank" (comics), series of experimental comic books by Jim Woodring
* "Frank" (magazine), a Canadian scandal sheet
* "", a review published by the Clinton School of Public Service
* "Frank and Ernest" (comic strip), comic strip
* "Totally Frank", a comedy drama series
* TV's Frank, character from "Mystery Science Theater 3000"
* Franky, cyborg from anime and manga One Piece.
* Franky G, an American film and television actor
* Franky Lee, a Swedish punk-rock
* Frank Rossitano, a character on 30 Rock.
* Frank Caliendo, an American comedy actor.
* Frank TV, a show starring Frank Caliendo.

In video games
* Frank "The hunter", one of the player's wingmen in the game Blazing Angels
* Frank Tenpenny, a crooked police officer in the video game "Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas"
* Frank West, main character of Capcom's "Dead Rising"

Frank may also refer to:
* hot dogs
* Anthe (moon) (code named "Frank"), by the Cassini Imaging Team between its discovery and its official naming

ee also

* Franc (disambiguation)
* Franks (disambiguation)
* Franck

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