Franks (disambiguation)


Franks (disambiguation)

The Franks were medieval Germanic tribes.

Franks may also refer to:

* Crusaders or any persons originating in Catholic western Europe, in medieval Middle Eastern history
* USS "Franks" (DD-554), a United States Navy warship
* Frankfurter, as another name used to refer to hot dogs
* Franc, a unit of currency ("Frank" in Dutch, "Franken" in German and Swiss)
* Frank's Red Hot, a brand of hot sauce
* Frank's Nursery & Crafts, a defunct U.S. lawn & garden retailer.

People

*Augustus Wollaston Franks
*Bob Franks
*Bobby Franks
*Bubba Franks
*Carl Franks
*Cecil Franks
*Charles Franks
*David Franks (David Salisbury Franks), aide-de-camp of Benedict Arnold
*David Franks (loyalist), prominent Loyalist in the American Revolution
*Dick Franks
*Frederick M. Franks, Jr.
*Herman Franks
*Jimmy Franks, real name of musician Jimmy Pop
*Lynne Franks
*Michael Franks
*Oliver Shewell Franks
*Paul Franks
*Philip Franks
*Randall Franks
*Stephen Franks
*Tanya Franks
*Trent Franks
*Tillman Franks
*Tommy Franks, U.S. general
*Wilbur R. Franks
*William Sadler Franks

ee also

*Frank
*Franconia
*Farangi
*firang
*farang
*barang


Wikimedia Foundation. 2010.

Look at other dictionaries:

  • Mike Franks (tennis player) — For other people named Mike Franks, see Mike Franks (disambiguation). Medal record Competitor for the  United States Maccabiah Games Men s tennis …   Wikipedia

  • Merovingian (disambiguation) — The term Merovingian has several uses: The Merovingian dynasty of Frankish kings ruled an area of modern France and Germany from the 5th to 8th century AD. Merovingian script, a type of script used in the Merovingian kingdom. Merovingian (The… …   Wikipedia

  • Michael Franks — Michael Franks, or Mike Franks is the name of: Michael Franks (musician) (born 1944), US american jazz singer and songwriter Michael Franks (athlete) (born 1963), US american sprinter Mike Franks (soccer) (born 1977), Canada soccer goalkeeper… …   Wikipedia

  • Robert Franks — is the name of:*Bobby Franks (1909–1924), American murder victim *Bob Franks (born 1951), U.S. Representative from New Jerseyee also*Robert Frank (disambiguation) …   Wikipedia

  • Charlemagne (disambiguation) — Charlemagne may refer to Contents 1 People 2 Arts and entertainment 3 Places …   Wikipedia

  • Franco (disambiguation) — Franco may refer to:urnameFranco is a common surname in Portuguese and Spanish which derives from the word Frank , in reference to the Germanic tribe of the Franks, who invaded the modern day France during the Migration period [… …   Wikipedia

  • Judith (disambiguation) — Judith may refer to:In names: * Judith (name), female given nameIn people: * Judith (Genesis), a character in the Book of Genesis * Judith, daughter of Welf, a Frankish queen * Judith of Friuli, daughter of Evrard of Friuli * Judith of Flanders,… …   Wikipedia

  • Robert Frank (disambiguation) — Robert Frank is an important figure in American photography and film.Robert Frank may also refer to:* Robert Frank (cricketer) (1864 1950), first class cricketer * Robert Frank Gagliano (born 1958), American football player * Robert H. Frank… …   Wikipedia

  • John Frank (disambiguation) — John Frank may refer to:*John Frank (born 1962), American football player *John Frank (epidemiologist) (born 1949), Canadian epidemiologistAs given names*Frank Adams, John Frank Adams,British mathematician *John Frank Boyd, Nebraska Republican… …   Wikipedia

  • Franc (disambiguation) — Franc or francs may refer to: * French name for the Franks * franc, the name of several currency units * Francs, a commune of the Gironde département , in France …   Wikipedia