Fulk

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Fulk is an old European name, probably deriving from the Germanic root "folk", meaning "people" or "chieftain". It is cognate with the French Foulques, the Italian Fulco and the Swedish Folke, with other variants such as Fulke, Fouke, Fulko, Folco, Folquet, etc. The name is easily confused with the names Fawkes and Falco (Falko, Falkes, Faulques), deriving from a root meaning falcon, a name that is also sometimes spelled Fulk.

Counts of Anjou[edit]

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Folke (name)
Fulke
Folco
Fawkes
Falco (disambiguation)