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Farrokh (Persian: فرّخ, meaning fortunate and happy), also transliterated as Farrukh, is a popular given name for boys and also a common surname in Iran, Central Asia and among Muslim and Zoroastrians in South Asia. Some prominent individuals with the name include:
- Farrukh Hormizd, army chief (spahbed) of northern Iran during the late Sasanian period
- Farrukh Pasha, a 16th and 17th-century Ottoman statesman based in Palestine
- Farrukh Ahmed, a Bangladeshi poet
- Farrukh Amonatov, a Tajik chess player
- Farrokh Bulsara, known as Freddie Mercury, a British rock musician and founding member of the band Queen
- Farrukh Zakirov, an Uzbek composer, singer and artistic director of the famous in ex-USSR band Yalla
- Farrukh Dhondy, a British writer
- Ahmad-i Farrokh, a 12th-century Persian physician
- Farrukh Quraishi, a retired Iranian-American football player
- Farrukh Yassar, the Shirvanshah (king of Shirvan, r. 1465–1500)
- Farooq Sheikh, Indian actor
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