Croatian Surnames that Begin with the Letter F

Croatian Surnames that Begin with the Letter FHere is the list of Croatian surnames or family names that begin with the letter F (pronounced /f/). By clicking letters of the alphabet on the right side of the screen, you can access other surnames. You can access more information about each surname by clicking on a particular surname listed on the right side of the screen or by choosing a surname (family name) from the drop down menu:

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12 Responses

  1. Peter McLaughlin
    Peter McLaughlin / 9-14-2014 / ·


  2. suzana
    suzana / 1-22-2015 / ·


  3. Madison
    Madison / 6-16-2016 / ·


  4. Madison
    Madison / 6-16-2016 / ·

    My last name is Franicevich

  5. Anton
    Anton / 7-17-2016 / ·


  6. Mateja
    Mateja / 9-11-2016 / ·


  7. Alen Funčić
    Alen Funčić / 2-2-2017 / ·


  8. Rita
    Rita / 4-8-2017 / ·

    There is also the name Flanjak…. mostly originating near the Karlovac/Slunj area…. In this century, more have migrated toward Zagreb.

  9. Joan Fabian
    Joan Fabian / 5-2-2017 / ·


  10. Zvonimir Knezovic
    Zvonimir Knezovic / 5-8-2017 / ·

    Hi, surname / family name FLORI should be on the list, but isn’t. Well my mother comes from that family. This is also a very old Croatian family from Dubrovnik. Originally, they came from Italy at the end of Roman Empire around 5th century after Christ. But they are so long in Croatia and completely assimilated, so they are very old Croatian family. In 16th century they start to trade on the territory of the Turkish Empire. One Flori have settled then in Romania and he was trading there for Dubrovnik merchants / traders. At that time, Romania was under Turkish rule and man was allowed to have more wives. He had several wives and many children in various cities where he had his own homes due his trade activities. Because of that he was not permitted to return to Croatia; Republic of Dubrovnik. However, he remained a Christian but he crossed into orthodox rites. That is how name Flori came in Romania. Today, in Croatia are just few people remained with this old Croatian surname which is a part of Croatia for more than 15th century, but still the name FLORI should be on your list.
    Kind regards,

  11. Barb Gannon
    Barb Gannon / 9-14-2018 / ·


  12. Debbie 12-18-18
    Debbie 12-18-18 / 12-18-2018 / ·


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