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František (Czech pronunciation: [franˈcɪʃɛk]) is a masculine given name of Czech origin. It is a cognate of Francis, Francisco, François, and Franz. People with the name include:

Frank Daniel ( František Daniel) (1926–1996), Czech film director, producer, and screenwriter Frank Musil ( František Musil) (born 1964), Czech professional ice hockey player and coach František Albert (1856–1923), Czech surgeon and writer František Antonín Nickerl (1813–1871), Czech entomologist František Balvín (born 1915), Czech Olympic cross-country skier František Bartoš (other), multiple people

František Bartoš (folklorist)
František Bartoš (folklorist)
(1837–1906), Moravian ethnomusicologist and folklorist František Bartoš (motorcycle racer) (born 1926), Czech Grand Prix motorcycle road racer

František Běhounek (1898–1973), Czech scientist, explorer, and writer František Bílek
František Bílek
(1872–1941), Czech Art Nouveau and Symbolist sculptor and architect František Bolček (1920–1968), Slovak professional football player František Brikcius
František Brikcius
(contemporary), Czech cellist František Brixi (a.k.a. Franz Brixi) (1732–1771), Czech composer of the Baroque period František Brůna (born 1944), Czech Olympic handball player František Brzák (1915–2006), Czech Olympic canoeist František Bublan
František Bublan
(born 1951), Czech government minister and former dissident František Čáp
František Čáp
(1913–1972), Czech film director and screenwriter František Čapek (1914–2008), Czech Olympic sprint canoeist František Čelakovský
František Čelakovský
(a.k.a. Marcian Hromotluk) (1799–1852), Czech writer and translator František Čermák
František Čermák
(born 1976), Czech professional tennis player František Černík (born 1953), Czech professional ice hockey player; playing in the United States František Chvalkovský
František Chvalkovský
(1885–1945), Czech diplomat; fourth foreign minister of Czechoslovakia František Chvostek (1835–1884), Moravian physician František Cipro (born 1947), Czech professional football player and manager František Doležal (born 1913), Czech Olympic boxer František Donth (fl. 1920s), Czech Olympic Nordic skier František Doucha
František Doucha
(1810–1884), Czech literary translator and writer František Douda
František Douda
(1908–1990), Czech Olympic shot putter František Drdla
František Drdla
(1868–1944), Czech concert violinist and composer František Dřížďal
František Dřížďal
(born 1978), Czech professional football player František Drtikol
František Drtikol
(1883–1961), Czech photographer František Dvořák (other), multiple people František Dvorník (1893–1975), Czech historian František Fadrhonc
František Fadrhonc
(1914–1981), Czech professional football manager for the Netherlands František Fajtl
František Fajtl
(1912–2006), Czech fighter pilot of World War II; served with the RAF František Flos
František Flos
(1864-1961), Czech novelist František Fuka
František Fuka
(born 1968), Czech musician, computer programmer, and blogger František Gellner
František Gellner
(1881–disappeared 1914), Czech poet, writer, artist, and anarchist František Graus (1921–1989), Czech historian of medieval Europe František Häckel (fl. 1920s), Czech cross-country skier František Halas
František Halas
(1901–1949), Czech lyric poet, essayist, and translator František Havelka (1908–unknown), Czech Olympic boxer František Hoholko (1947–2005), Slovak professional football player and coach František Hrabě (fl. 1950s), Czech slalom canoeist František Hrubín (1910–1971), Czech poet and writer František Huf
František Huf
(born 1981), Czech bodybuilder František Jakub Prokyš (1713–1791), Bohemian Rococo painter František Jakubec (born 1956), Czech professional football player František Janák
František Janák
(born 1951), Czech glass artist František Janda-Suk
František Janda-Suk
(1878–1955), Czech Olympic athlete František Jež (born 1970), Czech Olympic ski jumper and Nordic skier František Jílek (1913–1993), Czech orchestra conductor František Josef Gerstner
František Josef Gerstner
(1756–1832), Bohemian physicist and engineer František Josef Studnička
František Josef Studnička
(1836–1903), Czech mathematician and university professor František Junek (1907–1970), Czech professional football player František Kaberle, Sr. (born 1951), Czech professional football player František Kaberle
František Kaberle
(born 1973), Czech professional ice hockey player František Kadaňka (born 1944), Czech slalom canoeist František Kašický
František Kašický
(born 1968), Slovak politician and government minister František Kaván
František Kaván
(1866–1941), Czech painter and poet František Klácel
František Klácel
(1808–1882), Moravian Augustinian author, philosopher, and scientist František Kloz (1905–1945), Czech professional football player; killed in World War II František Kmoch
František Kmoch
(1848–1912), Czech composer and orchestra conductor František Knapík
František Knapík
(born 1956), Slovak politician, mayor of the Slovak city of Košice František Koláček (1851–1913), Czech physicist František Komňacký
František Komňacký
(born 1951), Czech professional football coach Frantisek Kotzwara
Frantisek Kotzwara
(1730–1791), Czech violist, double bassist, and composer František Králík (1942–1974), Czech Olympic handball player František Kriegel
František Kriegel
(1908–1979), Czechoslovak politician and physician; kidnapped to Moscow during the Warsaw Pact invasion in 1968 František Křižík
František Křižík
(1847–1941), Czech inventor, electrical engineer, and entrepreneur František Kučera (born 1968), Czech professional ice hockey player František Kupka
František Kupka
(1871–1957), Czech painter and graphic artist František Ladislav Rieger
František Ladislav Rieger
(1818–1903), Czech politician and publicist of the early Czech nationalist movement František Lanák (20th century), Slovak professional football manager František Langer
František Langer
(1888–1965), Czech playwright, military physician, script writer, and essayist František Laurinec (born 1951), Slovak Football Association president František Lexa (1876–1960), Czechoslovakian Egyptologist František Lipka (born 1946), Slovak diplomat, poet, and translator František Listopad (born 1921), Czech poet, prose writer, essayist, and theatre and television director František Lorenz
František Lorenz
(a.k.a. Francisco
Francisco
Valdomiro Lorenz) (1872–1957), Czech polyglot, philosopher, and Esperantist František Lydie Gahura
František Lydie Gahura
(1891–1958), Czech architect and sculptor František Maka (born 1968), Czech Olympic Nordic skier František Mareš
František Mareš
(1857–1942), Czechoslovak professor of physiology and philosophy; nationalist politician František Masarovič (fl. 1930s), Slovak professional football player František Maxmilián Kaňka
František Maxmilián Kaňka
(1674–1766), Czech architect František Metelka
František Metelka
(born 1980), Czech professional football player František Mikloško (born 1947), Slovak politician František Moravec
František Moravec
(1895–1966), Czechoslovak military intelligence officer before and during World War II František Mrázek
František Mrázek
(1958–2006), Czech entrepreneur and mobster; assassinated František Nekolný (1907–1990), Czech Olympic boxer František Neuwirt (1895–1957), Czech professor of stomatology František Nušl
František Nušl
(1867–1951), Czech astronomer and mathematician František Ondříček
František Ondříček
(1857–1922), Czech violinist and composer František Palacký
František Palacký
(1798–1876), Czech historian and politician František Patočka (1904–1985), Czech microbiologist, serologist, and virologist František Pecháček (1896–1944), Czech Olympic gymnast; died in a concentration camp during World War II František Peřina
František Peřina
(1911–2006), Czech fighter pilot ace during World War II with the French Armee de l'Air; also served with the RAF František Pitra (born 1932), Czech politician; Prime Minister of the Czech Republic 1988–1990 František Plánička
František Plánička
(1904–1996), Czech professional football player František Pospíšil
František Pospíšil
(born 1944), Czech professional ice hockey player and coach František Procházka (born 1962), Czech ice hockey player František Provazník
František Provazník
(born 1948), Czech Olympic rower František Raboň
František Raboň
(born 1983), Czech professional bicycle road racer František Rajtoral
František Rajtoral
(born 1986), Czech professional football player František Riha (born 1935), Czechoslovak Olympic sprint canoeist František Rint
František Rint
(fl. 19th century), Czech woodcarver, carpenter, and sculptor of bones František Roubík (1890–1974), Czech historian and archivist František Šafránek (1931–1987), Czech professional football player František Schmucker (born 1940), Czech professional football player František Schneider (born 1987), Czech professional football player František Schubert (1894–1940), Czech chess master František Šebej
František Šebej
(born 1947), Slovak politician and academic. František Šimůnek
František Šimůnek
(1910–unknown), Czech Olympic Nordic skier František Skála
František Skála
(born 1956), Czech sculptor, painter, illustrator, musician, and dancer František Škroup
František Škroup
(1801–1862), Czech composer and conductor František Sláma (other), multiple people František Sláma (musician) (1923–2004), Czech chamber music cellist František Šmahel (born 1934), Czech historian of medieval political and intellectual history František Sokol (born 1939), Czech Olympic volleyball player František Šolc (1920–1996), Czech French horn player and teacher František Šorm
František Šorm
(1913–1980), Czech chemist František Štambachr (born 1953), Czech Olympic and professional football player František Šťastný (1927–2000), Czech Grand Prix motorcycle road racer František Šterc (1912–1978), Czech professional football player František Straka
František Straka
(born 1958), Czech professional football player and manager František Šulc (born 1950), Czech Olympic handball player František Sušil
František Sušil
(1804–1868), Moravian Roman Catholic priest and collector of traditional Moravian folk music František Švantner (1912–1950), Slovak writer František Švec (contemporary), Czechoslovak sprint canoeist František Svoboda (1906–1948), Czech professional football player František Svoboda (canoeist) (1904–unknown), Czechoslovak Olympic canoeist František Tikal
František Tikal
(1933–2008), Czech professional ice hockey player František Tomášek
František Tomášek
(1899–1992), Czech cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church in Bohemia František Treybal (1882–1947), Czech chess master František Tůma
František Tůma
(1704–1774), Czech composer of the Baroque period František Udržal
František Udržal
(1866–1938), Czechoslovakian politician from Bohemia; Prime Minister of Czechoslovakia 1929–32 František Václav Míča (1694–1744), Czech composer and orchestra conductor František Vaněček (1891–1945), Czech Olympic gymnast František Velecký
František Velecký
(1934–2003), Slovak actor František Ventura (1894–1969), Czech Olympic horse jumper František Veselý
František Veselý
(1943–2009), Czech professional football player František Vláčil (1924–1999), Czech film director, painter, and graphic artist František Vladislav Hek
František Vladislav Hek
(1769–1847), Czech writer and composer in early phases of the Czech National Revival František Vršovský (born 1933), Czech Olympic sprint canoeist František Vymazal
František Vymazal
(1841–1917), Czech polyglot and language textbook writer František Vyskočil
František Vyskočil
(born 1941), Czech professor of physiology and neurobiology František Wende (1904–1968), Czech ski jumper and Nordic skier František Xaver Dušek (1731–1799), Czech composer, harpsichordist, and pianist František Zajíšek (born 1912), Czech Olympic bobsledder František Záviška
František Záviška
(1879–1945), Czech physicist František Zdeněk Skuherský
František Zdeněk Skuherský
(1830–1892), Czech composer, pedagogue, and theoretician František Ženíšek
František Ženíšek
(1849–1916), Czech painter František Zíta (1909–1977), Czech chess master František Zvarík (1921–2008), Slovak theater and screen actor

Surname

Josef František
Josef František
(1914–1940), Czechoslovak fighter pilot and World War II flying ace

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