Gender: Masculine
Origin: Latin
Meaning: “craftsman.”

A French form of the Latin cognomen Fabricius, it is derived from faber (craftsman, smith). It was borne by Roman general and statesman Gaius Fabricius Luscinus (3rd-century).

Currently, Fabrice is the 433rd most popular male name in Quebec, Canada (2010).

Other forms of the name include:

  • Fabrice (French)
  • Fabricien (French)
  • Fabríciusz (Hungarian)
  • Brizio (Italian)
  • Fabrizio (Italian)
  • Fabricius (Latin)
  • Fabrycy (Polish)
  • Fabricio (Portuguese/Spanish)
  • Fabritziu (Sardinian)
Feminine forms include:
  • Fabricienne (French)
  • Brizia (Italian)
  • Fabrizia (Italian)
  • Fabricia (Portuguese/Spanish)

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