Felix

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January 19, 2022

Feliks (Latin felix - gracious, happy) - male name of Latin origin. Female counterparts: Feliksa, Felicja In other languages ​​it is generally adopted as Felix or Felix. In the past, his Polish translation, Szczęsny, was also popular. Name days are celebrated on January 11, January 14, January 30, February 21, March 1, March 18, March 23, March 26, April 16, April 21, April 23, May 10, May 18, May 30, May 31, June 11, June 14, July 12, July 17, July 27, July 29, August 28, August 30, September 1, September 10, September 11, September 22, October 24, November 6, November 20, November 28, December 4, and December 5 . Equivalents in some other languages ​​ Croatian - Srečko Esperanto: Felix Estonian - Veeliks Finnish - Feeliks Lithuanian - Peliksas, Česnys Slovenian - Srecko Hungarian - Bódog

Famous people bearing the name Felix

st. Felix I - Pope st. Felix III - Pope st. Felix IV - Pope st. Felix of Dunwich - Catholic saint, missionary, bishop st. Felix of Cantalice - Italian Capuchin st. Felix of Nicosia - Italian Capuchin st. Felix of Seville - a deacon, martyr from the 3rd century st. Feliks - a martyr from the 3rd / 4th century st. Feliks - a martyr from the 4th century st. Felix of Nola - 3rd century priest of Nola st. Feliks - a soldier, martyr from the 4th century st. Felix of Abitena - 4th century martyr st. Felix of Girona - 4th century martyr Felix Bernstein - German mathematician Felix Baumgartner - made a jump from the stratosphere from 38,969 meters Felix Bloch - Swiss physicist, Nobel Prize winner Feliks Brodowski - a novelist, literary critic Feliks Dzerzhinsky - communist activist, leader of Polrewkom Feliks Falk - Polish film director Felix Hausdorff - German mathematician Feliks Jabłczyński - Polish writer and painter Felix Jaehn - German DJ and music producer Feliks Kiryk - Polish historian, rector of the Pedagogical Academy in Krakow Felix Klein - German mathematician Feliks Kon - Polish communist activist Feliks Koneczny - historian, historian and theater critic Felix Loch - German tobogganer Feliks Krzesiński - Polish dancer and choreographer Felix Magath - German football coach Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy - German composer Felix Neureuther - German alpine skier Feliks Nowowiejski - composer Felix Sandman - Swedish singer Félix Savart - French physicist Félix Savón - Cuban boxer Feliks Stamm - Polish boxing trainer Felix Wankel - German mechanic and designer Feliks Hołowacz - Belarusian politician Félix Houphouët-Boigny - President of the Ivory Coast Felix Kjellberg - Swedish YouTuber

Fictional characters

Felix Polon - the main character of the Polish series "Felix, Net and Nika" by Rafał Kosik Feliks Łukasiewicz - a character from the anime "Axis Power Hetalia" who is the Polish equivalent Feliks Nowak - a character from the series "Klan"

Other Uses

Until 1997, the European Film Award was called Felix Warsaw Feliks Prix ​​Félix - Canadian music awards granted by the Association québécoise de l'industrie du disque, du spectacle et de la vidéo

See also

Saint-Élix

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