F names, Male, Proto-Indo-European, Virtues/Attributes


Froila is a Galician, Spanish, and Portuguese male name which seems to come from a Gothic source. The first element of the name seems to be derived from Proto-Germanic *frawjô meaning “lord” combined with diminutive suffix *ila.

Origin: Proto-Indo-European



  • Froilán (Spanish)
  • Froilan (Spanish, English)
  • Froylán (Spanish)
  • Fruela (Spanish)
  • Froia (Spanish)


Female forms:

  • Froilana (Spanish)
  • Froiliuba (Spanish)
  • Froileuva (Spanish)


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