1 definition by brendabeeeee!

Top Definition
Spanish for Phillip, originally comes from the greek Philippos or "friend/defender of the horses" as those who were the friends/defenders of horses were often kings and conquerors. Often males named Felipe are strong-willed; committed; proud, sometimes to the point of fault; masculine, without being a total jerk about it; organized, even if others don't see it, they have their system; practical, because Felipe doesn't get too bogged down with idealism and often seeks the best solution for the most people; intellectual, sometimes even a bit nerdy, but Felipe never forgets to apply his knowledge as opposed to simply contemplating all day;witty, because he loves to argue, often to understand a complicated issue, Felipe develops quite a verbal repertoire and his colleagues and subordinates know it; slow to anger, but fierce when angry, you don't want to piss him off! remember Bill Bixby in the Incredible Hulk? ; athletic, because he usually has some sport or activity that keeps him in motion, particularly if the activity is highly competitive and strength building (many top athletes are named Felipe); sociable, Felipe always has male and female friends because who isn't attracted to intelligent, witty and athletic people?; sexy, because strong, committed, leaders are always sexy
Phillip II of Macedon, father of Alexander the Great, was a well-known king. many kings and heads of state throughout history have been known as Phillip, Philip, Felipe, or Phillippe probably because it was a popular name among the upper classes, and thus occasionally mocked by those seeking to overturn those in power. Nevertheless, the name Felipe or any of its variants is a name that one must live up to if one is given it to continue its proud heritage
by brendabeeeee! July 16, 2009

Free Daily Email

Type your email address below to get our free Urban Word of the Day every morning!

Emails are sent from daily@urbandictionary.com. We'll never spam you.

×