English name meaning 'prince'
The word came to England via Old French prince = 'prince', 'noble lord' (12c.), from Latin princeps = 'first man', 'chief leader', 'ruler', 'sovereign', which is a noun use of an adjective meaning 'that takes first', from primus = 'first' (see Primus) and the root of capere = 'to take' 
For female forms see Princess
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