'Ferdinand' can also refer to...

August Ferdinand Bernhardi (1769—1820)

August Ferdinand Möbius (1790—1868)

Augustus Ferdinand Brandt (1835—1904) merchant banker

Augustus John Ferdinand Risman (1911—1994) rugby player

Bardamu, Ferdinand

Baron Sir Ferdinand von Mueller (1825—1896) botanist

Bernard Ferdinand Lyot (1897—1952)

C. Y. Ferdinand

Carl Ferdinand Cori (1896—1984)

Carl Ferdinand Howard Henry (1913—2003)

Carl Ferdinand Pohl (1819—1887)

Carl Ferdinand Stelzner (1805—1894)

Carl Louis Ferdinand von Lindemann (1875—1939)

Charles Marie Ferdinand Walsin Esterhazy (1847—1923) traitor and exile

Charles-Ferdinand Ramuz (1878—1947)

Charles-Louis-Ferdinand Dutert (1845—1906)

Columbus, Ferdinand (Colón, Hernando) (1488—1539)

Conrad Ferdinand Meyer (1825—1898)

David Ferdinand Koreff (1783—1851)

David Ferdinand Swenson (1876—1940)

Ferdinand (1861—1948)

Ferdinand Avenarius (1856—1923)

Ferdinand Barbedienne (1810—1892)

Ferdinand Berthoud (1727—1807)

Ferdinand Boberg (1860—1946)

Ferdinand Bol (1616)

Ferdinand Bruckner (1891—1958)

Ferdinand Brunetière (1849—1906)

Ferdinand Brunot (1860—1938)


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1 in Shakespeare's Love's Labour's Lost, the king of Navarre;

2 in his The Tempest, son of Alonso, king of Naples;

3 in Webster's The Duchess of Malfi, the brother of the duchess.

Subjects: Shakespeare Studies and Criticism.

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