Given Name COLIN (2)

GENDER: Masculine
USAGE: English
PRONOUNCED: KAHL-in  [details]

Meaning & History

Medieval diminutive of Col, a short form of NICHOLAS.
VARIANT: Collin
FEMININE FORMS: Nichole, Nicola, Nicole, Nikole, Nichola
OTHER LANGUAGES/CULTURES: Nicolaus, Nikolaos (Ancient Greek), Nikola (Basque), Nikola, Nikolai, Nikolay (Bulgarian), Nicolau (Catalan), Nikola (Croatian), Mikuláš, Mikoláš, Mikula, Nikola (Czech), Niklas, Nikolaj, Claus, Klaus, Nels, Niels, Nils (Danish), Nicolaas, Nikolaas, Klaas, Nick, Nico, Niek (Dutch), Nikolao, Niĉjo (Esperanto), Nigul (Estonian), Niklas, Klaus, Niilo, Niko (Finnish), Nicolas (French), Kai, Klaes (Frisian), Nicolau (Galician), Nikoloz, Nika, Niko, Nikusha (Georgian), Niklas, Nikolaus, Claus, Klaus, Nickolaus, Nico, Nicolaus, Niko (German), Niklaus (German (Swiss)), Nicolaos, Nikolaos, Nik, Nikolas, Nikos (Greek), Miklós, Kolos, Miksa (Hungarian), Nioclás (Irish), Niccolò, Nicola, Nico, Nicolao, Nicolò (Italian), Nikolajs (Latvian), Klaos (Limburgish), Klaas (Low German), Nikola (Macedonian), Nikora (Maori), Col, Nichol, Nicol (Medieval English), Niklas, Klaus, Nils (Norwegian), Mikołaj (Polish), Nicolau, Nico (Portuguese), Nicolae, Neculai, Nicu, Nicușor (Romanian), Nikolai, Nikolay (Russian), Neacel, Nichol, Nicol (Scottish), Nikola (Serbian), Mikuláš (Slovak), Miklavž, Nikola, Nikolaj, Nik, Niko (Slovene), Nicolás, Nico (Spanish), Niklas, Claes, Klas, Nils (Swedish), Mykola (Ukrainian)
SAME SPELLING: Colin (1)

Categories

black history, diminutives, medieval
Entry updated October 30, 2011