Given Name JOOST

GENDER: Masculine
USAGE: Dutch
PRONOUNCED: YO:ST   [details]

Meaning & History

Dutch form of Iudocus (see JOYCE), sometimes used as a diminutive of JUSTUS or JOZEF.
VARIANTS: Jef, Joep, Joop, Joos, Jos, Judocus, Sjef, Zef
DIMINUTIVE: Joos
OTHER LANGUAGES/CULTURES: Iodocus, Iudocus, Jodocus, Judoc, Judocus (Ancient Celtic), Yousef, Youssef, Yusef, Yusuf (Arabic), Hovsep (Armenian), Yusif (Azerbaijani), Joseba (Basque), Joseph, Joses (Biblical), Ioseph, Ioses (Biblical Greek), Yosef (Biblical Hebrew), Ioseph (Biblical Latin), Judoc, Jodoc (Breton), Yosif (Bulgarian), Josep (Catalan), Josip, Joško, Joso, Jozo (Croatian), Josef (Czech), Josef (Danish), Joseph, Joyce, Jo, Joe, Joey, Jojo (English), Jozefo, Joĉjo (Esperanto), Joosep (Estonian), Jooseppi, Juuso (Finnish), Joseph, Juste, Josse (French), Xosé (Galician), Ioseb, Soso (Georgian), Josef, Joseph, Jost, Justus, Jo, Sepp, Seppel (German), Iosif (Greek), Yosef (Hebrew), Josephus (History), József, Jóska, Józsi (Hungarian), Seosamh (Irish), Giuseppe, Beppe, Peppe, Peppi, Peppino, Pino (Italian), Iosephus, Iustus, Justus (Late Roman), Jāzeps (Latvian), Juozapas, Juozas (Lithuanian), Josif (Macedonian), Hohepa (Maori), Josse (Medieval French), Josef (Norwegian), Josèp (Occitan), Józef (Polish), José, , Zezé (Portuguese), Iosif (Romanian), Iosif, Osip (Russian), Seòsaidh (Scottish), Josif (Serbian), Jozef (Slovak), Josip, Jošt, Jožef, Jože (Slovene), José, Josepe, Pepe, Pepito (Spanish), Josef (Swedish), Yusuf (Turkish), Yosyp (Ukrainian), Yusup (Uyghur)
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