PRONOUNCED: MAH-tyahsh [key]
Meaning & History
Hungarian form of MATTHIAS
. This was the name of two Hungarian kings.
OTHER LANGUAGES: Matia (Basque), Matthias, Matthew (Biblical), Matthias, Matthaios (Biblical Greek), Mattityahu (Biblical Hebrew), Matthias, Mattheus (Biblical Latin), Matey (Bulgarian), Mateu (Catalan), Matija, Mate, Matej, Mateo, Matko, Mato (Croatian), Matěj, Matyáš, Matouš (Czech), Mathias, Mads, Matthias (Danish), Matthias, Matthijs, Thijs, Ties (Dutch), Mat, Mathew, Matt, Matthew, Mattie, Matty (English), Matias, Matti (Finnish), Mathias, Mathis, Matthias, Mathieu, Matthieu (French), Mate (Georgian), Mathias, Mathis, Matthias, Mattias, Matthäus (German), Matthias (Greek), Makaio (Hawaiian), Mattithyahu, Mattityahu (Hebrew), Maitiú (Irish), Mattia, Matteo (Italian), Matas (Lithuanian), Matej (Macedonian), Mathias, Mats, Matteus, Matthias (Norwegian), Maciej, Mateusz (Polish), Matias, Mateus (Portuguese), Matheus (Portuguese (Brazilian)), Matei (Romanian), Matfey, Matvei, Matvey, Motya (Russian), Mateja, Matija (Serbian), Matej, Matúš (Slovak), Matija, Matjaž, Matej, Matevž, Matic, Tjaž (Slovene), Matías, Mateo (Spanish), Mathias, Mattias, Mats, Matteus, Matthias (Swedish)
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