Meaning & History
Czech form of MATTHIAS
, used to refer to the apostle chosen to replace Judas Iscariot.
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), 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), Mátyás, Máté (Hungarian), 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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