MIKSA
GENDER: Masculine
USAGE: Hungarian
Meaning & History
Originally a diminutive of MIKLÓS or MIHÁLY. It is now used independently, or asa Hungarian form of MAXIMILIAN.
Related Names
VARIANTS: Misi, Miska
OTHER LANGUAGES: Maximianus, Maximilianus, Maximinus, Maximus (Ancient Roman), Maksim, Maxim (Belarusian), Miho, Mijo, Nikica, Niko, Nikša (Croatian), Maxmilián (Czech), Claus, Klaus, Maximilian, Max, Niels (Danish), Klaas, Maximiliaan, Mick, Nick, Nico, Niek, Max (Dutch), Maximilian, Mick, Mickey, Micky, Mike, Mikey, Nic, Nick, Nicky, Colin, Collin, Max, Maximillian (English), Miĉjo, Niĉjo (Esperanto), Klaus, Mika, Mikko, Miska, Launo, Niilo, Niko (Finnish), Maxime, Maximilien (French), Misho, Nika, Nikusha (Georgian), Claus, Klaus, Maximilian, Michel, Michi, Nico, Max (German), Massimiliano, Massimo, Nico (Italian), Klaas (Low German), Maksim, Nikolche (Macedonian), Col (Medieval English), Klaus, Maximilian, Max, Nils (Norwegian), Maksym, Maksymilian (Polish), Maximiano, Maximiliano, Maximino, Miguelito, Nico (Portuguese), Mihăiță, Nicu, Nicușor (Romanian), Kolya, Maksim, Maksimilian, Maxim, Misha, Maks (Russian), Mijo, Nikica (Serbian), Maximilián (Slovak), Miha, Nik, Niko (Slovene), Maximiano, Maximiliano, Maximino, Máximo, Miguelito, Nico (Spanish), Maximilian, Claes, Klas, Max, Nels, Nils (Swedish), Maksim, Maksym, Maxim (Ukrainian), Macsen, Maxen (Welsh)