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Gender Masculine
Usage Esperanto
Pronounced Pron. NEE-chyo
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Meaning & History

Esperanto diminutive of NICHOLAS.
Other Languages & CulturesNicolaus, Nikolaos(Ancient Greek) Nikola(Basque) Nikola, Nikolai, Nikolay(Bulgarian) Nicolau(Catalan) Nikola, Nikica, Niko, Nikša(Croatian) Mikuláš, Mikoláš, Mikula, Nikola(Czech) Niklas, Nikolaj, Claus, Kai, Klaus, Nels, Niels, Nils(Danish) Nicolaas, Nikolaas, Kai, Klaas, Nick, Nico, Niek(Dutch) Nicholas, Colin, Collin, Nic, Nick, Nickolas, Nicky, Nik, Nikolas(English) Nigul(Estonian) Niklas, Kai, Klaus, Launo, Niilo, Niko(Finnish) Nicolas(French) Kai, Kay, Klaes(Frisian) Nicolau(Galician) Nikoloz, Nika, Niko, Nikusha(Georgian) Niklas, Nikolaus, Claus, Kai, 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, Nikolče, Nikolche(Macedonian) Nikora(Maori) Nichol, Nicol, Col(Medieval English) Niklas, Kai, Klaus, Nils(Norwegian) Mikołaj(Polish) Nicolau, Nico(Portuguese) Nicolae, Neculai, Nicu, Nicușor(Romanian) Nikolai, Nikolay, Kolya(Russian) Neacel, Nichol, Nicol(Scottish) Nikola, Nikica(Serbian) Mikuláš(Slovak) Miklavž, Nikola, Nikolaj, Nik, Niko(Slovene) Nicolás, Nico(Spanish) Niklas, Claes, Kai, Klas, Nils(Swedish) Mykola(Ukrainian)
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