NIKOLAJ
GENDER: Masculine
USAGE: Danish, Slovene
Meaning & History
Danish and Slovene form of NICHOLAS
Related Names
VARIANTS: Nikolaus (Danish), Miklavž, Nikola (Slovene)
DIMINUTIVES: Niels (Danish), Nik, Niko (Slovene)
FEMININE FORM: Nika (Slovene)
OTHER LANGUAGES: Nicolaus, Nikolaos (Ancient Greek), Nikola (Basque), Nikola, Nikolai, Nikolay (Bulgarian), Nicolau (Catalan), Nikola, Nikica, Niko, Nikša (Croatian), Mikuláš, Mikoláš, Mikula, Nikola (Czech), Nicolaas, Nikolaas, Kai, Klaas, Nick, Nico, Niek (Dutch), Nicholas, Colin, Collin, Nic, Nick, Nickolas, Nicky, Nikolas (English), Nikolao, Niĉjo (Esperanto), Nigul (Estonian), Niklas, Kai, Klaus, Launo, Niilo, Niko, Nikolaus (Finnish), Nicholas, Nicolas (French), Kai, Kay, Klaes (Frisian), Nicolau (Galician), Nikoloz, Nika, Nikusha (Georgian), Nicolaus, Nikolaus, Claus, Kai, Kay, Klaus, Nickolaus, Nico (German), Niklaus (German (Swiss)), Nicolaos, Nikolaos, Nikolas (Greek), Miklós, Nikola, Miksa (Hungarian), Nioclás (Irish), Niccolò, Nicola, Nicolò, Nico (Italian), Nikolajs (Latvian), Klaos (Limburgish), Klaas (Low German), Nikola, Nikolche (Macedonian), Col (Medieval English), Cai, Caj, Kai, Kaj, Kay, Klaus, Nikolaus, Nils (Norwegian), Mikołaj (Polish), Nicolau, Nico (Portuguese), Nicolae, Neculai, Nicu, Nicușor (Romanian), Nikolai, Nikolay, Kolya (Russian), Neacel, Nicol, Nichol (Scottish), Nikola, Nikica (Serbian), Mikuláš (Slovak), Nicolao, Nicolás, Nico (Spanish), Niklas, Cai, Caj, Claes, Kai, Kaj, Kay, Klas, Nels, Nikolaus, Nils (Swedish), Mykola (Ukrainian)
Popularity
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