PRONOUNCED: PAHR-ha-lawn [key]
Meaning & History
Meaning unknown, possibly from BARTHOLOMEW
. In Irish legend he was the first man on Ireland after the biblical flood.
OTHER LANGUAGES: Bartholomew (Biblical), Bartholomaios (Biblical Greek), Bartholomeus (Biblical Latin), Bartomeu (Catalan), Bartolomej, Bartol (Croatian), Bartoloměj (Czech), Bart, Bartel, Bartholomeus, Mees, Mies (Dutch), Bart, Bartholomew, Tolly (English), Perttu (Finnish), Barthélémy (French), Bartolomeu (Galician), Bartholomäus (German), Bartal, Bertalan, Bertók (Hungarian), Bartolomeo (Italian), Bartek, Bartłomiej, Bartosz (Polish), Bartolomeu (Portuguese), Varfolomei, Varfolomey (Russian), Bartolomej (Serbian), Bartolomej (Slovak), Jernej, Nejc (Slovene), Bartolomé (Spanish) |