Meaning & History
Catalan and Occitan form of PAUL
. It also coincides with the Catalan word for "peace".
OTHER LANGUAGES: Pal, Pali, Pavli (Albanian), Paulinus, Paulus (Ancient Roman), Boulos, Bulus (Arabic), Boghos, Poghos (Armenian), Paul (Biblical), Paulos (Biblical Greek), Paulus (Biblical Latin), Paol (Breton), Pavel (Bulgarian), Paulu (Corsican), Pavao, Pavle, Pavo (Croatian), Pavel (Czech), Paul, Poul, Palle (Danish), Paul, Pauwel (Dutch), Paul, Paulie (English), Paŭlo, Paĉjo (Esperanto), Paavali, Pauli, Paavo (Finnish), Paul (French), Paulo (Galician), Pavle (Georgian), Paul (German), Pavlos (Greek), Pál (Hungarian), Páll (Icelandic), Pól (Irish), Paolino, Paolo (Italian), Pāvils (Latvian), Paulius (Lithuanian), Pavle, Pavel (Macedonian), Paora (Maori), Pål, Paul (Norwegian), Paweł (Polish), Paulino, Paulo, Paulinho (Portuguese), Paul (Romanian), Pavel, Pasha (Russian), Pàl, Pòl (Scottish), Pavle (Serbian), Pavol (Slovak), Pavel (Slovene), Pablo, Paulino (Spanish), Pål, Paul (Swedish), Pavlo (Ukrainian)
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