STEFAN
GENDER: Masculine
OTHER SCRIPTS: Стефан (Bulgarian, Macedonian, Serbian)
PRONOUNCED: SHTE-fahn (German), STAY-fahn (Dutch), STE-fahn (Polish)   [key]
Meaning & History
Form of STEPHEN
Related Names
VARIANTS: Steffen (Low German), Stephan (German), Staffan (Swedish), Steffen (Norwegian), Steffen (Danish), Steffen, Stephan, Stefanus, Steven (Dutch), Szczepan (Polish), Stevan, Stjepan (Serbian)
DIMINUTIVES: Stef (Dutch), Stevo (Serbian)
FEMININE FORMS: Stefana (Dutch), Stefania, Stefcia (Polish), Stefanija (Macedonian)
OTHER LANGUAGES: Stephanos (Ancient Greek), Stepan (Armenian), Estebe, Eztebe (Basque), Stephen (Biblical), Stephanos (Biblical Greek), Stephanus (Biblical Latin), Esteve (Catalan), Stjepan, Štefan, Stevan, Stevo, Stipan, Stipe, Stipo (Croatian), Štěpán (Czech), Stephen, Ste, Steph, Steve, Steven, Stevie (English), Tapani, Tahvo, Teppo (Finnish), Étienne, Stéphane (French), Estevo (Galician), Stepane (Georgian), Stefanos, Stephanos (Greek), István, Pista, Pisti (Hungarian), Stefán (Icelandic), Stiofán (Irish), Stefano (Italian), Stefans (Latvian), Steponas (Lithuanian), Tipene (Maori), Estienne (Medieval French), Estève (Occitan), Estevão (Portuguese), Ștefan, Fane (Romanian), Stepan (Russian), Steafan, Steaphan, Steenie (Scottish), Štefan (Slovak), Štefan (Slovene), Esteban, Estavan (Spanish), Steffan (Welsh)
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