Gender Masculine
Scripts Павел(Russian, Bulgarian, Macedonian, Belarusian)
Pronounced Pron. PA-vyil(Russian)
PA-vehl(Czech)
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Meaning & History

Russian, Czech, Bulgarian, Slovene, Macedonian and Belarusian form of Paul.

Related Names

VariantsPavle(Macedonian) Paviel, Paval(Belarusian)
DiminutivePasha(Russian)
Other Languages & CulturesPal, Pali, Pavli(Albanian) Paulus(Ancient Roman) Boulos, Bulus(Arabic) Boghos, Poghos(Armenian) Paul(Biblical) Paulos(Biblical Greek) Paulus(Biblical Latin) Paol(Breton) Pau, Pol(Catalan) Paulu(Corsican) Pavao, Pavle, Pavo(Croatian) Paul, Poul, Palle(Danish) Paul(Dutch) Paul, Paulie(English) Paŭlo, Paĉjo(Esperanto) Paul, Paavo(Estonian) Páll(Faroese) Pauli, Paavali, Paavo(Finnish) Pauwel(Flemish) Paul(French) Paulo(Galician) Pavle(Georgian) Paul(German) Pavlos(Greek) Pál(Hungarian) Páll(Icelandic) Pól(Irish) Paolo(Italian) Pauls, Pāvels, Pāvils(Latvian) Paulius(Lithuanian) Pawlu(Maltese) Paora(Maori) Pål, Paul(Norwegian) Pau(Occitan) Paweł(Polish) Paulo, Paulinho, Ronaldinho(Portuguese) Paul(Romanian) Pàulu(Sardinian) Pàl, Pòl(Scottish Gaelic) Pavle(Serbian) Pavol(Slovak) Pablo(Spanish) Pål, Paul(Swedish) Pavlo(Ukrainian)
Surname DescendantsPavlov(Bulgarian) Pavlov, Pavlovsky(Russian)

Popularity

Name Days

Bulgaria: June 29
Czechia: June 29
Romania: January 15
Romania: March 10
Romania: June 11
Romania: June 12
Romania: June 29
Romania: November 6

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Entry updated February 4, 2020