Gender Masculine
Pronounced Pron. BAZ-ə
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Meaning & History

Chiefly British diminutive of Barry or Basil 1.

Related Names

VariantBaz
Other Languages & CulturesVasil(Albanian) Basileios, Basilius(Ancient Greek) Vasil(Belarusian) Vasil, Vasko(Bulgarian) Pasi(Finnish) Basile(French) Vasil, Vaso(Georgian) Vasileios, Vasilios, Vasilis, Vassilis(Greek) Bairre, Barra, Barry, Finbar, Bairrfhionn, Fionnbharr(Irish) Basilio(Italian) Vasilijus(Lithuanian) Vasil, Vasko(Macedonian) Barrfind, Finnbarr(Old Irish) Wasyl, Bazyli(Polish) Vasile, Vasilică(Romanian) Vasili, Vasiliy, Vasily, Vassily, Wassily, Vaska, Vasya(Russian) Vasilije, Vaso(Serbian) Basilio(Spanish) Vasyl(Ukrainian) Berwyn(Welsh)

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Entry updated April 25, 2021