Gender Masculine
Usage History
Pronounced Pron. KAHN-stən-teen(English)  [key·IPA]

Meaning & History

From the Latin name Constantinus, a derivative of Constans. Constantine the Great (272-337), full name Flavius Valerius Constantinus, was the first Roman emperor to adopt Christianity. He moved the capital of the empire from Rome to Byzantium, which he renamed Constantinople (modern Istanbul).

Related Names

Other Languages & CulturesKostandin(Albanian) Kanstantsin(Belarusian) Konstantin, Kosta, Kostadin(Bulgarian) Constantijn, Stan, Stijn(Dutch) Konstantin(Estonian) Konstantin, Konsta(Finnish) Constantin(French) Konstantine(Georgian) Konstantin(German) Konstadinos, Konstantinos, Costas, Gus, Kostakis, Kostas, Kostis(Greek) Konstantin(Hungarian) Costantino(Italian) Constantinus(Late Roman) Konstantīns(Latvian) Konstantinas, Kostas(Lithuanian) Konstantin, Kosta, Kostadin(Macedonian) Konstanty, Konstantyn(Polish) Constantino(Portuguese) Constantin, Costache, Costel, Costică, Costin, Dinu(Romanian) Konstantin, Kostya(Russian) Konstantin(Serbian) Constantino(Spanish) Kostyantyn(Ukrainian) Cystennin(Welsh)
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Portion of a statue of Constantine the GreatPortion of a statue of Constantine the Great


Entry updated April 5, 2022