Gender Masculine
Usage Occitan

Meaning & History

Occitan form of Stephen.

Related Names

Other Languages & CulturesStephanos(Ancient Greek) Stepan(Armenian) Estebe, Eztebe(Basque) Stephen(Biblical) Stephanos(Biblical Greek) Stephanus(Biblical Latin) Stefan(Bulgarian) Esteve(Catalan) Stefanu(Corsican) Stjepan, Stevo, Stipan, Stipe, Stipo(Croatian) Štěpán(Czech) Stefan, Steffen(Danish) Stefan, Steffen, Stephan, Stef, Stefanus, Steven(Dutch) Stephen, Ste, Steph, Steve, Steven, Stevie(English) Tahvo, Tapani, Teppo(Finnish) Étienne, Stéphane(French) Estevo(Galician) Stepane(Georgian) Stefan, Stephan(German) Stefanos, Stephanos(Greek) István, Pista, Pisti(Hungarian) Stefán(Icelandic) Stiofán, Steafán(Irish) Stefano(Italian) Stefans(Latvian) Steponas(Lithuanian) Steffen(Low German) Stefan, Stevo(Macedonian) Tipene(Maori) Estienne(Medieval French) Stefan, Steffen(Norwegian) Stefan, Szczepan, Stefek(Polish) Estevão(Portuguese) Ștefan, Fane(Romanian) Stepan(Russian) Steenie(Scots) Steaphan(Scottish Gaelic) Stefan, Stevan, Stevo, Stjepan(Serbian) Štefan(Slovak) Štefan(Slovene) Esteban(Spanish) Stefan, Staffan(Swedish) Stepan(Ukrainian) Steffan(Welsh)
Same SpellingEsteve

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Entry updated January 25, 2013