Gender Masculine
Pronounced Pron. EHS-teh-beh
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Meaning & History

Basque form of STEPHEN.

Related Names

VariantEstebe
Other Languages & CulturesStephanos(Ancient Greek) Stepan(Armenian) 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) Tapani, Tahvo, Teppo(Finnish) Étienne, Stéphane(French) Estevo(Galician) Stepane(Georgian) Stefan, Stephan(German) Stefanos, Stephanos(Greek) István, Pista, Pisti(Hungarian) Stefán(Icelandic) Stiofán(Irish) Stefano(Italian) Stefans(Latvian) Steponas(Lithuanian) Steffen(Low German) Stefan, Stevo(Macedonian) Tipene(Maori) Estienne(Medieval French) Stefan, Steffen(Norwegian) Estève(Occitan) Stefan, Szczepan, Stefek(Polish) Estevão(Portuguese) Ștefan, Fane(Romanian) Stepan(Russian) Steafan, Steaphan, Steenie(Scottish) Stefan, Stevan, Stevo, Stjepan(Serbian) Štefan(Slovak) Štefan(Slovene) Esteban(Spanish) Staffan, Stefan(Swedish) Stepan(Ukrainian) Steffan(Welsh)

Entry updated November 20, 2020