Gender Masculine
Usage French, Breton
Pronounced Pron. LAW-EEK(French)  [key·IPA]

Meaning & History

Breton form of Louis.

Related Names

DiminutiveLou(French)
Feminine FormLouise(French)
Other Languages & CulturesKoldobika, Koldo(Basque) Lluís(Catalan) Alojz, Alojzije(Croatian) Alois, Ludvík, Luděk(Czech) Ludvig, Loui(Danish) Lodewijk, Louis, Ludovicus, Lowie(Dutch) Aloysius, Lewis, Louis, Lew, Lou, Louie(English) Ludoviko, Luĉjo(Esperanto) Ludo(Flemish) Hlūdwīg(Frankish) Lois(Galician) Alois, Ludwig, Lutz(German) Chlodovech, Clodovicus, Hludwig, Ludovicus(Germanic) Clovis(History) Alajos, Lajos(Hungarian) Lúðvík(Icelandic) Alaois(Irish) Alvise, Lodovico, Ludovico, Luigi, Aloisio, Gigi, Gino, Luigino, Vico(Italian) Ludvigs, Ludis(Latvian) Liudvikas(Lithuanian) Aloys, Aloysius(Medieval Occitan) Ludvig(Norwegian) Loís(Occitan) Hlūdawīgą(Old Germanic) Alojzy, Ludwik(Polish) Aloísio, Luís, Luisinho(Portuguese) Luiz, Lula(Portuguese (Brazilian)) Alojz(Slovak) Alojz, Alojzij, Ludvik, Lojze(Slovene) Luis, Lucho, Luisito(Spanish) Ludvig, Loui, Love, Lowe, Ludde(Swedish)

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Entry updated July 2, 2017