Gender Masculine
Pronounced Pron. ma-TEH-uws
  [key·IPA]

Meaning & History

German form of Matthew, used to refer to the evangelist and apostle also known as Levi.

Related Names

Other Languages & CulturesMatevos(Armenian) Matia(Basque) Mattaniah, Matthew, Mattithiah, Matthias(Biblical) Matthaios, Matthias(Biblical Greek) Mattanyahu, Mattithyahu, Mattityahu(Biblical Hebrew) Mattheus, Matthias(Biblical Latin) Matey(Bulgarian) Mateu(Catalan) Matej, Mateo, Mate, Matija, Matko, Mato(Croatian) Matouš, Matěj, Matyáš(Czech) Mads, Mathias(Danish) Mathijs, Matthias, Matthijs, Thijs, Ties, Tijs(Dutch) Matthew, Mat, Mathew, Matt, Mattie, Matty(English) Mati, Madis, Mattias(Estonian) Matti, Matias(Finnish) Matéo, Mathéo, Mathieu, Mattéo, Matthieu, Mathias, Mathis, Mathys, Matis, Matthias(French) Mate(Georgian) Matthaios(Greek) Makaio(Hawaiian) Mattityahu(Hebrew) Máté, Mátyás(Hungarian) Matthías(Icelandic) Maitiú(Irish) Matteo, Mattia(Italian) Matīss(Latvian) Matas, Motiejus(Lithuanian) Matej(Macedonian) Matheo, Matteus, Mathias, Mats, Mattis(Norwegian) Mateusz, Maciej(Polish) Mateus, Matias(Portuguese) Matheus(Portuguese (Brazilian)) Matei(Romanian) Matvei, Matvey, Matfey, Motya(Russian) Mateja, Matija(Serbian) Matúš, Matej(Slovak) Matej, Matevž, Matic, Matija, Matjaž, Tjaž(Slovene) Mateo, Matías(Spanish) Matheo, Matteus, Mathias, Mats, Mattias, Mattis, Matts(Swedish) Matviy(Ukrainian)

Entry updated November 20, 2020