Gender Masculine
Usage Spanish
Pronounced Pron. PA-blo
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Meaning & History

Spanish form of Paulus (see PAUL). Spanish painter and sculptor Pablo Picasso (1881-1973) was a famous bearer of this name.

Related Names

Other Languages & CulturesPal, Pali, Pavli(Albanian) Paulus(Ancient Roman) Boulos, Bulus(Arabic) Boghos, Poghos(Armenian) Pavel, Paviel, Paval(Belarusian) Paul(Biblical) Paulos(Biblical Greek) Paulus(Biblical Latin) Paol(Breton) Pavel(Bulgarian) Pau, Pol(Catalan) Paulu(Corsican) Pavao, Pavle, Pavo(Croatian) Pavel(Czech) Paul, Poul, Palle(Danish) Paul, Pauwel(Dutch) Paul, Paulie(English) Paŭlo, Paĉjo(Esperanto) Paul, Paavo(Estonian) Páll(Faroese) Pauli, Paavali, Paavo(Finnish) Paul(French) Paulo(Galician) Pavle(Georgian) Paul(German) Pavlos(Greek) Pál(Hungarian) Páll(Icelandic) Pól(Irish) Paolo(Italian) Pauls, Pāvels, Pāvils(Latvian) Paulius(Lithuanian) Pavle, Pavel(Macedonian) Pawlu(Maltese) Paora(Maori) Pål, Paul(Norwegian) Pau(Occitan) Paweł(Polish) Paulo, Paulinho(Portuguese) Paul(Romanian) Pavel, Pasha(Russian) Pàulu(Sardinian) Pàl, Pòl(Scottish) Pavle(Serbian) Pavol(Slovak) Pavel(Slovene) Pål, Paul(Swedish) Pavlo(Ukrainian)

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Images

Pablo Picasso in a self-portrait (1907)Pablo Picasso in a self-portrait (1907)

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Entry updated July 2, 2017