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Gender Masculine
Usage Spanish, Czech
Pronounced Pron. seh-bas-TYAN(Spanish)
SEH-bas-ti-yan(Czech)
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Meaning & History

Spanish and Czech form of Sebastianus (see SEBASTIAN).

Related Names

VariantsSebastian, Šebestián(Czech)
Feminine FormSebastiana(Spanish)
Other Languages & CulturesSebastijan(Croatian) Sebastian(Danish) Sebastiaan, Bas, Bastiaan(Dutch) Sebastian(English) Sebastian, Sepi, Seppo(Finnish) Seppe(Flemish) Sébastien, Bastien(French) Sebastian, Bastian(German) Sebestyén, Szebasztián(Hungarian) Sebastiano(Italian) Sebastianus(Late Roman) Sebastian(Norwegian) Sebastian(Polish) Sebastião(Portuguese) Sebastian(Romanian) Sevastian, Sevastyan(Russian) Sebastijan, Sebastjan, Boštjan(Slovene) Sebastian(Swedish)
User SubmissionSebastían

Popularity

People think this name is

classic   mature   formal   upper class   urban   devious   strong   refined   complex   serious   nerdy  

Name Days

Germany: January 20 (as Sebastian)
Poland: January 20 (as Sebastian)
Poland: January 30 (as Sebastian)
Poland: February 8 (as Sebastian)
Poland: December 31 (as Sebastian)
Sweden: January 20 (as Sebastian)

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