Gender Masculine
Pronounced Pron. TEE-mo(Finnish, German, Dutch)
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Meaning & History

Finnish, Estonian, German and Dutch short form of Timotheus (see Timothy).

Related Names

VariantsTim(German) Tim(Dutch)
Other Languages & CulturesTimoteus, Timotheos(Ancient Greek) Tsimafei(Belarusian) Timothy(Biblical) Timotheos(Biblical Greek) Timotheus(Biblical Latin) Timotei(Bulgarian) Tim(Danish) Timothy, Tim, Timmy(English) Timothée, Timothé(French) Timoteo(Italian) Timotej(Macedonian) Timoti(Maori) Tim(Norwegian) Tymoteusz(Polish) Timoteo(Portuguese) Timotei(Romanian) Timofei, Timofey(Russian) Timotej(Slovak) Timotej, Tim(Slovene) Timoteo(Spanish) Tim(Swedish) Tymofiy(Ukrainian)
Same SpellingTimo 2, Timo 3

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Name Days

Estonia: May 8
Finland: May 9

Entry updated November 20, 2020