Judeo-Provençal Submitted Names

Judeo-Provençal names were used by Jews in southern France. See also about Jewish names.
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Alacer m Judeo-Provençal
Judeo-Provençal form of Eliezer.
Aliazar m Judeo-Provençal
Judeo-Provençal form of Eleazar.
Astruc m Judeo-Spanish, Judeo-Provençal, Medieval Jewish, Judeo-Catalan
Derived from Provençal astruc "lucky", ultimately from Greek aster "star" and thus having the extended meaning of "born under a good star".... [more]
Astruga f Judeo-Catalan, Judeo-Spanish, Judeo-Provençal, Medieval Jewish
Feminine form of Astruc. This name was also used as a Judeo-Spanish translation of Mazal.
Avigdor אביגדור m Hebrew (Rare), Judeo-Provençal
In the Bible, the name Avigdor was one of the 6 names of Moses mention in Midrash. In modern times, this name is used as a Hebrew form of Victor.
Bendig m Judeo-Provençal
Judeo-Provençal form of Benedict.
Benedic m Judeo-Provençal
Judeo-Provençal form of Benedict.
Bonafilia f Jewish, Judeo-Spanish (Archaic), Judeo-Provençal (Archaic), Judeo-Catalan (Archaic), Medieval Jewish
Derived from Latin bona, the feminine form of the adjective bonus, "good; kind; noble" and filia "daughter".... [more]
Bonastruc m Judeo-Spanish (Archaic), Judeo-Provençal (Archaic), Judeo-Catalan (Archaic), Medieval Jewish
Combination of bono "good" and Astruc. This name was used as a translation of Gad and Mazal Tov.
Bondia m Judeo-Catalan (Archaic), Judeo-Provençal
Derived from Catalan bon "good" and Franco-Provençal bon "good; right" and Catalan and Old Occitan dia "day".
Bonet m Aragonese, Judeo-Provençal
Aragonese and Judeo-Provençal form of Bonitus.
Bonjuif m Judeo-Provençal
Derived from Old Occitan bon "good" and Middle French juif "Jew".
Carecausa m Judeo-Provençal (Archaic), Medieval Jewish
Derived from Old Occitan cara (a variant of chera) "dear; expensive" and causa "thing" with the intended meaning of "beloved person".
Chera f Judeo-Provençal, Judeo-Spanish, Judeo-Anglo-Norman
Derived from Old French chere, the feminine form of the adjective cher, chier "dear, dearest; expensive; costly; important, noteworthy" as well as a short form of Anchera.
Cresques m Judeo-Provençal (Archaic), Judeo-Catalan (Archaic), Medieval Jewish
Derived from the Catalan adjective creixent "growing", ultimately from the verb créixer “to grow”, this name is a cognate of Crescens. In medieval Occitania, it was used to translate Tzemach.
Deulocresca f Judeo-Provençal (Archaic), Medieval Jewish
Medieval Judeo-Provençal feminine form of Deulecresse.
Deulosal m Judeo-Provençal (Archaic), Judeo-Catalan (Archaic), Medieval Jewish
Means "God save him". It appears to have been used as a translation of Isaiah.
Dolza f Medieval Jewish, Jewish (Archaic), Gascon, Judeo-Provençal
Variant of Dolça. It was recorded in what is modern-day Germany from the 12th century onwards.
Dulcieta f Judeo-Provençal
Derived from Latin dulcis "sweet; (figuratively, of persons) friendly, charming, kind, dear, pleasant, agreeable" combined with a diminutive suffix.
Dulsona f Judeo-Provençal
Derived from Latin dulcis "sweet; (figuratively, of persons) friendly, charming, kind, dear, pleasant, agreeable" combined with a diminutive suffix.
Fagim m Judeo-Provençal (Archaic), Judeo-Catalan (Archaic), Medieval Jewish
Possibly a Judeo-Catalan or Judeo-Provençal vernacular form of Hayyim, reflecting the local pronunciation in medieval Occitania.
Gerson m Catalan (Rare), Portuguese (Brazilian), Portuguese (African), Judeo-Provençal
Catalan and Judeo-Provençal form of Gershon and African and Brazilian Portuguese variant of Gérson.
Jaziquet m Judeo-Provençal
Judeo-Provençal variant of Isaac.
Kalonymus קלונימוס m Late Greek (Latinized), Jewish, Judeo-Provençal (Archaic)
Errant latinization (or just a semi-latinization) of the Greek given name Kalonymos. The proper and full latinization of the name is Calonymus.
Mazalta f Jewish, Judeo-Provençal (Rare), Judeo-Spanish
Most likely derived from the Hebrew expression mazal tov "good fortune".
Mordecaix m Judeo-Provençal (Archaic), Medieval Jewish
Medieval Judeo-Provençal variant of Mordechai.
Mossé m Judeo-Catalan, Judeo-Provençal
Catalan and Provençal form of Moses.
Reina f Judeo-Catalan, Judeo-Provençal, Judeo-Spanish, Manx
Judeo-Catalan, Judeo-Provençal, Judeo-Spanish and Manx cognate of Regina. As a Judeo-Catalan, Judeo-Provençal and Judeo-Spanish name, it was used as an equivalent of Ceti and a translation of Malka in the Middle Ages.
Saconet m Judeo-Provençal
Judeo-Provençal variant of Isaac.