Friday, 2 May 2014

Stephen's Variations


"Saint Stephen" by Giacomo Cavedone


Stephen come from the Greek Stephanos which means "crown". Saint Stephen is considered the first Christian martyr. This was the name several of kings of England, Serbia, and Poland, as well as ten popes. It is also the name of the first Christian king of Hungary.


Masculine:

Estavan - Spanish
Esteban - Spanish
Estebe - Basque
Estevão - Portuguese
Estève - Occitan
Esteve - Catalan
Estevo - Galician
Estienne - Medieval French
Étienne - French
Eztebe - Basque
Fane - Romanian
István - Hungarian
Pista - Hungarian
Pisti - Hungarian
Staffan - Swedish
Steafan - Scottish
Steaphan - Scottish
Steenie - Scottish
Štefan - Slovene, Slovak, Croatian
Ştefan - Romanian
Stefan - German, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, Dutch, Polish, Bulgarian, Macedonian, Serbian
Stefano - Italian
Stefanos - Greek

Stefans - Latvian
Stefanu - Slavic
Stefanus - Dutch
Steffan - Welsh
Steffen - German, Danish, Norwegian, Dutch
Štĕpán - Czech
Stepan - Russian, Armenian
Stepane - Georgian
Stephan - German, Dutch
Stéphane - French
Stephanos - Greek
Stephanus - Latin
Steponas - Lithuanian
Stevan - Serbian, Croatian
Steven - English, Dutch
Stevo - Serbian, Croatian
Stiofán - Irish
Stipan - Croatian
Stipe - Croatian
Stipo - Croatian
Stjapan - Croatian, Serbian
Szczepan - Polish
Tahvo - Finnish
Tapani - Finnish
Teppo - Finnish
Tipene - Maori
Feminine:

Estefânia - Portuguese
Estefanía - Spanish
Étiennette - French
Fanni - Finnish, Hungarian
Kekepania - Hawaiian
Štefa - Croatian
Stefana - Dutch
Štefánia - Slovak
Ştefania - Romanian
Stefánia - Hungarian
Stefania - Italian, Polish
Stefanie - German, Dutch, Danish
Štefanija - Slovene, Croatian
Stefanija - Macedonian
Stefcia - Polish
Steffi - German
Štefica - Croatian
Štĕpánka - Czech
STephania - English
Stéphanie - French
Stephanie - English, German


Stephen is ranked #252 in the United States, #307 in England/Wales, and #95 in Ireland.

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