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Forename Ιάκωβος

Across the world, Ιάκωβος (Jacques France South Africa Ivory Coast Democratic Republic of the Congo Canada, Jacobus France South Africa Canada Democratic Republic of the Congo Benin, Ιάκωβος Greece) is a very common manly given name. Forename Ιάκωβος is characteristic to France, where it is a common masculine name, South Africa, and Haiti (explore name in all countries). Measured by an absolute frequency it is the most numerous in France, South Africa, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Very seldom, Ιάκωβος is the last name as well as a forename.

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Translations, transliterations and names similar to the name Ιάκωβος

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Jacques South Africa, Canada, Democratic Republic of the Congo, France, Ivory Coast
Jacobus South Africa, Benin, Canada, Democratic Republic of the Congo, France
Ιάκωβος Greece

First name Ιάκωβος in the context

Ιάκωβος is also a prevalent name for the fictitious and mythical characters: Jacques Paganel , the character created by Jules Verne, In Search of the Castaways; Jacques Vingtras , character in L'Insurgé; Judex , character in Judex; Inspector Clouseau , the character in Pink Panther, The Pink Panther and Jacques Strap , the prank call alter ego used by Bart Simpson in the 1990 The Simpsons episode Moaning Lisa (S1, E6), and in many other works.

Notable namesakes

picture of Iakob Tsurtaveli Iakob Tsurtaveli Iakob Tsurtaveli Georgian hagiographer, writer and calligrapher, Georgia (b. 500) link
picture of Giacomo Bianconi Giacomo Bianconi Giacomo Bianconi (b. 1220) link
picture of Jakub Świnka Jakub Świnka Jakub Świnka Polish bishop, 🇵🇱 (b. 1300) link
picture of Yaqub Bua Shpata Yaqub Bua Shpata Yaqub Bua Shpata Albanian politician, Despotate of Arta (b. 1301) link
Jakub Kaszuba (b. 1250) link
James of Hesbaye Franco-Flemish music theorist (b. 1260) link
picture of Jakub Strzemię Jakub Strzemię Jakub Strzemię Polish Roman Catholic Bishop and member of the Order of Friars Minor (b. 1340) link
picture of Ya'qub al-Jarkhi Ya'qub al-Jarkhi Ya'qub al-Jarkhi Sufism (b. 1359) link
picture of Jakub Skarbek z Góry Jakub Skarbek z Góry Jakub Skarbek z Góry (b. 1350) link
Iakovos I of Cyprus King of Cyprus and Armenia, Cyprus (b. 1334) link
Yakub Çelebi 14th-century Ottoman prince, Ottoman Empire (b. 1359) link
Jakub Szydłowiecki (b. 1350) link
Jakub z Korzkwi (b. 1350) link
Jakub z Zaborowa (b. 1350) link
Jakub z Koniecpola Kingdom of Poland (b. 1356) link
Jacobus de Clusa German theologian (b. 1380) link
Jakub z Rogoźna herbu Awdaniec (b. 1388) link
Jakub z Nymburka Czech roman catholic priest (b. 1400) link
Jakub von Stadice Czech farmer, Česko (b. 1400) link
picture of Jakub Szydłowiecki Jakub Szydłowiecki Jakub Szydłowiecki Grand Teasurer of the Crown, Kingdom of Poland (b. 1453) link
Jakub Matějův ze Soběslavi (b. 1400) link
Jakub Parkoszowic 🇵🇱 (b. 1400) link
Jakub z Szadka (b. 1412) link
Jakub Grzymała (b. 1414) link
Jakub Dembiński Kingdom of Poland (b. 1427) link
Jakub Lubbe (b. 1430) link
Jakub Buczacki Kingdom of Poland (b. 1430) link
Jakub Gołyński (b. 1434) link
Jakub Čech Czech watchmaker (b. 1450) link
picture of Jakub Uchański Jakub Uchański Jakub Uchański Archbishop of Poland, Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth (b. 1502) link
Jakub of Gostynin Polish philosopher (b. 1454) link
Jakub Sieklucki Kingdom of Poland (b. 1450) link
Jakub Boner (b. 1450) link
Jakub Romiszewski Kingdom of Poland (b. 1470) link
Jakub Buczacki 🇵🇱 (b. 1470) link
picture of Jakub Krčín Jakub Krčín Jakub Krčín Czech fish farmer, Bohemia (b. 1535) link
picture of Jakub Kunvaldský Jakub Kunvaldský Jakub Kunvaldský (b. 1528) link
Jakub Wedelicki (b. 1480) link
picture of Jakub Wujek Jakub Wujek Jakub Wujek Polish religious writer, Grand Duchy of Lithuania (b. 1541) link
Jakub Potocki Crown of the Kingdom of Poland (b. 1481) link
Струсь Якуб Kingdom of Poland (b. 1490) link
Jakub Milewski POlish bishop (b. 1501) link
Jakub Sienieński Polish nobleman, Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth (b. 1501) link
picture of Jacobus Pontanus Jacobus Pontanus Jacobus Pontanus (b. 1542) link
picture of Jacobus Arminius Jacobus Arminius Jacobus Arminius Dutch theologian, inspirator of Arminianism, champion of tolerance, Dutch Republic (b. 1560) link
Jakub Bieliński polski duchowny rzymskokatolicki, biskup (b. 1514) link
picture of Jakub Potocki Jakub Potocki Jakub Potocki Grand Duchy of Lithuania (b. 1554) link
Jakub Ostroróg Polish politician and nobility, Kingdom of Poland (b. 1516) link
Jakub Przyluski (b. 1512) link
picture of Jacobus Sinapius Jacobus Sinapius Jacobus Sinapius Czech doctor (b. 1575) link
Jakub Górski Polish philosopher, Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth (b. 1525) link
picture of Jakub Zadzik Jakub Zadzik Jakub Zadzik Polish noble and bishop, Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth (b. 1582) link
Jakub Rokossowski Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth (b. 1524) link
picture of Jakub Jacobson Jakub Jacobson Jakub Jacobson (b. 1576) link
picture of Jakub Sobieski Jakub Sobieski Jakub Sobieski Polish noble, Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth (b. 1590) link
Jakub Polak Polish musician, Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth (b. 1540) link
Jakob Janos (b. 1530) link
Jakub Lubelczyk Crown of the Kingdom of Poland (b. 1530) link
Jakub Niemojewski Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth (b. 1532) link
picture of Jakub Papenkowic Jakub Papenkowic Jakub Papenkowic Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth (b. 1582) link
Jakub Pribicer (b. 1539) link
Jacob Lacops (b. 1541) link
Jakub Szach Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth (b. 1541) link
Якуб Претвич Kingdom of Poland (b. 1546) link
Jakub Moller (b. 1550) link
Jakub Menšík z Menštejna‎ (b. 1550) link
Jakub Duchnik (b. 1550) link
Jakub Górecki (b. 1550) link
Jakub Secygniowski Crown of the Kingdom of Poland (b. 1550) link
Jakub Bosgrave (b. 1553) link
Jakub Łempicki Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth (b. 1555) link
Jakub Geranus (b. 1558) link
Jakub Wagner (b. 1560) link
picture of Jakub Jan Vaclav Dobrensky Jakub Jan Vaclav Dobrensky Jakub Jan Vaclav Dobrensky Czech physician and rector (b. 1623) link
Jakub Szweryn (b. 1563) link
Jakub Szczawiński Polish noble, Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth (b. 1577) link
Jakub Gembicki (b. 1569) link
Jakub Janidło (b. 1570) link
Jacob Bassevi Czech nobleman (b. 1580) link
Jakub Bobola Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth (b. 1578) link
Jakub Kryštof Rybnický (b. 1583) link
Jakub Najmanowicz (b. 1584) link
Jakub Górski (b. 1585) link
Jakub Gawath Polish writer, Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth (b. 1598) link
picture of Jakub Kresa Jakub Kresa Jakub Kresa Czech mathematician (b. 1648) link
Jakub Długonikiel mayor of Bytom (b. 1600) link
Jakub Ambrosius Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth (b. 1590) link
Jakub Bydłowski Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth (b. 1600) link
picture of Jakub Zygmunt Rybiński Jakub Zygmunt Rybiński Jakub Zygmunt Rybiński Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth (b. 1650) link
Jakub Michałowski 17th-century Polish noble, Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth (b. 1612) link
picture of James Louis Sobieski James Louis Sobieski James Louis Sobieski Polish prince, France (b. 1667) link
Jakub Haško Slovak bishop (b. 1622) link
picture of Jakub Kazimierz Rubinkowski Jakub Kazimierz Rubinkowski Jakub Kazimierz Rubinkowski (b. 1668) link
Jakub Hieronim Rozdrażewski Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth (b. 1621) link
picture of Jakub Henryk Zerneke Jakub Henryk Zerneke Jakub Henryk Zerneke (b. 1672) link
Jakub Łoś 17th-century Polish-Lithuanian memoirist and military theorist, Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth (b. 1632) link
Jakub Franciszek Dłuski (b. 1624) link
picture of Jakob Ernst von Liechtenstein-Kastelkorn Jakob Ernst von Liechtenstein-Kastelkorn Jakob Ernst von Liechtenstein-Kastelkorn Austrian archbishop, Austria (b. 1690) link
picture of Jakub Dunin Jakub Dunin Jakub Dunin Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth (b. 1680) link
Jakub Barner Polish chemist, Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth (b. 1641) link

Characteristic surnames

Θεοδωρίδης, Κυριακόπουλος, Παπαδόπουλος, Ρωμανίδης, Παπαγιάννης, and Ιακωβίδης