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Forename Микола

In the world, Микола (Микола Ukraine Russia Azerbaijan Poland, Nikola Serbia Croatia Czechia North Macedonia Bosnia and Herzegovina, Mykola Bosnia and Herzegovina Bulgaria Germany United States) is a very common male given name. First name Микола is habitual to Ukraine, where it is an extremely common manly name, Serbia, and Montenegro, where it is a very common male name (explore name in all countries). Measured by an absolute frequency it commonest in Ukraine, Serbia, and Croatia. Very seldom, Микола is the last name as well as a forename.

Translations, transliterations and names similar to the name Микола

name Nikoloz, name Mikalay, name Nicholas, name Nikolayevich, name Aleksandrovich, name Miklos, name Niccolò, name Nicolaas, name Nicolas, name Nicolaus, name Nikolajs, name Nikolaj, name Andreyevich, name Nicolay, name Nicolau, name Nicos, name Nicu, name Niels, name Nikolaevich, name Nikolaï, name Nicolino, name Микола, name Nikolas, name Nikolaos, name Nicolae, name Mikuláš, name Mykoła, name Nikolos, name Mikołaj, name Mikalaj, name Miklavž, name Nikolass, name Nicolò, name Nikolaus, name Nikolajus, name Mikalai, name Mikławš, name Miklós, name Mikola, name Mikałaj, name Nikolai, name Nikolay, name Nikolaz, name Nikola, name Nicolai, name Nicolaes, name Nickel, name Nicolo, name Nicolás, name Alexandrovich, name Nikolao, name Nikolai, Nikolaj, name Mykola, name Ivanovich
VARIANTCOUNTRY
Микола Ukraine, Poland, Azerbaijan, Russia
Nikola North Macedonia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Serbia, Czechia
Mykola Bulgaria, Germany, Bosnia and Herzegovina, United States
Mikola United States, Croatia, Finland, Germany

First name Микола in the context

Микола is also a popular name for the fictitious and mythical characters: Nicholai Zinoviev , the fictional character from the video game series Resident Evil, Resident Evil 3; Nikolai Rostov , the fictional character from War and Peace; Prince Nikolay Bolkonsky , the father of Prince Andrey Bolkonsky, War and Peace; Nikolai Sergueych Ikhmenev , the character from Dostoyevsky's Humiliated and Insulted and Vogue , the Image Universe comic book character, and in many other works.

Notable namesakes

Nicolas Russian metropolitan bishop (b. 1050) link
Nikolaos of Otranto Greek abbot, Byzantine Empire (b. 1155) link
Nicholas I, Count of Tecklenburg Count of Tecklenburg (b. 1300) link
Цибулька, Николай (b. 1380) link
picture of Mikalojus Radvila the Old Mikalojus Radvila the Old Mikalojus Radvila the Old Lithuanian noble, Grand Duchy of Lithuania (b. 1450) link
Mikołaj Kościelecki Polish governor, Kingdom of Poland (b. 1405) link
picture of Mikołaj Kamieniecki Mikołaj Kamieniecki Mikołaj Kamieniecki Polish noble, 🇵🇱 (b. 1460) link
picture of Mikołaj II Radziwiłł Mikołaj II Radziwiłł Mikołaj II Radziwiłł Lithuanian noble, Grand Duchy of Lithuania (b. 1470) link
picture of Mikołaj Hussowczyk Mikołaj Hussowczyk Mikołaj Hussowczyk Polish priest and Latin-language poet, Grand Duchy of Lithuania (b. 1480) link
Nicholas Pal Dukagjini Albanian noble (b. 1450) link
Mikołaj Kościelecki roman-catholic bishop, Kingdom of Poland (b. 1450) link
picture of Nicholas Salos of Pskov Nicholas Salos of Pskov Nicholas Salos of Pskov Russian saint, Tsardom of Russia (b. 1501) link
Nicolaus Haberschrack Polish painter and iconographer, 🇵🇱 (b. 1454) link
picture of Mikołaj "the Red" Radziwiłł Mikołaj "the Red" Radziwiłł Mikołaj "the Red" Radziwiłł Great Hetman of Lithuania, Grand Duchy of Lithuania (b. 1512) link
picture of Mikołaj Radziwiłł Czarny Mikołaj Radziwiłł Czarny Mikołaj Radziwiłł Czarny Lithuanian noble, Grand Duchy of Lithuania (b. 1515) link
Nikolai Bulev Tsardom of Russia (b. 1465) link
Mikalojus Iljiničius Grand Duchy of Lithuania (b. 1470) link
Mikołaj Mniszech Kingdom of Poland (b. 1484) link
Mikalojus Kosceleckis Kingdom of Poland (b. 1485) link
picture of Mikołaj VII Radziwiłł Mikołaj VII Radziwiłł Mikołaj VII Radziwiłł Polish-Lithuanian noble, Grand Duchy of Lithuania (b. 1546) link
picture of Nicolaus Taurellus Nicolaus Taurellus Nicolaus Taurellus German philosopher (b. 1547) link
picture of Mikołaj Zebrzydowski Mikołaj Zebrzydowski Mikołaj Zebrzydowski Polish noble, Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth (b. 1553) link
picture of Mikołaj Oleśnicki the younger Mikołaj Oleśnicki the younger Mikołaj Oleśnicki the younger Polish noble, Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth (b. 1558) link
picture of Mikołaj Sapieha Mikołaj Sapieha Mikołaj Sapieha Polish noble, Grand Duchy of Lithuania (b. 1558) link
Mikołaj Pac Kingdom of Poland (b. 1500) link
Mikołaj Narbutt Grand Duchy of Lithuania (b. 1500) link
picture of Mikołaj Firlej Mikołaj Firlej Mikołaj Firlej Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth (b. 1550) link
picture of Mikołaj Pac Mikołaj Pac Mikołaj Pac roman-catholic bishop, Grand Duchy of Lithuania (b. 1570) link
Mikołaj Potocki Kingdom of Poland (b. 1517) link
Mikołaj Pac roman-catholic bishop, Grand Duchy of Lithuania (b. 1527) link
picture of Mikołaj Sapieha Mikołaj Sapieha Mikołaj Sapieha Polish-Lithuanian politician, Grand Duchy of Lithuania (b. 1581) link
Mikołaj Kiszka Grand Duchy of Lithuania (b. 1524) link
Mikołaj Herburt Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth (b. 1524) link
picture of Mikołaj Łęczycki Mikołaj Łęczycki Mikołaj Łęczycki Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth (b. 1574) link
picture of Mikołaj Ostroróg Mikołaj Ostroróg Mikołaj Ostroróg Polish-Lithuanian noble, Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth (b. 1593) link
picture of Mikołaj Potocki Mikołaj Potocki Mikołaj Potocki Polish noble, Grand Duchy of Lithuania (b. 1595) link
picture of Mikołaj Skrzetuski Mikołaj Skrzetuski Mikołaj Skrzetuski Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth (b. 1610) link
picture of Mikołaj Stefan Pac Mikołaj Stefan Pac Mikołaj Stefan Pac Polish bishop, Grand Duchy of Lithuania (b. 1623) link
Mikołaj Kiszka (b. 1565) link
Mikołaj Struś Polish noble, Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth (b. 1577) link
Mikołaj Jerzy Czartoryski Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth noble and politician, Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth (b. 1585) link
picture of Nicolae Milescu Nicolae Milescu Nicolae Milescu Moldovan writer and diplomat, Principality of Moldavia (b. 1636) link
Mikalojus Kiška II Polish-Lithuanian politician, Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth (b. 1588) link
picture of Mikołaj Leon Sapieha Mikołaj Leon Sapieha Mikołaj Leon Sapieha Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth (b. 1644) link
Mikołaj Krzysztof Sapieha Polish noble, Grand Duchy of Lithuania (b. 1613) link
Mikołaj Kisiel Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth (b. 1605) link
Mikołaj Potocki generał ziem podolskich, Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth (b. 1628) link
Бауман, Николай (генерал) (b. 1620) link
Nikolay Diletsky Ukrainian composer and music theorist, Tsardom of Russia (b. 1630) link
picture of Mikołaj Dembowski Mikołaj Dembowski Mikołaj Dembowski roman-catholic bishop, Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth (b. 1680) link
picture of Mikołaj Faustyn Radziwiłł Mikołaj Faustyn Radziwiłł Mikołaj Faustyn Radziwiłł Lithuanian politician, Grand Duchy of Lithuania (b. 1688) link
picture of Nikolaĭ Fedorovich Golovin Nikolaĭ Fedorovich Golovin Nikolaĭ Fedorovich Golovin Peerage person ID=112945 (b. 1695) link
picture of Nicolaus Friedrich Härbel Nicolaus Friedrich Härbel Nicolaus Friedrich Härbel Swiss architect, CH (b. 1700) link
Ludwig Nicolaus Hallart German diplomat and soldier, Germany (b. 1659) link
Верден, Николай Григорьевич (b. 1650) link
picture of Морков Микола Іванович Морков Микола Іванович Морков Микола Іванович (b. 1743) link
Nicolaas Bidloo Dutch physician and personal physician of Peter the Great, Dutch Republic (b. 1674) link
picture of Mikołaj Tadeusz Łopaciński Mikołaj Tadeusz Łopaciński Mikołaj Tadeusz Łopaciński Grand Duchy of Lithuania (b. 1715) link
picture of Nikolay Popovsky Nikolay Popovsky Nikolay Popovsky Russian poet, Russian Empire (b. 1730) link
Jan Mikołaj Radziwiłł Lithuanian politician, Grand Duchy of Lithuania (b. 1681) link
picture of Николай Ерофеевич Муравьёв Николай Ерофеевич Муравьёв Николай Ерофеевич Муравьёв Russian Empire (b. 1724) link
picture of Nikolai Dmitriyevich Durnovo Nikolai Dmitriyevich Durnovo Nikolai Dmitriyevich Durnovo Russian Empire (b. 1725) link
picture of Józef Mikołaj Radziwiłł Józef Mikołaj Radziwiłł Józef Mikołaj Radziwiłł Polish-Lithuanian noble, Grand Duchy of Lithuania (b. 1736) link
picture of Nikolay Saltykov Nikolay Saltykov Nikolay Saltykov Field Marshal of Russia, Russian Empire (b. 1736) link
picture of N. N. Bantysh-Kamenskiĭ N. N. Bantysh-Kamenskiĭ N. N. Bantysh-Kamenskiĭ Russian writer, Russian Empire (b. 1737) link
picture of Nikolai Arkharov Nikolai Arkharov Nikolai Arkharov Russian police chief (b. 1740) link
picture of Nicholas Legrand Nicholas Legrand Nicholas Legrand French architect, France (b. 1741) link
picture of Nicolai Abildgaard Nicolai Abildgaard Nicolai Abildgaard artist, Denmark (b. 1743) link
picture of Nikolai Fyodorovich Apraxin Nikolai Fyodorovich Apraxin Nikolai Fyodorovich Apraxin (b. 1736) link
picture of Татищев, Николай Алексеевич Татищев, Николай Алексеевич Татищев, Николай Алексеевич (b. 1739) link
picture of Nikolai Putyatin Nikolai Putyatin Nikolai Putyatin Russian philosopher and prince, Russian Empire (b. 1749) link
picture of Nikolay Arsenyev Nikolay Arsenyev Nikolay Arsenyev (b. 1739) link
picture of Nikolay Ozeretskovsky Nikolay Ozeretskovsky Nikolay Ozeretskovsky Russian naturalist, Russian Empire (b. 1750) link
picture of Nikolay Yusupov Nikolay Yusupov Nikolay Yusupov Russian noble, art curator, and art collector, Russian Empire (b. 1750) link
picture of Nikolai Sheremetev Nikolai Sheremetev Nikolai Sheremetev russian noble, Russian Empire (b. 1751) link
Nikolay Khanenko (b. 1693) link
picture of Nikolay Alexandrovich Lvov Nikolay Alexandrovich Lvov Nikolay Alexandrovich Lvov Russian artist and architect, Russian Empire (b. 1753) link
picture of Nikolay Mordvinov Nikolay Mordvinov Nikolay Mordvinov Russian politician, Russian Empire (b. 1754) link
picture of Nikolay Rumyantsev Nikolay Rumyantsev Nikolay Rumyantsev Prime Minister of Russian Empire, Russian Empire (b. 1754) link
Николай Фёдорович Васильев архитектор (b. 1706) link
picture of Nikolay Alexandrovich Zagryazhskiy Nikolay Alexandrovich Zagryazhskiy Nikolay Alexandrovich Zagryazhskiy (b. 1746) link
picture of Nikolai Nikolev Nikolai Nikolev Nikolai Nikolev Russian writer, Russian Empire (b. 1758) link
picture of N. E. Struĭskiĭ N. E. Struĭskiĭ N. E. Struĭskiĭ Russian Empire (b. 1749) link
picture of Nikolai Iwanowitsch Arsenjew Nikolai Iwanowitsch Arsenjew Nikolai Iwanowitsch Arsenjew Gouverneur in Kurland (b. 1760) link
picture of نيكولاس ليبيديف نيكولاس ليبيديف نيكولاس ليبيديف (b. 1750) link
picture of Nikolay Nikolayevich Novosiltsev Nikolay Nikolayevich Novosiltsev Nikolay Nikolayevich Novosiltsev Russian statesman (b. 1761) link
picture of Nikolay Zubov Nikolay Zubov Nikolay Zubov Russian count, Russian Empire (b. 1763) link
picture of Чирков, Николай Александрович Чирков, Николай Александрович Чирков, Николай Александрович (b. 1753) link
picture of Nikolai Rezanov Nikolai Rezanov Nikolai Rezanov Russian noble and explorer, Russian Empire (b. 1764) link
picture of Nikolai Vasilievich Obreskov Nikolai Vasilievich Obreskov Nikolai Vasilievich Obreskov governor of Moscow (b. 1764) link
picture of Nikolay Rtischev Nikolay Rtischev Nikolay Rtischev (b. 1754) link
picture of Nikolay Tuchkov Nikolay Tuchkov Nikolay Tuchkov Russian general, Russian Empire (b. 1765) link
picture of Nikolay Golovin Nikolay Golovin Nikolay Golovin Russian Empire (b. 1756) link
picture of Nikolay Karamzin Nikolay Karamzin Nikolay Karamzin Russian writer, poet, critic, Russian Empire (b. 1766) link
picture of Nikolay Mazovski Nikolay Mazovski Nikolay Mazovski (b. 1756) link
picture of Nikolaĭ Semenovich Smirnov Nikolaĭ Semenovich Smirnov Nikolaĭ Semenovich Smirnov Russian poet, 1767-1800, Russian Empire (b. 1767) link
picture of Mykola Skorodynskyi Mykola Skorodynskyi Mykola Skorodynskyi Austrian Empire (b. 1757) link
Николай Наумович Чоглоков приближённый императрицы Елизаветы Петровны (b. 1718) link
picture of Завадовський Микола Степанович Завадовський Микола Степанович Завадовський Микола Степанович (b. 1788) link
picture of Nikolaï Sergueïevitch Swetchine Nikolaï Sergueïevitch Swetchine Nikolaï Sergueïevitch Swetchine (b. 1758) link

Characteristic surnames

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