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Forename Josip

In all the world, Josip (Josip Croatia Bosnia and Herzegovina Germany Serbia, Йосип Ukraine Russia Poland, יוסיפ Israel) is a common male given name. Forename Josip is characteristic to Southern Europe, particularly Croatia, where it is a very common manly name, Bosnia and Herzegovina, where it is a common manly name, and Slovenia, where it is quite a common masculine name (explore name in all countries). In absolute terms this name is the most popular in Croatia, Ukraine, and Bosnia and Herzegovina. Much less frequently, Josip is the last name as well as a forename.

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Translations, transliterations and names similar to the name Josip

name Jusuf, name Iosephus, name Yazep, name Juozas, name Жозеф, name Jozefo, name Husiy, name José, name Джузеппе, name Joosef, name Зе, name Josyp, name Josef, name Josif, name Jozo, name Joseba, name Восіп, name Jazep, name Jose, name Joseph, name Ossip, name Seff, name Josip, name Yoseph, name Joep, name Giuseppe, name Джозеф, name Jožef, name Ιωσήφ, name Jože, name Iosip, name Juozapas, name Osip, name József, name Джозеф, Йозеф, name Жозе, name Jožko, name Osyp, name Józef, name Zé, name Jozef, name Yosef, name Yosyp, name יוסיפ, name Жозеп, name Jooseppi, name Джузепе, name Jozeb, name Джозеф, Жозеф, Йозеф, name Йосип, name Josep, name Iossif, name Iosif
VARIANTCOUNTRY
Josip Serbia, Croatia, Germany, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Йосип Ukraine, Poland, Russia
יוסיפ Israel

Notable namesakes

picture of Josephus Josephus Josephus Romano-Jewish scholar and historian, Ancient Rome (b. 37) link
Josip Markov (b. 1600) link
Joseph Tschauller Slovenian mayor, Holy Roman Empire (b. 1600) link
picture of Josip Kazimir Drašković Josip Kazimir Drašković Josip Kazimir Drašković Croatian general, Austria (b. 1716) link
picture of Peter Joseph Kofler Peter Joseph Kofler Peter Joseph Kofler Austrian politician, Austria (b. 1700) link
Josip Layer Holy Roman Empire (b. 1688) link
picture of Josip Pototschnig Josip Pototschnig Josip Pototschnig Mayor of Ljubljana, Holy Roman Empire (b. 1753) link
Josip Banovac (b. 1703) link
Josip Mikoczy-Blumenthal Croatian historian (b. 1734) link
picture of Joseph Plumb Martin Joseph Plumb Martin Joseph Plumb Martin American revolutionary war soldier farmer public official, USA (b. 1760) link
Josip Kokail Mayor of Ljubljana, Holy Roman Empire (b. 1750) link
Josip Voltiggi Croatian linguist (b. 1750) link
picture of Josip Jelačić Josip Jelačić Josip Jelačić Austrian general, Austrian Empire (b. 1801) link
Josip Franjo Domin Croatian-Hungarian physicist, priest, physician and pioneer of electrotherapy, Austrian Empire (b. 1754) link
Josip Fayenz Austrian Empire (b. 1745) link
picture of Josip Mihalović Josip Mihalović Josip Mihalović Croatian catholic cardinal, HR (b. 1814) link
picture of Josip Juraj Štrosmajer Josip Juraj Štrosmajer Josip Juraj Štrosmajer Croatian Roman Catholic bishop, benefactor and politician, Austria-Hungary (b. 1815) link
picture of Josip Marić Josip Marić Josip Marić (b. 1807) link
picture of Josip Drobnič Josip Drobnič Josip Drobnič Austrian Empire (b. 1812) link
picture of Josip Torbar Josip Torbar Josip Torbar Croatian scientist (b. 1824) link
Josip Raffaelli (b. 1767) link
Josip Mikš Czech-Slovene composer and organist, Austrian Empire (b. 1778) link
Josip Završnik Austrian Empire (b. 1769) link
József Kereszturi (b. 1739) link
picture of Josip Kavčič Josip Kavčič Josip Kavčič Austria-Hungary (b. 1821) link
Josip Kuković bishop (b. 1782) link
picture of Josip Marn Josip Marn Josip Marn Slovenian historian, Austria-Hungary (b. 1832) link
picture of Josip Abram Josip Abram Josip Abram Slovene lawyer and politician, Austrian Empire (b. 1832) link
picture of Josip Vošnjak Josip Vošnjak Josip Vošnjak Slovene politician and author, Austria-Hungary (b. 1834) link
picture of Josip Tonkli Josip Tonkli Josip Tonkli Slovene lawyer and politician, Austria-Hungary (b. 1834) link
picture of Josip Gorup Josip Gorup Josip Gorup Slovene businessperson and politician, Austria-Hungary (b. 1834) link
Josip Jeršinovič Löwengreif Austrian Empire (b. 1775) link
picture of Josip Šuman Josip Šuman Josip Šuman Slovene linguist and activist, Austria-Hungary (b. 1836) link
picture of Josip Stritar Josip Stritar Josip Stritar Slovenian writer, Austrian Empire (b. 1836) link
Josip Kajetan Knežić Croatian builder, Habsburg Monarchy (b. 1786) link
picture of Josip Poklukar Josip Poklukar Josip Poklukar jurist and politician, Austrian Empire (b. 1837) link
Josip Godeassi roman-catholic archbishop (b. 1788) link
picture of Josip Kušar Josip Kušar Josip Kušar Slovenian politician, Austrian Empire (b. 1838) link
picture of Josip Slade Josip Slade Josip Slade (b. 1828) link
picture of Josip Križan Josip Križan Josip Križan Slovenian scientist and philosopher, Kingdom of Yugoslavia (b. 1841) link
Josip Schrott roman-catholic bishop (b. 1791) link
picture of Josip Novak Josip Novak Josip Novak Austria-Hungary (b. 1833) link
picture of Josip Eugen Tomić Josip Eugen Tomić Josip Eugen Tomić Croatian writer (b. 1843) link
picture of Josip Sernec Josip Sernec Josip Sernec Slovene politician, Austria-Hungary (b. 1844) link
picture of Josip Frank Josip Frank Josip Frank Croatian politicians, Austria-Hungary (b. 1844) link
picture of Josip Jurčič Josip Jurčič Josip Jurčič Slovene writer and journalist, Austria-Hungary (b. 1844) link
Josip Jurjević (b. 1785) link
picture of Josip Celestina Josip Celestina Josip Celestina mathematician, Austria-Hungary (b. 1845) link
picture of Josip Belušić Josip Belušić Josip Belušić inventive person (b. 1847) link
picture of Josip Kocijančič Josip Kocijančič Josip Kocijančič Slovene musician, Austria-Hungary (b. 1849) link
picture of Josip Gabrijevčič Josip Gabrijevčič Josip Gabrijevčič Austria-Hungary (b. 1840) link
picture of Josip Lavtižar Josip Lavtižar Josip Lavtižar Slovene priest, Austria-Hungary (b. 1851) link
picture of Josip Nolli Josip Nolli Josip Nolli Austria-Hungary (b. 1841) link
picture of Josip Stare Josip Stare Josip Stare Austria-Hungary (b. 1842) link
picture of Josip Pavčič Josip Pavčič Josip Pavčič Austria-Hungary (b. 1844) link
picture of Josip Ogrinec Josip Ogrinec Josip Ogrinec Austria-Hungary (b. 1844) link
Josip Fabiani politician, Austrian Empire (b. 1805) link
picture of Josip Podmilšak Josip Podmilšak Josip Podmilšak Austria-Hungary (b. 1845) link
Joseph Schönberger German county commissioner (b. 1775) link
picture of Josip Vergilij Perić Josip Vergilij Perić Josip Vergilij Perić (b. 1845) link
picture of Josip Fon Josip Fon Josip Fon Austria-Hungary (b. 1846) link
picture of Josip Cimperman Josip Cimperman Josip Cimperman Austria-Hungary (b. 1847) link
picture of Josip Tončić-Sorinj Josip Tončić-Sorinj Josip Tončić-Sorinj Austria-Hungary (b. 1847) link
picture of Josip Pliverić Josip Pliverić Josip Pliverić Austria-Hungary (b. 1847) link
picture of Josip Marčeljić Josip Marčeljić Josip Marčeljić (b. 1847) link
picture of Josip Starè Josip Starè Josip Starè Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes (b. 1847) link
picture of Josip Marinko Josip Marinko Josip Marinko Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes (b. 1848) link
picture of Josip Kozarac Josip Kozarac Josip Kozarac Croatian writer (b. 1858) link
Josip Vlah (b. 1798) link
picture of Josip Lavrenčič Josip Lavrenčič Josip Lavrenčič Italian politician, Kingdom of Italy (b. 1859) link
picture of Josip Vancaš Josip Vancaš Josip Vancaš Austro-Hungarian architect, Austria-Hungary (b. 1859) link
picture of Josip Pagliaruzzi Josip Pagliaruzzi Josip Pagliaruzzi Slovene writer, Austrian Empire (b. 1859) link
Josip Egartner Austrian-Slovenian painter, Austrian Empire (b. 1809) link
picture of Josip Mantuani Josip Mantuani Josip Mantuani Slovenian musicologist and art historian, Kingdom of Yugoslavia (b. 1860) link
picture of Josip Hubad Josip Hubad Josip Hubad Austria-Hungary (b. 1850) link
picture of Josip Zurc Josip Zurc Josip Zurc Slovene politician, Kingdom of Yugoslavia (b. 1861) link
Johann Nepomuk Szovits botanist, Hungary (b. 1782) link
Josip Vuk Austria-Hungary (b. 1802) link
picture of Josip Kopač Josip Kopač Josip Kopač Slovene politician, Yugoslavia (b. 1863) link
picture of Josip Apih Josip Apih Josip Apih Austria-Hungary (b. 1853) link
Josip Zajec Austria-Hungary (b. 1803) link
picture of Juraj Posilović Juraj Posilović Juraj Posilović Croatian archbishop (b. 1834) link
picture of Josip Lenče Josip Lenče Josip Lenče Austria-Hungary politician, Austria-Hungary (b. 1865) link
picture of Josip Bezlaj Josip Bezlaj Josip Bezlaj Kingdom of Yugoslavia (b. 1855) link
picture of Josip Lenarčič Josip Lenarčič Josip Lenarčič Kingdom of Yugoslavia (b. 1856) link
picture of Josip Pogačnik Josip Pogačnik Josip Pogačnik Slovenian politician, Kingdom of Yugoslavia (b. 1866) link
picture of Josip Čerin Josip Čerin Josip Čerin Slovene musician, Austria-Hungary (b. 1867) link
picture of Josip Fistravec Josip Fistravec Josip Fistravec Austria-Hungary (b. 1858) link
Josip Godina Austria-Hungary (b. 1808) link
picture of Josip Šilović Josip Šilović Josip Šilović Austria-Hungary (b. 1858) link
picture of Josip Smodlaka Josip Smodlaka Josip Smodlaka politician, HR (b. 1869) link
picture of Josip Suchy Josip Suchy Josip Suchy Slovene writer, translator and lawyer, Kingdom of Yugoslavia (b. 1869) link
picture of Josip Dobroslav Bencunović Josip Dobroslav Bencunović Josip Dobroslav Bencunović Franciscan monk from Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina (b. 1869) link
Josip Kogovšek Austrian Empire (b. 1809) link
picture of Josip Armič Josip Armič Josip Armič Slovenian teacher, Kingdom of Yugoslavia (b. 1870) link
picture of Josip Stjepan Garić Josip Stjepan Garić Josip Stjepan Garić Croatian bishop, Franciscan priest (b. 1870) link
picture of Josip Pavčič Josip Pavčič Josip Pavčič composer, Yugoslavia (b. 1870) link
picture of Josip Gostinčar Josip Gostinčar Josip Gostinčar Kingdom of Yugoslavia (b. 1860) link
Josip Partaš born 1820 died 1865 (b. 1820) link
Josip Pirkmayr Austria-Hungary (b. 1810) link

Characteristic surnames

Novak, Kovačević, Jurić, Kovačić, Babić, Vuković, Marić, Matić, Kovač, and Knežević