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Forename Stefan

All around the world, Stefan (Stefan Germany Poland Romania Sweden South Africa, Stephanus Germany Sweden South Africa Austria United States, Стефан Bulgaria Ukraine Russia Serbia, along with others...) is a very common manly first name. Given name Stefan is characteristic to Serbia, where it is a common manly name, Sweden, and Austria (explore name in all countries). Not in comparison with a country population it commonest in Germany, Romania, and Sweden. Very seldom, Stefan is the last name as well as a forename.

Jesus fishStefan is also a name from the Bible. Explore more in our Biblical names portal!

Translations, transliterations and names similar to the name Stefan

name Stéphane, name Stêphan, name Stephán, name Stéphan, name Stéphàn, name Stef, name Stefañ, name Стефан, name Steponas, name Stéfán, name Stepan, name Etienne, name Istvan, name Stefon, name Stefàn, name Stevo, name Stephàn, name Stefanos, name Stiepan, name Stec, name Stëfan, name István, name Stéfàn, name Stephan, name Stèfan, name Stefanovic, name Stephen, name Stephanus, name Sten, name Stefano, name Stefen, name Steve, name Stêfan, name סטפן, name Stefan, name Stjepan, name Estevo, name 斯特凡, name Steffan, name Stepas, name Staffan, name Stèphan, name Stephane, name Stefán, name Steffen, name Stêfân, name Esteve, name Στέφανος, name Esteban, name Stépan, name Stiven, name Steeve, name ستيفان, name ステファン, name Stéfan, name Stevan, name Estêvão, name Steven
VARIANTCOUNTRY
Stefan South Africa, Romania, Sweden, Poland, Germany
Stephanus South Africa, Austria, United States, Sweden, Germany
Стефан Ukraine, Serbia, Bulgaria, Russia
ستيفان Iraq, Egypt, Jordan, Algeria
Στέφανος Greece
斯特凡 China
ステファン Japan
סטפן Israel

First name Stefan in the context

Stefan is also a prevalent name for the fictitious and mythical characters: Stefan Salvatore , the fictional character in The Vampire Diaries universe; Doctor Strange , the fictional character in Marvel Comics, Avengers: Infinity War; King Stefan , the fictional character from Disney's Sleeping Beauty; Stefan Skellen , the fictional character from the Witcher series and Stefan Kistenmaker , the character from Thomas Mann's Buddenbrooks, and in many other works.

Notable namesakes

Stephanus ancient greek sculpturor (b. 100) link
Стефан Саваит (b. 725) link
Stefan Mutimirović Serbian prince (b. 870) link
picture of Stefan Vojislav Stefan Vojislav Stefan Vojislav prince of the Serbs (b. 990) link
Bossuta Stefan Archbishop of Gniezno, 🇵🇱 (b. 1001) link
Stefan POlish bishop (b. 1001) link
Stephan II, Count of Sponheim German aristocrat, Germany (b. 1001) link
picture of Stefan Nemanja Stefan Nemanja Stefan Nemanja Grand Prince of Serbia, founder of the Nemanjić dynasty (b. 1113) link
picture of Stephen of England Stephen of England Stephen of England King of England, Kingdom of England (b. 1095) link
picture of Stefan the First-Crowned Stefan the First-Crowned Stefan the First-Crowned King of Serbia, Serbian Grand Principality (b. 1166) link
Stephan bishop of the roman-catholic church (b. 1100) link
picture of Stefan Radoslav of Serbia Stefan Radoslav of Serbia Stefan Radoslav of Serbia King of Serbia, Serbian Grand Principality (b. 1192) link
picture of Stefan Stefan Stefan Archbishop of uppsala, SE (b. 1200) link
Stefano di Châtillon France (b. 1150) link
picture of Stephen Vladislav I of Serbia Stephen Vladislav I of Serbia Stephen Vladislav I of Serbia King of Serbia, Serbian Grand Principality (b. 1198) link
picture of Stephen Uroš I of Serbia Stephen Uroš I of Serbia Stephen Uroš I of Serbia Serbian king, Serbian Grand Principality (b. 1220) link
picture of Stefan Dragutin Stefan Dragutin Stefan Dragutin King of Serbia from 1276 to 1282 and King of Syrmia from 1282 to 1316, Rascia (b. 1253) link
picture of Stephen Uroš II Milutin of Serbia Stephen Uroš II Milutin of Serbia Stephen Uroš II Milutin of Serbia (b. 1253) link
Stefan Gavrilović pintor serbio (b. 1250) link
Stefan Starszy z Wierzbna (b. 1241) link
Stefan Röriksson (b. 1250) link
Stefan z Wierzbna (b. 1250) link
Stefan (b. 1250) link
picture of Stephen Uroš III Dečanski of Serbia Stephen Uroš III Dečanski of Serbia Stephen Uroš III Dečanski of Serbia Serbia (b. 1276) link
picture of Stephen Uroš IV Dušan of Serbia Stephen Uroš IV Dušan of Serbia Stephen Uroš IV Dušan of Serbia Emperor of Serbia 1331–1355, Kingdom of Serbia (b. 1308) link
picture of Stephen II, Duke of Bavaria Stephen II, Duke of Bavaria Stephen II, Duke of Bavaria Duke of Bavaria-Landshut, Germany (b. 1319) link
Stefan II roman-catholic bishop, 🇵🇱 (b. 1300) link
Stefan Maramonte Zetan nobleman (b. 1301) link
Stefan z Wierzbna (b. 1305) link
picture of Stephen Uroš V of Serbia Stephen Uroš V of Serbia Stephen Uroš V of Serbia Emperor of the Serbs, Serbian Empire (b. 1336) link
picture of Stefan Lazarević Stefan Lazarević Stefan Lazarević poet and writer, Serbian Despotate (b. 1374) link
Kir Stefan the Serb Serbian composer, Serbia (b. 1350) link
Stefan ze Lwowa (b. 1350) link
Stefan Gabras (b. 1350) link
Stefan Martini Polish–Lithuanian union (b. 1350) link
picture of Stephan Bodecker Stephan Bodecker Stephan Bodecker Roman Catholic bishop, Germany (b. 1384) link
picture of Tvrtko II of Bosnia Tvrtko II of Bosnia Tvrtko II of Bosnia reigned as King of Bosnia from 1404 to 1409 and again from 1421 to his death, Kingdom of Bosnia (b. 1385) link
picture of Stefan Branković Stefan Branković Stefan Branković Despot of Serbia, Serbian Despotate (b. 1417) link
picture of Stjepan Vukčić Kosača Stjepan Vukčić Kosača Stjepan Vukčić Kosača Bosnian duke (b. 1404) link
Stephen I of Moldavia politician, Principality of Moldavia (b. 1364) link
Stefan Poduška von Martinitz böhmischer Adeliger, Landeshauptmann von Glatz, königlicher Rat und Günstling des böhmischen Königs Wenzel IV. (b. 1400) link
Stefan Ratković Serbian noble (b. 1401) link
picture of Stephen III of Moldavia Stephen III of Moldavia Stephen III of Moldavia Prince of Moldavia from 1457 to 1504, Principality of Moldavia (b. 1438) link
picture of Stephen Tomašević of Bosnia Stephen Tomašević of Bosnia Stephen Tomašević of Bosnia King of Bosnia, Serbian Despotate (b. 1438) link
Stefan Jung (b. 1409) link
Stefan I Crnojević Serbian noble (b. 1426) link
picture of Stefan Štiljanović Stefan Štiljanović Stefan Štiljanović Serbian saint (b. 1500) link
Stephan of Neidenburg (b. 1412) link
picture of Stefan Komelsky Stefan Komelsky Stefan Komelsky Tsardom of Russia (b. 1500) link
Stefan II Crnojević Serbian noble (b. 1469) link
Stefan Tucher (b. 1464) link
Stefan von Menzingen (b. 1475) link
picture of Stefan Batory Stefan Batory Stefan Batory (b. 1533) link
Stefan von Haschenperg German military engineer, Germany (b. 1500) link
Stefan Berislavić titular Despot of Serbia (b. 1510) link
Stefan Waid (b. 1500) link
Stefan Rahl (b. 1500) link
picture of Ştefan VI Rareş Ştefan VI Rareş Ştefan VI Rareş Prince of Moldavia, Principality of Moldavia (b. 1531) link
Stefan Loitz (b. 1507) link
picture of Stefan Potocki Stefan Potocki Stefan Potocki Lithuanian politician, Grand Duchy of Lithuania (b. 1568) link
Stefan Keltenhofer (b. 1511) link
Stefan Zbaraski Grand Duchy of Lithuania (b. 1518) link
Stephen Vorchtenauer Town Clerk, 15th and 16th Century (b. 1500) link
picture of Stefan Chmielecki Stefan Chmielecki Stefan Chmielecki Polish noble, Grand Duchy of Lithuania (b. 1580) link
picture of Stefan Pac Stefan Pac Stefan Pac Grand Duchy of Lithuania (b. 1587) link
picture of Stefan Czarniecki Stefan Czarniecki Stefan Czarniecki Polish general, Grand Duchy of Lithuania (b. 1599) link
picture of Ștefan II Tomșa Ștefan II Tomșa Ștefan II Tomșa (b. 1564) link
picture of Jan Stefan Wydżga Jan Stefan Wydżga Jan Stefan Wydżga Polish prince-bishop, Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth (b. 1610) link
Stefan Jäger (b. 1550) link
Stefan Gabriel Swiss writer and theologian, CH (b. 1570) link
picture of Mikołaj Stefan Pac Mikołaj Stefan Pac Mikołaj Stefan Pac Polish bishop, Grand Duchy of Lithuania (b. 1623) link
picture of Stefan Potocki Stefan Potocki Stefan Potocki Polish noble, Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth (b. 1624) link
picture of Stephan Fadinger Stephan Fadinger Stephan Fadinger (b. 1585) link
picture of Stefan Wierzbowski Stefan Wierzbowski Stefan Wierzbowski Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth (b. 1620) link
Stefan Sadorski Polish noble, Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth (b. 1581) link
Stefan Czetwertyński-Światopełk Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth (b. 1575) link
Stefan Grudzinski (b. 1576) link
picture of Stefan Kunicki Stefan Kunicki Stefan Kunicki Polish noble, Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth (b. 1640) link
Stephen Báthory (b. 1553) link
Stefan Gembicki Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth (b. 1584) link
Stefan Vonifatyev Tsardom of Russia (b. 1590) link
picture of Stefan Yavorsky Stefan Yavorsky Stefan Yavorsky Eastern Orthodox archbishop (b. 1658) link
Stefan Muraeus Larsson SE (b. 1600) link
Stefan Frąckiewicz Radzimiński Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth (b. 1610) link
Stefan Damalewicz (b. 1610) link
Stephan Otto German composer, Germany (b. 1594) link
Stefan Ledóchowski Polish diplomat, Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth (b. 1625) link
Stefan Knezevic archbishop of the roman-catholic church (b. 1625) link
Stefan Koryciński Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth (b. 1617) link
Stefan Ranotowicz (b. 1617) link
picture of Stefan Michal Puzyna Stefan Michal Puzyna Stefan Michal Puzyna Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth (b. 1667) link
Stefan Kurcz Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth (b. 1618) link
Stefan Zamoyski Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth (b. 1620) link
Stefan Jaraczewski (b. 1620) link
Stefan Knyajevich (b. 1621) link
Stefan Kessler (b. 1622) link
Stefan Niemirycz Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth (b. 1626) link
Stefan Konstanty Piaseczyński Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth (b. 1628) link
Stefan Franciszek Medeksza Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth (b. 1629) link
Stefan Niemricz (b. 1630) link