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Forename Stjepan

Across the world, Stjepan (Степан Ukraine Russia Bulgaria Armenia Kazakhstan, Stjepan Croatia Germany Bosnia and Herzegovina Serbia, Стефан Ukraine Russia Bulgaria Armenia Kazakhstan) is a very common manly first name. First name Stjepan is characteristic to Croatia, where it is a common male name, Ukraine, and Bulgaria (explore name in all countries). Not in comparison with a country population it commonest in Ukraine, Russia, and Croatia. Much less frequently, Stjepan is the last name as well as a forename.

Transliterations and variants of Stjepan

VARIANTCOUNTRY
Стефан, Степан Armenia, Russia, Kazakhstan, Bulgaria, Ukraine
Stjepan Serbia, Croatia, Germany, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Στέφανος Greece

First name Stjepan in the context

Stjepan is also a prevalent name for the fictitious and mythical characters: Doctor Strange , the fictional character in Marvel Comics, Avengers: Infinity War; Stephan Bronski , the fictional character from The Tin Drum by Günter Grass; Ted Kord , the superhero who was originally published by Charlton Comics and later picked up by DC Comics, Smallville; Stefan Salvatore , the fictional character in The Vampire Diaries universe and Stephen Strange , the fictional character from the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Avengers: Infinity War, and in many other works.

First names said to be same

Esteban, Esteve, Estevo, Estêvão, Etienne, Istvan, István, Staffan, Steeve, Stef, Stefan, Stefano, Stefanos, Stefen, Steffan, Steffen, Stefán, Stepan, Stepas, Stephan, Stephane, Stephanus, Stephen, Steponas, Stevan, Steve, Steven, Stevo, Stiepan, Stiven, Stépan, Stéphane, Stěpan, Stīvs, Szczepan, Tapani, Étienne, Štefan, Štěpán, Ștefan, Естебан, Естевао, Естеве, Иштван, Стафан, Стаффан, Стеван, Стеве, Стевен, Стево, Стеня, Степас, Степаша, Степонас, Стеф, Стефан, Штефан, Стефане, Стефано, Стефанос, Стефанус, Стефен, Стеша, Стив, Стиве, Стивен, Стйепан, Стэфан, Стяпонас, Стёпа, Стєпан, Стів, Стівен, Тапани, Штепан, Штефан, Штефен, Штеффен, Штэфан, Шчепан, Шћепан, Щепан, Эстебан, Этьен, Іштван, סטיב, סטיבן, סטפן, סטפנו, סטפנוס, إتيان, استفان, استيفان, ستيف, ستيفان, ستيفانو, ستيفن, シュテファン, スティーブ, スティーブン, スティーヴ, スティーヴン, ステパン, ステファン, 史蒂夫, 史蒂芬, 斯特凡, 斯蒂文, 斯蒂芬, and 스티브

Notable namesakes

picture of Stephen Držislav of Croatia Stephen Držislav of Croatia Stephen Držislav of Croatia King of Croatia, HR (b. 1000) link
Ștefan Lackfi (b. 1300) link
Stjepan II. Bánffy (b. 1335) link
Vuk, Ban of Bosnia brother of King Tvrtko I of Bosnia (b. 1345) link
István Lackfi (b. 1340) link
Stjepan Iločki (b. 1429) link
Stjepan Brodarić Croatian bishop and writer (b. 1480) link
picture of Stjepan Konzul Istranin Stjepan Konzul Istranin Stjepan Konzul Istranin (b. 1521) link
Stjepan Glavač Croatian Cartographer (b. 1627) link
Stjepan Seliščević roman-catholic bishop (b. 1637) link
Stjepan Blasković HR (b. 1731) link
picture of Stjepan Vrabčević Stjepan Vrabčević Stjepan Vrabčević politician and jurist (b. 1808) link
picture of Stjepan Mitrov Ljubiša Stjepan Mitrov Ljubiša Stjepan Mitrov Ljubiša Serbian writer and politician, Austrian Empire (b. 1824) link
picture of Stjepan Spevec Stjepan Spevec Stjepan Spevec Croatian politician (b. 1839) link
picture of Stjepan Buzolic Stjepan Buzolic Stjepan Buzolic (b. 1830) link
Štefan Korolija Habsburg Monarchy (b. 1760) link
Stjepan Ivičević (b. 1801) link
Stjepan Marjanović (b. 1802) link
picture of Stjepan Miletić Stjepan Miletić Stjepan Miletić Croatian theatre manager, HR (b. 1868) link
picture of Stjepan Radić Stjepan Radić Stjepan Radić Croatian politician, Kingdom of Croatia-Slavonia (b. 1871) link
Stjepan Ilijašević (b. 1814) link
picture of Stjepan Podhorsky Stjepan Podhorsky Stjepan Podhorsky Croatian architect, HR (b. 1875) link
Stjepan Benedikt Pavlović-Lučić roman-catholic bishop (b. 1825) link
Stjepan Novotny pastor and pedagogue (b. 1833) link
picture of Stjepan Ivšić Stjepan Ivšić Stjepan Ivšić Croatian linguist, Austria-Hungary (b. 1884) link
Stjepan Kovačević Croatian politician, HR (b. 1841) link
Stjepan Haramija Croatian businessman, HR (b. 1851) link
Stjepan Korenić theologian and priest (b. 1856) link
picture of Stjepan Dmitrijevič Akimov Stjepan Dmitrijevič Akimov Stjepan Dmitrijevič Akimov (b. 1896) link
Stjepan Krešić (b. 1850) link
Stjepan Kugli (b. 1851) link
picture of Stjepan Cvijić Stjepan Cvijić Stjepan Cvijić Kingdom of Yugoslavia (b. 1905) link
picture of Stjepan Filipović Stjepan Filipović Stjepan Filipović Yugoslav Partisan, Kingdom of Yugoslavia (b. 1916) link
Stjepan Gjurašin botanist (b. 1867) link
Stjepan Srkulj 1869-1951 (b. 1869) link
picture of Stjepan Bobek Stjepan Bobek Stjepan Bobek Croatian footballer, Yugoslavia (b. 1923) link
picture of Stjepan Bubanić Stjepan Bubanić Stjepan Bubanić (b. 1913) link
picture of Stjepan Babić Stjepan Babić Stjepan Babić Croatian linguist, HR (b. 1925) link
Stjepan Duić Austrian politician, Austria (b. 1877) link
picture of Stjepan Kranjčić Stjepan Kranjčić Stjepan Kranjčić (b. 1918) link
Stjepan Ratković jugoslawischer Pädagoge und Gesandter im Dritten Reich (b. 1878) link
Stjepan Bosanac (b. 1870) link
Stjepan Tropš (b. 1871) link
picture of Stjepan Mesić Stjepan Mesić Stjepan Mesić politician, lawyer and former Croatian president, Yugoslavia (b. 1934) link
Stjepan Bojničić Croatian actor (b. 1884) link
Stjepan Seljan (b. 1875) link
Stjepan Musulin Croatian linguist (b. 1885) link
Stjepan Grčić (b. 1879) link
Stjepan Hribar Slovene architect, 1889-1965, Yugoslavia (b. 1889) link
Stjepan Poljak Croatian-American neurologist and neuroanatomist (b. 1889) link
Stjepan Mohorovičić Croatian scientist, HR (b. 1890) link
Stjepan Matičević (b. 1880) link
Stjepan Krizin Sakač Croatian historian (b. 1890) link
Stjepan Štefi Pisek actor (b. 1892) link
Stjepan Gomboš Croatian architect, Yugoslavia (b. 1895) link
Stjepan Horvat Croatian geodesist (b. 1895) link
Stjepan Deutsch (b. 1886) link
picture of Stjepan Damjanović Stjepan Damjanović Stjepan Damjanović Croatian linguist, HR (b. 1946) link
Stjepan Šterk association football player (b. 1897) link
picture of Stjepan Krasić Stjepan Krasić Stjepan Krasić (b. 1938) link
Stjepan Betlheim Croatian psychiatrist, Austria-Hungary (b. 1898) link
Stjepan Škreblin (b. 1888) link
Stjepan Buc (b. 1888) link
Stjepan Horvatić botanist, Yugoslavia (b. 1899) link
Stjepan Bakšić (b. 1889) link
Stjepan Bocak Croatian footballer and lawyer, HR (b. 1900) link
Stjepan Planić Croatian architect (b. 1900) link
Stjepan Vrbančić Yugoslavian footballer, Yugoslavia (b. 1900) link
Stjepan Salapić Cameroonian association football player, Cameroon (b. 1901) link
Stjepan Prauhardt Sports shooter, Yugoslavia (b. 1904) link
Stjepan Sutarić Dr. (b. 1905) link
Stjepan Ištvanek (b. 1895) link
Stjepan Zinić (b. 1896) link
Stjepan Romić Yugoslav veterinarian (b. 1906) link
Stjepan Ljubić cyclist, Yugoslavia (b. 1906) link
Stjepan Hefer (b. 1897) link
Stjepan Debeljak Bil political commissar, Kingdom of Yugoslavia (b. 1908) link
Stjepan Grgac Jugoslovian cyclist, Yugoslavia (b. 1909) link
Stjepan Gunjača historian and archaeologist, Yugoslavia (b. 1909) link
Stjepan Kastropil (b. 1900) link
Stjepan Mihalić (b. 1901) link
Stjepan Boltižar Croatian gymnast, HR (b. 1913) link
Stjepan Šulek Croatian composer, HR (b. 1914) link
Stjepan Krešić Croatian classical philologist and translator (b. 1915) link
Stjepan Kučiš Croatian general, Yugoslavia (b. 1915) link
Stjepan Steiner Physician and Yugoslavian Army general, HR (b. 1915) link
Stjepan Bauerlein (b. 1905) link
Stipe Javor (b. 1877) link
Stjepan Antoljak Yugoslavia (b. 1909) link
Stjepan Iljič Andrejev Soviet Union (b. 1911) link
Stjepan Đaković (b. 1912) link
Stjepan Batinović (b. 1912) link
Stjepan Hosu (b. 1913) link
Stjepan Schmidt (b. 1914) link
picture of Stjepan Ostojić Stjepan Ostojić Stjepan Ostojić Croatian footballer, HR (b. 1975) link
Stjepan Đureković Croatian businessman, Yugoslavia (b. 1926) link
picture of Stjepan Stazić Stjepan Stazić Stjepan Stazić Austrian basketball player, Austria (b. 1978) link
Stjepan Domankušić (b. 1919) link
Stjepan Bobinec (b. 1919) link
Stjepan Bernfest (b. 1920) link

Characteristic surnames

Novak, Kovačić, Kovačević, Babić, Kos, Kovač, Kralj, Radić, Novosel, and Marković