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Giuseppe Salvatore
Information
Born

  • Mar. 03rd, 1403 (Age Unknown)
Status

  • Deceased

Occupation

  • Nobleman

Species

Gender

  • MALE

Family Members

  • Contessa Maria Antonietta Salvatore † (Wife)
  • Damon Salvatore
    (First-Born Child; Oldest Child/Oldest Son)
  • Stefan Salvatore
    (Second-Born Child; Youngest Child/Youngest Son)
  • Vittorio Salvatore † (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Colombina Salvatore † (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Enrichetta Salvatore † (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Agapito Salvatore † (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Anastasio Salvatore † (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Camillo Salvatore † (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Paolino Salvatore † (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Vincenzo Salvatore I † (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Adalberto Salvatore † (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Bernardino Salvatore † (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Guglielmo Salvatore I † (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Vincenzo Salvatore II † (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Jovanni Salvatore †
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Doriano Salvatore † (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Guglielmo Salvatore II † (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Michelangelo Salvatore † (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Vincenzo Salvatore III † (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Emiliana Salvatore † (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Costanzo Salvatore † (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Guglielmo Salvatore III † (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Giulia Salvatore †
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Vincenzo Salvatore IV † (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Basilio Salvatore †
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Gisella Salvatore †
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Nicolina Salvatore † (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Guglielmo Salvatore IV † (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Roberta Salvatore † (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Vincenzo Salvatore V † (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Piero Salvatore †
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Agostina Salvatore † (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Giustino Salvatore † (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Lauretta Salvatore † (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Guglielmo Salvatore V † (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Ottavia Salvatore †
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Guglielmo Salvatore VI † (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Rosabella Salvatore † (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Xaviera Salvatore † (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Cecilio Salvatore †
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Fabrizia Salvatore † (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Guglielmo Salvatore VII † (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Demetrio Salvatore † (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Gabriele Salvatore †
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Fulvio Salvatore †
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Franca Salvatore †
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Geronimo Salvatore †
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Eloisa Salvatore †
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Giorgio Salvatore †
    (Biological Father)
  • Luisa Salvatore †
    (Biological Mother)
  • Adolfo Salvatore †
    (Older/Elder Brother)
  • Beniamino Salvatore †
    (Older/Elder Brother)
  • Carlo Salvatore †
    (Older/Elder Brother)
  • Bernardetta Salvatore †
    (Older/Elder Sister)
  • Giovanna Salvatore †
    (Older/Elder Sister)
  • Alessandro Salvatore †
    (Older/Elder Brother)
  • Leonardo Salvatore †
    (Older/Elder Brother)
  • Gualtiero Salvatore †
    (Older/Elder Brother)
  • Adamo Salvatore †
    (Older/Elder Brother)
  • Benedetto Salvatore †
    (Older/Elder Brother)
  • Claudio Salvatore †
    (Older/Elder Brother)
  • Daniele Salvatore †
    (Older/Elder Brother)
  • Emanuele Salvatore †
    (Older/Elder Brother)
  • Fabiano Salvatore †
    (Older/Elder Brother)
  • Giacinto Salvatore †
    (Older/Elder Brother)
  • Geronimo Salvatore †
    (Older/Elder Brother)
  • Gianni Salvatore †
    (Older/Elder Brother)
  • Ignazio Salvatore †
    (Older/Elder Brother)
  • Luciano Salvatore †
    (Older/Elder Brother)
  • Martino Salvatore †
    (Older/Elder Brother)
  • Osvaldo Salvatore †
    (Older/Elder Brother)
  • Patrizio Salvatore †
    (Older/Elder Brother)
  • Piero Salvatore †
    (Older/Elder Brother)
  • GianBattista Salvatore †
    (Older/Elder Brother)
  • GianCarlo Salvatore †
    (Younger Brother)
  • GianFranco Salvatore †
    (Younger Brother)
  • GianLuca Salvatore †
    (Younger Brother)
  • GianLuigi Salvatore †
    (Younger Brother)
  • GianMarco Salvatore †
    (Younger Brother)
  • GianMaria Salvatore †
    (Younger Brother)
  • GianPaolo Salvatore †
    (Younger Brother)
  • GianPiero Salvatore †
    (Younger Brother)
  • Riccardo Salvatore †
    (Younger Brother)
  • Giulio Salvatore †
    (Younger Brother)
  • Luigina Salvatore †
    (Younger Sister)
  • Roberta Salvatore †
    (Younger Sister)
  • Giulietta Salvatore †
    (Younger Sister)
  • Francesco Salvatore †
    (Younger Brother)
  • Giovanni Salvatore †
    (Younger Brother)
  • Alberto Salvatore †
    (Younger Brother)
  • Carlotta Salvatore †
    (Younger Sister)
  • Giaconetta Salvatore †
    (Younger Sister)
  • Edoardo Salvatore †
    (Younger Brother)
  • Filippa Salvatore †
    (Younger Sister)
  • Gerardo Salvatore †
    (Younger Brother)
  • Luigi Salvatore †
    (Younger Brother)
  • Iacopo Salvatore †
    (Younger Brother)
  • Lorenza Salvatore †
    (Younger Sister)
  • Ottavio Salvatore †
    (Younger Brother)
  • Pietra Salvatore †
    (Younger Sister)
  • Massimiliano Salvatore †
    (Younger Brother)
Supernatural Information
Cause of Death

  • Unknown
Appearance
First Seen

Last Seen

Physical Appearance
Height

  • 5'6" to 5'8"
Weight

  • Unknown
Hair Color

  • Black
Eye Color

  • Black


GIUSEPPE SALVATORE (Full Name In Italian: Conte Di Giuseppe Leonardo Beniamino Carlo Federico Bartolomeo Alberto Giovanni Rinaldo Salvatore; Full Name In English: Count Joseph Leonard Benjamin Charles Frederick Bartholomew Alberto John Reginald Salvatore) (born March 03rd, 1403 in Florence, Italy – ) is the father of Damon Salvatore and Stefan Salvatore. He is also the husband and the widower of Contessa Maria Antonietta Salvatore (nee Bentiviglio). Giuseppe was born to Marchese Giorgio Salvatore and Marchessa Luisa Salvatore in Florence, Italy. He was born in to a very large wealthy and aristocratic noble family. He is said to have been very harsh, authoritarian, and strict towards his children and did not care for them much, based on what Stefan said.

In "Midnight", it is revealed that Giuseppe constantly tried to blame Stefan for the death of his wife (it is explained that Maria Antonietta never really recovered after Stefan's birth). However, Damon would "deliberately say something obnoxious" to his father so Damon would end up taking the beating for Stefan. In the first two books in the series, the impression is given that Giuseppe favored Stefan over Damon, as Damon lacked studying and was failing his classes at the unnamed university. Giuseppe believed Damon lacked any sense of direction and reason, another reason it seemed he favored Stefan. However, Giuseppe did try to stop Stefan and Damon from the fight that would end up costing both of their lives, showing he might have cared a little.

Physical Description Edit

TBD

Personality Edit

TBD

Names Edit

FIRST NAME (GIUSEPPE) Edit

  • JOSEPH is a masculine given name of Hebrew origin. The name Joseph means "God Will Add" or "God Will Increase".
  • GIUSEPPE is the Italian version of the name Joseph.
  • Other variations of Joseph include Jazeps, Jo, Jobo, Jody, Joe, Joeseph, Joey, Jojo, Joop, Joos, Jooseppi, Jopie, José, Joseba, Josef, Josep, Josephat, Josephe, Josephie, Josephus, Josheph, Josip, Joska, Joza, Joze, Jozef, Jozeph, Jozhe, Jozio, Jozka, Jozsi, Jozeppi, Jupp, Juziu, Beppe, Cheche, Chepe, Iokepa, Iosif, Osip, Pepa, Peppe, Pino, Sepp, Yeska, Yesya, Yosef, Yousef, Youssel, Yusif, Yusuf, Zeusef, Yoceph, Yoosuf, Yoseff, Yoseph, Yosief, Yosif, Yosuf, Yosyf, Yousaf, Youseef, Youseph, Yousif, Youssef, Yousseff, Yousuf, Yousef, Youssef, Yusef, Yusuf (Arabic), Hovsep (Armenian), Yusif (Azerbaijani), Joseba, Josepe (Basque), Ioseph, Ioses (Biblical Greek), Yosef (Biblical Hebrew), Ioseph (Biblical Latin), Yosif (Bulgarian), Josep (Catalan), Josip, Joško, Joso, Jozo (Croatian), Josef (Czech), Josef (Danish), Josephus, Jozef, Jef, Joep, Joop, Joos, Joost, Jos, Sjef, Zef (Dutch), Jozefo, Joĉjo (Esperanto), Joosep (Estonian), Jooseppi, Juuso (Finnish), Xosé (Galician), Ioseb, Soso (Georgian), Iosif (Greek), Yosef (Hebrew), Josephus (History), József, Jóska, Józsi (Hungarian), Seosamh (Irish), Giuseppe, Beppe, Peppe, Peppi, Peppino, Pino (Italian), Iosephus (Late Roman), Jāzeps (Latvian), Juozapas, Juozas (Lithuanian), Josif (Macedonian), Hohepa (Maori), Josef (Norwegian), Josèp (Occitan), Józef (Polish), José, Zé, Zezé (Portuguese), Iosif (Romanian), Iosif, Osip (Russian), Seòsaidh (Scottish), Josif (Serbian), Jozef (Slovak), Josip, Jožef, Jože (Slovene), José, Pepe, Pepito (Spanish), Josef (Swedish), Yusuf (Turkish), Yosyp (Ukrainian), Yusup (Uyghur), Yussel (Yiddish), Afrikaans: Josef, Albanian: Zef, Josif, Isuf, Alsatian: Sepp, Amharic: ዮሴፍ (Yosēfi), Armenian: Հովսեփ (Hovsep), Arabic: يوسف (Yūsuf, Youssef, Yussef, Yousif), Azerbaijani: Yusif, Yusuf, Usub, Belarusian: Іосіф, (Iosif), Язэп, (Yazep), Bengali: জোসেফ (Jōsēpha), Bosnian: Josip, Jusuf, Basque: Joseba, Josepe, Bulgarian: Йосиф (Yosif), Burmese (Myanmar): ယောသပ်သည် (Yaw sautsai), Cantonese: 育瑟夫 (Yùsèfū), Catalan: Josep, Pep (shortened form), Jep (an alternative shortened form), Chinese (Simplified): 约瑟夫, ("Yuēsèfū"), Chinese (Traditional): 約瑟夫, ("Yuēsèfū"), "早洩"(special variant), Corsican: Ghjaseppu, Croatian: Josip, Joso, Jozo, Joško, Joža, Czech: Josef, Jožka, Pepa, Pepík, Pepik, Pepan, Pepča, Pepek, Pepino, Jožin, Danish: Josef, Dutch: Jozef, Joep, Joost, Jos, Jo, Jef, Seppe, Josephus, English: Joseph, Joe, Joey, Esperanto: Jozefo, Estonian: Joosep, Joosu, Faroese: Jósef, Finnish: Jooseppi, Juuso, French: Joseph, Joé, Friulian: Bepi, Bepo, Bepùt, Galician: Xosé, Georgian: იოსებ (Ioseb), სოსო ("Soso"), German: Josef, Joseph; Jupp (familiar); Sepp, Seppl or Pepi (familiar or diminutive forms, particularly in South Germany and Austria), Greek: Ἰωσήφ (Iōséph), Ἰώσηπος (Iosepos), (Iosipos), Gujarati: જોસેફ (Jōsēpha), Hebrew: יוסף (Yosef), Hindi: यूसुफ (Yūsuf), Hungarian: Jóska, József, Icelandic: Jósef (pronounced "YO-sef"), Jósep (pronounced "YO-sep"), Indonesian: Yoseph, Yosep, Yusuf, Yusup, Ucup, Josef, Joseph, Interlingua: Joseph, Italian: Giuseppe, Giù, Beppe, Peppe, Peppino, Pino, Bepi, Beppo, Pippo, Puccio, Gioseffo, Irish: Seosamh, Iósaf, Japanese: ヨセフ (Yosefu), ジョセフ (Jyosefu), Kambatta Language, Ethiopiam:"Yeseffe", "Yese", "Josse", "Jossy", Kannada: ಜೋಸೆಫ್ (Jōseph), Kazakh: Yusuf, Jusip, Khmer: យ៉ូសែប (Yousaep), Korean: 요셉 (Yosep), 조셉 '('Joseb), Latin: Ioséphus, Latvian: Jāzeps, Limburgish: Joep, Sef, Lithuanian: Juozapas, Juozas (shorter form), Juzas (shortest form), Lombard: Giüsèpp, Pèpp, Bèpp, Macedonian: Јосиф (J̌osif), Malayalam: ജോസപ്പ് (Josapp) or ജോസപ്പൻ (Josappan), ഔസേപ്പ് (Ousepp), യോസേപ്പ് (Yosef), ഔസേപച്ചന്‍ (Ouseppachen), കൊച്ചാപ്പു (Kochaappu), ഈപ്പൻ (Eappan), ഈപ്പച്ചൻ (Eappachan), ജോസഫ് (Jēāsaph), Malay: Yusuf, Yusop, Yusoff, Jusoh, Usop, Manado Malay: Josef, Yosef, Oce', Maltese: Ġużeppi, Ġużi, Ġuż, Ġużè, Peppi, Peppu, Peppinu, Pepp, Żeppi, Żeppu, Żepp, Mandarin Chinese: 约瑟(s) 約瑟(t) (Yuēsè), 约瑟夫(s) 約瑟夫(t) (Yuēsèfū), 玉素甫 (Yùsùfǔ), Zho-Zi-Fu, Marathi: योसेफ, Maori: Hohepa, Mongolian: Иосеф (Iosyef), Nepali: यूसुफ (Yūsupha), Norwegian: Josef, Occitan: Josèp, Persian: يوسف (Yūsuf, Youssef, Yussef), Polish: Józef (Yu-zef), Diminutive: Józek, Józio, Portuguese: José, Josefo, Zé, Zezé (the last two are nicknames), Punjabi: ਯੂਸੁਫ਼ (Yūsufa), Quechua: Husiy, Romanian: Iosif, Russian: Иосиф (Iosif), Осип ("Osip"), Samoan: Iosefa, Sardinian: Jisepu, Scottish Gaelic: Seòsaidh, Serbian: Јосиф (Josif), Јосеф (Josef), Јозеф (Jozef), Sepedi: Josefa, Sicilian: Giuseppi, Sinhala: ජොසේ (Jose), ජෝසේෆ් (Jōsēf), Slovak: Jozef, Jožo, Dodo, Ďoďo, Slovene: Jožef, Jože, Spanish: José, Pepe, Chepe, Che, Sundanese: Yusup, Usup, Ucup, Swedish: Josef, Syriac: ܝܘܣܦ (Yausef, Yausep), Tagalog: Jose, Pepe, Peping, Tamil: ஜோசப் (Jōcap, Josef), யொசெப் (Yocep, Yosef), Telugu: జోసెఫ్స్ (Jōsephs), Thai: โจเซฟ (Co sef, Josef), Turkish: Yusuf, Yasef, Ukrainian: Йосип (Yosyp), Urdu: يوسف (Yūsuf), Uzbek: Иосиф (Iosif), Valencian: Josep, Venetian: Juxepe (pronounced as "Giusepe" or "Iusepe"), Bepi, Bepin, Vietnamese: Giứ-sé or Giứ-xé (both pronounced as "Zuse"), Welsh: Joseff, Yiddish: Yissl, Yussel, Jayzl, Yorùbá: Josefu, Yesufu, Yusuf, Zimbabwean (Shona): Joze, Joza, Zulu: Joseph.

Second Name (LEONARDO) Edit

  • LEONARD is a masculine given name of German origin. The meaning of Leonard is "Lion Strength", "Lion-Strong", "Lion-Hearted", "Having The Strength Of A Lion", or "Brave As A Lion".
  • LEONARDO is the Italian version of Leonard.
  • Other variations of Leonard include Lennart (Danish), Lennart (Finnish), Léonard (French), Leonardo (History), Leonardo (Italian), Lennart (Norwegian), Leonardo (Portuguese), Lenart (Slovene), Leonardo (Spanish), Lennart, Lelle (Swedish), Lenard, Lennard (English), Leonhard (German), Lennart (Low German), Len, Lennie, Lenny (English), Léonard, Lennard, Learned, Lenny/diminutive (English), Lennert (German, Dutch, Flemish), Lehnertz, Lehnert (Luxembourgish), Léonard ([leɔnaʁ]; French), Leon (French), Leonard = "Renata" in Maori, Waitaha, Leonhard, Leonhardt (German), Leonardi, Lunardi (Italian), Leonardo (Italian, Spanish and Portuguese), Lenart (disambiguation) (Czech, Slovene), Lennart (Swedish, Estonian, Dutch (Groningen, Friesland)), Lenno (Groningen), Leen (Dutch), Lenni (Finnish), Armenian: Լեոնարդ (Leonard), Croatian: Leonard, Czech: Leonard, French: Léonard, Georgian: ლეონარდ (Leonard), German: Leonhard, Leonhardt, Lennart, Greek: Λεονάρδος (Leonárdos), Italian: Leonardo, Maori: Renātā, Polish: Leonard, Portuguese: Leonardo, Russian: Леонард (Leonard), Serbian: Леонард (Leonard), Spanish: Leonardo, Swedish: Lennart, ሌናርድ (Lēnaridi) (Amharic), ليونارد (Lywnard) (Arabic), Леанард (Lieanard) (Belarusian), লিওনার্ড (Li'ōnārḍa) (Bengali), 伦纳德 (Lún nà dé) (Chinese Simplified), 倫納德 (Lún nà dé) (Chinese Traditional), Λεωνάρδος (Leonárdos) (Greek), લિયોનાર્ડ (Liyōnārḍa) (Gujarati), לאונרד (Hebrew), लियोनार्ड (Liyonaard) (Hindi), レナード (Renādo) (Japanese), ಲಿಯೊನಾರ್ಡ್ (Liyonārḍ) (Kannada), Леонард (Leonard) (Kazakh), 레너드 (Leneodeu) (Korean), Леонард (Leonard) (Kyrgyz), Leonardas (Lithuanian), Леонард (Leonard) (Macedonian), ലിയോനാർഡ് (Liyēānārḍ) (Malayalam), लेओनार्ड (Lē'ōnārḍa) (Marathi), Леонард (Lyeonard) (Mongolian), लियोनार्ड ( Liyōnārḍa) (Nepali), Леонард (Leonard) (Russian), леонард (Leonard) (Serbian), Леонард (Leonard) (Tajik), லியோனார்டு (Liyōṉārṭu) (Tamil), లియోనార్డ్ (Liyōnārḍ) (Telugu), เลียวนาร์ด (Leīy wnā r̒d) (Thai), Леонард (Leonard) (Ukrainian), לעאָנאַרד (Leonard) (Yiddish).

Third Name (BENIAMINO) Edit

  • BENJAMIN is a masculine given name of Hebrew origin. The meaning of Benjamin is "Son Of My Right Hand".
  • BENIAMINO is the Italian version of Benjamin.
  • Other variations of Benjamin include Benjamin (Biblical), Beniamin (Biblical Greek), Beniamin (Biblical Latin), Benjamín (Czech), Benjamin (Danish), Benjamin, Ben (Dutch), Benjamin, Ben, Benj, Benji, Benjy, Bennie, Benny (English), Benjamin (French), Benjamin, Ben (German), Peni (Hawaiian), Benjámin (Hungarian), Benjamín (Icelandic), Beniamino (Italian), Benjaminas, Benas (Lithuanian), Venijamin (Macedonian), Benjamin (Norwegian), Benjamim (Portuguese), Beniamin (Romanian), Veniamin, Venyamin (Russian), Benjamín (Slovak), Benjamín (Spanish), Benjamin (Swedish), Bünyamin (Turkish), ብንያም (Biniyami) (Amharic), Веніямін (Vienijamin) (Belarusian), বেঞ্জামিন ( Bēñjāmina) (Bengali), Bendžamin (Bosnian), Benjamí (Catalan), 本杰明 (Běnjiémíng) (Chinese Simplified), 本傑明 (Běnjiémíng) (Chinese Traditional), Bendžamin (Croatian), Benjamín (Czech), Benjoin (French), Βενιαμίν (Veniamín) (Greek), બેન્જામિન ( Bēnjāmina) (Gujarati), Benjamen (Haitian Creole), Beniamina (Hawaiian), בנימין (Hebrew), बेंजामिन (Benjaamin) (Hindi), ベンジャミン (Benjamin) (Japanese), ಬೆಂಜಮಿನ್ ( Ben̄jamin) (Kannada), Бенджамин (Bendjamïn) (Kazakh), បេនយ៉ាមីន (Benyeamin) (Khmer), 베냐민 (Benyamin) (Korean), Бенджамин (Bendjamin) (Kyrgyz), Beniamin (Latin), Benjaminas (Lithuanian), Бенјамин (Benjamin) (Macedonian), ബെന്യാമീൻ (Ben'yāmīn) (Malayalam), Pineamine (Maori), बन्यामीन (Ban'yāmīna) (Marathi), बेन्जामिन (Bēnjāmina) (Nepali), بنیامین (Pashto), بنیامین (Persian), Benzoes (Polish), ਬਿਨਯਾਮੀਨ (Binayāmīna) (Punjabi), Вениамин (Veniamin) (Russian), Бенџамин ( Bendžamin) (Serbian), بنيامين (Sindhi), බෙන්ජමින් (Sinhala), Бинёмин (Binjomin) (Tajik), பெஞ்சமின் ( Peñcamiṉ) (Tamil), బెంజమిన్ (Ben̄jamin) (Telugu), เบนจามิน (Ben cā min) (Thai), Веніамін (Veniamin) (Ukrainian), بینجمن (Urdu).

Fourth Name (LORENZO) Edit

  • LAWRENCE is a masculine given name of Latin origin. The meaning of Lawrence is "Crowned With Laurel".
  • LORENZO is the Italian version of Lawrence.
  • Other variations of Lawrence include Laurentius (Ancient Roman), Llorenç (Catalan), Lovre, Lovrenco, Lovro (Croatian), Vavřinec (Czech), Lars, Lorens, Lasse, Laurits, Lauritz (Danish), Lars, Laurens, Lourens, Lau, Rens (Dutch), Lars, Lari, Lasse, Lassi, Lauri (Finnish), Laurent, Enzo (French), Lourens (Frisian), Lars, Laurenz, Lorenz, Lenz (German), Lavrentios (Greek), Lőrinc (Hungarian), Lárus (Icelandic), Labhrás (Irish), Lorenzo, Enzo, Loris, Renzo (Italian), Lau, Lor (Limburgish), Laurynas (Lithuanian), Larkin, Law (Medieval English), Lars (Medieval Scandinavian), Lorencio (Medieval Spanish), Lars, Lorens, Lasse, Laurits, Lauritz (Norwegian), Wawrzyniec (Polish), Lourenço (Portuguese), Laurențiu (Romanian), Lavrenti, Lavrentiy, Lavrenty (Russian), Labhrainn (Scottish), Vavrinec (Slovak), Lovrenc, Lovro (Slovene), Lorenzo (Spanish), Lars, Lorens, Lasse (Swedish), Larrie, Larry, Laurie, Lawrie, Laz, Loren, Lorin, Lauren, Laurence, Brencis, Chencho, Labrentsis, Laiurenty, Lanny, Lanty, Larance, Laren, Larian, Larien, Laris, Larka, Larrance, Larrence, Larya, Lavrenti, Law, Lawerence, Lawrance, Lawren, Lawrey, Lawrie, Lawron, Lawry, Lencho, Lon, Lorant, Loreca, Loren, Loretto, Lorne, Lourenco, Lowrance, Rance, Raulas, Raulo, Renzo, Lanny, Lauran, Laurance, Laureano, Lauren, Laurencho, Laurencio, Laurens, Laurent, Laurentij, Laurentios, Laurentiu, Laurentius, Laurentz, Laurentzi, Laurie, Laurin, Lauris, Laurits, Lauritz, Laurnet, Lauro, Laurus, Lavrenti, Lurance, Lorand, Lirinc, Lenci, ሎውረንስ (Lowirenisi) (Amharic), لورانس (Lurans) (Arabic), Лорэнс (Lorens) (Belarusian), লরেন্স (Larēnsa) (Bengali), Lorenc (Bosnian), Лорънс (Lorŭns) (Bulgarian), 劳伦斯 (Láolúnsī) (Chinese Simplified), 勞倫斯 (Láolúnsī) (Chinese Traditional), Λαυρέντιος (Lavréntios) (Greek), લોરેન્સ (Lōrēnsa) (Gujarati), लॉरेंस (Lorens) (Hindi), ローレンス (Rōrensu) (Japanese), ಲಾರೆನ್ಸ್ ( Lārens) (Kannada), 로렌스 (Lolenseu) (Korean), Лоренс (Lorens) (Macedonian), ലോറൻസ് (Lēāṟans) (Malayalam), लॉरेन्स (Lŏrēnsa) (Marathi), လောရင့် (Lawrin) (Myanmar/Burmese), लरेन्स ( Larēnsa) (Nepali), لارنس (Persian), ਲਾਰੇਨ੍ਸ (Lārēnsa) (Punjabi), Лоренс (Lorens) (Russian), Лоренц (Lorenc) (Serbian), لارنس (Sindhi), ලෝරන්ස් (Lōrans) (Sinhala), Лоуренс (Lourens) (Tajik), லாரன்ஸ் (Lāraṉs) (Tamil), లారెన్స్ (Lārens) (Telugu), อเรนซ์ (Xrens̒) (Thai), Лоренс (Lorens), لارنس (Urdu), לאָראַנס (Lorans) (Yiddish), Labhrás, Lorcán (Irish), Laur (Estonian), Laurens (Dutch), Lauri (Estonian, Finnish), Laurits (Danish, Estonian, German), Lárus (Icelandic), Laurent (French), Laurits, Lauritz (Danish/Norwegian), Лаврентий (Lavrentiy, Russian), Лаврентiй (Lavrentiy, Ukrainian), Λαυρεντιος (Lavrentios, Greek), Lawrence (English), Loran, Loren (Turkish), Lorens (Scandinavian), Lorentz, Lorenz, Lenz (German), Lorenzo (Italian, Spanish), Լորիս (Loris, Armenian), Lourenzo (Galician), Lourenço (Portuguese), Lourens (Afrikaans), Lőrinc (Hungarian), Laurenţiu (Romanian), Laurynas (Lithuanian), Llorenç (Catalan), Vavřinec (Czech), Wawrzyniec (Polish), Lovro (Croatian).

Fifth Name (CARLO) Edit

  • CHARLES is a masculine given name of English origin. The name Charles means "Strong and Manly", "One Who Is Strong and Manly", Vigorous" or "A Free Man".
  • CARLO is the Italian version of the name Charles.
  • Other variations of Charles include Arlo, Chareles, Charels, Charlese, Carlo, Carlos, Charl, Charle, Charlen, Charlie, Charlee, Charley, Charli, Charly, Charlot, Charlz, Charlzell, Chas, Chaz, Chad, Chick, Chip, Chuck, Chuckey, Chuckie, Chucky, Carl, Carle, Carles, Carless, Carlis, Carll, Carlson, Carlston, Carlus, Carolos, Carlito, Carlinhos, Carolo, Carlitos, Carroll, Carel, Carell, Cariel, Cariell, Carol, Carole, Carols, Carollan, Carolus, Carrol, Cary, Caryl, Karl, Kaarle, Kaarlo, Kaaro, Kale, Kalle, Kalman, Kálmán, Karcsi, Karel, Kari, Karlen, Karlan, Karlens, Karlik, Karlin, Karlis, Karlon, Karlitis, Karlo, Karlos, Karlton, Karlus, Kārlis, Karol, Karal, Karolek, Karolis, Karalos, Károlos, Károly, Karrel, Karrol, Kjell, Searlas, Séarlas, Searles, Searlus, Siarl, Sjarel, Tearlach, Teàrlach, Xarles, Carolus, Karl (Ancient Germanic), Carles, Carlos (Catalan), Karlo (Croatian), Karel (Czech), Carl, Karl (Danish), Karel (Dutch), Kaarle, Kaarlo, Karl, Kalle (Finnish), Carl, Karl (German), Kale (Hawaiian), Károly, Karcsi (Hungarian), Séarlas (Irish), Sjarel (Limburgish), Karolis (Lithuanian), Carl, Karl  (Norwegian), Karol (Polish), Carlos, Carlinhos, Carlito, Carlitos (Portuguese), Carol (Romanian), Karol (Slovak), Karel, Karol (Slovene), Carlos, Carlito, Carlitos (Spanish), Carl, Karl, Kalle (Swedish), Siarl (Welsh), Carol (English), Charley, Charlie, Chas, Chaz, Chip, Chuck (English), ቻርልስ (Charilisi) (Amharic), تشارلز (Tsharlz) (Arabic), Чарльз (Čarĺz) (Belarusian), চার্লস (Cārlasa) (Bengali), Чарлз (Charlz) (Bulgarian), 查尔斯 (Chá'ěrsī) (Chinese Simplified), 查爾斯 (Chá'ěrsī) (Chinese Traditional), Κάρολος (Károlos) (Greek), ચાર્લ્સ (Cārlsa) (Gujarati), צ'ארלס (Hebrew), चार्ल्स (Chaarls) (Hindi), チャールズ (Chāruzu) (Japanese), ಚಾರ್ಲ್ಸ್ (Cārls) (Kannada), Чарльз (Çarlz) (Kazakh), 찰스 (Chalseu) (Korean), Čarlzas (Lithuanian), Чарлс (Čarls) (Macedonian), ചാൾസ് (Cāḷs) (Malayalam), चार्ल्स (Cārlsa) (Marathi), Чарльз(Charliz) (Mongolian), चार्ल्स (Cārlsa) (Nepali), چارلز (Persian), ਚਾਰਲਸ (Cāralasa) (Punjabi), Чарльз (Charl'z) (Russian), Чарлз (Carlz) (Tajik), చార్లెస్ (Cārles) (Telegu), Чарльз (Char'z) (Ukrainian), چارلس (Urdu), ካርል (Karili) (Amharic), كارل (Karl) (Arabic), কার্ল (Kārla) (Bengali), 卡尔 (Kǎ'ěr) (Chinese Simplified), 卡爾 (Kǎ'ěr) (Chinese Traditional), カール (Kāru) (Japanese), цхарлес (Serbian), چارلس (Sindhi).

Sixth Name (FEDERICO) Edit

  • FREDERICK is a masculine given name of Ancient Germanic origin. The meaning of Frederick is "Peaceful Ruler".
  • FEDERICO is the Italian version of Frederick.
  • Other variations of Frederick include Bedřich (Czech), Frederik (Danish), Frederik, Fred, Freek, Frits, Rik (Dutch), Frederick, Fred, Freddie, Freddy, Fredric, Fredrick (English), Fredrik, Veeti (Finnish), Frédéric, Fred (French), Fedde (Frisian), Friedrich, Fiete, Fred, Fritz (German), Frigyes (Hungarian), Friðrik (Icelandic), Federico, Federigo, Fredo (Italian), Fricis, Frīdrihs (Latvian), Fredrik (Norwegian), Fryderyk (Polish), Frederico, Fred (Portuguese), Friderik (Slovene), Federico (Spanish), Fredrik (Swedish), Fred, Freddie, Freddy Fredric, Fredrick,  Fritz, Rick, Ricky, Fred, Freddie, Alfred, Red, Frank, Frankie, Friedrich, Federico, Henrik, Emeric, Eric, Derek, Derry, Dory, Theodoric, Dirk, Breton: Frederig, Croatian: Fridrik, Czech: Bedrich, Bedrisek, Bda, Danish: Frederik, Frede, Dutch: Frederick, Frederik, Fred, Frits, Freek, Rik, Emiliano-Romagnolo: Fedrîgh, English: Frederick, Fredrick, Fred, Freddy, Freddie, Estonian: Vidrik, Viidrik, Riki, Faroese: Fríðrikur, Finnish: Fredrik, Veeti, Rieti, French: Frédéric (Frédérique is the feminine variant), German: Friedrich, Fritz, Fredi, Fredy, Greek: Φρειδερίκος (Freideríkos), Hungarian: Frigyes, Frici, Icelandic: Friðrik, Irish: Feardorcha, Italian: Federico, Fredo, Federigo (obsolete), Latin: Fridericus, Latvian: Fridrihs, Fricis, Lithuanian: Frederikas, Norwegian: Fredrik, Old Frisian: Frethirik, Old Norse: Friðríkr, Polish: Fryderyk, Fredek, Fryc, Portuguese: Frederico, Russian: Фридрих (Fridrih), Scottish Gaelic: Feardorcha, Serbian: Fridrih, Slovene: Friderik, Spanish: Federico, Fico, Swedish: Fredrik, ፍሬድሪክ (Firēdirīki) (Amharic), فريدريك (Frydryk) (Arabic), Фрэдэрык (Frederyk) (Belarusian), ফ্রেডেরিক (Phrēḍērika) (Bengali), Фредерик (Frederik) (Bulgarian), 弗雷德里克 (Fúléidélǐkè) (Chinese Simplified), 弗雷德里克 (Fúléidélǐkè) (Chinese Traditional), Fidiricu (Corsican), Frederiko (Esperanto), Φρειδερίκος (Freideríkos) (Greek), ફ્રેડરિક (Phrēḍarika) (Gujarati), פרדריק (Hebrew), फ्रेडरिक (Phredarik) (Hindi), フレデリック (Furederikku) (Japanese), ಫ್ರೆಡೆರಿಕ್ (Phreḍerik) (Kannada), Фредерик (Frederïk) (Kazakh), 프레드릭 (Peuledeulig) (Korean), Fridericus (Latin), Фредерик (Frederik) (Macedonian), ഫ്രെഡറിക് (Phreḍaṟik) (Malayalam), फ्रेडरिक (Phrēḍarika) (Marathi), फ्रेडरिक (Phrēḍarika) (Nepali), فردریک (Persian), ਫਰੈਡਰਿਕ (Pharaiḍarika) (Punjabi), Фредерик (Frederik) (Russian), Фредерик (Frederik) (Serbian), فريڊرڪ (Sindhi), ෆෙඩ්රික් (Feḍrik) (Sinhala), Фредерик (Frederik) (Tajik), பிரடெரிக் (Piraṭerik) (Tamil), ఫ్రెడరిక్ (Phreḍarik) (Telugu), เฟรเดอริ (Ferde xri) (Thai), Фредерік (Frederik) (Ukrainian), فریڈرک (Urdu).

Seventh Name (BARTOLOMEO) Edit

  • BARTHOLOMEW is a masculine given name of Aramaic origin. The meaning of Bartholomew is "Son Of Talmai" or "Son Of The Farmer".
  • BARTOLOMEO is the Italian version of Bartholomew.
  • Other variations of Bartholomew include Bartholomaios (Biblical Greek), Bartholomeus (Biblical Latin), Bartomeu (Catalan), Bartol, Bartolomej (Croatian), Bartoloměj (Czech), Bartholomeus, Bart, Bartel, Mees, Mies (Dutch), Perttu (Finnish), Barthélémy (French), Bartolomeu (Galician), Bartholomäus (German), Bertalan, Bartal, Bertók (Hungarian), Bartolomeo (Italian), Bartłomiej, Bartek, Bartosz (Polish), Bartolomeu (Portuguese), Varfolomei, Varfolomey (Russian), Vartolomej (Serbian), Bartolomej (Slovak), Jernej, Nejc (Slovene), Bartolomé (Spanish), Bart, Tolly, Albanian: Bartolomeu, Amharic: በርተሎሜዎስ (Berteloméwos), Armenian: Բարթողիմէոս (Partoghimeos), IPA: [pʰɑɾtʰɔʁimɛjɔs], Բարդուղիմեոս (Bardughimeos), Arabic: بارثولوميو, Aragonese: Bertolomeu, Aramaic: בר-תולמי (Bar-Tolmi), Tolmi's son, Azerbaijani: Bartolomeos, Azeri: Bartolumay, Basque: Bartolome, Belarusian: Варфаламей (Varfalamiej), Bengali: বর্থলময় (Barthalamaẏa), Bulgarian: Вартоломей (Vartolomeĭ), Catalan: Bartomeu, Bartolomé, Cebuano: Bartolome, Chinese: 巴多羅買 (pronounced Baduoluomai); 白 (meaning "white", pronounced Pak in Wade-Giles Cantonese or Bái in Pinyin Mandarin) as a single-character family name, Chinese Simplified: 巴塞洛缪 (Basè luò móu), Chinese Traditional: 巴塞洛繆 (Basè luò móu), Croatian: Bartolomej, Czech: Bartoloměj, Bartoloměje, Danish: Bartolomæus, Dutch: Bartolomeüs, English: Bartholomew (full name/formal); Bart (diminutive), Esperanto: Bartolomé, Faroese: Bartal, Finnish: Perttu or Pärttyli, French: Barthélemy, Galician: Bartolomeu, Georgian: ბართლომე (Bart’lome), German: Bartolomäus, Greek: Βαρθολομαίος (Bartholomaios, Vartholomaios, Vartholomaíos), Haitian Creole: Batèlmi, Hebrew: נתנאל (Netan-el), which means "God has given"; בר-תלמי (Bar-Talmai), meaning Talmai's son, Hungarian: Bertalan (given name), Bartal, Bartos, Bartó (last names), Icelandic: Bartólómeus, Insubric (Milanese): Bartolamee, Irish: Bairtliméad or Parthálan (Parthálan is etymologically unrelated to Bartholomew), Italian: Bartolomeo, Japanese: バーソロミュー (Bāsoromyū, used in transcription from English name), バルトロマイ (Barutoromai, most popular transcription in Japanese Bible etc.), ワルフォロメイ (Waruforomei, only used in Japanese Orthodox Church), Javanese: Bartholomayo, Kannada: ಬಾರ್ಥೊಲೊಮೆವ್ (Bārtholomev), Korean: 바르톨로메오 (Baleutollomyu) (learned); 바돌로메(vernacular), Latin: Bartholomaeus, Latvian: Bartlomejs, Lithuanian: Baltramiejus, Loretano Peruvian Spanish: Bartuco (vernacular), Low German: Bartholomäus, Macedonian: Вартоломеј (Bartolomej), Maltese: Bartoloméw (learned); Bartilméw (vernacular), Maori: Patoromu, Nepali: बार्थोलोमाइको (Bārthōlōmā'ikō), Norwegian: Bartolomeus, Persian: بارتولومیو, Polish: Bartłomiej (learned); (Bartosz is now other name, but comes from Bartłomiej), Bartłomieja, Portuguese: Bartolomeu, Provençal: Barthomieu, Punjabi: ਬਰਤੁਲਮਈ (Baratulama'ī), Romanian: Bartolomeu, Russian: Варфоломей (Varfolomei, Varfolomey), Scottish Gaelic: Pàrlan (etymologically unrelated to Bartholomew), Slovak: Bartolomej, Bartolomeja, Spanish: Bartolomé, Serbian: Вартоломеј (in Cyrillic), Vartolomej (in Roman letters), Slovene: Jernej, Somali: Bartolomayos, Swedish: Bartolomaios, Bartolomeus (older transcription), Tagalog: Bartolome, isa sa mga disipulo ni Hesus (one of Jesus' Disciples), Tamil: பர்த்தலோமிவ் (Parttalōmiv), Telugu: బర్తలోమ్యోవ్ (Bartalōmyōv), Thai: บาร์โธโลมิ (Bār̒ ṭho lomi), Turkish: Bartalmay, Ukrainian: Варфоломій (Varfolomiy), Urdu: برتلمائی.

Eighth Name (ALBERTO) Edit

  • ALBERT is a masculine given name of Germanic origin). The meaning of Albert is "Noble and "Bright" or "One Who Is Noble and Bright".
  • ALBERTO is the Italian version of Albert.
  • Other variations of Albert include Aubert (French), Adalbert, Adelbert, Albrecht (German), Adalbert (Polish), Adelbert, Albertus (Dutch), Adalberht, Adalbert, Albertus (Ancient Germanic), Æðelberht, Æþelbeorht (Anglo-Saxon), Alpertti, Altti, Pertti (Finnish), Abbe, Abe (Frisian), Alberte (Galician), Adalberto, Alberto (Italian), Albaer, Baer, Bèr (Limburgish), Albertas (Lithuanian), Adalberto, Alberto (Portuguese), Adalberto, Alberto (Spanish), Al, Bert, Bertie (English), Bert (German), Bert (Dutch), Albanian: Albert, Arabic: ألبرت, Armenian: Ալբերտ (Albert), Azerbaijani: Albert, Bengali: আলবার্ট ( Ālabārṭa), Breton: Alberzh, Catalan: Albert, Simplified Chinese: 阿尔伯特, Croatian: Albert, Czech: Albert, Dutch: Albert, Estonian: Albert, Finnish: Albert, Alpertti, French: Albert, pronounced: [albeʁ], Galician: Alberte, Alberto and Albertos, Georgian: ალბერტ (Albert), German: Albert, Albrecht, Greek: Αλβέρτος (Alvértos), Gujarati: આલ્બર્ટ ( Ālbarṭa), Hebrew: אלברט (Albert), Hindi: अल्बर्ट ( Albarṭa), Icelandic: Albert, Italian: Alberto, Japanese: アルバート ( Arubāto), Kannada: ಆಲ್ಬರ್ಟ್ ( Ālbarṭ), Khmer: អាល់ប៊ើត (Albeut), Korean: 알버트 (Albeoteu), Latin: Albertus, Lithuanian: Albertas, Mongolian: Альберт (Alibyert), Nepali: अल्बर्ट ( Albarṭa), Norwegian: Albert, Old English: Æthelberht, Persian: آلبرت, Polish: Albert, Olbracht, Portuguese: Alberto, Punjabi: ਐਲਬਰਟ ( Ailabaraṭa), Russian: Альберт (Albert), Serbian: Алберт/Albert, Slovak: Albert, Slovene: Albert, Spanish: Alberto, Swedish: Albert, Tamil: ஆல்பர்ட் ( Ālparṭ), Thai: อัลเบิร์ ( Xạlbeir̒), Turkish: Alper, Tatar: Альберт (Albert), Urdu: البرٹ, Yiddish: אַלבערט.

Ninth Name (GIOVANNI) Edit

  • JOHN is a masculine given name of Greek origin. The meaning of John is "God Is Gracious" or "God Is Merciful".
  • GIOVANNI is the Italian version of John.
  • Other variations of John include Deshaun, Deshawn, Keshaun, Keshawn, Rashawn, Rashaun (African American), Gjon (Albanian), Yahya, Yuhanna (Arabic), Hovhannes, Hovik, Hovo, Ohannes (Armenian), Ganix, Ion, Jon (Basque), Yan (Belarusian), Ioannes (Biblical Greek), Yehochanan, Yochanan (Biblical Hebrew), Iohannes (Biblical Latin), Yann, Yanick, Yannic, Yannick (Breton), Ioan, Ivan, Yan, Yoan, Ivo, Yanko (Bulgarian), Joan, Jan (Catalan), Jowan (Cornish), Ghjuvan (Corsican), Ivan, Ivica, Ivo, Janko, Vanja (Croatian), Ivan, Jan, Johan, Honza, Janek (Czech), Jan, Jens, Johan, Johannes, Jon, Hans, Jannick, Jannik (Danish), Jan, Johan, Johannes, Hanne, Hannes, Hans, Jo, Joop (Dutch), Johano, Joĉjo (Esperanto), Jaan, Johannes, Juhan (Estonian), Jani, Janne, Johannes, Joni, Jouni, Juhana, Juhani, Hannes, Hannu, Juha, Juho, Jukka, Jussi (Finnish), Jean, Yann, Jeannot, Yanick, Yannic, Yannick (French), Xoán (Galician), Ioane, Ivane, Vano (Georgian), Jan, Johann, Johannes, Hannes, Hans, Jo (German), Gianni, Giannis, Ioannis, Yanni, Yannis, Yianni, Yiannis (Greek), Keoni (Hawaiian), Yochanan (Hebrew), János, Jancsi, Jani, Janika (Hungarian), Jóhann, Jóhannes, Jón (Icelandic), Yohanes (Indonesian), Eoin, Sean, Seán, Shane (Irish), Giovanni, Ivano, Gian, Gianni, Giannino, Nino, Vanni (Italian), Johannes, Joannes (Late Roman), Jānis (Latvian), Sjang, Sjeng (Limburgish), Jonas (Lithuanian), Johan, Hanke (Low German), Ivan, Jovan, Ivo (Macedonian), Ean, Juan (Manx), Hann, Jan, Jon, Hankin, Jackin, Jankin (Medieval English), Jehan (Medieval French), Zuan (Medieval Italian), Jan, Jens, Johan, Johannes, Jon, Hans (Norwegian), Joan (Occitan), Yahya (Persian), Iwan, Jan, Janusz, Janek (Polish), João, Joãozinho (Portuguese), Ioan, Ion, Iancu, Ionel, Ionuț, Nelu (Romanian), Ioann, Ivan, Vanya (Russian), Juhán (Sami), Eoin, Iain, Ian (Scottish), Ivan, Jovan, Ivica, Ivo, Janko, Vanja (Serbian), Ivan, Ján, Janko (Slovak), Ivan, Jan, Janez, Žan, Anže, Janko (Slovene), Iván, Juan, Xuan, Juanito (Spanish), Jan, Jens, Johan, Johannes, Jon, Hampus, Hannes, Hans, Hasse, Janne (Swedish), Yahya (Turkish), Ivan (Ukrainian), Evan, Iefan, Ieuan, Ifan, Ioan, Iwan, Siôn, Ianto (Welsh),  Jan, Johan, Johann, Johannes, Hannes, Hans (Afrikaans), Gjin, Gjovan, Gjovalin, Gjovanin, Gjoni, Jovan, Xhoni (Albanian), ዮሐንስ (Yoḥännǝs) (Amharic), يحيى (Yaḥyā, Qurʾānic), يوحنا (Yūḥannā, Biblical) (Arabic), ܝܘܚܢܢ (Yuḥanon), ܚܢܐ (Ḥanna), ܐܝܘܢ (Ewan) (Aramaic/Syriac), Chuan (Aragonese), Հովհաննես (Hovhannes); Classical Armenian: Յովհաննէս (Yovhannēs) (Armenian), Xuan (Asturian), Manez, Ganix, Joanes, Iban (Basque), Ян (Yan), Янка (Yanka), Янэк (Yanek), Ясь (Yas'), Iван (Ivan) (Belarusian), ইয়াহিয়া (Iyahiya), য়াহয়া (Yahya) (Bengali), Ivan (Bosnian), Yann, Yannig (Breton), Иван (Ivan), Йоан (Yoan), Янко (Yanko), Яне (Yane) (Bulgarian), Joan, Jan, Ivan (Catalan), 約翰; Pinyin: (Yuēhàn); Jyutping: (Joek3 hon6); Pe̍h-ōe-jī: (Ioh-hān) (Chinese),  Jowan (Cornish), Ghjuvanni (Coriscan), Ivan, Ivo, Ive, Ivica, Ivano, Ivanko, Janko, Ivek (Croatian), Jan, Honza, Johan (Czech), Hans, Jens, Jan, Johan, Johannes (Danish), Han, Hannes, Hans, Jan, Johan, Johannes, Jannes, Jens, Wannes, Sjeng (Dutch), Guiàn (Emiliano-Romagnolo), John, Johnny, Jack (English), Jaan, Juhan, Juho, Janno, Jukk, Jaanus, Hannes, Hans (Estonian), Johano (Esperanto), Huan (Extremaduran), Jann, Janus, Jens, Jenis, Jóan, Jóannes, Jónar, Jógvan, Jóhann, Jóhannes, Hannis, Hanus, Hans (Faroese), Juan (Filipino), Hannes, Hannu, Jani, Janne, Johannes, Juha, Juho, Juhani (Finnish), Jean, Jehan (outdated) (French), Xoán, Xan (Galician), იოანე (Ioane), ივანე (Ivane), იოვანე (Iovane), ვანო (Vano), ივა (Iva) (Georgian), Hans, Hannes, Johannes, Johann, Jan, Jens (German), Ιωάννης (Ioannis), Γιάννης(Yiannis, sometimes Giannis) (Greek), Huã (Guarani), Keoni (Hawaiian), יוחנן (Yôḥānān, Johanan) (Hebrew), János, Jancsi (Hungarian), Jóhann, Jóhannes, Hannes (Icelandic), Iwan, Yahya, Yan, Yaya, Yohan, Yohanes, Yuan (Indonesian/Malay), Seán, Shaun, Eoin (Irish), Giovanni, Gianni, Giannino, Ivan, Ivano, Ivo, Vanni, Nino, Vannino (Italian), ヨハネ (Yohane) (Japanese), Жақия (Zhaqiya, Yahya) Шоқан (Shoqan) (Kazakh), 요한 (Biblical) (Korean), Juang (Krristang), Iohannes, Ioannes, Iohn (Latin), Jānis (Latvian), Jonas (Lithuanian), Giuàn (Lombard), Јован (Jovan), Јованче (Jovanče), Иван (Ivan), Јане (Jane) (Macedonian), യോഹന്നാൻ (Yōhannān) ഉലഹന്നാൻ (Ulahannan) ലോനപ്പൻ (Lonappan) നയിനാ൯ (Nainan, Ninan) (Malayalam), Ġwanni (Maltese), Hōne (Maori), Johan, Johannes, John, Jan, Hans (Norwegian),  یوحنا (Yohannan), یحیی (Yahya) (Persian), Gioann (Piedmontese), Jan (Polish), João, Ivo, Ivã (Portuguese), Ioan, Ionuţ, Ionel, Ionică, Nelu, Iancu (Romanian), Иван (Ivan), Иоанн (Ioann, Hebrew form) (Russian), Ioane (Samoan), Juons (Samogitian), Giuanni (Sardinian), Ian, John, Jock (Scots), Ian, Iain, Eòin, Seathan (Scottish Gaelic), Јован (Jovan), Иван (Ivan), Јанко (Janko), Јовица (Jovica), Ивица (Ivica), Ивко (Ivko) (Serbian), Giuvanni (Sicilian), Juvam, Yohan (Sinhala), Ján, Ivan (Slovak), Janez, Ivan, Ivo, Jan, Janko, Anže, Anžej (Slovene), Juan (Spanish), Ivan, Jan, Johan, Junkka, Johannes, John, Hans, Hannes, Hampus (Swedish), য়াহয়া (Yahya) (Sylheti), ܝܘܚܢܢ (Yuḥanon), ܚܢܐ (Ḥanna), ܐܝܘܢ (Ewan) (Syriac Aramaic), யோவான் (Yovaan) (Tamil), Sione (Tongan), Yahya, Yuhanna, Jan (Turkish),  Іван (Ivan), Іванко (Ivanko) (Ukrainian), Dương, Dzôn (Vietnamese), Evan, Ianto, Ieuan, Ifan, Ioan, Siôn (Welsh), Chon, Dzon, Džon (Congolese, Serbian), Ean (Manx), Eoin (Irish), Evan (Welsh), Gianina (Italian), Giovanni, Gianni (Italian), Giuàn (Emiliano-Romagnolo), Gjoni or Gjin (Albanian), Hans (Dutch, German, from Johannes), Hone (Maori), Honza (Czech), Hovanes (Armenian), Iain (Scottish Gaelic (common form, though Ian is used in English)), Ianto (Welsh), Ibane (Basque), Ifan (Welsh), Ioan (Romanian, Welsh), Ioannis, Ionel (Romanian), Ieuan (Welsh), Ivan (Bulgarian, Croatian, Russian, Ukrainian and other Slavic language nations), Jaan (Estonian), Jack, Jan (Catalan, Czech, Dutch, Polish, Norwegian), Ján (Slovak), Jani (Finnish), Janez (Slovene), Jānis (Latvian), Janka (Slovak, Hungarian), Janek (Czech), Janne (Finnish), János (Hungarian), Jean (French), Jens (Danish), Joan (Catalan), João (Portuguese), Johan (Dutch, Swedish, Danish, Norwegian, German, Faroese, Afrikaans), Johann (Germanic: German, Danish, Norwegian, Swedish), Johannes (Germanic: German, Danish, Norwegian, Swedish, Dutch), Jóhannes (Icelandic), Jon (Basque), ジョン (Japanese), Jón, Jonas (Lithuanian), Jovan (Serbian), Juan (Spanish, Filipino, Manx), Juhani (Finnish), Jöns (Swedish), Seán (Irish Seán, after the French Jean), Shane (Anglicised form of Seán), Shaun (American form of Sean), Shawn (Anglicised form of Seán), Siôn (Welsh), Xoán (Galician), Yahya (Arabic, Turkish, Farsi for the baptist), Yan (Indonesian), Yanka (Belarusian), Yann (Breton), Yoannis (Greek), Vanya (Russian, Ukrainian), Yohannan (Malayalam), Yohannes (Ethiopian), Yohan, Yohanes (Indonesian, Malaysian), Yohan (Sinhalese, Sri Lankan), Yonnachan (Malayalam), Youhanna (Arabic, Farsi (Persian) (for John the apostle)), Youhannon. (Malayalam).

Tenth Name (RINALDO) Edit

  • REGINALD is a masculine given name of Latin origin. The meaning of Reginald is "King's Advisor".
  • RINALDO is the Italian version of Reginald.
  • Other variations of Reginald include Afrikaans: Ryno, Ancient Germanic: Raginald, Reinald, Reinhold, Ancient Scandinavian: Ragnvaldr, Arabic: ريجنالد (Ryǧināld), Belarusian: Рэджынальд (Redžynaĺd), Bulgarian: Реджиналд (Redzhinald), Catalan: Renald, Chinese: 雷金纳德 (Léijīnnàdé) (雷金納德), Danish: Ragnvald, Dutch: Reinoud, Reinout, Finnish: Reino, Filipino: Regino, French: Renaud, Renoir, Renouard, Reynaud, German: Reinhold, Gujarati: રેજિનાલ્ડ (Rējinālḍa), Hebrew: רג'ינלד (Rejinald), Hindi: रेगीनाल्ड (Rēgīnālḍa), Irish: Raghnall, Italian: Rinaldo, Japanese: レジナルド (Rejinarudo), Kannada: ರೆಜಿನಾಲ್ಡ್ (Rejinālḍ), Korean: 레지날드 (Rejinaldeu), Latin: Reginaldus, Macedonian: Реџиналд (Redžinald), Middle Irish: Ragnall, Mongolian: Режиналд (Ryejinald), Norwegian: Ragnvald, Old French: Reinald, Reynaud, Old German: Raginald, Old Irish: Ragnall, Old Norse: Rögnvaldr, Persian: رجینالد, Polish: Reginald, Portuguese: Reinaldo, Reynaldo, Ronaldo, Punjabi: ਰੇਜਿਨਾਲਡ (Rējinālaḍa), Russian: Реджинальд (Redzhinal'd), Scottish Gaelic: Raghnall, Serbian: Региналд (Reginald), Spanish: Reinaldo, Reynaldo, Swedish: Ragnvald, Tamil: ரெஜினால்டு (Rejiṉālṭu), Telugu: రెజినాల్డ్ (Rejinālḍ), Thai: เรจินัล (Recinạl), Ukrainian: Реджинальд (Redzhynalʹd), Welsh: Rheinallt, Yiddish: רעגינאַלד (Reginald).

Surname (SALVATORE) Edit

  • SALVATORE is a surname of Italian origin. The meaning of Salvatore is "Saviour".
  • Other spellings and variations of Salvatore include Salvador, Salvator, Salvidor, Salvino, Sauveur, Salvadore, Salvatorio, Salbatore, Soterios, Salvian, Salviano, Salviatus, Salviyo, Salvattore, Xalvador, Xalvadore, Xalvadoro, Xalvadorio, Xalbador, Xalbadore, Xalbadorio, Xalbadoro, Xabat, Xabatt, Xabate, Xabatio, Xabato, Xavier, Xabier, Xaiver, Xavaeir, Xaver, Xavian, Xaviar, Xavior, Xavon, Xavyer, Xever, Xizavier, Xxavier, Xzavier, Zavier, Xaviare, Xaviore, Xaviere, Xabiere, ሳልቫቶሬ (Salivatorē) (Amharic), سالفاتوري (Salfaturi) (Arabic), সালভাতোরে ( Sālabhātōrē) (Bengali), Салваторе (Salvatore) (Bulgarian), 萨尔瓦多 (Sà'ěrwǎduō) (Chinese Simplified), 薩爾瓦多 (Sà'ěrwǎduō) (Chinese Traditional), સાલ્વાટોર (Sālvāṭōra) (Gujarati), סלווטורה (Hebrew), サルバトーレ (Sarubatōre) (Japanese), ಸಲ್ವಾಟೋರ್( Salvāṭōr) (Kannada), Сальваторе (Kazakh), 살바토레 (Salbatole) (Korean), Salvatoris (Latin), Салваторе (Macedonian), سالواتوره (Persian), Cалваторе (Serbian), සැල්වතෝර් (Sælvatōr) (Sinhala), சால்வத்தோரே (Cālvattōrē) (Tamil), సాల్వాటోర్ ( Sālvāṭōr) (Telugu), سیلواتور (Urdu), סאַלוואַדאָר (Salvador) (Yiddish).

Trivia Edit

TBD

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