Basileios meaning and origin

Gender: Boy
Origin: Old Greek and Arabic
Meaning: Kingly, Brave, King and Basil the Herb
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Basileios is variant of persistent and popular Basil. Basil means Basil the Herb, Royal and Brave has origin in Old Greek and Arabic.

Variants of Basileios

Basil, Basilius, Baasil, Baseline

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Popularity of Basileios

Basileios is an uncommon name which might be exclusive to Greece. At least, 90 people globally have been given the name as per our evaluation.


Numerological aspects of Basileios

You are the most self-motivated person you know. Your great sense of humor makes you attractive in other people's eyes. You are seen as this ignorant, negative person who's full of himself, when in fact, you are the total opposite but only for people who deserve it. Sometimes, you act selfishly. You prefer originality and hard work instead of taking the easier road to success. When it comes to relationships, you hate monogamy and easily fall in and out of love.

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