Constantine name meaning

Updated: May 30th, 2024
Gender: Boy
Origin: Latin
Usage: English, Swedish, Danish, Norwegian and Finnish
Pronunciation: pronunciation of Constantine c(o)-nsta-ntine
Meaning: Constant, The Steadfast, Firm, Perseverance and The Elements Constare Meaning to Withstand
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What does Constantine mean?

Constantine's meaning is Constant, Steadfast, Firm, Perseverance or The Elements Constare Meaning to Withstand is used as a gender-neutral name and is especially used in Norwegian, Finnish, Danish, Swedish and English is rooted from Latin.

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How do I pronounce Constantine?

c(o)-nsta-ntine is the most common way to pronounce three syllabled Constantine. The name can also be pronounced as con-stan-tine.

Variants of Constantine

Constantinus, Constans, Costel, Constantin, Konstantin, Constantius

Names that rhyme with Constantine

How popular is the name Constantine?

Constantine used to be a common name in United States, first appeared in 1885 and over 6036 babies have been given the name in 121 years. When at its peak in 1919,.

However after 121 years, the name is currently sliding down on the charts. Constantine is an uncommon baby name in England and Wales, even after 21 years of presence it could not make beyond the top 2000.

Over 182 babies in England and Wales have been named Constantine. During its 46 years of usage in France, it had made up to just the top 400 girl names. Over 305 people have been named Constantine in France.

But Constantine is a popular baby name in DR Congo where every 1 in 4000 have the name. As per our evaluation, over 40000 babies have been bestowed Constantine around the globe.

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Constantine in Nordic countries

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Numerological analysis of Constantine

You want a stable, deep connection with people. Focus on your success. Searching for the true meaning of life is one of your preoccupations at the moment. Everybody loves you for your artistic nature and expressive attitude. You know how to express yourself and always use the right words at the right time, and win the attention of the right people. If this is you then you are probably familiar with your habit of falling for the wrong person because you fall in love so quickly.

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Middle names for Constantine

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Sibling Names for Constantine

If you're looking for sibling names to go with the strong and classic name "Constantine," then look no further. Below, we've compiled a list of names that complement "Constantine" in various ways, whether you're drawn to similar Greek-inspired monikers or want something with a more modern flair. From traditional picks to unique choices, there's something here for every taste.

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Famous people named Constantine

  • Constantine Kanaris, Greek Prime Minister
  • Constantine II, was Roman Emperor from 337 to 340
  • Constantine the Great, Roman Emperor
  • Constantine VIII, Byzantine Emperor
  • Constantine XI Palaiologos, last reigning Roman and Byzantine Emperor
  • Constantine Lascaris, Greek scholar and grammarian
  • Constantine III, Roman general
  • Constantine X Doukas, was Byzantine Emperor from 1059 to 1067
  • Constantine III, was Byzantine emperor for four months in 641
  • Constantine IV, "the Bearded", out of confusion with his father
  • Constantine V,
  • Constantine VI, was Byzantine Emperor from 780 to 797
  • Constantine VII, fourth Emperor of the Macedonian dynasty of the Byzantine Empire
  • Constantine IX Monomachos,
  • Constantine II, Prince of Armenia, fourth lord of Armenian Cilicia or “Lord of the Mountains”
  • Constantine Papadakis, Greek-American businessman and the president of Drexel University
  • Constantine Mourouzis, Phanariote Prince of Moldavia
  • Constantine I, Prince of Armenia, second lord of Armenian Cilicia or “Lord of the Mountains”
  • Constantine Manasses, Byzantine chronicler
  • Constantine Mavrocordatos, Greek noble
  • Constantine Doukas, was Byzantine junior emperor from 1074–1078
  • Constantine Koukias, Tasmanian composer and opera director of Greek ancestry based
  • Constantine Seferlis, is acknowledged as a master sculptor and stone carver whose works exemplified a group of public monumental artists
  • Constantine Akropolites, minister of the Byzantine emperor Michael VIII Palaiologos
  • Constantine II of Bulgaria, son of a tsar of Bulgaria allegedly ruled
  • Constantine Doukas of Thessaly, was ruler of Thessaly from to his death in 1303
  • Constantine Kromiadi, Caucasus Greek-born military officer and anti-communist
  • Constantine Laskaris, was Byzantine Emperor for a few months
  • Constantine Hangerli, Prince of Wallachia
  • Constantine Overton, English Quaker leader, trading as a grocer,
  • Constantine III of Gallura, possibly a son of Ittocorre
  • Constantine Harmenopoulos, Byzantine jurist from Greece
  • Constantine W. Buckley, American politician in Texas
  • Constantine I of Arborea, giudice of Arborea
  • Constantine II of Cagliari, giudice of Cagliari
  • Constantine I of Torres, giudice of Logudoro
  • Constantine II of Torres, giudice of Logudoro
  • Constantine I of Constantinople, Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople
  • Constantine II of Constantinople, Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople
  • Constantine Dafermos, Greek-American applied mathematician
  • Constantine Lips, Byzantine aristocrat and admiral
  • Constantine of Irinoupolis, jurisdiction of the Ecumenical Patriarchate
  • Constantine II of Kakheti, king of Kakheti
  • Constantine Gabras, governor or 'doux' of the Byzantine province of Chaldia, centred on the Black Sea port of Trebizond and its mountainous hinterland
  • Constantine Samuel Rafinesque, nineteenth-century polymath born near Constantinople in the Ottoman Empire and self-educated
  • Constantine Paparrigopoulos, Greek historian
  • Constantine Walter Benson, British ornithologist and author of over 350 publications
  • Constantine A. Balanis, Greek born American scientist, educator and author
  • Constantine VI of Constantinople, was Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople
  • Constantine V of Constantinople, was Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople
  • Constantine II of Scotland, early King of Scotland
  • Constantine III of Scotland, was king of Scots from 995 to 997
  • Constantine II of Greece, reigned as the King of Greece
  • Constantine I of Greece, was King of Greece from 1913 to 1917 and
  • Constantine Phipps, 1st Marquess of Normanby, British Whig politician and author
  • Constantine Phipps, 2nd Baron Mulgrave, English explorer and officer in the Royal Navy


  1. Social Security Administration,
  2. Office for National Statistics,
  3. Institut national de la statistique et des études économiques,
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