Konstantin name meaning

Updated: May 30th, 2024
Gender: Boy
Origin: Latin
Usage: English, German, Bulgarian, Hungarian, Russian, Czech, Scandinavian, Slavic, Finnish, Swedish, Danish and Norwegian
Pronunciation: k(o)-ns-tantin
Meaning: Resolute, Steadfast and Constant
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What does Konstantin mean?

The queer boy name Konstantin means "Resolute, Steadfast or Constant" is came from Latin is majorly used in Czech, Danish, Norwegian, Hungarian, Russian, Bulgarian, German, Slavic, Scandinavian, Swedish, English and Finnish. Konstantin is version of persistent and predominant Constantine.

Constantine is variation of ConstantineConstantina. Meaning of Constantine is Perseverance and Firm has its origin in Latin. Konstantin is Nordic form of Constantin.

How do I pronounce Konstantin?

The most common pronunciation of three syllabled Konstantin is k(o)-ns-tantin. Some people pronounce it as kon-sta-ntin or kon-stan-teen.

Variants of Konstantin

Constantinus, Constantin, Constantine, Constans, Costel, Stanko

How popular is the name Konstantin?

Konstantin is a unique baby name in United States, it has been in use since 1967 and was able to reach the top 3000 names. In 2015, it ranked 2715th when 44 boys were named Konstantin.

There are over 488 babies that have been given the name Konstantin in United States. Konstantin is an uncommon baby name in England and Wales where it has been in use since 1997 and achieved its top ranking of 1271 in 2016.

Over 125 people have been named Konstantin in England and Wales. Also, it is uncommon in France, where it has been in use since 2000 and peaked in 2012 when it ranked 2467th.

In Switzerland, it has been in use since 1998 but could not make beyond the top 400. There are over 248 babies that have been given the name Konstantin in Switzerland.

Konstantin is a rare baby name in Ireland still in use today. However things change on global perspective, Konstantin is extremely popular in Russia where every 1 in 300 have the name as well as in, Greece and Ukraine.

Also the baby name is popular in Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Belarus, Germany, Bulgaria and Turkmenistan. At least, 1070000 people globally have been given the name as per our evaluation.

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Konstantin in Nordic countries

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Numerological aspects of Konstantin

Being unconstrained will help you grow spiritually. You are creative by soul and like to amaze people with your unusual actions. You never settle for less. You work hard to become a better person for yourself, and for the people you love. You are probably gifted with great physical and spiritual energy that you use to help people. Perhaps you are born to make bad people do good things and walk the right path.

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  •  Arianna - Meaning of Arianna is Most Venerable, To Sing or Peace used for both sexes which originated from Welsh and Latin is used chiefly in Malayalam and Bengali
  •  Macarena - Widely Accepted girl name Macarena is particulary used in Spanish has origin in Latin and Spanish. Macarena is form of Macarena in Latin language
  •  Morrison - Predominantly used in English unheard-of, Morrison is originated from Latin and a gender insensitive name, meaning of Morrison is "Son of Maurice or Son of the Servant of Mary"
  •  Monica - Originated from Greek and Latin, Prevalent and Conifer Monica means "A Wise Counsellor or Solitary" and is used principally in Malayalam, Gujarati and Marathi is used for both sexes

Famous people named Konstantin

  • Konstantin Aseev, Russian chess Grandmaster and trainer
  • Konstantin Wecker, is German singer-songwriters ; he also works as a composer
  • Konstantin Sokolsky, Latvian Russian singer
  • Konstantin Fomichev, Russian sprint canoeist
  • Konstantin of Rostov, eldest son of Vsevolod the Big Nest and Maria Shvarnovna
  • Konstantin Sergeyev, Russian danseur
  • Konstantin Tih, emperor of Bulgaria from 1257 to 1277
  • Konstantin Kavelin, Russian historian, jurist, and sociologist
  • Konstantin Leontiev, conservative tsarist and imperial monarchist Russian philosopher
  • Konstantin Somov, Russian artist associated with the 'Mir iskusstva'
  • Konstantin Savitsky, Russian realist painter
  • Konstantin Frank, viticulturist and winemaker
  • Konstantin Bogaevsky, Russian painter notable for his Symbolist landscapes
  • Konstantin von Benckendorff, Baltic German general and diplomat
  • Konstantin Flavitsky, Russian painter
  • Konstantin Aladashvili, Russian bobsledder and skeleton racer
  • Konstantin Vaginov, Russian poet and novelist
  • Konstantin Rakutin, Major-General of the NKVD
  • Konstantin Danil, renowned Serbian painter of the 19th century
  • Konstantin Stoilov, leading Bulgarian politician and twice Prime Minister
  • Konstantin Volkov, retired pole vaulter
  • Konstantin Märska, Estonian cinematographer and film director
  • Konstantin Muraviev, leading member of the Agrarian People's Union
  • Konstantin Gedroits, Russian scientist and painter born in Grigoriopol
  • Konstantin Kasimovsky, leading Russian neo-Nazi
  • Konstantin Dobrynich, 11th-century posadnik of Novgorod
  • Konstantin Scherbakov, Russian pianist
  • Konstantin Vasilyev, Russian symbolist painter
  • Konstantin Matusevich, retired Israeli high jumper
  • Konstantin Bronzit, Russian animator and animation film director and nominated twice for Oscars
  • Konstantin Gorbatov, Russian post-impressionist painter
  • Konstantin Dimitrov, Bulgarian politician and a Member of the European Parliament until 2007
  • Konstantin Chebotaryov, Russian painter
  • Konstantin Svechkar, Russian sprinter who specializes in the 400 metres
  • Konstantin Gey, early Russian communist party member and a participant
  • Konstantin Nikolsky, Russian rock musician, singer
  • Konstantin Lerner, Ukrainian chess grandmaster
  • Konstantin Sluchevsky, Russian poet
  • Konstantin Ushinsky, Russian teacher and writer
  • Konstantin Loktev, Soviet ice hockey player
  • Konstantin von Höfler, German church and general historian, publicist
  • Konstantin Semyonov, retired Israeli pole vaulter
  • Konstantin Rodko, Latvian painter who was based in the United States
  • Konstantin Posyet, Russian statesman and admiral
  • Konstantin Sharovarov, former Soviet/Belarusian handball player
  • Konstantin Tsiolkovsky, was a Russian and Soviet rocket scientist and pioneer of the astronautic theory
  • Konstantin Feoktistov, Soviet cosmonaut and an eminent space engineer
  • Konstantin Kozeyev, retired Russian cosmonaut
  • Konstantin Mereschkowski, prominent Russian biologist and botanist
  • Konstantin Andreev, Russian mathematician, best
  • Konstantin Chernenko, Soviet politician and the fifth General Secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union
  • Konstantin Stanislavski, seminal Russian theatre practitioner
  • Konstantin von Neurath, German diplomat remembered mostly for having served as Foreign minister of Germany between 1932 and 1938
  • Konstantin Pobedonostsev, Russian jurist, statesman
  • Konstantin Staniukovich, Russian writer


  1. Social Security Administration, https://www.ssa.gov/oact/babynames/index.html
  2. Office for National Statistics, https://www.ons.gov.uk/peoplepopulationandcommunity/birthsdeathsandmarriages/livebirths
  3. Central Statistics Office - An Phríomh-Oifig Staidrimh, https://visual.cso.ie/?body=entity/babynames
  4. Institut national de la statistique et des études économiques, https://www.insee.fr/fr/statistiques/2540004
  5. Sociale Verzekeringsbank, https://statbel.fgov.be/en/themes/population/family-names-and-first-names/first-names-boys-and-girls
  6. Office fédéral de la statistique, https://www.bfs.admin.ch/bfs/fr/home/statistiques/population/naissances-deces/prenoms-nouveaux-nes.html
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