Paulinus meaning and origin
Paulinus means Small or Paul is used commonly in Lithuanian, German, Swedish, Finnish and English bestowed upon baby boys is originated from Paulus and Latin. Paulinus is form of dominant Paulus. Paulus is derived from Paul. Paulus is originated from Latin, Paulus means "Small, Little, Humble". Paulinus is Lithuanian equivalent of Paul. Also Paulinus is Latin and Biblical cognate of Paulinus.
Variants of PaulinusNames that rhyme with Paulinus
Popularity of Paulinus
Paulinus is a popular baby name in Nigeria where every 1 in 20000 have the name as well as in Indonesia. According to our estimate, at least 20000 people have been bestowed Paulinus around the globe.
Paulinus in Nordic countries
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What numbers say about Paulinus?
You are an adventurer who follows his intuition. You never get too obsessed with a person because you know that everything in life is temporary, especially relationships. Your friends have a hard time decoding your mood. You are often seen as the wise weirdo who doesn't talk much. If someone surprises you in a positive way, that's fine. But it will take long until they earn your trust and full respect.
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Namesakes of Paulinus
- Paulinus of Nola, Roman poet, writer, and senator
- Paulinus II of Aquileia, priest, theologian, poet
- Paulinus I of Aquileia, first Patriarch of Aquileia
- Paulinus of Pella, Christian poet of the fifth century
- Paulinus of Antioch, early Christian, who, along with a priest
- Paulinus of York, Roman missionary and the first Bishop of York
- Paulinus of Leeds, master of St