Paulus

Paulus meaning and origin

Gender: Boy
Origin: Latin
Usage: Old Norse, Greenlandic, Finnish, Swedish, Danish and Norwegian
Meaning: Small, Little, Humble
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Paulus's meaning is Small, Little, Humble is of Latin origin and is given to baby boys is largely used in Norwegian, Swedish, Danish, Finnish, Greenlandic and Old Norse. Paulus is derivation of Paul. Also Paul is German and French cognate of Paulus. Unwonted Paul has its origin in Greek and Latin, Paul means "The Small and Little".

Variants of Paulus

Paulinus, Paul, Paulinas, Havel, Palle, Paulin, Adrianpaul, Paulanthony

Names that rhyme with Paulus

Popularity of Paulus

Paulus is an uncommon baby name in United States and may not be used now since it isn't seen since 1987. It had a short run of 6 years on France boy names chart. But Paulus is a popular baby name in Indonesia where every 1 in 4000 have the name as well as in, Namibia, South Africa and India. According to our research, over 120000 babies have been named Paulus globally.

YearRankBirths
198769485
196535386
196440345
192939605

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Paulus in Nordic countries

CountriesMenWomen
First NameSecondary NameFirst NameSecondary Name
Netherlands25321203785482
Finland111124200

Numerological analysis of Paulus

You are also the craziest, most determinate and strong-willed one in your surroundings. You are a smart person with a greater knowledge and wisdom. You are often taken as crazy because of your fearlessness and courageous acts you take to achieve your aspirations. Instead of running over people on your way to success, you teach them how to find their own path and how to succeed. When it comes to your career, you don't make it your priority but see it as something you must do to survive.

Other names similar to Paulus, for would be moms

  •  Heyki is German cognate of Heineke
  •  Benvy is Irish cognate of Bean Mhí
  •  Sesar is Icelandic form of Caesar
  •  Gneisti - Boy name Gneisti means "Spark", dominantly used in Icelandic and Old Norse has origin in Old Norse
  •  Antóníus - Noteworthy Antóníus notably is used in Swedish and Icelandic is given to baby boys. Antóníus is form of Antonius in Icelandic language
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Namesakes of Paulus

    Paulus Catena, name of an imperial notary
  • Paulus Castrensis, Italian jurist of the 14th century
  • Paulus Aemilius Veronensis, Italian historian
  • Paulus Melissus, humanist Neo-Latin writer, translator and composer
  • Paulus Moritz, German Roman Catholic cleric and founder of a minor branch of the Franciscan order
  • Paulus Buys,
  • Paulus Alexandrinus, astrological author from the late Roman Empire
  • Paulus Aemilius, Hebrew bibliographer, publisher, and teacher
  • Paulus Juusten, first bishop of Vyborg, and later, bishop of Turku
  • Paulus Stephanus Cassel, German Jewish convert to Christianity, writer
  • Paulus Manutius, Venetian printer with a humanist education
  • Paulus Bor, Dutch painter
  • Paulus Potter, Dutch painter
  • Paulus Kal, 15th-century German fencing master
  • Paulus Hector Mair, Augsburg civil servant
  • Paulus Roiha, Finnish retired footballer
  • Paulus Manker, Austrian film director and actor
  • Paulus Arajuuri, Finnish professional footballer
  • Paulus Shipanga, Namibian football midfielder
  • Paulus Powell, nineteenth-century politician from Virginia
  • Paulus Ambunda, Namibian boxer
  • Paulus Khofri, Assyrian composer, lyricist and painter

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