Piet

Piet meaning and origin

Gender: Boy
Origin: Old Greek and Latin
Usage: Dutch, German, Finnish, Swedish, Danish and Norwegian
Meaning: Rock and The Stone
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The boy name Piet is notably used in Danish, German, Dutch, Norwegian, Finnish and Swedish came from Old Greek. Piet is variant form of perpetual and biblical Peter. Peter is form of Pétr. Also Peter is variant form of Päter. Peter is Swedish cognate of Petrus. Also Peter is German cognate of Petrus, Which is Peter. Peter has its origin in Latin and Old Greek, Peter means "The Stone and Rock". Also. Piet is form of biblical and customary Pieter. Pieter is version of stonePeter. Pieter is form of Peter in German and Dutch languages. Also Pieter is equivalent of Pietar in Finnish language.

Variants of Piet

Peter, Pieter, Petros, Petrus, Pétr, Päter, Bedros, Perrin, Pearce, Peterjohn, Pietar, Petri, Perryn, Pears, Pearson, Piers, John, Pietari

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Popularity of Piet

Piet is an uncommon baby name in Switzerland, in use since 1999, peaked in 2018 when it ranked 714th. It had a short run of 5 years on Belgium boy names chart. But Piet is a popular baby name in South Africa where every 1 in 2000 have the name as well as in Netherlands. As per our estimate, over 90000 babies have been bestowed Piet around the globe.

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Piet in Nordic countries

CountriesMenWomen
First NameSecondary NameFirst NameSecondary Name
Netherlands38452528565
Sweden98565
Norway827565
Denmark152050

What numbers say about Piet?

Open your mind to new opinion and widen your perspective. You are full of dignity, charm, and have a lot of admirers because of your openness and kind nature. The law of attraction is something you admire and use when it comes to achieving your goals. You are a smart person with a greater knowledge and wisdom. And you are respected for living according to your own rules. If number 5 is your soul urge no it reveals your constant care of your soul and body.

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Namesakes of Piet

    Piet Dankert, Dutch politician
  • Piet Esser, Dutch sculptor
  • Piet Akkermans, Dutch classical scholar and academic administrator
  • Piet Bekaert, Belgian painter
  • Piet Malan, more commonly known as Piet
  • Piet Derksen, Dutch businessman who founded Center Parcs
  • Piet Paaltjens,
  • Piet Wijn, prolific Dutch comics creator
  • Piet Klijnveld, Dutch accountant
  • Piet Blom, Dutch architect best
  • Piet Kramer, Dutch architect
  • Piet Ouborg, Dutch artist
  • Piet de Zwarte, former Dutch water polo player,
  • Piet van Klaveren, was a boxer from the Netherlands,
  • Piet Goddaer,
  • Piet Roozenburg, draughts player from the Netherlands
  • Piet Kee, Dutch organist and composer
  • Piet Verhaert, Belgian painter
  • Piet Klocke, German musician, cabaret artist, author and actor
  • Piet Raijmakers, former equestrian from the Netherlands
  • Piet Ikelaar, track cyclist from the Netherlands
  • Piet de Brouwer, archer from the Netherlands
  • Piet Van Brabant, Belgian journalist
  • Piet Ooms, Dutch freestyle swimmer and water polo player
  • Piet Chielens, a Belgian writer, translator and curator
  • Piet Gunning, Dutch field hockey player
  • Piet Biesiadecki, American bobsledder who competed in the 1950s
  • Piet Wijdekop, Dutch sprint canoeist
  • Piet J. Kroonenberg, Scouting historian and was the historical consultant to the European Scout Committee
  • Piet Pieterszoon Hein, Dutch admiral and privateer for the Dutch Republic during the Eighty Years' War between the United Provinces and Spain
  • Piet Hein, meaning "tombstone"
  • Piet de Jong, Dutch politician and naval officer
  • Piet Cronjé, general of the South African Republic's military forces during the Anglo-Boer wars of 1880-1881 and 1899-1902
  • Piet Joubert, officeholder
  • Piet Keizer, Dutch professional footballer
  • Piet Cleij, former vice-secretary of the Union Mundial pro Interlingua and the chief lexicographer
  • Piet Hein Donner, retired Dutch politician of the Christian Democratic Appeal
  • Piet Zwart, Dutch photographer, typographer
  • Piet Retief, Voortrekker leader
  • Piet Norval, former tennis player from South Africa
  • Piet Kleine, former speed skater from the Netherlands
  • Piet Rinke, former Zimbabwean ODI cricketer
  • Piet Mondrian, Dutch painter and theoretician
  • Piet Uys, Voortrekker leader during the Great Trek
  • Piet Oudolf, influential Dutch garden designer
  • Piet Bervoets, famous Dutch trance artist
  • Piet Römer, Dutch television, film and stage actor
  • Piet de Visser, Dutch football manager and scout
  • Piet Schrijvers, professional Dutch football manager and former player
  • Piet Wildschut, retired football defender from the Netherlands
  • Piet van Wyk de Vries, independent South African songwriter

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