Roman name meaning

Gender: Boy
Usage: English, German, Czech, Polish, Finnish, Swedish, Danish and Norwegian
Pronunciation: ro-min
Meaning: Citizen of Roman and Man from Rome
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What does Roman mean?

Roman's meaning is Citizen of Roman or Man from Rome used for both boys and girls, used in German, Finnish, Danish, Czech, Swedish, Norwegian, English and Polish is originated from Albanian, Polish, Russian, Czech, Romanian, Slavic, Latin and German.

Roman is variant of ceaseless Romanus. Romanus is equivalent of Roman in Latin language. Romanus's meaning is Romans and Roman is originated from Latin. The name is celebrated on February 28th.

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How do I pronounce Roman?

Two syllabled Roman is pronounced as ro-min.

Variants of Roman

Romann, Romanus

Nicknames for Roman

From ton of nicknames for given name Roman, we love these names:

Names that rhyme with Roman

How popular is the name Roman?

Roman is a popular name in United States given to over 69552 babies in 166 years. At present peaked at the charts, the moniker grabbed the 85th spot and 4364 baby boys were given the name.

Additionally, the name has been in the top 100 baby names 3 times Also, a popular name in England and Wales with over 7224 new-borns have been given the name since 1996.

Currently the name is hotter than ever, it ranked 62nd when 1018 parents chose the moniker for their baby boys. Moreover, the name has been to the top 100 baby names 4 times

Roman was a common name in France.

Over 8584 babies have been named Roman since 1900. At the peak of its usage in 2004,. However after 103 years, the name is currently sliding down on the charts but it is still going strong.

Also, In Switzerland, Roman was once a common name since emerging in 1998 it has been given to over 1418 babies. At its zenith in 1998,. However after 21 years, the name is currently sliding down on the charts.

Roman is a familiar baby name in Queensland, during its short term of usage, the name has been to the top 100 names. Recently in 2019, 79 babies were given Roman and it reached its peak ranking, 82 on boy names chart.

Roman is a unique baby name in Belgium, it has been in use since 1995 and was able to reach the top 300 names. In 2008, it achieved its highest ever ranking of 296 on boy names chart when 41 babies were named Roman.

There are over 530 babies that have been given the name Roman in Belgium.

Roman is an uncommon baby name in Ireland, in use since 2001, peaked in 2008 when it ranked 317th.

There are over 135 babies that have been given the name Roman in Ireland. Roman is a rare baby name in Queensland however it is still in use. However things change on global perspective, Roman is extremely popular in Russia where every 1 in 200 have the name as well as in Ukraine.

Also the baby name is popular in Poland, Mexico, Czech Republic, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Belarus, Germany, Philippines, Bangladesh, Turkmenistan, Slovakia, Austria, Ethiopia, Peru, Colombia, Israel, Bolivia, Tajikistan, Pakistan, Georgia, Venezuela, Slovenia, Canada, Moldova, Afghanistan and India.

As per our research, over 2120000 babies have been bestowed Roman around the globe.

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Roman in Nordic countries

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What numbers say about Roman?

You don't believe in rules and restrictions. Use your influence and attractiveness to ‘force' people to do the right thing when necessary. If a person doesn't love you as you imagined, you suppose they don't love you at all. You are all about justice and can't stand people who interfere in other people's lives. You are strongly interested in exploring scientific fields, mysticism, and philosophy.

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Famous people named Roman

  • Roman Herzog, German politician, judge and legal scholar
  • Roman I of Kiev, Prince of Smolensk
  • Roman Hoffstetter, Hoffstetter wrote "everything that flows from Haydn's pen seems to me so beautiful and remains so imprinted on my memory that I cannot prevent myself now and again
  • Roman Mykolayovych Kozak, candidate in the 2004 Ukrainian presidential election
  • Roman Szymański, Polish political activist, publicist
  • Roman Jugg, keyboard player and guitarist
  • Roman Sołtyk, Polish nobleman, political activist and general
  • Roman of Bulgaria, was emperor of Bulgaria from 977 to 991
  • Roman Ghirshman, Russian-born French archeologist
  • Roman Karmen, Soviet war camera-man and film director and one of the most influential figures
  • Roman Sebastian Zängerle, was Prince-Bishop of Seckau
  • Roman Danylo, Canadian comedian
  • Roman Shchurenko, male athlete
  • Roman Rozdolsky, important Marxian scholar and political revolutionary
  • Roman Yakub, composer
  • Roman Żuliński, - a Polish mathematician and co-commander of the January Uprising
  • Roman Romanov, Lithuanian businessman of Russian origin as well as the one time
  • Roman McDougald, American mystery writer
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  • Roman Wilhelmi, Polish theatre and film actor
  • Roman Rasskazov, Russian race walker
  • Roman Mrázek, He represented his former nation at the 1988 Summer Olympics and the 1992 Summer Olympics
  • Roman Jackiw, theoretical physicist and Dirac Medallist
  • Roman Frederick Starzl, American author
  • Roman Kirn, ambassador of the Republic of Slovenia to the United States
  • Roman Zarubin, Russian sprint canoer
  • Roman Schatz, German-born Finnish journalist and author
  • Roman Bezsmertnyi, Ukrainian politician
  • Roman Tvrdoň, Slovakian ice hockey player
  • Roman Magdziarczyk, Polish race walker
  • Roman Khudyakov, Transnistrian-born Russian politician
  • Roman Turovsky-Savchuk, American artist-painter
  • Roman Hurko, New York based composer
  • Roman Ludwiczuk, Polish senator, representing Civic Platform
  • Roman Hinderer, German Jesuit missionary in imperial China
  • Roman Odzierzyński, 35th Prime Minister of Poland and 5th prime minister in the Polish Government
  • Roman of Le Puy, first lord of Oultrejordain
  • Roman Tsepov, Saint Petersburg businessman and confidant to Vladimir Putin during Putin's work at the Saint Petersburg City Administration
  • Roman Galiński, Polish-American activist
  • Roman Fricke, German high jumper
  • Roman Maciejewski, Polish composer
  • Roman Danylak, Canadian Ukrainian Catholic bishop
  • Roman Haubenstock-Ramati, composer and music editor who worked in Kraków
  • Roman Palester, Polish composer of classical music
  • Roman Jakobson, Russian linguist and literary theorist
  • Roman Romanenko, retired cosmonaut at the Yuri Gagarin Cosmonaut Training Center
  • Roman Ingarden, Polish philosopher who worked in phenomenology
  • Roman Sikorski, Polish mathematician
  • Roman Longchamps de Bérier, Polish lawyer and university professor
  • Roman Juszkiewicz, Polish astrophysicist whose work concerned fundamental issues of cosmology
  • Roman Polanski, French-Polish film director, producer, writer
  • Roman Tam, Hong Kong singer
  • Roman Lyashenko, Russian ice hockey player
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  • Roman Dmowski, Polish politician, statesman
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