Sebastianus meaning and origin

Gender: Boy
Origin: Greek
Usage: Finnish, Swedish and Danish
Meaning: From Sebastia, a Town At the Black Sea
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Boy name Sebastianus means "From Sebastia, a Town At the Black Sea" which is notably used in Finnish, Swedish and Danish came from Greek.

Variants of Sebastianus

Sebastian, Bastiaan, Bastian

Names that rhyme with Sebastianus

Popularity of Sebastianus

Sebastianus is a popular baby name in Indonesia where every 1 in 40000 have the name. According to our evaluation, at least 6000 people have been bestowed Sebastianus around the globe, concentrated mainly in Islamic countries.


Sebastianus in Nordic countries

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What numbers say about Sebastianus?

You chose not to love people who don't love themselves. Don't take life too seriously. Stay curious but don't stress over things because everything's built to change, and not only people but everything you can think of. Achieving inner peace and harmony in life is what's most important to you. Remember you don't have to know everything. Instead of talking about your dreams and goals, you prefer to realize them and focus on even greater goals after.

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Namesakes of Sebastianus

    Sebastianus, aristocrat of southern Gaul

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