Stephan meaning and origin

Gender: Unisex, both Boy and Girl
Origin: Old Greek
Usage: Tamil, German, English, Finnish, Swedish, Danish and Norwegian
Meaning: Crowned One
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Stephan's meaning is The Crowned used for both sexes. Its origin is in Old Greek is used majorly in Norwegian, Tamil, Danish, English, Swedish, Finnish and German. Stephan is variant form of eminent and persistent Stephen. Stephen is form of Stephanus in English language. Stephen's meaning is Wreath, Garland and The Crowned has its origin in Old Greek. Stephan is variant of Stephanus. Stephanus is variation of ever lasting, darling and biblical Stephen. Stephanus is Latin form of The Greek Name Στεφανος = Crown, Garland.

Variants of Stephan

Stephanos, Stephanus, Stephen, Estavan, Esteban, Stephenmichael, Stefan, Michael

Names that rhyme with Stephan

Popularity of Stephan

Stephan was among the popular names in United States. Since emerging in 1895 around 27015 babies have been given the first name. At the peak of its usage in 1954, it ranked 313rd when 579 parents chose the moniker for their baby boys. However after 145 years, the name is currently sliding down on the charts. In addition to that, the given name has been in the top 500 baby names an astonishing 51 times Also, Stephan was a popular name in France. Over 12850 babies have been given the first name in 121 years. When at the peak of its usage in 1971, the moniker grabbed the 96th spot and 777 baby boys were given the name. However after 121 years, the name is currently sliding down on the charts. Additionally, the given name has been in the top 100 baby names 3 times

Stephan is a unique baby name in England and Wales, it has been in use since 1996 and was able to reach the top 600 names. In 1996, it achieved its highest ever ranking of 526 on boy names chart when 33 babies were named Stephan. Over 342 people have been named Stephan in England and Wales. Stephan is an uncommon baby name in Ireland, in use since 1969, peaked in 1969 when it ranked 196th and last appeared in 2004. It had a short run of 8 years on Belgium boy names chart.

However things change on global perspective, Stephan is extremely popular in Germany where every 1 in 700 have the name. Also the baby name is popular in Switzerland, Madagascar, Netherlands, India, South Africa, Austria and Canada. As per our research, over 310000 people has been named Stephan globally.

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Stephan in Nordic countries

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What numbers say about Stephan?

You don't need people to tell you that you are awesome and special because you already know. You don't believe in rules and restrictions. You are the original fellow everyone admires. You act protectively around the people you love and people who need help. You are persistent but without motivation, you won't accomplish anything. You are co-operative, caring and courteous individual. Having no 5 as your personality number represents your extraordinary personality and creativity.

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  •  Ambrogia came from Old Greek, meaning of Ambrogia is "Immortal" which is mostly used in Italian is aimed at girls
  •  Ligia - Far-out Ligia especially is used in Greek and Spanish, meaning of Ligia is "Musical" used for girls is originated from Old Greek
  •  Meghann - Widespread girl name Meghann means "Diminutive of Margaret or Pearl" which came from Old Greek is used specifically in English
  •  Marlène - Girl name Marlène means "Sun or Sea" has its origin in Greek and Hebrew languages is used principally in Swedish, Finnish and Danish
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Namesakes of Stephan

    Stephan Vuckovic, athlete from Germany, who competes in triathlon
  • Stephan Bergler, Transylvanian Saxon classical scholar and antiquarian
  • Stephan Schmidt, German-born classical guitarist now residing
  • Stephan Angeloff, Bulgarian microbiologist
  • Stephan Schmidheiny, Swiss entrepreneur
  • Stephan Szpak-Fleet, was born on April 25, 1979 in Warsaw
  • Stephan Ludwig Roth, Transylvanian Saxon intellectual
  • Stephan Pyles, is a chef, cookbook author, philanthropist
  • Stephan Reimertz, German poet, essayist, novelist and art historian
  • Stephan Darnstaedt,
  • Stephan Rössner, Swedish physician and world-renowned expert on dieting
  • Stephan Freigang, former long-distance runner from Germany,
  • Stephan Hermlin, German author
  • Stephan Praetorius, German Lutheran theologian and pastor
  • Stephan Lundh, is Swedish hockey coach
  • Stephan Breuing, German sprint canoer who has competed since 2005
  • Stephan Körner, British philosopher,
  • Stephan Wiest, Catholic priest, Cistercian, and professor
  • Stephan Galfas, music producer
  • Stephan R. Epstein, British economic historian
  • Stephan Kuttner, an expert in Canon Law
  • Stephan Bodecker, 37th Bishop of Brandenburg and a Christian Hebraist
  • Stephan Waser, Swiss bobsledder
  • Stephan Louw, Namibian long jumper
  • Stephan Remmler, German singer, musician, and composer
  • Stephan Kaschendorf, early German organ builder
  • Stephan Endlicher, Austrian botanist, numismatist and Sinologist
  • Stephan Dahl, British academic
  • Stephan Cohn-Vossen, mathematician, who was responsible for
  • Stephan A. Hoeller, American author and scholar
  • Stephan Micus, German classical and world musician and composer whose musical style is heavily influenced by his study of traditional instruments and musical techniques
  • Stephan Pastis, American cartoonist and the creator of the comic strip 'Pearls Before Swine'
  • Stephan Eberharter, former World Cup alpine ski racer from Austria
  • Stephan Jenkins, American musician best known as the lead singer
  • Stephan G. Stephansson, Western Icelander, poet, and farmer
  • Stephan Andersen, Danish professional football player
  • Stephan Groth, man behind Apoptygma Berzerk
  • Stephan Elliott, Australian film director and screenwriter
  • Stephan Kinsella, American intellectual property lawyer, author
  • Stephan Eicher, Swiss singer
  • Stephan Bonnar, American professional wrestler and retired professional mixed martial artist
  • Stephan Swanepoel, Namibian cricketer
  • Stephan Weidner, musician and music producer
  • Stephan Beckenbauer, German footballer who played as a defender
  • Stephan Lichtsteiner, Swiss professional footballer
  • Stephan Sinding, Norwegian-Danish sculptor
  • Stephan Veen, * [https://web
  • Stephan Lehmann, retired Swiss professional football goalkeeper
  • Stephan Fürstner, German footballer
  • Stephan Brenninkmeijer, award-winning Dutch film director, producer
  • Stephan Hocke, German former ski jumper
  • Stephan Martinière, French science fiction and fantasy artist as well as cartoonist
  • Stephan Grundy, Grundy grew up in Dallas

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