Around the world, Štefan (Stefan , Štefan , Штефан ) is a widespread boy's given name. The first name Štefan is characteristic of Germany, where it is a common boy's name, Romania, where it is a common principally masculine, but scarcely female name, and Montenegro, where it is a common masculine name (explore the name in all countries). In absolute terms, it is commonest in Germany, Romania, and Austria. Also, Štefan is the last name as well as the forename.
Štefan is also a name from the Bible. Explore more in our Biblical names portal!
|Stefan||Serbia, Poland, Sweden, Romania, Germany|
|Štefan||Serbia, Austria, Belgium, Slovakia, Germany|
|Штефан||Kazakhstan, Ukraine, Russia, Kyrgyzstan, Belarus|
Esteban, Esteve, Estevo, Estêvão, Etienne, Istvan, István, Staffan, Steeve, Stef, Stefano, Stefanos, Stefans, Stefanu, Stefanus, Stefen, Steffan, Steffen, Stefán, Stepan, Stepas, Stephan, Stephane, Stephanus, Stephen, Stepn, Steponas, Stevan, Steve, Steven, Stevo, Stiepan, Stiven, Stjepan, Stépan, Stéphane, Stěpan, Stīvs, Szczepan, Tapani, Étienne, Štefanová, Štefko, Štefánek, Štefánik, Štěpán, Ștefan, Στέφανος, Естебан, Естевао,
Štefan is also a prevalent name for the fictitious and mythical characters: Doctor Strange , the fictional character in Marvel Comics, Avengers: Infinity War; Stefan Salvatore , the fictional character in The Vampire Diaries universe; Ted Kord , the superhero who was originally published by Charlton Comics and later picked up by DC Comics, Smallville; Stephan Bronski , the fictional character from The Tin Drum by Günter Grass and Stephen Strange , the character in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Avengers: Infinity War, and in many other works.
|štefan jung SK (b. 1409)|
|štefan kanižai (b. 1450)|
|štefan vysočáni SK (b. 1605)|
|štefan zagrebec Kajkavian Croatian writer, Capuchin monk, theologian, HR (b. 1669)|
|štefan kereškéni SK (b. 1641)|
|štefan mozetič (b. 1649)|
|štefan ferdinand selecký Slovak writer, SK (b. 1675)|
|štefan zagrebec (b. 1669)|
|štefan ebecký SK (b. 1670)|
|štefan csiba SK (b. 1673)|
|štefan dubnický SK (b. 1675)|
|štefan golja SI (b. 1689)|
|štefan pepeu SI (b. 1696)|
|štefan pongrác Slovak university teacher, jesuit, SK (b. 1713)|
|štefan gažo SK (b. 1711)|
Pap, Prokop, Gordan, Lukáč, Takáč, Novák, Horvat, Husár, Fidler, Šuran, Morosko, Molnár, Baláž, Kováč, Demeter, Tomáš, Németh, Horňák, Farkaš, Svinčiak, Chovanec, Horváth, Szabó, Mikuš, Švec, Šuba, Ing, Sabo, Rigo, Rác, Gál, Nagy, Wožniak, Čep, Čech, Sopko, Mészáros, Sýkora, Belko, Kuhar, Danko, Dunaj, Drozd, Tomka, Tóth, Novak, Halas, Varga, Szabo, and Blaškovič