In the entire world, Ιάκωβος (Jacques , Jacobus , Ιάκωβος ) is a widespread boy's first name. The first name Ιάκωβος is characteristic of France, where it is a widespread boy's name, South Africa, where it is a common boy's name, and Cameroon, where it is quite a common male name (explore the name in all countries). Not in comparison with a country's population, it most frequently occurs in France, South Africa, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Very seldom, Ιάκωβος is the last name as well as the forename.
Ιάκωβος is also a name from the Bible. Explore more in our Biblical names portal!
|Jacques||Democratic Republic of the Congo, Cameroon, South Africa, Canada, France|
|Jacobus||Belgium, South Africa, Canada, United States, France|
Diego, Džeimss, Giacomo, Iacob, Iacobus, Iacopo, Iakobos, Iakovos, Iákovos, Jaakko, Jacb, Jacco, Jaco, Jacob, Jacobo, Jacopo, Jacó, Jaime, Jakab, Jakez, Jakob, Jakobus, Jakov, Jakow, Jakub, Jakubs, Jakue, Jakób, Jakúb, James, Jaume, Jim, Jiminy, Jockel, Jokūbas, Jämes, Makis, Santiago, Santjago, Seamus, Séamus, Thiago, Xacobe, Yacob, Yakiv, Yakov, Yakub, Yakup, Yaqoob, Yaqoub,
Ιάκωβος is also a prevalent name for the fictitious and mythical characters: Jacques Paganel , the character created by Jules Verne, In Search of the Castaways; Inspector Clouseau , the character in Pink Panther, The Pink Panther; Jacques Vingtras , character in Le Bachelier; Judex , the comics character, Judex and Jacques Strap , the prank call alter ego used by Bart Simpson in the 1990 The Simpsons episode Moaning Lisa (S1, E6), and in many other works.
|ιάκωβος α΄ της κύπρου King of Cyprus and Armenia, CY (b. 1334)|
|ιάκωβος β' της κύπρου King of Cyprus, Jerusalem and Armenia, CY (b. 1438)|
|ιάκωβος γ' της κύπρου King of Cyprus, CY (b. 1473)|
|ιάκωβος βασιλικός ruler of Moldavia (1511–1563), GR (b. 1511)|
|ιάκωβος παλαιολόγος Dominican friar who became an anti-Trinitarian, GR (b. 1520)|
|ιάκωβος τζαντήρις 17th Century Patron featured in the Painting of Saint James by Emmanuel Tzanes in 1683 (b. 1700)|
|ιάκωβος πυλαρινός Italian physician, GR (b. 1659)|
|ιάκωβος μόσχος Greek painter, GR (b. 1680)|
|ιάκωβος ρίζος νερουλός Greek politician, GR (b. 1778)|
|ιάκωβος ρίζος ραγκαβής Greek translator, GR (b. 1779)|
|ιάκωβος τομπάζης Greek admiral, GR (b. 1782)|
|ιάκωβος παξιμάδης Greek politician, GR (b. 1788)|
|ιάκωβος β΄ Greek Patriarch of Alexandria 1861-1865, GR (b. 1803)|
|ιάκωβος πολυλάς Greek politician and writer, GR (b. 1825)|
|ιάκωβος χαλικιόπουλος μάντζαρος GR (b. 1768)|