Around the world, Jakub (Jakub , יעקב , Якуб ) is a widespread male forename. The given name Jakub is characteristic of Eastern Europe, particularly Czechia, where it is a common male name, Poland, and Slovakia, where it is quite a common masculine name. Very seldom, Jakub is the last name as well as the forename.
Jakub is also a name from the Bible. Explore more in our Biblical names portal!
|Jakub||Slovakia, Poland, Azerbaijan, Czechia, India|
|Якуб||Russia, Ukraine, Tajikistan, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan|
Diego, Džeimss, Fritaa, Giacomo, Iacob, Iacobus, Iacopo, Iakovos, Jaakko, Jacb, Jacco, Jach, Jaco, Jacob, Jacobo, Jacobus, Jacopo, Jacques, Jacó, Jakab, Jakez, Jakob, Jakoubek, Jakov, Jakow, Jakuba, Jakubec, Jakubek, Jakubenko, Jakubik, Jakubka, Jakubko, Jakubs, Jakubus, Jakubík, Jakubíková, Jakubček, Jakubčo, Jakubčík, Jakób, Jakúb, James, Jaume, Jim, Jiminy, Jockel, Jokūbas, Jàkub, Jämes, Merdaa,
Jakub is also a prevalent name for the fictitious and mythical characters: St. James the Elder, Apostle , the one of the Twelve Apostles of Jesus, Gospel of Mark; Jacob , the in Genesis, a son of Isaac, also known as Israel; the patriarch of the Israelites, The Qur’an; James, son of Alphaeus , the one of the Twelve Apostles of Jesus Christ; Thing , the fictional character in Marvel Comics and Jakub Wędrowycz , character in Konan Destylator, and in many other works.
|jakub ze żnina Polish archbishop, PL (b. 1001)|
|jakub świnka Polish archbishop, PL (b. 1300)|
|jakub kaszuba (b. 1250)|
|jakub strepa Polish Roman Catholic Bishop and member of the Order of Friars Minor, PL (b. 1340)|
|jakub skarbek z góry (b. 1350)|
|jakub z zaborowa PL (b. 1350)|
|jakub szydłowiecki PL (b. 1350)|
|jakub z korzkwi (b. 1350)|
|jakub z sienna archbishop, PL (b. 1413)|
|jakub kromesin z brezovic (b. 1386)|
|jakub z nymburka Czech Roman Catholic priest, IT (b. 1400)|
|jakub von stadice Czech farmer, CZ (b. 1400)|
|jakub szydłowiecki Grand Teasurer of the Crown (1453-1509), PL (b. 1453)|
|jakub matějův ze soběslavi (b. 1400)|
|jakub parkoszowic PL (b. 1400)|
Ka, Novotný, Woźniak, Zieliński, Michalski, Szymański, Kamiński, Kaczmarek, Kowalczyk, Grabowski, Jankowski, Jabłoński, Malinowski, Kozłowski, Piotrowski, Jakubowski, Nowakowski, Kwiatkowski, Lewandowski, Tomaszewski, Jaworski, Dvořák, Krawczyk, Kowalski, Ek, Ski, Nek, Kuba, Marek, Mazur, Novak, Nowak, Owski, Wiśniewski, Sikora, Novák, Horák, Svoboda, Kučera, Nowicki, Wójcik, Černý, Majewski, Michalak, Pawlak, and Wojciechowski