In all the world, Jokūbas (יעקב , Якуб , Jokūbas ) is quite a common male given name. The forename Jokūbas is characteristic of Kyrgyzstan, where it is quite a rare boy's name, Azerbaijan, and Tajikistan. Not in comparison with a country's population, it is commonest in Russia, Ukraine, and Azerbaijan. Much less frequently, Jokūbas is the last name as well as the forename.
Jokūbas is also a name from the Bible. Explore more in our Biblical names portal!
|Якуб||Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Ukraine, Russia, Tajikistan|
Diego, Džeimss, Giacomo, Iacob, Iacobus, Iacopo, Iakov, Iakow, Jaakko, Jaakob, Jacb, Jacco, Jaco, Jacob, Jacobbi, Jacobo, Jacobus, Jacopo, Jacques, Jacó, Jaime, Jakab, Jakau, Jakez, Jakiv, Jakiw, Jakob, Jakov, Jakow, Jakub, Jakubs, Jakób, Jakúb, James, Jamie, Jaume, Jim, Jiminy, Jockel, Jokubas, Jákob, Jämes, Santiago, Santjago, Seamus, Séamus, Thiago, Ya'Acov, Ya'Aqov, Ya'Qub,
Jokūbas 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 Jacob Frye , the fictional character in the Assassin's Creed series, Assassin's Creed Syndicate, and in many other works.
|jokūbas trakiškis (b. 1350)|
|jokūbas morkūnas (b. 1550)|
|jokūbas hladovickis LT (b. 1646)|
|jokūbas brodovskis LT (b. 1692)|
|jokūbas nakcijonavičius BY (b. 1725)|
|jokūbas ignotas nagurskis LT (b. 1734)|
|jokūbas šimkevičius LT (b. 1775)|
|jokūbas vygodskis Polish-Lithuanian politician (1856-1941), LT (b. 1856)|
|jokūbas stikliorius RU (b. 1871)|
|jokūbas daumantas politician, LT (b. 1876)|
|jokūbas robinzonas American journalist (1889-1977), US (b. 1889)|
|jokūbas stanišauskas politician (1892-1943), LT (b. 1892)|
|jokūbas mesenbliumas Lithuanian painter, LT (b. 1894)|
|jokūbas mikelėnas LT (b. 1885)|
|jokūbas varaitis LT (b. 1892)|
Gu, Nosovas, Zalepūga, Škimelis, Mažeika, Merkelis, Milaknis, Milieška, Minikavičius, Savickas, Setkauskas, Bareikis, Beniušis, Domarkas, Žadeikis, Mameniškis, Vlaščenko, Žemaitaitis, Rinkevičius, Čiurlionis, Krikštanavičius, Rimkevičius, Noreika, Nikanorovas, Tėvelis, Ragulis, Kum, Nagys, Ūdra, Marley, Mordas, Sinušas, Arsoba, Kantminas, Kancė, Keblys, Kuskys, Dargis, Guobys, Lienys, Viduto, Žukas, Akramas, Beivydas, Kodoras, Preikša, Pikšilingis, Liutkus, and Milaševičius