Globally, Jozef (Jozef , جوزيف , Юзеф , along with others...) is a common male first name. The given name Jozef is habitual in Slovakia, where it is a common masculine name, Belgium, where it is quite a common male name, and Lebanon (explore the name in all countries). Measured by absolute frequency, the name is most common in Slovakia, Egypt, and Belgium. Very seldom, Jozef is the last name as well as the forename.
Jozef is also a name from the Bible. Explore more in our Biblical names portal!
|Jozef||Poland, Belgium, Czechia, Slovakia, United States|
|جوزيف||Egypt, Iraq, Lebanon, Sudan, Syria|
|Юзеф||Belarus, Kazakhstan, Lithuania, Ukraine, Russia|
|Йозеф||Ukraine, Armenia, Kazakhstan, Russia|
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Jozef is also a prevalent name for the fictitious and mythical characters: Joseph , the Biblical figure, son of Jacob and Rachel, The Qur’an; Joseph of Arimathea , the disciple of Jesus, donated his own prepared tomb for the burial of Jesus, Gospel of Mark; Captain Marvel , the fictional DC character, Batman: The Brave and the Bold; Lex Luthor , the supervillain appearing in DC Comics publications and related media, Justice League and Joe Biden , the fictional parody character from The Onion loosely based on the real Joe Biden, and in many other works.
|jozef hamon Ottoman-Jewish physician, ES (b. 1450)|
|jozef de montmorency, heer van nijvel en liedekerke Peerage person ID=645202, IT (b. 1496)|
|jozef korsak glubotsky Polish noble (b. 1590)|
|jozef alauda teacher, writer, poet, philosopher, astronomer, politician, SK (b. 1610)|
|jozef adddison English essayist, poet, playwright and politician (1672–1719), GB (b. 1672)|
|jozef oostfries Dutch Golden Age glasspainter (1628-1661), NL (b. 1628)|
|jozef boruwlaski Polish noble, UA (b. 1739)|
|jozef kluch Hungarian priest, university professor and writer (1748-1826), SK (b. 1748)|
|jozef adolf schmetterling Dutch painter, NL (b. 1751)|
|jozef kurtz (b. 1692)|
|jozef ignác bajza Slovak poet and writer, SK (b. 1755)|
|jozef van gierdegom Belgian architect, BE (b. 1760)|
|jozef karol hell Hungarian mining engineer (1713-1789), SK (b. 1713)|
|jozef spléni SK (b. 1710)|
|jozef klieber Austrian painter and sculptor (1773-1850), AT (b. 1773)|
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