Across the world, Nicolás (Nicolás , نيكولاس , Николас , along with others...) is a common masculine given name. The given name Nicolás is habitual in Latin America and the Caribbean, particularly Uruguay, where it is a common boy's name, Colombia, where it is quite a rare boy's name, and Bolivia. In absolute terms, this name is the most popular in Latin America and the Caribbean, particularly Uruguay, Colombia, and Argentina. Very seldom, Nicolás is the last name as well as the forename.
Nicolás is also a name from the Bible. Explore more in our Biblical names portal!
|Nicolás||Uruguay, Argentina, Spain, Paraguay, Colombia|
|نيكولاس||Egypt, Palestinian Territory, Sudan, Iraq|
|Николас||Russia, Belarus, Ukraine, Bulgaria, Kazakhstan|
Klaus, Miklos, Miklós, Mikola, Mikołaj, Mikuláš, Mykola, Mykoła, Niccolò, Nicholas, Nickel, Nicolaas, Nicolae, Nicolaes, Nicolao, Nicolas, Nicolau, Nicolaus, Nicolo, Nicolò, Nicos, Niels, Niko, Nikolai, Nikolai, Nikolaj, Nikolaj, Nikolajs, Nikolao, Nikolaos, Nikolas, Nikolass, Nikolaus, Nikolay, Nikolaz, Nikolaï, Nikos, Nikołaj, Nikólaos, Nils, Nyikolaj, Κλάους, Νίκολας, Νίκος, Νικολάου, Νικόλαος, Νικόλας, Клаус, Коля, Миклош, Микола,
Nicolás is also a prevalent name for the fictitious and mythical characters: Maese Nicolás , character in Don Quixote; Nick Wilde , the Zootopia character; Nick Fury , the fictional character from the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Avengers: Infinity War; Michael Darling , the fictional character from Peter Pan and Niklaus Mikaelson , the fictional character in The Vampire Diaries and The Originals television series, and in many other works.
|nicolás el monje (b. 800)|
|nicolás peris (b. 1250)|
|nicolás gallus FR (b. 1200)|
|nicolás eimerich Spanish theologian, ES (b. 1320)|
|nicolás rosell Majorcan friar, inquisitor and cardinal (1314-1362), ES (b. 1314)|
|nicolás de biedma (b. 1350)|
|nicolás francés Spanish painter and miniaturist (1390-1468), FR (b. 1390)|
|nicolás de ovando Spanish explorer, colonial governors, ES (b. 1451)|
|nicolás sagondino (b. 1402)|
|nicolás delli Italian artist, 1413-1470 or 1471, FR (b. 1413)|
|nicolás de ribera Spanish conquistado, ES (b. 1487)|
|nicolás calafat ES (b. 1430)|
|nicolás de bobadilla Spanish Jesuit, ES (b. 1511)|
|nicolás gómez ES (b. 1454)|
|nicolás de piamonte Spanish translator, ES (b. 1500)|
Soto, Suárez, Alvarez, García, Guzmán, Herrera, Fuentes, Ignacio, Martinez, Sánchez, Castillo, Ramírez, Gonzalez, Jiménez, Álvarez, Martínez, Contreras, Rodriguez, González, Rodríguez, Gutiérrez, Hernández, Morales, Martín, Flores, Vargas, Cruz, Ruiz, Diaz, Vega, Silva, Peña, Ramos, Rojas, Reyes, Díaz, Valenzuela, León, Moreno, Molina, Medina, Muñoz, Castro, Pérez, Romero, Gómez, López, Torres, Ortiz, and Fernández