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Surname Djordjevic

Cognomen Djordjevic (Djordjevic Serbia Austria Montenegro Bosnia and Herzegovina United States, Ђорђевић Serbia, Дйордйевиц Russia) , globally, is a common surname. The cognomen Djordjevic is habitual in Southern Europe, particularly Serbia, where it is a widespread surname, Montenegro, where it is a common surname, and Bosnia and Herzegovina, where it is quite a common surname (explore the name in all countries). In absolute terms, it is commonest in Serbia, Austria, and Montenegro. Much less frequently, Djordjevic is the forename as well as the last name.

Translations, transliterations and names similar to the name Djordjevic

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Djordjevic Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, United States, Serbia, Montenegro
Ђорђевић Serbia
Дйордйевиц Russia
Джорджевич Russia, Ukraine, Belarus

Last names said to be same

Djordjević, and Djordjevič

Notable namesakes

picture of aleksandar djordjevic aleksandar djordjevic aleksandar djordjevic association football player, AT (b. 1981) link
didara dukagjini djordjevic (b. 1930) link
zoran djordjevic Serbian photographer (b. 1959) link
nebojsa djordjevic chess player (b. 1963) link
dejan n djordjevic chess player (b. 1966) link
jovan djordjevic GB (b. 1957) link
dragan djordjevic chess player (b. 1968) link
mladen djordjevic chess player (b. 1968) link
alexander djordjevic American musician, US (b. 1970) link
nebojsa djordjevic tennis player, RS (b. 1973) link
ivan djordjevic (b. 1969) link
mladen djordjevic college basketball player (2016–2018) San Francisco link
valie djordjevic independent media and open tech advocate, journalist and researcher from Berlin link
slavisa djordjevic Ph.D. University of Niš 1998 link
zorana djordjevic researcher link

Characteristic forenames

Mr, Dzo, Lav, Lea, Joe, Teo, Tea, Dan, Nan, Ela, Edi, Edo, Ena, Ema, Eva, Nik, Vuk, Dee, Kat, Ms, Bo, Max, Mia, Sam, Sos, Ron, Ale, Amy, Asa, Aki, Coa, Bec, Bob, Ana, and Ina