Forename directory - Names / meaning for "Leopold"

People with the first name "Leopold"

Leopold Abraham Leopold Aigner Leopold Bachmann Leopold Baron Leopold Bauer Leopold Bernard Leopold Bertea Leopold Birnbaum Leopold Bogner Leopold Botteri Leopold Busse Leopold Chow Leopold Cohen Leopold Dangl Leopold Deufl Leopold Didier Leopold Diouf Leopold Dittrich Leopold Dotter Leopold Dube Leopold Duszka Leopold Enz Leopold Ethier Leopold Faye Leopold Fischer Leopold Flohé Leopold Freiherr von Diergardt Leopold Friedman Leopold Friedrich Leopold Frisch Leopold Fröhlich Leopold Fugger Leopold Gerhard Leopold Gierer Leopold Grant Leopold Hagenberg Leopold Haider Leopold Haindl Leopold Haller Leopold Halser Leopold Hess Leopold Ho Leopold Höglinger Leopold Irmler Leopold Julia Leopold K Crouse Leopold Kamdem Leopold Kasses Leopold Keiblinger Leopold Keller-Bauer Leopold Klaus Leopold Kopcial Leopold Kratochwil Leopold Kraus Leopold Krauss Leopold Kreczy Leopold Kukac Leopold Kula Leopold Kuttner Leopold Leon Leopold Loth Leopold Lucas Leopold Marcel Leopold Markus Leopold Mikulic Leopold Mozart Leopold Neumann Leopold Odoi Leopold Olma Leopold Pierre Leopold Plattner Leopold Popp Leopold Postlmayr Leopold Rath Leopold Reiser Leopold Renz Leopold Riepl Leopold Rieser Leopold Schmidt Leopold Schmutzler Leopold Schoenauer Leopold Senghor Leopold Sitz Leopold Socha Leopold Suhodolcan Leopold Trimmel Leopold Tyrmand Leopold Verch Leopold Weiss Leopold Werdich Leopold Wieczorek Leopold Wiener Leopold Xavier Leopold Zappler Leopold Zizlsperger Leopold Zunz Leopold Von Bredow Leopold Von Diergardt Leopold von Hohenlohe Leopold von Plessen
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Information about "Leopold"

Name-day: 15.11.

For this Leopold there are 854 different names on Yasni.

Most common last names for Leopold are: Kaiser, Meomatho, Momin

In the ranking of the most common first names Leopold is on position 3764.

Meaning of "Leopold"

Male first name (German): Leopold, Old High (two-part name); liut = the people, the people, soon = bold, brave, old German two-part name, spread by the cult of St. Leopold, Margrave of Austria (11-12 cent.)

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