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05/09/2014

Joseph is a name originating from Hebrew, meaning 'God will increase'

  • Afrikaans: Josef
  • Albanian: Jozef, Zef, Josif, Josip, Isuf
  • Alsatian: Sepp
  • Armenian: ?????? Hovsep
  • Arabic: ???? (Y?suf, Youssef, Yussef, Yousuf)
  • Azerbaijani: Yusif, Yusuf, Usub
  • Belarusian: ?????, Iosif, ????, Yazep
  • Bosnian: Josip, Jusuf
  • Basque: Joseba, Josepe
  • Bulgarian: ?????, Yosif
  • Catalan: Josep, Pep (shortened form), Jep (an alternative shortened form)
  • Corsican: Ghjaseppu
  • Croatian: Josip, Joso, Jozo, Jo
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Joseph is a name originating from Hebrew, meaning 'God will increase'

  • Afrikaans: Josef
  • Albanian: Jozef, Zef, Josif, Josip, Isuf
  • Alsatian: Sepp
  • Armenian: Õ€Õ¸Õ¾Õ½Õ¥Öƒ Hovsep
  • Arabic: يوسف (YÅ«suf, Youssef, Yussef, Yousuf)
  • Azerbaijani: Yusif, Yusuf, Usub
  • Belarusian: Іосіф, Iosif, Язэп, Yazep
  • Bosnian: Josip, Jusuf
  • Basque: Joseba, Josepe
  • Bulgarian: Йосиф, Yosif
  • Catalan: Josep, Pep (shortened form), Jep (an alternative shortened form)
  • Corsican: Ghjaseppu
  • Croatian: Josip, Joso, Jozo, JoÅ¡ko, Joža
  • Czech: Josef, Jožka, Pepa, Pepík, Pepik, Pepan, Pepča, Pepek, Pepino, Jožin
  • Danish: Joseph, Josef
  • Dutch: Jozef, Joost, Jos, Jo, Jef, Seppe
  • English: Joseph, Joe, Joey
  • Esperanto: Jozefo
  • Estonian: Joosep, Joosu
  • Faroese: Jósef
  • Finnish: Jooseppi, Juuso
  • French: Joseph
  • Friulian: Bepi, Bepo, Bepùt
  • Galician: Xosé
  • Georgian: იოსებ Ioseb, სოსო Soso
  • German: Josef, Joseph; Jupp (familiar); Sepp Seppl or Pepi (familiar or diminutive forms, particularly in South Germany and Austria)
  • Greek: Ἰωσήφ (Iōséph), Ἰώσηπος (Iosepos), (Iosipos)
  • Hebrew: יוסף (Yosef)
  • Hindi: योसेफ (YōsÄ“ph)
  • Hungarian: Jóska, József
  • Icelandic: Jósef (pronounced "YO-sef"), Jósep (pronounced "YO-sep")
  • Indonesian: Yoseph,Yosep,Yusuf, Yusup, Ucup,Josef,Joseph
  • Interlingua: Joseph
  • Italian: Giuseppe, Giù, Beppe, Peppe, Peppino, Pino, Bepi, Beppo, Pippo, Puccio
  • Irish: Seosamh, Iósaf
  • Japanese: ヨセフ Yosefu
  • Kazakh: Yusuf, Jusip
  • Korean: 요셉 Yosep
  • Latin: Ioséphus
  • Latvian: Jāzeps
  • Limburgish: Joep, Sef
  • Lithuanian: Juozapas, Juozas (shorter form), Juzas (shortest form)
  • Lombard: Giüsèpp, Pèpp, Bèpp
  • Malayalam: ജോസപ്പ് Josapp or ജോസപ്പൻ Josappan, ഔസേപ്പ് Ousepp , യോസേപ്പ് Yosef, ഔസേപച്ചന്‍ Ouseppachen, കൊച്ചാപ്പു Kochaappu, ഈപ്പൻ "Eappan", ഈപ്പച്ചൻ "Eappachan"
  • Malay: Yusuf, Yusop, Yusoff, Jusoh, Usop
  • Manado Malay: Josef, Yosef, Oce'
  • Maltese: Ä użeppi, Ä użi, Ä uż, Ä użè, Peppi, Peppu, Peppinu, Pepp, Å»eppi, Å»eppu, Å»epp
  • Mandarin Chinese: 约瑟(s) ç´„ç‘Ÿ(t) YuÄ“sè, 约瑟夫(s) 約瑟夫(t) YuÄ“sèfÅ«, Zho-Zi-Fu
  • Maori: Hohepa
  • Norwegian: Josef
  • Occitan: Josèp
  • Persian: يوسف, YÅ«suf, Youssef, Yussef
  • Polish: Józef (Yu-zef), Diminutive: Józek, Józio
  • Portuguese: José, Josefo[3], Zé, Zezé (the last two are nicknames)
  • Romanian: Iosif
  • Russian: Иосиф (Iosif), Осип (Osip)
  • Samoan: Iosefa
  • Sardinian: Jisepu
  • Scottish Gaelic: Seòsaidh
  • Serbian: Јосиф (Josif)
  • Sepedi: Josefa
  • Sicilian: Giuseppi
  • Sinhala:Jose, Juse
  • Slovak: Jozef, Jožo, Dodo, ÄŽoďo
  • Slovene: Jožef, Jože
  • Spanish: José, Pepe, Chepe, Che
  • Sundanese: Yusup, Usup, Ucup
  • Swedish: Josef
  • Syriac: ܝܘܣܦ (Yausef, Yausep)
  • Turkish: Yusuf, Yasef
  • Tagalog: Jose, Pepe, Peping,
  • Tamil: Yoseppu
  • Telugu: Yosepu
  • Ukrainian: Йосип (Yosyp)
  • Valencian: Josep
  • Venetian: Juxepe (pronounced as "Giusepe" or "Iusepe"), Bepi, Bepin
  • Vietnamese: Giu-se.
  • Welsh: Joseff
  • Yiddish: Yissl, Yussel, Jayzl
  • Yorùbá: Josefu, Yesufu, Yusuf
  • Zimbabwean (Shona): Joze, Joza
  • Afrikaans: Josef
  • Albanian: Jozef, Zef, Josif, Josip, Isuf
  • Alsatian: Sepp
  • Armenian: Õ€Õ¸Õ¾Õ½Õ¥Öƒ Hovsep
  • Arabic: يوسف (YÅ«suf, Youssef, Yussef, Yousuf)
  • Azerbaijani: Yusif, Yusuf, Usub
  • Belarusian: Іосіф, Iosif, Язэп, Yazep
  • Bosnian: Josip, Jusuf
  • Basque: Joseba, Josepe
  • Bulgarian: Йосиф, Yosif
  • Catalan: Josep, Pep (shortened form), Jep (an alternative shortened form)
  • Corsican: Ghjaseppu
  • Croatian: Josip, Joso, Jozo, JoÅ¡ko, Joža
  • Czech: Josef, Jožka, Pepa, Pepík, Pepik, Pepan, Pepča, Pepek, Pepino, Jožin
  • Danish: Joseph, Josef
  • Dutch: Jozef, Joost, Jos, Jo, Jef, Seppe
  • English: Joseph, Joe, Joey
  • Esperanto: Jozefo
  • Estonian: Joosep, Joosu
  • Faroese: Jósef
  • Finnish: Jooseppi, Juuso
  • French: Joseph
  • Friulian: Bepi, Bepo, Bepùt
  • Galician: Xosé
  • Georgian: იოსებ Ioseb, სოსო Soso
  • German: Josef, Joseph; Jupp (familiar); Sepp Seppl or Pepi (familiar or diminutive forms, particularly in South Germany and Austria)
  • Greek: Ἰωσήφ (Iōséph), Ἰώσηπος (Iosepos), (Iosipos)
  • Hebrew: יוסף (Yosef)
  • Hindi: योसेफ (YōsÄ“ph)
  • Hungarian: Jóska, József
  • Icelandic: Jósef (pronounced "YO-sef"), Jósep (pronounced "YO-sep")
  • Indonesian: Yoseph,Yosep,Yusuf, Yusup, Ucup,Josef,Joseph
  • Interlingua: Joseph
  • Italian: Giuseppe, Giù, Beppe, Peppe, Peppino, Pino, Bepi, Beppo, Pippo, Puccio
  • Irish: Seosamh, Iósaf
  • Japanese: ヨセフ Yosefu
  • Kazakh: Yusuf, Jusip
  • Korean: 요셉 Yosep
  • Latin: Ioséphus
  • Latvian: Jāzeps
  • Limburgish: Joep, Sef
  • Lithuanian: Juozapas, Juozas (shorter form), Juzas (shortest form)
  • Lombard: Giüsèpp, Pèpp, Bèpp
  • Malayalam: ജോസപ്പ് Josapp or ജോസപ്പൻ Josappan, ഔസേപ്പ് Ousepp , യോസേപ്പ് Yosef, ഔസേപച്ചന്‍ Ouseppachen, കൊച്ചാപ്പു Kochaappu, ഈപ്പൻ "Eappan", ഈപ്പച്ചൻ "Eappachan"
  • Malay: Yusuf, Yusop, Yusoff, Jusoh, Usop
  • Manado Malay: Josef, Yosef, Oce'
  • Maltese: Ä użeppi, Ä użi, Ä uż, Ä użè, Peppi, Peppu, Peppinu, Pepp, Å»eppi, Å»eppu, Å»epp
  • Mandarin Chinese: 约瑟(s) ç´„ç‘Ÿ(t) YuÄ“sè, 约瑟夫(s) 約瑟夫(t) YuÄ“sèfÅ«, Zho-Zi-Fu
  • Maori: Hohepa
  • Norwegian: Josef
  • Occitan: Josèp
  • Persian: يوسف, YÅ«suf, Youssef, Yussef
  • Polish: Józef (Yu-zef), Diminutive: Józek, Józio
  • Portuguese: José, Josefo[3], Zé, Zezé (the last two are nicknames)
  • Romanian: Iosif
  • Russian: Иосиф (Iosif), Осип (Osip)
  • Samoan: Iosefa
  • Sardinian: Jisepu
  • Scottish Gaelic: Seòsaidh
  • Serbian: Јосиф (Josif)
  • Sepedi: Josefa
  • Sicilian: Giuseppi
  • Sinhala:Jose, Juse
  • Slovak: Jozef, Jožo, Dodo, ÄŽoďo
  • Slovene: Jožef, Jože
  • Spanish: José, Pepe, Chepe, Che
  • Sundanese: Yusup, Usup, Ucup
  • Swedish: Josef
  • Syriac: ܝܘܣܦ (Yausef, Yausep)
  • Turkish: Yusuf, Yasef
  • Tagalog: Jose, Pepe, Peping,
  • Tamil: Yoseppu
  • Telugu: Yosepu
  • Ukrainian: Йосип (Yosyp)
  • Valencian: Josep
  • Venetian: Juxepe (pronounced as "Giusepe" or "Iusepe"), Bepi, Bepin
  • Vietnamese: Giu-se.
  • Welsh: Joseff
  • Yiddish: Yissl, Yussel, Jayzl
  • Yorùbá: Josefu, Yesufu, Yusuf
  • Zimbabwean (Shona): Joze, Joza
  • Afrikaans: Josef
  • Albanian: Jozef, Zef, Josif, Josip, Isuf
  • Arabic: يوسف (YÅ«suf, Youssef, Yussef, Yousuf)
  • Azerbaijani: Yusif, Yusuf, Usub
  • Belarusian: Іосіф, Iosif, Язэп, Yazep
  • Bosnian: Josip, Jusufepe
  • Bulgarian: Йосиф, Yosif
  • Croatian: Josip, Joso, Jozo, JoÅ¡ko, Joža
  • Czech: Josef, Jožka, Pepa, Pepík, Pepik, Pepan, Pepča, Pepek, Pepino, Jožin
  • Danish: Joseph, Josef
  • Dutch: Jozef, Joost, Jos, Jo, Jef, Seppe
  • English: Joseph, Joe, Joey
  • Finnish: Jooseppi, Juuso
  • French: Joseph
  • Georgian: იოსებ Ioseb, სოსო Soso
  • German: Josef, Joseph; Jupp (familiar); Sepp Seppl or Pepi (familiar or diminutive forms, particularly in South Germany and Austria)
  • Greek: Ἰωσήφ (Iōséph), Ἰώσηπος (Iosepos), (Iosipos)
  • Hebrew: יוסף (Yosef)
  • Hindi: योसेफ (YōsÄ“ph)
  • Hungarian: Jóska, József
  • Icelandic: Jósef (pronounced "YO-sef"), Jósep (pronounced "YO-sep")
  • Indonesian: Yoseph,Yosep,Yusuf, Yusup, Ucup,Josef,Joseph
  • Italian: Giuseppe, Giù, Beppe, Peppe, Peppino, Pino, Bepi, Beppo, Pippo, Puccio
  • Irish: Seosamh, Iósaf
  • Japanese: ヨセフ Yosefu
  • Korean: 요셉 Yosep
  • Lithuanian: Juozapas, Juozas (shorter form), Juzas (shortest form)
  • Manado Malay: Josef, Yosef, Oce'
  • Norwegian: Josef
  • Persian: يوسف, YÅ«suf, Youssef, Yussef
  • Polish: Józef (Yu-zef), Diminutive: Józek, Józio
  • Portuguese: José, Josefo[3], Zé, Zezé (the last two are nicknames)
  • Romanian: Iosif
  • Russian: Иосиф (Iosif), Осип (Osip)
  • Spanish: José, Pepe, Chepe, Che
  • Swedish: Josef
  • Turkish: Yusuf, Yasef
  • Zimbabwean (Shona): Joze, Joza

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