Matías and Pol were the first names that came to my mind but you are absolutely right:Hi,
I completed Spanish and Catalan columns.
Mithrellas, have a look, please! I think your "Bartomeu" is absolutely right. My doubts are "Matthew" - "Matías" --> could that be "Mateo" - "Mateu"?
And I think "Peter" - "Pedro" in Catalan is "Pere" instead of "Pol". What do you think? I haven't changed it yet, if you agree, feel free to do so!
That I've criticized two posts ago But indeed, most of them are Latin. Sorry.Besides, someone added Blaise which is a typical French name. What about Oriol, which is strictly from Catalan. And let's not forget Stanislav (??!!) and Diego (??!!). So before you criticize me adding Catalin (only one name), take a look at the other "unique" names in the list.
...and exist in the English language as well as in other languages. Hast du niemals Harry Potter gelesen?? Ich habe z.B. nicht Tiberius und andere lateinische Name Namen in diese Wortliste zugefügt.That I've criticized two posts ago But indeed, most of them are Latin.
There are some international names that occur in many languages but have different forms in each language. Let's make a dictionary of such names.