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Common given names in all featured languages #1

Can you translate these given names into the nine featured languages: English, Dutch, German, Spanish, French, Italian, Polish, Finnish, and Portuguese?
The most common variations are accepted, which are determined by what the royal would usually be called regardless of his origin.
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Last updated: May 26, 2023
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First submittedMarch 18, 2023
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English
German
French
Italian
Spanish
Portuguese
Polish
Dutch
Finnish
George
Georg
George
Giorgio
Jorge
Jorge
Jerzy
George
Yrjö
John
Johann
Jean
Giovanni
Juan
João
Jan
Jan
Juhana
Elizabeth
Elisabeth
Élisabeth
Elisabetta
Isabel
Isabel
Elżbieta
Elisabeth
Elisabet
Helen
Helena
Hélène
Elena
Helena
Helena
Helena
Helena
Helena
Stephen
Stephan
Étienne
Stefano
Esteban
Estêvão
Stefan
Stefan
Tapani
Louis
Ludwig
Louis
Luigi
Luis
Luís
Ludwik
Lodewijk
Ludvig
Francis
Franz
François
Francesco
Francisco
Francisco
Franciszek
Frans
Frans
14 Comments
+4
Level 74
Mar 18, 2023
Cool quiz idea!
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Level 56
Mar 19, 2023
Thanks.
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Level 59
May 20, 2023
ditto
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Level 45
May 20, 2023
Louis for Polish should be Ludwik not Ludwig
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Level 56
May 21, 2023
Thanks. I don't know how I missed it as a Pole myself.
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Level 65
May 20, 2023
Nice idea, terrible exécution.

Some names are incorrect

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Level 70
May 21, 2023
Such as?
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Level 56
May 21, 2023
Thanks for your comment, but I'd appreciate it if you could tell me which ones are wrong.
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Level 66
May 20, 2023
The English form of Louis is Lewis
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Level 74
Dec 13, 2023
Juho and Juhani would also be common translations for Finnish. In Dutch, the common Johan would also be used.
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Level 74
Dec 13, 2023
Stéphane is also equivalent to Stephen in French.
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Level 65
Dec 13, 2023
Stefan is more common than Stephan in German (at least nowadays).

In Finnish, it probably should be Juha, not Juhana. Please check that.

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Level 56
Dec 13, 2023
"George" in French has an S on the end: "Georges."
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Level 61
Mar 10, 2024
Nice quiz! The Dutch version of George is Joris.