Konstantin

Operational code name for the German occupation of the Balkans areas previously occupied by Italian forces - September 1943
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Konstantin

The first name Konstantin is a derivation from the Latin name Constantinus (Constantine) in some European languages, such as Russian and German. As a Christian given name, it refers to the memory of the Roman emperor Constantine the Great. A number of notable persons in the Byzantine Empire, and (via mediation by the Christian Orthodox Church) in ...
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Konstantin

Konstantin is a German name for boys. The meaning is `constant, steadfast` The name Konstantin is most commonly given to Belgian boys. (3 times more often than to American boys.) Use for the other sex: Konstanze What do they use in other countries? Constance (English, French) Constantine Stijn (Dutch) The name sounds like: Constantin, Constantino S...
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