Stefan

(from the article `Bulgaria`) Exarch Stefan, head of the Bulgarian Orthodox Church, sought to adapt to the new political regime, but he resisted the efforts of the Bulgarian ...
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Stefán

Stefán is a common first name in Iceland. According to Icelandic custom, people are generally referred to by first and middle names and patronyms are used if disambiguation is required. Stefán is the Icelandic version of the Greek name Stephanos (English Stephen) with the original meaning being crown or wreath. The name is a frequently given nam...
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Stefan

[crater] As with many craters of this size on the Moon, the outer rim has been worn by impact erosion and the edge and inner wall are generally pitted with small craterlets. The southern edge of the rim in particular has been damaged by impacts, and is overlain by the satellite crater Stefan L. This bowl-shaped crater lies at the center of ...
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Stefan

[Archbishop of Uppsala] Stefan (before 1143 – July 18, 1185) was created the first Archbishop of Uppsala in Sweden in the year 1164, a post he held until his death. Stefan was a Cistercian monk from Alvastra monastery (of which he was one of the founders in 1143). His origin is not known, but it is believed that he was originally from Eng...
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Stefan

Stefan is a German name for boys. The meaning is `the crowned, leaf string` The name Stefan is most commonly given to Dutch boys. (8 times more often than to American boys.) What do they use in other countries? Steven (NAMES_Aust, English) Stephane (French) Stephen (English, NAMES_Bibl) Stef (Dutch) The name sounds like: Stevan, Stefon, Stefano See...
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