ConstantineRate Constantine: Do you like this name?
Get creative with Constantine | Add to list (0)
Constantine meaning and name origin
Constantine \c(o)-nsta-ntine, con-stan-tine\ as a boy's name (also used as girl's name Constantine), is pronounced KAHN-stan-teen. It is of Latin origin, and the meaning of Constantine is "constant, steadfast". From Constantinus, which is derived from Constans. The form Constant was popular among the Puritans as a virtue name. Constantine the Great, the fourth-century emperor, made Christianity the official state religion of the Roman Empire. Constantine was also the name of 11 Byzantine emperors, a royal name in Greece, and the name of three kings of medieval Scotland, where it is used as an anglicized form of Conn (Gaelic). The Russian czars, in a bid to legitimize Russia as the new home of Orthodoxy, also used the name.
Constantine has 10 variant forms: Constans, Constanz, Constant, Constantin, Constantino, Constantius, Costa, Konstantin, Konstantio and Konstanz.
For more information, see also the related name Costas.
Baby names that sound like Constantine are Konstanty and Konstant.
View a list of the 3 names that reference Constantine.
Popularity of Constantine
Constantine is not a popular first name for men but a very popular surname or last name for all people (#6976 out of 88799). (1990 U.S. Census)
Displayed below is the baby names popularity of the name Constantine for boys. (2010 statistics) Compare Constantine with its variant forms and related boy baby names.