Nom : Vasil

Sexe : Masculin

Utilisation : Vasil est un prénom populaire pouvant être porté par une personne de sexe masculin.

Les personnes ayant le prénom Vasil peuvent être originaires de : Albanie, Arménie, Biélorussie, Bulgarie, États-Unis d'Amérique, Géorgie, Macédoine, Monténégro, Slovaquie, Ukraine.

Les variantes du prénom Vasil à travers le monde sont Basileios.

Signification : Royal (Royal) (*)

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Le Nombre actif qui correspond à ce prénom est 9.

Interprétation :
Qualités: Compatissant, Idéaliste
Planète dominante: Mars
Couleurs: Rouge
Pierres précieuses: Pierre de sang

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Le prénom Vasil est classé en 6 556e position des prénoms les plus donnés. Il s'agit donc d'un prénom commun.

On estime qu'il y a au moins 43200 personnes dans le monde ayant reçu ce prénom, ce qui représente environ 0.001% de la population. Le prénom Vasil est composé de cinq lettres. Il est relativement moyen de longueur, par rapport aux autres prénoms référencés dans notre base de données.

Nous ne disposons pas de suffisamment de données pour visualiser le nombre de personnes ayant reçu le prénom Vasil année par année.

On fête le prénom Vasil le 1 janvier.

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Vasil may refer to:

  • Vasil Adzhalarski, Bulgarian revolutionary, an IMARO leader of revolutionary bands
  • Vasil Amashukeli (1886–1977), early Georgian film director & cinematographer in Azerbaijan and Georgia
  • Vasil Angelov (1882–1953), Bulgarian military officer and a revolutionary, a worker of IMARO
  • Vasil Aprilov (1789–1847), Bulgarian educator
  • Vasil Barnovi (1856–1934), Georgian writer popular for his historical novels
  • Vasil Biľak (born 1917), former Slovak Communist leader of Rusyn origin
  • Vasil Binev (born 1957), Bulgarian actor
  • Vasil Boev (born 1988), Bulgarian footballer
  • Vasil Bollano, the ethnic Greek mayor of Himara municipality, in southwest Albania
  • Vasil Bozhikov (born 1988), Bulgarian football defender
  • Vasil Buraliev, Macedonian modern composer and producer of electronic music working as IT Director at Re-aktiv DOO
  • Vasil Bykaŭ (1924–2003), prolific Belarusian author of novels and novellas about World War II
  • Vasil Chekalarov (1874–1913), Bulgarian revolutionary and one of the leaders of IMARO in Aegean Macedonia
  • Vasil Chilingrov (born 1951), Bulgarian sprint canoeist who competed in the early to mid-1970s
  • Vasil Dragolov (born 1962), former Bulgarian footballer
  • Vasil Gigiadze (born 1977), Georgian footballer
  • Vasil Glavinov (1872–1929), Bulgarian socialist from Ottoman Macedonia, a member of the Bulgarian Workers' Social Democratic Party
  • Vasil Gruev (born 1926), Bulgarian cross country skier who competed in the 1950s
  • Vasil Gyuzelev, Bulgarian historian who studies Bulgaria during the Middle Ages
  • Vasil Iliev, Bulgarian mobster, businessman and wrestler
  • Vasil Iljoski (1902–1995), Macedonian writer, dramatist, professor
  • Vasil Kaloyanov (born 1988), Bulgarian footballer
  • Vasil Kamburov (born 1975), Bulgarian footballer
  • Vasil Kanchov (1862–1904), Bulgarian geographer, ethnographer and politician
  • Vasil Khamutowski (born 1978), Belarusian football goalkeeper
  • Vasil Kirov (born 1975), Bulgarian footballer
  • Vasil Kiryienka (born 1981), Belarusian racing cyclist for UCI ProTeam Team Movistar
  • Vasil Kochev (born 1988), Bulgarian professional footballer
  • Vasil Kolarov (1877–1950), Bulgarian communist political leader and leading functionary in the Communist International
  • Vasil Kutinchev (born 1859), Bulgarian officer
  • Vasil Laçi (1922–1941), Albanian patriot and monarchist; attempted to kill the King of Italy and Prime Minister of Albania
  • Vasil Levski, the nickname of Vasil Ivanov Kunchev (1837–1873), Bulgarian revolutionary renowned as the national hero of Bulgaria
  • Vasil Mzhavanadze (1902–1988), the First Secretary of the Communist Party of the Georgian SSR from 1953 to 1972
  • Vasil Naydenov, Bulgarian singer-songwriter, popular in Bulgaria and the Eastern bloc during the late 1970s and 1980s
  • Vasil Panayotov (born 1990), Bulgarian football player
  • Vasil Radoslavov (1854–1929), leading Bulgarian liberal politician who twice served as Prime Minister
  • Vasil Ringov (born 1955), retired Macedonian football player
  • Vasil Ruci, retired Albanian football striker
  • Vasil Shanto (1913–1944), Albanian communist leader and a hero of World War II
  • Vasil Shkurti (born 1992), Albanian footballer
  • Vasil Sikharulidze (born 1968), Georgian diplomat and politician
  • Vasil Slavov (born 1958), Bulgarian author and poet
  • Vasil Spasov (born 1971), Bulgarian chess grandmaster
  • Vasil Tole (born 1963), Albanian composer of European classical music
  • Vasil Tsereteli (1862–1937), distinguished Georgian physician, journalist and public benefactor
  • Vasil Tupurkovski, Macedonian academic, politician and the current president of the Macedonian Olympic Committee
  • Vasil Varlamos (born 1942), former Australian rules footballer who played for Carlton in the Victorian Football League (VFL) during the early 1960s
  • Vasil Vasilev (goalkeeper) (born 1976), Bulgarian footballer
  • Vasil Vasilev (Plovdiv footballer) (born 1984), Bulgarian football defender
  • Vasil Velev (born 1984), Bulgarian football player
  • Vasil Yakusha (born 1956), Belarusian former rower who competed for the Soviet Union in the 1980 Summer Olympics and in the 1988 Summer Olympics
  • Vasil Zacharka (1877–1943), Belarusian statesman and the second president of the Belarusian People's Republic in exile
  • Vasil Zlatarski, Bulgarian historian-medievalist, archaeologist, and epigraphist

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