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Old 01-20-2009, 08:53 AM
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We translate the names which are similar to our forms of that name, e.g. The Queen of the United Kingdom is always called Elizabeta, The Queen of Denmark is always called Margareta, The Queen of Spain is sometimes referred to as Sofija because of her Greek origin (though The King is never referred to as Ivan Karlo), and few others. I'd like all the names to be translated, because e.g. four kings of Spain are known as Karlo in my language and two kings of Castile (as well as two kings of Aragon) are known as Ivan, yet the present monarch is referred to as Juan Carlos instead of Ivan Karlo, which creates unconsistency in the list of monarchs.
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Old 02-12-2009, 10:10 AM
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Well, Mary is the only royal name which i know in Indian languages.

In English - Hindi

Mary - Mariam.

In Telugu (my mother tongue)

Mary - Maria
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Old 02-12-2009, 10:50 AM
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Well I add some Czech names, but in the Czech republic noone knows who is for exemple king in Sweden (Well Sweden is a kingdom?? - it is horrible but this is a reality, people are not interested in it) so we don't translate it....
William - Vilém
Harry - Jindřich
Elisabeth - Alžběta
Charles - Karel
Pierre - Petr
Caroline - Karolína
Phillipe - Filip
Anne - Anna
Victoria - Viktorie
Charlotte - Šárka
Mary - Marie
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Translating names of Royalty

Hi, I am new to this forum. I discovered you by accident when doing some research for a book I am editing on Spanish history. My dilemma is that I don't know whether or not to change all the Spanish names to English or not. Example, Jaime to James, Carlos to Charles, Pedro to Peter. I thought at first that it was better to keep them in English so there was no confusion. For example Pedro the Great becomes Peter the Great and there was a Russian King called Peter the Great. There were so many Kings in England called James and Charles. However, in the end, there was so much intermarriage in the history of the royals that I am having second thoughts. Also, when I view articles, most, not all anglicize the name.

I feel like I have written a book here, apologies but I really would appreciate any opinions on this as you are obviously all experts on royalty.
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Old 02-14-2009, 12:01 PM
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I really can´t help you decide but it is a strange thing that here in Portugal they talk about Queen Margarethe of Denmark but always translate Queen Elizabeth to Queen Isabel II, yet quite a few women here are called Elisabete.
I would be inclined to keep the names in their original form but there are sure to be more qualified people to answer.
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Thanks so much for replying. I really appreciate your opinion.
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Hi, I am new to this forum. I discovered you by accident when doing some research for a book I am editing on Spanish history. My dilemma is that I don't know whether or not to change all the Spanish names to English or not. Example, Jaime to James, Carlos to Charles, Pedro to Peter. I thought at first that it was better to keep them in English so there was no confusion. For example Pedro the Great becomes Peter the Great and there was a Russian King called Peter the Great. There were so many Kings in England called James and Charles. However, in the end, there was so much intermarriage in the history of the royals that I am having second thoughts. Also, when I view articles, most, not all anglicize the name.
The best thing to do is use the most common name. If the book is written in Spanish, then use the names which are used by Spanish historians. If your book is written in English, then use the names used by British historians. For example, English authors will say "Isabella I" when referring to the woman responsible for ethnic cleansing in Spain, while Spanish authors will say "Isabel I". When writing about The Queen of the United Kingdom, English authors will say "Elizabeth II", while Spanish authors would say "Isabel II". However, English authors would never refer to The King of Spain as "John Charles". I hope I was clear enough.

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I really can´t help you decide but it is a strange thing that here in Portugal they talk about Queen Margarethe of Denmark but always translate Queen Elizabeth to Queen Isabel II, yet quite a few women here are called Elisabete.
I would be inclined to keep the names in their original form but there are sure to be more qualified people to answer.
I believe this is because The Queen of the United Kingdom ascended her thrones 20 years before The Queen of Denmark ascended her throne. When The Queen of the United Kingdom ascended her thrones, it was still normal to "translate" names of royalty. By the time The Queen of Denmark ascended her thrones, it was considered "old-fashioned" or even "insluting" (?! ) to Danish people. That's my theory.
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Old 03-17-2009, 08:36 AM
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In German

Belgium
Albert - same
Paola - Paula
Philippe - Philipp
Mathilde - same
Elisabeth - same
Gabriel - same
Emmanuel - same
Eleonore - same
Astrid - same
Lorenz - same
Amedeo - Amadeus
Maria-Laura - same
Joachim - same
Luisa-Maria - Luise-Maria
Laetitia-Maria - same
Laurent - Lorenz
Claire - Klara
Louise - Luise
Aymeric - Emmerich
Nicolas - Nikolaus

Spain
Juan Carlos - Johann Karl
Sophia - same
Felipe - Philipp
Letizia - same
Leonor - Eleonore
Elena - Helene
Jaime - Jakob
Victoria-Federica - Viktoria Friederike
Cristina - Christina
Inaki - Ignatius
Juan Valentin - Johann Valentin
Pablo Nicolas - Paul Nikolaus
Miguel - Michael
Irene - same

Italy
Emanuele Filiberto - Emmanuel Philibert
Clothilde - same
Vittoria - Victoria
Amedeo - Amadeus
Vittorio Emanuele - Viktor Emmanuel
Umberto - Humbert

Bulgaria
Giovanna - Johanna
Simeon - Simon

Romania
Mihai - Michael
Anna-Maria - same or Annemarie
Margarita - Margarethe
Elena - Helene

Greece
Pavlos - Paul
Stavros - Stefan
Alexios - Alexander
Carlos - Karl
Ana-Maria - Annemarie or Annamaria
Amelia - Amelie or Amalie, Amalia
Nikolaos - Nikolaus
Philippos - Philipp
Iriny - Irene
Constantinos - Konstantin

Luxemburg
Jean - Johann
Josephine-Charlotte - Josefine-Charlotte
Henri - Heinrich
Maria Teresa - Maria Theresia
Guillaume - Wilhelm
Felix - same
Louis - Ludwig
Tessy - Theres(i)a
Gabriel - same
Noah - same
Alexandra - same
Sebastien - Sebastian
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In English will be something like this
DENMARK
- Margrethe : Margaret
- Henrik : Henry
- Frederik : Federic
- Mary : Mary
- Joachim : Joachim
- Alexandra: Alexandra
- Nikolai : Nicholas
- Felix : Felix

NETHERLANDS
- Beatrix : Beatrice
- Claus : Claus
- Willem Alexander : William Alexander
- Maxima : Maxima
- Catharina-Amalia: Catherine Amalie
- Alexia Julianna : Alexia Iuliana
- Johan Friso : John Friso
- Mabel : Mabel
- Emma : Em,a
- Constantijn : Constantin
- Laurentien : Laurentin
- Eloise : Eloise
-Claus Casimir : Nicholas Casimir

SWEDEN
- Carl Gustaf : Charls Gustaf
- Silvia : Sylvia
- Victoria : Victoria
- Carl-Philip : Charles Philip
- Madeleine : Madeleine


SPAIN
-Juan Carlos : John Charles
-Sofia : Sofia
- Felipe : Philip
- Letizia : Leticia
- Leonor : Eleanor
- Elena : Helena or Elene
- Jaime : Jaime
- Felipe-Juan : Philip John
- Victoria-Federica : Victoria-Federika
- Cristina : Christina
- Iñaki : Iñaki
- Juan Valentin : John Valentine
- Pablo Nicolas : Paul Nicholas
- Miguel : Mihai(or Mihail)
- Irene : Irene

GREECE
-Constantino : Constantin
- Anne Marie : Anne Mary
- Pavlos : Paul
- Marie-Chantal : Mary-Chantal
- Maria Olympia : Mary Olimpia
- Constantine Alexios : Constantin Alex
- Achileas Andreas : Achille Andrew
- Odysseus : Ulisse
- Alexia : Alexia
- Carlos : charles
- Arrietta : Henriette
- Ana Maria : Anne Mary
- Carlos : Charles
- Nikolaos : Nicholas
- Theodora : Teodora
- Philippos : Philip

MONACO
-Albert : Albert
-Caroline : Caroline
-Stephanie : Stephanie
-Charlotte : Charlotte
-Andrea : Andrew
-Pierre : Peter
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In Italian will be like this:
Denmark:
Margrethe:Margherita
Henrik: Enrico
Frederik:Federico
Mary: Maria (This is my real name but my family and friends call me Marika)
Joachim: Giacomo
Marie: Maria
Nikolai: Nicola
Felix: Felice

Spain:
Juan Carlos: Giancarlo
Sofia: Sofia
Felipe: Filippo
Letizia: Letizia
Cristina: Cristina
Inaki: Ignazio
Elena: Elena
Leonor: Eleonora
Sofia:Sofia

Sweden:
Carl Gustaf: Carlo Gustavo
Silvia: Silvia
Victoria: Vittoria
Madeleine: Maddalena
Carl Philip: Carlo Filippo
Daniel: Daniele

NETHERLANDS:
Beatrix: Beatrice
Willem Alexander: Guglielmo Alessandro
Maxima: this name exist for a boy: Massimo
Catharina Amalia: Caterina Amalia
Alexia Juliana: Alessia Giuliana
Ariane: maybe Arianna
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There are lots of Royal Houses, but i'll translate my favorite one, the Grimaldis:
Caroline Louise Margherite: Carolina Luisa Margarita
Albert Alexandre Louis Pierre: Alberto Alejandro Luis Pedro
Stephanie Marie Elisabeth: Estefanía María Isabel

Andrea Albert Pierre: Andrés Alberto Pedro
Charlotte Marie Pommeline: Carlota María Pomelina (I've never heard the spanish version of the last name)
Pierre Ranier Stefano: Pedro Raniero Esteban (I think Stefano is the italian version of Esteban)

Louis Robert Paul: Luis Roberto Pablo
Pauline Grace Maguy: Pauline Gracia (or Graciela, it's another version) Maguy (it's the same)
Camille Marie Kelly: Camila María Kelly (Kelly is still the same)
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We don't translate names in Slovak, but just out of fun the Slovak equivalents of the names.

Belgium = Belgicko
Albert = Albert
Paola = Paula
Philippe = Filip
Mathilde = Matilda
Elisabeth = Alžbeta
Gabriel = Gabriel
Emmanuel = Emanuel
Eléonore = Eleonora

Denmark = Dánsko
Margarethe = Margita
Henri = Henrich
Frederik = Frederik
Mary = Mária
Christian = Kristián
Isabella = Izabela

Great Britain = Veľká Británia
Elizabeth = Alžbeta
Philip = Filip
Charles = Karol
Camilla = Kamila
Diana = Diana
William = Viliam
Harry = Henrich

Monaco = Monako
Caroline = Karolína
Ernst-August = Ernest-Augustín
Stefano = Štefan
Andrea = Andrej (Andrea is a female name here)
Charlotte = Šarlota
Pierre = Peter
Alexandra = Alexandra
Albert = Albert
Stéphanie = Štefánia
Louis = Ludovít
Pauline = Paulina
Camille = Kamila

Netherlands = Holandsko
Beatrix = no equivalent (Beáta is the closest)
Claus = Klaus
Wilhelm - Viliam
Máxima = no equivalent
Catharina-Amalia = Katarína Amália
Alexia = Alexia
Arianne = no equivalent

Norway = Nórsko
Harald = Harold
Sonja = Soňa
Haakon = no equivalent
Mette-Marit = Margita
Ingrid Alexandra = Ingrid Alexandra
Sverre Magnus = no equivalent

Spain = Španielsko
Juan Carlos = Ján Karol
Sofia = Žofia
Felipe = Filip
Letizia = Letícia
Leonor = Eleonóra
Sofia = Žofia

Sweden = Švédsko
Carl Gustaf = Karol Gustáv
Silvia = Silvia
Victoria = Viktória
Daniel = Daniel
Carl Philip = Karol Filip
Madeleine = Magdaléna
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In Latin, their name could be....

Spain

Juan Carlos - Ioannes Carolus
Sofia - Sophia / Sophiae
Felipe - Philippus / Philippe
Letizia - Laetitia / Laetitiae
Infanta Elena - Helena / Helenae
Infanta Cristina - Christina / Christinae
Iñaki - Ignatius / Ignatii

Sweden

Carl Gustav - Carolus Gustavus
Silvia - Silvia / Silviae
Victoria - Victoria / Victoriae
Carl Philip - Carolus Philippus
Madeleine - Magdalen / Magdalenae

Belgium

Albert - Albertus
Paola - Paula / Paulae
Philippe - Philippus / Philippe
Mathilde - Mathilda / Mathildae
Amedeo - Amadeus / Amedeus
Maria Laura - Mariae Laurae
Lorenz - Laurentius / Laurentii

Denmark

Margrethe - Margarete / Margaretae
Henrik - Henricus
Frederik - Fredericus
Mary - Maria / Mariae

Greece

Constantine - Constantinus
Nikolaos - Nicholas / Nicholai
Pavlos - Paulus
Philippos - Philippus / Philippe
Theodora - Theodora / Theodorae
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Old 09-01-2011, 12:51 PM
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The only names I've heard Russified are:

Elizabeth - Yelizaveta/Elizaveta
Catherine - Yekaterina/Ekaterina
Diana - Deana

The other names, such as 'Charles', 'William', 'Henry', etc. are pronounced as is.
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Here are some royal names in Macedonian
-Elizabeth/Elisabeth: Elizabeta
-Alexander: Aleksander
-Alexia: Aleksia
-Juliana: Julijana
-Anita: Aneta
-Philip/Felipe/Philippe: Filip
-Irene: Irina
-George: Gjorgi
-Mary: Marija

That's all I could come up with on my own!

In Macedonian language would be in Cyrillic alphabet
-Elizabeth/Elisabeth: Elizabeta--Елизабета
-Alexander: Aleksander--Александар
-Alexia: Aleksia--Алексија
-Juliana: Julijana--Јулијана
-Anita: Aneta--Анита
-Philip/Felipe/Philippe: Filip--Филип
-Irene: Irina--Ирена
-George: Gjorgi--Ѓорѓи/Георги
-Mary: Marija--Марија
-Sophie--Софија
-Carl Gustav --Карл Густаф
-Silvia - Силвија
-Victoria - Викторија
-Carl Philip -Карл Филип
-Madeleine --Маделин(we don't have exact name and we have Магдалена(Magdalena)
-Constantine - Константин/Костадин
-Nikolaos - Никола
-Pavlos - Павле
-Philippos -Филип
-Theodora-Теодора
-Anne-Ана
-Maxima-Максима
-Willem/William -Вилијам
-Cahtarina-Amalia-Катарина-Амалија/Катерина-Амалија
-Beatrix-Беатрикс
-Christina-Кристина
-Margrethe -Маргарета/Маргарита
-Elena-Елена
-Sonja-Соња
-Daniel -Даниел
-Camille-Камила
-Stefano-Стефан
-Diana-Дијана
-Caroline-Каролина
-Isabella-Изабела
-Christian-Кристијан/Христијан
-Eléonore-Елеонора
-Paola-Паола/Паула
-Alexandra-Александра
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Today foreign royal names are kept in the form they have in their native language.

Before the beginning of the 20th century the names of foreign-born royal princesses, and the first Bernadotte queen, married into the SRF got their names changed into the Swedish form of their name, for example Désirée Clary became Desideria, Joséphine of Leuchtenberg became Josefina, Luise von Oranien-Nassau became Lovisa, Margaret of Connaught became Margareta in 1905. The next royal princess to marry into the SRF was Maria Pavlovna of Russia in 1908, and her name was kept as it was, and so was the name of Lady Louise Mountbatten, she became Crown Princess Louise of Sweden in 1923.
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The names of the British Royal Family in Latin are:

Elizabeth - Elisabetha / Elisabethae
Philip - Philippus / Philippe
Charles - Carolus / Caroli
Diana - Diana
William - Willelmus / Willelmi
Kate/Catherine - Catherina / Catherinae
Henry/Harry - Henricus
Andrew - Andreas
Anne - Anna / Annae
Edward - Eduardus

Monaco

Grace - Gratia
Rainier - ?
Caroline - Carolina / Carolinae
Albert - Albertus
Stephanie - Stephania / Stephaniae
Andrea - Andreas
Charlotte - ?
Pierre - Petrus / Petri
Louis - Aloysius / Aloysii
Pauline - Paulina / Paulinae
Camille - Camilla
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UK - Zjednoczone Królestwo
Elizabeth - Elżbieta
Philip - Filip
Charles - Karol
Camilla - Kamila
William - Wilhelm
Henry - Henryk
Anna - Anna
Timothy - Tymoteusz
Peter - Piotr
Autumn - Jesień
Zara - Zara
Andrew - Andrzej
Beatrice - Beatrycze
Eugenie - Eugenia
Edward - Edward
Sophie - Zofia
Louise - Luiza / Ludwika
James - Jakub

Spain - Hiszpania
Juan Carlos - Jan Karol
Sofia - Zofia
Felipe - Filip
Letizia - Letycja
Leonor - Eleonora
Sofia - Zofia
Elena - Helena
Felipe Juan - Filip Jan
Victoria Frederika - Witkoria Fryderyka
Cristina - Krystyna
Inaki - from Ignatius so Ignacy
Juan Valentin - Jana Walenty
Pablo Nicolas - Paweł Mikołaj
Miguel - Michał
Irene - Irena

Denmark - Dania
Margrethe - Małgorzata
Henri - Henryk
Frederik - Fryderyk
Mary - Maria
Christian - Krystian
Isabella - Izabela
Joachim - Joachim
Marie - Maria
Nikolai - Mikołaj
Felix - Feliks
Benedikte - Benedykta
Richard - Ryszard
Gustav - Gustaw
Alexandra - Aleksandra
Nathalie - Natalia

Belgium - Belgia
Albert - Albert
Paola - Paula / Paulina
Philippe - Filip
Mathilde - Matylda
Elisabeth - Elżbieta
Gabriel - Gabriel
Emmanuel - Emanuel
Eleonore - Elonora
Astrid - Astrid
Lorenz - Wawrzyniec
Amedeo - Amadeusz
Maria Laura - Maria Laura
Joachim - Joachim
Luisa-Maria - Ludwika / Luiza Maria
Laetitia-Maria - Letycja-Maria
Laurent - Laurenty / Wawrzyniec
Louise - Luiza / Ludwika
Nicolas - Mikołąj
Aymeric - Aymeric (we don't have)
Fabiola - Fabiana
Aymeric is Emeryk (practically not used)
We don't give such names as Zara, Savannah & Jesień.

No equivalent also for Harald & Haakon (Scandinavian names)
Leah - Lea (biblical)
Angela - Aniela
Lukas Maria - Łukasz Maria
Josef Wenzel - Józef Wacław
Georg/George?Georgij - Jerzy
Catherine -Katarzyna
Charlene - no equivalent
Vincent - Wincenty
Josephine - Józefina

More distant relatives of QEII:
Rose (Lady Gilman) - Róża
Gabriella - the same, but with only one "l".
Marina - Maryna
Cassius (Taylor) - Kasjusz
Leo (Lascelles) - Leon
Jeremy (Lascelles) - Jeremi/Jeremiasz/Jarema
Emily (Shard) - Emilia
Benjamin (Lascelles) - Beniamin
Isaac (Shard) - Izaak (biblical)
Joshua - Jozue (biblical)
No equivalent for Davina, Rowan, Tanit, Tewa & Amy. Georgina & Cosima aren't used in Poland either.
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Elizabeth II - Eilís II

Margaret II - Máiréad II

Anne - Ainé

Juan Carlos - Séan Searlas

Henry - Anría

Elena- Elaine

Cristina/Christina - Cristíona

Michael - Micheál

Mary - Máire
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In Latin, their name could be....

Spain

Juan Carlos - Ioannes Carolus
Sofia - Sophia / Sophiae
Felipe - Philippus / Philippe
Letizia - Laetitia / Laetitiae
Infanta Elena - Helena / Helenae
Infanta Cristina - Christina / Christinae
Iñaki - Ignatius / Ignatii

Sweden

Carl Gustav - Carolus Gustavus
Silvia - Silvia / Silviae
Victoria - Victoria / Victoriae
Carl Philip - Carolus Philippus
Madeleine - Magdalen / Magdalenae

Belgium

Albert - Albertus
Paola - Paula / Paulae
Philippe - Philippus / Philippe
Mathilde - Mathilda / Mathildae
Amedeo - Amadeus / Amedeus
Maria Laura - Mariae Laurae
Lorenz - Laurentius / Laurentii

Denmark

Margrethe - Margarete / Margaretae
Henrik - Henricus
Frederik - Fredericus
Mary - Maria / Mariae

Greece

Constantine - Constantinus
Nikolaos - Nicholas / Nicholai
Pavlos - Paulus
Philippos - Philippus / Philippe
Theodora - Theodora / Theodorae
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The names of the British Royal Family in Latin are:

Elizabeth - Elisabetha / Elisabethae
Philip - Philippus / Philippe
Charles - Carolus / Caroli
Diana - Diana
William - Willelmus / Willelmi
Kate/Catherine - Catherina / Catherinae
Henry/Harry - Henricus
Andrew - Andreas
Anne - Anna / Annae
Edward - Eduardus

Monaco

Grace - Gratia
Rainier - ?
Caroline - Carolina / Carolinae
Albert - Albertus
Stephanie - Stephania / Stephaniae
Andrea - Andreas
Charlotte - ?
Pierre - Petrus / Petri
Louis - Aloysius / Aloysii
Pauline - Paulina / Paulinae
Camille - Camilla
All the names after the / is genitive and shouldn´t be used in names as they are nominative
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