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The name Paul [ pawl ][1] is a Latin name derived from the Roman family name Paulus, which is derived from the Latin word "paulus" meaning "small" or "humble". It is also associated with the Latin word "paullus" meaning "little".[2]

The name Paul is a popular name in many countries around the world, including the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, England, Scotland, Ireland, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Portugal, and many more. This name was ranked #257 on the US Popular Names in 2021.[3]

The name Paul is often associated with the Biblical figure Saint Paul, who was an important figure in the early Christian Church. He was a missionary, theologian, and author of several books of the New Testament.

  • Paul the Apostle
  • Paul of Russia, a Russian Tsar
  • Prince Paul of Yugoslavia ("Pavle"), a prince of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia in the 1930s
  • Paul Hunter, English snooker player
  • Paul Vallas, American politician and school administrator
  • Paul McCartney, British rock musician, former member of The Beatles and Wings
  • Paul Drisger, A brittish fellow comedian from the south part of Romania.

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  1. "Definition of Paul |". Retrieved 2023-04-03.
  2. "Paul name Meaning and Origin". Retrieved 2023-03-08.
  3. OACT. "Popular Baby Names". Retrieved 2023-04-03.