List of Latinised names


List of Latinised names

Some notable people who have been referred to by Latinised names are:

*Abulcasis (Abu al-Qasim al-Zahrawi)
*Gustavus II Adolphus (Gustav II Adolf)
*Leo Africanus (Al-Hassan al-Wazzan al-Fasi)
*Albatenius (Muhammad ibn Jābir al-Harrānī al-Battānī)
*Aldus Manutius (Aldo Manuzio)
*Algoritmi (Muhammad ibn Mūsā al-Khwārizmī)
*Alhacen (Abū ʿAlī al-Ḥasan ibn al-Ḥasan ibn al-Haytham)
*Alpetragius (Nur ed-Din al-Betrugi)
*Abunaser Alpharabius (Abū Nasr Muhammad ibn al-Farakh al-Fārābi)
*Americus Vespucius (Amerigo Vespucci)
*Anselmus Cantuariensis (Anselmo d'Aosta)
*Petrus Apianus (Peter Apian)
*Thomas Aquinas (Tommaso d'Aquino)
*Guido Aretinus (Guido d'Arezzo)
*Arminius (Hermann der Cherusker)
*Jacobus Arminius (Jacob Harmenszoon)
*Arzachel (Abū Ishāq Ibrāhīm al-Zarqālī)
*Augustinus Cantuariensis (Augustine of Canterbury)
*Avempace (Ibn Bajjah)
*Avenzoar (Ibn Zuhr)
*Averroes (Ibn Rushd)
*Avicenna (Ibn Sina Abū ‘Alī al-Husayn)
*Azophi (Abd al-Rahman al-Sufi)
*Johannes Balbus (Giovanni Balbi)
*Benedictus de Spinoza (Baruch Spinoza)
*Boadicea (Boudica)
*Carolus Borromeus (Carlo Borromeo)
*Brocardus (Burchard)
*Calid (Khalid ibn Yazid)
*Camellus (Georg Joseph Kamel)
*Hieronymus Cardanus (Gerolamo Cardano)
*Carolus Magnus (Karl)
*Renatus Cartesius (René Descartes)
*Conrad Celtes (Conrad Pickel)
*Aelius Lampridius Cervinus (Ilija Crijević or Elio Lampridio Cerva)
*Clavius (Christoph Clau or Klau)
*Clovis (Clodovech, Frankish King)
*Iohannes Cochanovius (Jan Kochanowski)
*Christopher Columbus (Cristoforo Colombo)
*Iohannes Comenius (Jan Amos Komenský)
*Confucius (Kong Fuzi)
*Nicolaus Copernicus (Mikołaj Kopernik)
*Laurentius Corvinus (Lorenz Rabe)
*Gerardus Cremonensis (Gerardo da Cremona)
*Nicolaus Cusanus (Nikolaus von Kues)
*Dreses (Muhammad al-Idrisi)
*Desiderius Erasmus (Gerrit Gerritszoon)
*Thomas Erastus (Thomas Lieber or Lüber)
*Thomas Erpenius (Thomas van Erpe)
*Leonhardus Eulerus (Leonhard Euler)
*Eustachius (Bartolomeo Eustachi)
*Hieronymus Fabricius (Girolamo Fabrizi)
*Fallopius (Gabriele Falloppio)
*Marsilius Ficinus (Marsilio Ficino)
*Armen Firman (Abbas ibn Firnas)
*Hieronymus Fracastorius (Girolamo Fracastoro)
*Iohannes Freinsheimius (Johann Freinsheim)
*Gemma Frisius (Reiner Gemma)
*Siddarthus Gautamus (Gautama Buddha)
*Geber (Abu Musa Jabir ibn Hayyan)
*Geber (Jabir ibn Aflah)
*Gersonides (Levi ben Gershom)
*Hugo Grotius (Huig de Groot or Hugo de Groot)
*Joseph Guarnerius (Giuseppe Guarneri)
*Johannes Hevelius (Johannes Hewelcke)
*Hieronymus Bosch (Jeroen Bosch)
*Christianus Hugenius (Christiaan Huygens)
*Martinus Hylacomylus or Ilacomilus (Martin Waldseemüller)
*Cornelius Iansenius (Cornelius Jansen)
*Iohannes Iessenius (János Jeszenszky or Ján Jesenský)
*Ignatius de Loyola (Ignacio de Loyola)
*Jacobus de Cessolis (Jacopo da Cessole)
*Jesu Occulist (Ali Ibn Isa)
*Johannes Antonius Scopoli (Giovanni Antonio Scopoli)
*Johannitius (Hunayn ibn Ishaq)
*Iohannes Keplerus (Johannes Kepler)
*Laocius (Lao Zi)
*Orlandus Lassus (Orlande de Lassus or Orlando di Lasso)
*Aloysius Lilius (Luigi Giglio)
*Carolus Linnaeus (Carl von Linné)
*Iustus Lipsius (Joost Lips)
*Mahomet (Muhammad)
*Moses Maimonides (Moshe ben Maimon)
*Mencius (Meng Zi)
*Gerardus Mercator (Gheert Cremer or Gerard de Cremere)
*Morinus (Jean-Baptiste Morin)
*Joannes Morinus (Jean Morin)
*Thomas Morus (Thomas More)
*Ben Mousa (Banū Mūsā)
*Nostradamus (Michel de Nostredame)
*Odoacer (Audawakrs)
*Ianus Pannonius (János Csezmicei or Ivan Česmički)
*Philippus Theophrastus Aureolus Bombastus von Hohenheim; Paracelsus (Phillip von Hohenheim)
*Franciscus Patricius (Frane Petrić/Petris/Petrišević, Francesco Patrizi da Cherso)
*Purbachius (Georg von Peuerbach)
*Regiomontanus (Johannes Müller von Königsberg)
*Johannes Rhodius (Hinne Rode)
*Andreas Rivetus (André Rivet)
*Antonius Maria Schyrleus de Rheita (Antonín Maria Šírek z Reity)
*Carolus Sigonius (Carlo Sigonio or Sigone)
*Willibrordus Snellius (Willibrord Snel)
*Socinus (Lelio Sozzini)
*Faustus Socinus (Fausto Paolo Sozzini)
*Johannes Stadius (Jan Van Ostaeyen or Jean Stade)
*Antonius Stradivarius (Antonio Stradivari)
*Actius Syncerus (Jacopo Sannazaro)
*Abubacer Aben Tofail (Abu Bakr Muhammad ibn Abd al-Malik ibn Muhammad ibn Tufail)
*Tusi (Nasīr al-Dīn al-Tūsī)
*Tycho Brahe (Tyge Ottesen Brahe)
*Guido Ubaldus (Guidobaldo del Monte)
*Andreas Vesalius (Andries van Wesel)

ee also

*List of Latin nicknames of the Middle Ages


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