The name Konstantin is derived from Russian origin, meaning ‘firm or constant’. It comes from the names Constantine or Constans, and is the short form of the Latin word ‘constantinus’ meaning ‘constant or steadfast’. It means remaining the same over a period of time. The meaning of Konstantin also is unwavering faith or loyalty. Being consistent reassures the people around them about their predictability and hence is referred to as trustworthy. The name was famously known to be that of Constantine the Great who was the Roman emperor that moved Rome’s capital to Byzantium, which was later known as Constantinople and is the modern day city, Istanbul. This emperor was one of the first among royalty to adopt Christianity. Constantin, Constantine, Constantinus and Constan are different versions of this name.
Songs About Konstantin
Като хлапе (feat. Konstantin)