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Stjepan is the Serbo-Croatian variant of
Stephen Stephen or Steven is a common English first name First or 1st is the ordinal form of the number one (#1). First or 1st may also refer to: *World record A world record is usually the best global and most important performance that is ever rec ...

used by medieval Bosnians/Serbs/Croats. It may refer to: * Stjepan Držislav of Croatia, Croatian monarch *
Stjepan II of Croatia Stephen II ( hr, Stjepan II) was the last member of the Trpimirović dynasty and last native king of Croatia This is a complete list of rulers of Croatia under domestic ethnic and elected dynasties during the Croatian Kingdom (925–1918). This ...
, Croatian monarch * Stjepan Svetoslavić, Croatian nobleman * Stjepan Andrijašević, Croatian footballer *
Stjepan Babić
Stjepan Babić
, Croatian linguist * Stjepan Babić (footballer), Croatian footballer *
Stjepan Bobek Stjepan Bobek (; 3 December 1923 – 22 August 2010) was a Croatian and Yugoslav professional football Football is a family of team sport A team is a football_manager ''Football_Manager''_(also_known_as_''Worldwide_Soccer_Manager'' ...

Stjepan Bobek
, Croatian footballer *
Stjepan Božić Stjepan Božić (born October 23, 1974 in Brežice, Slovenia) is a Croatian super middleweight boxer. He won the title of World Boxing Foundation (WBFo) world champion on June 6, 2005 fighting against Australian Nader Hamdan. He successfully defe ...
, Croatian boxer * Stjepan Brodarić, Croatian cleric *
Stjepan Deverić Stjepan Deverić (born 20 August 1961) is a Yugoslav and later Croatian retired professional footballer A football player or footballer is a sportsperson, sport person who plays one of the different types of football. The main types of footba ...
, Croatian footballer * Stjepan Damjanović, Croatian linguist * Stjepan Đureković, Croatian businessman *
Stjepan Filipović Stjepan Filipović (27 January 1916 – 22 May 1942) was a Yugoslav Croat communist who led the Kolubara Company of the Valjevo Partisan Detachment during the 1941 Uprising in Serbia (1941), Partisan uprising. He was captured and executed in ...
, Croatian partisan * Stjepan Gomboš, Croatian architect *
Stjepan Gradić Stjepan Gradić, also known as Stefano Gradi (Latin: Stephanus Gradius; 6 March 1613 – 2 May 1683) was a philosopher, scientist and a patrician (post-Roman Europe), patrician of the Republic of Ragusa. Biography Stijepo's parents were Miho Gra ...
, Croatian polymath *
Stjepan Hauser Stjepan Hauser (; born 15 June 1986) is a Croatian cellist. He is a member of 2CELLOS 2CELLOS (stylized 2CΞLLOS) are a Croatian cellist duo, consisting of classically trained cellists, Luka Šulić Luka Šulić (born 25 August 1987) is ...
, Croatian cellist *
Stjepan Horvat Stjepan Horvat (November 29, 1895 – March 12, 1985) was a Croat Croats (; hr, Hrvati ), also known as Croatians, are a nation and South Slavs, South Slavic ethnic group native to Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina. They are also a rec ...

Stjepan Horvat
, Croatian geodesist * Stjepan Ivšić, Croatian linguist * Stjepan Janić, Croatian canoer * Stjepan Jukić, Croatian footballer * Stjepan Kljuić, Bosnian Croat politician * Stjepan Kovačević, Croatian politician *
Stjepan Lamza Stjepan Lamza (born 23 January 1940) is a former Yugoslav Football (soccer), football player. He is considered one of the greatest Croatian players of all time and played for much of his career for NK Dinamo Zagreb, whom he helped in winning the I ...

Stjepan Lamza
, Croatian footballer * Stjepan Mesić, Croatian politician * Stjepan Meštrović, Croatian-American sociologist * Stjepan Mitrov Ljubiša, Serbian-Montenegrin politician * Stjepan Mohorovičić, Croatian physicist *
Stjepan Musulin Stjepan Musulin (1885 in Sremska Mitrovica – 1969) was a Croatian linguist, Slavistics, comparative Slavicist, philologist, lexicographer and translator. Life Musulin translated from the Polish language, Polish and Czech language, Czech lang ...
, Croatian linguist *
Stjepan Perestegi Stjepan Perestegi (born 20 August 1973) is a Croatian whitewater slalom, slalom canoeist who competed in the early to mid-1990s. He won a silver medal in the C-1 team event at the 1995 ICF Canoe Slalom World Championships in Nottingham. Peresteg ...
, Croatian canoer * Stjepan Planić, Croatian architect *
Stjepan Poljak Stjepan Poljak (born 17 November 1983 in Zabok Zabok is a town and situated in northwest Croatia in the Krapina-Zagorje County. According to the 2011 census, it has a total population of 8,994, with 2,714 in Zabok itself. Zabok is situated on ...
, Croatian footballer *
Stjepan Radić
Stjepan Radić
, Croatian politician * Stjepan Rudic, Croatian-Canadian artist *
Stjepan Sarkotić
Stjepan Sarkotić
, Croatian soldier *
Stjepan Spevec
Stjepan Spevec
, Croatian educator * Stjepan Šejić, Croatian comic book artist * Stjepan Šiber,
Army of the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina The Army of the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina ( bs, Armija Republike Bosne i Hercegovine or ARBiH), often referred to as Bosnian Army, was the military force of the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina. It was established by the government of B ...
of Croat origin * Stjepan Šulek, Croatian composer *
Stjepan Tomas
Stjepan Tomas
, Croatian footballer * Stjepan Vrbančić, Croatian footballer * Stjepan Vukčić Kosača, Herzegovinian nobleman * Stjepan Vlahovic, Macedonian business worker

See also

* Stipe * Stjepanović {{given name Croatian masculine given names