Derived from the name Flavius, Flavianus was first used as a Roman family name. It can be translated to "golden" or "yellow-haired" and is very rarely used in the United States.
Similar Names: Flavien, Flaviano
Famous Flavianus Names: Flavianus the Elder (4th-century Roman consul and prefect of Italy), Flavianus I of Antioch (4th-century archbishop)
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