Pavle (Macedonian and Serbian Cyrillic: Павле) is a Serbian, Macedonian and Croatian male given name corresponding to English "Paul"; the name is of biblical origin (cf. Saint Paul). One Croatian variant is Pavao, and in other Slavic languages it is usually Pavel.
People with this name include:
- Patriarch Pavle of Serbia (1914-2009), Serbian Orthodox Patriarch, served 1990–2009
- Pavle Radenović (1391-1415), Bosnian nobleman
- Pavle Đurišić a Montenegrin Serb professional officer of the Royal Yugoslav Army who became a Chetnik commander (vojvoda) leading a significant proportion of the Chetniks of Montenegro during World War II.
- Pavle Gregorić (1892-1989), Yugoslav politician and hero of Croatian origin
- Pavle Jurina (1954-2011), Croatian handball player
- Pavle Savić (1909-1994), Serbian physicist and chemist
- Pavle "Paja" Jovanović (1859-1957), one of Serbia's greatest academic painters
- Paul (Pavle) Karađorđević (1893-1976), Prince regent of Yugoslavia (9 October 1934 – 27 March 1941)
- Pavle Mogin,[importance?] lecturer in databases at Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
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