Dimitrije

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Dimitrije (Serbian Cyrillic: Димитрије) is a masculine given name. Dimitrije is a Serbian variant of a Greek name Demetrius. It may refer to:

  • Dimitrije Ljubavić (1519–1564), Serbian Orthodox deacon, humanist, writer and printer
  • Patriarch Dimitrije (1846–1930), the first Patriarch of the reunified Serbian Orthodox Church
  • Dimitrije Ljotić (1891–1945), Serbian fascist politician
  • Dimitrije Mitrinović (1887–1953), Serbian philosopher, poet, revolutionary, mystic, theoretician of modern painting, traveller and cosmopolite
  • Dimitrije Tucović (1881–1914), Serbian theorist of the socialist movement, prominent leader and a publisher
  • Dimitrije Injac (born 1983), Serbian football midfielder
  • Dimitrije Dimitrijević (disambiguation)
  • Dimitrije Popović (born 1951), eminent Montenegrin and Croatian painter, sculptor, art critic and philosopher
  • Dimitrije Bjelica (born 1935), Serbian (formerly Yugoslav) chess FIDE Master who can be found in the Guinness Book of Records for playing a 312-board simul in Subotica in 1997 (score: +219 −1 =92)
  • Dimitrije Avramović (1815–1855), Serbian painter known best for his iconostasis and frescos
  • Dimitrije T. Leko (1863–1914), renowned Serbian architect and urbanist
  • Dimitrije Bašičević (1921–1987), artist, curator and art critic
  • Dimitrije Dimitri Davidovic (born 1944), Belgian of Serbian descent former football player, and a football manager
  • Dimitrije Pejanović (born 1974), Serbian handballer
  • Dimitrije Ruvarac (1842–1931), Serbian historian, Orthodox priest, politician and publisher
  • Dimitrije Dositej Obradović (1742–1811), Serbian writer, philosopher, dramatist, librettist, linguist, traveler, polyglot and the first minister of education of Serbia
  • Dimitrije Banjac (born 1976), Serbian actor and comedian
  • Dimitrije Stojaković, birth name of Döme Sztójay (1883–1946), a Hungarian soldier and diplomat of Serb origin
  • Dimitrije Đorđević (historian) (1922–2009), widely published historian of Modern European history, especially of the Balkans
  • Dimitrije Bogdanović (1930–1986), Serbian historian and member of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts
  • Dimitrije Davidović (1789–1838), secretary to Miloš Obrenović I, Prince of Serbia, Minister of Education of the Principality of Serbia, writer, journalist, publisher, historian, diplomatist, and founder of modern Serbian journalism and publishing
  • Dimitrije Nešić (1836–1904), mathematician and president of the Serbian Royal Academy
  • Dimitrije Tomović (born 1996), Serbian football defender who plays for Spartak Subotica

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