Sergius (name)

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Sergius
Gender Male
Origin
Word/name Latin, possibly from Etruscan
Meaning unknown
Region of origin Europe
Other names
Related names See below

Sergius /ˈsɜːriəs/ is a male given name of Roman origin. It is a common Christian name, in honor of Saint Sergius, or in Russia, of Saint Sergius of Radonezh. It is not common in English.

Etymology[edit]

The name originates from the Roman nomen (patrician family name) Sergius, and this from a more ancient Etruscan name. It became popular in Christianity in honor of the fourth-century martyr and saint Sergius.

Worldwide[edit]

Its form varies by language:

Armenian: Սարգիս (Sarkis); Belarusian: Сяргей (Siarhei or Siarhiej pronounced [sʲarˈɣʲej]), diminutive Сяргейка (transliteration Siarheika pronounced [sʲarˈɣʲejka]); Catalan: Sergi; French: Serge; Greek: Σέργιος (Sergios or Seryios); Italian and Spanish: Sergio; Portuguese: Sérgio; Romanian: Sergiu; Russian, Bulgarian: Сергей (Sergey or Sergei), diminutive Серёжа (Seryozha pronounced [sʲɪˈrʲɵʐə]); Serbo-Croatian: Срђан/Srđan; Ukranian: Сергій (Serhiy, Sergiy, Sergii, Serhii) pronounced [sɛrˈɦij]), diminutive Сергійко (Sergiyko or Serhiyko pronounced [sɛrˈɦijkɔ]).

Sergei was the second most popular name in Russia in the 1980s.

Given names[edit]

List of people with given name Sergius[edit]

List of notable people with given name Serge[edit]

  • Serge Abiteboul, computer scientist
  • Serge Adda (1948–2004), president of the French television station TV5
  • Serge Akakpo (born 1987), Togolese footballer
  • Grand Duke Serge Alexandrovich (1857–1905), son of Emperor Alexander II of Russia
  • Serge Ambomo (born 1986), Cameroonian boxer
  • Serge Andreoni (born 1940), member of the Senate of France
  • Serge Ankri (born 1949), film director
  • Serge Aubin (born 1975), Canadian professional ice hockey centre
  • Serge Aubry (1942–2011), professional ice hockey goaltender
  • Serge Aurier (born 1992), Ivorian footballer
  • Serge Avedikian (born 1955), Armenian-French film and theatre actor, director, writer and producer, winner of Cannes Festival prize
  • Serge Ayeli (born 1981), football striker born in Côte d'Ivoire
  • Serge Dikulu Bageta (born 1978), Congolese footballer
  • Serge Baguet (born 1969), Belgian former professional road bicycle racer
  • Raymond-Serge Balé, Congolese diplomat, Congo-Brazzaville's Permanent Representative to the United Nations since 2008
  • Serge Théophile Balima (born 1949), Burkinabé journalist, diplomat and professor of the University of Ouagadougou
  • Serge van den Ban (born 1980), Dutch football goalkeeper
  • Serge Baudo (born 1927), French conductor
  • Serge Beaudoin (born 1952), retired professional ice hockey player
  • Serge de Beketch (1946–2007), French journalist, story writer for cartoons and writer linked to the extreme-right
  • Serge Bélanger, former politician in Montreal, Quebec, Canada
  • Serge Bengono (born 1977), Cameroonian sprinter who specializes in the 100 metres
  • Serge Bernier (born 1947), retired Canadian professional ice hockey right winger
  • Serge Betsen (born 1974), French rugby union player
  • Serge Bezème (born 1977), Ivorian professional football player
  • Serge Bindy (born 1954), Swiss modern pentathlete
  • Serge Moléon Blaise (born 1951), Haitian painter
  • Serge Blanc (born 1972), former French football player
  • Serge Blanco (born 1958), former rugby union footballer
  • Serge Blisko (born 1950), French politician and a member of the National Assembly of France
  • Serge Blusson (1928–1994), French cyclist
  • Serge Boisvert (born 1959), former Canadian ice hockey player
  • Jean-Serge Bokassa (born 1972), Central African politician, Minister of Youth, Sports, Arts, and Culture since April 2011
  • Serge Lofo Bongeli (born 1983), DR Congolese football player
  • Constant-Serge Bounda, Ph.D. (born 1966), Congolese national and United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) Representative to the African Union
  • Serge Bourguignon (born 1928), French film director and screenwriter
  • Serge Boutouli, footballer from the Central African Republic
  • Serge Bramly (born 1949), French language writer and essayist
  • Serge Brammertz (born 1962), Belgian jurist, prosecutor for the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia
  • Serge Branco (born 1980), Cameroonian footballer
  • Serge Brignoni (1903–2002), Swiss painter
  • Serge Brunier (born 1958), French photographer, reporter, and writer who has specialized in popular depictions of astronomical subjects
  • Serge Brussolo (born 1951), French writer
  • Serge Cadorin (1961–2007), Belgian football striker
  • Serge Cajfinger creator of Paule Ka, a French ready-to-wear brand
  • Serge Cardin (born 1950), Canadian politician
  • Serge Carrière O.C., M.D., C.S.P.Q., F.R.C.P.(C), is a Canadian physiologist, physician and educator
  • Serge Chaloff (1923–1957), American jazz baritone saxophonist
  • Serge Chapleau (born 1945), French-Canadian political cartoonist from the province of Québec
  • Serge Chermayeff (1900–1996), Russian-born British architect, industrial designer, writer, and co-founder of several architectural societies
  • Serge Chiesa (born 1950), former professional French footballer
  • Serge Clair (born 1940), the Chief Commissioner of Rodrigues from 2003 to 2006
  • Serge Clerc (born 1957), French comic book artist and illustrator
  • Issa Serge Coelo (born 1967), Chadian film director
  • Serge Collot (1923–2015), French violist and music educator
  • Serge Conus (1902–1988), Russian pianist and composer who performed in the United States and Europe
  • Serge Corbin, Canadian professional marathon canoe racer and a native of St. Boniface, Quebec
  • Serge Crasnianski (born 1942), French entrepreneur who founded in 1963 the Grenoble-based Key Independent System (KIS)
  • Serge Daan, Dutch scientist, known for his significant contributions to the field of Chronobiology
  • Serge Daney (1944–1992), influential French movie critic
  • Serge Danot (1931–1990), French animator and former advertising executive
  • Serge Dassault (born 1925), French entrepreneur, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Dassault Group, conservative politician
  • Serge Deble or Serges Déblé (born 1989), Ivorian football player
  • Serge Dedina, the author of Wild Sea: Eco-Wars and Surf Stories from the Coast of the California
  • Serge Delaive (born 1965), poet and novelist writing in the French language
  • Serge Demierre (born 1956), Swiss professional road bicycle racer
  • Serge Deslières (born 1947), former Quebec politician and teacher
  • Serge Despres (born 1978), Canadian bobsledder from Cocagne, New Brunswick who competed from 2000 to 2006
  • Serge Devèze, French association football manager, active primarily in Africa, who has coached the national teams of Guinea, Gabon and Benin
  • Serge Diaghilev (1872–1929), Russian art critic, patron, ballet impresario and founder of the Ballets Russes
  • Serge Dié (born 1977), Ivorian footballer
  • Serge Le Dizet (born 1964), French football coach who had a playing career
  • Serge Djekanovic (born 1983), Serbian-born Canadian retired professional soccer player
  • Serge Djiehoua (born 1983), Ivorian football player
  • Serge Doubrovsky (born 1928), French writer and 1989 Prix Médicis winner for Le Livre brisé
  • Serge Dube (born 1979), Canadian former professional ice hockey defenceman
  • Serge Ducosté (born 1944), Haitian football defender
  • Serge Duigou (born 1948), French historian, specialising in the history of Brittany
  • Serge Dupire (born 1958), Canadian actor
  • Serge Duvernois (born 1960), French former footballer
  • Serge Edongo (born 1982), Cameroonian professional volleyball player
  • Serge Elisséeff (1889–1975), Franco-American academic, an early Sinologist and Japanologist
  • Jean Serge Essous (1935–2009), Congolese saxophonist, clarinetist, and co-founder of the Afrika Team in Paris, France
  • Serge Raynaud de la Ferriere (1916–1962), French religious philosopher
  • Serge Fiori (born 1952), the lead vocalist and guitarist for Harmonium, an influential progressive rock band from Quebec
  • Serge Fontaine (born 1947), Canadian politician in the province Quebec
  • Eric Serge Gagne (born 1976), former Major League Baseball pitcher
  • Serge Gainsbourg, born Lucien Ginsburg (1928–1991), French singer, songwriter, poet, composer, artist, actor and director
  • Serge Gakpé (born 1987), French-born Togolese football midfielder
  • Serge Garant, OC (1929–1986), Canadian composer, conductor, professor of music at the University of Montreal
  • Serge de Gastyne (1930–1992), French-American composer and pianist born in Paris, France
  • Serge Gavronsky (born 1932), American poet and translator
  • Serge & Christine Ghisoland (born 1946), singing duo from Mouscron, Belgium, participated in the 1972 Eurovision Song Contest
  • Serge Gilles (born 1936), the leader of the Fusion of Haitian Social Democrats political party
  • Serge Girard, French ultramarathon runner born in 1953
  • Serge Gnabry Football player at Arsenal F.C
  • Serge Godard (born 1936), French politician
  • Anne & Serge Golon or Anne Golon (born 1921), French author, better known to English-speaking readers as Sergeanne Golon
  • Serge Golon (1903–1972), writer, the husband of French author Anne Golon, in collaboration with whom he wrote the Angélique series
  • Serge Golovach (born 1970), contemporary artist
  • Serge Grouard (born 1959), member of the National Assembly of France
  • Serge Gruzinski (born 1949), French historian and Latin Americanist
  • Serge Guinchard (born 1946), French jurist, teacher emeritus professor[Note 1] of Pantheon-Assas University
  • Serge Gumienny (born 1972), Belgian football referee
  • Serge Halimi, journalist with the Le Monde diplomatic since 1992
  • Serge Haroche (born 1944), French physicist
  • Serge Hélan (born 1964), retired French triple jumper, known for his bronze medal at the 1995 World Indoor Championships
  • Serge Honi (born 1973), retired Cameroonian footballer who played as a forward
  • Serge Houde (born 1953), Canadian film & television character actor
  • Serge Hovey (1920–1989), composer and ethnomusicologist
  • Serge Huo-Chao-Si (born 1968), contemporary artist and comic book creator
  • Serge Hutin (1927–1997), born in France, was an author on books on esoterica and the occult
  • Serge Ibaka (born 1989), Spanish professional basketball player of Congolese origins
  • Serge Osmena, III (born 1943), Senator of the Republic of the Philippines
  • Serge Ivanoff (1893–1983), Russian painter
  • Serge Janquin (born 1943), member of the National Assembly of France
  • Serge Jaroff (1896–1985), the founder, conductor and composer of the Don Cossack Choir Serge Jaroff
  • Serge Joyal, PC-OC OQ (born 1945), Canadian Senator
  • Serge July (born 1942), French journalist, founder of the daily Libération, prominent figure in French politics
  • Serge Kampf (born 1934), French businessman who founded the computer services company Capgemini in 1967
  • Serge Karlow (c. 1921 – 2005), CIA Technical Officer falsely accused of treason and forced to resign
  • Serge and Beate Klarsfeld, activists known for documenting the Holocaust to establish the record and enable prosecution of war criminals
  • Serge-Christophe Kolm (born 1932), French public economist, econometrician, and political philosopher
  • Serge (Konovaloff) (1941–2003), archbishop of Western Europe of the Ecumenical Patriarchate of the Eastern Orthodox church 1993 to 2003
  • Serge Korber (born 1936), French film director and screenwriter
  • Konan Serge Kouadio (born 1988), Ivorian footballer
  • Serge Koussevitzky (1874–1951), Russian-born Jewish conductor, composer, double bassist, music director of the Boston Symphony Orchestra 1924 to 1949
  • Serge Kwetche (born 1976), Cameroonian footballer in midfielder role
  • Serge Lagauche (born 1940), member of the Senate of France, representing the Val-de-Marne department
  • Serge Lairle (born 1956), French rugby union former footballer and a current coach
  • Serge Lajeunesse (born 1950), retired Canadian professional ice hockey defenceman
  • Serge Lama (born 1943), French singer and songwriter
  • Serge Lamothe (born 1963), French writer
  • Serge Lancel (1928–2005), French archaeologist and philologist
  • Serge Lang (1927–2005), French-born American mathematician
  • Serge Lang (skiing) (1920–1999), French journalist, alpine skier, and the founder of the alpine skiing World Cup
  • Serge Larcher (born 1945), member of the Senate of France, representing the island of Martinique
  • Serge Latouche (born 1940, Vannes), French emeritus professor in economy at the University of Paris-Sud
  • Serge Lazar (born 1983), singer, dancer and actor born in Moscow, Russia
  • Serge Lazareff (born 1944), Australian actor
  • Serge Lebovici (1915–2000), French psychiatrist and psychoanalyst
  • Serge Leclaire (1924–1994), French psychiatrist and psychoanalyst
  • Serge LeClerc (1950–2011), pardoned Canadian ex-criminal, former politician and co-author of the autobiography Untwisted
  • Serge Legat or Sergei Legat (1875–1905), Russian ballet dancer
  • Serge Legendre, research scientist in the field of paleobiology with the Institute of Paleoenvironment & Paleobiosphere, University of Lyon
  • Serge Lehman (born 1964), the main pseudonym of the French science fiction writer Pascal Fréjean
  • Serge Lemoyne (1941–1998), Canadian artist from Quebec
  • Serge Lenoir (born 1947), retired French football player who played for Rennes, SC Bastia and Stade Brestois
  • Serge Lepeltier (born 1953), French politician
  • Serge Letchimy (born 1953), member of the National Assembly of France
  • Serge Leveur (born 1957), retired French pole vaulter
  • François-Serge Lhabitant, the Chief Investment Officer of Kedge Capital Fund Management Ltd, Professor of Finance at the Edhec Business School
  • Serge Lifar (1905–1986), French ballet dancer and choreographer of Ukrainian origin
  • Serge Lilo (born 1985), rugby union player who represents the Wellington Lions in the Air New Zealand Cup and the Hurricanes in Super Rugby
  • Serge Alain Liri (born 1979), Côte d'Ivoire footballer
  • Serge-Paul Loga or Paul Loga (born 1969), retired Cameroonian football
  • Serge Losique (born 1931), the founder & president of the Montreal World Film Festival since its opening
  • Serge Lutens (born 1942), French photographer, filmmaker, hair stylist, perfume art director and fashion designer
  • Serge Maguy (born 1970), retired Ivorian football player
  • Serge Makofo (born 1986), Congolese professional footballer
  • Serge Malé, French senior UN official working for the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees
  • Serge Marcil PC (1944–2010), educator, administrator and politician in Quebec, Canada
  • Christian Serge Maronga (1959–2008), Gabonese politician and President of the Rally of Democrats (RDD) party
  • Serge Marquand (1930–2004), French actor and film producer
  • Serge Masnaghetti (born 1934), French former professional football (soccer) player
  • Serge Maury (born 1946), French sailor and Olympic champion
  • Serge Mayifuila, Congolese-born business owner, philanthropist
  • Serge Ménard (born 1941), Quebec politician from Canada
  • Serge Merlin, French actor
  • Serge Mesonès (1948–2001), French footballer
  • Serge Mimpo (born 1974), Cameroonian professional football player
  • Joseph Serge Miot (1946–2010), Haitian archbishop of the Roman Catholic Church
  • Serge Moati (born 1946), French artist, journalist, film director and writer
  • Serge Mombouli, Republic of the Congo's ambassador to the United States since 2001
  • Serge Monast (1945–1996), Québécois investigative journalist, poet, essayist and conspiracy theorist
  • Serge Moscovici (born 1925), Romanian-born French social psychologist, director of the Laboratoire Européen de Psychologie Sociale
  • Serge Mouille (1922–1988), French industrial designer and goldsmith
  • Serge Mputu Mbungu (born 1980), Congolese footballer
  • Serge Muhmenthaler (born 1953), retired Swiss football player and referee
  • Serge Netchaiev or Sergey Nechayev (1847–1882), Russian revolutionary associated with the Nihilist movement
  • Serge N'Gal (born 1986), Cameroonian footballer
  • Serge Emaleu Ngomgoue (born 1985), Cameroonian footballer
  • Serge-Junior Martinsson Ngouali (born 1992), Swedish footballer of Caribbean and Central African Republic descent
  • Serge Nigg (1924–2008), French composer
  • Serge Nilus or Sergei Nilus (1862–1929), Russian religious writer and self-described mystic
  • Serge Noskov (born 1956), composer
  • Serge Nubret (1938–2011), French professional bodybuilder, bodybuilding federation leader, movie actor and author
  • Serge Blanchard Oba, Congolese politician
  • Serge Obolensky (1890–1978), Russian Prince and Vice Chairman of the Board of Hilton Hotels Corporation
  • Serge Michel Odzoki (born 1948), Congolese politician
  • Serge Oldenburg (1863–1934), Russian orientalist who specialized in Buddhist studies
  • Serge Ornem, Paralympian athlete from France competing mainly in category T46 sprint events
  • Serge Panizza (born 1942), French fencer
  • Serge Pankejeff (1886–1979), Russian aristocrat from Odessa known for being a patient of Sigmund Freud, who gave him the pseudonym Wolf Man
  • Serge Parsani (born 1952), Italian professional road bicycle racer, who won one stage in the 1979 Tour de France
  • Serge Pauwels (born 1983), Belgian professional road bicycle racer for UCI ProTour Omega Pharma-Quick Step
  • Serge Payer (born 1979), Canadian professional ice hockey player
  • Serge Pizzorno (born 1980), British guitarist and songwriter, worked with the indie rock band Kasabian
  • Serge Poignant (born 1947), member of the National Assembly of France
  • Serge Poliakoff (1906–1969), Russian-born French modernist painter belonging to the 'New' Ecole de Paris (Tachisme)
  • Serge de Poligny (1903–1983), French screenwriter and film director
  • Serge Poltoratzky (1803–1884), Russian literary scholar, bibliophile and humanitarian
  • Serge Postigo (born 1968), Quebec actor originally from France
  • Serge Prokofiev (1891–1953), Russian composer, pianist and conductor
  • Serge Quisquater, Belgian musician born in Leuven in 1965
  • Serge Rachmaninoff (1873–1943), Russian composer, pianist, and conductor
  • Serge Racine (born 1951), Haitian football defender
  • Serge of Radonezh, spiritual leader and monastic reformer of mediaeval Russia
  • Serge Reding (1941–1975), Belgian weightlifter
  • Serge Reggiani (1922–2004), Italian-born French singer and actor
  • Serge Reid (born 1963), Canadian curler from Jonquière, Quebec
  • Serge Ricard, professor of American Civilization at the University of Paris III-Sorbonne Nouvelle
  • Serge Roberge (born 1965), professional ice hockey player
  • Serge Robert, Quebec musician who sings in French
  • Serge Robichaud, Canadian politician, elected to the Legislative Assembly of New Brunswick in the 2010 provincial election
  • Serge Romano (born 1964), French retired professional football defender
  • Serge Roques (born 1947), French politician and Mayor of Villefranche-de-Rouergue (Aveyron)
  • Serge Roullet (born 1926), French film director and screenwriter
  • Serge Rousseau (1930–2007), French film and television actor and agent
  • Éric Serge Roy (born 1967), retired French footballer and former manager of OGC Nice
  • Serge Rubanraut (1948–2008), Australian chess master
  • Serge Rudaz (born 1954), Canadian theoretical physicist and Professor of Physics at the University of Minnesota
  • Serge Saltykov (1726–1765), Russian officer (chamberlain) who became the first lover of Empress Catherine the Great after her arrival to Russia
  • Serge Sargsian (born 1954), the third and current President of Armenia
  • Serge Sauneron (1927–1976), French Egyptologist
  • Serge Sauvion (1929–2010), French actor
  • Serge Savard, OC, CQ (born 1946), retired professional ice hockey defenceman
  • Serge Schmemann (born 1945), writer and editorial page editor of the International Herald Tribune, the global edition of the New York Times
  • Serge Semenenko (1903–1980), innovative Ukrainian-born Hollywood banker in the 1950s and 1960s, representing the First National Bank of Boston
  • Victor Serge (1890–1947), Russian revolutionary and writer
  • Serge Silberman (1917–2003), French film producer
  • Serge Simard (born 1950), politician in the Canadian province of Quebec
  • Serge Sorokko (born 1954), American art dealer, publisher and owner of the Serge Sorokko Gallery in San Francisco
  • Serge Souchon-Koguia (born 1987), Central African Republican footballer
  • Serge Soudoplatoff, French technologist, commentator, and author
  • Serge Spitzer, Romanian-born American artist
  • Serge Alexandre Stavisky (1886–1934), French financier and embezzler
  • Serge A. Storms, the main fictional character in most of Tim Dorsey's novels
  • Serge Sudeikin (1882–1946), Russian artist and set-designer associated with the Ballets Russes and the Metropolitan Opera
  • Serge Tatiefang (born 1987), Cameroonian defensive midfielder
  • Serge Tcherepnin (born 1941), American composer and electronic instrument builder of Russian-Chinese origin
  • Serge Tchuruk (born 1937), French businessman of Armenian descent
  • Serge Testa, Australian yachtsman who holds the world record for the circumnavigation in the smallest boat, completing the voyage in 1987
  • Serge Teyssot-Gay (born 1963), has been the guitarist of French rock group Noir Désir until November 29, 2010
  • Serge Thériault (born 1948), Quebec comedian and actor
  • Serge Thion (born 1942), French sociologist
  • Serge Timashev (born 1937), Russian scientist performing research for USPolyResearch
  • Serge Torsarkissian, Lebanese member of parliament representing the Armenian Catholic seat in Beirut
  • Serge Toussaint, artist and muralist
  • Serge Trifkovic (born 1954), Serbian-American writer on international affairs, foreign affairs editor for the paleoconservative magazine Chronicles
  • Serge Tsmikeboki (born 1967), former professional footballer who played as a striker
  • Serge Turgeon, CM, CQ (1946–2004), Quebec actor and union leader
  • Serge Vandercam (1924–2005), Belgian painter, photographer, sculptor, and ceramist associated with the CoBrA group
  • Serge Vaudenay (born 1968), French cryptographer
  • Serge Venturini (born 1955), French poet
  • Serge Vinçon (1949–2007), French politician of the UMP party
  • Serge Vohor (born 1955), politician from Vanuatu
  • Serge Voronoff (1866–1951), French surgeon of Russian extraction, grafted monkey testicle tissue onto the testicles of men
  • Serge Wawa (born 1986), Ivorian football defender
  • Serge Weinberg (born 1951), Chairman of Weinberg Capital Partners, an investment firm
  • Serge Julievich, Count Witte (1849–1915), policy-maker who presided over extensive industrialization within the Russian Empire
  • Serge Wolkonsky (1860–1937), influential Russian theatrical worker, one of the first Russian proponents of eurhythmics
  • Serge Yoffou (born 1971), former Ivorian international footballer, who played in his career as a forward
  • Serge Zwikker (born 1973), Dutch-American basketball player

List of people with given name Sergei or Sergey[edit]

List of people with given name Sergi[edit]

List of people with given name Sergio or Sérgio[edit]

List of people with given name Sergiu[edit]

  • Sergiu Anghel (born 1954), choreographer born in Mediaş, Transylvania, Romania
  • Sergiu Băhăian, Romanian businessman, convicted fraudster, alleged leader of a criminal organization
  • Sergiu Balan (born 1987), Moldovan cross-country skier who has competed since 2006
  • Sergiu Bar (born 1980), Romanian footballer
  • Sergiu Brujan (born 1976), Romanian football player
  • Sergiu Burcă (born 1961), journalist and politician from Moldova
  • Sergiu Buș (born 1992), Romanian footballer
  • Sergiu Celac (born 1939), the first post-communist Romanian Minister of Foreign Affairs of Romania
  • Sergiu Celibidache (1912–1996), Romanian conductor, composer, and teacher
  • Sergiu Chircă, Moldovan politician
  • Sergiu Comissiona (1928–2005), Romanian conductor and violinist
  • Sergiu Costea (born 1983), Romanian football player
  • Sergiu Costin (born 1978), Romanian football player
  • Sergiu Cunescu (1923–2005), Romanian social democratic politician, leader of the Social Democratic Party of Romania 1990 to 2001
  • Sergiu Dan (1903–1976), Romanian novelist, journalist, Holocaust survivor and political prisoner of the communist regime
  • Sergiu Gavriliţă, husband of Rodica Ciorănică (born 1976) who is a journalist and editor from Moldova
  • Sergiu Grossu (1920–2009), writer and theologian from Romania
  • Sergiu Hart (born 1949), Israeli mathematician and economist and the past President of the Game Theory Society (2008–2010)
  • Sergiu Homei (born 1987), Romanian football player
  • Sergiu Klainerman (born 1950), mathematician known for his contributions to the study of hyperbolic differential equations and general relativity
  • Sergiu Luca (1943–2010), Romanian-born American violinist
  • Sergiu Mândrean (born 1978), Romanian professional football player
  • Sergiu Mocanu (June 6, 1961, Ciobalaccia) is a Moldovan politician
  • Sergiu Ionuț Moga (born 1992), Romanian footballer defender
  • Sergiu Musteaţă (born 1972), historian from the Republic of Moldova, president of the Association of Historians of Moldova
  • Sergiu Muth (born 1990), Romanian footballer
  • Sergiu Natra (born 1924), Israeli composer of Romanian birth
  • Sergiu Negruț (born 1993), Romanian professional football player
  • Sergiu Nicolaescu (born 1930), Romanian film director, actor and politician
  • Sergiu Niţă (1883–1940), politician and lawyer from Romania
  • Sergiu Rădăuţan (1926–1998), Moldovan physicist
  • Sergiu Radu (born 1977), Romanian professional footballer
  • Sergiu Samarian (1923–1991), Romanian–German chess master and coach
  • Sergiu Suciu (born 1990), Romanian professional footballer
  • Sergiu Toma (born 1987), Moldovan judoka
  • Sergiu Ursu (born 1980), Romanian discus thrower

List of people with given name Serj[edit]

  • Serj Sargsyan or Serzh Sargsyan (born 1954), the third and current President of Armenia
  • Serj Tankian, Armenian-American musician/political activist

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