Pope John Paul II | references

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Notes

  1. ^ English: Charles Joseph Wojtyła
  2. ^ In isolation, Józef is pronounced [ˈjuzɛf].

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Alemannisch: Johannes Paul II.
aragonés: Chuan-Pavlo II
armãneashti: Papa Ioannis Pavlu II
Avañe'ẽ: Huã Páulo II
Aymar aru: Juan Pawlu II
azərbaycanca: II İohann Pavel
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македонски: Јован Павле II
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occitan: Joan Pau II
oʻzbekcha/ўзбекча: Ioann Pavel II
Piemontèis: Gioann Pàul II
Plattdüütsch: Johannes Paul II.
Ripoarisch: Johannes Paul II.
Runa Simi: Huwan Pawlu II
русский: Иоанн Павел II
саха тыла: Иоанн Павел II
Simple English: Pope John Paul II
slovenčina: Ján Pavol II.
slovenščina: Papež Janez Pavel II.
ślůnski: Jůn Paul II
српски / srpski: Папа Јован Павле II
srpskohrvatski / српскохрватски: Ivan Pavao II.
татарча/tatarça: Иоанн Павел II
українська: Іван Павло II
žemaitėška: Juons Paulios II