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List of Slavic Baby Names Meanings View Other Origins

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  • Iva
    Comments and insights on the name Iva: | Edit. Meaning god is good/gracious. usually female name in italian, slavic, croatian, czech. Can be a shortened version of slavic names Ivana, Ivanka, Ivka. russians use Iva as a boys name (short for Ivan which is russian for john).
    Meaning: God's great gift, yew tree Origin: Slavic
  • Ivann
    Ivann is derived from Hebrew origins. Ivann is a variant transcription of the name Ivan (Belorussian, Czech, English, Russian, Slavic, and Ukrainian). See also the related category hebrew. Ivann is uncommon as a baby name for boys.
    Meaning: God is gracious, in the bible, one of the apostles Origin: Slavic
  • Kammi
    The name Kammi is a Japanese baby name. In Japanese the meaning of the name Kammi is: Lord.
    Meaning: Young attendant Origin: Slavic
  • Milla - MIL-ə
    Milla is used as a pet form for many feminine names such as Camilla or Millicent. The 'Mila' element of the name is usually of Latin origin and meaning something along the lines of 'Pleasant'.
    Meaning: One who is industrious and hardwork Origin: Slavic
  • Naadia
    Slavic Meaning: The name Nadia is a Slavic baby name. In Slavic the meaning of the name Nadia is: Hope.
    Meaning: One who is full of hope Origin: Slavic
  • Stacia
    Stacia. 12% this week. Gender: Female Origin of Stacia: Short form of Anastacia or Eustacia.
    Meaning: A short form of anastasia Origin: Slavic
  • Bogdan - BAWG-dahn
    Bogdan or Bohdan (Cyrillic: Богдан) is a Slavic masculine name that also appears in Romania and Moldova. It is derived from the Slavic words Bog/Boh (Cyrillic: Бог), meaning "god", and dan (Cyrillic: дан), meaning "gift". ... The name is also used as a surname.
    Meaning: God has rendered Origin: Polish, Russian, Slavic
  • Bogdana - bawg-DAH-nah
    Bogdan or Bohdan (Cyrillic: Богдан) is a Slavic masculine name that also appears in Romania and Moldova. It is derived from the Slavic words Bog/Boh (Cyrillic: Бог), meaning "god", and dan (Cyrillic: дан), meaning "gift".
    Meaning: Lord has rendered Origin: Polish, Russian, Slavic
  • Boris - BAWR-is
    The name Boris is a Russian baby name. In Russian the meaning of the name Boris is: Fight. Fighter. Famous bearers: Russian writer Boris Pasternak, author of Dr Zhivagoz; Boris Godunov, Tsar of Russia from 1598 to 1605; British actor Boris Karloff, who played Frankenstein's monster in 1931.
    Meaning: Battle, fight Origin: Slavic
  • Borya - BAWR-yah
    Meaning of name Borya. Etymology : Diminutive of BORIS. Saint : Origin : Russian.
    Meaning: Battle, war or fight Origin: Russian, Slavic
  • Casimir - KAZ-i-meer
    Some sources give the meaning as "proclamation of peace". Several Polish kings have borne this name, including Casimir III the Great and Saint Casimir, a patron saint of Poland and Lithuania. The name was imported into Western Europe via Germany, where it was borne by some royalty.
    Meaning: Destroyer of peace Origin: Slavic
  • Darina - dah-REE-nah
    Darina (given name) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Darina is feminine given name. Derived from the Slavic element dar meaning "gift". Short form Dara meaning star in Khmer language.
    Meaning: Present Origin: Slavic
  • Duscha - DOO-shah
    Russian Meaning: The name Duscha is a Russian baby name. In Russian the meaning of the name Duscha is: Guest.
    Meaning: Woman with soul Origin: Slavic
  • Edin - EH-din
    The meaning of the name “Edin” is: “Rich friend; someone who knows”. Categories: Albanian Names, Manx Names. Used in: Albanian speaking countries. Gender: Boy Names. Origins: English.
    Meaning: Unclear Origin: English, Slavic
  • Gaidar - GIE-dahr
    Gaidar is a name in Russian, Azerbaijani and Arabic. Russian surname (Russian Гайда́р), a pseudonym of Arkady Gaidar which was taken as a last name by his descendants: ... Arkady took the name Gaidar from a Khakas language word meaning going first, the leader.
    Meaning: To be joyful Origin: Latin, Slavic
  • Kazimierz - kah-ZEEM-yesh
    Polish Meaning: The name Kazimierz is a Polish baby name. In Polish the meaning of the name Kazimierz is: Declares peace.
    Meaning: Destroyer of peace Origin: Polish, Slavic
  • Kazimir - kah-zee-MEER
    German, Dutch, and Polish: from the personal name Kazimir, a name of Slavic origin meaning 'destroyer of peace' (see Casimir, and compare Polish Kazmierczak).
    Meaning: Keeper or destroyer of peace Origin: Russian, Slavic
  • Lida - LEE-dah
    The different meanings of the name Lida are: Germanic meaning: Noble kind. Greek meaning: Woman from Lydia. Slavic meaning: People, tribe; grace, favour. Czech meaning: Noble kind.
    Meaning: One who loves people Origin: Czech, Slavic
  • Luba - LYOO-bah
    Comments and insights on the name Luba: | Edit. Luba is a feminine, unique name. Pron. "lou-buh" or "lyou-bah", depending on the language you take it from. In Bulgarian, it's the 2nd pron. and would likely be spelled Lyuba in English ("lyubov" means in love in several Slavic languages.
    Meaning: Loving woman Origin: Russian, Slavic
  • Ludmila - LOOD-mee-lah
    Ludmila or Ludmilla (in origin sounds like Luedmeela) is a female given name of Slavic origin and consists of two elements: lud ("people") and mila ("dear, love"). Because the initial L is mostly soft (palatalized), it is sometimes also transcribed Lyudmila, Lyudmyla or Ljudmila, and is written as Ľudmila in Slovak.
    Meaning: One who loves people Origin: Slavic
  • Lyubov - lyoo-BOF
    Meaning of name Lyubov. Etymology : Derived from the Slavic element lyub meaning "love". Saint : Origin : Russian.
    Meaning: Loving woman Origin: Slavic
  • Milena - MEE-leh-nah
    Milena (Cyrillic: Милена, Serbian pronunciation: [mǐlena], Bulgarian pronunciation: [mi'lɛna]) is a popular female given name of Slavic origin derived from word "mil" meaning "gracious", "pleasant" or "dear". It is the feminine form of the male names Milan and Milen.
    Meaning: Affectionate woman Origin: Slavic
  • Neda - NEH-dah
    Neda is a Muslim Girl name which originates from the Persian language. Acording to Numerology Predictions 1 is Lucky number for name Neda. ... Urdu names meaning dictionary for Muslim boys, and Muslim girls, Muslim baby name like Neda and others. Check Neda name English and Arabic spelling.
    Meaning: Sunday Origin: Slavic
  • Vlad
    Related names. Waldemar, Voldemārs. Vladimir (Russian Cyrillic: Влади́мир Russian pronunciation: [vlɐˈdʲimʲɪr], Old Church Slavonic: Владимѣръ) is a male Slavic given name of Church Slavonic and Old Slavic origin, now widespread throughout all Slavic nations.
    Meaning: Form of VLADIMIR. Prince Origin: Slavic
  • Kamilia
    Italian. Same meaning as Camila. A variant of the Czech, Hungarian, Latvian, Polish, Slavic, Arabic, and Urdu name Kamila. Also related to the flower name, Camelia or Camellia. Famous real-life people named Kamilia: | Edit.
    Meaning: Sweet flower Origin: Slavic
  • Dusan
    Dušan (Serbian Cyrillic: Душан) is a Slavic given name primarily used among Serbs, Czechs, Slovaks and Macedonians. In Serbia, it was the 29th most popular name for males, as of 2010. The name is derived from the Slavic noun duša "soul".
    Meaning: God is my judge Origin: Slavic
  • Dita
    The name Dita is a Spanish baby name. In Spanish the meaning of the name Dita is: Abreviation of the English Edith. Happy warfare, spoils of war.
    Meaning: Rich gift Origin: Slavic
  • Anezka
    Greek Meaning: The name Anezka is a Greek baby name. In Greek the meaning of the name Anezka is: Gentle.
    Meaning: Pure Origin: Slavic
  • Brodny
    Meaning: One who lives near a shallow stream crossing Origin: Slavic
  • Burian
    The name Burian is a Russian baby name. In Russian the meaning of the name Burian is: Lives near the weeds.
    Meaning: Lives near the weeds Origin: Slavic