Slavic Names For Boys And Girls With Meanings and Origin

Slavic Names For Boys And Girls

 

If you are looking for names of Slavic origin, male or female, we have you covered. We have gathered a list of Slavic names for boys and girls, along with their meanings.

Slavic languages ​​are a set of languages ​​belonging to the Indo-European family. They use the Latin and Cyrillic alphabet, and are widely spoken in Central Europe, the Balkans, Eastern Europe, and North Asia. It includes languages ​​such as Russian, Serbian, Croatian, Bulgarian, Czech, Ukrainian. Therefore, within this category we will list Slavic names from all these countries. They are all very similar to each other, differentiated only by small graphic variants.

You can also check out our other articles that cover each of these countries specifically. Meanwhile, go ahead and discover the perfect Slavic name for you!

Slavic Names For Boys and Girls
Slavic Names For Boys and Girls

 

Slavic Boy Names and Meanings

Listed below are the most popular Slavic Names For Boys. We have also given the meanings and their origin, to help you choose the perfect name.

 

Mirko
It is diminutive of Miroslav, composed of mer, Gloria or mir, peace. Putting all these roots together, the meaning is famous for its glory or glorious for having ensured peace.

Andrik
“Manly, masculine”, variant of Andrés.

Rusbel
It derives from the proper name Rurik, of Slavic origin, and means “famous leader”.

Zlatan
“Made of gold”.

Milovan
Slavic origin name used in Croatia and Serbia, meaning stroked.

Radu
Derived from the element ‘rad’, which means “happy”.

Damir
Slavic name which means “one who gives peace.”

Jaris
Variant of the name Juri, meaning “farmer.”

Ivanova
Surname of Slavic origin.

Davis
“Son of David”.

Bojan
Bojan comes from Slavic and is a boy’s name that means “battle”.

Laszlo
He rules with glory.

Il’ich
From the name of Biblical prophet.

Danya
Meaning Gift from God, it adapts to everything. It is expressed in joviality, amenity and lavishness.

Brahim
Of Albanian origin, it comes from the Latin name Abrahám, meaning “father of all”.

Goran
The man of the mountains or mountaineer.

Bogdan:
“Gift from God”.

Drazen
It is a Croatian name derived from the Slavic word dorgu which means “precious”.

Igrevich
They say that this name originates from the Scandinavian name Íngvar, meaning “young warrior.”

Casimir
He who preaches peace.

Milivoje
Milivoj or Milivoje is a name of Slavic origin formed by “milo” which means grace/favour and “voj” which means war/soldier.

Sviatoslávovich
Luminous and glorious.

Yovani
Majestic

Bogdanovich
“God given”

Ladislaus
He who rules with glory.

Dobry
“Good”.

Boleslao
Slavic origin name meaning “the most glorious of the glorious.”

Branco
Slavic origin name meaning “glory”.

Bogomil
Slavic name that means “friend of God”.

 

Slavic Girl Names 

Listed below are the most popular and common Slavic Names For Girls, with meanings and origin.

 

Milka/Milca
Milka means “industrious”, “the one who works hard”.

Rockrose
Jara means “spring” in Slavic.

Miroslava
It means “glory” and “full of peace”. It is the feminine form of Miroslav.

Summer
Meaning “brave girl”, it is also the Ukrainian form of Vera meaning “true.”

Vera
Vera is one of the few names that comes directly from the Russian language.

Boyka
Feminine of Boyko meaning  “who is afraid of battle.”

Lenka
In Slavic it means “Taker, the one who takes or takes something.” In Russian, it is a boy’s name and it means “he shines, he is radiant.”

Militza
Friendly.

Svetlana
A very popular name, especially in Russia, and it means “light”.

Mileva
Girl name of Slavic origin which means “funny.”

Ivana
Iván feminine form.

Miruna
Female name of Slavic origin which means “peaceful.”

Tihana
Common Slavic origin name in Serbia and Croatia which means quiet.

Neda
Slavic origin name meaning “born on Sunday”.

Kostka
Constancy variant, meaning “constant, firm.”

Jitka
Slavic origin name meaning from Judea, Jewish woman.

Nadina/Nadine
The one that maintains hope.

Jagoda
Jagoda means “strawberry” in Slavic and “berry” in Polish.

Christal
“Christian”.

Snezana
Czech proper Slavic name meaning snowy woman.

Liuda
Loved by people.

Borisovna
Fighter, the beginning of ancient Troy had this name, that the Greeks misrepresented in Paris.

Drabkina
Sympathy.

L’vovna
Lev in Russian means lion.

Janika
Name of Slavic origin that means “Juana”.

Ludmilla
Slavic origin name meaning “loved by people”.

Kallan
Slavic origin name meaning “stream”, “river”.

Vladimira
Name of Slavic origin that means “famous sovereign”.

Vladislava
Name of Slavic origin meaning “glorious sovereign”.

Zverda
Slavic origin name meaning “star”. The variant is Zverdana.

 

 

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