Bosnian NamesTotal Names: 150
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Aefika

A variant of Shafeeka, meaning merciful and forgiving. ... Read More

Female

Aeherzada

Free city ... Read More

Female

Aemila

A beautiful woman. ... Read More

Female

Aemsudin

Sunshine of faith ... Read More

Male

Aerif

Noble, respectable, honorable ... Read More

Male

Aeval

To carry ... Read More

Male

Aevala

Shawwal - the tenth month in the Islamic lunar calendar. ... Read More

Female

Ajdin

He who is bright, happy and lucky. ... Read More

Male

Ajna

Real or original ... Read More

Female

Ajnur

Moonlight, glow of the oon. ... Read More

Male

Ajša

Bosnian version of Aisha. It means alive or healthy. ... Read More

Female

Aleza

Joy or daughter of Ali ... Read More

Female

Almedina

One who is devoted to faith or one who is civilized. ... Read More

Female

Amela

Work or effort. ... Read More

Female

Asja

A form of Anastasia, meaning resurrection. ... Read More

Female

Aukrija

He who is grateful to God. ... Read More

Male

Aulaga

?ulaga is coined from two words, Turkish word "?ul" , which means rose and Bosnian word "aga", meaning leader, ... Read More

Male

Aulizar

Rose garden ... Read More

Male

Azem

Big or large ... Read More

Male

Bahrudin

Glow of faith ... Read More

Male

Basich

Head or headman. A form of Basic. ... Read More

Male

Beg

A title of respect ... Read More

Male

Behrem

Mars planet ... Read More

Male

Berberich

Bosnian surname meaning barber. ... Read More

Male

Berina

Best, highest ... Read More

Female

Besima

One who is always smiling, and happy ... Read More

Female

Daut

A variant of David, meaning beloved. ... Read More

Male

Davud

A variant of David, meaning beloved. ... Read More

Male

Dedic

Bosnian term, meaning grandfather. ... Read More

Male

Džafer

Camel that gives milk or small river. ... Read More

Male

Džanan

A variant of Dženan, meaning he who is loved. ... Read More

Male

Dželil

One who is respected, famous, glorious. ... Read More

Male

Dželila

One who is respected and famous. ... Read More

Female

Džemal

A variant of Jamal, meaning beauty of faith. ... Read More

Male

Džemaludin

A variant of Jamaluddin, meaning beauty of faith. ... Read More

Male

Džemila

Bosnian version of Jamila, meaning beautiful. ... Read More

Female

Dženan

He who is loved ... Read More

Male

Dženeta

Islamic paradise ... Read More

Female

Dževad

He who is noble or generous. ... Read More

Male
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