Slavic NamesTotal Names: 211
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Anatol

The name Anatol is of Slavic origin. The meaning of Anatol is "from the east andrej". Anatol is generally used ... Read More

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Ani

The name Ani is of Slavic origin. The meaning of Ani is "very beautiful". Ani is generally used as a girl's na ... Read More

Female

Arthuretta

From the east.. ... Read More

Male

Belbog

The name Belbog is of Slavic origin. The meaning of Belbog is "white G-d". Belbog is generally used as a boy's ... Read More

Male

Belias

A white woman ... Read More

Female

Belun

The name Belun is of Slavic origin. The meaning of Belun is "white G-d". Belun is generally used as a boy's na ... Read More

Male

Beta

The name Beta is of Slavic origin. The meaning of Beta is "G-d oath, pledged to G-d". Beta is generally used a ... Read More

Female

Beyla

By God! ... Read More

Female

Bialbog

The name Bialbog is of Slavic origin. The meaning of Bialbog is "white G-d". Bialbog is generally used as a bo ... Read More

Male

Bielobog

The name Bielobog is of Slavic origin. The meaning of Bielobog is "white G-d". Bielobog is generally used as a ... Read More

Male

Bisera

Derived from the South Slavic word biser pearl. ... Read More

Female

Blagoy

One who is sweet, pleasant, blessed. ... Read More

Male

Boian

One who is soldier or a warrior. ... Read More

Male

Bole

The name Bole is of Slavic origin. The meaning of Bole is "tremendous, great". Bole is generally used as a boy ... Read More

Male

Boris

The name Boris is of Slavic origin. The meaning of Boris is "battle". It is also of Bulgarian origin, where it ... Read More

Male

Borislav

The name Borislav is of Slavic origin. The meaning of Borislav is "battle glory". It is also of Bulgarian orig ... Read More

Male

Borislava

The name Borislava is of Slavic origin. The meaning of Borislava is "battle glory". It is also of Bulgarian or ... Read More

Female

Borislaw

A variant of Borislav, meaning famous battle. ... Read More

Male

Boryslav

One who likes fighting for fame. ... Read More

Male

Boyana

Bulgarian form of Bojana, meaning battle. ... Read More

Female

Bozhidara

Bulgarian feminine form of Bozidar, meaning divine gift. ... Read More

Female

Bozica

The name Bozica is of Slavic origin. The meaning of Bozica is "born at christmas". Bozica is generally used as ... Read More

Female

Brodny

The name Brodny is of Slavic origin. The meaning of Brodny is "shallow stream crossing". Brodny is generally u ... Read More

Male

Bulbs

God's glory.. ... Read More

Male

Bunda

One with a furcoat ... Read More

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Buqisi

Sorrowful.. ... Read More

Male

By

Warrior. Famous Bearers: monster movie actor Boris Karloff and Russian president Boris Yeltsin.. ... Read More

Male

Byelobog

The name Byelobog is of Slavic origin. The meaning of Byelobog is "white G-d". Byelobog is generally used as a ... Read More

Male

Bylun

The name Bylun is of Slavic origin. The meaning of Bylun is "white G-d". Bylun is generally used as a boy's na ... Read More

Male

Cadee

The name Cadee is of Slavic origin. The meaning of Cadee is "blessed, pure, holy". Cadee is generally used as ... Read More

Female

Calixte

The name Calixte is of Slavic origin. The meaning of Calixte is "most beautiful". Calixte is generally used as ... Read More

Female

Casar

A ruler, an imperial person ... Read More

Male

Casimira

The name Casimira is of Slavic origin. The meaning of Casimira is "command for peace". Casimira is generally u ... Read More

Female

Casmir

He brought us peace ... Read More

Male

Catta

The one woman that is pure ... Read More

Female

Caz

One who famously destroyes the peace ... Read More

Male

Charna

Dark ... Read More

Female

Checo

A small child ... Read More

Male

Chernobog

. Chernobog is a variant of Crnobog. See Crnobog for further details. Chernobog is quite a mesmerizing name an ... Read More

Male

Chesna

The name Chesna is of Slavic origin. The meaning of Chesna is "peaceful". Chesna is generally used as a girl's ... Read More

Female
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People give certain names to their children for various reasons – to honor someone, like a favored relative or famous person (like your uncle Michael, or John F. Kennedy); because the name itself translates to something special (like my name, Timothy, translates to “serving God”), to provide a sense of uniqueness in the world (like the name of someone I knew in college gave to her daughter – Tanji), or to be frivolous (as in the case of parents who might name their child “Lucifer” or “Messiah” or “23”). In some cultures which use descriptive phrases or nouns for names, as in some Native American tribes, it is seen as bestowing the gifts or talents described in the phrase, such as Running Rabbit or Flying Arrow.

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