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Girl Names of Slavic Origin

Slavic baby names and what they mean, with 39 results. Adoption of these girl names was at its highest 9 decades ago (USAGE OF 0.52%) and has become much less since (USAGE 0.16%, 69.5%), with names like Lida becoming somewhat outmoded. Mira (#546), Milena (#704) and Hana (#845) are three of the more fashionable baby names here, while Hano (TOP 63%) and Hina (45%) are conventional last names.

Slavic names

Ania - Mira | Miroslava - Zora

Ania - Mira

Ania

Ania
"He (God) has favored me." Annia is also a moderately common kid's name. Diminutive of Anna and different spelling ..

Biljana
The name is used in Serbian .. Unconventional, but Biljana is similar to popular -ana last names Bretana (TOP 94%), Botana (96%).

Bogdana
"God's gift." Bohdana and variants are not frequently adopted as girls' names.

Branislava
"Glorious defender." Branislava, Branka and Bronislawa are not in the Top 2000. Feminine of Branislav.

Chessa
"At peace." Less widespread today. Chessie was the version last recorded (the 1900s) in the Top 2000.

Danica

Danica
"Morning star; from Denmark." Danica and variants became less popular last year, falling -276 rankings as girls' names with Danica leading the decline. There is a famous and expensive ..

Elga
"Holy, sacred." Less used today. Helga was the variation last found (1930-1939) in the Top 2000. See Olga.

Hana

Hana
"Happiness; flower; work." Hana and variants became more popular in 2016, rising on average +4 positions as baby names with Hana rising the most. .. of Hannah and Slavic variant of ..

Ilka
"Flattering, hardworking." Compare last names Ilk, Illa. Writer Ilka Chase.

Ivana

Ivana
"God is gracious." Ivana, Ivanna, etc. became more popular in 2016, rising on average +102 rankings as girls' names with Iva rising the most. Feminine of Ivan, from John ..

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Slavic names: Ania, Danica, Hana, Ivana, Kalina

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Slavic names: Karolina, Lala, Lida, Magda, Milena, Mira

Kalina

Kalina
"Flower." Usage of Kalene and forms was more pronounced among parents in 1993 and is almost as conventional now. Also an Australian aboriginal name that ..

Karolina

Karolina
"Free man." Conventional, with usage of 0.078% for Karolina and variants as girls' names in 2016, though lower than 0.082% a year ago. Variant of Caroline, from Charles.

Kasmira
"Famous destroyer (of peace)." Kasmira is not in the Top 2000. See also Kashmir. Feminine of Casimir ..

Lala

Lala
"Tulip." Lala and variants were popular a century ago. Also the Hawaiian equivalent of Lara.

Lida

Lida
"Loved by the people." A slightly quaint children's name which is found somewhat frequently as a surname. Also a variant of Leda.

Lubomira
"Person who loves peace." Not in Top 2000.

Ludmilla
"Graceful people." Ludmilla, Lyudmila, etc. are not frequently used as children's names.

Magda

Magda
Nickname of Magdalena (Greek) "from Magdala" .. Magda grew in popularity during 1970-1979. See also Mayda.

Milena

Milena
"Favored." Milena, Mileena, etc. became less popular last year, dropping -47 positions as girls' names with Mileena dropping the most. Popular in the Czech Republic ..

Mira

Mira
"Wonderful; peace; prosperous." Mira (TOP 45%), Mireille (69%), Mirella (76%), Mireya (36%) and Myra (9%) are familiar first names. Variant of Myra and Miranda ..

Quick Reference

Summary Index of names [and variants] for Slavic names for girls.

1. Ania - Mira
Ania, Biljana, Bogdana, Branislava, Chessa, Danica, Elga, Hana, Ilka, Ivana, Kalina, Karolina, Kasmira, Lala, Lida, Lubomira, Ludmilla, Magda, Milena, Mira


Miroslava, Neda, Radmilla, Sable, Svetlana, Tosha, Valeska, Velika, Vera [Verlene], Verlene, Vladislava [Valeska], Wanda, Wava, Yarmilla, Zarya, Zitomira, Zivanka, Zlata, Zora

Usage comparison for Slavic names

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