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Hungarian baby names look striking and unusual to American eyes. For example, Anastasia becomes Anasztaizia and Joseph become Jozsef. An appealing alternative if you like name spellings with a twist.
Hungarian: Bitter or grace
Hungarian: Variant of Wenceslas
Variation of Zoltan Read More
Hungarian: Foreign woman, stranger, exotic; Borbala is a variant of Barbara. The most fertile agricultural lands in Serbia are on the...
Hungarian: Familiar name for Susan; many people will think immediately of glamorous actress Zsa Zsa Gabor
Hungarian: Kind; Hungarian form of Agatha
German: Noble, bright; Prince Albert was Queen Victoria''s consort noted for enthusiastic support of the application of science to...
German: Bright, noble; This feminine form of Albert is also related to the name Bertha.
English: A diminutive of Alexandra, a name that means "defender of mankind" and is associated with conquerors and emperors.
Alexandra has remianed a popular name for girls, and it's easy to see why. Chic yet strong sounding, it lends itself to several... Read More
Hungarian: Hungarian form of Alice honest
Hungarian: God bless the King
Hungarian: Stranger; Hungarian form of Barbara
Hungarian: Foreign woman, stranger, exotic; variant of Barbara
Domo arigato, Mr. Roboto. Okay, so that song has nothing to do with the name, but still, is that not the first thing that... Read More
Hungarian: Wealthy gift
A rarely used Em- name, Ema is a multicultural choice fit for a world traveler. It's found in Germany, Spain, Romania, but... Read More
The feminine form of the Nordic Erik, Erika is not as popular in the U.S. as it's name twin, Erica with a C. Read More