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Slavic Names

Looking for a unique spin on common names? Consider a Slavic variation. For example—Danica, meaning “morning star,” is a Slavic variation of Daniella. Browse our list of Slavic baby names to find a unique name for your baby boy or baby girl.

Danica

Slavic: Morning star

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Tierney

Slavic: Holy place

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Lala

Hawaiian Origin

Slavic: Tulip

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Stanislaus

Slavic: Camp of glory, military glory; a name borne by Slavic kings and Saint Stanislaus, the patron saint of Poland

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Jaromir

Slavic: Spring

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Lazlo

Slavic: Rules with glory. Short form of Vladislav, spelling variation of Laszlo.

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Suzan

Slavic: Variant of Hebrew Susannah. In the apocryphal Book of Tobit Susannah courageously defended herself against wrongful accusation...

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Dimas

Slavic: Variant of Demetrius. In Catholic writings Dimas is the compassionate thief who died with Jesus.

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Nicholai

Slavic: Victorious; conquerer of the people. Variant of Nicholas.

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Andrei

Russian: Russian form of Andrew manly

Slavic: Manly; brave. Variant of English Andrew.

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Andrik

Slavic: Manly; brave. Variant of English Andrew.

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Anton

French Origin

German Origin

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Arron

Slavic: Lofty or inspired.

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Casimir

Polish Origin

Slavic: Announcing peace

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Chessa

Slavic: At peace.

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Chessie

Slavic: At peace.

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Danek

Slavic Origin

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Danifa

Slavic: Morning star

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Danika

Slavic: Morning star

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Dannica

Slavic: Morning star

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Dimka

Slavic: Universal

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Fania

Latin: Free

Slavic: Free

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Fanny

English: Pet name meaning free; variant of Frances

Slavic: Free

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Fanya

Slavic: Free

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Hana

Arabic: Bliss

Persian: Shrub henna

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Hedy

German: Struggle, strife. Short form of Hedwig, Haduwig.

Greek: Pleasant. Short form of Hedia.

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Iva

Slavic Origin

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Ivah

Slavic Origin

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Ivan

Ivan has long since shaken off its Ivan the Terrible reputation to emerge as one of the few Russian crossover hits of its... Read More

Jan

Hebrew: Gift from God; Jan is a feminine form of John and a variant of Jane. In Roman mythology, Jana was the wife of Janus.

Slavic: Variant of John

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