Polish girl names

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Polish girl names starting with A

Adelajda – Graceful and noble

Adrianna – Polish feminine form of Latin Adrianus, meaning ‘from Hadria.’

Agata – The name Agata is a girl’s name of Spanish, Italian, Scandinavian origin.

Aggi – Strong, a familiar form of Brygida

Agnieska – Pure

Agnieszka – The name Agnieszka is a girl’s name of Polish origin.

Ala – Truthful

Albinka – Blonde

Aldona – Old

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Aldona – Wise

Aleksandra

Aleksandra – Old Greek – Defender of Men, Warrior, Protector of Men, A variant form of Alexandra

Aleska – Defender of mankind

Alicja – Germanic – Of the noble kind, Noble, Honorable, Hebrew – Ornament, A derivative of Alice

Alina – Bright, beautiful

Alisia – Polish variation of Alice, origin meaning noble’, ‘protected by God’.

Alizala – Polish variation of Alice, origin meaning noble’.

Alka – Defender of mankind

Ama – The name Ama is a girl’s name of African origin meaning ‘born on a Saturday’.

Amalja – Polish variation of Amalia, origin meaning work’.

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Amelcia – Polish variation of Amelia, origin meaning work’.

Amelia – The one who is industrious, hard working and fertile

Amelja – Polish variation of Amalia, origin meaning work’.

Anastazja – Polish variation of Anastasia, origin meaning resurrection’.

Anatazja – Polish variation of Anastasia, origin meaning resurrection’.

Andzelika – God’s messenger

Angelica – The name Angelica is a girl’s name of Italian, Polish, Russian origin meaning ‘angel or angelic’.

Angelika – German and Polish form of Latin Angelicus, meaning ‘angelic.’

Angelina – God’s messenger

Ania – Pet form of Polish Anka, meaning ‘favor, grace.’ Compare with another form of Ania.

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Aniela – Polish form of Latin Angela, meaning ‘angel, messenger.’

Anielka – God’s messenger

Aniya – Aniya means ‘God is gracious’ or ‘God has shown meaning’, from the Hebrew word ‘ana’ meaning ‘to answer’.

Anka – Czech variation of Agnes, origin meaning pure, virginal’, ‘grace’.

Annastacia – The name Annastacia is a girl’s name of Polish origin meaning ‘resurrection’.

Antonina – Polish form of Antonia Priceless

Antonina – Priceless, inestimable or praiseworthy

Antuaneta – Antuaneta is an unpopular girl’s name.

Apolonia – Polish form of Greek Apollonia, meaning ‘of Apollo.’

Asia – Short form of Polish Joasia, meaning ‘Yahweh is gracious.’ Compare with another form of Asia.

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Atka – Polish variation of Agatha, origin meaning good woman’.

Augusta – Exalted

Augustyna – Feminine form of Polish Augustyn, meaning ‘venerable.’

Aurek – Golden-haired

Aurelia – Golden

Polish girl names starting with B

Barbara – Stranger, foreigner

Basha – Foreign woman, stranger, exotic, variant of Barbara

Basha – Basha as a girl’s name is of Polish origin, and the meaning of Basha is ‘stranger’.

Basia – Exotic, stranger

Basia – Basia as a girl’s name is of Latin and Polish origin, and the meaning of Basia is ‘foreign woman’. Basia is a variant of the Latin name Barbara and the Polish name Basha.

Basja – Basja as a girl’s name is of Polish origin, and the meaning of Basja is ‘stranger’. Basja is a variant of the Polish name Basha.

Beata – Polish name derived from Latin beatus, meaning ‘blessed.’

Beatris – Voyager through Life

Beatrycze – Polish form of Latin Viatrix, meaning ‘voyager (through life).’

Benedykta – Feminine form of Polish Benedykt, meaning ‘blessed.’

Berna – Bear, Courageous, Brave Like a Bear, Strong Bear

Bernardette – Strong, Brave Bear

Bernhardina – Brave Like a Bear, Strong Bear

Berta – Polish variation of Bertha, origin meaning bright, glorious’, ‘bright fame’, ‘noble, bright’.

Berty – High-born, Brilliant, Shining Brightly

Bianka – White, Shining, Fair, House, God’s Promise, God is My Oath, A Similar to the French Blanche

Blaithin – Flower, Little, Blossom

Blanka – Czech and Polish form of French Blanche, meaning ‘white.’

Bogdana – Lord has rendered

Bogna – God’s gift

Bogumila – Feminine form of Polish Bogumil, meaning ‘God-favor.’

Boguslawa – Feminine form of Polish Boguslaw, meaning ‘God-glory.’

Bohdana – God’s gift

Boleslawa – Feminine form of Polish Boleslaw, meaning ‘large glory.’

Bozena – Feminine form of Polish Bozydar, meaning ‘divine gift.’

Bronia – Armour

Bronislawa – Feminine form of Polish Bronislaw, meaning ‘glorious protector.’

Bronya – The name Bronya is a girl’s name of Polish origin meaning ‘protection’.

Bryda – A holderof great power and strenght

Bryga – The one who is exalted

Brygid – Polish variation of Bridget, origin meaning strength or exalted one’.

Brygida – Polish variation of Bridget, origin meaning strength or exalted one’.

Brygita – Strong

Polish girl names starting with C

Casimira – She who proclaimed peace

Cecylia – Polish variation of Cecilia, origin meaning blind’.

Cela – The name Cela is a girl’s name of Latin, Polish origin meaning ‘rock’.

Celek – Polish variation of Selena, origin meaning moon goddess’.

Celestyn – Person from heaven

Celestyna – Feminine form of Polish Celestyn, meaning ‘heavenly.’

Celina – Polish variation of Selena, origin meaning moon goddess’, ‘heavenly’, ‘heavenly’.

Cereza – Cherry

Cesia – Polish variation of Selena, origin meaning moon goddess’.

Clemenza – Polish variation of Clementine, origin meaning mild, merciful’.

Czeslawa – Feminine form of Polish Czeslaw, meaning ‘honor and glory.’

Polish girl names starting with D

Daiya – A gift from God

Danica – Morning star

Daniella – The name Daniella is a girl’s name of Italian, Polish, Czech origin.

Danika – Morning star

Danuta – Polish form of Hebrew Danya, meaning ‘God is my judge.’

Daria – Owner of goodness

Delja – The name Delja is a girl’s name of Polish origin meaning ‘daughter of the sea’.

Dita – Variant spelling of Polish Dyta, meaning ‘rich battle.’ Compare with another form of Dita.

Dobroslawa – Feminine form of Polish Dobroslaw, meaning ‘good glory.’

Dominika – Feminine form of Czech and Polish Dominik, meaning ‘belongs to the lord.’

Dorata – Gift of God

Dorota – One who has bright mind

Dyta – Short form of Polish Edyta, meaning ‘rich battle.’

Polish girl names starting with E

Eda – The name Eda is a girl’s name of German, Polish origin meaning ‘wealthy, happy’.

Edda – The name Edda is a girl’s name of Italian, Polish origin meaning ‘poetry’.

Edka – Polish variation of Edith, origin meaning prosperous in war’.

Edyta – Polish variation of Edith, origin meaning prosperous in war’.

Edyth – A rare and wonderful gift

Edytha – A neat and wealthy present

Ela – Polish variation of Melanie, origin meaning black, dark’, ‘oak tree’, ‘all, completely, fairy maiden’.

Eleonara – The name Eleonara is a girl’s name of German, Italian, Polish origin meaning ‘bright, shining one’.

Eleonora – The name Eleonora is a girl’s name of German, Italian, Polish origin.

Eligia – Feminine form of Polish Eligiusz, meaning ‘to choose.’

Elizaveta – God is my oath

Elwira – Polish variation of Elvira, origin meaning white, fair’.

Elzbieta – Polish form of Greek Elisabet, meaning ‘God is my oath.’

Emeryth – it means an industrious leader with work power.

Emilia – The name Emilia is a girl’s name of Spanish, Italian, Hungarian origin meaning ‘rival’.

Emilja – Industrious

Erta – Polish variation of Roberta, origin meaning bright fame’.

Eryka – a feminized word which means someone who rules for eternity.

Estera – Star-like

Eugenia – Woman well-born

Eunika – Victory of goodness

Euzebia – Pious

Ewa – Polish form of Eva brings life

Ewa – Hawaiian and Polish form of Greek Eva, meaning ‘life.’

Ewelina – One who is desired

Polish girl names starting with F

Fela – Fortunate or happy

Fela – Polish variation of Felicity, origin meaning good fortune, happy’.

Felcia – Fortunate or happy

Felicja – Feminine form of Polish Felicjan, meaning ‘happy’ or ‘lucky.’

Felicyta – Polish form of Roman Latin Felicitas, meaning ‘fortune, good luck.’

Felka

Felka – Polish variation of Felicity, origin meaning good fortune, happy’.

Filipa

Filipa – The name Filipa is a girl’s name of Slavic, Polish origin, meaning lover of horses’.

Filipina – Polish variation of Philippa, origin meaning lover of horses’.

Florentyna – Blooming or flowering

Franciszka – Feminine form of Polish Franciszek, meaning ‘French.’

Frania – Free or from France

Franka – Free or from France

Fryderyka – Feminine form of Polish Fryderyk, meaning ‘peaceful ruler.’

Frydryka – Polish variation of Frederica, origin meaning peaceful ruler,’.

Polish girl names starting with G

Gabrjela – Feminine form of Polish Gabrjel, meaning ‘man of God’ or ‘warrior of God.’

Gabryjela – Feminine form of Polish Gabryjel, meaning ‘man of God’ or ‘warrior of God.’

Gabrysia – Pet form of Polish Gabrjela, meaning ‘man of God’ or ‘warrior of God.’

Genowefa – Polish variation of Jennifer, origin meaning white shadow, white wave’.

Gertruda – Polish form of German Gertrude, meaning ‘spear strength.’

Gita – Pearl

Gizela – Pledge

Gizela – Gizela means Plegde, Oath

Gloria – Woman of glory

Gosia – They have responsible and reserve nature.They love music,litrature,drama and fun.

Gracja – Polish form of Latin Gratia, meaning ‘pleasing, agreeable.’

Grazyna – Polish name of Lithuanian origin, meaning ‘beautiful.’

Polish girl names starting with H

Halina – Polish form of Russian Galina, meaning ‘calm, tranquil.’ Compare with another form of Halina.

Halinka – Calm, Peaceful

Hania – The name Hania is a girl’s name of Polish origin meaning ‘encampment’.

Hanna – God’s given gift to me (a child)

Heca – A woman of many affairs

Henka – Polish variation of Henrietta, origin meaning estate ruler’.

Henrieta – Polish form of Latin Henrietta, meaning ‘little home-ruler.’

Henryka – Feminine form of Polish Henryk, meaning ‘home-ruler.’

Hilaria – Cherrful or merry

Honorata – Polish form of Latin Honoria, meaning ‘honor, valor.’

Hortenspa – Gardener

Polish girl names starting with I

Ina – The name Ina is a girl’s name of Latin, Polish origin.

Inka – Polish variation of Philippa, origin meaning lover of horses’.

Irena – Czech and Polish form of Greek Eirene, meaning ‘peace.’

Irenka – Pet form of Czech/Polish Irena, meaning ‘peace.’

Ita – The name Ita is a girl’s name of Irish, Polish, Yiddish origin meaning ‘thirst’.

Itka – Polish variation of Ida, origin meaning industrious one’.

Iwona – Polish variation of Yvonne, origin meaning yew wood’.

Iwonka – Polish variation of Yvonne, origin meaning yew wood’.

Iza – Polish variation of Isabel, origin meaning pledged to God’.

Izabel – Polish variation of Isabel, origin meaning pledged to God’.

Izabella – Hungarian and Polish form of Latin Isabella, meaning ‘God is my oath.’

Izolda – Polish form of German Ishild, meaning ‘ice battle.’

Polish girl names starting with J

Jacenty – Polish variation of Jacinta, origin meaning hyacinth’.

Jadwiga – Jadwiga as a girl’s name is a variant of Jadwige (Polish), and the meaning of Jadwiga is ‘safety in battle’.

Jadwige – Jadwige as a girl’s name is of Polish origin meaning ‘safety in battle’.

Jadzia – Pet form of Polish Jadwiga, meaning ‘contending battle.’

Jagienka – Lamb of God, Diminutive of Agnieszka, A variant form of Agnes

Jagna – Sacred, chaste

Jagoda – Meaning ‘berry’, the name Jagoda is a name that is seen particularly in Poland. Alternatively, the name means ‘Strawberry’ in Croatia and Serbia

Jagusia – Sacred, chaste

Jakobe

Jakube – The name Jakube is a girl’s name of Polish origin.

Jana – God is gracious, Polish form of Joanna and variant of John. In Roman mythology, Jana was the wife of Janus.

Janah – Variant of John, Jana was the wife of Janus in Roman mythology.

Janalee – Feminine form of John and a variant of Jane, Jana was the wife of Janus in Roman mythology.

Janalyn – Feminine form of John and a variant of Jane

Janeska – Polish variation of Jean, origin meaning God is gracious’.

Janina – Polish variation of Jean, origin meaning God is gracious’, ‘God is gracious’.

Janka

Janka – Gott is gracious

Janna – Variant of John, Jana was the wife of Janus in Roman mythology.

Jannah – Variant of John, Jana was the wife of Janus in Roman mythology.

Jannalee – Variant of John, Jana was the wife of Janus in Roman mythology.

Jannalee – Wife of Janus

Jannie – Variant of John, Jana was the wife of Janus in Roman mythology.

Jannina – Yahweh is gracious

Janny – Variant of John. Jana was the wife of Janus in Roman mythology.

Jaroslawa – Feminine form of Polish Jaroslaw, meaning ‘spring glory.’

Jasia

Jasia – Polish variation of Jean, origin meaning God is gracious’.

Jena – The name Jena is a girl’s name of Polish, Sanskrit origin meaning ‘paradise’.

Joanka – Polish variation of Joanna, origin meaning God is gracious’.

Joanny – God is gracious

Joasia – Polish pet form of Latin Joanna, meaning ‘God is gracious.’

Jola – The name Jola is a girl’s name of Hebrew, Polish origin meaning ‘God is willing’.

Jolanka – Derivative of the word Jolan,meaning good girl,violet blossom

Jolanta – The name Jolanta is a girl’s name of Polish, Czech origin meaning ‘violet’.

Jolenta – Variant spelling of Polish Jolanta, meaning ‘violet flower.’

Jonnanina – Polish variation of Jean, origin meaning God is gracious’.

Jowita – Polish feminine form of Roman Latin Jove, meaning ‘god.’

Jozefa – Feminine form of Polish Jozef, meaning ‘(God) shall add (another son).’

Jozefina – God will add

Judyta – Polish form of Hebrew Yehuwdiyth, meaning ‘Jewess’ or ‘praised.’

Julia – Latin – Jupiter’s Child, Julia is Youthful, Downy

Julianna – Polish feminine form of Roman Latin Julianus, meaning ‘descended from Jupiter (Jove).’ Compare with another form of Julianna.

Juliste – they prove to be scholar and keep on trying to achieve their goal. They have a strong spirit and live their life to fullest.

Julita – Pet form of Polish Julianna, meaning ‘descended from Jupiter (Jove).’

Julitta – Variant spelling of Polish Julita, meaning ‘descended from Jupiter (Jove).’

Julja – Downy bearded or youthful

Juljana – Downy bearded or youthful

Justyna – Polish variation of Justine, origin meaning fair, righteous’.

Polish girl names starting with K

Kaja – Possibly a feminine form of Polish Kajetan, meaning ‘from Caieta (Gaeta, Italy).’ Compare with other forms of Kaja.

Kaleena – A flower name and place name

Kaleena – Kaleena means is The Name of the Flower

Kalena – Kalena is a flower name in Polish and Czeh

Kalene – Kalene means a Name of the Flower

Kalina – A flower

Kalina – The name Kalina is a girl’s name of Polish, Hawaiian, Bulgarian origin meaning ‘viburnum’.

Kamilka – Polish variation of Camila, origin meaning young ceremonial attendant’, ‘young ceremonial attendant’.

Kamilla

Karina – Contracted form of Polish/Slovak Karolina, meaning ‘man.’ Compare with other forms of Karina.

Karolin – Karolin means Free Man

Karolina – Feminine form of Polish/Slovak Karol, meaning ‘man.’ Compare with other forms of Karolina.

Karolinka – Polish variation of Caroline, origin meaning free man’.

Karrolin – Tiny and feminine

Kasandra – Shine upon mankind

Kasia – Pet form of Polish Katarzyna, meaning ‘pure.’

Kasienka – Pure

Kasienka – Pure

Kasin – Pure

Kaska – Pure

Kaska – Pure

Kassia – Kassia as a girl’s name is of Polish origin and is a short form of the Greek name Katherine meaning ‘pure’.

Katanyna

Katarina

Katarzyna – Polish form of Greek Aikaterine, meaning ‘pure.’

Katrin – Pure

Katrine

Katrine – The name means True, Natural

Kazandra – Kazandra means To Shine and Excel

Kazia – Short form of Polish Kazimiera, meaning ‘commands peace.’

Kazimiera – Feminine form of Polish Kazimierz, meaning ‘commands peace.’

Kinga – The name Kinga is a girl’s name of Hungarian, Slavic, Polish origin meaning ‘brave’.

Klara – Polish form of Latin Clara, meaning ‘clear, bright.’ Compare with other forms of Klara.

Klarybel – Famous beauty

Klarysa – Bright or clear

Klaudia – Klaudia as a girl’s name is of Polish origin and is a variant of the Latin name Claudia meaning ‘lame’.

Klaudja – Lame

Klementyna – Feminine form of Polish Klemens, meaning ‘gentle and merciful.’

Konstancja – Feminine form of Polish Konstanty, meaning ‘steadfast.’

Konstancji

Konstanty

Kornelia – Polish form of Latin Cornelia, meaning ‘of a horn.’

Kornelja – Ivory colored

Kristi – Polish variation of Kristen, origin meaning a Christian’, ‘a Christian’.

Kristina – The name Kristina is a girl’s name of Scandinavian, Polish origin meaning ‘annointed, a Christian’.

Krysia – Pet form of Polish Krystyna, meaning ‘believer’ or ‘follower of Christ.’

Krysta – Christian, variant of Christina

Krysta – Polish variation of Kristen, origin meaning a Christian’.

Krystiana – Feminine form of Polish Krystian, meaning ‘believer’ or ‘follower of Christ.’

Krystka – Follower of Christ or anointed

Krystyn – Polish variation of Kristen, origin meaning a Christian’.

Krystyna – Feminine form of Polish Krystyn, meaning ‘believer’ or ‘follower of Christ.’

Krystynka – Follower of Christ or anointed

Ksenia – Polish form of Greek Xenia, meaning ‘stranger, foreigner,’ but sometimes rendered ‘hospitable (esp. to foreigners).’

Kunegunda – Polish form of German Kunigunde, meaning ‘brave war.’

Polish girl names starting with L

Laura – Bay laurel tree

Laurka – Polish variation of Laura, origin meaning bay laurel’.

Lechoslawa – Feminine form of Polish Lechoslaw, meaning ‘Lech’s glory.’

Lechsinska – A woodland spirit of legend

Lechsinska – Woodland spirit

Lena – A short of Helen, meaning a torch, or Hindu for a Tender and devoted woman

Leokadia – Polish form of Spanish Leocadia, meaning ‘bright, clear, light.’

Leslawa – Contracted form of Polish Lechoslawa, meaning ‘Lech’s glory.’

Letycja – Joyful, happy or glad

Lidia – A person who is from Lydia, that is a Greek word for a region in Asia

Lidka – Coming from Lydia

Lila – She who belongs to the people

Lilijana – Lily

Liljana – Polish variation of Lilian.

Lilka – Polish for name Lily

Lizann – An ornament that shines bright

Longina – Feminine form of Polish Longin, meaning ‘long.’

Lopa – Polish variation of Penelope, origin meaning weaver’.

Lucja – Feminine form of Polish Lucjusz, meaning ‘light.’

Lucya – Polish variation of Lucy, origin meaning light’.

Lucyna – Feminine form of Polish Lucjan, meaning ‘light.’

Ludmila – Feminine form of Polish Ludmil, meaning ‘people’s favor.’

Ludmita – Variant form of Polish Ludmila, meaning ‘people’s favor.’

Ludwika – Feminine form of Polish Ludwik, meaning ‘famous warrior.’

Luisa – A famous battle maid

Luiza – Polish form of Roman Latin Louisa, meaning ‘famous warrior.’

Luvyna – A person with a bright mind

Polish girl names starting with M

Mada – Bitter. Variant of Mary.

Madzia – Polish variation of Magdalen, origin meaning woman from Magdala or high tower’.

Magdalina – From the high tower

Maja – She who is splendid

Malgorzata – Polish variant of the name Margaret, meaning pearl

Malina – Polish name meaning ‘raspberry.’ Compare with other forms of Malina.

Malwina – Polish form of Scottish Malvina, meaning ‘smooth-brow.’

Manina – A woman who is like a war

Manka – A bitter, sorrowful sea

Marcelina – Feminine form of Polish Marceli, meaning ‘defense’ or ‘of the sea.’ Compare with another form of Marcelina.

Marcia – The name Marcia is a girl’s name of Latin, Polish origin meaning ‘warlike’.

Margisia – Pearl

Margita – A name for pearl

Maria – Variation of Mary or Miriam which means Bitter or Wished-for child

Marika – A restless, rebellious woman

Marike – A girl with a restless heart

Marja – Sea of bitterness

Marjan – Bitter, a variant of Mary

Marjan – Marjan as a girl’s name is of Polish origin meaning ‘small pearls’.

Marjanna – Sea of bitterness

Marjanne – Marjanne is a girl’s name and a variant of the Polish name Marjan.

Marjon – Marjon is a girl’s name and a variant of the Polish name Marjan.

Markie – Nickname for Margaret, a pearl

Martyna – Feminine form of Polish Martyn, meaning ‘of/like Mars.’

Marya – Sea of bitterness

Maryla – Polish pet form of Greek Maria, meaning ‘obstinacy, rebelliousness’ or ‘their rebellion.’

Marzena – Polish variation of Marcella, origin meaning warlike’.

Masia – Polish variation of Martha, origin meaning lady’.

Matylda – Czech and Polish form of Latin Mathilda, meaning ‘mighty in battle.’

Maycie – An alternate spelling of ‘Macy,’ this name is a form of ‘Miriam,’ which means a sea of bitterness or one who lives with sadness.

Mela – The name Mela is a girl’s name of Polish, Hindi origin meaning ‘religious service’.

Melania – Dark or black

Melcia – Polish variation of Amelia, origin meaning work’.

Melka – Polish variation of Melanie, origin meaning black, dark’.

Michala – Polish variation of Michaela, origin meaning who is like God’, ‘brook’.

Michalina – Polish variation of Michaela, origin meaning who is like God’.

Michelina – Who is like God

Mieczyslawa – Feminine form of Polish Mieczyslaw, meaning ‘man of glory’ or ‘sword of glory.’

Mila – Young ceremonial attendant

Milla – The name Milla is a girl’s name of Polish origin meaning ‘young ceremonial attendant’.

Mina – The name Mina is a girl’s name of German, Scottish, Polish origin.

Minka – A strong person, strong-willed

Miroslawa – Feminine form of Polish Miroslaw, meaning ‘peace-glory.’

Morela – Morela as a girl’s name is of Polish origin meaning ‘apricot’.

Morelia – Apricot

Polish girl names starting with N

Nadezhda – The name Nadezhda is a girl’s name of Polish origin meaning ‘hope’.

Nadzia – Polish variation of Nadia, origin meaning hope’.

Nadzieja – Polish form of Russian Nadezhda, meaning ‘hope.’

Nastka – Polish variation of Anastasia, origin meaning resurrection’.

Nastusia – Polish variation of Anastasia, origin meaning resurrection’.

Nata

Natalina – Born at Christmas

Natalka – Birthday of Christ

Natasza – Polish form of Russian Natasha, meaning ‘birthday,’ or in Church Latin ‘Christmas day.’

Nataszja – A birthday present from God

Natia – Hope

Natka – Hope

Naya – An equal distant from the extremes.

Polish girl names starting with O

Ola – The name Ola is a boy’s name of Scandinavian, Polish origin meaning ‘ancestor’s relic’.

Olenka – Holy

Olesia – the person who is showing regard for others in manners, speech, behavior.etc.

Oliwia – Polish form of English Olivia, probably meaning ‘elf army.’

Oliwja – Olive tree

Otylia – Rich, prosperous, variant of Odelia

Otylia – Polish variation of Ottilie, origin meaning prosperous in battle’.

Ozella – A patient and loving personality

Polish girl names starting with P

Patrycja – Feminine form of Polish Patryk, meaning ‘patrician, of noble birth.’

Patryka – Polish variation of Patricia, origin meaning noble, patrician’.

Paula – Latin – Little, Humble, From The Name Pauline, A variant of Paul

Paulina

Pawla – Polish variation of Paula, origin meaning small’.

Pawlina – Polish variation of Paula, origin meaning small’.

Pela – Polish variation of Penelope, origin meaning weaver’.

Pelcia – Polish variation of Penelope, origin meaning weaver’.

Penelopa – Weaver

Petra – Stone

Petronela – Polish variation of Petra, origin meaning rock, stone’.

Philipa – Polish variation of Philippa, origin meaning lover of horses’.

Philippine – The name Philippine is a girl’s name of French, Polish origin meaning ‘lover of horses’.

Poila – One who has strenght

Pola – The name Pola is a girl’s name of Arabic, Polish origin meaning ‘poppy’.

Polish girl names starting with R

Rachela – Polish variation of Rachel, origin meaning ewe’.

Radomila – Feminine form of Polish Radomil, meaning ‘happy favor.’

Radoslawa – Feminine form of Polish Radoslaw, meaning ‘happy glory.’

Rafaly – Polish variation of Raphaela, origin meaning God has healed’.

Rahel – Innocence of a lamb

Rasia – Queen, Royalty, From the Royal Family, Regal, Latin – Rose.

Rasine – Polish variation of Rose, origin meaning rose, a flower’.

Rebekah – Hebrew – Cattle Stall, To Tie, Variation of the name Rebecca

Regina – Queen

Reginy – The name Reginy is a girl’s name of Polish origin, meaning queen’.

Renata – Latin – Born Again, Rebirth, Born Anew, A variant of Renee

Renia – Polish variation of Theresa, origin meaning to harvest’.

Richenza – A wealthy, rich female

Roda – A rose

Roksana – (Russian: Роксана): Polish and Russian form of Latin Roxana, meaning ‘dawn.’

Roscislawa – Feminine form of Polish Roscislaw, meaning ‘usurp-glory.’

Roza – Polish form of Russian Roza, meaning ‘rose.’

Rozalia

Rozalia – Germanic – Horse Shield of Lime wood, Pretty Rose, Latin – Rose, A variant form of Rosalia

Rozycka – Polish variation of Rose, origin meaning rose, a flower’.

Rozyczka – A rose

Ruta – Polish form of Greek Rhouth, meaning ‘a female friend.’ Compare with another form of Ruta.

Ryszarda – Rich and powerful ruler

Ryszardy – Polish variation of Richarda.

Polish girl names starting with S

Sabcia – Polish variation of Sabina, origin meaning Sabine’.

Sabina – From the Sabine tribe

Sabinka – Polish variation of Sabina, origin meaning Sabine’.

Sabiny – Ancient tribe of central Italy

Sabka – Polish variation of Sabina, origin meaning Sabine’.

Salcia – Polish variation of Sarah, origin meaning princess’, ‘princess’.

Saloma – Polish variation of Salome, origin meaning peace’, ‘peace, safety, security’.

Salomea – Polish variation of Salome, origin meaning peace’.

Sara – Anglicized form of Greek Sarra, meaning ‘noble lady, princess.’ In the bible, this is the name that God gave to Sarai, wife of Abraham. This form of the name is in wide use throughout Europe: Dutch, German, Greek, Italian, Polish, Portuguese, Spanish, Scandinavian, and Slovene.

Serafina – Feminine form of Polish Serafin, meaning ‘burning one’ or ‘serpent.’ Compare with other forms of Serafina.

Seweryna – Feminine form of Polish Seweryn, meaning ‘stern.’

Shulem – A surname, that means peace

Sibilia – Prophetess

Sibota – A surname that means Saturday

Silwa – She who is of the forest

Silwia – Polish variation of Silvia, origin meaning from the woods’, ‘from the forest’.

Slawomira – Feminine form of Polish Slawomir, meaning ‘glorious peace.’

Sobieslawa – Feminine form of Polish Sobieslaw, meaning ‘usurper of glory.’

Sophie – She is wise and clever

Stanislawa – Feminine form of Polish Stanislaw, meaning ‘glorious government.’

Stefa – Polish variation of Stephanie, origin meaning garland, crown’.

Stefania – Feminine form of Polish Stefan, meaning ‘crown.’ Compare with other forms of Stefania.

Stefcia – Polish variation of Stephanie, origin meaning garland, crown’.

Sylwia – Polish form of Roman Latin Silvia, meaning ‘from the forest.’

Polish girl names starting with T

Tamary – Palm Tree

Tatiana – Unclear

Teda – Polish variation of Teodora, origin meaning gift of God’.

Tekla – Polish and Scandinavian form of Greek Thekla, meaning ‘glory of God.’

Tekli – An eternal fame

Teodora – The name Teodora is a girl’s name of Spanish, Italian, Polish origin meaning ‘gift of God’.

Teodory – Polish variation of Teodora, origin meaning gift of God’, ‘gift of God’.

Teodozia – God’s gift

Teodozja – Polish form Greek Theodosia, meaning ‘god-giving.’

Teodozji – Polish variation of Theodora, origin meaning gift of God’.

Terenia – Polish variation of Theresa, origin meaning to harvest’.

Tereska – Polish variation of Theresa, origin meaning to harvest’.

Tesa – Polish variation of Theresa, origin meaning to harvest’, ‘third’.

Tesia – Farmer

Tesia – Polish variation of Theresa, origin meaning to harvest’.

Theadora – Polish variation of Teodora, origin meaning gift of God’, ‘gift of God’.

Tola – priceless

Tolla – In Biblical it means worm or grub. In Polish it means prospering

Tomeka – A baby girl born as a twin

Tomsia – Polish variation of Thomasina.

Tonia – The name Tonia is a girl’s name of Polish origin, meaning priceless one’.

Truda – A girl who fights for her nation.

Trudka – Beloved warrior

Tyne

Polish girl names starting with U

Ula – Strong as a little bear

Urszula – Polish form of Latin Ursula, meaning ‘little she-bear.’

Urszuli – Little female bear

Polish girl names starting with V

Valentin – Strength or Health

Valery – Strength or Health

Valeska – The name Valeska is a girl’s name of Slavic, Polish origin, meaning strength, health’.

Polish girl names starting with W

Waclawa – Feminine form of Polish Waclaw, meaning ‘more glory.’

Wala – Polish variation of Valerie, origin meaning strength, health’.

Walentya – Heathy or strong

Walentyna – Polish variation of Valentina, origin meaning strength, health’.

Waleria – Polish form of Roman Latin Valeria, meaning ‘to be healthy, to be strong.’

Wera – Polish form of Russian Vera, meaning ‘faith, truth.’

Weronika – Polish form of Latin Veronica, meaning ‘bringer of victory.’

Weronikia – Polish variation of Veronica, origin meaning she who brings victory, true image’.

Wiera – Polish variation of Vera, origin meaning faith’.

Wiercia – Polish variation of Vera, origin meaning faith’.

Wierka – Polish variation of Vera, origin meaning faith’.

Wieslawa – Feminine form of Polish Wieslaw, meaning ‘great glory.’

Wiga – Short form of Polish Jadwiga, meaning ‘contending battle.’

Wiktoria – Feminine form of Polish Wiktor, meaning ‘conqueror.’

Wiktorja – Conqueror

Wiola – Pet form of Polish Wioletta, meaning ‘violet color’ or ‘violet flower.’

Wioleta – Violet flower

Wioletta – Polish form of Latin Viola, meaning ‘violet color’ or ‘violet flower.’

Wisia – Pet form of Polish Jadwiga, meaning ‘contending battle.’

Wislawa – Feminine form of Polish Wislaw, meaning ‘great glory.’

Wladyslawa – Feminine form of Polish Wladyslaw, meaning ‘rules with glory.’

Wojciecha – Feminine form of Polish Wojciech, meaning ‘consolation-soldier.’

Polish girl names starting with Y

Yetta – Polish-Jewish pet form of Polish Henrieta, meaning ‘little home-ruler.’

Polish girl names starting with Z

Zaklina – One who supplants

Zana – The name Zana is a girl’s name of Polish origin, meaning God is gracious’.

Zanna – The name Zanna is a girl’s name of Polish origin, meaning God is gracious’.

Zayna – God protect the king, biblical king of Babylon who learned of his impending defeat by literally reading the writing on the wall

Zdzislawa – Feminine form of Polish Zdzislaw, meaning ‘here is glory.’

Zefiryn – Polish variation of Zephyr, origin meaning west wind’.

Zlota – Polish name meaning ‘golden.’ In mythology, Zlota Baba (‘golden woman’) is the name of a goddess of oracles who grants visions in gold.’

Zocha – Polish variation of Sophia, origin meaning wisdom’.

Zofia – The name Zofia is a girl’s name of Polish, Czech, Ukrainian origin meaning ‘wisdom’.

Zoja – Czech and Polish form of Greek Zoe, meaning ‘life.’

Zosha – Polish variation of Sophia, origin meaning wisdom’.

Zosia – The name Zosia is a girl’s name of Polish origin meaning ‘wisdom’.

Zuljeta – Downy bearded or youthful

Zuzanna – Latvian and Polish form of Greek Sous?nna, meaning ‘lily.’

Zylina – Polish form of Suzanne

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