Slavic girl names

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Slavic girl names starting with A

Adelina – The name Adelina is a girl’s name of Spanish, Italian, Slavic origin meaning ‘noble, nobility’.

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

Ajda – Means ‘buckwheat’ in Slovene

Ajla – halo, circle of light, moonlight

Ala – Defending men, Excellence, Fragrance, esteem

Alatinka – Alatinka as a girl’s name is of Czechoslovakian or Slavic origin meaning ‘golden’.

Albena – Created by Bulgarian writer Yordan Yovkov for the heroine in his drama ‘Albena’ (1930). He may have based it on ablen, the name of a type of peony (a flowering plant)

Aleena – Variation of Alina which means Bright and Beautiful

Alexandra – Shelter provider Of Mankind

Aliana – Slavic – Bright, Beautiful, Hebrew – Brightness, Ornament, A variant of the name Alina

Alina – Mostly used in English language, meaning ‘bright and beautiful’. Also means ‘noble’and ‘honorable’.

Andrea – Feminine of Andrew, a defender of mankind who is manly and strong

Anezka – Pure

Angela – The name Angela is a girl’s name of German, Italian, Greek origin meaning ‘angel’.

Angelina – The holy angels of God sent from heaven

Ania – Ania as a girl’s name is of Polish and Slavic origin, and the meaning of Ania is ‘grace’.

Aniya – Aniya as a girl’s name is of Polish and Slavic origin, and the meaning of Aniya is ‘grace’. Aniya is a variant of the Polish and Slavic name Ania.

Antonina – The name Antonina is a girl’s name of Spanish origin meaning ‘priceless one’.

Arkadina – The name Arkadina is a girl’s name of Greek, Slavic, Russian origin meaning ‘from Arcadia’.

Slavic girl names starting with B

Baila – Variant of BEYLE

Bela – Derived from the old Slavic word белъ (belu) meaning ‘white’

Belias – A white woman

Bell – Form of BELLE -beauty

Beta – Gedicated to God

Beyla – By God!

Beyle – From a Slavic word meaning ‘white’

Beylke – Diminutive of BEYLE. This is the name of a daughter of Tevye in late 19th-century Yiddish stories by Sholem Aleichem, on which the musical ‘Fiddler on the Roof’ was based

Biljana – Biljana as a girl’s name is of Slavic origin. The name is used in Serbian and Croatian, and its meaning has been lost.

Bilyana – Bulgarian form of BILJANA

Bisera – Derived from the South Slavic word бисер (biser) ‘pearl’ (ultimately of Arabic origin)

Biserka – Croatian and Serbian form of BISERA

Bistra – Means ‘clean, pure’ in Bulgarian and Macedonian

Blaga – Feminine form of BLAGOY

Blagica – Derived from South Slavic благ (blag) meaning ‘sweet, pleasant, good’

Blagorodna – Means ‘noble’ in Macedonian and Bulgarian

Blaguna – Feminine form of BLAGUN

Blazena – Derived from Czech and Slovak blazeny meaning ‘blissful, happy’

Blazenka – Croatian feminine form of BLAZ

Bogdana – Bogdana as a girl’s name is of Polish and Slavic origin, and the meaning of Bogdana is ‘God’s gift’.

Bogdanka – Bogdanka as a girl’s name is a variant of Bogdana (Polish, Slavic), and the meaning of Bogdanka is ‘God’s gift’.

Bogna – Bogna as a girl’s name is of Polish and Slavic origin, and the meaning of Bogna is ‘God’s gift’. Bogna is a variant of the Slavic and Polish name Bogdana.

Bogumila – Feminine form of BOGUMIL

Boguslawa – Feminine form of BOGUSLAW

Bohdana – Bohdana as a girl’s name is a variant of Bogdana (Polish, Slavic), and the meaning of Bohdana is ‘God’s gift’.

Bohumila – Czech feminine form of BOGUMIL

Bohuslava – A woman who always glorifies the almighty.

Bojana – Feminine form of BOJAN

Boleslava – Czech and Russian feminine form of BOLESLAW

Boleslawa – Feminine form of BOLESLAW

Borislava – Feminine form of BORISLAV

Borna – Derived from the Slavic element borti meaning ‘fight, battle’

Boyana – Bulgarian form of Bojana, meaning battle.

Boyka – Feminine form of BOYKO

Bozena – Derived from the Slavic element bozy meaning ‘divine’

Bozhena – Medieval Slavic form of BOZENA

Bozhidara – Bulgarian feminine form of Bozidar, meaning divine gift.

Bozica – Diminutive of BOZENA. It also means ‘goddess’ in Croatian

Bozidarka – Feminine form of BOZIDAR

Branimira – Feminine form of BRANIMIR

Branislava – Branislava as a girl’s name is of Slavic origin, and the meaning of Branislava is ‘glorious defender’.

Branka – Branka is a girl’s name meaning ‘glorious defender’ that comes from the Slavic name Branislava.

Brankica – Feminine diminutive of BRANKO

Bratislava – Feminine form of BRATISLAV. This is the name of the capital city of Slovakia, though it is unrelated

Breda – Meaning unknown. It was used by the Slovene author Ivan Pregelj for the title character in his novel ‘Mlada Breda’ (1913)

Brina – Brina as a girl’s name is pronounced BREE-nah. It is of Slavic origin, and the meaning of Brina is ‘defender’.

Brinn – Brinn is a girl’s name meaning ‘high, noble, exalted’ or ‘defender’. It is related to the name Brynn, the Slavic name Brina and the Itish, Gaelic, and Celtic name Brianna.

Brita – Form of BRITTANIA – from Britain, British

Bronislava – Czech, Slovak and Russian feminine form of BRONISLAW

Bronislawa – Bronislawa is a girl’s name meaning ‘glorious defender’ that comes from the Slavic name Branislava.

Bryna – Bryna as a girl’s name is of Irish and Slavic origin, and the meaning of Bryna is ‘strong one’. Bryna is a variant of the Irish, Gaelic, and Celtic names Breena and Brianna and the Slavic name Brina.

Bunda – One with a furcoat

Slavic girl names starting with C

Catta – The one woman that is pure

Charna – From a Slavic word meaning ‘black’

Chesna – Chesna as a girl’s name is of Slavic origin meaning ‘at peace’.

Chesney – This gentle name means a peacemaker or a peaceful person.

Chessa – At peace.

Chessa – Chessa as a girl’s name is pronounced CHESS-ah. It is of Slavic origin, and the meaning of Chessa is ‘at peace’.

Chessie – Chessie as a girl’s name is of Old English origin meaning ‘chalk landing place’.

Chessy – Chessy is a girl’s name of Slavic origin meaning ‘at peace’.

Christo

Cveta – Serbian form of CVETKA

Cvetka – Derived from Slovene cvet meaning ‘blossom, flower’

Cvijeta – Croatian and Serbian form of CVETKA

Cvita – Croatian form of CVETKA

Czeslawa – Feminine form of CZESLAW

Slavic girl names starting with D

Dafina – Means ‘laurel’ in Albanian, Bulgarian and Macedonian, of Greek origin

Daliborka – Feminine form of DALIBOR

Dana – Short form of BOGDANA, YORDANA or GORDANA

Danaca – Danaca as a girl’s name is a variant of Dana (Old English) and Danica (Slavic, Latin), and the meaning of Danaca is ‘from Denmark, morning star, from Denmark’.

Danica – Morning star

Danica – From a Slavic word meaning ‘morning star, Venus’. This name occurs in Slavic folklore as a personification of the morning star. It has sometimes been used in the English-speaking world since the 1970s

Danifa – Morning star

Danika – Morning star

Danika – Danika as a girl’s name is a variant of Danica (Slavic, Latin), and the meaning of Danika is ‘morning star, from Denmark’.

Dannica – Morning star

Dannica – Dannica as a girl’s name is a variant of Danica (Slavic, Latin), and the meaning of Dannica is ‘morning star, from Denmark’.

Dannika – Dannika as a girl’s name is a variant of Danica (Slavic, Latin), and the meaning of Dannika is ‘morning star, from Denmark’.

Darina – Derived from the Slavic word dar meaning ‘gift’. It can also be used as a diminutive of DARIA

Darinka – Either a diminutive of DARIJA, or a derivative of the Slavic word dar meaning ‘gift’

Darva – The name Darva is a girl’s name of Slavic origin meaning ‘honeybee’.

Daryna – The gift of God

Davorka – Feminine form of DAVOR

Deanica – A beautiful morning Star

Dejana – Feminine form of DEJAN

Denica – Bulgarian form and Macedonian variant of DANICA

Desislava – Feminine form of DESISLAV

Dessislava – Alternate transcription of Bulgarian Десислава (see DESISLAVA)

Dita – Rich gift

Divna – From Serbian диван (divan) or Macedonian дивен (diven) meaning ‘wonderful’

Dobromila – Polish feminine form of DOBROMIL

Dobroslava – Feminine form of DOBROSLAV

Dobroslawa – Polish feminine form of DOBROSLAV

Donika – Donika as a girl’s name is a variant of Danica (Slavic, Latin), and the meaning of Donika is ‘morning star, from Denmark’.

Donnica – Donnica as a girl’s name is a variant of Dana (Old English), Danica (Slavic, Latin) and Donna (Italian), and the meaning of Donnica is ‘from Denmark, morning star, from Denmark, lady’.

Doubravka – Czech feminine form of DUBRAVKO

Draga – Feminine form of DRAGO

Dragana – Feminine form of DRAGAN

Dragica – Derived from the Slavic element dragu meaning ‘precious’

Dragoslava – Feminine form of DRAGOSLAV

Draha – Diminutive of DRAHOMIRA

Drahomira – Czech and Slovak feminine form of DRAGOMIR

Drahoslava – Czech and Slovak feminine form of DRAGOSLAV

Drahuse – Diminutive of DRAHOMIRA

Drazenka – Feminine form of DRAZEN

Dubravka – Feminine form of DUBRAVKO

Dunja – Means ‘quince’ in the South Slavic languages, a quince being a type of fruit. It can also be a Serbian, Croatian and Slovene form of DUNYA

Dusana – The name Dusana is a girl’s name of Slavic origin meaning ‘spirit or soul’.

Dusanka – Feminine form of DUSAN

Duscha – Woman with soul

Dusica – Feminine diminutive of DUSAN

Dzvezda – Means ‘star’ in Macedonian

Slavic girl names starting with E

Ekat – The name Ekat is a girl’s name of Slavic origin meaning ‘pure, unsullied’.

Ekaterina – The name Ekaterina is a girl’s name of Slavic origin meaning ‘pure’.

Elena – Greek name Helen, bright one

Elga – Elga as a girl’s name is of Slavic origin meaning ‘holy or sacred’.

Elgiva – Elgiva as a girl’s name is related to the Slavic name Elga. The meaning of Elgiva is ‘holy’.

Eliska – truthful

Ellga – Ellga as a girl’s name is related to the Slavic name Elga. The meaning of Ellga is ‘holy’.

Elya – The name Elya is a girl’s name of Slavic origin.

Emika – in Slavik this name means charming.

Endellion – fire or soul.

Ester – The name Ester is a girl’s name of Slavic origin meaning ‘star’.

Estera – a Polish word for star.

Estzer – Slavic variation of Esther, origin meaning star’.

Eszter – Slavic variation of Esther, origin meaning star’.

Eszti – Slavic variation of Esther, origin meaning star’.

Eva – life or living one.

Evka – The mother of life

Evzen – Of noble birth

Slavic girl names starting with F

Fania – Free

Fanny – Free

Fanya – Free

Fanya – The name Fanya is a girl’s name of Slavic, Russian origin meaning ‘from France, free man’.

Feo – She is the gift of Gods

Feodora – The name Feodora is a girl’s name of Slavic, Russian origin meaning ‘gift of God’.

Feodosia – A gift of the god

Fiala – A violet woman

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

Slavic girl names starting with G

Galina – The name Galina is a girl’s name of Slavic, Russian origin meaning ‘calm, healer’.

Giza – Slavic variation of Giselle, origin meaning pledge/hostage’.

Gizela – Slavic variation of Giselle, origin meaning pledge/hostage’.

Goranka – Feminine form of GORAN

Gordana – Feminine form of GORDAN

Gorica – Feminine form of GORAN

Grozda – Feminine form of GROZDAN

Grozdana – Feminine form of GROZDAN

Gryta – Slavic variation of Greta, origin meaning pearl’.

Guusje – Feminine form of GUUS

Slavic girl names starting with H

Hana – Variant of Johanna

Hana – The name Hana is a girl’s name of Hebrew, Slavic, Czech origin meaning ‘flower, blossom’.

Hedy – Struggle, strife. Short form of Hedwig, Haduwig.

Slavic girl names starting with I

Idony – The name Idony is a girl’s name of Slavic, Norse origin meaning ‘renewal’.

Ilka – Ilka as a girl’s name is of Slavic origin meaning ‘flattering or hardworking’.

Ilke – Ilke as a girl’s name is related to the Slavic name Ilka. The meaning of Ilke is ‘flattering’.

Ilma – Meaning unknown

Inger – Slavic variation of Inga, origin meaning guarded by Ing’, ‘fair, beautiful’.

Inna – Meaning unknown. This was the name of an early Scythian saint and martyr, a male, supposedly a disciple of Saint Andrew

Iskra – Iskra is derived from a South Slavic word meaning ”spark”.’

Iva

Iva – Iva as a girl’s name is of multiple origins, and the meaning of Iva is ‘God is gracious’. Iva is a variant of the Czechoslovakian, Slavic, and Hebrew name Ivana, the Old English name Ivy, and the Hebrew name Jane.

Ivah

Ivan – Gift of God

Ivana – Ivana as a girl’s name is of Czechoslovakian, Slavic and Hebrew origin meaning ‘God is gracious’. It is a feminine form of Ivan, from John.

Ivancica – Means ‘daisy’ in Croatian

Ivania – Ivania as a girl’s name is of Czechoslovakian/Slavic/Hebrew origin meaning ‘God is gracious’.

Ivanka – Ivanka as a girl’s name is of Czechoslovakian, Slavic and Hebrew origin, and the meaning of Ivanka is ‘God is gracious’.

Ivanna – Ivanna as a girl’s name is of Czechoslovakian, Slavic and Hebrew origin, and the meaning of Ivanna is ‘God is gracious’.

Ivanya – Ivanya as a girl’s name is of Czechoslovakian, Slavic and Hebrew origin, and the meaning of Ivanya is ‘God is gracious’.

Ivka – Diminutive of IVA (1), IVA (2) or IVA (3)

Slavic girl names starting with J

Ja – Name that means ‘Me’

Jaga – Croatian, Serbian and Macedonian diminutive of AGATHA or JAGODA

Jagoda – Means ‘strawberry’ in South Slavic, and ‘berry’ in Polish. Also in Poland, this can be a diminutive of JADWIGA

Jalena – The bright one

Jan – Variant of John

Jana – god’s gracious gift

Janika – Slavic name meaning God is gracious

Januszy – Slavic variation of Janis.

Januveva – Slavic variation of Genevieve, origin meaning tribe woman’.

Jarka – Diminutive of JAROSLAVA or JAROMIRA

Jarmila – Feminine form of JARMIL

Jaromira – Famous Spring, Feminine version of Jaromir

Jaroslava – Czech and Slovak feminine form of JAROSLAW

Jaroslawa – Feminine form of JAROSLAW

Jaruska – Diminutive of JARMILA or JAROSLAVA

Jasey – God is gracious

Jasika – Slavic name for girls

Jasmina – Form of JASMINE in several languages

Jasminka – Croatian diminutive of JASMINA

Jasna – Derived from South Slavic jasno meaning ‘clear, sharp’

Jasoslava – Glory of light

Jehona – Refers to an imitation or repetition.

Jenicka – God has shown his kindness towards me.

Jereni – Free from disturbance

Jordan – From the name of the river that flows between the countries of Jordan and Israel. The river’s name in Hebrew is (Yarden), and it is derived from (yarad) meaning ‘descend’ or ‘flow down’. In the New Testament John the Baptist baptizes Jesus Christ in its waters, and it was adopted as a personal name in Europe after crusaders brought water back from the river to baptize their children. There may have been some influence from the Germanic name JORDANES, notably borne by a 6th-century Gothic historian…

Jordana – Feminine form of JORDAN

Juliana – it means downy bearded person or young. They are blessed with a lot of blessings and are organized type of persons. They are unique, inspire and abundant.

Julianna – it means young and youthful or Joves child. These people are abundant, organized, full of ideas and useful for others.

Slavic girl names starting with K

Kajla – The name Kajla means Chain Golden Chain

Kaleen – Kaleen as a girl’s name has Czechoslovakian origins. The meaning of Kaleen is ‘flower’. Is related to the name Kalina.

Kaleena – Kaleena as a girl’s name has Czechoslovakian origins. The meaning of Kaleena is ‘flower’. Is related to the name Kalina.

Kalena – Kalena as a girl’s name has Polish and Slavic origins. The meaning of Kalena is ‘flower’. Is related to the name Kalina.

Kalene – Kalene as a girl’s name has Polish and Slavic origins. The meaning of Kalene is ‘flower’. Is related to the name Kalina.

Kalina – Kalina as a girl’s name is of Slavic origin meaning ‘flower’. It is also an Australian aboriginal name that originated with the Wemba Wemba tribe of Northwestern Victoria with the meaning ‘to love’. Kalina is also the Hawaiian form for Colleen.

Kalyna – From the Ukrainian word for a type of shrub, also called the guelder rose (species Viburnum opulus)

Kamilia – Kamilia means Attending the Ceremony or Sweet Flower

Karaline – Karaline as a girl’s name is a variant of Caroline (Old German) and Karolina (Slavic), the meaning of Karaline is ‘free man’.

Karalyn – Karalyn as a girl’s name is a variant of Caroline (Old German), Kara and Karolina (Slavic), the meaning of Karalyn is ‘free man’.

Karalynna – Karalynna as a girl’s name is a variant of Caroline (Old German) and Karolina (Slavic), the meaning of Karalynna is ‘free man’.

Karalynne – Karalynne as a girl’s name is a variant of Caroline (Old German) and Karolina (Slavic), the meaning of Karalynne is ‘free man’.

Karlen – Karlen as a girl’s name is a variant of Carlene (Old German), Caroline (Old German), Karleen (English) and Karolina (Slavic), and the meaning of Karlen is ‘free man’.

Karlena – Karlena as a girl’s name is a variant of Carlene (Old German), Caroline (Old German) and Karolina (Slavic), and the meaning of Karlena is ‘free man’.

Karlene – Karlene as a girl’s name is a variant of Carlene (Old German), Carly (Latin), Caroline (Old German), Charlotte (Old German), Karleen (English) and Karolina (Slavic), and the meaning of Karlene is ‘free man’.

Karli – Karli as a girl’s name is of Latin, Greek, and Old German origin meaning ‘free man’.

Karlie – Karlie as a girl’s name is a variant of Carly (Latin), Carol (Old German), Caroline (Old German), Charlotte (Old German), Karla (Greek) and Karolina (Slavic), and the meaning of Karlie is ‘free man’.

Karlina – Karlina as a girl’s name is a variant of Carlene (Old German), Carol (Old German), Caroline (Old German), Karleen (English) and Karolina (Slavic), and the meaning of Karlina is ‘free man’.

Karlinka – Karlinka as a girl’s name is a variant of Carol (Old German), Caroline (Old German) and Karolina (Slavic), the meaning of Karlinka is ‘free man’.

Karolina – Karolina as a girl’s name is of Slavic origin meaning ‘manly’.

Karoline – Karoline as a girl’s name is a variant of Caroline (Old German), Karol (Hungarian) and Karolina (Slavic), the meaning of Karoline is ‘free man’.

Karolinka – Karolinka as a girl’s name is a variant of Caroline (Old German) and Karolina (Slavic), the meaning of Karolinka is ‘free man’.

Karolyn – Karolyn as a girl’s name is a variant of Caroline (Old German), Carolyn (Old German) and Karolina (Slavic), the meaning of Karolyn is ‘free man’.

Karolyna – Karolyna as a girl’s name is a variant of Caroline (Old German) and Karolina (Slavic), the meaning of Karolyna is ‘free man’.

Karolyne – Karolyne as a girl’s name is a variant of Caroline (Old German), Karol (Hungarian) and Karolina (Slavic), the meaning of Karolyne is ‘free man’.

Karolynn – Karolynn as a girl’s name is a variant of Caroline (Old German), Carolyn (Old German) and Karolina (Slavic), the meaning of Karolynn is ‘free man’.

Karolynne – Karolynne as a girl’s name is a variant of Caroline (Old German) and Karolina (Slavic), the meaning of Karolynne is ‘free man’.

Kasia – pure

Kasimira – Feminine form of KASIMIR

Kasmira – Commanding peace

Kasmira – Kasmira as a girl’s name is of Slavic origin meaning ‘famous destroyer (of peace)’.

Katarina

Katerina – The name Katerina is a girl’s name of Greek, Slavic, Russian origin.

Katinka – Katinka means Transparent, Clear, Pure

Kazia – Short form of KAZIMIERA

Kazimiera – Feminine form of KAZIMIERZ

Khoza – The name means Goat

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

Kitka – Kitka means a Bunch of Flowers

Klara – Slavic variation of Claire, origin meaning bright, clear’, ‘bright, clear’.

Koraljka – From Croatian koralj meaning ‘coral’, ultimately from Latin

Korva – Korva means Cow

Krasimira – Feminine form of Krasimir. It means beautiful peace.

Kresimira – Feminine form of KRESIMIR

Kristina – A woman of Christian faith

Krpana – Krpana means Patchwork

Krpanaka – The name means Ptchwork

Kryska – Kryska means a Follower of Christ

Krystka – Krystka means She is Christian

Kveta – Either a short form of KVETOSLAVA or directly from Czech kvet ‘flower, blossom’

Kvetoslava – Slovak feminine form of KVETOSLAV

Kvetuse – Diminutive of KVETOSLAVA

Slavic girl names starting with L

Lada – Meaning uncertain. This was the name of a Slavic fertility goddess. It can also be a diminutive of VLADISLAVA or VLADIMIRA

Ladda – Ladda means Maiden. Young Girl, Goddes of Love

Ladeca – The name means a Mainden

Ladina – The name means Domination and Glory

Ladislava – Czech and Slovak feminine form of VLADISLAV

Lala – Tulip

Lala – From a South Slavic word meaning ‘tulip’. It is derived via Turkish from Persian (laleh)

Lavera – Lavera as a girl’s name has Slavic and Latin origins. The meaning of Lavera is ‘faith, truth’. Is related to the name Vera.

Lechoslawa – Feminine form of LECHOSLAW

Leena – Leena as a girl’s name is related to the Greek name Alina, the Old German name Caroline, the Slavic name Karolina, and the Arabic and Latin name. The meaning of Leena is ‘light’.

Leida – Leida as a girl’s name is a variant of Leda (Greek) and Lida (Slavic), the meaning of Leida is ‘loved by the people’.

Lenka – The one who illuminates, bright one

Leslawa – Short form of LECHOSLAWA

Lexa – The defender of mankind

Libena – Derived from Czech liby meaning ‘pleasant, nice’, from the Slavic element lyuby meaning ‘love’

Libuse – Derived from Czech liby meaning ‘pleasant, nice’, from the Slavic element lyuby meaning ‘love’. In Czech legend Lubuse was the founder of Prague

Lida – Lida as a girl’s name is of Slavic origin meaning ‘loved by the people’.

Lidah – Lidah as a girl’s name is related to the Latin name Alida and the Slavic name Lida. The meaning of Lidah is ‘small winged one’.

Lidmila – Variant of LUDMILA

Lilijana – Slavic variation of names Lily and Elisabeth

Lilike – Slavic variation of Lily, origin meaning lily’.

Liliya – Russian, Ukrainian and Bulgarian cognate of LILY

Liljana – Macedonian form of LILLIAN

Lilyana – Bulgarian form of LILLIAN

Liouba – Alternate transcription of Russian Люба (see LYUBA)

Ljerka – Derived from South Slavic lijer meaning ‘lily’

Ljilja – Short form of LJILJANA

Ljiljana – Derived from South Slavic ljiljan meaning ‘lily’

Ljuba – From the Slavic element lyuby meaning ‘love’

Ljubena – Macedonian feminine form of LYUBEN

Ljubica – From the Slavic element lyuby meaning ‘love’ combined with a diminutive suffix. It can also come from Serbo-Croatian ljubicica meaning ‘violet’

Ljudmila – Slovene form of LUDMILA

Lonna – A bright, almost blinding light

Luba – Alternate transcription of Russian/Ukrainian Люба (see LYUBA)

Lubica – Slovak form of LJUBICA

Lubomira – Lubomira as a girl’s name is of Slavic origin meaning ‘person who loves peace’.

Luca

Luci – Slavic variation of Lucy, origin meaning light’.

Lucika – Slavic variation of Lucy, origin meaning light’.

Lucka – Slavic variation of Lucy, origin meaning light’.

Ludie – Graceful, favorable people

Ludivine – One who is friend of the people

Ludmila – Means ‘favour of the people’ from the Slavic elements lyudu ‘people’ and milu ‘gracious, dear’. Saint Ludmila was a 10th-century duchess of Bohemia, the grandmother of Saint Vaclav. She was murdered on the orders of her daughter-in-law Drahomira…

Ludmilla – Ludmilla as a girl’s name is of Slavic origin meaning ‘graceful people’.

Lukina – Graceful and bright

Lumina – Bright as a Sunshine

Lyda – Lyda as a girl’s name is related to the Latin name Alida, the Greek names Leda and Lydia and the Slavic name Lida. The meaning of Lyda is ‘small winged one’.

Lyna – Lyna as a girl’s name is related to the Greek name Alina, the Slavic name Karolina and the Arabic and Latin name Lina. The meaning of Lyna is ‘light’.

Lyuba – Diminutive of LYUBOV

Lyubochka – Diminutive of LYUBOV

Lyubov – Derived from the Slavic element lyuby meaning ‘love’

Lyudmila – Russian and Bulgarian form of LUDMILA. This was the name of a character in Aleksandr Pushkin’s poem ‘Ruslan and Lyudmila’ (1820)

Lyudmyla – One who is nice to everyone

Slavic girl names starting with M

Madja – A splandid, noble one

Magda – The name Magda is a girl’s name of German origin, meaning woman from Magdala or high tower’.

Maja – She who is splendid

Malina – Means ‘raspberry’ in several Slavic languages

Malyna – A woman sweet as a raspberry

Marcelina – Slavic variation of Marcella, origin meaning warlike’.

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

Marina – The name Marina is a girl’s name of Latin origin meaning ‘from the sea’.

Marjam – One who is happy

Marjeta – A Slavic form of the name Margaret meaning pearl

Marta – Form of MARTHA. a lady

Marya – Bitter. Variant of Mary.

Marzanna – Polish form of MORANA

Mayindian – The day of the May

Melena – Slavic variation of Melanie, origin meaning black, dark’, ‘little honey’.

Mieczyslawa – Feminine form of MIECZYSLAW

Miesha

Mila – Originally a diminutive of Slavic names containing the element milu ‘gracious, dear’

Milabelle – A beautiful girl, full or grace

Milada – Originally a diminutive of Slavic names containing the element milu ‘gracious, dear’. It has become associated with Czech mlady ‘young’

Miladena – Miladena is a girl’s name meaning ‘favored’ that comes from the Czechoslovakian and Slavic name Milena.

Milah – Sweet and tender, a people-pleaser, and a hard worker.

Milan

Milana – Milana as a girl’s name is related to the Czechoslovakian and Slavic name Milena.The meaning of Milana is ‘favored’.

Milanka – Milanka is a girl’s name meaning ‘favored’ that comes from the Czechoslovakian and Slavic name Milena.

Milaslava – One who likes or wants to be glorified

Mileena – Mileena is a girl’s name meaning ‘favored’ that comes from the Czechoslovakian and Slavic name Milena.

Milena – Feminine form of MILAN. It began to be used in Italy in honour of Milena Vukotic (1847-1923), mother of Helen of Montenegro, the wife of the Italian king Victor Emmanuel III. In Italy it can also be considered a combination of MARIA and ELENA

Mileva – The name Mileva is a girl’s name of Slavic, Czech, Bulgarian origin meaning ‘gracious, dear’.

Miley – In the case of actress and singer Miley Cyrus (1992-), it is a shortened form of the nickname Smiley, given to her by her father because she often smiled. Although it was not at all common before she brought it to public attention, there are some examples of its use before her time, most likely as a diminutive of MILES

Milica – From the Slavic element milu meaning ‘gracious’. It was originally a diminutive of names that began with that element

Militsa – Medieval Slavic form of MILICA

Miljana – Feminine form of MILAN

Milka – Milka as a girls’ name is of Latin, Slavic and Hebrew origins, and the meaning of Milka is ‘rival, laborious, eager, flattering, hardworking, queen’.

Millan – The Loving and Gracious person

Miloslava – Lover of glory

Miloslava – Feminine form of MILOSLAV

Miluse – Diminutive of names beginning with the Slavic element milu ‘gracious, dear’

Miluska – Diminutive of names beginning with the Slavic element milu ‘gracious, dear’

Mira – Peace

Mira – Short form of names containing the Slavic element miru meaning ‘peace’ or ‘world’

Miran – From the element ‘mir’ meaing ‘peace’.

Mirana – Mirana is a girl’s name meaning ‘wonderful’, ‘peace’, or ‘prosperous’. It is a variant of the Latin, Slavic, and Hindi name Mira.

Mireille – Mireille is a girl’s name meaning ‘wonderful’, ‘peace’, ‘prosperous’, or ‘admire’ that is derived from the Latin, Slavic, and Hindi name Mira and the French name Mireio.

Mirelle – Mirelle is a girl’s name meaning ‘wonderful’, ‘peace’, ‘prosperous’, or ‘worthy of admiration’. It is a variant of the Latin, Slavic, and Hindi name Mira and the Latin name Miranda.

Miri – Bitter. Also a variant of Miranda.

Miri – Miri as a girl’s name is related to the Latin, Slavic and Hindi name Mira. The meaning of Miri is ‘wonderful’.

Miriana – Miriana as a girl’s name is related to the Latin, Slavic and Hindi name Mira. The meaning of Miriana is ‘wonderful’.

Mirica – Diminutive of MIRELA or names containing the Slavic element miru meaning ‘peace, world’

Mirilla – Mirilla is a girl’s name meaning ‘wonderful’, ‘peace’, or ‘prosperous’. It comes from the Latin, Slavic, and Hindi name Mira.

Mirka – Mirka is a girl’s name meaning ‘wonderful’, ‘peace’, or ‘prosperous’. It is a variant of the Latin, Slavic, and Hindi name Mira.

Mirna – Means ‘peaceful’ in Serbian and Croatian

Miroslava – Miroslava as a girl’s name is of Slavic origin meaning ‘peaceful glory’. It is a feminine form of Miroslav.

Miroslawa – Feminine form of MIROSLAW

Mirra – Mirra as a girl’s name is of Latin origin meaning ‘wonderful’.

Mirsada – Feminine form of MIRSAD

Mirta – Spanish, Italian and Croatian cognate of MYRTLE

Miruna – Possibly derived from the Slavic word mir meaning ‘peace’ or Romanian mira meaning ‘to wonder, to astound’

Misa – Serbian diminutive of MIHAILO, MIROSLAV and other names beginning with a similar sound. In Slovenia it is typically feminine

Mischa

Misha

Mlada – Mlada as a girl’s name is a variant of Milena (Czechoslovakian, Slavic), the meaning of Mlada is ‘favored’.

Mladena – Mladena is a girl’s name meaning ‘favored’ that comes from the Czechoslovakian and Slavic name Milena.

Mladenka – Feminine form of MLADEN

Mokosh – Derived from Slavic mok meaning ‘wet, moist’. Mokosh was a Slavic goddess of weaving, women, water and fertility. She was often depicted as a woman with a large head and long arms

Morana – From a Slavic root meaning ‘death, plague’. In Slavic mythology this was the name of the goddess of winter and death

Myla – Possibly a feminine form of MILES, influenced by similar-sounding names such as Kyla

Mylene – Combination of MARIE and HELENE. It can also be used as a French form of MILENA

Myley – Derived from the Slavic word mil meaning ‘gracious’, this name was introduced to the English as Miles.

Myrene – Myrene is a girl’s name meaning ‘wonderful’, ‘peace’, or ‘prosperous’. It is a variant of the Latin, Slavic, and Hindi name Mira.

Myrilla – Myrilla is a girl’s name meaning ‘wonderful’, ‘peace’, ‘prosperous’, or ‘worthy of admiration’. It comes from the Latin, Slavic, and Hindi name Mira and the Latin name Miranda.

Myroslava – One who is destined to be glorious, glorious

Slavic girl names starting with N

Nada – Means ‘hope’ in South Slavic

Nadege – Hope

Nadege – French form of NADEZHDA

Nadejda – Alternate transcription of Russian/Bulgarian Надежда (see NADEZHDA)

Nadezda – Slovak, Serbian and Latvian form of NADEZHDA

Nadezhda – Means ‘hope’ in Slavic

Nadia – Hope

Nadia – Variant of NADYA (1) used in the western world, as well as an alternate transcription of the Slavic name. It began to be used in France in the 19th century. The name received a boost in popularity from the Romanian gymnast Nadia Comaneci (1961-)

Nadica – Diminutive of NADA (2)

Nadine – French elaborated form of NADIA (1)

Nadiya – Diminutive of NADEZHDA, as well as being the modern Ukrainian word meaning ‘hope’

Nadja – German and Slovene form of NADYA (1)

Nadya – Hope

Nadya – Diminutive of NADEZHDA

Nadzeya – Belarusian form of NADEZHDA

Nadzieja – Polish cognate of NADEZHDA, being the modern Polish word meaning ‘hope’

Naida – Meaning uncertain, possibly derived from Greek (Naiad), a type of water nymph in Greek mythology

Natasha – born on Christmas

Natashia – Celebrates the birthday on 25th of December.

Neda – Born on Sunday

Neda – Neda as a girl’s name is of Slavic origin meaning ‘born on Sunday’. In Greek mythology, Neda was an Arcadian nymph that nurtured Zeus as a child. The river Neda and also a town derived their name from her.

Nedda – The name Nedda is a girl’s name of Slavic origin meaning ‘born on Sunday’.

Nedeljka – Feminine form of NEDELJKO

Nedelka – Macedonian feminine form of NEDELJKO

Nedelya – Means ‘Sunday’ in Bulgarian

Nedi – Nedi as a girl’s name is of Slavic origin, and the meaning of Nedi is ‘born on Sunday’.

Nediljka – Feminine form of NEDELJKO

Nedjeljka – Variant of NEDELJKA

Nedyalka – Bulgarian feminine form of NEDELJKO

Neli – Diminutive of NEDELYA or ANELIYA

Nevena – Derived from South Slavic neven meaning ‘marigold’

Nevenka – Variant of NEVENA

Neza – Slavic variation of Agnes, origin meaning pure, virginal’.

Nijole – The people who always conquest success.

Noah – Relaxation, restful, harmony, calm.

Slavic girl names starting with O

Ognena – Macedonian feminine form of OGNYAN

Ognyana – Feminine form of OGNYAN

Olya – A sacred place or sacred spirit.

Ondrea – Possessing qualities befitting a man or having abilities suitable for a woman.

Slavic girl names starting with P

Padrika – Slavic variation of Patricia, origin meaning noble, patrician’.

Pavla – little

Peryn – Variation of a habitational Surname from the place Peryn, A variant of Slavic God Peroun

Peterke – Slavic variation of Petra, origin meaning rock, stone’.

Peti – Slavic variation of Petra, origin meaning rock, stone’.

Pika – Means ‘dot’ in Slovene. This is the Slovene name for Pippi Longstocking, Pika Nogavicka

Porsche – From the name of the German car company, which was founded by Ferdinand Porsche (1875-1951). His surname is derived from the given name BORIS

Slavic girl names starting with R

Rada – Derived from the Slavic element rad meaning ‘happy, willing’

Radana – Derived from the Slavic element rad meaning ‘happy, willing’

Radilla – Radilla as a girl’s name is a variant of Radmilla (Slavic), and the meaning of Radilla is ‘industrious for the people’.

Radinka – Radinka as a girl’s name is a variant of Radmilla (Slavic), and the meaning of Radinka is ‘industrious for the people’.

Radka – Slavic – Happy, Peace, Great, Famous, A feminine equivalent of Radko

Radmila – Radmila as a girl’s name is a variant of Radmilla (Slavic), and the meaning of Radmila is ‘industrious for the people’.

Radmilla – Radmilla as a girl’s name is of Slavic origin meaning ‘industrious for the people’.

Radomila – Polish feminine form of RADOMIL

Radomira – Slavic – Happy, Peace, Great, Famous.

Radoslava – Feminine form of RADOSLAV

Radoslawa – Feminine form of RADOSLAW

Raina – The name Raina is a girl’s name of Slavic origin meaning ‘queen’.

Ranka – Feminine form of RANKO

Rasa – Means ‘dew’ in Lithuanian and Latvian

Raya – Diminutive of RAYNA (1) or RAISA (1)

Rayna – Either a Bulgarian form of REGINA or a feminine form of RAYNO

Redmilla – Redmilla as a girl’s name is a variant of Radmilla (Slavic), and the meaning of Redmilla is ‘industrious for the people’.

Robi

Robia – Slavic variation of Roberta, origin meaning bright fame’.

Robie

Robya – Slavic variation of Roberta, origin meaning bright fame’.

Romanka – Slavic variation of Romana, origin meaning a Roman’.

Romi – Slavic variation of Romana, origin meaning a Roman’.

Romka – Slavic variation of Romana, origin meaning a Roman’.

Romona – Slavic variation of Ramona, origin meaning wise protector’.

Rosa – Means ‘dew’ in the South Slavic languages

Rosica – Alternate transcription of Bulgarian Росица (see ROSITSA)

Rositsa – Diminutive of ROSA (2)

Roza – Means ‘rose’ in some Slavic languages. It is a cognate of ROSA (1)

Rumena – Feminine form of RUMEN

Rumiana – Alternate transcription of Bulgarian Румяна (see RUMYANA)

Rumyana – Feminine form of RUMEN

Rusalka – A wood’s spite

Ruza – Means ‘rose’ in Croatian and Serbian. It is a cognate of ROSA (1)

Ruzha – Means ‘hollyhock’ in Bulgarian and Macedonian (referring to flowering plants from the genera Alcea and Althaea)

Ruzica – Diminutive of RUZA

Ryba – fish

Slavic girl names starting with S

Sable – Sable as a girl’s name is of Slavic origin meaning ‘black’. Sable is a highly prized fur with a dark brown, almost black, color.

Sanja – Derived from Croatian and Serbian sanjati meaning ‘dream’

Sanjica – Diminutive of SANJA

Saskia – Saskia as a girl’s name is of Danish and Old German origin meaning ‘the Saxon people’.

Senka – Means ‘shadow’ in Serbian and Croatian

Sibilia – Slavic variation of Sibyl, origin meaning seer, oracle’, ‘prophetess’.

Siwa – A name of the Goddess of love and fertility

Sladana – Derived from Serbian and Croatian sladak meaning ‘sweet’

Sladjana – Alternate transcription of Serbian Слађана (see SLADANA)

Slava – Short form of Slavic names containing the element slava ‘glory’

Slavena – Derived from Slavic slava meaning ‘glory’

Slavenka – A Slavic woman.

Slavica – Derived from Slavic slava meaning ‘glory’

Slavitsa – Possible medieval Slavic form of SLAVICA

Slavka – Feminine form of SLAVKO

Slawomira – Polish feminine form of SLAWOMIR

Slobodanka – Feminine form of SLOBODAN

Smiljana – From Serbo-Croatian word smilje, a type of plant, known as catsfoot or everlasting in English (genus Antennaria)

Snezana – Serbian form of SNJEZANA

Snezhana – Russian, Bulgarian and Macedonian cognate of SNJEZANA

Snjezana – Derived from the Slavic word snezan meaning ‘snowy’

Sobieslawa – Polish feminine form of SOBIESLAW

Sorana – One beautiful as a dawn

Spomenka – From Croatian spomenak meaning ‘forget-me-not flower’

Stacia – A short form of anastasia

Stana – Short form of STANISLAVA and other Slavic names beginning with the element stani meaning ‘stand, become’

Stanislava – Feminine form of STANISLAV

Stanislawa – Feminine form of STANISLAW

Stanka – Feminine diminutive of STANISLAV

Stanuie – One who becomes

Stara – One who is old

Stasya – Diminutive of STANISLAVA or ANASTASIYA

Stefania – Greek variation of Stephanie, origin meaning garland, crown’.

Stoja – Croatian feminine form of STOYAN

Stoyanka – Feminine form of STOYAN

Suncana – Means ‘sunny’ in Croatian, a derivative of sunce ‘sun’

Suncica – Diminutive of SUNCANA

Suzan – Variant of Hebrew Susannah. In the apocryphal Book of Tobit Susannah courageously defended herself against wrongful accusation. White lilies grew in the Biblical city of Susa in Persia.

Suzana – Slavic variation of Susan, origin meaning lily’.

Svatava – Derived from the Slavic element svetu meaning ‘blessed, holy’

Svetlana – Svetlana as a girl’s name is of Russian and Slavic origin meaning ‘light’.

Svetlanna – Svetlanna as a girl’s name is of Russian and Slavic origin, and the meaning of Svetlanna is ‘light’. Svetlanna is related to the name Svetlana.

Svitlana – A variation of Svetlana, meaning pure and light.

Svjetlana – Svjetlana as a girl’s name is of Russian and Slavic origin, and the meaning of Svjetlana is ‘light’. Svjetlana is related to the name Svetlana.

Swetlana – Swetlana as a girl’s name is of Russian and Slavic origin, and the meaning of Swetlana is ‘light’. Swetlana is related to the name Svetlana.

Slavic girl names starting with T

Tajana – Derived from Croatian and Serbian tajiti ‘to keep secret’

Tamora – Variation of the name Tamara, meaning palm tree

Tanja – A fairy princess

Tatia – A fairy queen

Teodora – God’s gift

Tesla – Tesla has an unknown meaning, but it was the name of a band as well as engineer Nikolai Tesla.

Tiana – The name Tiana is a girl’s name of Slavic origin meaning ‘fairy queen’.

Tierney – Holy place

Tihana – Short form of Slavic names beginning with the element tikhu ‘quiet’

Tijana – Variant of TIHANA

Tomislava – Feminine form of TOMISLAV

Tosha – Tosha as a girl’s name is of Slavic origin and is a short form of Natasha meaning ‘Christmas’.

Toshka – Toshka as a girl’s name is a variant of the Slavic name Tosha.

Tosia – Tosia as a girl’s name is a variant of the Russian name Tasha.

Tosiya – Tosiya as a girl’s name is a variant of the Slavic name Tosha.

Toskia – Toskia as a girl’s name is of Slavic origin, and is a variant of the name Tosha.

Trava – Fresh grasses

Trena – Short form of TRENDAFILKA

Trendafilka – Derived from Macedonian трендафил (trendafil) meaning ‘eglantine, sweet briar’

Trpimira – The name is derived from elements trpi endure, bear, suffer and mir meaning peace or world.

Tsveta – Feminine form of TSVETAN

Tsvetana – Feminine form of TSVETAN

Tsvetanka – Feminine diminutive of TSVETAN

Slavic girl names starting with V

Vaclava – Czech feminine form of VACLAV

Valda – Feminine form of VALDIS

Valentina – Strong, vigourous, healthy

Valeska – Valeska as a girl’s name is of Slavic origin meaning ‘splendid leader’. It is a feminine form of Vladislav.

Vanda – Vanda as a girl’s name is of Italian and Czechoslovakian origin meaning ‘the tribe of the Vandals’.

Vasilisa

Veca – Diminutive of VESNA

Vedrana – Feminine form of VEDRAN

Veer – Dutch and Limburgish short form of VERA (1)

Veera – Veera is a girl’s name of Latin origin meaning ‘faith’.

Veerke – Diminutive of VEER

Veira – Veira as a girl’s name is of Slavic/Latin origin meaning ‘faith, truth, true image’.

Velika – Velika as a girl’s name is of Slavic origin meaning ‘great or wondrous’.

Venceslava – Feminine form of VENCESLAV

Vendula – Diminutive of VACLAVA

Vera – Means ‘faith’ in Russian, though it is sometimes associated with the Latin word verus ‘true’. It has been in general use in the English-speaking world since the late 19th century

Veradis – Veradis as a girl’s name is of Slavic or Latin origin, and the meaning of Veradis is ‘faith, truth’.

Verasha – Verasha as a girl’s name is of Latin origin, and the meaning of Verasha is ‘truth’. Verasha is related to the name Vera.

Verdell – Verdell as a girl’s name (also used as a boy’s name) is of Latin origin, and the meaning of Verdell is ‘truth’. Verdell is related to the name Vera.

Verdie – Verdie as a girl’s name is of Latin origin, and the meaning of Verdie is ‘truth’. Verdie is related to the name Vera.

Verene – Verene as a girl’s name is of Latin origin, and the meaning of Verene is ‘truth’. Verene is related to the name Vera.

Verica – Verica as a girl’s name is of Latin/Slavic origin meaning ‘fair, truth’.

Veriko – Georgian diminutive of VERA (1)

Verina – Verina is a girl’s name meaning ‘faith’, ‘true’, or ‘truth’. It is a variant of Varina, the Latin and Slavic name Vera, and the Latin name Verena.

Verine – Verine as a girl’s name is a variant of Vera (Slavic, Latin), and the meaning of Verine is ‘faith, truth’.

Verinka – Verinka as a girl’s name is of Latin origin, and the meaning of Verinka is ‘truth’. Verinka is related to the name Vera.

Verka – Verka as a girl’s name is of Latin origin, and the meaning of Verka is ‘truth’. Verka is related to the name Vera.

Verla – Verla as a girl’s name is of Latin origin, and the meaning of Verla is ‘truth’. Verla is related to the name Vera.

Verlene – Verlene as a girl’s name is of Slavic origin meaning ‘faith’.

Verlie – Verlie as a girl’s name has English and Slavic origins. The meaning of Bevalee is ‘beaver stream or meadow’. Is related to the name Beverly and Verlen.

Verline – Verline as a girl’s name is of Slavic origin, and the meaning of Verline is ‘faith’. Verline is related to the name Verlene.

Verochka – Verochka as a girl’s name is of Slavic and Latin origin, and the meaning of Verochka is ‘truth’. Verochka is related to the name Vera.

Veroshka – Veroshka as a girl’s name is of Slavic and Latin origin, and the meaning of Veroshka is ‘truth’. Veroshka is related to the name Vera.

Veruschka – Veruschka as a girl’s name is of Slavic and Latin origin, and the meaning of Veruschka is ‘truth’. Veruschka is related to the name Vera.

Verusha – Russian diminutive of VERA (1)

Verushka – Verushka as a girl’s name is of Slavic and Latin origin, and the meaning of Verushka is ‘truth’. Verushka is related to the name Vera.

Vesela – Derived from South Slavic vesel meaning ‘cheerful’

Vesna – Means ‘messenger’ in Slavic. This was the name of a Slavic spirit associated with the springtime. In many Slavic languages this is now the poetic word for ‘spring’. It has been used as a given name only since the 20th century

Viera – Slovak form of VERA (1)

Violeta – Form of VIOLET in several languages

Vira – Ukrainian form of VERA (1)

Visnja – Means ‘sour cherry’ in Croatian and Serbian

Vjekoslava – Feminine form of VJEKOSLAV

Vjera – Croatian and Serbian cognate of VERA (1)

Vladimira – Czech and Slovak form of VLADIMIRA

Vladislava – Vladislava as a girl’s name is of Slavic origin meaning ‘glorious rule’.

Vlasta – Short form of names beginning with the Slavic element vlasti ‘rule, sovereignty’ (the descendant word vlast means ‘homeland’ in modern Czech)

Vlastimila – Feminine form of VLASTIMIL

Vlatka – Diminutive of VLADIMIRA

Vondra – The Love of a Woman

Vyara – Bulgarian form of VERA (1)

Slavic girl names starting with W

Waclawa – Feminine form of WACLAW

Wahnda – Wahnda as a girl’s name is of Slavic origin, and the meaning of Wahnda is ‘the tribe of the Vandals’. Wahnda is related to the name Wanda.

Wanda – Wanda as a girl’s name is of Slavic origin meaning ‘the tribe of the Vandals’. The Vandals (or Wendlas) were an ancient Slavonic tribe whose destructive behavior led to the modern term ‘vandalism’.

Wandah – Wandah as a girl’s name is of Slavic origin, and the meaning of Wandah is ‘the tribe of the Vandals’. Wandah is related to the name Wanda.

Wandie – Wandie as a girl’s name is of Slavic origin, and the meaning of Wandie is ‘the tribe of the Vandals’. Wandie is a variant of the Slavic name Wanda.

Wandis – Wandis as a girl’s name has Slavic origins. The meaning of Wandis is ‘the tribe of the Vandals’. Is related to the name Wanda.

Wandy – Wandy as a girl’s name is of Slavic origin, and the meaning of Wandy is ‘the tribe of the Vandals’. Wandy is related to the name Wanda.

Wannda – Wannda as a girl’s name is of Slavic origin meaning ‘the tribe of Vandals’.

Wava – Wava as a girl’s name is of Slavic origin meaning ‘stranger’. It is a pet name from Varvara, the Russian form of Barbara.

Wenda – Wenda as a girl’s name is of Slavic origin, and the meaning of Wenda is ‘the tribe of the Vandals’. Wenda is related to the name Wanda.

Wendaline – Wendaline as a girl’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Wendaline is ‘wanderer’. Wendaline is related to the name Wendell.

Wendelin – Great glory

Wendeline – Wendeline as a girl’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Wendeline is ‘wanderer’. Wendeline is related to the name Wendell.

Wera – Polish form of VERA (1) or a short form of WERONIKA

Wladyslawa – Feminine form of WLADYSLAW

Wohnda – Wohnda as a girl’s name is of Slavic origin, and the meaning of Wohnda is ‘the tribe of the Vandals’. Wohnda is related to the name Wanda.

Wojciecha – Feminine form of WOJCIECH

Wonda – Wonda as a girl’s name is of Slavic origin, and the meaning of Wonda is ‘the tribe of the Vandals’. Wonda is related to the name Wanda.

Wonnda – Wonnda as a girl’s name is of Slavic origin, and the meaning of Wonnda is ‘the tribe of the Vandals’. Wonnda is related to the name Wanda.

Slavic girl names starting with Y

Yana – The name Yana is a girl’s name of Slavic origin.

Yarmilla – Yarmilla as a girl’s name is of Slavic origin meaning ‘trader’.

Yaroslava – Russian and Ukrainian feminine form of JAROSLAW

Yordana – Bulgarian feminine form of JORDAN

Yordanka – Bulgarian feminine form of JORDAN

Slavic girl names starting with Z

Zaria – Zaria as a girl’s name is of Hebrew, Arabic, and Slavic origin, and the meaning of Zaria is ‘princess’. Zaria is a variant of the Hebrew name Sarah, the Arabic name Zara, and the Slavic name Zarya.

Zarja – Slovene variant of ZORA

Zarya – Zarya as a girl’s name is of Slavic origin. In mythology, Zarya is a water priestess and protector of warriors.

Zayna

Zdena – Czech feminine variant of ZDENKO

Zdenka – Czech feminine form of ZDENKO

Zdislava – Czech feminine form of ZDZISLAW. This name was borne by the 13th-century Czech saint Zdislava Berka

Zdravka – Feminine form of ZDRAVKO

Zdzislawa – Feminine form of ZDZISLAW

Zelenka – little innocent one

Zeljka – Feminine form of ZELJKO

Zhivka – Feminine form of Zhivko, meaning life or alive.

Zitomira – Zitomira as a girl’s name is of Slavic origin meaning ‘renowned life’.

Ziva – Means ‘living, alive’ in Slavic. This was the name of a Slavic goddess associated with life, fertility and spring

Zivanka – The name Zivanka is a girl’s name of Slavic origin meaning ‘full of life’.

Zivka – Zivka as a girl’s name is of Slavic origin, and the meaning of Zivka is ‘full of life’. Zivka is related to the name Zivanka.

Zlata – Zlata as a girl’s name is of Czechoslovakian and Slavic origin meaning ‘golden’.

Zlatica – Diminutive of ZLATA

Zlatina – Zlatina as a girl’s name is of Czechoslovakian or Slavic origin meaning ‘golden’.

Zlatka – Zlatka as a girl’s name is of Czechoslovakian or Slavic origin meaning ‘golden’.

Zlatuse – Diminutive of ZLATA

Zlota – From Polish zloto ‘gold’, used as translation of Yiddish Golda

Zoia – The name Zoia is a girl’s name of Slavic, Russian origin, meaning life’.

Zora – The name Zora is a girl’s name of Arabic, Slavic, African origin meaning ‘dawn’.

Zorah – Zorah as a girl’s name is a variant of Zora (Slavic), and the meaning of Zorah is ‘dawn’.

Zorana – Zorana as a girl’s name is of Slavic origin meaning ‘dawn’.

Zoraya – Zoraya as a girl’s name is of Slavic origin, and the meaning of Zoraya is ‘dawn’. Zoraya is related to the name Zora.

Zoreen – Zoreen as a girl’s name is related to the Slavic name Zora. The meaning of Zoreen is ‘dawn’.

Zorica – Serbian, Croatian and Macedonian diminutive of ZORA

Zorina – The name Zorina is a girl’s name of Slavic origin meaning ‘golden dawn’.

Zorine – Zorine as a girl’s name is a variant of Zora (Slavic), and the meaning of Zorine is ‘dawn’.

Zorka – A form of Zora, meaning dawn.

Zornitsa – Means ‘morning star’ in Bulgarian

Zorrah – Zorrah as a girl’s name is of Slavic origin meaning ‘dawn’.

Zorya – Zorya as a girl’s name is of Slavic origin, and the meaning of Zorya is ‘dawn’. Zorya is related to the name Zora.

Zoya – Dawn, variant of Aurora, ‘Perhaps love is a compelling necessity imposed on man by God that has something to do with suffering.’ —Zora Neale Hurston, The Woman in Gaul

Zrinka – Possibly from Zrin, the name of a village in Croatia, or from the noble Zrinski family that originated there

Zselyke – Possibly a Hungarian form of ZELJKA

Zuza – graceful lily

Zuzanna – The name Zuzanna is a girl’s name of Slavic, Latvian origin meaning ‘lily’.

Zvezda – The name Zvezda is a girl’s name of Slavic, Russian origin meaning ‘star’.

Zvezdana – Serbian and Slovene form of ZVJEZDANA

Zvjezdana – Derived from Croatian zvijezda meaning ‘star’

Zvonimira – Feminine form of ZVONIMIR