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Slavic Baby Names for Boys

Here are some Slavic baby boy names:

Boleslav
Comprised of Slavic elements meaning "large" and "glory."

Borislav
A combination of Slavic elements meaning "battle" and "glory."

Branimir
From Slavic elements meaning "protection" and "peace."

Branislav, Bronislav
Made up of Slavic elements meaning "protection" and "glory."

Dalibor
Comprised of Slavic elements meaning "far away" and "to fight."

Dobromil
A combination of Slavic elements meaning "good, kind" and "favor."

Dragan
Comes from a Slavic element meaning "precious."

Dragomir
Comprised of Slavic elements meaning "precious" and "peace."

Dragoslav
Made up of Slavic elements meaning "precious" and "glory."

Goran
Derived from a south Slavic word meaning "mountain."

Grozdan
Based on the Bulgarian/Macedonian word for "grapes."

Krasimir
Consists of Slavic elements meaning "beauty" and "peace."

Jaromil (J's are pronounced like Y's.)
Made up of Slavic elements meaning "spring" and "favor."

Jaromir
Consists of Slavic elements meaning "spring" and "peace."

Jaroslav
Comprised of Slavic elements meaning "spring" and "glory."

Javor
Based on a south Slavic word meaning "maple tree."

Lech
The legendary founder of the Polish people.

Lev
From the Russian word meaning "lion."

Marlen
A blend of Marx and Lenin.

Miloslav
Comprised of Slavic elements meaning "favor" and "glory."

Miroslav
A combination of Slavic elements meaning "peace" and "glory."

Mladen
Based on a south Slavic element meaning "young."

Radomil
Made up of Slavic elements meaning "happy" and "favor."

Radomir
Comprised of Slavic elements meaning "happy" and "peace."

Radoslav
Comprised of Slavic elements meaning "happy" and "glory."

Rostislav
A combination of Slavic elements meaning "usurp" and "glory."

Slobodan
From a south Slavic word meaning "freedom."

Stanimir
Made up of Slavic elements meaning "stand" and "peace."

Stanislav
Made up of Slavic elements meaning "stand" and "glory."

Vedran
Based on the Croatian/Serbian word for "jovial."

Vladimir
Made up of Slavic elements that mean either "rule" and "great" or "rule" and "peace."

Vladislav
Comprised of Slavic elements meaning "rule" and "glory."

Vlastimil
Made up of Slavic elements meaning "homeland" and "favor."

Zoran
From the south Slavic word for "dawn."

...And here are some other Slavic boy names that can be traced back to non-Slavic sources:



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