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Slavic Baby Names for Girls

Here are some Slavic baby girl names:

Bisera
Based on a south Slavic word meaning "pearl."

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

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

Branislava, Bronislava
Made up of Slavic elements meaning "protection" and "glory."

Danica
Based on a Slavic word meaning "morning star."

Darina
Based on a Slavic element meaning "gift."

Dragana
Comes from a Slavic element meaning "precious."

Grozda, Grozdana
Feminine form of the name Grozdan, which is based on the Bulgarian/Macedonian word for "grapes."

Iskra
Based on a south Slavic word meaning "spark."

Jagoda (J's are pronounced like Y's.)
Means "strawberry" in several Slavic languages.

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

Jasna
From a south Slavic word meaning "clear" or "sharp."

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

Kveta
Based on a Czech word meaning "flower" or blossom."

Libena
Based on a Czech word meaning "love."

Ludmila
Made up of Slavic elements meaning "people" and "favor."

Malina
Means "raspberry" in several Slavic languages.

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

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

Nadezhda, Nadejda
From the Russian word meaning "hope." A pet form is Nadya.

Nevena
Based on the Bulgarian/Macedonian word for "marigold."

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

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

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

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

Svetlana, Svetlina
Based on a Slavic element meaning "light."

Tresnja
From the Croatian word for "cherry."

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

Vesna
From a Slavic word for "messenger."

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

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

Wanda
Might refer to the Wends, a Slavic people who inhabited eastern Germany.

Zala
Based on a Slovene word meaning "beautiful."

Zora
From the south Slavic word for "dawn."

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



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