191 Bosnian Baby Names With Meanings

Bosnia is a multiethnic, multicultural, and multinational country and the diverseness is mirrored in the names as well.

Bosnian, a South Slavic language, is the official language of both Bosnia and Herzegovina, along with Serbian and Croatian. It’s basically the uniform version of the Croatian-Serbian language. The language comprises both Cyrillic and Latin alphabets and even has a few Persian, Arabic, and Turkish words in the lexicon. This is primarily due to Bosnian people’s interaction and friendship with these cultures. And this is the reason Turkish, Arabic, and Persian names are used widely in Bosnia.

The first name or personal names of Bosnian often, not always, tells about the background and culture of the individual. Bosnian Muslims give personal names as well as derivations of the original Arabic name to their children. They also pay extreme importance to the meaning of the name, because it has been made clear in the Hadith to pick only beautiful and good names for children. Christians and Hebrews residing in Bosnia pick names derived from the Bible, Torah, and Old Testament.

If you need some help selecting an ideal Bosnian baby name for your child, take a look at MomJunction's list below. We’ve handpicked some of the best Bosnian names for boys and girls. Take a look.

AdemVirtuous, fair, pure, moral.Boy
AdemirNoble protectorBoy
AjdinHe who is bright, happy and lucky.Boy
AjnaReal or originalGirl
AjnurMoonlight, glow of the oon.Boy
AjšaBosnian version of Aisha. It means alive or healthy.Girl
AlezaJoy or daughter of AliGirl
AlijaBosnian form of Ali. It means highly regarded.Boy
AlmedinaOne who is devoted to faith or one who is civilized.Girl
AmelaWork or effort.Girl
AsjaA form of Anastasia, meaning resurrection.Girl
AzemBig or largeBoy
BahrudinGlow of faithBoy
BasicHead or headmanBoy
BasichHead or headman. A form of Basic.Boy
BegA title of respectBoy
BehremMars planetBoy
BerberichBosnian surname meaning barber.Boy
BerinaBest, highestGirl
BesimA happy soul.Boy
BesimaOne who is always smiling, and happyGirl
BoryaBattle or war.Boy
ĆamilHe who is perfect or complete.Boy
ĆazimOne who is calm and controls his anger.Boy
DautA variant of David, meaning beloved.Boy
DavudA variant of David, meaning beloved.Boy
DedicBosnian term, meaning grandfather.Boy
DžaferCamel that gives milk or small river.Boy
DžananA variant of Dženan, meaning he who is loved.Boy
DželilOne who is respected, famous, glorious.Boy
DželilaOne who is respected and famous.Girl
DžemalA variant of Jamal, meaning beauty of faith.Boy
DžemaludinA variant of Jamaluddin, meaning beauty of faith.Boy
DžemilaBosnian version of Jamila, meaning beautiful.Girl
DženanHe who is lovedBoy
DženetaIslamic paradiseGirl
DževadHe who is noble or generous.Boy
DževadaShe who is generous or exceptional.Girl
EdhemDark-skinned, blackBoy
EjubBosnian version of the name Ayub. It means returning to God, repenting.Boy
EkremHe who is most noble or most respected.Boy
ElizabetaDedicated to GodGirl
ElmedinaA variant of Almedina, meaning one who is devoted to faith or civilizedGirl
ElvedinBenevolence of faith or gift.Boy
EmelaHope or inspiration.Girl
Eminaa trustworthy person.Girl
EnasOne with a friendly and jovial demeanor.Girl
EnesHe who is sociable.Boy
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