248 Slavic Baby Names With Meanings

Do you want a name that’s a unique spin on names that you hear in your day-to-day life? How about going for a Slavic name, which has some beautiful and unusual variations of regular names.

Slavic first names are exotic, a bit difficult to pronounce, but full of historical significance. The best part is that each Slavic name has its name day, which is celebrated by the family as a second birthday.

In the pre-Christian period, children were given a substitution name which they had to bear until they were seven to ten years old. The purpose of this name was to deflect the attention from the baby and protect him from evil powers. The practice came into being because of the high mortality rate of young ones at that time. The child who crossed ten years was given a new name during the ritual first haircut. The tradition is not followed now. Parents are free to bestow any name they like at any point in time to their child.

As for the convention, a Slavic name consists of a given name, followed by the patronymic, and then the family name or surname.

Browse through MomJunction's list to get a unique and beautiful Slavic name for your baby boy or girl.

NAMESMEANINGGENDERFAVOURITES
CharnaDarkGirl
ChecoA small childBoy
ChesnaA calm placeGirl
ChessaThe one who is at peaceGirl
DaliborTo fightBoy
DanicaMorning StarGirl
DanikaElement name; morning starGirl
DannikaLord is supreme; morning starGirl
DarvaHoney Bee; sweetGirl
DarynaThe gift of GodGirl
DavorGod of war; one who has conqured joys and sorrowsBoy
DeanicaA beautiful morning StarGirl
DimasA compassionate and good thief who died with JesusBoy
DimitriEarth lover of Demeter; never endingBoy
DimitriosEarth lover; they are a compassionate personBoy
DraganA dear and beloved person; precious personBoy
DragomirOne who likes to care about peaceBoy
DusanA content soul; satisfiedBoy
ElgivaA holy and sacred human beingGirl
Emikain Slavik this name means charming.Girl
Emondthis means someone who is the protector.Boy
Endellionfire or soul.Girl
Esteraa Polish word for star.Girl
EvkaThe mother of lifeGirl
FedirGift from aboveBoy
FeoShe is the gift of GodsGirl
FeodorA heavenly giftBoy
FeodoraShe who is a gift of heavenGirl
FeodosiaA gift of the godGirl
FialaA violet womanGirl
GavrilThe trust in God or hope in God.Boy
GavrilioGod is my power and strong point.Boy
Iskra"Iskra is derived from a South Slavic word meaning ""spark""."Girl
JaName that means "Me"Unisex
JalenaThe bright oneGirl
JanikaSlavic name meaning God is graciousGirl
JansSlavic - God has been gracious; God is merciful; God has shown favourBoy
JarekOne who is strong and fierceBoy
JarickA strong, fierce oneBoy
JarmilOne who is fierceBoy
JarmilaOne who loves springGirl
JaromilA strong oneBoy
JaromirOne who is both fierce and peacefulBoy
JaromiraFamous Spring; Feminine version of JaromirGirl
JaroslavOne who is gloriously energeticBoy
JaroslavaShe who is energetic and fierceGirl
JaroslawFierce and gloriousBoy
JaroslawaShe who is fierceGirl
JarrickA fierce and dear oneBoy
JaseyGod is graciousGirl
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