172 Slovak Baby Names With Meanings

Slovak or Czech ancestry is full of fun baby names but are unique at the same time.

Slovakia, the former country of Czechoslovakia, had a traditional naming culture and heritable, and they continued the tradition even after the split in 1993. The Slovak people follow the western naming order, with the personal name first and surname last. And the family names for males and females are distinct, making it easier to identify the gender from the name alone. For instance, if the family surname is Horvath for males, it will be Horathova for the females. Slovakians rarely use a middle name.

Two elements are very common in Slovak names – 'slav’, meaning glory and ‘mir’, which means famous or great. Most of the Slovak names are formed using one of these two elements. Also, Slovak names are spelled phonetically, and the emphasis or stress often falls on the first syllable.

Jozef and Maria are the most common Slovak names for boys and girls, respectively, but there are plenty of other Slovakian baby names, which are still undiscovered. But that shouldn't stress you out as MomJunction has scoured the Internet to compile a comprehensive list of Slovak baby names. Take a look.

NAMESMEANINGGENDERFAVOURITES
AdamMan, earthBoy
AdelaA short form of adelaideGirl
Emathis means serious or grandmother or nurse or Wife of Jarl.Girl
FilipA horse lover (Spanish)Boy
HanaArabic for "happiness," and Japanese for "flower," Korean for "One, First, Consistency," and Hawaiian for "workGirl
JakubSiezed by the handBoy
KristinaA woman of Christian faithGirl
LukasHe who illuminatesBoy
MartinA warlike, hostile individualBoy
MatejOne considered a God's GiftBoy
Michalthe person who put up with somebody unpleasant.Girl
NataliaNewcomer to this world on Christ's born day.Girl
NelaEnjoying or marked by joy or pleasureGirl
NinaThe precious talent from the most high God.Girl
SamaelName of the mythological archangel, it means Blindness of God or Venom of GodBoy
SebastianHe who is from SebastiaBoy
SofiaMeans wisdom in Greek. A wise womanGirl
ThomasTwinBoy
ViktoriaCroatian form of Victoria, meaning victory.Girl
AigneisShe who is chaste, holyGirl
AlexejAlexej is a form of Alexander and means defender of mankind.Boy
AlžbetaConsecrated to GodGirl
AlžbìtaA form of Elizabeth, meaning consecrated to God.Girl
AndìlAngel or messengerBoy
AndìlaAngel, messengerGirl
AnnaName of a King; Food; Grain; Earth and Water; GodBoy
AntonínHe who is invaluable or priceless.Boy
BarèinkaForeign, strangeGirl
BarkaForeign, strange. A form of Barèinka.Girl
BartolomìjA form of Bartholomew, meaning son of Talmai.Boy
BarunkaForeign, strange. A form of Barèinka.Girl
BedoichA peaceful rulerBoy
BedrisekA form of Bedoich, meaning peaceful rulerBoy
BenesHe who is blessed.Boy
BlažejOne who talks with lisp.Boy
BohumilaGod-favorGirl
BohumírPeace of GodBoy
BonifácGood destiny, fateBoy
BranislavaGlorious protectorGirl
BronislavaGlorious protector. A form of Branislava.Girl
CenckConqueringBoy
CenekA form of Cenck, meaning conquering.Boy
CtiborBattle of honorBoy
DalekDistant battleBoy
DalekaDistant battleGirl
DalenkaDistant battle. A Form of Daleka.Girl
DaliboraDistant battleGirl
DalkaDistant battleGirl
DobromilKind, graciousBoy
DrahomírPrecious peaceBoy
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