151 Slovene Baby Names For Boys And Girls

Slovene is an Indo-European language, belonging to the family of South Slavic languages. Spoken by over two million people in the world, Slovene is one of the few languages that has preserved the grammatical number from Proto-Indo-European.

The country Slovenia has had a turbulent history. It has been a part of many different nations and empires, which is why the Slovene first names have cultural influences from all over the world. As for the surname, Slovenians follow a standard, European naming convention. But they do not follow the patronymic system, which is common in eastern European countries. But you will still find the existence of remnants of this system in some of their surnames, take Johnson for example. Most of the Slovenian family names end with –eč or –ič. Women adopt the family name of the husband after the wedding. Also, titles like Gospod (Mr), Gospa (Mrs), and Gospodicna (Miss) are used in conjunction with the family name.

Search through MomJunction's unique collection of Slovene baby boy and girl names below. To get complete details, just click on the name.

NAMESMEANINGGENDERFAVOURITES
AnaGracious and satisfyingGirl
AndrejOld Greek - Male; Manly; Brave; Virility; A variant of name AndreasBoy
AndrejaCroatian form of Andrew, meaning manly or masculine.Boy
AntonThe one who is worthy of praise and is pricelessBoy
BarbaraStranger, visitor, alien,Girl
FrancRefers to a Frenchman; independent and nobleBoy
IrenaA variant of Irene, which means PeaceGirl
IvanGift of GodGirl
JanezGod's gracious giftBoy
JozeTo add, increaseBoy
Jozefit means jenovah will increase. These people prove to be very best friend and take quick decisions.Boy
MajaShe who is splendidGirl
MarijaA woman of the sea of sorrownessGirl
MarjanA small pearlBoy
MarkoOne who is malny but tenderBoy
MatejaHe is a God' s GiftBoy
MojcaThe beloved one.Girl
NatasaWho celebrates the birthday on Christmas day.Girl
NinaThe precious talent from the most high God.Girl
PeterOne who is a rock and a stoneBoy
AlfonzSlovene form of Alfonso, meaning noble and ready.Boy
AljažDerived from a Slovene surname.Boy
AljošaSlovene form of Alyosha, meaning helper or defenderBoy
AlojzFamous WarriorBoy
AlojzijSlovene form of Aloysius, meaning a noble warrior.Boy
AlojzijaWar, battleGirl
AmadejSlovene form of Amadeus, meaning to love God.Boy
AmbrožSlovene form of Ambrosius, meaning immortal.Boy
AndražSlovene form of Andrew, meaning manly.Boy
AnejSlovene form of Aeneas, meaning praise.Boy
AntonijaAnother form of Antonia; the one who is worthy of praise and is pricelessGirl
AnzeVariant of Janez, meaning God is gracious.Boy
ApolonijaStrengthGirl
AvgustGreatBoy
AvguštinGreat and venerableBoy
BlažSlovene form of Blag, meaning 'pleasant or gentle'.Boy
BogomirGod is great.Boy
BohumírGod is great.Boy
BojanOne who fights in battlesBoy
BojanaShe who is a fighter in the battlesGirl
BorPine treeBoy
BorutDiminutive of Boris, meaning snow leopardBoy
BoškoGod givenBoy
BostjanShort form of Sebastjan and means from Sebaste.Boy
BOŽENAShe who is DivineGirl
BozoDivineBoy
BranislavProtection of the glory or fameBoy
BudimirTo make peaceBoy
CirillaThe mistress; lady; female term for CirilGirl
ČrtShort form of Črtomir, meaning peace, worldBoy
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