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Girl Names of Slavic language or origin

Slavic names for baby girls, with 363 entries. Slavic languages form the largest ethno-linguistic group in Europe, with Russian being the most widely-spoken Slavic language at 145 million speakers. Popular Slavic names are a mix of names taken from the saints of the orthodox church and of local historical heroes. Slavic names have also found acceptance in western popular culture.

Slavic names are popular as baby girl names. Their usage peaked in 1971 with 5.262% of baby girls being given Slavic names. Within the top 1000 baby names then, there were 27 Slavic names. The names have slipped in popularity since then, but they are nevertheless of heavy use in recent times. In 2017, their total usage was 2.298% with 32 Slavic names listed among the top 1000. Among all Slavic names, Mila (African, Czech, English, Polish, Russian, Slavic, Spanish, and Swahili) was the most widely used, with a ranking of #30 and a usage of 0.3169%.


Adrianawoman from Hadria; dark one ... language of origin is Latin ... predominantly used in Czech, English, ...

Adrijanawoman from Hadria; dark one ... largely used in the Slavic language ... variant transcription of Adriana ...

Afroditarisen from foam ... used predominantly in the Albanian, ... derived from Old Greek origins ...

Agatakind, good ... language of origin is Old Greek ... predominantly used in the Czech, English, ...

Agnessapure, chaste; kind, good; hunger; ... used chiefly in the English, Russian, ... variant of Agatha ...

Ajlahalo, circle of light, moonlight ... largely used in the Slavic language and ...

Albinawhite; blond, fair one ... language of origin is Latin ... predominantly used in English, German, ...

Albínawhite; blond, fair one ...is of Latin origin ... used mainly in the Czech and Slavic ... form of Albina ...

Alekkodefender of men ... language of origin is Old Greek and it is ... form of Alexandra ...

Aleksandradefender of men ... mainly used in Polish, Russian, and ... of Old Greek origin ... variant form of Alexandra ...

Alekseydefender of men ... language of origin is Old Greek ... predominantly used in Russian and Slavic ...

Aleksidefender of men; defender ... language of origin is Old Greek and it is ... form of Alexa ...

Alenaof Magdala; hazelnut; bird; bright ... has its origins in the Old Greek, Slavonic, ... derivative of Alexandra ...

Alenkabright one, shining one; of Magdala; ... used predominantly in the English, ... variation of Alena ...

Alexandradefender of men ... language of origin is Old Greek ... predominantly used in Czech, Dutch, ...

Alicamost beautiful; she who drives out beautiful women; of a noble kind; noble, honorable; ornament, brightness ...

Alisajoy; of a noble kind; noble, honorable; ... used mostly in German, English, Russian, ...

Alojziaits origins in the Old French language and it ... variant transcription of Aloisia ...

Alojzijais a Slavic name of Old French origin ... variant transcription of Aloisia ... rare as a baby girl name ...

Amalijawork; imitating, rivaling; work ... largely used in Slavic and it is ... variant transcription of Amalia ...

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