50 Stunning Slavic Girl Names

50 Stunning Slavic Girl Names

Slavic names vary widely as they come from a variety of countries across Eastern Europe and Russia, each with its own culture, language, and customs. While these names are not very well-known in the US, some are picking up popularity.

Mila, or its longer variant Kamila, meaning ‘dear,’ is one of the better-known names on this list due to the fame of actress Mila Kunis. It has a sweet, gentle sound perfect for your little girl. Nadia, meaning ‘hope,’ is also starting to rise in popularity on baby name lists but remains rare enough that your daughter is unlikely to be surrounded by peers of the same name.

If you’re looking for name options with significant meanings, Slavic names offer many choices like Mila, Nadia, or Dannika, meaning ‘morning star.’ The meaning of a name has more value to some parents than others, but many believe that names can have an impact on that person’s life, so choosing one with a nice meaning is important.

Slavic countries often have strong religious backgrounds, so you are likely to find names with religious or spiritual connotations like Anca, meaning ‘gracious’ or ‘merciful.’ Ivanna, ‘God is gracious,’ is another example. If you would prefer a name that reflects your faith, Slavic names are worth considering.

Alexandra

Meaning: Shelter provider Of Mankind
Origin: Greek

Anca

Meaning: Gracious or merciful
Origin: Slavic

Angelina

Meaning: The holy angels of God sent from heaven
Origin: Greek

Bohdana

Meaning: Given by God
Origin: Slavic

Bohuslava

Meaning: A woman who always glorifies the almighty
Origin: Slavic

Charna

Meaning: Dark
Origin: Slavic

Chessa

Meaning: At peace
Origin: Slavic

Dannika

Meaning: Morning star
Origin: Slavic

Elena

Meaning: Greek name Helen; bright on
Origin: Greek

Estera

Meaning: Star
Origin: Polish

Etilia

Meaning: Great river
Origin: Slavic

Fania

Meaning: Free
Origin: Slavic

Fedosia

Meaning: God’s gift
Origin: Slavic

Feodora

Meaning: God’s gift
Origin: Slavic

Gavrila

Meaning: God give me strength
Origin: Slavic

Hana

Meaning: Variant of Johanna
Origin: Slavic

Hedy

Meaning: Strife
Origin: Slavic

Ivanna

Meaning: God is gracious
Origin: Slavic

Ikla

Meaning: Flattering
Origin: Slavic

Jan

Meaning: Variant of John
Origin: Slavic

Jaroslava

Meaning: She who is energetic and fierce
Origin: Slavic

Juliana

Meaning: Young
Origin: Hindu

Kasmira

Meaning: Commanding peace
Origin: Slavic

Katarina

Meaning: Pure
Origin: Slavic

Kazatimiru

Meaning: Commanding peace
Origin: Slavic

Kristina

Meaning: A woman of Christian faith
Origin: Slavic

Lada

Meaning: Lada is the name of pagan Slavic Goddes of Love
Origin: Slavic

Lala

Meaning: Tulip
Origin: Slavic

Ludmilla

Meaning: Beloved
Origin: Slavic

Marika

Meaning: Variant of Mary: bitter
Origin: Slavic

Mila (Kamila)

Meaning: Dear
Origin: Slavic

Milana

Meaning: Union
Origin: Slavic

Milka

Meaning: Industrious
Origin: Slavic

Mira

Meaning: Variant of Myra and Miranda
Origin: Slavic

Nadia

Meaning: Morning star
Origin: Slavic

Neda

Meaning: Born on Sunday
Origin: Slavic

Radilu

Meaning: Works for the people
Origin: Slavic

Radinka

Meaning: Active
Origin: Slavic

Radmilla

Meaning: Works for the people
Origin: Slavic

Sonja

Meaning: Wise
Origin: Slavic

Suzan

Meaning: Variant of Hebrew Susannah
Origin: Slavic

Tanis

Meaning: Name borne by several Slavic kings and three saints
Origin: Slavic

Terezia

Meaning: Variant of Theresa which is a popular saint’s name of uncertain meaning
Origin: Slavic

Valdislava

Meaning: Glorious ruler
Origin: Slavic

Valentina

Meaning: Strong, vigourous, healthy
Origin: Slavic

Varina

Meaning: Foreigner
Origin: Slavic

Varvara

Meaning: Foreigner
Origin: Slavic

Velika

Meaning: Great
Origin: Slavic

Zora

Meaning: Dawn
Origin: Slavic

Zorana

Meaning: Dawn
Origin: Slavic