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Thread: A Slavic Name for Baby?
November 15th, 2012 05:00 PM #1Senior Member
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A Slavic Name for Baby?
I started looking at slavic names today. My boyfriend and I both have a lot of slavic ancestry, and we thought maybe we should consider a slavic (russian/polish/czech) middle name for our baby. Only if we find one we truly love though, it's just a little experiment really to see where we get and what we find. So do you have any suggestions, any favourite slavic names? If you've got any opinions on these, it's appreciated (but not necessary)!
This far we have:
November 15th, 2012 06:23 PM #3Senior Member
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I really like MilenaJosephine Athénaïs - Josephine Ivy - Myriam Athénaïs - Vivienne Josephine
Athena Beatrice - Beatrice Cecile - Eléonor Anne-Sophie -Myriam Beatrice - Meredith ElizabethAmbrose Aristide - Ulysses Aristide
Girls: Aenor, Bérangère, Bérénice, Catalina, Honorine, Nadezhda Boys: Augustin, Calixte, Emeric, Hugo, Lambert, Maxandre, Maxence, Yves
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November 15th, 2012 06:36 PM #5Senior Member
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November 15th, 2012 08:49 PM #7http://www.onceuponatimebabynames.com/
http://www.babynames.com/namelist/9772380 (please vote!)
Due December 13, 2014 (12/13/14) It's a boy!
Zorina, Faustine, Castalia, Vasilisa, Indrina, Calluna, Anaxandra, Hildana, Selenia, Lisandra, Satyana
... Alaric, Silvan, Alistair, Stellan, Rainer, Evander or Evren, Caspian, Soren, Theron, Sander, Sven
November 15th, 2012 09:58 PM #9
I really love Oksana!
I don't know a ton about Slavic names in general, but I researched Polish names a while ago for a short story I wrote for a writing class, and ever since I've had a massive thing for Polish names! These are some of my favorites, feel free to take them if they appeal:
Lilija (said just like Lilia)
Eliasz (not sure how Jonasz and Eliasz are different from Jonas and Elias, but I do love them!)
Ariadna, Gracja, Lilija, and Ziven are my very favorites of them, though.
ETA: I know the most adorable Belarusian baby girl named Milana, too. Her mom calls her Milanka sometimes, I think that's adorable. And the similar Milena is equally stunning, I think that'd be a lovely Slavic choice, too.
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