Polish Diminutives

...that are NOT variations and therefore cannot be used (or couldn't be used for a very long time) as official first names in Poland. - Created by Ariadna

  • Ala

    diminutive of either Alicja or Alina

  • Albek

    diminutive of Albert

  • Amelcia

    cutesy diminutive of Amelia

  • Ania

    diminutive of Anna

  • Arek

    diminutive of Arkadiusz

  • Arturek

    diminutive of Artur

  • Asia

    diminutive of Joanna

  • Aga

    diminutive of either Agata or Agnieszka

  • Bartek

    diminutive of Bartosz and Bartłomiej

  • Basia

    diminutive of Barbara

  • Benek

    diminutive of either Benedykt or Bernard

  • Cela

    diminutive of either Celina or Cecylia

  • Danka

    diminutive of Danuta

  • Darek

    diminutive of Dariusz

  • Ela

    diminutive of Elżbieta

  • Fabek

    diminutive of Fabian

  • Fela

    diminutive of Felicja

  • Florek

    diminutive of Florian

  • Franio

    diminutive of Franciszek

  • Hania

    diminutive of Hanna

  • Hela

    diminutive of Helena

  • Ignacek

    clumsy diminutive of Ignacy

  • Iwonka

    diminutive of Iwona

  • Iza

    diminutive of Izabela, Izabella

  • Janek

    diminutive of Jan

  • Janka

    diminutive of Janina

  • Jarek

    diminutive of Jarosław

  • Jas

    [correct spelling: Jaś] diminutive of Jan

  • Jasia

    diminutive of Janina

  • Jola

    diminutive of Jolanta

  • Julka

    diminutive of Julia

  • Jurek

    diminutive of Jerzy

  • Kamilka

    diminutive of Kamila

  • Karolek

    diminutive of Karol

  • Karolinka

    diminutive of Karolina

  • Kasia

    diminutive of Katarzyna

  • Kazia

    diminutive of Kazimiera

  • Krysia

    diminutive of Krystyna

  • Kuba

    diminutive of Jakub; though recently used on its own

  • Lutek

    diminutive of Lucjan

  • Madzia

    diminutive of Magda and Magdalena

  • Maks

    diminutive of Maksymilian

  • Marysia

    diminutive of Maria

  • Mela

    diminutive of Melania

  • Melcia

    far-fetched diminutive of either Amelia or Melania

  • Mietek

    diminutive of Mieczysław

  • Monia

    diminutive of Monika

  • Maciek

    diminutive of Maciej

  • Nastka

    diminutive of Anastazja

  • Nastusia

    cutesy diminutive of Anastazja

  • Ola

    diminutive of Aleksandra

  • Olek

    diminutive of Aleksander

  • Piotrek

    diminutive of Piotr

  • Renia

    diminutive of Renata

  • Rysio

    diminutive of Ryszard

  • Sabinka

    diminutive of Sabina

  • Sewek

    diminutive of Seweryn

  • Stasia

    diminutive of Stanisława

  • Stefcia

    diminutive of Stefania

  • Tadek

    diminutive of Tadeusz

  • Terenia

    diminutive of Teresa

  • Tolek

    diminutive of Anatol

  • Tomek

    diminutive of Tomasz

  • Tosia

    diminutive of Antonina

  • Tymek

    diminutive of Tymon and Tymoteusz

  • Ula

    diminutive of Urszula

  • Zocha

    augmentative of Zofia

  • Zosia

    diminutive of Zofia

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