Croatian Names

Male Names
  • Aleksandar (Greek) - Defending men [English and Slovak speaking countries]
  • Danilo (Hebrew) - God is my judge [English, Italian, Portuguese, Serbian and Spanish speaking countries]
  • Milan (Czech) - Dear; beloved [Bulgarian, Czech, English, Polish, Serbian, Slovak and Russian speaking countries]

    Short form of Slavic names such as Miloslav, beginning with the element 'mil' (gracious).

    Milan is also the main city of northern Italy, located in the plains of Lombardy.
    Milan's name comes from the Celtic Medelhan, meaning "in th

  • Niko (Greek) - Victory of the people [English and Finnish speaking countries]

    Niko can also be a short form of Nikolas.

  • Nikola (Greek) - Victory of the people [Croatian, English and Serbian speaking countries]
  • Viktor (Latin) - Victor [English speaking countries]
Female Names
  • Danica (Slavonic) - Morning star [English speaking countries]
  • Katarina (Greek) - Pure [Croatian, English, German, Hungarian, Lithuanian, Serbian and Swedish speaking countries]
  • Mila (Latin) - Rival; emulating [African, Bulgarian, Croatian, Czech, English, Polish, Serbian, Spanish, Swahili and Russian speaking countries]

    Mila is a pet form of various names in eastern European languages, including the Czech Miloslava and Dobromila, the Polish Kamill and Emilia and the Russian Ludmilla. It is also used in Spanish for Emelia.

    It is also the Serbian and Bulgari

  • Olga (German) - Holy [Bulgarian, Croatian, English, Hungarian, Polish, Portuguese, Serbian, Russian and Armenian speaking countries]

    Olga is the Russian form of the name Helga or comes from the male name, Oleg.

    St. Olga was a 10th century saint.

Gender Neutral Names
  • Ana (Hebrew) - Grace; favour [Bulgarian, Croatian, English, Hindi, Portuguese, Romanian, Serbian and Spanish speaking countries]

    As a masculine name Ana is the Malayalam for 'elephant'. As a feminine name it is derived from Anna (ultimately Hannah) and used in Bulgaria, Croatia, Portugal, Romania, Serbia and Spain. It is also used in English-speaking countries.