Slovenian Names

Male Names
  • Anton (Latin) - N/A [Bulgarian, Czech, Dutch, English, German, Romanian and Russian speaking countries]

    This is the Russian form of Antony.

    The name has been borne by Russian playwright Anton Chekhov and Austrian composer Anton Webern.

  • Danilo (Hebrew) - God is my judge [English, Italian, Portuguese, Serbian and Spanish speaking countries]
  • Herbert (German) - Bright army [English and Polish speaking countries]

    Famous Herberts include: 31st US President Herbert Clark Hoover and 41st US President George Herbert Walker Bush. Herbert is also found frequently as a surname.

    Cartoons Family Guy and South Park both have characters with this name: the eld

  • Herman (Germanic) - Man in the army [English speaking countries]
  • Hubert (Germanic) - Bright mind; intelligent [English and Polish speaking countries]

    St. Hubert is the patron saint of hunters.

  • Luka (Greek) - Man from Lucania [English speaking countries]
  • Pavel (Latin) - Small; humble [Bulgarian, Czech, English and Russian speaking countries]
  • Peter (Greek) - Stone [Dutch, English, German and Hungarian speaking countries]

    St Peter was one of the twelve disciples of Jesus, and became the first pope of the Church. Peter's original name was Simon, but it was changed by Jesus to the Aramaic name Cephas (rock). Peter is the Greek equivalent of Cephas.

    The first R

  • Simon (Hebrew) - Listening [English, French and Spanish speaking countries]

    Simon appears several times in the New Testament of the Bible. Simon was the original name of St Peter, one of the twelve apostles and first Bishop of Rome or Pope. Simon the Zealot is named as one of the apostles in the gospel of Luke. It was at Simon t

  • Valentin (Latin) - Healthy, strong [English and French speaking countries]
  • Viktor (Latin) - Victor [English speaking countries]
Female Names
  • Erika (Norse) - Eternal ruler [Czech, Danish, English, German, Hungarian, Norwegian, Slovak and Swedish speaking countries]
  • Katarina (Greek) - Pure [Croatian, English, German, Hungarian, Lithuanian, Serbian and Swedish speaking countries]
  • Sonja (Greek) - Wisdom [English speaking countries]

    Slavic form of Sonya.

    "Red Sonja" is the name of a Marvel Comics heroine, and of a 1985 film featuring that character.

  • Veronika (Greek) - Victory bringer [English speaking countries]
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.