Origin: Macedonian Meaning: from Macedonian trendafil meaning “eglantine, sweet briar”. Trena is a diminutive form of the name. Advertisements
Origin: Bulgarian, Macedonian Захарина (Bulgarian, Macedonian) Meaning: the Bulgarian and Macedonian feminine form of Zechariah meaning “Yahweh remembers”. Zara and Zaharinka are diminutive forms of the name while Zahari is the Bulgarian male form of the name.
Origin: Italian, English Meaning: Simona is the feminine form of Italian masculine Simone; it’s also the feminine form of Simon as well meaning “he has heard” or “God is listening”. Simonetta is the Italian diminutive of Simona Simone (u)
Origin: Slavic Meaning: spark
Origin: Russian, Greek, Bulgarian Варвара (Russian, Macedonian, Bulgarian); Βαρβαρα (Greek) Meaning: the Russian, Bulgarian and Macedonian form of Greek Barbara meaning “foreigner, barbarian” Variants: Barbara, Barbra
Origin: Slavic Владимир (Russian, Serbian, Bulgarian, Macedonian) Meaning: from Slavic elements vladeti “rule” and meru “great, famous” meaning “famous ruler”. According to Behindthename, the second element could also be associated with miru “peace, world” so the meaning could also be “peaceful ruler” or “world ruler”. The Vladimír spelling is the Czech and Slovak form of Vladimir.
Origin: Slavic, Latin Дејан (Serbian and Macedonian) Meaning: either derived from a South Slavic word dejati meaning “to act, to do” or related to Latin deus “god” Variants: Deyan, Dejana (feminine form) Dejan is pronounced “de-yan” with the “j” silent.
Origin: Slavic Милан (Russian, Serbian, Bulgarian, Macedonian) Meaning: from Slavic element milu meaning :gracious, dear”. According to Wikipedia, it also has Indian and Latin origins; in Hindu it’s supposed to mean “eager”, “worthy”, or “competitor”, all coming from an expression meaning “a coming together”. In Latin, it’s supposed to mean “eager and laborious” In Slavic-speaking countries, Milan…
Origin: Russian, Bulgarian, Ukrainian, Serbian, Croatian, Czech, Slovene, Macedonian, English Meaning: Slavic form of John, meaning “Yahweh is gracious” Although in English, Ivan is always pronounced as “eye-ven”, in Russian and Ukrainian it’s pronounced as “ee-vahn”
Origin: Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, English, German, Dutch, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, Czech, Slovene, Bulgarian, Croatian, Macedonian, Russian, Georgian, Biblical Meaning: form of Eve, meaning to breathe or to live
Origin: Bulgarian, Macedonian, Polish Meaning: viburnum tree Калина (Bulgarian and Macedonian)
Origin: Bulgarian, Macedonian, Croatian, Serbian, Irish Meaning: marigold; saintly, holy, religious Neven is the masculine form of Nevena, which means marigold; it could also be a variant spelling of Irish Nevan, which means either holy, religious, or saintly;
Origin: Croatian, Serbian, Slovene, Macedonian Meaning: gift
Origin: Greek, Macedonian Meaning: Greek and Macedonian form of Katherine, which could mean “pure, chaste” from the Greek katharos; or it could come from hekateros, “each of the two; singly”; or from Greek aikia meaning “torture”. It could also be a Coptic name meaning “my consecration of your name”
Origin: Greek, Finnish, English, German, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, Dutch, Czech, Slovak, Slovene, Bulgarian, Croatian, Serbian, Macedonian, Hungarian, Meaning: feminine form of Peter, meaning “stone” or “rock” Variants: Peta, Petrina, Penka
Origin: Russian, Bulgarian, German, Slovene, Croatian, Macedonian, Serbian, Georgian Meaning: could possibly mean wolf, short, or snow leopard