Czech and Slovak Girl Names

Adela

Czech form of Adela, meaning noble

Adele

Nickname for French Adélaïde, meaning noble

Agáta

Italian and Spanish form of English Agatha, meaning "good."

AignÉis

Czech form of Agnes, meaning chaste; holy

AlŽbeta

Slovak form of Elisabeth, meaning God is my oath

Alica

Slovak form of Alice, meaning noble sort

Alina

Feminine form of Romanian Alin, meaning "to soothe."

Alzbeta

Czech form of Elisabeth, meaning God is my oath

Andela

Czech form of Angela, meaning angel, messenger

Aneta

Czech nickname for Latin Anna, meaning favor; grace

Antonie

Czech feminine form of Anthony, possibly meaning invaluable

Å imona

Feminine form of Czech Šimon, meaning hearkening

Bara

Pet form of Czech Barbora, meaning foreign; strange

Barbora

Czech equivalent of Greek Barbara, meaning foreign; strange

Barcinka

Pet form of Czech Barbora, meaning foreign; strange

Barka

Pet form of Czech Barbora, meaning foreign; strange

Baruna

Pet form of Czech Barbora, meaning foreign; strange

Barunka

Pet form of Czech Barbora, meaning foreign; strange

Baruska

Pet form of Czech Barbora, meaning foreign; strange

Berta

Czech and Polish form of Bertha, meaning "bright."

Blanka

Czech and Polish form of English/French Blanche, meaning "white."

Bohdana

Feminine form of Czech/Ukrainian Bohdan, meaning "God-gift."

Bohumila

Feminine form of Czech Bohumil, meaning God-favor

Bohuslava

Feminine form of Czech/Ukrainian Bohuslav, meaning "God-glory."

Bora

Pet form of Czech Barbora, meaning foreign; strange

Bozena

Feminine form of Czech Bozidar, meaning divine gift

Branislava

Feminine form of Czech Branislav, meaning glorious protector

Branka

Pet form of Czech Branislava, meaning glorious protector

Bronislava

Feminine form of Czech/Russian Bronislav, meaning "glorious protector."

Capeka

Czech/Croatian name meaning little stork

Daleka

Pet form of Czech Dalibora, meaning distant battle

Dalena

Pet form of Czech Dalibora, meaning distant battle

Dalenka

Pet form of Czech Dalibora, meaning distant battle

Dalibora

Feminine form of Czech Dalibor, meaning distant battle

Dalka

Pet form of Czech Dalibora, meaning distant battle

Dominika

Feminine form of Czech/Polish Dominik, meaning "belongs to the lord."

Dorota

Czech and Polish form of Latin Dorothea, meaning "gift of God."

Drahomira

Feminine form of Czech Drahomír, meaning precious peace

Drahoslava

Feminine form of Czech Drahoslav, meaning precious glory

Dusa

Czech unisex pet form of masculine Dušan and feminine Dušana, meaning soul, spirit

Dusana

Feminine form of Czech Dušan, meaning soul, spirit

Dusanka

Pet form of Czech Dušana, meaning soul, spirit

Dusicka

Pet form of Czech Dušana, meaning soul, spirit

Duska

Pet form of Czech Dušana, meaning soul, spirit

Edita

Czech and Lithuanian form of English Edith, meaning fortune and strife

Eliska

Pet form of Czech Alžběta, meaning God is my oath

Elita

Pet form of Czech Alžběta, meaning God is my oath

Emilia

Slovak form of Roman Aemilia, meaning rival

Evicka

Czech pet form of Latin Eva, meaning alive, living

Evinka

Czech pet form of Eve, meaning alive, living

Evka

Czech pet form of Latin Eva, meaning alive, living

Evulka

Czech pet form of Latin Eva, meaning alive, living

Evuska

Czech pet form of Latin Eva, meaning alive, living

Filipa

Feminine form of Bulgarian/Czech Filip, meaning lover of horses

Frantiska

Feminine form of Czech František, meaning free

Hana (花)

Nickname for Czech Johana, meaning God is gracious

Hedvika

Czech form of German Hedwig, meaning contending war

Irenka

Czech and Polish pet form of Latin Irena, meaning "peace."

Iva

Nickname for Bulgarian/Czech Ivana, meaning God is gracious

Ivana

Bulgarian and Czech feminine form of Ivan, meaning God is gracious

Ivanka

Pet form of Bulgarian/Czech Ivana, meaning God is gracious

Izabela

Czech form of Latin Isabella, meaning God is my oath

Jarka

Czech feminine form of Jarek, meaning spring

Jarmila

Feminine form of Czech Jarmil, meaning spring favor

Jaroslava

Feminine form of Czech/Slovak Jaroslav, meaning spring glory

Jindriska

Feminine form of Czech Jindřich, meaning home-ruler

Jirina

Feminine form of Czech Jiří, meaning earth-worker, farmer

Jitka

Pet form of Czech Judita, meaning Jewess; woman of Judea, or according to folk etymology praise

Johana

Czech feminine form of Johan, meaning God is gracious

Jolana

Czech and Slovene form of English Yolanda, meaning "violet flower."

Josefa

Czech and Portuguese feminine form of Josef, meaning "(God) shall add," which is usually taken to mean "God will add another son."

Judita

Czech form of English Judith, meaning Jewess; woman of Judea, or according to folk etymology praise

Julia

Hungarian and Slovak form of Roman Julia, possibly meaning "youth."

Kaja

Feminine form of Scandinavian Kaj, possibly meaning "chicken, hen."

KarolÍna

Hungarian, Polish and Scandinavian form of Carolina, meaning "man."

KatarÍna

Swedish form of Katherine, meaning "pure." This form is also used in Germany, Hungary, and many Slavic countries.

KateŘina

Czech form of Katherine, meaning pure

Kristyna

Czech form of Christina, meaning follower of Christ

Kveta

Czech name derived from the word kvet, meaning flower blossom

Ladislava

Variant of Czech Vladislava, meaning rules with glory
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