Croatian Boy Names

Andrija

Croatian and Serbian form of Andrew, meaning "man; warrior."

Andro

Croatian form of Andrew, meaning man; warrior

Ante

Croatian form of Anthony, possibly meaning invaluable

Antun

Croatian form of Anthony, possibly meaning invaluable

Branimir

Bulgarian and Croatian name composed of the Slavic elements bron protection and mir peace

Dmitar

Croatian form of Greek Demetrios, meaning loves the earth

Dragan

Croatian and Serbian name derived from the Slavic element drag, meaning "dear, beloved."

Dubravko

Croatian name derived from the word dubrava meaning oak grove

Emerik

Croatian form of German Emerick, meaning work-power

Franjo

Croatian form of English Francis, meaning free

Goran

Croatian and Serbian name meaning "mountain man."

Grgur

Croatian form of English Gregory, meaning watchful; vigilant

Jadranko

Croatian form of English Adrian, meaning from Hadria

Jakov

Croatian form of Jacob, meaning supplanter

Josip

Croatian and Slovene form of Joseph, meaning "(God) shall add," which is usually taken to mean "God will add another son."

Jozo

Croatian pet form of Josip, meaning (God) shall add, which is usually taken to mean God will add another son

Juraj

Croatian and Slovak form of George, meaning earth-worker, farmer

Jure

Croatian and Slovene form of George, meaning "earth-worker, farmer."

Kristijan

Croatian, Serbian and Slovene form of Christian, meaning "follower of Christ."

Marijan

Croatian and Slovene form of Roman Marianus, meaning "like Marius."

Miho (美保)

Nickname for Croatian Mihovil, meaning "who is like God?"

Mihovil

Croatian form of Michael, meaning "who is like God?"

Mirko

Pet form of Croatian Emerik, meaning work-power

Pavao

Croatian form of Paul, meaning small

Pero

Croatian pet form of Petar, meaning rock; stone

Petar

Croatian and Bulgarian form of Peter, meaning rock; stone

Slavco

Croatian name meaning glory

Srecko

Croatian and Serbian form of Slovene Srečko, meaning "luck."

Stjepan

Croatian form of English Stephen, meaning crown

Toma

Pet form of Russian Tamara, meaning "palm tree."

Tvrtko

Croatian name derived from the word tvrd, meaning hard

Velimir

Great peace Croatian name composed of the Slavic elements vele great and mir peace

Vinko

Croatian form of English Vincent, meaning conquering

Vjeko

Nickname for Croatian Vjekoslav, meaning age-glory

Vjekoslav

Age-glory Croatian name composed of the Slavic elements vek alive and slav glory

Vlaho

Croatian form of Roman Blasius, meaning talks with a lisp

Zelimir

Desire peace Croatian name composed of the Slavic elements shelit desire and mir peace

Zeljko

Pet form of Croatian ┼Żelimir, meaning desire peace

Zlatan

Croatian name meaning gold

Zlatko

Pet form of Croatian Zlatan, meaning gold

Zvonimir

Sound of peace Croatian name composed of the Slavic elements zvon chime, sound and mir peace

Zvonko

Pet form of Croatian Zvonimir, meaning sound of peace
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