Czech and Slovak Boy Names

Aleš

Nickname for Polish Aleksander "defender of mankind."

Alexandr

Czech form of Alexander, meaning defender of mankind

Alexej

Czech form of Alexius, meaning defender

Alojz

Slovak and Slovene form of Latin Aloysius, meaning "famous warrior."

Andel

Czech form of unisex Angel, meaning Angel, messenger

AntonÍn

French form of Roman Antoninus, possibly meaning invaluable

Arnost

Czech form of English Ernest, meaning battle to the death

AugustÍn

French form of Roman Augustinus, meaning venerable

Å imon

Czech form of Simeon, meaning hearkening

ŠtÉpÁn

Czech form of Greek Stephanos, meaning crown

Bartolomej

Czech form of Bartholomew, meaning son of Talmai

Beda

Pet form of Czech Bedrich and Bedrisek, both meaning peaceful ruler

Bedrich

Czech form of English Frederick, meaning peaceful ruler

Bedrisek

Czech form of English Frederick, meaning peaceful ruler

Benes

Czech form of Benedict, meaning blessed

Blazej

Czech form of French Blaise, meaning talks with a lisp

Bohdan

Czech and Ukrainian form of Bogdan, meaning "God-gift."

Bohumil

Czech form of Polish Bogumił, meaning God-favor

Bohumir

Czech name meaning God-peace, from Slavic bog god and mir peace

Bohuslav

Czech and Ukrainian form of Polish Bogusław, meaning "God-glory."

Bonifac

Czech form of English/French Boniface, meaning good destiny/fate

Bozidar

Divine gift Czech name composed of the Slavic elements bozy divine and dar gift

Branislav

Czech form of Polish Bronislaw, meaning glorious protector

Bronislav

Czech and Russian form of Polish Bronislaw, meaning "glorious protector."

Cenck

Pet form of Czech Vincenc, meaning conquering

Cenek

Pet form of Czech Vincenc, meaning conquering

Ctibor

Czech form of Polish Czcibor, meaning battle of honor

Dal

Pet form of Czech Dalibor, meaning distant battle

Dalek

Pet form of Czech Dalibor, meaning distant battle

Dalibor

Distant battle Czech name derived from an old Slavic name, itself composed of the elements dal afar and borit to fight

Damek

Cz. Surname meaning of the earth

Danes

Czech pet form of Daniel, meaning God is my judge

Danousek

Czech pet form of Daniel, meaning God is my judge

Dobromil

Kind and gracious Czech name composed of the elements dobro kind, good and mil grace

Dominik

Czech and Polish form of English Dominic, meaning "belongs to the lord."

Drahomir

Czech form of Romanian Dragomir, meaning precious peace

Drahoslav

Czech form of Romanian Dragoslav, meaning precious glory

Dusa

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

Dusan

Czech name derived from the Slavic element dusha, meaning soul, spirit

Dusanek

Pet form of Czech Dušan, meaning soul, spirit

Dusek

Pet form of Czech Dušan, meaning soul, spirit

Eduard

Hungarian form of English Edward, meaning "guardian of prosperity."

Edvard

Czech and Scandinavian form of English Edward, meaning "guardian of prosperity."

EliÁŠ

Czech form of Elijah, meaning the Lord is my God

Evzen

Czech form of English Eugene, meaning well born

Filip

Bulgarian and Czech form of English Philip, meaning lover of horses

Frantisek

Czech form of Latin Franciscus, meaning free

Gaba

Pet form of Czech Gabirel, meaning strong man of God

Gabek

Pet form of Czech Gabirel, meaning strong man of God

Gabirel

Czech form of English Gabriel, meaning strong man of God

Georg

Czech and German form of English George, meaning "earth-worker, farmer."

Havel

Czech and Slovak form of Roman Gallus, meaning rooster

Holic

Cz. Occupational surname meaning barber

Honza

Czech pet form of Scandinavian Jan, meaning God is gracious

IgnÁc

Abbreviated form of Slovene Ignacij, possibly meaning "unknowing."

Imrich

Slovak form of English Henry, meaning home-ruler

Ivan

Bulgarian and Czech form of John, meaning God is gracious

Jakub

Czech and Polish form of Jacob, meaning "supplanter."

Jan

Scandinavian form of Latin Johannes, meaning "God is gracious."

Jarek

Czech and Polish pet form of names beginning with Slavic jaro, meaning "spring."

Jarmil

Variant of Czech Jaromil, meaning spring-favor

JaromÍr

Polish form of Czech Jaromír, meaning "spring peace."

Jaromil

Spring-favor Czech name composed of the Slavic elements jaro spring and mil favor

Jaroslav

Czech and Slovak form of Polish Jaroslaw, meaning spring glory

Jindrich

Czech form of English Henry, meaning home-ruler

Jiri

Czech form of Greek Georgios, meaning earth-worker, farmer

Johan

Czech, German and Scandinavian form of Latin Johannes, meaning "God is gracious."

Josef

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

Julius

Slovak form of Julius, possibly meaning soft-bearded, a symbolic reference to youth

Juraj

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

Kaja

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

Kajicek

Czech pet form of Danish Kai, possibly meaning chicken, hen

Kajik

Czech pet form of Danish Kai, possibly meaning chicken, hen

Kajin

Czech form of Danish Kai, possibly meaning chicken, hen

Kajinek

Czech pet form of Danish Kai, possibly meaning chicken, hen

Karel

Czech, Dutch and Slovene form of Charles, meaning "man."

Karol

Koloman

Czech, German and Slovak form of Latin Columbanus, meaning "dove."

Konstantin

Czech, German, Hungarian, Russian and Scandinavian form of Roman Constantine, meaning "steadfast."

Kopecky

Cz. Surname meaning hill
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