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Re: [S-R] SLOVAKIA'S MOST COMMON GIVEN NAMES

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  • MGMojher
    Slavic names popular in Slovakia and Czech Republic Feminine: Blahoslava, Blahuse, Bojana, Bojka, Boleslava, Bolena, Bolerka, Bohumira, Bohuslava, Bozidara,
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      Slavic names popular in Slovakia and Czech Republic
      Feminine:

      Blahoslava, Blahuse, Bojana, Bojka, Boleslava, Bolena, Bolerka, Bohumira, Bohuslava, Bozidara, Boza, Bozena, Bozka, Bratislava, Bretislava, Bretka, Breticka, Bronislava/Branislava, Brana, Branka, Brona, Bronicka, Bronka, Dobrali, Dobromila, Dobromira, Dobroslava, Drahomira, Draha, Drahuse, Drahuska, Draza, Dusana, Dusa, Sudanka, Dusicka, Duska, Jarka, Kvetoslava, Kveta, Kvetka, Kvetuse, Kvetuska, Libera, Liba, Libenka, Libuse, Libuska, Lidmila, Ludmilla, Ludmila, Lida, Lidka, Liduna, Lidunka, Liduse, Lizuska, Lubomira, Luba, Lubena, Lubina, Lubina, Lubka, Lubuska, Mecislava, Melina, Mecka, Mila, Milena, Milady, Miladena, Milana, Mlada, Mladena, Miladka, Milanka, Milenka, Milka, Miluse, Miluska, Mlaska, Mladuska, Miloslava, Miroslava, Mira, Mirka, Miruska, Nadezda/Nadezhda, Nadeja, Neda/Nedda, Pribislava, Pribena, Próbka, Pribuska, Radomia, Rada, Radlinka, Radoslava, Rada, Rostislava, Rosta, Rostina, Rostinka, Rostuska, Sobeslava, Sobena, Sobeska, Stanislava, Stana, Stanicka, Stanuska, Svetlana, Svetla, Svetlanka, Svetluse, Svetluska, Veleslava, Vela, Velina, Velinka, Velka, Veluska, Venceslava/Vaclava, Vena, Venka, Venuska, Vera, Vierka, Verka, Veruska, Vladimíra, Vladmira, Vladislava/Ladislava, Valeska, Vlasta, Zbyhneva, Zbyna, Zbysa, Zbyhneka, Zbyhneuska, Zdenka, Zdeslava, Zdislava, Desa, Zdeska, Zwisa, Zdiska, Zelislava, Zitomira, Zitka, Zituse, Zivanka, Zivka, Zivuse, Zivuska, Zlata, Zlatina, Zlatinka, Zlatka, Zlatuje, Zlatuska, Zlatana, Zlatunka, Zoila, Zora, Zorah[12][13]

      Masculine:

      Blahoslav, Blahos, Blahosek, Bohdan, Bohumil, Bohumír, Bohuslav, Bojan, Bujanek, Bojek, Boleslav, Bolek Borivoj, Bora, Borik, Borek, Borzivoi, Bozidar, Bratislav, Bretislav, Bretik, Bronislav/Branislav, Branek, Branik, Budislav, Budek, Ceslav/Ctislav, Ctibor, Dalibor, Dobromil, Dobromir, Dobroslav, Drahomir, Draha, Drahos, Drahosek, Durko, Sudan, Sudanek, Dusek, Honza, Jarek, Jarousek, Jaromil, Jaromir, Jarek, Jaropluk, Jaroslav, Jur, Karda, Kvetoslav, Lubomir, Lubor, Lumir, Luba, Lubek, Luborek, Lubos, Lubosek, Ludomir, Ludoslav, Mecislav, Mecek, Mecik, Mecislavek, Milan, Milic, Miloslav, Milda, Milon, Milos, Miroslav, Mirek, Mstislav, Nepomuk, Pomuk, Nepomucek, Premysl, Myslik, Premek, Pribislav, Priba, Pribik, Pribisek, Radek/Radik, Radacek, Radan, Radko, Rados, Radousek, Radomir/Radimir, Radim, Radoslav, Rostislav, Rosta, Rostek, Rosticek, Rostik, Slavomir, Slava, Slavoj, Sobeslav, Sobek, Sobik, Stanislav, Stana, Standa, Stanek, Stanko, Stanicek, Stanik, Svatomir, Svatopluk, Svatoslav, Techomir, Techoslav, Veleslav, Vela, Velek, Velousek, Venceslav/Vaclav, Vacek, Vasek, Vena, Venousek, Wenzel, Vladimír, Vladislav/Ladislav, Vlad, Vlastimil, Vojtech, Vojta, Wojtek, Vojtik, Vojtisek, Zbyhnev, Zbyna, Zbytek, Zbytek, Zelislav, Zelek, Zelicek, Zelik, Zelousek, Zdeslav, Zdislav, Zdik Zdisek, Zitomir, Zitek, Zitousek, Zivan,Zivanek, Zivek, Zivko, Zlatan, Zlatek, Zlaticek, Zlatik, Klatko, Zlatousek[12][13]

      [12]^ a b "Czech and Slovak names".

      [13]^ a b "Czech and Slovak Names of Slavic Origin".


      From: MGMojher
      Sent: Tuesday, February 19, 2013 8:17 AM
      To: SLOVAK-ROOTS@yahoogroups.com
      Subject: [S-R] SLOVAKIA'S MOST COMMON GIVEN NAMES


      The most common given names in Slovakia (as of 2010)[2] Male names Total people Female names Total people
      Jozef 175,593 Mária 225,471
      Ján 174,949 Anna 161,812
      Peter 158,593 Zuzana 88,276
      Martin 87,283 Katarína 88,001
      Štefan 80,647 Eva 85,952
      Milan 78,781 Jana 85,518
      Michal 78,548 Helena 66,898
      Miroslav 78,093 Monika 48,667
      Tomáš 59,653 Marta 47,586
      Ladislav 58,927 Martina 44,738
      [2]
      a.. ^ "Najčastejším menom, ktorým rodičia pomenovali svoje dieťa v roku 2010, je Jakub. (The most common name given by parents in 2010 is Jakub)". Slovak Ministry of Interior. Retrieved 16 August 2012.

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