|Author:||Sofia (Authenticated as Sofia)|
|Date:||March 15, 2010 at 12:43:17 PM|
|Reply to:||Stana? by Charlie Blue|
Yes, it's Slavic. Comes form the root 'stan' meaning 'stop, stand'. It's used as a full name, but also as a nickname for Stanislava. It's very rarely used now, seen as dated.
Stanuša, Caca, Cana, Canka, Canica, Naka, Nake, Nakica, Nana, Nane, Nanica, Nanka, Staca, Staja, Stajka, Staka, Stakaca, Stanaca, Cakana, Tanka, Tana, Talka, Tala, Taka, Tacka, Taca, Stakuna, Stakna, Stakica, Stakeša, Calka, Cala, Caka, Cajka, Caja, Caga, Stanica;
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