MAHULENA
GENDER: Feminine
USAGE: Czech
Meaning & History
Possibly inspired by MAGDALENA. The Czech author Julius Zeyer created it for a character in his play 'Radúz and Mahulena' (1898).
Related Names
DIMINUTIVES: Malena, Alena, Magda
OTHER LANGUAGES: Shelena (African American), Maialen (Basque), Magdalene (Biblical), Magdalene (Biblical Greek), Magdalene (Biblical Latin), Magdalena, Magdalina (Bulgarian), Magdalena, Magda, Majda, Manda (Croatian), Magdalene, Magdalone, Lene, Lone, Magda, Malene (Danish), Magdalena, Magda (Dutch), Madeleine, Madeline, Magdalen, Magdalena, Magdalene, Lena, Madalyn, Maddie, Maddy, Madelaine, Madelina, Madelyn, Madilyn, Madlyn, Madoline (English), Magdalena, Matleena, Leena, Malin (Finnish), Madeleine, Magali, Madeline, Magalie (French), Magdalena, Magdalene, Alena, Lena, Lene, Leni, Magda (German), Magdaléna, Magdolna, Duci (Hungarian), Madailéin (Irish), Maddalena, Lena (Italian), Magdalena (Macedonian), Magdalena, Lena, Magda, Malene, Malin (Norwegian), Magali, Magdalena (Occitan), Magdalena, Lena, Magda (Polish), Madalena, Magda (Portuguese), Mădălina, Magdalena, Magda (Romanian), Magdalena, Manda (Serbian), Magdaléna, Alena, Lenka (Slovak), Magdalena, Alena, Alenka, Majda (Slovene), Magdalena, Malena (Spanish), Magdalena, Lena, Magda, Malena, Malin (Swedish)