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In Bulgarian "roza" means "rose" as a noun. That is why "Roza" has a nameday on Palm Sunday (the Sunday before Easter) - the day of flowers and willows (the names of the other trees also have a nameday).
iva_toneva  5/26/2006
Roza is a Kurdish girl name meaning "the sun is born" or "sun child", "ro" means sun or day and "-za" means born or child in Kurmanji.
― Anonymous User  11/4/2008
Also Croatian.
goricar  12/11/2009
RUŽA is a variant of Roza that is used in Croatia. There's also a diminutive form: RUŽICA.
goricar  12/25/2009
Though quite a nice name, it would be pronounced as RO-tha by a native Spanish speaker. Not nearly as nice as RO-za.
― Anonymous User  7/17/2010
Roža is another Croatian variant of this name.
goricar  2/2/2011
Roza is also the Armenian and Georgian form of Rosa.

In Armenian, Roza is written as: Ռոզա.

In Georgian, Roza is written as: როზა.
― Anonymous User  6/16/2013
Roza Shanina was a Soviet kindergarten teacher and WW2 sniper, with 59 confirmed kills.
mymymetrocard  2/9/2015
This is my name and although I used to think that it's weird, I now consider myself lucky to have such an unusual name. It is a name that is different without being embarrassing to have.
nozyrozy01  10/15/2016

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