User comments for Stanislav

Famous Bearer
Personal Impression

(click a heading above to filter the comments by that type)

"Stan" is (may)be and "slava" is glory, fame. So Stanislav means "to be famous".
olga  1/13/2006
Pet forms of Stanislav are Standa, Stano, Stáňa, Stanley, Stanko, Staněk, Staša, Stach, Slávek, Slavo.
Karcoolka  3/19/2007
Stanislav Ianveski played Viktor Krum in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire.
moonfoot  8/6/2007
Famous bearers:
Hockey player Stan Mikita (real name is Guoth)
Actor Stanislav Zindulka
Actor Stanislav Sadalskiy
Writer Stanislav Rudolf
Director Stanislav Güntner
Writer Stanislav Kostka Neumann
Actor Stanislav Neumann
Actor Stano Dančiak
Actor Stanislav Fišer
Actor Stanislav Štěpka
Actor Stanislav Tříska
MaggieSimpson  4/27/2008
Stano Mikita, hockey player, born 20th May 1940 in Sokolče.
Emilie007  9/6/2008
The name Stanislav was given to fifteen baby boys born in the U.S. in 2013.
hkols  11/2/2014
Stanislav Kritsyuk is a Russian professional footballer who plays for FC Krasnodar as a goalkeeper.
lilolaf  1/22/2017
Stasys, a Lithuanian form of Stanislav is, to my knowledge, not mentioned often on this website. I am awed at the process a handful of early European names is transformed into these scores of beautiful names passing through generations of varied cultures, including Stasys.
Lithuanians were said to treasure their lifestyle. During Soviet occupation, they preserved their traditions. Learning Russian by necessity, they could have abandoned the ancient ways of their ancestors to modernize with so many other Eastern European states. Rather, they emerged with the skills to blend yet remain Lithuanian in culture, language, and independence.
Please contribute if you know more on the transformation of the name Stanislav into the Lithuanian May 7th Name Day "Stasys."
WhataWorldWhataWorld  3/31/2017

Add a Comment

Comments are left by users of this website. They are not checked for accuracy.