Czech Submitted Names

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ADÉLKA f Czech
Diminutive of Adéla.
ADLÉTA f Czech (Rare)
Old Czech form of Adéla.
AGÁTKA f Czech
Diminutive of Agáta.
ÁJA f Czech
Czech diminutive of Alena.
ALADIN m German, Romanian, Czech, French
French, German, Czech, and Romanian form of Aladdin.
ALARICH m Czech, German
Czech and German form of Alaric.
ALBÍN m Czech, Slovak
Czech and Slovak form of Albin.
ALBÍNKA f Czech
Diminutive of Albína, not used as a given name in its own right.
ALČA f Czech
Diminutive of Alena, not used as a given name in its own right.
ALEŠKA f Slovene, Czech (Rare)
Slovene diminutive of Aleša and Czech feminine form of Aleš.
ALIČKA f Czech
Diminutive of Alice.
ALOISIE f Czech
Czech feminine form of Alois.
ANASTAZIA f Danish (Modern, Rare), Swedish (Modern, Rare), English (Modern, Rare), Czech
Danish, Swedish and English modern variant of Anastasia as well as a traditional Czech variant of Anastázie.
ANDĚLKA f Czech
Diminutive of Anděla.
ANDRUŠA f Czech (Rare)
Czech diminutive of Andrea. Also compare Andruška.
ANDRUŠKA f Czech
Czech diminutive of Andrea. Also compare Andruša.
ANETKA f Polish, Czech
Diminutive of Aneta.
ANETTA f Hungarian, Polish (Rare), Slovak (Rare), Czech (Rare)
Hungarian variant of Anett and Polish, Czech and Slovak variant of Aneta.
ANIČKA f Czech, Slovak
Diminutive of Anna.
ANTÉNÓR m Czech, Slovak
Czech variant and Slovak form of Antenor.
ANTONÍNA f Czech
Czech feminine form of Antoninus (see ANTONINO).
ANUŠKA f Croatian, Czech, Slovak, Slovene
Croatian, Czech, Slovak and Slovene form of Anushka.
APOLENKA f Czech
Diminutive of Apolena.
ARLETA f Polish, Czech (Rare)
Polish and Czech form of Arlette.
ARNOŠTEK m Czech
Diminutive of Arnošt.
ARNOŠTKA f Czech (Rare)
Feminine form of Arnošt.
ARTUŠ m Czech (Rare), Arthurian Romance
Czech form of Arthur, generally used to refer to King Arthur and occasionally used as a given name.
ASTRIDA f Czech, Slovak
Czech and Slovak variant of Astrid.
ATHÉNAGORÁS m Czech
Czech form of Athenagoras, used to refer to Athenagoras of Athens. Not used as a given name.
AURELIE f German (Archaic), Czech (Rare)
German variant of Aurelia and Czech variant of Aurélie.
BABETA f Czech (Rare), Slovak
Czech and Slovak form of Babette.
BARBORKA f Czech
Diminutive of Barbora, not used as a given name in its own right.
BARČA f Czech
Diminutive of Barbora.
BARNABÁŠ m Czech, Slovak
Czech and Slovak form of Barnabas.
BEATRIS f Russian (Rare), Medieval Occitan, Medieval Spanish, Medieval Flemish, Czech (Rare)
Russian, medieval Spanish and medieval Occitan form of Beatrix as well as a Czech variant of that name.
BĚLINKA f Czech
Diminutive of Běla.
BERENIKA f Czech, Polish, Slovak
Czech, Polish and Slovak form of Berenike (see Berenice).
BERTIČKA f Czech
Diminutive of Berta, not used as a given name in its own right.
BERTÍK m Czech
Diminutive of Albert, not used as a given name in its own right.
BERUŠA f Czech (Rare), Slovak (Rare)
Czech and Slovak diminutive of Berenika. Also compare Beruška.
BERUŠKA f Czech, Slovak
Czech and Slovak diminutive of Berenika. Also compare Beruša.
BĚTA f Czech
Diminutive of Alžběta.
BĚTKA f Czech
Diminutive of Alžběta via the variant diminutive Běta.
BĚTUŠE f Czech
Diminutive form of Alžběta.
BĚTUŠKA f Czech (Rare)
Diminutive of Alžběta, rarely used as a given name in its own right.
BIVOJ m Czech (Rare)
Allegedly derived from Czech bíti "to smite; to beat; to fight" and the Slavic element voji "soldier".
BJELA f Czech (Rare)
Derived from the old Slavic word белъ (belu) meaning "white". Cognate of Běla.
BLAHOSLAV m Slovak, Czech
Derived from the Slavic name elements благ (blag) "sweet, pleasant, good" and slava "glory". In former times this name has been used as a translation of Benedict.
BLAHOSLAVA f Czech (Rare)
Feminine form of Blahoslav.
BOHUMÍRA f Czech
Feminine form of Bohumír.
BOHUNA f Czech (Rare)
Diminutive of Bohumila, rarely used as a given name in its own right.
BOJISLAV m Croatian (Rare), Czech (Rare)
Derived from the Slavic elements boji meaning "battle" and slava meaning "glory".
BOŘEK m Czech
Originally a short form of Bořivoj, now used as a given name in its own right.
BUDISLAV m Czech, Croatian, Serbian
Deroved from buditi, "to wake up", and slava, "fame, glory".
BUDIVOJ m Czech, Croatian, Serbian
Derived from buditi, "to wake up", and voi, "army".
CELUŠKA f Czech
Diminutive of Celestina.
ČESLAV m Czech
Czech form of Czesław.
ČESLAVA f Latvian (Rare), Czech (Rare)
Latvian borrowing of Czesława and Czech feminine form of Česlav.
CHOTIMÍR m Czech
Czech cognate of Chociemir.
CÍLA f Czech
Diminutive of Cecilie.
CTIMÍR m Czech
Czech form of Chestimir.
CTISLAV m Czech (Rare)
Contracted form of Čestislav.
CYRIAK m Czech, Polish, Slovak
Czech, Polish and Slovak form of Cyriacus.
DALIDA f Biblical Greek, Croatian, Czech, Dutch (Rare), Georgian (Rare), Russian, Slovak, Ukrainian, Hungarian
Greek form of Delilah (as it first appeared in the Septuagint), which has also spread to Georgia and Slavic countries such as Russia, due to the influence of the Eastern Orthodox Church in these countries... [more]
DALIMILA f Czech (Rare)
Feminine form of Dalimil.
DALUŠE f Czech
Diminutive of Dahlia, not used as a given name in its own right.
DAMEK m Czech
Czech diminutive of Adam and Damián, not used as a given name in its own right.
DANAÉ f Czech, German (Rare), Italian, French
Czech, German, Italian and French form of Danaë.
DANIČKA f Czech (Rare)
Diminutive of Dana.
DANIELKA f Czech, Slovak, Polish, Bulgarian, Macedonian
Diminutive of Daniela (compare Polish and Czech Irenka).
DANUŠA f Croatian, Czech, Slovak, Slovene
Diminutive of Danica (Slovene), Daniela (Czech and Slovak) and Danijela (Croatian). Also compare Danuška.
DÁŠEŇKA f Czech, Slovak
Variant spelling of Dašenka. Used by Czech writer Karel Čapek in his book Dášeňka čili život štěněte (Dashenka, or the Life of a Puppy, 1933).
DIANKA f Czech
Diminutive of Diana, not used as a given name in its own right.
DIUŠA f Czech, Slovak
Czech and Slovak diminutive of Diana. Also compare Diuška.
DIUŠKA f Czech, Slovak
Czech and Slovak diminutive of Diana. Also compare Diuša.
DOMIK m Czech, Silesian
Diminutive of Dominik.
DOMUŠA f Czech (Rare), Slovak (Rare)
Czech and Slovak diminutive of Dominika. Also compare Domuška.
DOMUŠKA f Czech, Slovak
Czech and Slovak diminutive of Dominika. Also compare Domuša.
DOROTKA f Czech
Diminutive of Dorota.
DRAHO m Czech, Slovak
Czech and Slovak form of Drago or short form of names beginning with Draho, such as Drahomír and Drahoslav.
EDA m Czech
Short form of Eduard and Edvard, occasionally used as a given name in its own right.
EDITKA f Czech, Slovak
Diminutive of Edita.
EDUŠA f Czech (Rare), Slovak (Rare)
Czech and Slovak diminutive of Edita and Eduarda. Also compare Eduška.
EDUŠKA f Czech (Rare), Slovak (Rare)
Czech and Slovak diminutive of Edita and Eduarda. Also compare Eduša.
EMILIÁN m Czech
Czech form of Emilian.
ESTERKA f Czech
Diminutive of Ester.
EUFÉMIE f Czech
Czech form of Euphemia.
EUMENÉS m Czech
Czech form of Eumenes.
EUNIKÉ f Hungarian, Czech (Rare)
Hungarian form of Eunice.
EVELÍNA f Czech, Slovak
Czech and Slovak form of Evelyn.
EVIČKA f Czech
Diminutive of Eva, rarely used as a given name in its own right.
EVKA f Czech
Diminutive of Eva, not used as an official given name.
EVUŠA f Croatian (Rare), Czech, Slovak
Croatian, Czech and Slovak diminutive of Eva. Also compare Evuška.
EVUŠKA f Croatian (Rare), Czech, Slovak
Croatian, Czech and Slovak diminutive of Eva. Also compare Evuša.
FLORIÁN m Czech, Slovak, Spanish
Czech, Slovak and Spanish form of Florianus (see Florian). Known bearers of this name include the Spanish director and screenwriter Florián Rey (1894-1962), the Slovak painter Florián Klimkovič (1756-1826) and the Czech violinist Florián Zajíc (1853-1926).
FOKAS m Greek (Rare), Czech (Rare), Polish (Rare)
Greek, Czech and Polish form of Phocas.
FRIDOLÍN m Czech, Slovak
Czech and Slovak form of Fridolin.
GEJZA m Czech, Slovak
Czech and Slovak form of Géza.
GERUŠA f Croatian (Rare), Czech (Rare)
Diminutive of Gertruda (Czech and Croatian) and Geralda (Czech). Also compare Geruška.
GERUŠKA f Croatian (Rare), Czech (Rare)
Diminutive of Gertruda (Czech and Croatian) and Geralda (Czech). Also compare Geruša.
GITA f Latvian, Czech (Rare)
Latvian and Czech short form of Brigita and Margita.
GIZELA f Polish, Slovene, Croatian, Sorbian, Czech, Slovak
Polish, Slovene, Croatian, Czech, Slovak and Sorbian form of Giselle.
HANIČKA f Czech, Slovak
Diminutive of Hana. While Czech Hanička is occasionally used as a given name in its own right, Slovak Hanička is strictly used as a diminutive.
HANUŠ m Czech
Czech borrowing of German Hannes.
HANUŠKA f Czech
Diminutive form of Hana.
HEDA f Czech (Rare), Slovak (Rare), German (Archaic), Norwegian (Rare)
Short form of names beginning with the Germanic element hadu "battle, combat".
HELA f Czech
Czech diminutive of Helena.
HELOISA f Czech, German, Slovak, English, Spanish
Czech, German, and Slovak form of Eloise.
HENRIETA f Czech, Slovak
Czech and Slovak form of Henrietta.
HEŘMAN m Czech
Czech variant of Herman.
HERMÍNA f Icelandic, Czech, Slovak (Rare)
Icelandic, Czech and Slovak form of Hermina.
HILDEGARDA f Polish, Czech
Polish and Czech form of Hildegard.
HVĚZDOMÍR m Czech
The first element of this name is derived from Czech hvězda "star", which is ultimately derived from Proto-Slavic gvězda "star". Also compare Slovak hviezda and Russian zvezda, both of which mean "star"... [more]
HVĚZDOSLAV m Czech
The first element of this name is derived from Czech hvězda "star", which is ultimately derived from Proto-Slavic gvězda "star". Also compare Slovak hviezda and Russian zvezda, both of which mean "star"... [more]
IGNÁCIA f Hungarian, Czech
Feminine form of Ignác.
IGNÁCIE f Czech
Feminine form of Ignác.
ILJA m Czech, Lithuanian, Russian
Czech and Lithuanian form of Ilya, as well as a variant Russian transcription of the same. This name was born by Ilya Mikhailovich Frank (1908-1990), also called Ilja M. Frank, a Russian nuclear physicist and 1958 co-winner of the Nobel Prize for Physics.
IRENEJ m Croatian, Czech
Croatian and Czech form of Ireneus.
IŠKA f Czech
Truncated form of Františka and Eliška.... [more]
IVÁNEK m Czech
Diminutive of Ivan.
IVOŠ m Czech
Variant of Ivo (1).
IVUŠA f Croatian, Czech, Slovak
Croatian, Czech and Slovak diminutive of Ivana, Iveta and Ivona. Also compare Ivuška.
IVUŠKA f Czech, Slovak
Czech and Slovak diminutive of Ivana, Iveta and Ivona. Also compare Ivuša.
IZAJÁŠ m Czech
Czech form of Isaiah.
IZÁK m Czech (Rare), Slovak
Czech and Slovak form of Isaac.
JAKUBA f Czech (Rare)
Czech feminine form of Jacob.
JANČIS f Czech (Rare)
Possibly a diminutive of Jana (1).
JANINKA f Czech
Diminutive of Jana, not used as a given name in its own right.
JANUŠA f Croatian, Czech, Slovak, Slovene
Czech, Slovak and Slovene diminutive of Jana (1) and Croatian diminutive of Jana (2). Also compare Januška.
JANUŠKA f Czech, Slovak
Czech and Slovak diminutive of Jana (1). Also compare Januša.
JARČA f Czech
Czech feminine diminutive of the given names Jaroslava or Jarmila.
JAROLÍM m Slovak, Czech
Slovak and Czech form of Jerome.
JARUŠA f Croatian (Rare), Czech, Slovak
Croatian, Czech and Slovak diminutive of Jarmila and Jaroslava. Also compare Jaruška.
JASNĚNA f Czech
Variant of Jasna.
JENDA m Czech
Diminutive of Jan, not used as a given name in its own right.
JENOVÉFA f Czech
Czech form of Genovefa.
JENOVEFA f Breton, Czech
Czech variant of Jenovéfa and Breton form of Geneviève (via Celtic Genovefa).
JENŮFA f Czech (Rare), Theatre
'Jenůfa', also known as 'Její pastorkyňa' ("Her Stepdaughter"), is an opera in three acts by Leoš Janáček based on the play 'Její pastorkyňa' by Gabriela Preissová. It was first performed at the National Theatre, Brno on 21 January 1904... [more]
JEREMIÁŠ m Czech (Rare), Slovak (Rare)
Czech and Slovak form of Jeremias.
JERONÝM m Czech
Czech form of Jerome.
JILJÍ m Czech (Rare)
Czech form of Giles.
JIŘÍK m Czech
Diminutive of Jiří, occasionally used as a given name in its own right.
JIŠAJ m Czech (Rare), Croatian (Rare)
Czech and Croatian form of Jesse.
JOBST m Low German, French, Czech
North German form of Jodocus, altered by association with Job.
JOLANKA f Czech
Diminutive of Jolana, occasionally used as a given name in its own right.
JOLANTHA f Czech
Variant of Jolanta.
JONATÁN m Czech (Rare), Slovak
Czech and Slovak form of Jonathan.
JOZUE m Czech (Rare), Slovak
Czech and Slovak form of Joshua, used to refer to the Biblical figure.
JULA f Czech, Slovak
Czech diminutive of Julie and Juliána and Slovak diminutive of Júlia.
JULIANKA f Slovak, Czech
Diminutive of Juliana.
JUSTÝNKA f Czech
Diminutive of Justýna, not used as a given name in its own right.
KÁČA f Czech
Diminutive of Kateřina, not used as a given name in its own right.
KAČABA f Czech (Rare)
Diminutive form of Kateřina.
KAČENKA f Czech
Diminutive of Kačena, itself a diminutive of Kateřina. Neither Kačenka nor Kačena are used as given names in their own right.
KAČKA f Czech
Diminutive of Káča.
KARČA f Czech
Diminutive of Karla, Karola and Karolína, not used as a given name in its own right.
KARLÍČEK m Czech, Slovak
Diminutive of Karel.
KARLIČKA f Czech
Diminutive of Karla.
KATUŠA f Czech, Slovak
Diminutive of Kateřina (Czech) and Katarína (Slovak). Also compare Katuška.
KATUŠKA f Czech, Slovak
Diminutive of Kateřina (Czech) and Katarína (Slovak). Also compare Katuša.
KLARISA f Latvian (Rare), Russian, Slovene, Czech (Rare), Slovak (Rare)
Latvian, Slovene, Czech and Slovak form and Russian variant of Clarissa.
KLÁRKA f Czech, Slovak
Diminutive of Klára.
KLOTILDA f Croatian (Rare), Serbian, Lithuanian, Czech (Rare), Slovak (Rare)
Croatian, Serbian, Lithuanian, Czech and Slovak form of Clotilde.
KONSTANCIE f Czech
Czech form of Constance.
KORA f Czech (Rare), Slovak (Rare)
Diminutive of Kornélie and Kornélia, rarely used as a given name in its own right.
KORDELIA f Czech, Polish
Czech and Polish form of Cordelia. In the Czech Republic, it is also used as a form of Cordula, to which it is probably etymologically unrelated. Its name day is October 22 in both the Czech Republic and Poland.
KORDULA f Polish, Czech (Rare), Slovak (Rare), German (Rare)
Polish, Czech and Slovak form and German variant of Cordula.
KRASAVA f Russian (Rare, Archaic), Czech (Rare, Archaic)
Derived from the Slavic element krasa "beauty, adornment".
KRASOMILA f Czech, Slovak, Croatian, Slovene, Bulgarian, Macedonian, Literature
Composed of the Old Slavonic elements kras meaning "beauty" and mil meaning "gracious, dear".... [more]
KŘESOMYSL m Czech (Archaic)
Křesomysl's name is thought to be derived from the old Slavonic words "křesat" meaning to strike a light and "mysl" meaning mind or spirit thus literally the name should have meant "lighting the mind"... [more]
KVIDO m Czech
Cognate of Guy.
KVINTUS m Czech (Archaic), Slovak (Archaic)
Czech and Slovak form of Quintus.
KÝROS m Czech
Czech form of Cyrus, used in reference of the historical figures. Not generally used as a given name in its own right.
LADUŠKA f Czech (Rare)
Diminutive of Lada.
LEONKA f Czech
Diminutive of Leona.
LIDUNKA f Czech (Rare)
Diminutive of Lída.
LOJZA m Czech
Diminutive of Alois.
LOLEK m Czech, Polish
Diminutive of Alois.
LUBOMÍRA f Czech
Feminine form of Lubomír.
LUBOR m Czech
Allegedly derived from the Old Slavic name element lub "delightful, pleasurable".
LUCIÁN m Czech (Rare), Slovak, Hungarian
Hungarian, Czech and Slovak form of Lucian.
LUDMILKA f Czech
Diminutive of Ludmila, not used as a given name in its own right.
LUDVIKA f Czech
Feminine form of Ludvík.
LUKINA f Czech (Rare), Russian (Archaic), Ukrainian (Rare)
Czech, Russian and Ukrainian form of Lucina via its hellenized form Loukina. Also compare Lutsina.
LUMÍRA f Czech
Feminine form of Lumír.
MADLA f Czech (Rare)
Diminutive of both Magdaléna, Magdalena and Marie. The confusion of the name being a diminutive of Marie might have arisen due to the figure of Marie Magdalena.
MAHULENKA f Czech
Diminutive of Mahulena, not used as a given name in its own right.
MÁJINKA f Czech
Diminutive of Mariana, not used as a given name in its own right.
MAJKA f Czech, Slovak, Sorbian
Diminutive of Maja (2).
MAJKL m Croatian (Rare), Slovene (Rare), Czech (Rare), Serbian (Rare), Macedonian (Rare)
Variant spelling of Michael, reflecting the English pronunciation.
MÁLINKA f Czech
Diminutive of Amálie, not used as a given name in its own right.
MALVÍNA f Slovak, Czech (Rare)
Slovak and Czech form of Malvina.
MÁŘA f Czech
Diminutive of Marie, not used as a given name in its own right.
MAŘENA f Czech
Diminutive of Marie.
MARTIČKA f Czech
Diminutive of Marta, not used as a given name in its own right.
MARUŠKA f Croatian, Czech, Slovak, Slovene
Croatian, Czech, Slovak and Slovene form of Marushka. Also compare Maruša.
MAUR m Czech, French, Polish
Czech, French and Polish form of Maurus.
MELICHAR m Czech, Slovak
Czech and Slovak form of Melchior.
MELITA f Latvian, Czech (Rare), Slovak (Rare), Croatian, Slovene
Latvian, Czech, Slovak, Croatian and Slovene form of Melitta.
MERKUR m Bosnian, Croatian, Czech, Danish, German, Norwegian
Bosnian, Croatian, Czech, Danish, German and Norwegian form of Mercurius (see Mercury).
METUZALÉM m Czech
Czech form of Methuselah via its (variant) latinized form Methusalem.
MICHALKA f Czech (Rare)
Diminutive of Michala, occasionally used as a given name in its own right.
MILÍK m Czech (Rare)
Originally a diminutive of Milivoj, occasionally used as a given name in its own right.
MINKA f Norwegian, Polish, Swedish, Czech
Diminutive of Mina, a short form of Vilhelmina, Wilhelmina, Hermine, Romina and other names containing mina or mine. In Sweden its earliest documented usage is 1799.
MIRUŠA f Croatian (Rare), Czech, Slovak
Croatian, Czech and Slovak form of Mirusha. Also compare Miruška.
MIRUŠKA f Croatian (Rare), Czech, Slovak
Croatian, Czech and Slovak form of Mirushka. Also compare Miruša.
MOJŽÍŠ m Czech (Rare)
Czech form of Moses.
MONIČKA f Czech
Diminutive of Monika, not used as a given name in its own right.
MONUŠA f Czech (Rare), Slovak (Rare)
Czech and Slovak diminutive of Monika and perhaps also of Simona in some cases. Also compare Monuška.
MONUŠKA f Czech, Slovak
Czech and Slovak diminutive of Monika and perhaps also of Simona in some cases. Also compare Monuša.
MOŘIC m Czech
Czech form of Mauritius.
NÁCEK m Czech
Diminutive of Ignác, not used as a given name in its own right.
NADĚJE f Czech
Diminutive form of Naděžda.
NANETA f Czech, Slovak
Czech and Slovak form of Nanette.
NANUŠKA f Czech, Slovak
Czech and Slovak diminutive of Naneta.
NASŤA f Czech (Rare), Slovak
Czech diminutive of Anastázie and Slovak diminutive of Anastázia. While Czech Nasťa is occasionally used as a given name in its own right, Slovak Nasťa is strictly used as a diminutive.
NÁTAN m Faroese, Czech (Rare), Slovak (Rare)
Faroese, Czech and Slovak form of Nathan.
NĚHOSLAV m Czech
Czech cognate of Niegosław.
NELDA f Czech
Diminutive of Nela.
NELINKA f Czech
A diminutive of Nela.
NELKA f Czech
Diminutive of Nela.
NEPOMUK m Czech, Dutch (Rare), German
When this given name first came into use, it was usually given in honour of the medieval saint John of Nepomuk (c. 1345-1393). He was born and raised in the town of Pomuk, which is what Nepomuk refers to... [more]
NEZAMYSL m Czech
Czech form of the Polish name Niezamysł.
NIKA f Slovak, Czech (Rare)
Slovak form of Nike as well as a Slovak and Czech short form of Veronika, Monika, Dominika, a Slovak short form of Nikoleta and Nikola and a Czech short form of Berenika and Eunika.
NIKOLKA f & m Czech
Diminutive of Nikola, not used as a given name in its own right.
NIKUŠA f Czech, Slovak
Czech and Slovak diminutive of Nikola (2), Dominika and Veronika. Also compare Nikuška.
NIKUŠKA f Czech, Slovak
Czech and Slovak diminutive of Nikola (2), Dominika and Veronika. Also compare Nikuša.
ODOLEN m Czech, Polish, Croatian, Serbian
It's an Old Czech name meaning "the man who resisted". Name Day celebrate 18th November.
OLDA m Czech
Diminutive of Oldřich.
OLDÍK m Czech
Diminutive of Olda.
OLDRA f Czech
Diminutive of Oldřiška, not usually used as a given name in its own right. Oldra Sedlmayerová (whose official given name was Oldřiška Veronika Sedlmayerová, 1884-1954) was a poet, publicist and politician... [more]
OLÍK m Czech
Diminutive of Oldřich, not used as a given name in its own right.
OLINA f Czech
Originally a diminutive of Olga which is now also used as a given name in its own right.
ONDRA m Czech
Diminutive of Ondřej.
ONDŘEJKA f Czech
Feminine form of Ondřej.
ORŠULA f Czech (Rare)
A Czech form of Ursula.
OTAKÁREK m Czech
Diminutive of Otakar, not used as a given name in its own right.
OTILIE f Czech
Czech form of Ottilie.
OTÝLIE f Czech
Younger form of Otilie.
PANKRÁC m Czech (Archaic), Slovak
Czech and Slovak form of Pancratius (see Pancras).
PAVLUŠA f Czech
Diminutive of Pavla and Pavlina. Also compare Pavluška.
PAVLUŠKA f Czech
Diminutive of Pavla and Pavlina. Also compare Pavluša.
PEPA m & f Czech, Spanish, Catalan
Czech diminutive of Joseph and Spanish diminutive of Josefa, Josepa, and Maria Jose.
PETRUŠA f Croatian (Rare), Czech, Slovak
Croatian, Czech and Slovak diminutive of Petra and Petronela. Also compare Petruška.
POMNĚNKA f Czech (Rare)
Derived from Old Czech word pomníti meaning "memorable". It is the Czech name for the flower forget-me-not.
PRAVOSLAV m Czech, Slovak
Derived from the Slavic elements право (pravo) "justice, law, right" and slava "glory".
QUIDO m Czech (Rare)
Cognate of Guy.
RÁCHEL f Czech, Slovak
Czech and Slovak form of Rachel.
RÁĎA m Czech
Diminutive of Radek and Radim.
RADAN m Czech
Contracted form of Radovan.
RADINKA f Czech, Russian
Pet form of Radmila.
RADOVANA f Czech (Rare)
Feminine form of Radovan.
RADUŠA f Croatian, Czech, Slovak, Slovene
Croatian, Czech, Slovak and Slovene diminutive of any Slavic feminine name that contains the element rad meaning "happy" or "willing", such as Radana, Radmila and Radoslava. Also compare Raduška.
RADUŠKA f Croatian, Czech, Slovak, Slovene
Croatian, Czech, Slovak and Slovene diminutive of any Slavic feminine name that contains the element rad meaning "happy" or "willing", such as Radana, Radmila and Radoslava. Also compare Raduša.
RADYA m & f Czech, Russian
Czech male nickname for Radim and a Russian female variant of Rada.
REGÍNA f Icelandic, Slovak (Rare), Czech (Rare)
Icelandic form and Slovak and Czech variant of Regina.