Medieval Polish Submitted Names

These names were used by medieval Polish peoples.
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ABRAMKA f Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish feminine form of ABRAHAM.
ADULF m Medieval English, Medieval Polish
Medieval English variant of ADOLPH and Medieval Polish variant of ADOLF.
ADWIGA f Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish variant of JADWIGA.
ARCHAMBAŁT m Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish form of ARCHIBALD.
ARNKO m Medieval Polish
Diminutive of ARNOLF and ARNULF.
ARTALD m Medieval French, Medieval Polish
Derived from Old High German hart "strong; hard" and Old High German walt "power, authority".
ASTRETA f Medieval Polish
Possibly a Polish Medieval form of ASTRID.
BALICH m Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish diminutive of BALDWIN.
BALWIN m Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish variant of BALDWIN.
BARTUSZ m Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish variant of BARTOSZ.
BARTYSZ m Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish variant of BARTOSZ.
BAWON m Medieval Polish
Polish form of BAVON.
BĘDZIECIECH m Medieval Polish
Means "will bring of happiness", from the elements będzie ("will") and ciech ("happiness").
BERLWIN m Old High German, Medieval, Medieval Polish, Medieval French
An elongation of Old High German, Old Saxon bero "bear" + Old High German wini "friend".
BERNASZ m Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish variant of BERNARDYN.
BIERNARDYN m Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish variant of BERNARDYN.
BOGUCHNA f Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish diminutive of BOGUSŁAWA.
BOGUSZA f Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish diminutive of BOGUSŁAWA.
BOGUSZKA f Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish diminutive of BOGUSŁAWA.
BOLKA f Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish short form of BOLESŁAWA. Princess Bolka (1352 - 1427/1428) was the last representative of the Bytom-Koziel Piasts.
BOŻEBOR m Medieval Polish
composed of the elements of Boże ("God", but originally "fate, valley, happiness") and bor ("fight", "fight, struggle"). Perhaps it meant "one who fights under the protection of fate".
BRETA f Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish variant of BERTA.
BRETKA f Medieval Polish
Diminutive of BRETA.
BRYDA f Medieval Polish
Contracted form of BRYGIDA.
CATARZINA f Medieval Polish, German (East Prussian, Archaic)
Medieval Polish variant of KATARZYNA as well as an archaic form found in East Prussia up until the late 1800s.
CHRYŚCIJANICA f Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish diminutive of KRYSTIANA.
CHWALIBÓG m Medieval Polish
The first element of this name is derived from Polish chwalić "to praise, to glorify, to laud", which is ultimately derived from Slavic chwal "to praise, to glorify". The second element is derived from Slavic bog "god"... [more]
CIRZPISŁAWA f Medieval Polish
Derived from cierpieć meaning "to suffer" and sława meaning "fame, glory".
CYMBARKA f Medieval Polish
Polish form of CYNEBURG. Cymbarka was the daughter of Mazovian prince SIEMOWIT IV.
CYPRYJAN m Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish form of CYPRIAN.
CZĘBIRA f Medieval Polish
Of uncertain origin and meaning.
CZĘSTOWOJ m Medieval Polish
Derived from często "often" and Old Polish woj, wojownik in modern Polish, "warrior".
DADZBOGA f Medieval Polish
Feminine form of Dadzbog.
DAMROKA f Medieval Polish
Recorded in medieval Pomerania and Kashubia, this name is of uncertain origin and meaning. Theories include a Kashubian dialectical form of DĄBRÓWKA... [more]
DOBRA f Bulgarian, Medieval Polish, Yiddish
Derived from the Slavic element dobru "good".... [more]
DOBRAN m Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish diminutive of DOBROWOJ.
DOBROJ m Medieval Polish
Contracted form of DOBROWOJ.
DOBRONIEGA f Medieval Polish, Medieval Ukrainian
Derived from the Slavic name elements dobro "good" and niega "delight". This name was borne by Dobroniega Ludgarda of Poland and Maria Dobroniega of Kiev.
DOBROŻYŹŃ f Medieval Polish
Derived from the Slavic name elements dobro "good" and żyźń "fecundity, prolificacy".
DOCHNA f Medieval Polish
Diminutive of DOROTA.
DODA f Medieval Polish
Feminine form of DODO.
DOMACZAJA f Medieval Polish
Derived from the Slavic name element *domъ "home" and czaj "to expect".
DROGORADZ m Medieval Polish
Derived from the Slavic name elements drogo "dear; precious" and radz "to advise" and, in an older meaning, "to take care of someone or something".
DRUŻYJAN m Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish form of DRUZJAN.
DRUŻYJANNA f Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish form of DRUZJANNA.
DUBROWKA f Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish variant of DĄBRÓWKA.
DULA f Medieval Polish
Of uncertain origin and meaning. Theories include a derivation from Proto-Slavic *dulěti "to get fat" and Proto-Slavic kъdulja, which denoted a kind of pear.
DZIEĆMAR m Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish variant of DITMAR.
DZIEDRZYCH m Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish variant of TEODORYK.
ELPIN m Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish form of ALBUIN via the Latinization Elpinus.
EMNILDA f Medieval Slavic, Medieval German, Medieval Polish
The name is apparently of Germanic origin. The first part of the name is a little difficult to explain, it can go back to the name element IRMIN "whole, universal" or to a name element aman related to amal "work, labour"... [more]
FAWILA f Medieval Polish
Polish form of the Latin Favilla, borne by an early Christian martyr. The name is recorded in use in Poland in 1306.
FEBERKA f Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish variant of FEBRONIA.
FEBROCHA f Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish variant of FEBRONIA.
FELICYJA f Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish form of FELICJA.
FENENNA f Biblical, Theatre, History, Medieval Polish
Variant of PHENENNA borne by the 13th-century Polish princess Fenenna of Kuyavia, who married King Andrew III of Hungary. ... [more]
FIEBRON m Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish form of FEBRON.
FIEBRONIJA f Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish variant of FEBRONIA.
FIEBROSŁAW m Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish combination of FIEBRON and the Slavic name element slava "glory, fame".
FLORYJANA f Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish variant of FLORIANA.
FLOSZKA f Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish diminutive of FLORIANA.
FORMOZA f Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish feminine form of FORMOSUS.
GASZKO m Medieval Polish
Diminutive of GAJUSZ and GAJUS.
GIEROŁT m Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish variant of GERALD.
GIERTRUDA f Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish variant of GERTRUDA.
GINTER m Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish form of GUNTHER.
GIZO m Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish diminutive of GIZBERT.
GRESMAR m Medieval Polish (German), Medieval German
Germanized form of KRZESIMIR. This name was recorded in medieval Pomerania.
GRESMIR m Medieval Polish (German), Medieval German
Germanized form of KRZESIMIR. This name was recorded in medieval Pomerania.
GRYFINA f Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish variant of AGRIPPINA.
GRZYMEK m Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish short form of PEREGRYN.
GUNCERZ m Medieval Polish
Polish form of GUNTER.
HEDWIGA f Czech, Romanian, Medieval Polish
Czech variant of HEDVIKA and older Polish form of JADWIGA.
HEKOSZ m Medieval Polish
Diminutive of EKARD via the variant Hekard.
HEKTORKA f Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish feminine form of HECTOR.
HELINA f Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish variant of ALINA.
HELZBIETA f Medieval Polish
Medieval variant of ELŻBIETA.
HERBORT m Medieval Polish
Derived from the Germanic elements heri / hari "army" and brort "blade, spearhead, edge (of a sword)".
HOŻANKA f Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish diminutive of OŻANNA.
HUNOLD m German (Rare, Archaic), Medieval Polish
Formed from the two Germanic name elements hun "bear cub" and wald "to rule".
IMBRYCH m Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish variant of EMERYK.
IMKA f Medieval Polish
Diminutive of IRMGARDA.
IRZYK m Medieval Polish
Diminutive of JIRZY.
IZALDA f Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish variant of IZOLDA.
JAGEL m Medieval Polish
Alternative form of JAGIEŁŁO.
JAKOW m Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish variant of JAKUB via of YAKOV.
JAKSA m Medieval Polish
Diminutive of JAKUB.
JAKTOR m Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish form of HECTOR.
JAKUBKO m Medieval Polish
Diminutive of JAKUB.
JAKUSZ m Medieval Polish
Diminutive of JAKUB.
JAŁBRZYK m Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish variant of ALBERYK.
JAMRYCH m Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish variant of EMERYK.
JANCZYSŁAWA f Medieval Polish
Of uncertain origin and meaning. Theories include a misreading of the name PĘCISŁAWA.
JANNA f Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish variant of JOANNA.
JARACZ m Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish variant of HORACY.
JARAND m Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish variant of ARNOLD.
JEDWIGA f Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish variant of JADWIGA.
JEKUB m Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish variant of JAKUB.
JEN m Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish variant of JAN (1).
JENNA f Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish variant of JOANNA via the form JANNA.
JENRYCH m Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish variant of both EMERYK and HENRYK.
JERZMAN m Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish variant of HERMAN.
JIRZY m Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish variant of JERZY (compare JIŘÍ).
JOAN m Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish variant of JAN (1).
JOKOB m Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish variant of JAKUB.
JOKUB m Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish variant of JAKUB.
JOLDA m Medieval Polish
Diminutive of ALDMIR.
JOLENTA f Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish form of JOLANTA.
JON m Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish variant of JAN (1).
JURAND m Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish form of GEORGE. This name is occasionally mistaken for a variant of JARAND.
JURK m Kashubian, Medieval Polish
Kashubian diminutive of JERZI and medieval Polish diminutive of JUR.
JURKO m Medieval Polish
Diminutive of JUR and JURZY.
JURZY m Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish variant of JERZY.
JURZYK m Medieval Polish
Diminutive of JURZY.
JUTROGOST m Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish name derived from Polish jutro "tomorrow" and the Slavic name element gost guest".
KATARZENA f Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish variant of KATARZYNA.
KATERZYNA f Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish variant of KATARZYNA.
KATUSZKA f Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish diminutive of KATARZYNA.
KAZIMIER m Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish variant of KAZIMIERZ.
KAZIMIRZ m Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish variant of KAZIMIERZ via KAZIMIR.
KAŹMIR m Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish variant of KAŹMISZ via KAZIMIR.
KAŹMISZ m Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish variant of KAZIMIERZ.
KETYL m Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish borrowing of KETIL.
KIBA m Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish variant of KUBA.
KOCHAN m Medieval Polish
Derived from the participle form of Polish kochać "to love".
KORNOSZ m Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish contracted form of KORNELIUSZ.
KRYSTYJANA f Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish form of KRYSTIANA.
KRZYSTYJANA f Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish form of KRYSTIANA.
KRZYSZPIN m Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish variant of KRYSPIN.
KUPRYJAN m Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish variant of CYPRYJAN, influenced by the Russian form of this name.
KUSZ m Medieval Polish
Diminutive of JAKUB via JAKUSZ.
KUSZĘT m Medieval Polish
Diminutive of JAKUB.
ŁABĘDZ f Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish feminine name meaning "swan". This has been listed as a "pre-Christian" name.
LARYSZ m Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish short form of HILARY.
LASOTA m Medieval Polish
Derived from Polish las "forest". In the Middle Ages, this name was considered a vernacular form of SYLWESTER.
LENARD m Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish variant of LEONARD.
LENART m Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish variant of LEONARD.
LENERT m German (East Prussian), Medieval Polish
East Prussian German form and medieval Polish variant of LEONHARD.
LORANT m Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish variant of ROLAND (compare LÓRÁNT).
MARCISŁAW m Medieval Polish
Combination of MARCIN with the Slavic name element slav "glory, fame".
MARCZIN m Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish variant of MARCIN.
MARCZKO m Medieval Polish
Diminutive of MAREK.
MARCZYK m Medieval Polish
Diminutive of MAREK.
MARGUSZ m Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish form of MARCUS.
MARKA f Medieval Polish
Feminine form of MAREK as well as a diminutive of MARGORZATA.
MARKIEL m Medieval Polish
Diminutive of MAREK and MARKUSZ.
MARKUSŁAW m Medieval Polish
Combination of MAREK and the popular name suffix sław.
MARKUSZ m Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish form of MARCUS.
MAROCHA f Medieval Polish
Diminutive of MARTA.
MARSZA f Medieval Polish
Diminutive of MARTA.
MARSZKA f Medieval Polish
Diminutive of MARTA.
MARUCHA f Medieval Polish
Diminutive of MARTA.
MARUSZA f Medieval Polish, Kashubian
Medieval Polish diminutive of MARIA and MARTA and Kashubian diminutive of MARIÔ.
MATHAEUS m English (American, Rare, Archaic), Medieval Polish
Archaic American variant of MATTHAEUS and medieval Polish variant of MATEUSZ.
MEINGOD m Old High German, Medieval, Medieval French, Medieval German, Medieval Polish, German (Austrian, Archaic)
Old High German megin, magan "strength, might, power" + Old High German, Old Dutch got, Old Saxon, Old Frisian, Old English god "god, deity".
MENKO m Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish diminutive of MAJNARD.
MIELENTY m Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish variant of MELECJUSZ.
MIK m Medieval Polish
Diminutive of MIKOŁAJ and Mikoła.
MIKUŁA m Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish variant of MIKOŁAJ.
MIŁOCHNA f Medieval Polish
Diminutive of names beginning with the element Miło-, such as MIŁOSŁAWA.
MSZCZUJA f Medieval Polish
Feminine form of Mszczuj.
NAJMIŁA f Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish name meaning "most pleasant".
NASTAZYJA f Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish variant of Nastazja.
NAWOJKA f Medieval Polish
Feminine form of NAWOJ.
NELKO m Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish diminutive of KORNEL and KORNELIUSZ.
NEMOY m Medieval Polish, Medieval Czech, Medieval
Polish nie "not" + Polish mój "mine".... [more]
NIEDŹWIEDŹ m Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish masculine name meaning "bear".
NIEGAN m Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish diminutive of NIEGOSŁAW.
NIEGO m Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish diminutive of NIEGOSŁAW.
NIERADKA f Medieval Polish
Feminine form of Nierad.
NIEROD m Medieval Polish
Derived from Polish nie "not" and Old Slavic *rodъ "family; generation".
NIESTANKA f Medieval Polish
Feminine form of Niestek.
NINOGNIEW m Medieval Polish
Meaning "one whose anger is new", from the elements nino ("young" or "new"), and gniew ("anger").
NUTKA f Medieval Polish
Diminutive of ANNA.
ODOLF m Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish variant of ADOLF.
OFKA f Medieval Czech, Medieval Polish
Medieval Czech and Medieval Polish diminutive of EUFEMIA or (less common) SOFIA.
OLDRZYK m Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish variant of ADALRYK.
OLIWIR m Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish variant of OLIWIER.
OLWER m Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish variant of OLIWER.
ORACY m Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish variant of HORACY.
OSZKA f Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish diminutive of OŻANNA and ZUZANNA.
OWDOCIA f Medieval Polish
Likely a variant of EUDOKIA.
OŻANKA f Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish diminutive of OŻANNA and ZUZANNA.
PABIAN m Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish form of FABIAN.
PACHNA f Medieval Polish
Derived from the Polish word for "scent" or "aroma"; compare Polish pachnąć "to smell of". This was used as a feminine given name in medieval Poland.
PASZKO m Medieval Polish
Diminutive of PAWEŁ.
PAWAŁ m Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish variant of PAWEŁ.
PAWIL m Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish variant of PAWEŁ.
PAWLIK m Medieval Polish
Diminutive of PAWIL.
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