Romanian Submitted Names
are used in the countries of Romania and Moldova in eastern Europe.
Submitted names are contributed by users of this website. The accuracy of these name definitions cannot be guaranteed.
ADEODAT m Bulgarian, Croatian, Macedonian, Polish, Romanian, Russian, Serbian, Slovak, Ukrainian
Bulgarian, Croatian, Macedonian, Polish, Romanian, Russian, Serbian, Slovak and Ukrainian form of Adeodatus
AFRODITA f Basque, Albanian, Bosnian, Catalan, Croatian, Galician, Macedonian, Bulgarian, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Serbian, Spanish, Ukrainian
Cognate of Aphrodite
ALCEU m Catalan, Portuguese, Romanian, Sicilian
Catalan, Portuguese, Romanian and Sicilian form of Alcaeus
. Known bearers of this name include Brazilian writer and journalist Alceu Amoroso Lima (1893-1983) and Brazilian soccer player Alceu Rodrigues Simoni Filho (b... [more]
ATENA f Catalan (Rare), Croatian (Rare), Italian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Slovene, Serbian
Catalan, Croatian, Italian, Polish, Portuguese and Romanian form of Athena
AURAS m Romanian
This name has been used since the 20th century especially in gipsy camps, and means "gold", or "like gold".
BEBE m Romanian
Originally, a Romanian nickname also used as a given name, meaning "baby".... [more]
BUCUR m Romanian, Romanian Mythology
Bucur is the legendary Romanian shepherd who is said to have founded Bucharest (Bucureşti in Romanian). The names is possibly derived from Romanian bucurie
CĂLIN m Romanian
Means "guelder rose (a type of flower)" in Romanian.
CĂLȚUNA f Romanian
This was the name of Vlad Dracul's noble Wallachian mistress, a boyar lady who became the mother of his son Vlad Călugărul ('Vlad the Monk').
CERASELLA f Romanian, Italian
The name probably comes from a 1959 Italian teen comedy film and a 1959 Canzone Napoletana song.
CODRUȚA f Romanian
Derived from Romanian codru
"forest" with a feminine diminutive suffix.
COTISO m Romanian (Rare), History
Cotiso was the name of a Dacian king (approximately 30 BC) who ruled the mountains between Banat and Oltenia (modern-day Romania).
DACIA f Romanian
Derived from the Ancient Roman name for the region which is now present-day Romania and Moldova.
DARIE m Romanian
A name with Greek and Persian origins. It means "he owns", "rich" or "regal".... [more]
DUCU m Romanian
Romanian diminutive of the given name Radu
or names containing the name element.
DULCINEEA f Romanian (Rare)
From the old and rare romanian word dulcinee
, meaning "girlfriend", ultimately derived from the romanian word dulce
EVARIST m Bosnian, Bulgarian, Catalan, Croatian, Romanian, Russian, Serbian, Slovak, Slovene
Bosnian, Bulgarian, Catalan, Croatian, Romanian, Russian, Serbian, Slovak and Slovene form of Evaristus
FLORENȚA f Romanian
Romanian form of Florentia
). Note that Florența
is also the Romanian name for the Italian city of Florence.
GELU m Romanian
Gelou is portrayed as 'some Vlach' (originally 'quidam Blacus', Vlach and Blacus meaning 'Romanian') being a leader of the Vlachs in Transylvania, and having his capital at Doboka. He was said to be defeated by the warriors of the Magyar chieftain Töhötöm.... [more]
ILARIE m Romanian
Romanian form of Hilarius
. This name was borne by Ilarie Voronca (1903-1946), the pen name of Romanian-French avant-garde poet and essayist Eduard Marcus.
IONICA f Romanian, Dutch (Rare)
Diminutive form of Ioana
. Also compare Ionică
. In the Netherlands, a known bearer of this name is the Dutch mathematician and science journalist Ionica Smeets (b. 1979). She is not of Romanian descent, but was named after a Romanian woman whom her parents had met during a journey in Romania.
LUCREȚIU m Romanian (Rare)
Romanian form of Lucretius
). A notable bearer of this name was the Romanian communist politician Lucrețiu Pătrășcanu (1900-1954).
MANOLACHE m Romanian
Romanian masculine name of unclear meaning. It was borne by Manolache Costache Epureanu (1823–1880), twice Prime Minister of Romania (20 April-14 December 1870 and 6 May-5 August 1876).
MICŞUNICA f Romanian
A Romanian flower name derived from micșunea
which means erysimum cheiri
MIHNEA m Romanian
A famous barrer of this name is Mihnea son of Vlad the Impalor.Mihnea was the first son of Vlad and only son with first his first wife whose name is not known.Mihnea was known as "The Bad" or the "Wrongdoer" due to his cruel and quite evil personality due to how badly he treated the people he ruled over in the region of Wallachia, Romania.Mihnea ruled at the end of the beginning of the 16th century when he was murdered on the steps of a church in Sibiu,Transylvania,Romania in 1510.... [more]
NICOARA m Romanian
Used pretty much until 19-th century, now very rare, I believe the first form used of Nicholas in Romanian language