Gender Masculine
Scripts Илија(Macedonian, Serbian) Илия(Bulgarian)

Meaning & History

Macedonian, Serbian and Croatian form of Elijah, and an alternate transcription of Bulgarian Илия (see Iliya).

Related Names

VariantsIlia, Iliya(Bulgarian)
DiminutiveIle(Macedonian)
Feminine FormsIlina, Ilinka(Macedonian) Ilinka(Serbian) Ilinka(Croatian) Iliana, Ilina, Iliyana(Bulgarian)
Other Languages & CulturesIlyas(Arabic) Ilyes(Arabic (Maghrebi)) Ilia, Ilya(Belarusian) Elijah(Biblical) Elias, Eliou(Biblical Greek) Eliyyahu(Biblical Hebrew) Elias, Helias(Biblical Latin) Eliáš, Ilja(Czech) Elias(Danish) Elias, Elian(Dutch) Elias, Elijah(English) Ilja(Estonian) Eelis, Elias, Eljas(Finnish) Élie(French) Ilia(Georgian) Elias(German) Elias, Ilias(Greek) Elijah, Eliya, Eliyahu(Hebrew) Illés, Éliás(Hungarian) Elías(Icelandic) Elia(Italian) Ilja, Elijas(Lithuanian) Elis(Medieval English) Elias(Norwegian) Eliasz(Polish) Elias(Portuguese) Ilie(Romanian) Ilia, Ilja, Ilya(Russian) Elías(Spanish) Elias, Elis, Lias(Swedish) İlyas(Turkish) Illya(Ukrainian)
Surname DescendantsIlić(Croatian) Ilić(Serbian)

Popularity

People think this name is

classic   formal   natural   delicate   strange   complex   serious  

Name Days

Croatia: April 17
Croatia: July 20

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Entry updated January 22, 2019