Gender Masculine
Scripts Станислав(Russian, Bulgarian, Serbian) Станіслав(Ukrainian)
Pronounced Pron. /ˈsta.ɲɪ.slaf/(Czech) /ˈsta.ɲi.slau̯/(Slovak) /stə.nʲɪ.ˈslaf/(Russian)  [key·simplify]

Meaning & History

Derived from the Slavic element stati "stand, become" (inflected forms in stan-) combined with slava "glory". This name was borne by a few medieval saints (typically called by the Polish form Stanisław or Latinized form Stanislaus), including a bishop of Krakow who was martyred in the 11th century.

Related Names

DiminutivesSlávek(Czech) Slava, Stas(Russian) Slava, Stas(Ukrainian) Stane(Slovene)
Feminine FormsStanislava, Stáňa(Czech) Stanislava(Slovak) Stanislava, Stasya(Russian) Stanislava, Slava(Ukrainian) Stanislava(Bulgarian) Stanislava, Slava(Slovene) Stanislava, Stana(Serbian) Stanislava, Slava, Stana(Croatian)
Other Languages & CulturesStanislau, Slava(Belarusian) Stanislas(French) Stanislao(Italian) Staņislavs(Latvian) Stanislovas, Stasys(Lithuanian) Stanislavŭ(Old Slavic) Stanisław, Stan(Polish) Stan(Romanian) Estanislao(Spanish)


People think this name is

classic   mature   formal   upper class   wholesome   strong   refined   strange   complex   serious  

Name Days

Bulgaria: December 5
Croatia: April 11
Croatia: April 26
Croatia: October 14
Croatia: November 13
Czechia: May 7
Slovakia: November 13


Entry updated April 23, 2024