Pronounced as "Z:deh-nek". [noted -ed]

Zdenek without wedge is Old Czech form.
Famous bearers:
Zdeněk Burian, painter, graphic artist, illustrator
Zdeněk Dítě, actor
Zdeněk Fibich, composer
Zdeněk Grygera, footballer
Zdeněk Chalabala, dirigent
Zdeněk Izer, actor, comedian
Zdeněk Jarkovský, hockey player
Zdeněk Jílek, pedagogue, pianist
Zdeněk Lukáš, composer
Zdeněk Liška, composer
Zdeněk Mahler, author, historian, musicologist
Zdeněk Matějček, doctor, paediatrist, psychiatrist
Zdeněk Mácal, dirigent
Zdeněk Miler, director
Zdeněk Nehoda, football player
Zdeněk Nejedlý, politician, musicologist
Zdeněk Němeček, author
Zdeněk Pluhař, author
Zdeněk Podskalský, film director
Zdeněk Řehoř, actor
Zdeněk Srstka, stuntman, actor, lifter
Zdeněk Svěrák, playwright, writer, actor
Zdeněk Škromach, politician
Zdeněk Švarc, hockey player
Zdeněk Troška, film and stage director
Zdeněk Veselovský, zoologist, ethologist, ornithologist
Re: Zdeněk Chalabala and Zdeněk Mácal: "dirigent" means "conductor" (i.e., musical) in Czech and German (at least).
Nickname Zdeněk (or Zdenek) is derived from an Old Slavonic name Zdeslav. [noted -ed]
I know someone with this name. He pronounces it ze-dik.
Pronounced as "Z-deniek".

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