Albanian Submitted Names

Albanian names are used in the country of Albania, as well as Kosovo and other Albanian communities throughout the world.
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Submitted names are contributed by users of this website. The accuracy of these name definitions cannot be guaranteed.
Abdyl m Albanian
Albanian form of Abdullah.
Abla f Albanian (Rare)
Albanian form of 'Abla.
Adea f Greek Mythology, Albanian
In Greek mythology, Adea was the birth name of Eurydice.
Adisa f Bosnian, Albanian
Feminine form of Adis.
Admirim m Albanian
Derived from Albanian admirim "admiration".
Afrime f Albanian
Feminine form of Afrim.
Afroviti f Albanian
Albanian form of Aphrodite (via Greek Afroditi).
Agime f Albanian
Feminine form of Agim.
Agnesë f Albanian
Albanian form of Agnes.
Agon m Albanian
Derived from Albanian agon "to become morning, dawn".
Agron m Albanian, Greek Mythology
From the Ancient Greek Ἄγρων (Ágrōn) meaning "field" or "wild, rustic", or from Albanian ag "dawn". This was the name of an Illyrian king, husband of Teuta... [more]
Ajan m Albanian
Albanian form of Turkish Ayan.
Ajete f Albanian
Albanian form of Ayat.
Ajkuna f Albanian, Albanian Mythology
In Albanian mythology, Ajkuna is the wife of Muji.
Ajshë f Albanian
Albanian form of Aisha.
Albian m Albanian
Variant of Albion.
Albiana f Albanian
Feminine form of Albian.
Albiona f Albanian
Feminine form of Albion.
Albjon m Albanian
Variant of Albion.
Albulena f Albanian
Of uncertain origin. This is a commemorative name paying homage to the Battle of Albulena (1457) fought between Albanian forces led by Skanderbeg and an Ottoman army under Isak bey Evrenoz and Skanderbeg's nephew, Hamza Kastrioti... [more]
Alesia f Albanian
Albanian cognate of Alexia and Alessia.
Alesio m Albanian
Albanian borrowing of Alessio.
Alesja f Albanian
Variant of Alesia.
Alie f Albanian
Variant of Alije.
Alije f Albanian
Feminine form of Ali 1.
Alisja f Albanian
Albanian borrowing of Alicia.
Alket m Albanian
Variant of Alketi.
Alketa f Albanian
Feminine form of Alket.
Alketi m Albanian (Rare)
Albanian form of Alketas.
Alteo m Albanian, Italian
Masculine form of Altea.
Altin m Albanian
Derived from Turkish altın "gold", ultimately via Ottoman Turkish آلتون‎ (altın, altun) "gold", from Proto-Turkic *altun "gold".
Altina f Albanian
Feminine form of Altin.
Amantia f Albanian
Derived from the name of the city of Amantia, an ancient city and the main settlement of the Amantes, located in a transboundary region between Epirus and southern Illyria in classical antiquity.
Amelja f Albanian
Variant of Amelia.
Anda f Albanian
Derived from Gheg Albanian andë "desire, inclination, pleasure".
Andena f Albanian (Rare)
Feminine form of Andis.
Andi m Albanian
Derived from Gheg Albanian andë "desire, inclination, pleasure".
Andia f Albanian
Feminine form of Andi and Andis.
Andin m Albanian, Kosovar
Variant of Andi and Andis.
Andina f Albanian
Feminine form of Andin.
Andis m Albanian
Of debated origin and meaning.
Androniqi f Albanian
Albanian borrowing of Androniki.
Andrra f Albanian
Of unknown meaning
Anduela f Albanian
Feminine form of Anduel.
Angjela f Albanian
Feminine form of Angjelo.
Angjelina f Albanian
Albanian form of Angelina.
Angjelo m Albanian
Albanian form of Angelos.
Anila f Albanian
Diminutive of Ana.
Anjeza f Albanian
Albanian form of Agnes.
Anjezë f Albanian
Albanian form of Agnes. A famous bearer is Mother Teresa who was born Anjezë Gonxhe Bojaxhiu.
Antigona f Albanian, Croatian (Rare)
Albanian and Croatian form of Antigone.
Antoneta f Croatian, Albanian
Croatian and Albanian form of Antoinette.
Antonjo m Albanian
Albanian borrowing of Antonio.
Anxhelina f Albanian
Albanian form of Angelina.
Arban m Albanian
Masculine form of Arbana.
Arbën m Albanian
Derived from Albanian arbën "Albanian".
Arben m Albanian
Variant of Arbën.
Arbena f Albanian
Feminine form of Arben.
Arbënor m Albanian (Rare)
Variant of Arbën, with adjectival suffix -or.
Arbënore f Albanian
Gheg Albanian feminine form of Arbën by way of adding the adjectival suffix -ore.
Arbër m Albanian
The name represents the demonym of Albania as it used to be called in Medieval times, "Arberi/a". It ultimately goes back to the Albanian tribal name Arbër/Arbëreshë.... [more]
Arber m Albanian
Variant of Arbër.
Arbërie f Albanian
Feminine form of Arbër.
Arbërore f Albanian, Kosovar
Tosk Albanian feminine form of Arbër by way of adding the adjectival suffix -ore.
Arbian m Albanian
Variant of Arben.
Arbiana f Albanian
Feminine form of Arbian.
Arbnor m Albanian
Variant of Arbënor.
Arbnora f Albanian
Feminine form of Arbnor.
Arbora f Albanian (Rare)
Feminine form of Arbor.
Arbresha f Albanian (Rare)
Feminine form of Arbresh.
Ardi m Albanian
Variant of Ardian.
Ardian m Albanian, Serbian (Modern, Rare), Bosnian
Ardian is a personal name deriving from the name of an Illyrian tribe of Ardiaei, whose original homeland was the valley of the Neretva river, in present day Bosnia and Herzegovina. However, the name is mainly present among modern Albanians, as they consider themselves to be the direct descendants of ancient Illyrians... [more]
Ardiana f Albanian
Feminine form of Ardian.
Ardijan m Albanian
Variant of Ardian.
Ardijana f Albanian
Feminine form of Ardijan.
Ardjan m Albanian
Variant of Ardian.
Argjend m Albanian
Derived from Albanian argjend "silver; silver thread".
Arian m Albanian
Derived from Albanian ar "golden; gold" and jetë "life".
Ariana f Albanian
Feminine form of Arian.
Arianita f Albanian
Feminine form of Arianit.
Ariela f Hebrew, Albanian, Croatian, Italian (Rare), Polish
Hebrew variant of Ariella, Polish feminine form of Ariel, Italian feminine form of Ariele as well as a Croatian and Albanian borrowing of the Italian name.
Ariona f Albanian
Feminine form of Arion.
Arisa f Albanian
Feminine form of Aris.
Arjan m Albanian
Variant of Arian.
Arjana f Albanian
Feminine form of Arjan.
Arjeta f Albanian
Derived from Albanian ar "gold" and jetë "life".
Arjola f Albanian
Variant of Ariola.
Arjon m Albanian
Variant of Arion.
Arjona f Albanian
Feminine form of Arjon.
Arlind m Albanian
Derived from Albanian ar "gold; treasure, gem; golden; precious" and lindje "east; birth" and thus commonly interpreted as "golden birth".
Arlinda f Albanian
Derived from Albanian ar "gold; treasure, gem; golden; precious" and lindje "east; birth" and thus commonly interpreted as "golden birth".
Armend m Albanian
Derived from Albanian ar "gold" and mend "mind".
Armenda f Albanian (Rare)
Feminine form of Armend.
Arminda f Albanian
Variant of Armenda.
Armir m Albanian
Derived from Albanian ar "gold" and mirë "good".
Armira f Albanian
Feminine form of Armir.
Arsim m Albanian, Kosovar
Derived from Albanian arsim "education; formation".
Arta f Albanian
Possibly derived from the name of the city of Arta in southwestern Greece. A city with connections to Albania and Albanians. The name of the city is popularly held to be derived from Albanian artë "golden" (compare ar "gold")
Artan m Albanian
Derived from Albanian artë "golden".
Artana f Albanian
Feminine form of Artan.
Artemisa f Romanian, Galician, Albanian
Albanian, Romanian and Galician form of Artemisia.
Artiana f Albanian (Rare)
Feminine form of Artian.
Artor m Albanian (Rare)
Derived from Albanian artor, an archaic term for a farmworker who works in the fields.
Arturi m Albanian (Rare)
Albanian form of Arthur.
Arvena f Albanian (Rare)
Feminine form of Arven.
Asti m History (Ecclesiastical), Albanian
Asti is a 2nd-century Christian martyr venerated by the Roman Catholic and Eastern Orthodox churches. He was the bishop of Dyrrhachium (now Durrës in Albania). According to legend, he was arrested by Agricola, the Roman governor of Dyrrachium, and was tortured to death around 98 AD for refusing to worship the god Dionysius.
Astrit m Albanian
Derived from Albanian astrit "green whip snake; snake; dragon" and, figuratively, "agile and intrepid person".
Atdhe m Albanian (Rare)
Derived from Albanian atdhe "fatherland, homeland".
Atifete f Albanian
This is the name of Kosovar politician and former president of Kosovo, Atifete Jahjaga.
Aulona f Albanian
Feminine form of Aulon.
Aurela f Albanian
Feminine form of Aurel.
Avdullah m Kosovar, Albanian
Albanian form of Abdullah.
Azem m Albanian, Bosnian
Variant of Azim.
Azis m Indonesian, Malay, Filipino, Maranao, Albanian
Indonesian, Malay, Maranao and Albanian form of Aziz.
Bahri m Arabic, Turkish, Indonesian, Albanian
Means "maritime, nautical, marine" in Arabic, a derivative of بحر (bahr) meaning "sea".
Bahrie f Albanian
Variant of Bahrije.
Bahrije f Albanian
Albanian form of Bahriye.
Bajame f Albanian
Derived from Albanian bajame "almond".
Bajo m Albanian, Montenegrin, Serbian, Slovak
Albanian short form of Bajram as well as a diminutive of Branislav (Slovak) and Bratislav (Montenegrin and Serbian).... [more]
Bajram m Albanian
Albanian form of Bayram.
Bardh m Albanian
Derived from Albanian bardh "to whiten; brighten" and, figuratively, "to bring honor and glory".
Bardha f Albanian, Albanian Mythology
Feminine form of Bardh. In Albanian mythology, Bardha are pale, nebulous figures who dwell under the earth. According to old folklore, to propitiate them one strews cakes or sugar on the ground.
Bardhok m Albanian
Derived from Albanian bardhok "fair-haired; white; white ram".
Bardhosh m Albanian
Derived from Albanian bardhosh "pallid, pale; blond or gray-haired; white bull, white steer, white ox". The name coincides with that of a village in Kosovo.
Bardhyl m Albanian
From Bardylis, the name of an ancient Illyrian king (reigned from 385 to 358 BC), which is popularly held to mean "white star" from Albanian bardhë "white" and yll "star".
Bardhyle f Albanian (Rare)
Feminine form of Bardhyl.
Bashkime f Albanian
Feminine form of Bashkim.
Bato m Albanian (Rare), History, Illyrian
Bato the Daesitiate (also known as Bato of the Daesitiates) was a chieftain of the Daesitiates, an Illyrian tribe which fought against the Roman Empire between 6 and 9 AD in a conflict known as Bellum Batonianum.
Bedrie f Albanian
Variant of Bedrije.
Bedrije f Albanian
Feminine form of Bedri.
Begator m Albanian (Rare)
Derived from Albanian begator "wealthy, prosperous; fertile, fruitful, abundant".
Behare f Albanian
Feminine form of Behar.
Behije f Albanian
Albanian form of Behiye.
Bejkush m Albanian (Rare)
Derived from Albanian bejkush "white-haired (said of sheep); white ram".
Bekim m Albanian
Derived from Albanian bekim "blessing".
Bekime f Albanian (Rare)
Feminine form of Bekim.
Belina f Albanian
Derived from Albanian belinë "Jerusalem sage (plant)".
Benuela f Albanian (Rare)
Of unknown meaning.
Besa f Albanian
Derived from Akbanian besë "pledge, word of honor; trust, faith".
Besara f Albanian
Feminine form of Besar.
Besart m Albanian
Possibly derived from Albanian besë "faith; trust; promise; oath" and artë "golden".
Besarta f Albanian
Feminine form of Besart.
Besfort m Albanian
Derived from Albanian besim "faith; belief" and fort "strong".
Besian m Albanian
Masculine form of Besiana.
Besiana f Albanian
Variant of Besjana.
Besime f Albanian
Feminine form of Besim 2.
Besion m Albanian
Variant of Besian.
Besjan m Albanian
Variant of Besian.
Besjana f Albanian
Derived from Besiana, one of the Albanian names of Podujevo, a city in north-eastern Kosovo. Allegedly, the name is ultimately derived from Albanian besë "faith; belief; trust; oath; promise".
Besjona f Albanian
Variant of Besjana.
Besmir m Albanian
Derived from Albanian besë "faith, trust" and mirë "good".
Besmira f Albanian
Feminine form of Besmir.
Besnike f Albanian
Feminine form of Besnik.
Betim m Albanian
Derived from Albanian betim "oath, pledge".
Betime f Albanian (Rare)
Feminine form of Betim.
Bexhete f Albanian (Rare)
Feminine form of Bexhet.
Bilbil m Albanian
Derived from Albanian bilbil "nightingale".
Binak m Albanian
Derived from Albanian binak "twin".
Bjeshka f Albanian (Rare)
Derived from Albanian bjeshkë "mountain, alpine pasture".
Bledar m Albanian
Variant of Bled.
Blediana f Albanian (Rare)
Feminine form of Bledian.
Bledina f Albanian
Feminine form of Bled.
Bledion m Albanian
Variant of Bledian.
Blenda f Albanian
Feminine form of Blendi.
Bleona f Albanian
Feminine form of Bleon.
Bleranda f Albanian (Rare)
Feminine form of Blerand.
Blerim m Albanian
Derived from Albanian blerim "greenery, verdure".
Blerime f Albanian (Rare)
Feminine form of Blerim.
Blerina f Albanian
Feminine form of Blerim.
Bleron m Albanian
Derived from Albanian bleron "to become verdant, to sprout".
Blerona f Albanian
Feminine form of Bleron.
Bleta f Albanian
Derived from Albanian bletë "bee". According to Albanian folk belief, the bee is a sacred animal: when an animal ceases to live, Albanians predominantly use the verb ngordh while when a bee ceases to live, the verb vdes is used (which is used to refer to human death), alluding that bees are beings of a higher caste, comparable to humans.
Blin m Albanian
Derived from Albanian bli(n) "sturgeon" or bli(r) "linden tree, lime tree; linden flower".
Blina f Albanian (Rare)
Feminine form of Blin.
Blinera f Albanian (Rare)
Derived from Albanian bli(r) "linden tree, lime tree; linden flower" and erë "wind; scent".
Borbardha f Albanian (Rare)
Derived from Albanian borë "snow" and bardhë "white".
Borian m Albanian
Masculine form of Boriana.
Boriana f Bulgarian, Albanian
Variant transliteration of Bulgarian Боряна (see Boryana).
Borina f Albanian
Diminutive of Bora 2.
Brikena f Albanian
Feminine form of Briken.
Bujana f Albanian
Derived from Albanian bujanë "deep spot in a river".
Bujar m Albanian
Derived from Albanian bujar "generous, noble" and, historically, "boyar, nobleman".
Bujare f Albanian
Feminine form of Bujar.
Bukuri f Albanian
Derived from Albanian bukuri "beauty".
Bukurie f Albanian
Variant of Bukuri.
Bukurosh m Albanian
Derived from Albanian bukurosh "good-looking, handsome".
Bukuroshe f Albanian
Feminine form of Bukurosh.
Bulëza f Albanian (Rare)
Derived from Albanian bulëz "melodic unit, unit of rhythm".
Burbuqe f Albanian
Derived from Albanian burbuqe "flower bud".
Burime f Albanian
Feminine form of Burim.
Çelik m Albanian (Rare)
Possibly derived from the name of the town in Kosovo.
Çelike f Albanian (Rare)
Feminine form of Çelik.
Çeljeta f Albanian
Derived from Albanian çel "to open up, to sprout, to begin" and jetë "life".
Çerçiz m Albanian (Rare)
Meaning unknown at this time. A notable bearer of this name was the Albanian revolutionary and guerrilla fighter Çerçiz Topulli (1880-1915).
Çlirim m Albanian
Derived from Albanian çliroj "to free; to set free; to release".