KrumКрумmBulgarian, Macedonian (Rare) Meaning uncertain. One source states that the name is derived from Proto-Bulgarian krum meaning "rock", whilst another source states that the name is ultimately of Iranian origin but declines to provide its meaning.... [more]
KubratКубратmBulgarian, Bulgar, Medieval Slavic Of debated origin and meaning; theories include a derivation from Turkic qobrat "to gather" and a derivation from Turkic qurt "wolf". Kubrat was the ruler of the Onogur–Bulgars, credited with establishing the confederation of Old Great Bulgaria in ca... [more]
MeglenaМегленаfBulgarian (Rare) Of debated origin and meaning. Theories include a contracted form of Magdalena, a derivation from Slavic megla "mist, fog" and a derivation from an Old Bulgarian меглен "wind".
MilitzafBulgarian Variant transcription of Милица (see Militsa). This was the name Duchess Jutta of Mecklenburg-Strelitz took after her marriage to the heir apparent of Montenegro Prince Danilo and her conversion to Orthodoxy.
NovomirНовомирmSoviet, Bulgarian, Russian Means "new peace" or "new world", derived from Russian новый (novyy) meaning "new, fresh" combined with Russian мир (mir) meaning "peace" as well as "world". This name was created by Communist parents who were eager to reject traditional names.
PetromirПетромирmBulgarian This name is Christian in origin. The first element is derived from Petros (see Peter) and refers to Saint Peter, who was one of Jesus' twelve apostles and went on to become the first Pope of the Catholic Church... [more]
PetroslavПетрославmBulgarian This name is Christian in origin. The first element is derived from Petros (see Peter) and refers to Saint Peter, who was one of Jesus' twelve apostles and went on to become the first Pope of the Catholic Church... [more]