Bulgarian Submitted Names

Bulgarian names are used in the country of Bulgaria in southeastern Europe. See also about Bulgarian names.
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Raika Райкя f Bulgarian
Variant transcription of Bulgarian Райкя (see Rayka).
Rajna Райна f Bulgarian
Variant transcription of Bulgarian Райна (see Rayna).
Ralica Ралица f Bulgarian
Variant transcription of Ралица (see Ralitsa).
Ralina Ралина f English, Bulgarian
Ralitza Ралица f Bulgarian
Variant transcription of Ралица (see Ralitsa).
Raliza Ралица f Bulgarian
Variant transcription of Ралица (see Ralitsa).
Rangel Рангел m Bulgarian
Derived from archangel via arangel.
Rayka f Bulgarian
Feminine form of Rayko.
Razvigor Развигор m Bulgarian, Macedonian
Derived from Macedonian развигор (razvigor) "breeze".
Reneta Ренета f Bulgarian
Variant of Renata.
Revokat Ревокат m Bulgarian (Archaic), Russian (Archaic)
Bulgarian and Russian form of Revocatus.
Rodislav Родислав m Bulgarian, Croatian, Serbian
Bulgarian, Croatian and Serbian cognate of Rodosław.
Romil Ромил m Bulgarian (Rare), Russian (Rare)
Bulgarian and Russian form of Romulus via the Greek form Rhomylos.
Rosen Росен m Bulgarian
Derived from Bulgarian росен (rosen) meaning "dittany (a type of flower)". This name is borne by Rosen Plevneliev (1964-), the fourth president of Bulgaria.
Rosena Росена f Bulgarian
Feminine form of Rosen.
Rositza Росица f Bulgarian (Rare)
Variant transcription of Росица (see Rositsa).
Rostislava f Bulgarian
Feminine form of Rostislav.
Roumen Румен m Bulgarian
Variant transcription of Румен (see Rumen).
Roumena Румена f Bulgarian
Variant transcription of Румена (see Rumena).
Roumiana Румяна f Bulgarian
Variant transcription of Румяна (see Rumyana).
Roussanka Русанка f Bulgarian
Rozalina Розалина f Russian, Bulgarian
Russian and Bulgarian form of Rosalind or Rosaline.
Ruf Руф m Bulgarian, Croatian, Russian, Ukrainian
Bulgarian, Croatian, Russian and Ukrainian form of Rufus.
Rufin Руфин m Bulgarian, Croatian (Rare), French, Polish, Russian, Serbian, Provençal
Bulgarian, Croatian, French, Provençal, Polish, Russian and Serbian form of Rufinus.
Ruja Ружа f Bulgarian
Variant transcription of Ружа (see Ruzha).
Rumelyana Румеляна f Bulgarian
Rumina Румина f Bulgarian (Rare)
Variant of Rumena.
Rumjana Румяна f Bulgarian
Variant transcription of Румяна (see Rumyana).
Rusanka Русанка f Bulgarian
Rusomir Русомир m Bulgarian, Macedonian, Serbian
Bulgarian and Macedonian form of Rusimir, as well as a Serbian variant form of the same name.
Sabin Сабин m Romanian, Basque, English (Rare), Polish (Rare), French (Rare), Bulgarian (Rare)
English, Romanian, Basque, French and Polish form of Sabinus. Sabin of Bulgaria was the ruler of Bulgaria from 765 to 766.
Samuila f Bulgarian
Feminine form of Samuil.
Sando Сандо m Bulgarian
Diminutive of Alexander.
Savina Савина f Bulgarian
Feminine form of Sava.
Schiwka Живка f Bulgarian
Variant transcription of Живка (see Zhivka).
Schulieta Жулиета f Bulgarian (Germanized)
Variant transcription of Жулиета (see Zhulieta).
Sdrawka f Bulgarian (Germanized)
Variant transcription of Здравка (see Zdravka).
Servian Сервиан m Bulgarian, English, Ukrainian
Bulgarian, English and Ukrainian form of Servianus.
Servilian Сервилиан m Bulgarian, Russian, Ukrainian
Bulgarian, Russian and Ukrainian form of Servilianus.
Serviliy Сервилий m Bulgarian, Russian, Ukrainian
Bulgarian, Russian and Ukrainian form of Servilius.
Serviliya Сервилия f Bulgarian, Russian, Ukrainian
Bulgarian, Russian and Ukrainian form of Servilia.
Serviy Сервий m Bulgarian, Russian, Ukrainian
Bulgarian, Russian and Ukrainian form of Servius.
Sesil Сесил f Bulgarian (Rare)
Bulgarian form of Cecilia, perhaps via its French form Cécile.... [more]
Sevastiana Севастиана f Bulgarian (Rare), Romanian (Rare), Russian, Greek (Rare), Greek (Cypriot, Rare)
Bulgarian, Romanian and Russian form of Sebastiana and modern Greek spelling of Sebastiana.... [more]
Sevelina Севелина f Bulgarian
Severian Севериан m Bulgarian, English, Georgian, Russian, Ukrainian
Bulgarian, English, Russian and Ukrainian form of Severianus. This name is also used in Georgia, where it is a shorter form of Severiane, the older Georgian form of Severianus... [more]
Shasho Шашо m Bulgarian
Diminutive of Alexander.
Shina Шина f Bulgarian
Bulgarian short form of Anastasia most commonly used in the north-eastern region.
Shtedra Щедра f Bulgarian
Bulgarian feminine name from the word щедра (shtedra) meaning "generous".
Siagriy Сиагрий m Bulgarian, Russian, Ukrainian
Bulgarian, Russian and Ukrainian form of Syagrius.
Siana Сиана f Bulgarian
Variant transcription of Сиана (see Siyana).
Sidoniy Сидоний m Bulgarian, Russian, Ukrainian
Bulgarian, Russian and Ukrainian form of Sidonius.
Sidoniya Сидония f Bulgarian, Russian
Bulgarian and Russian form of Sidonia.
Sijana Сияна f Bulgarian
Variant transcription of Сияна (see Siyana).
Silvestar Силвестър m Bulgarian, Macedonian, Croatian, Serbian
South Slavic form of Silvester.
Simah Симах m Bulgarian, Croatian, Serbian, Slovene
Bulgarian, Croatian, Serbian and Slovene form of Symmachus.
Simeona Симеона f Bulgarian, Slovene
Feminine form of Simeon.
Simoneta Симонета f Bulgarian
Bulgarian borrowing of Simonetta.
Sirma Сирма f Bulgarian
A Slavic name from the Bulgarian word сърма which means "golden thread" or "silver thread" usually used in embroidery.
Siyana Сияна f Bulgarian
Derived from Bulgarian сияние (sianie) "glow; brightness; radiance; soft, gentle light".
Siyka Сийка f Bulgarian
Sizif Сизиф m Bulgarian, Croatian, Russian, Serbian, Ukrainian
Bulgarian, Croatian, Russian, Serbian and Ukrainian form of Sisyphos.
Skholastik Схоластик m Bulgarian, Russian, Ukrainian
Bulgarian, Russian and Ukrainian form of Scholasticus (see Scholastica).
Skolastika Сколастика f Indonesian, Swahili, Bulgarian, Croatian, Serbian
Indonesian, Swahili, Croatian, Serbian and Bulgarian form of Scholastica.
Slavena Славена f Bulgarian
Variant of Slavina.
Slaveya Славея f Bulgarian
Derived from Slavic slava meaning "glory".
Slaviana f Russian, Bulgarian, Romanian
The name is divided into 2 parts in Russian: (slu-veet) that means "praise", and Yana. The whole meaning is "praise Yana". It's a long name for Yana.
Slavina Славина f Bulgarian
Feminine form of Slavin.
Slavyan Славян m Bulgarian
Sneja Снежа f Bulgarian
Short form of Snejana.
Snejana Снежана f Bulgarian, Russian, Ukrainian
French transcription of Snezhana.
Snejanka Снежанка f Bulgarian
Meaning - Snow White ... [more]
Sneschana Снежана f Bulgarian (Germanized)
Variant transcription of Снежана (see Snezhana).
Snezha Снежа f Bulgarian
Variant transcription of Снежа (see Sneja).
Snezhina Снежина f Bulgarian
Variant of Snezhana.
Sofroniy Софроний m Bulgarian, Russian, Ukrainian
Bulgarian, Russian and Ukrainian form of Sophronios.
Sokrat Сократ m Bosnian, Bulgarian, Croatian, Georgian, Russian, Serbian, Ukrainian, Abkhaz
Bosnian, Bulgarian, Croatian, Russian, Serbian and Ukrainian form of Socrates as well as the Georgian and Abkhaz form of Sokrate.
Sorka Зорка f Bulgarian (Rare)
Variant transcription of Зорка (see Zorka).
Sorniza Зорница f Bulgarian (Germanized)
Variant transcription of Зорница (see Zornitsa).
Spasena Спасена f Bulgarian
Derived from Bulgarian спасена (spasena), the indefinite feminine singular past passive participle of спася (spasja) "to save, to rescue" referring to Jesus Christ.
Spasia Спасия f Bulgarian
Either a short form of Spasena or derived from Bulgarian спася (spasja) "to save, to rescue" referring to Jesus Christ.
Spasimir Спасимир m Bulgarian, Croatian
The first element of this name is derived from Bulgarian spasjá or spasjávam "to save, to rescue". Also compare Serbo-Croatian spasiti and Russian spasát', both of which mean "to save, to rescue"... [more]
Spaska Спаска f Bulgarian
Feminine form of Spas.
Stamat m Bulgarian
Bulgarian form of Stamatis.
Stanilia Станилия f Bulgarian
Variant transcription of Станилия (see Staniliya).
Staniliya Станилия f Bulgarian
Stanimira Станимира f Bulgarian
Feminine form of Stanimir.
Stavrakiy Ставракий m Bulgarian, Russian, Ukrainian
Bulgarian, Russian and Ukrainian form of Staurakios.
Stefanka Стефанка f Bulgarian
Feminine form of Stefan.
Stilian Стилиан m Bulgarian
Variant transcription of Стилиан (see Stiliyan).
Stiliana Стилияна f Bulgarian
Variant transcription of Стилияна (see Stiliyana).
Stiliyan Стилиян m Bulgarian
Bulgarian form of Stylianos.
Stiliyana Стилияна f Bulgarian
Feminine form of Stiliyan.
Stilyan Стилян m Bulgarian
Variant of Stiliyan.
Stilyana Стиляна f Bulgarian
Feminine form of Stilyan.
Stoichko Стоичко m Bulgarian
Derived from Bulgarian стоя (stoya) "to stand, to stay".
Stoika Стойка f Bulgarian
Variant transcription of Стойка (see Stoyka).
Stojanka Стоянка f Serbian, Croatian, Macedonian, Slovene, Bulgarian
Serbian, Croatian, Macedonian and Slovene feminine form of Stojan and Bulgarian variant transcription of Стоянка (see Stoyanka).
Stojka Стойка f Bulgarian
Variant transcription of Стойка (see Stoyka).
Stoyana Стояна f Bulgarian
Feminine form of Stoyan.
Stoycho Стойчо m Bulgarian
Stoyka Стойка f Bulgarian
Feminine form of Stoyko.
Strachimir m Bulgarian
Bulgarian form of Strachomir (also compare Strahimir).
Strahil Страхил m Bulgarian
This was the birth name of the Macedonian revolutionary Strašo Pindžur (1915-1943).
Svetana f Bulgarian
Bulgarian form of Sveta.
Svetlan Светлан m Bulgarian, Croatian (Rare)
Masculine form of Svetlana. A known bearer of this name is the Bulgarian former soccer player Svetlan Kondev (b. 1976).
Svetlin Светлин m Bulgarian
Variant of Svetlan. A known bearer of this name is the Bulgarian artist Svetlin Rusev (b. 1933).
Svetlina Светлина f Bulgarian
Bulgarian variant form of Svetlana.
Svetlomir m Bulgarian
Derived from the Slavic element svet meaning "light, world" and combined with miru meaning "peace, world".
Svetlozara f Bulgarian
A dithematic name composed from the Slavic name element SVET "light" and an unidentified second part.
Svetoslava Светослава f Bulgarian
Feminine form of Svetoslav.
Svetozara f Bulgarian
Feminine form of Svetozar.
Svilen Свилен m Bulgarian
Derive from Serbian свилен (svilen) "silky, silken".
Svilena Свилена f Bulgarian
Feminine form of Svilen.
Sylvina Силвина f Corsican, French, Bulgarian
Cognate of Silvina.
Tais Таис f Bulgarian, Russian, Spanish (Rare), Galician
Bulgarian, Russian and Spanish and Galician form of Thaïs.
Takvor m Armenian, Bulgarian
Means "crowned" in Armenian.
Taliya Талия f Russian, Bulgarian, Various
Russian and Bulgarian form of Thalia.
Tanyo Таньо m Bulgarian
Contracted form of other Bulgarian masculine names such as: Stoyan, Atanas, Stanislav, Tsvetan and so on, or the feminine Tanya. ... [more]
Tasko Таско m Bulgarian
Dialectal variant of Atanas.
Telesfor Телесфор m Bulgarian, Croatian, Polish, Russian, Serbian, Ukrainian
Bulgarian, Croatian, Polish, Russian, Serbian and Ukrainian form of Telesphoros (see Télesphore).
Temelko Темелко m Bulgarian, Macedonian
Meaning uncertain, but the -ko at the end indicates that it might possibly be a diminutive.
Temenuga Теменуга f Bulgarian
Derived from Bulgarian теменуга (temenuga) "violet (flower)".
Temenuschka Теменужка f Bulgarian (Germanized)
Variant transcription of Теменужка (see Temenuzhka).
Temenuzhka Теменужка f Bulgarian
Teodorina f Italian, Romanian, Bulgarian
Rare feminine form of Teodor, variant of Teodora.
Teodosii Теодосий m Bulgarian (Rare)
Bulgarian form of Theodosius. Its usage has declined since the late 19th century.
Teodosij Теодосий m Bulgarian
Variant transcription of Теодосий (see Theodosii).
Teron Терон m Bulgarian, Croatian, Polish
Bulgarian, Croatian and Polish form of Theron.
Tervel Тервел m Bulgarian
Khan Tervel, also called Tarvel, or Terval, or Terbelis in some Byzantine sources, was the Emperor of Bulgaria during the First Bulgarian Empire at the beginning of the 8th century.
Terwel Тервел m Bulgarian (Germanized)
German transcription of Tervel
Teya Тея f Bulgarian
Short form of Doroteya.
Theodosii Теодосий m Bulgarian
Variant transcription of Теодосий (see Teodosii).
Tianka f Bulgarian (Rare)
Diminutive form of Tiana.
Tiberiy Тиберий m Bulgarian, Russian, Ukrainian
Bulgarian, Russian and Ukrainian form of Tiberius.
Tidey Тидей m Bulgarian, Russian, Ukrainian
Bulgarian, Russian and Ukrainian form of Tydeus.
Timey Тимей m Bulgarian, Russian, Ukrainian
Bulgarian, Russian and Ukrainian form of Timaeus.
Tirtey Тиртей m Bulgarian, Russian, Ukrainian
Bulgarian, Russian and Ukrainian form of Tyrtaios.
Titsian Тициан m Bulgarian, Georgian, Russian, Ukrainian
Bulgarian, Georgian, Russian and Ukrainian form of Titian. A known bearer of this name was the Georgian poet Titsian Tabidze (1895-1937).
Tonimir Тонимир m Bulgarian, Croatian
The first element of this name is possibly derived from Russian tónkij or tónkiy "thin, slim, slender", which is ultimately derived from Proto-Slavic tьnъkъ "thin". The second element is derived from Slavic mir "peace"... [more]
Tonislav Тонислав m Bulgarian
The first element of this name is possibly derived from Russian tónkij or tónkiy "thin, slim, slender", which is ultimately derived from Proto-Slavic tьnъkъ "thin". The second element is derived from Slavic slav "glory"... [more]
Tonislava Тонислава f Bulgarian
Feminine form of Tonislav.
Totio Тотю m Bulgarian
Traicho Трайчо m Bulgarian
Traiko Трайко m Bulgarian
Variant transcription of Трайко (see Trayko).
Trayana Траяна f Bulgarian (Rare)
Feminine form of Trayan.
Trayko Трайко m Bulgarian
Diminutive of Trayan.
Trendafil Трендафил m Bulgarian (Rare)
Bulgarian masculine form of Trendafilka. Though it was popular in the 19th and 20th centuries, its usage has declined in recent years. The name also coincides with the Bulgarian word for the Japanese rose, a type of flower.
Trendafila f Bulgarian (Rare)
Derived from Bulgarian трендафил "rose".
Tsano Цано m Bulgarian
Tsarina f Bulgarian (Rare), Indonesian (Rare)
Taken directly from the title for a female monarch of Bulgaria, Serbia, or Russia.
Tselestin Целестин m Bulgarian, Russian, Ukrainian
Bulgarian, Russian and Ukrainian form of Caelestinus.
Tseliy Целий m Bulgarian, Russian, Ukrainian
Bulgarian, Russian and Ukrainian form of Caelius.
Tsenka Ценка f Bulgarian
Bulgarian short form of the given name Tsvetana.
Tsetsiliy Цецилий m Bulgarian, Russian, Ukrainian
Bulgarian, Russian and Ukrainian form of Caecilius (see Cecilia). Also see Tsetsiliya.
Tsetska Цецка f Bulgarian
Diminutive of Tsvetana.
Tsezarina Цезарина f Bulgarian
Bulgarian feminine name of possible modern coinage and unknown etymology. It may be ultimately taken from the name Caesar.
Tsezarion Цезарион m Bulgarian, Russian, Ukrainian
Bulgarian, Russian and Ukrainian form of Caesarion.
Tsvetelin Цветелин m Bulgarian
Masculine form of Tsvetelina.
Tsvetelina Цветелина f Bulgarian
Derived from Bulgarian цвет (cvet) meaning "flower".
Tsvetomir Цветомир m Bulgarian
The first element of this name is either derived from Bulgarian tsvete "flower" or from Bulgarian tsvyat "color". The second element is derived from Slavic mir "peace". As such, the meaning of this name is either "flower of peace" or "color of peace"... [more]
Tsvetomira Цветомира f Bulgarian
Feminine form of Tsvetomir.
Tsviata f Bulgarian
Derived from Bulgarian цвят (cvjat) "colour (usually vivid); (of a plant) blossom, flower; (figurative) elite, the best of the bunch".
Tzvetelina Цветелина f Bulgarian
Probably related to Tsveta.
Vaklin Ваклин m Bulgarian
From the Bulgarian вакъл (vakl) meaning "dark (eyes, hair, etc.)".
Vaklina Ваклина f Bulgarian (Rare)
Feminine form of Vaklin.
Valia Валя f & m Bulgarian, Georgian (Rare), Greek, Russian
In Bulgaria and Russia, this name is a variant transcription of the unisex name Valya.... [more]
Valka f Bulgarian (Rare)
Feminine form of Valko.
Valtasar Валтасар m Russian, Bulgarian, Ukrainian
Bulgarian and variant Russian and Ukrainian forms of Balthazar.
Vane Ване m Bulgarian
Bulgarian diminutive of Ivan.
Vania Ваня f Bulgarian
Diminutive of Ivana.
Vanka Ванка f & m Bulgarian, Macedonian, Russian
Bulgarian and Macedonian feminine diminutive of Ivana and Russian masculine diminutive of Ivan (rare for Russian girls).
Vanko Ванко m Bulgarian
Diminutive of Ivan.
Vanya Ваня f Bulgarian
Feminine form of Vanyo.
Vanyo Ваньо m Bulgarian
Diminutive of Ivan.
Varban Върбан m Bulgarian
Derived from Bulgarian върба "willow tree".
Varbin Върбин m Bulgarian
Varbinka Върбинка f Bulgarian
Derived from Bulgarian върбинка "verbena, vervain".
Vardar Вардар m Bulgarian
From the name of the river Vardar, itself from Thracian Vardários, ultimately from Proto-Indo-European (PIE) *(s)wordo-wori- meaning "black water". Folk etymology, however, links the name to вардя (vardya) meaning "to shield, protect".
Variniy Вариний m Bulgarian, Russian
Bulgarian and Russian form of Varinius.
Variy Варий m Bulgarian, Russian, Ukrainian
Bulgarian, Russian and Ukrainian form of Varius.
Vasilena Василена f Bulgarian
Feminine form of Vasil.
Vedra f Bulgarian
Feminine form of Vedran.
Velemir Велемир m Bulgarian, Croatian (Rare), Serbian, Slovene
Variant of Velimir.
Velian Велиян m Bulgarian
Veliana Велиана, Веляна f Bulgarian
Feminine form of Velian.
Velichka Величка f Bulgarian
Feminine form of Velichko.
Veličko Величко m Serbian (Rare), Bulgarian
Derived from the adjective velik, meaning "big, large in size".
Velika Велика f Bulgarian (Rare)
Feminine form of Veliko.
Veliko Велико m Bulgarian
Variant of Velichko.
Velimira Велимира f Bulgarian, Croatian, Serbian, Slovene
Feminine form of Velimir.
Velin Велин m Bulgarian
Derived from Slavic veli meaning "great".
Velina Велина f Bulgarian
Feminine form of Velin.
Velislav Велислав m Bulgarian, Medieval Czech
From Old Church Slavonic велии (velii) meaning "great" combined with слава (slava) "fame, glory".
Velislava Велислава f Bulgarian
Feminine form of Velislav.
Velizar Велизар m Bulgarian
Bulgarian form of Belisarius.
Velizara f Bulgarian
Feminine form of Velizar.
Velka f Bulgarian
Feminine form of Velko.
Velko Велко m Bulgarian
Velmir Велмир m Bulgarian
Cognate of Velimir.
Velmira Велмирa f Bulgarian, Hungarian
Bulgarian feminine form of Velmir as well as a Hungarian borrowing of this name.
Velyana Веляна f Bulgarian
Variant transcription of Веляна (see Veliana).
Vencho Венчо m Bulgarian
Variant of Venko.
Vencislav Венцислав m Bulgarian
Variant of Ventseslav.
Venelin Венелин m Bulgarian
Derived from Венелин (Venelin), the surname of the Russian slavist and philologist Yuriy Venelin (1802-1839), who is best known for his research on the language, history and culture of Bulgaria and the Bulgarian people... [more]
Venelina Венелина f Bulgarian
Feminine form of Venelin. A known bearer of this name is the Bulgarian high jumper Venelina Veneva-Mateeva (b. 1974).
Veneta Венета f Bulgarian
Feminine form of Venets.
Venets Венец m Bulgarian (Rare)
Derived from Bulgarian венец "wreath, garland; crown; halo, nimbus, aureole".
Venka Венка f Bulgarian
Feminine form of Venko.
Venko Венко m Bulgarian, Macedonian
Short form of Veniamin and Venelin as well as a variant of Wenceslas.... [more]
Ventseslava Венцеслава f Bulgarian
Feminine form of Ventseslav.
Verka Верка f Bulgarian, Slovene
Diminutive form of Vera 1.
Veselina Веселина f Bulgarian, Slovene
Feminine form of Veselin.
Veselka Веселка f Bulgarian, Croatian (Rare), Slovene
Feminine form of Veselko.
Vessela Весела f Bulgarian
Variant transcription of Весела (see Vesela).
Vesselin m Bulgarian
Variant spelling of Veselin, but in some cases it is also a variant transcription of the name. Known bearers of this name include the Bulgarian pianist Vesselin Stanev (b... [more]
Vesselina Весселина f Bulgarian
Variant spelling of Veselina, but in some cases it is also a variant transcription of the name. A known bearer of this name is the Bulgarian opera singer Vesselina Kasarova (b... [more]
Viara Вяра f Bulgarian
Variant transcription of Bulgarian Вяра (see Vyara).
Vichra Вихра f Bulgarian
Variant transcription of Вихра (see Vihra).
Videlina Виделина f Bulgarian
Vidoslav Видослав m Bulgarian, Croatian, Serbian
The first element of this name is probably derived from Serbo-Croatian videti or vidjeti "to see, to sight, to look, to behold", which is derived from Proto-Slavic viděti "to see"... [more]
Vihra Вихра f Bulgarian
Derived from Bulgarian вихър "gale; whirlwind".
Vihren Вихрен m Bulgarian
Masculine form of Vihra.
Vilina Вилина f Russian, Bulgarian, Croatian (Rare)
Derived from the Slavic element vila meaning "fairy".
Violetka Виолетка f Bulgarian
Derived from Bulgarian виолетка "violet".
Violina Виолина f Bulgarian
Visarion Висарион m Bulgarian, Croatian, Romanian, Serbian
Bulgarian, Croatian, Romanian and Serbian form of Bessarion via Vissarion. Bearers of this name include Romanian metropolitan bishop Visarion Puiu (1879-1964) and Serbian metropolitan bishop Visarion Ljubiša (1823-1884).
Vitka f Croatian, Slovene, Bulgarian
Diminutive of Vita.
Vjara Вяра f Bulgarian
Variant transcription of Вяра (see Vyara).
Vladena Владена f Bulgarian
Feminine form of Vladan.
Vladko Владко m Croatian, Bulgarian, Slovene
Variant of Vlatko.
Volen Волен m Bulgarian
Derived from Bulgarian волен (volen) "free; independent".
Volena f Bulgarian
Feminine form of Volen.
Volimir Волимир m Bulgarian, Croatian, Russian, Ukrainian
Means "peaceful will", derived from Proto-Slavic volja "will, volition" combined with Slavic mir "peace".
Voydan Войдан m Bulgarian, Macedonian
Vurban Върбан m Bulgarian
Derived from Bulgarian върба (vǎrba) "willow".
Vurbana Вербана f Bulgarian, Spanish (?)
Feminine form of Vurban.
Vurbinka Върбинка f Bulgarian
Means "verbena" in Bulgarian.
Wenelin Венелин m Bulgarian (Germanized)
German transcription of Venelin.
Weneta Венета f Bulgarian
Variant transcription of Венета (see Veneta).
Wenka Венка f Bulgarian
Variant transcription of Венка (see Venka).
Wenko Венко m German (Rare), Bulgarian, Macedonian
German transcription of Venko.
Werka Верка f Bulgarian (Germanized)
Variant transcription of Верка (see Verka).
Wjara Вяра f Bulgarian (Germanized, Rare)
Variant transcription of Вяра (see Vyara).
Wolen Волен m Bulgarian
Variant transcription of Волен (see Volen).
Yabǎlka Ябълка f Bulgarian
Means "apple" in Buglarian.
Yaglaya f Bulgarian
Bulgarian form of Aglaea.
Yagoda Ягода f Bulgarian (Rare)
Derived from Bulgarian ягода "strawberry".
Yancho Янчо m Bulgarian
Bulgarian form of Jan 1.
Yane Яне m Bulgarian
Diminutive of Yan 1.
Yaneta Янета f Bulgarian
Variant transcription of Янета (see Janeta).
Yani Яни m Bulgarian, Greek
Variant of Yanni.
Yanica Яница f Bulgarian
Variant transcription of Яница (see Yanitsa).
Yanislav Янислав m Bulgarian
Probably a newly coined name from Jan 1 and the Slavic name element slava "fame, glory".
Yanislava Янислава f Bulgarian
Feminine form of Yanislav.
Yanita Янита f Bulgarian
Diminutive of Yana.
Yanitsa Яница f Bulgarian
Diminutive of Yana.
Yasena Ясена f Bulgarian
Feminine form of Yasen.
Yasna Ясна f Bulgarian
Bulgarian form of Jasna.
Yassen m Bulgarian
Variant of Yasen.
Yavora f Bulgarian
Feminine form of Yavor.
Yeremiya Йеремия m Bulgarian (Rare), African (Rare)
Variant of Jeremiah.
Yeronim Йероним m Bulgarian (Rare)
Bulgarian form of Hieronymos (see Jerome).
Yerotey Йеротей m Bulgarian (Rare)
Bulgarian form of Hierotheos.
Yoahim Йоахим m Bulgarian
Bulgarian form of Joachim.
Yoakim Йоаким m Bulgarian
Bulgarian form of Joachim.
Yoanna Йоанна f Bulgarian, South American
Variant of Yoana.
Yolina Йолина f Bulgarian (Rare)
Yolita Йолита f Bulgarian
Diminutive of Yolanda.
Yona Йона f Bulgarian
Contracted form of Yoana. Yona Markova (1855–1923) was a Bulgarian soldier and war heroine. She became famous as a war heroine as she served as a Bulgarian soldier during the Serbo-Bulgarian War posing as a man.
Yoncho Йончо m Bulgarian
Diminutive of Yoan.
Yonka Йонка f Bulgarian
Feminine form of Yonko.
Yonko Йонко m Bulgarian
Originally a diminutive of Yoan 2, used as a given name in its own right.
Yov m Bulgarian
Bulgarian form of Job.
Yovka f Bulgarian
Feminine form of Yovko.
Yovko Йовко m Bulgarian
Diminutive of Yoan 2.
Yuda Юда m Bulgarian
Bulgarian form of Judah.
Yuliyan Юлиян m Bulgarian
Bulgarian form of Julian.
Yuliyana Юлияна f Bulgarian
Bulgarian form of Juliana.
Yuniy Юний m Bulgarian, Russian, Ukrainian
Bulgarian, Russian and Ukrainian form of Iunius (see Junius).
Yustinian Юстиниан m Bulgarian, Russian, Ukrainian
Bulgarian, Russian and Ukrainian form of Iustinianus (see Justinian).
Zaharin Захарин m Bulgarian (Rare)
Bulgarian masculine form of Zaharina.
Zahariya Захария f Bulgarian