are used in the country of Croatia and other Croatian communities throughout the world.
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Jugomir m Croatian (Rare), Serbian
The first element of this name is derived from the Serbo-Croatian noun jug
"south", which is ultimately derived from Proto-Slavic jugъ
"south". The second element is derived from Slavic mir
Klonimir m Croatian, Russian, Serbian
The first element of this archaic name is possibly derived from Russian klyon
"maple (tree)". Also compare Polish klon
, which also means "maple (tree)". The second element is derived from either Slavic mir
"peace" or Slavic mer
"great, famous"... [more
Klotilda f Croatian (Rare), Serbian, Lithuanian, Czech (Rare), Slovak (Rare), Kashubian, Slovene, German (Bessarabian), Albanian
Croatian, Serbian, Lithuanian, Czech, Slovak, Kashubian, Albanian and Slovene form of Clotilde
Kolinda f Croatian (Rare)
Kolinda Grabar-Kitarović (born 1968) was the president of Croatia 2015–2020. She was named after a 1967 song ‘Colinda
’ by the Croatian singer Zdenka Vučković... [more
Koviljka f Croatian, Serbian
Derived from the plant name kovilje
(Lat. Stipa pennata), in English known as feather grass.
Krasna f Croatian
Means "beautiful" in Croatian, derived from the Slavic element krasa
Križan m Croatian
Derived from the word križ
meaning "cross". It is also used as a surname.
Krunomir m Croatian
Derived from the Slavic elements kruna
"crown" and mir
Kulomir m Croatian (Archaic)
The first element of this archaic name is probably derived from Slavic kula
"globe, sphere, orb, ball". Also compare Middle High German kugel
, which can mean "ball" as well as "bullet"... [more
Kunoslav m Croatian
The first element of this name is derived from Croatian kuna
, which is now the name of the Croatian currency, but it meant "marten" (as in, the animal) in older times. The second element is derived from Slavic slav
Kvint m Bulgarian, Croatian, Macedonian, Russian, Serbian, Slovene, Ukrainian
Bulgarian, Croatian, Macedonian, Russian, Serbian, Slovene and Ukrainian form of Quintus
Lado m Polish, Serbian, Russian, CroatianLado
is a recurring word in Slavic folk songs celebrating the summer solstice. It's meaning is unknown. The use of the word in the songs convinced 16th century scholars that Lado was a god of love... [more
Latin m Croatian (Rare)
Latins referred originally to an Italic tribe in ancient central Italy. As Roman power spread Latin culture, Latins came to mean anyone who lives in a Latinized culture and speaks Latin or a Romance language.
Lavoslav m Croatian
Means "glorious lion", derived from Croatian lav
"lion" combined with Slavic slav
Ledimir m Croatian
Derived from (Serbo-)Croatian led
"ice" combined with Slavic mir
Lelija f Croatian
Croatian form of Laelia
. There is a poem from the famous Croatian poet Dragutin Tadijanović (1905.-2007.) named "Lelija".
Lepomir m Croatian, Serbian
Derived from Serbo-Croatian lepota
"beauty, prettiness, fairness" combined with Slavic mir
Leposlav m Croatian, Serbian
Derived from Serbo-Croatian lepota
"beauty, prettiness, fairness" combined with Slavic slav
Lira f Croatian
From the name of the musical instrument ''lira'' (from Latin lira, from Ancient Greek λύρα (lúra)), called lyre in English. Also the name of the Italian former currency.
Lugomir m Croatian, Serbian
The first element of this name is possibly derived from Russian lug
"meadow". Also compare modern Polish łąka
, Czech louka
and Slovak lúka
, all of which also mean "meadow"... [more
Marieta f Spanish (Rare), Romanian (Rare), Bulgarian, Afrikaans, Polish (Rare), Latvian (Rare), Slovene, Croatian, Lengadocian, Provençal, Gascon
Cognate of Marietta
Melani f Croatian, Slovene, Greek
Croatian and Slovene normal form and Modern Greek variant of Melanie
. In Greece, this name refers to St. Melania the Younger (383-439, feast day December 31).
Melita f Latvian, Czech (Rare), Slovak (Rare), Croatian, Slovene, Polish, Estonian
Latvian, Czech, Slovak, Croatian, Slovene, Polish and Estonian form of Melitta
Mladomir m Serbian, Croatian (Rare)
Derived from Slavic mlad
"young" combined with Slavic mir
"peace". A known bearer of this name is Mladomir Puriša Đorđević (b. 1924), a Serbian film director and screenwriter.
Muncimir m Croatian, History
The first element of this name is probably derived from Slavic monciti
"to work". The second element is derived from Slavic mir
"peace". This name was borne by Muncimir of Croatia, a prince from the 10th century AD.