Hungarian Submitted Names
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Derived from Hungarian ajak
meaning "lips, opening, mouth".
From the word Hungarian word áldás
meaning "blessing". Name days are August 13, October 8, and December 29.
Artistic version of Anna
, created by Hungarian author Lajos Zilahi as his 1928 novels' main character.
Means "pansy" in Hungarian. This was used by the Hungarian author Zsigmond Móricz for his 1940 novel of the same name.
Originally it derives from a Turkish word and it means "warlord". Nowadays it is associated with Hungarian word "bride".
Hungarian masculine name of Slavic origin, meaning "white".
Ancient Hungarian name, it originally meant "flax tissue", but nowadays it is associated with Hungarian word "purple". Its more popular diminutive is Bíborka
Ancient Hungarian name most probably derived from 'bika' meaning 'bull.'
Hungarian and Slovak feminine form of Boniface
. In Hungarian history, this name was borne by Erzsébet Bonifácia (born and died 1399), the short-lived daughter of Jadwiga I, Queen of Poland (sister of Mária/Marija I, Queen of Hungary and Croatia) and Vladislavas Jogaila, Grand Duke of Lithuania (later Władysław II Jagiełło, King of Poland); the princess was named for her godfather Pope Boniface IX.
Hungarian male name of uncertain meaning. Bulcsú (or Vérbulcsú) (died 10 August 955) was a Hungarian chieftain, one of the military leaders of prince Taksony
of Hungary, a descendant of Árpád
Csanád, also known as Chanadinus or Cenad, was an 11th century Hungarian nobleman.... [more]
This name was created by the Hungarian poet Mihály Vörösmarty in the 19th century. Originally a masculine name, since the mid-1850s this has more frequently been given to girls.
Diminutive of Emma
. The novelist Baroness Emma "Emmuska" Orczy (1865-1947) wrote The Scarlet Pimpernel
The name is derived from an ancient Hungarian source and is believed to share the same root as the Hungarian male name Emőd
, which means "suckling baby."
Enéh was the legendary foremother of the Hungarian people. Means "cow" or "deer".
Means "wolf" in Hungarian. It is more often seen as a surname than given name.
Feherfin ff the combination of fehér (light) fény (Blanca) used by fictional characters
The Hungarian word for the Lily-of-the-Valley flower, from gyöngy
(pearl) and virág
(flower). Names days are April 24, May 12, and May 15.
Hungarian name of Hebrew origin, meaning "Gift to God".
HERMINAfCroatian (Rare), Danish (Rare), Dutch, English (American, Archaic), Flemish (Rare), German (Rare), Hungarian, Norwegian (Rare), Polish, Slovene, Swedish (Rare)
Feminine form of Herman
. Also compare Armina
Hungarian word for the snowdrop flower. Name days are March 21 and April 3.
Hungarian feminine name from the Hungarian word "iringó" which means "eryngium"
an old Hungarian name; means "curly" (referring to hair).
Hungarian male name, derived from kende
, one of the kings of the dual-monarchy of the early Magyars, along with the gyula or war-chief.
The origin comes from the skita language. Unknown meaning.
KITÉRIAfPortuguese, Hungarian (Rare)
Portuguese variant and Hungarian normal form of Quiteria
. This name is probably not normally used in Hungary, but it's employed there to refer to bearers of other nationalities.
Hungarian form of Clementia
. It was borne by Klemencia of Hungary (also known as Clémence of Anjou or Clemenza of Naples; 1293-1328), the second wife of Louis X, King of France (1289-1316) and mother of the short-lived Jean I, King of France (born and died 1316)... [more]
From the name of an ancient Hungarian tribe. This tribal name was probably of Turkish origin and possibly meant "snow slip, avalanche". This name should not be confused with unrelated name Kurt
Hungarian male name. Lehel (died 955) was a Magyar chieftain, one of the military leaders of prince Taksony
of Hungary, and a descendant of Árpád
Icelandic and Hungarian form of Leo
. A bearer is Daníel Leó Grétarsson, who is an Icelandic footballer and Leó Weiner who is a Hungarian composer.
This name is the hungarian variation of Eustathius. This man was a holy person, who born with other name: Placidus and was a solider, but changed him name for Eustathius, when met a holy deer, whitch spoke for him about the Lord.
LILIOMf & mHungarian
Means "lily" in Hungarian, from the Latin "lilium". This name has been used since the Árpád age (pre 1000 A.C.). It has history as a male name, such as in the play "Liliom" (1909) by Ferenc Molnár (which has inspired a 1934 film and the musical "Carousel")... [more]