Hungarian Submitted Names

Hungarian names are used in the country of Hungary in central Europe. See also about Hungarian names.
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ABAmHungarian (Rare), Georgian (Rare)
Georgian and Hungarian form of Abba, meaning "father".
ABIÁTAfHungarian
Meaning unknown.
ÁBRISmHungarian
Hungarian diminutive of Ábrahám.
ACSÁDmHungarian (Archaic)
Means "kin; relation" in Hungarian.
ADÉLIAfHungarian (Rare), Portuguese
Hungarian and Portuguese form of Adelia. Also compare Amélia versus Amelia.... [more]
ÁFONYAfHungarian (Rare)
From Hungarian áfonya meaning "blueberries".
AIASZmHungarian (Rare)
Hungarian form of Ajax.
AJÁNDÉKfHungarian (Rare)
From Hungarian ajándék meaning "gift, present".
AJNAfHungarian, Croatian (Rare), Bosnian, Czech (Rare)
Hungarian and Croatian form of Aina.
AJSAfHungarian
Derived from Hungarian ajak meaning "lips, opening, mouth".
AJTONYmHungarian (Rare)
An old Hungarian male name of Turkic origin, means "gold".
ALADÁRmHungarian
Hungarian form of Aldric or Aldemar.
ALBÁNmHungarian (Rare)
Hungarian form of Alban.
ÁLDÁSKAfHungarian (Rare)
From the word Hungarian word áldás meaning "blessing". Name days are August 13, October 8, and December 29.
ALEKSZEJmHungarian
Derived from the Greek name Alexios Αλέξιος. meaning "Defender". Russian form of the name is Aleksey Алексей.
ALÉNAfHungarian
Hungarian form of Alena.
AMÁBELfHungarian (Rare)
Hungarian form of Amabel.
AMARILLAfHungarian (Rare)
Hungarian variant of Amaryllis.
AMETISZTfHungarian (Rare)
Means "amethyst" in Hungarian.
ANADAfHungarian
Artistic version of Anna, created by Hungarian author Lajos Zilahi as his 1928 novels' main character.
ANNALÉNAfHungarian (Rare)
Hungarian form of Annalena, a combination of the names, Anna and Léna.
APORmHungarian (Rare)
Means "small" in Hungarian.
APSZIKmHungarian (Rare)
Means "younger brother" in Hunnish.
ARIÁNAfHungarian (Rare)
Hungarian variant of Ariana.
ÁRMINmHungarian
Hungarian form of Armin.
ÁRPÁDINAfHungarian
Feminine form of Árpád.
ARSZLÁNmHungarian (Rare)
Hungarian form of Arslan.
ÁRVÁCSKAfHungarian
Means "pansy" in Hungarian. This was used by the Hungarian author Zsigmond Móricz for his 1940 novel of the same name.
ASZTRIDfHungarian
Hungarian form of Astrid.
ATÉNÉfHungarian (Rare)
Hungarian from of Athena.
AUGUSZTAfHungarian
Hungarian form of Augusta.
AURÓRAfHungarian (Rare)
Hungarian form of Aurora.
AZÁLEAfHungarian
Hungarian form of Azalea.
BABETTfHungarian, German (Rare)
Hungarian form and German variant of Babette.
BALASSAmHungarian (Rare)
Old Hungarian given name from the name Balázs (Blaise).
BARACKfHungarian
Means "apricot" in Hungarian.
BARTLAmHungarian
Hungarian diminutive of masculine given names such as Batal and Bartos.
BÁTORmHungarian (Rare)
Originally it derives from a Turkish word and it means "warlord". Nowadays it is associated with Hungarian word "bride".
BÉKEfHungarian (Rare)
Means "peace, harmony" in Hungarian.
BELIÁNmHungarian
Hungarian masculine name of Slavic origin, meaning "white".
BENDEmHungarian
Short form of Bendegúz.
BENŐmHungarian
Diminutive of Benedek.
BERTOLDmHungarian
Hungarian form of Berthold.
BETSABÉfSpanish, Catalan, Hungarian
Spanish, Catalan and Hungarian form of Bathsheba.
BETZSABÉfHungarian
Hungarian variant of Bathsheba.
BÍBORfHungarian (Rare)
Ancient Hungarian name, it originally meant "flax tissue", but nowadays it is associated with Hungarian word "purple". Its more popular diminutive is Bíborka.
BÓDOGmHungarian (Archaic)
An ancient form of modern Hungarian boldog "happy", but its meaning at the time was "rich".
BODZAfHungarian (Rare)
Means "elderflower" in Hungarian.
BOGÁTmHungarian (Rare)
Means "rich". An old name with possible Slavic roots.
BOGÁTAfHungarian
Feminine form of Bogát.
BOGLÁRfHungarian (Rare)
From the word for the buttercup flower.
BOLYKmHungarian
Ancient Hungarian name most probably derived from 'bika' meaning 'bull.'
BONIFÁCIAfHungarian, Slovak
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.
BORISZmHungarian
Hungarian form of Boris.
BOROSTYÁNfHungarian (Rare)
Two separate words in Hungarian; "amber" and "ivy".
BRÁJENmHungarian (Modern)
Hungarian form of Brian.
BRÚNÓmHungarian (Rare)
Hungarian form of Bruno.
BUDAmHungarian (Rare)
Ancient Hungarian name, it means "peacetime".
BULCSÚmHungarian
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.
CINNIAfHungarian (Modern)
Hungarian form of Zinnia.
CIPPÓRAfHungarian
Hungarian form of Zipporah.
CIRILLmHungarian
Hungarian form Cyril.
CIRILLAfItalian (Rare), Hungarian (Rare)
Italian and Hungarian feminine form of Cyril.
CIRJÁKmHungarian
Hungarian form of Cyriacus.
CSANÁDmHungarian
Csanád, also known as Chanadinus or Cenad, was an 11th century Hungarian nobleman.... [more]
CSILIKEfHungarian
Hungarian diminutive of Csillag.
CSILLAGfHungarian
Means "star" in Hungarian.
CSONGORmHungarian
From an old Magyar element meaning 'falcon.'
DÁLIAfHungarian
Hungarian form of Dalia.
DALMAfHungarian
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.
DANAJAfCroatian, Serbian, Slovene, Hungarian
Croatian, Serbian, Slovene and Hungarian form of Danaë.
DÁRIAfHungarian (Rare)
Hungarian form of Daria.
DÉLIBÁBfHungarian
From the Hungarian vocabulary word délibáb meaning "mirage".
DÉZIfHungarian
Hungarian phonetic spelling of Daisy.
DIAfHungarian
A variant of Diana.
DÖMEmHungarian
A pet name for Dömötör.
DOMOKOSmHungarian
Hungarian variant of Domonkos, the usual Hungarian form of Dominic.
DONÁTAfHungarian
Hungarian form of Donata.
DÖNÍZfHungarian
Hungarian phonetic rendering of French Denise.
DORIÁNmHungarian
Hungarian form of Dorian.
DORJÁNmHungarian
Hungarian form of Dorian.
DUCIfHungarian
Short form of Magdolna.
DZSENIFERfHungarian
Hungarian form of Jennifer.
DZSESSZIKAfHungarian
Hungarian form of Jessica.
ELEMÉRmHungarian
Hungarian male name of undetermined meaning.
ELIÁNAfHungarian
Hungarian form of Eliana.
ELIZEEAfHungarian (?)
Probably the hungarian form of Eliza.
ELŐDmHungarian
Hungarian name probably meaning "firstborn".
ELZAfPolish, Hungarian
Polish and Hungarian form of Elsa.
EMERENCfHungarian (Rare)
Hungarian feminine form of Emerentius. The writer Magda Szabó used it for a character in her novel 'The Door' (1987).
EMERENCIAfHungarian, Spanish (Rare)
Hungarian and Spanish form of Emerentia.
EMMARÓZAfHungarian
A combination of the names Emma and Róza.
EMMUSKAfHungarian
Diminutive of Emma. The novelist Baroness Emma "Emmuska" Orczy (1865-1947) wrote The Scarlet Pimpernel series.
EMŐDmHungarian
Means "suckling baby" in Hungarian.
EMŐKEfHungarian
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."
ÉNEÁSmHungarian
Hungarian form of Aeneas.
ENÉHfHungarian
Enéh was the legendary foremother of the Hungarian people. Means "cow" or "deer".
ENESEfHungarian
Variant of Enéh.
ENETfMedieval, Hungarian
Medieval variant of Enéh.
ERZSÓKfHungarian
A nickname for Erzsébet.
EUFÉMIAfHungarian
Hungarian form of Euphemia.
EUGÉNIAfSlovak, Hungarian
Slovak and Hungarian form of Eugenia.
EUSZTÁKmHungarian
Hungarian form of Eustachius, sometimes used to refer to Saint Eustace.
EVETKEfHungarian (Rare)
Diminutive of Éva, the Hungarian form of Eve.
EZÉKIELmHungarian
Hungarian form of Ezekiel.
ÉZSAIÁSmHungarian
Hungarian form of Isaias.
FARKASmHungarian
Means "wolf" in Hungarian. It is more often seen as a surname than given name.
FATIMEfCrimean Tatar, Hungarian, Turkish
Crimean Tatar, Hungarian, and Turkish form of Fatimah.
FAUSZTINAfHungarian
Hungarian form of Faustina.
FEHERFINfHungarian
Feherfin ff the combination of fehér (light) fény (Blanca) used by fictional characters
FIRÉNEfHungarian
Meaning unknown.
FLÓRIÁNmHungarian
Hungarian form of Florian.
FORTUNÁTmHungarian
Hungarian form of Fortunatus.
FÜZIKEfHungarian
Means "warbler". Name day is February 13.... [more]
GABBERm & fHungarian
Rare diminutive of Gabi which is a diminutive of Gábor or Gabriella.
GARAmHungarian
Old Hungarian given name meaning "black". Variant of Kara.
GAVRAf & mBulgarian, Hebrew, Hungarian, Romanian, Russian
Possibly a short form of Gavriila in the case of women, and for men it could be a pet form for Gavriil and Gavril.
GENOVÉVAfHungarian
Hungarian form of Genevieve.
GERÁLDmHungarian
Hungarian form of Gerald.
GRIZELDAfEnglish, Hungarian, Popular Culture
Hungarian usual form and English variant of Griselda. The English usage may have been influenced by Grizel.
GRIZELDISZfHungarian
Hungarian form of Griselda.
GYÖNGYVÉRfHungarian
Means "sister of pearl" in Hungarian.
GYÖNGYVIRÁGfHungarian
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.
HÉDIfHungarian
Hungarian form of Hedi.
HÉLAfHungarian
Hungarian diminutive and nickname of Heléna.
HELÉNfHungarian (Rare)
Hungarian borrowing of Helen as well as a Hungarian short form of Heléna.
HELZAfHungarian
Hungarian name of Hebrew origin, meaning "Gift to God".
HILÁRmHungarian
Hungarian form of Hilarius.
HÓFEHÉRKEfHungarian
Hungarian name meaning "snow white". This is a literal translation of the German literary name Schneewittchen (earlier Sneewittchen), and was probably first used as a borrowing from the fairy tale by the Brothers Grimm.... [more]
HONÓRIAfHungarian
Hungarian form of Honoria.
HORTENZIAfHungarian, Slovak
Latin origin and meaning currency is "garden".... [more]
HÓVIRÁGfHungarian
Hungarian word for the snowdrop flower. Name days are March 21 and April 3.
HUBAmHungarian
Meaning unknown.
HÜGINOSZmHungarian
Hungarian form of Hyginus.
HUGÓmIcelandic (Modern), Hungarian (Rare)
Icelandic variant of Húgó and Hungarian form of Hugo.
HÜPATIAfHungarian
Hungarian form of Hypatia.
HÜPERIÓNmHungarian
Hungarian form of Hyperion.
IGNÁCIAfHungarian, Czech
Feminine form of Ignác.
ILIÁNmHungarian
Hungarian form of Elijah.
IMOGÉNfHungarian
Hungarian variant of Imogen.
IRINGÓfHungarian
Hungarian feminine name from the Hungarian word "iringó" which means "eryngium"
ÍRISZfHungarian
Hungrian form of Iris.
IVÁNAfHungarian
Hungarian form of Ivana.
IVETTfHungarian
Hungarian equivalent of the French Yvette.
IVOLAfHungarian
Hungarian feminine name, a combination of Ibolya and Viola.
IVONNfHungarian
Hungarian form of Yvonne.
IZEBELfHungarian, Dutch
Hungarian and Dutch form of Jezebel.
JÁCINTmHungarian
Hungarian form of Hyacinth.
JANKÓmHungarian
Diminutive of János.
JÁSZONmHungarian (Rare)
Hungarian form of Jason.
JÁVORmHungarian (Rare)
Hungarian form of Javor.
JEROMOSmHungarian
Hungarian form of Jerome.
JOCImHungarian
Nickname for József.
JÓJÁKIMmHungarian
Hungarian form of Jehoiakim.
JÓJÁKINmHungarian
Hungarian form of Jehoiachin.
JÓNÁSmHungarian
Hungarian form of JONAH.
JULIKAfGerman, Literature, Estonian, Croatian, Serbian, Hungarian, Slovene
Hungarian diminutive of Julia, occasionally used in German-speaking countries.
JUSZTINmHungarian
Hungarian form of Justin.
JUSZTINAfHungarian
Feminine form of Jusztin.
KÁINmHungarian
Hungarian form of Cain.
KALÜPSZÓfHungarian
Hungarian form of Calypso.
KAMÉLIAfHungarian
Hungarian variant of Kamelia.
KANDIDAfHungarian, German
Hungarian and German form of Candida.
KARCSAmHungarian
Means "little black" in Old Hungarian.
KARDOSmHungarian (Rare)
Ancient Hungarian name, it means "swordsman".
KARITÁSZfHungarian
Hungarian form of Charity.
KARLOMANNmHungarian
Hungarian form of Carloman.
KARMELINAfHungarian
Hungarian form of Carmelina.
KÁRMENfHungarian
Hungarian form of Carmen.
KÁTYAfHungarian
A pet name for Katalin.
KÉFEUSZmHungarian
Hungarian form of Cepheus.
KELEDmHungarian
an old Hungarian name; means "curly" (referring to hair).
KENDEmHungarian
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.
KÉRAfHungarian
Meaning unknown.
KESZImHungarian
Means "piece, fragment", possibly of Turkish origin. ... [more]
KILIÁNmHungarian
Hungarian form of Killian.
KÍRAfHungarian
Hungarian form of Kira.
KÍRAfHungarian
Hungarian form of Kira (2).
KISANNAfHungarian
Hungarian elaboration of Anna, combining Hungarian kis ''small'' and Anna.
KISÓfHungarian
Hungarian pet form of Kisanna, from Hungarian kis meaning ''small''.
KITÁNmHungarian
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.
KLARISSZAfHungarian
Hungarian form of Clarissa. Its name days are January 15, August 11, and August 12.
KLEMENCIAfHungarian
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]
KONSTANCZIAfHungarian
Hungarian form of Constancia.
KORDÉLIAfHungarian
Hungarian form of Cordelia. Its name day is October 22.
KÖVECSmHungarian (Rare)
Old Hungarian first name, means "pebble", made out of the words , kavics.
KRISZTOFERmHungarian
Hungarian variant of Christopher.
KRIZANTAfHungarian (Rare)
Hungarian variant of Chrysanthe.
KÜLLIKKIfHungarian
Hungarian form of Kyllikki.
KÜRTmHungarian
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.... [more]
LÉDAfHungarian
Hungarian form of Leda.
LEHELmHungarian
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.
LÉLmHungarian (Archaic)
Derived from Hungarian lélek meaning "soul."
LELLEfHungarian
Feminine form of Lel.
LENKEfHungarian
Hungarian female name of unknown meaning.
LENKEfHungarian
Diminutive of Heléna.
LENÓRAfHungarian
Hungarian form of Lenora.
LEÓmIcelandic, Hungarian
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.
LEÓNAfHungarian (Rare)
Hungarian form of Leona.
LEONÓRAfHungarian
Hungarian variant of Leonora.
LESTÁRmHungarian
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.
LEVENDULAfHungarian (Rare)
Means "lavender" in Hungarian.
LÉVImHungarian (Rare)
Hungarian form of Levi.
LEVImHungarian
Diminutive of Levente.
LIÁNAfHungarian
Hungarian form of Liana.
LILIENfHungarian, English, Czech
Hungarian elaboration of Lili or a variant spelling of Lilian.
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]
LINETTfHungarian
Hungarian form of Lynette.
LIPÓTmHungarian
This is a variant OR diminutive of Leopold.
LISZAfHungarian
Hungarian form of Lisa.
LIVIÁNAfHungarian
Hungarian variant of Liviana.
LUCIÁNAfHungarian
Hungarian form of Luciana.
LUKRÉCIAfHungarian (Rare), Slovak (Rare)
Hungarian and Slovak form of Lucretia.
MÁBELfHungarian
Hungarian variant of Mabel.
MADLÉNAfHungarian
Hungarian variant of Madlena.
MAHÁLIAfHungarian
Hungarian form of Mahalia.
MANÓmHungarian
Hungarian diminutive of Emanuel.
MÁRIÓmHungarian
Hungarian form of Mario.
MARIORAfHungarian, Serbian, Croatian (Rare)
Hungarian and Serbian elaborated form of Maria.
MÁRKÓmHungarian
Hungarian form of Marko.
MARLÉNEfHungarian
Hungarian form of Marlene.
MATUZSÁLEMmHungarian
Hungarian form of Methuselah via its latinized form Mathusalem.
MEDÁRDmHungarian
Hungarian form of Medardus.
MÉDEAfHungarian
Hungarian form of Medea.
MELISSZAfHungarian
Hungarian form of Melissa.
MENODÓRAfHungarian
Hungarian form of Menodora.
MIHAÉLAfHungarian
Hungarian variant of Mihaela.
MIMÓZAfHungarian
Hungarian form of Mimosa.
MÍRAfHungarian
Hungarian form of Mira.
MIRTILLfHungarian
Hungarian form of Myrtle.