Medieval Hungarian Submitted Names

These names were used by medieval Hungarian peoples.
gender
usage
Submitted names are contributed by users of this website. The accuracy of these name definitions cannot be guaranteed.
Aglent f Medieval Hungarian
Old Hungarian form of Ágnes.
Ajtony m Hungarian (Rare), Medieval Hungarian
Ajtony was an early-11th-century ruler in the territory now known as Banat in present-day Romania and Serbia.
Andorjás m Medieval Hungarian
Old Hungarian form of András.
Apor m Hungarian (Rare), Medieval Hungarian
Apor was a Hungarian tribal chieftain, who, according to the 'Illuminated Chronicle', led a campaign against the Byzantine Empire in 959. He was the ancestor of the gens Apor.
Balassa m Medieval Hungarian
Medieval Hungarian form of Balázs (via the medieval variant Balass. This name was first used in Hungary in the 13th century.
Csana m Medieval Hungarian
Medieval form of Csanád.
Enet f Medieval Hungarian
Medieval variant of Enéh.
Eneth f Medieval Hungarian, Hungarian Mythology
Variant of Enet, mentioned in Simon of Kéza's 'Gesta Hunnorum et Hungarorum'.
Eperjes f Medieval Hungarian
Older form of Eperke. The name coincides with (current) dialectal Hungarian eperjes "strawberry patch".
Ézsaiás m Medieval Hungarian
Hungarian form of Isaias.
Fenenna f Biblical, Theatre, History, Medieval Polish, Medieval Hungarian
Variant of Phenenna borne by the 13th-century Polish princess Fenenna of Kuyavia, who married King Andrew III of Hungary. ... [more]
Firéne f Medieval Hungarian
Of unknown origin and meaning.
Gellén m Medieval Hungarian
Old Hungarian form of Kilián.
Gyung f Medieval Hungarian
Recorded in 13th-century Hungary
Irisko f Medieval Hungarian
Hungarian (diminutive?) form of Iris, recorded as a given name in 15th-century Hungary.
Jánka f Medieval Hungarian
Medieval Hungarian name recorded in the Hungarian territory of Levedia in the 8th and 9th centuries. The name is allegedly an older form of lányka, itself a diminutive of lány "girl, maiden; daughter".
Janka m Medieval Hungarian
Medieval Hungarian diminutive of János.
Jóleán f Medieval Hungarian
Derived from Hungarian "good" and leány "girl; daughter". This name has been considered to be the inspiration for András Dugonics' coinage of Jolánka.
Mandula f Medieval Hungarian
Derived from Hungarian mandula "almond". This name was borne by a lover of Ladislaus IV of Hungary.
Manga f Medieval Hungarian, Hungarian (Rare)
Of uncertain origin and meaning. In medieval times, it might have been a variant of Magna, today, however, it is rather considered a diminutive of Margit and its variants.
Mikolt f Hungarian, Medieval Hungarian, Hungarian Mythology
Old Hungarian name of uncertain origin and meaning; theories include a derivation from Mikál (via the variant Mikol) and a derivation from Nikola... [more]
Nyest f Medieval Hungarian
Means "marten", probably used around the 9th–10th centuries.
Oktár m Medieval Hungarian
Of uncertain origin and meaning; theories include a derivation from Turkic-Mongolian *öktem "strong, brave, imperious; proud, boastful; pride" and the verb ökte- / oktä- "to encourage"... [more]
Ond m Medieval Hungarian
According to the 'Gesta Hungarorum' Ond is one of the seven Hungarian chieftains.
Pettronella f Medieval Hungarian
Medieval Hungarian variant of Petronella.
Taksony m Medieval Hungarian
Taksony of Hungary was the Grand Prince of the Hungarians who reigned c. 955 AD to the early 970s.
Üllő m Hungarian, Medieval Hungarian
Name of a Magyar chieftain. Meaning unknown.
Vajk m Hungarian (Rare, Archaic), Medieval Hungarian
Name of a Hungarian king. Meaning unknown.
Vitályos m Medieval Hungarian
Old Hungarian variant of Vitális.
Wyola f Medieval Hungarian, Medieval Ukrainian
Medieval Hungarian and Medieval Ukrainian cognate of Viola.
Zaleska f Medieval Romanian, Medieval Hungarian (?)
Zaleska was the daughter of Vlad the Impaler and his wife Ilona (or Jusztina) Nelipic.