BożebormMedieval Polish composed of the elements of Boże ("God", but originally "fate, valley, happiness") and bor ("fight", "fight, struggle"). Perhaps it meant "one who fights under the protection of fate".
ChwalibógmMedieval Polish The first element of this name is derived from Polish chwalić "to praise, to glorify, to laud", which is ultimately derived from Slavic chwal "to praise, to glorify". The second element is derived from Slavic bog "god"... [more]
GryfinafMedieval Polish Medieval Polish variant of Agrypina. Gryfina (c. 1248 – between 1305 and 1309) was a Princess of Kraków by her marriage to Leszek II the Black; she later became a nun and abbess.
MojsławmMedieval Polish An Old Polish name consisting of the elements moj, meaning "my" and sław, meaning "fame". This name was only recorded in the Ruthenian chronicle of Nestor and could have been a variant Masław or Miecisław.