Medieval Polish Submitted Names

These names were used by medieval Polish peoples.
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Submitted names are contributed by users of this website. The accuracy of these name definitions cannot be guaranteed.
Pawał m Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish variant of Paweł.
Pawil m Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish variant of Paweł.
Pawlik m Medieval Polish
Diminutive of Pawil.
Pawoł m Sorbian, Silesian, Medieval Polish
Upper Sorbian and Silesian form of Paul and medieval Polish variant of Paweł. Jan Pawoł Nagel (German: Jan Paul Nagel), born 1934, was a Sorbian conductor.
Pazt m Medieval Polish (Latinized)
Pazt is a latinised version of the Polish Piast, used in the chronicles of Gallus Anonimus.
Piast m Medieval Polish
Piast was a legendary Polish monarch, protoplast of the Piast dynasty. The name itself might have been an alternative of piastun, which meant "the one who takes care of the prince's house and family", derived from piastować - "to take care of"
Piechna f Medieval Polish
This is either a medieval Polish vernacular form of Bella, being derived from piekna "beautiful", or a medieval Polish contraction of Petronela... [more]
Piechno m Medieval Polish
Diminutive of Piotr.
Pieszko m Medieval Polish
Diminutive of Piotr.
Pietrek m Medieval Polish
Diminutive of Pietyr and Pieter.
Pietyr m Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish form of Peter.
Piotrak m Medieval Polish
Diminutive of Piotr.
Piotran m Medieval Polish
Diminutive of Piotr.
Piotro m Medieval Polish
Diminutive of Piotr.
Piotrusza f Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish feminine form of Piotr.
Piotyr m Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish variant of Piotr.
Potencyjana f Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish form of Potencjana.
Poznan m Medieval Polish
Derived from the participle form of Polish poznać "to get to know; to become familiar with".
Pszczoła f Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish vernacular form of Deborah, derived from the word for "bee".
Radochna f Medieval Polish
Diminutive of names beginning with the element Rado-, such as Radomira and Radosława.
Roszko m Medieval Polish
Diminutive of Roch.
Ruchna f Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish diminutive of both Giertruda and Gertruda (via Gieruchna) and Rufina.
Rurant m Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish variant of Roland.
Rzepicha f Medieval Polish (Rare), Polish (Rare, Archaic)
Rzepicha was a lengendary figure of Polish myths and literature. She appeared in the chronicles of Poland by Gallus Anonimus. Rzepicha was the wife of Piast the Wheelwright and the mother of Ziemowit (Siemowit)... [more]
Rzepka f Medieval Polish (Rare, Archaic), Polish (Rare, Archaic)
Rzepka is a diminutive of Rzepicha, who was the legendary wife of Piast the Wheelwright.
Sawa f Medieval Polish (Rare)
Name driven from a Polish legend of Wars and Sawa. Sawa was the mermaid Queen ruling over Vistula when she fell in love with a fisherman called Wars. She decided to come onto land as a statement of her love for him... [more]
Sławomirza f Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish variant of Sławomira.
Stasław m Medieval Polish
Contracted form of Stanisław.
Suchan m Medieval Polish
Diminutive of Suligost and other names beginning with the element Suli-.
Suchto m Medieval Polish
Diminutive of Suligost and other names beginning with the element Suli-.
Suledo m Medieval Polish
Diminutive of Suligost and other names beginning with the element Suli-.
Sulej m Medieval Polish
Diminutive of Suligost and other names beginning with the element Suli-.
Sulen m Medieval Polish
Diminutive of Suligost and other names beginning with the element Suli-.
Sulibrat m Medieval Polish
Derived from Slavic suli "promise" or "better, mightier" and brat "brother".
Sulich m Medieval Polish
Short form of names beginning with the element Suli-, such as Sulibor, Sulibrat, Sulimir, Sulirad, Sulisław, Sulistryj and Suliwuj.
Sulidziad m Medieval Polish
Derived from Slavic suli "promise" or "better, mightier" and dziad "grandfather".
Suligost m Medieval Polish
Derived from Slavic suli "promise" or "better, mightier" and gosti "guest".
Sulik m Medieval Polish
Diminutive of Suligost and other names beginning with the element Suli-.
Sulist m Medieval Polish
Diminutive of Suligost and other names beginning with the element Suli-.
Sulistryj m Medieval Polish
Derived from Slavic suli "promise" or "better, mightier" and stryj "uncle".
Suliszek m Medieval Polish
Diminutive of Suligost and other names beginning with the element Suli-.
Suliwuj m Medieval Polish
Derived from Slavic suli "promise" or "better, mightier" and wuj "uncle".
Sulko m Medieval Polish
Diminutive of Suligost and other names beginning with the element Suli-.
Suszej m Medieval Polish
Diminutive of Suligost and other names beginning with the element Suli-.
Suszyk m Medieval Polish
Diminutive of Suligost and other names beginning with the element Suli-.
Swatanna f Medieval Polish
Perhaps a variant of Svatava.
Tacyjana f Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish form of Tacjana.
Tajka f Medieval Polish, Slovene
Medieval Polish diminutive of Tatiana and Slovene diminutive of Taja.
Tasław m Medieval Polish
Contracted form of Stanisław.
Tatja f Medieval Polish, German (Rare)
Medieval Polish diminutive of Tatiana.
Tebrich m Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish variant of Teodoryk.
Tetyjana f Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish variant of Tatiana.
Theudo m Ancient Germanic (Gothic), Swiss (Archaic), Medieval Portuguese, Medieval, Medieval Polish, Medieval Italian, Hungarian Mythology, Medieval German, Medieval French, German (Austrian, Archaic)
Gothic þiuda "people, folk" used as a standalone name, or a pet form of any of various names beginning with this element.
Turold m Medieval Polish
Polish form of Thorold.
Tyba m Medieval Polish
Diminutive of Tybald.
Tybald m Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish variant of Teobald.
Tylo m Medieval Polish
Diminutive of Tybald.
Tymka f Medieval Polish
Diminutive of Tymona as well as a quasi-feminine form of Tymoteusz.
Walcerz m Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish form of Walter.
Wars m Polish (Archaic), Slavic Mythology, Medieval Polish, Literature, Mythology
Wars is a name of a fisherman from Polish legend about Wars and Sawa, which tells the story of a Vistula mermaid and the man who fell in love with her. They are believed to be the founders of Warsaw, the capital of Poland (in Polish: Warszawa).
Węda f Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish variant of Wanda.
Wiktorzyjana f Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish variant of Wiktoriana.
Wirszula f Medieval Polish
Medieval variant of Urszula.
Wirzchosława f Medieval Polish
Feminine form of Wirzchosław. This name was borne by a 12th-century Polish princess.
Witołt m Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish variant of Witold.
Witowd m Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish variant of Witold.
Wszebąd m Medieval Polish
From the elements wsze ("everything", "everyone", "always", and bąd ("to be", "to exist, "to live").
Zanka f Medieval Polish
Diminutive of Zuzanna.
Żanna f Medieval Polish, Polish
Medieval Polish diminutive of Żużanna and Polish form of Jeanne.
Zanna f Medieval Polish
Diminutive of Zuzanna.
Zbrosław m Medieval Polish
Means "he, who is famous thanks to fighting", from the elements zbro ("to fight") and sław ("fame")
Zbywoj m Medieval Polish
From the elements zby, meaning "to renounce, to get rid of" and woj, meaning "fighter, soldier".
Żużanna f Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish variant of Zuzanna.
Zużka f Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish diminutive of Zuzanna.
Zybert m Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish form of Siegbert.