Polish Submitted Names

Polish names are used in the country of Poland in central Europe. See also about Polish names.
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DALEWUJA f Polish (Rare)
Feminine form of Dalewin.
DALIMIR m Croatian, Polish, Serbian
Derived from Slavic dal "far away" combined with Slavic mir "peace".
DALMACJUSZ m Polish
Polish form of Dalmatius.
DAMAZY m Polish
Polish form of Damasus.
DAMROKA f Polish
The name occurs in the Regions of Pomerania and Kashubia in Medieval times. It was the name of a semi-legendary princess of the Sobieslaw dynasty (13th-century). It is sometimes believed to be a Kashubian dialectical form of Dąbrówka, but its origin and meaning is ultimately uncertain.
DANIELKA f Czech, Slovak, Polish, Bulgarian, Macedonian
Diminutive of Daniela (compare Polish and Czech Irenka).
DANISZ m Polish
Medieval Polish hypochoristic form of Donatus
DAROMIR m Bulgarian, Croatian, Polish
The first element of this name is derived from Slavic dar "gift, present", which in turn is derived from Proto-Slavic darъ "gift, present". Compare modern Polish darować "to donate, to gift" and Czech darovat "to donate, to give", as well as Proto-Slavic dati "to give"... [more]
DAROMIRA f Bulgarian, Polish
Feminine form of Daromir.
DAROSŁAW m Polish
Polish form of Daroslav.
DARZYMIR m Polish
The first element of this name is derived from Polish darzyć "to bestow, to grant, to endow", which is ultimately derived from Slavic dar "gift, present" (which in turn is derived from Proto-Slavic darъ "gift, present")... [more]
DARZYSŁAW m Polish
The first element of this name is derived from Polish darzyć "to bestow, to grant, to endow", which is ultimately derived from Slavic dar "gift, present" (which in turn is derived from Proto-Slavic darъ "gift, present")... [more]
DAWIDA f Polish
Polish feminine form of David.
DEDAL m Croatian, Polish, Romanian
Croatian, Polish and Romanian form of Daedalus.
DEIFOBOS m Romanian (Rare), Polish (Rare), Norwegian (Rare)
Romanian, Polish and Norwegian form of Deiphobus.
DEJANIRA f Greek Mythology (Latinized), Polish, Portuguese
Variant transcription of Deianira. This was the form used for the main belt asteroid 157 Dejanira (discovered in 1875 by French astronomer Alphonse Borrelly).
DELFIN m Polish
Polish form of Delphinus.
DEMOFON m Polish
Polish form of Demophon.
DEMOKRYT m Polish
Polish form of Democritus.
DEOTYMA f Polish
Polish form of Diotima. It was used as a pseudonym by the novelist and poet Jadwiga Łuszczewska (1834-1908).
DEZYDERIA f Polish
Polish form of Desideria.
DEZYDERIUSZ m Polish
Polish form of Desiderius.
DEZYDERY m Polish
Polish form of Desiderius.
DIOKLECJAN m Polish
Polish form of Diocletian.
DIONIZJA f Polish
Polish form of Dionisia.
DIONIZJUSZ m Polish
Polish form of Dionysius.
DIONIZY m Polish
Polish form of Dionysios (see Dionysius).
DIOSKUR m Polish
Polish form of Dioscorus.
DŁUGOMIŁ m Polish
The first element of this name is derived from Polish długi or długo "long", which is ultimately derived from Proto-Slavic dьlgъ "long". Also compare Croatian dug "long"... [more]
DŁUGOMIŁA f Polish
Feminine form of Długomił.
DŁUGOMIR m Polish
The first element of this name is derived from Polish długi or długo "long", which is ultimately derived from Proto-Slavic dьlgъ "long". Also compare Croatian dug "long"... [more]
DŁUGOMYSŁ m Polish
The first element of this name is derived from Polish długi or długo "long", which is ultimately derived from Proto-Slavic dьlgъ "long". Also compare Croatian dug "long"... [more]
DŁUGOSŁAW m Polish
The first element of this name is derived from Polish długi or długo "long", which is ultimately derived from Proto-Slavic dьlgъ "long". Also compare Croatian dug "long"... [more]
DŁUGOSŁAWA f Polish
Feminine form of Długosław.
DŁUGOSZ m Polish
Derived from Polish dług meaning "debt, obligation".
DOBIEGNIEW m Polish
Derived from Slavic dob "brave, courageous" combined with Polish gniew "anger" (which is derived from Slavic gnev "anger").
DOBIELUT m Polish (Rare), Old Church Slavic
Possibly means "soldier's day" from Slavic doba meaning "day" combined with lut meaning "soldier".
DOBIESŁAW m Polish
Derived from Slavic dob "brave, courageous" combined with Slavic slav "glory".
DOBIESŁAWA f Polish
Feminine form of Dobiesław.
DOBROCHNA f Polish (Rare, Archaic)
Dobrochna might be derived from other, similar Polish and slavic feminine names, such as Dobrosława, Dobromiła, Dobrawa or masculine Dobrosław, Dobromił, Dobromir. Dobrochna might mean "the one, who is good"... [more]
DOBROMIR m Bulgarian, Polish
Derived from Slavic dobro "good, kind" combined with Slavic mir "peace".
DOBROMIRA f Bulgarian, Polish
Feminine form of Dobromir.
DOBROMYSŁ m Polish
Means "good thought", derived from Slavic dobro "good, kind" combined with Polish myśl "thought" (which is ultimately derived from Proto-Slavic mysliti "to think").
DOBROWIEŚĆ f Polish
Old polish name, consisting two parts: dobro- meaning "good" and -wieść meaning "to lead" or "to know". Name could mean "The one who is in favour of good news" or "The one who live a good life".
DOBROWIT m Polish
Composed of the Old Slavonic elements 'dobro' (good) and 'wit' (lord, ruler).
DOBROWÓJ m Polish
Derived from the Polish elements dobro meaning goodness, and wój meaning warrior.
DOBROWOJA f Polish
Name derived from Slavic words: dobro "good, goodness" and woj "warrior".... [more]
DOBROŻYŹŃ f Polish
Old polish name, consisting two parts: dobro- meaning "good" and -żyźń meaning "fecundity", "prolificacy", "fertileness" or "life".
DOBRYMIR m Polish
Variant of Dobromir.
DOMABOR m Polish
Derived from Slavic dom "house" combined with Slavic bor "battle" or borit "to fight".
DOMAMIR m Polish
Means "house of peace", derived from Slavic dom "house" combined with Slavic mir "peace".
DOMARAD m Polish
Derived from Slavic dom "house" combined with Slavic rad "care".
DOMASŁAW m Polish
Derived from Slavic dom "house" combined with Slavic slav "glory".
DOMASŁAWA m Polish
Feminine form of Domasław.
DOMAWIT m Polish
Means "lord of the house", derived from Slavic dom "house" combined with Slavic vit or wit(o) "lord, master, ruler".
DOMICELA f Polish
Polish form of Domitilla.
DOMICJAN m Polish
Polish form of Domitian.
DOMICJANA f Polish
Polish form of Domitiana.
DOMIK m Czech, Silesian
Diminutive of Dominik.
DOMISŁAWA f Polish
Feminine form of Domisław.
DOMOSŁAW m Polish
Variant form of Domasław.
DONACJAN m Polish
Polish form of Donatianus.
DORCIA f Polish
Polish diminutive of Theodora.
DROGOMIŁ m Polish
The first element of this name is derived from Polish drogi "precious, dear", which was ultimately derived from Slavic dorgu "precious, dear". The second element is derived from mil "gracious, dear".
DROGOMIR m Polish
Polish form of Dragomir.
DROGOMYSŁ m Polish
The first element of this name is derived from Polish drogi "precious, dear", which was ultimately derived from Slavic dorgu "precious, dear". The second element is derived from Polish myśl "thought" (which is ultimately derived from Proto-Slavic mysliti "to think").
DROGORADZ m Polish (Rare)
Derived from the Slavic element dragu meaning "precious"
DROGOSŁAW m Polish
Polish form of Dragoslav.
DROGOSŁAWA f Polish
Feminine form of Drogosław.
DRUZJAN m Polish
Polish form of Drusianus.
DRUZJANNA f Polish
Polish feminine form of Drusianus.
DRUZUS m Polish
Polish form of Drusus (see Drusilla).
DRUZYLLA f Polish
Polish form of Drusilla.
DUCHOMYSŁ m Polish
The first element of this name is derived from Polish duch "spirit, ghost, soul", which is ultimately derived from Proto-Slavic duxъ "spirit". The second element is derived from Polish myśl "thought", which is ultimately derived from Proto-Slavic mysliti "to think".
DUCHOSŁAW m Polish
The first element of this name is derived from Polish duch "spirit, ghost, soul", which is ultimately derived from Proto-Slavic duxъ "spirit". The second element is derived from Slavic slav "glory".
DUILIUSZ m Polish
Polish form of Duilius (see Duilio).
DULCYN m Polish
Polish form of Dulcinus.
DYDYM m Polish
Polish form of Didymus.
DYMFNA f Polish (Rare)
Polish form of Dymphna.
DYMITRIUSZ m Polish
Polish form of Demetrius.
DYTRYCH m Polish
Polish cognate of Dietrich.
DYTRYK m Polish
Polish cognate of Dietrich.
DYZMA m Polish (Rare)
Polish form of Δυσμάς (Dysmas) (see Dismas). Known bearers of this name include the Polish poet, writer and playwright Dyzma Bończa-Tomaszewski (1749-1825) and the Polish sociologist and politician Dyzma Gałaj (1915-2000).
DŻAMILA f Polish
Polish form of Jamila.
DŻANNA f Polish
Polish cognate of Janna.
DŻESIKA f Polish (Americanized, Modern)
Modern Polish version of Jessica. Other forms, that are also used: Dżesica, Dżessica, Dżessika, Jesica, Jesika, Jessika.... [more]
DZIAŁASŁAW m Polish
The first element of this name is derived from Polish działać "to work, to perform" (also compare Croatian djelovati "to work"). The second element is derived from Slavic slav "glory"... [more]
DZIERŻYMIR m Polish
Derived from Slavic dzierży "to have, to keep, to rule" combined with Slavic mir "peace".
DZIERŻYSŁAW m Polish
Derived from Slavic dzierży "to have, to keep, to rule" combined with Slavic slav "glory".
EDELBURGA f Polish (Rare)
From the Germanic elements adal "noble family" and burg meaning "to protect", "to conserve".
EDELTRUDA f Polish (Rare)
Polish form of Audrey, used since after the middle ages. It is considerably more popular among the German minority in Poland. In July 2018, there were 2225 women named Edeltrauda, 175 named Edeltraud and 141 named Edeltraut.
EDWARDA f English, Polish
Feminine form of Edward.
EDYTKA f Polish
Diminutive of Edyta.
EDZIA f Polish
Diminutive of Edyta.
EJDIT f Silesian
Silesian form of Edyta.
EJLEJTYJA f Polish
Polish form of Ilithyia.
EKSPEDYT m Polish
Polish form of Expeditus.
EKSPEDYTA f Polish
Polish feminine form of Expeditus.
ELCIA f Polish
Diminutive of names beginning with El- such as Elżbieta, also possibly of names ending in -ela or containing -el.
ELEK m Polish (Rare)
Diminutive of Eliasz, Eligiusz and other names beginning with El-.
ELEUKADIUSZ m Polish (Rare)
Of Greek origin, means "of Elis" (on the Peloponnese).
ELFRYDA f Polish (Rare)
Polish form of Elfrida.
ELIAN m Polish, Ukrainian
Polish and Ukrainian form of Aelian.
ELIFIA f Polish (Rare)
Feminine form of Elifiusz.
ELIFIUSZ m Polish (Rare)
Etymology unknown.
ELIGA m Polish
Short form of Eligiusz.
ELIÔSZ m Kashubian
Kashubian form of Elias.
ELIZKA f Polish
Diminutive of Eliza.
EŁŁA f Polish (Archaic)
Archaic diminutive of Elżbieta.
ELPIDIA f Greek, Spanish, Italian, Polish
Feminine form of Elpidius.
ELPIN m Polish (Rare, Archaic)
From the Germanic alb "elf", "elfin" and win "friend". Can be understood as "friend of elves". Seen in Poland since the middle ages.
ELRIDA f Polish (Rare)
Polish feminine form of Aelred.
ELWA f Polish
Diminutive of Elwira.
ELWIR m Polish (Rare)
Polish masculine form of Elvira.
ELWIRCIA f Polish
Diminutive of Elwira.
ELWIRKA f Polish
Diminutive of Elwira.
ELWIRUŚ f & m Polish
Diminutive of Elwira, or potentially its rare masculine form - Elwir.
ELŻA f Polish (Archaic)
Archaic diminutive of Elżbieta or an older form of Elza.
ELŻBIET f Polish (Archaic)
Archaic variant of Elżbieta.
ELŻBIETKA f Polish
Diminutive of Elżbieta.
ELŻBIETTA f Polish (Rare)
A very rare variant of Elżbieta, influenced by names like Wioletta or bernadetta.
ELŻUNIA f Polish
Diminutive of Elżbieta.
ELZUNIA f Polish
Diminutive of Elza.
EMERENCJA f Polish
Polish form of Emerentia.
EMERYTA f Polish
Polish form of Emerita.
EMILA f English, Polish
Feminine form of Emil.
EMILIUSZ m Polish
Polish form of Emilius.
ENEASZ m Polish
Polish form of Aeneas.
ENTLA f Polish, Yiddish
Eastern Yiddish form of Jentl.
EOL m Croatian, Polish
Croatian and Polish form of Aiolos.
EPAFRAS m Dutch, Polish, Russian
Dutch, Polish and Russian form of Epaphras.
EPIFANI m Catalan, Polish
Catalan and Polish form of Epiphanius.
EPIFANIA f Spanish (Rare), Italian (Rare), Polish (Rare)
Spanish, Italian and Polish feminine form of Epiphanius. A fictional bearer is Epifania Fitzfassenden, central character in George Bernard Shaw's play 'The Millionairess' (1936).
EPIFANIUSZ m Polish
Polish form of Epiphanios.
EPIMETEUSZ m Polish
Polish form of Epimetheus.
ERARYK m Polish
Polish form of Eraric.
ERAST m Russian, Polish, Ukrainian
Russian, Polish and Ukrainian form of Erastos.
ERAZM m Polish
Polish form of Erasmus.
ERAZMA f Polish
Polish feminine form of Erasmus.
ERNESTYNA f Polish
Polish form of Ernestine.
ERWINA f Polish, German
Feminine form of Erwin.
ERYKA f Polish, English (Modern, Rare)
Polish form and English variant of Erica.
ETELBERT m Catalan, Polish
Catalan and Polish form of Ethelbert.
ETELBURGA f Polish
Polish form of Athelburg
ETELWOLD m Polish (Rare)
Germanic name meaning "noble ruler".
ETOLKA f Polish
Variant of Etelka.
EUDOKSJA f Polish
Polish form of Eudoxia.
EUFRAZJA f Polish
Polish form of Euphrasia.
EUFRAZJUSZ m Polish
Polish form of Euphrasius via Euphrasios.
EUFROZYNA f Polish
Polish form of Euphrosyne.
EUMENIUSZ m Polish
Polish form of Eumenius (see Eumenes).
EUNICJAN m Polish
Polish form of Eunikianos via its latinized form Eunicianus.
EUPSYCHIA f Polish
Derived from the Greek ευ (eu) "good" and Psyche, ultimately from ψυχω (psycho) "to breathe".
EURYK m Polish
Polish form of Euric.
EUSTACHIA f Italian, Polish
Italian and Polish feminine form of Eustace.
EUSTACHIUSZ m Polish
Polish form of Eustachius.
EUSTAZJA f Polish
Polish form of Eustacia.
EUSTOCHIA f Polish
Polish form of Eustochium.
EUSTRACJUSZ m Polish
Polish form of Eustratios via its latinized form Eustratius.
EUTROPIUSZ m Polish
Polish form of Eutropius.
EUZEBIA f Polish
Polish form of Eusebia.
EUZEBIUSZ m Polish
Polish form of Eusebius.
EWANDER m Polish
Polish form of Evander.
EWANGELINA f Polish
Polish form of Evangeline.
EWARYST m Polish
Polish form of Evaristus.
EWARYSTA f Polish (Rare)
Polish feminine form of Evaristus.
EWCIA f Polish
Diminutive of Ewa and Ewelina.
EWDOKIA f Polish
Polish form of Evdokia.
EWELINKA f Polish
Polish form of Evelyn.
EWERYST m Polish
Variant of Ewaryst.
EZAW m Polish
Polish form of Esau.
EZDRASZ m Polish
Polish form of Esdras.
FABRYCJAN m Polish
Polish form of Fabricianus.
FABRYCY m Polish
Polish form of Fabricius (see Fabrice).
FALIMIR m Polish
Variant form of Chwalimir.
FAUSTYN m Polish
Polish form of Faustinus (see Faustino).
FAUSTYNA f Polish
Polish form of Faustina.
FAUSTYNIAN m Polish
Polish form of Faustinianus.
FAWILA f Polish (Archaic)
a Polish form of the Latin Favilla, borne by an early Christian martyr. The name is recorded in use in Poland in 1306. The name is now rare in Poland.
FEBRONIA f Spanish, Late Roman, Polish, Italian
Possibly from Februa, Februalia or Februatio, different names for the same Roman purification festival which was held during the month of February. The festival and the month were both named for the Latin word februum "purging, purification", which was probably from a lost Sabine word itself descended from a reduplication of the Proto-Indo-European word *dhes-.... [more]
FEJENNA f Polish (Archaic)
A variation of Fenenna which is a Polish form of Peninnah
FELA f Polish
Diminutive of Felicja and Felicyta.
FELEK m Polish
Diminutive of Feliks and Felicjan.
FELICJANA f Polish
Polish form of Feliciana.
FELICYSYM m Polish (Rare)
From Latin felicissimus "the happiest, the luckiest".
FELICZEK m Polish
Diminutive of Feliks or Felicjan.
FELIKSA f Polish (Rare)
Feminine form of Feliks.
FELIKSEK m Polish
Diminutive of Feliks.
FELIKSIO m Polish
Diminutive of Feliks.
FELUNIA f & m Polish
Diminutive of Felicja, Feliksa or Felicyta, occasionally can be a slightly humourous nickname of Feliks, see Felunio.
FELUNIO m Polish
Diminutive of Feliks or Felicjan.
FELUŚ m Polish
Diminutive of Feliks or Felicjan.
FIDELISA f Polish (Rare)
Feminine form of Fidelis.
FIDES f Croatian, Polish
From Latin fidēs "faith, belief". The name was perhaps originally given in reference to the early French saint Faith of Agen/Conques (martyred 287, 290, or 303), who is known as Sāncta Fidēs in Latin; her feast day is October 6.
FIDIASZ m Polish (Hellenized, Rare, Archaic)
Fidiasz is a Polish version of Phidias or Fidias.
FILEMON m Dutch (Rare), Danish, Norwegian, Polish, Swedish (Rare)
Dutch, Polish and Scandinavian form of Philemon.... [more]
FILON m Bulgarian, Croatian, Polish, Russian, Serbian, Ukrainian
Bulgarian, Croatian, Polish, Russian, Serbian and Ukrainian form of Philon.
FILOTEUSZ m Polish
Polish form of Philotheos via its latinized form Philotheus.
FLAWIA f Polish
Polish form of Flavia.
FLAWIAN m Polish
Polish form of Flavianus (see Flavian).
FLAWIANA f Polish
Polish form of Flaviana.
FLAWIUSZ m Polish
Polish form of Flavius.
FLOREK m Polish
Diminutive of Florian.
FLORENCJA f Polish (Rare)
Polish form of Florentia (see Florence). Note that Florencja is also the Polish name for the Italian city of Florence.
FLORENCJUSZ m Polish (Rare)
Polish form of Florentius (see Florence).
FLORENCYA f Polish
Older form of Florencja.
FLORENTY m Polish (Archaic), Russian (Rare)
Polish form of Florentius (see Florence) and Russian variant transcription of Florentiy.
FLORËSZK m Kashubian
Diminutive form of Florión.
FLORIÓN m Kashubian
Kashubian form of Florian.
FOKAS m Greek (Rare), Czech (Rare), Polish (Rare)
Greek, Czech and Polish form of Phocas.
FORMOZUS m Polish
Polish form of Formosus.
FORTUNAT m Bulgarian, German (Swiss), Polish, Russian
Bulgarian, German Swiss, Polish and Russian form of Fortunatus.
FOTYN m Polish
Polish form of Φωτεινός (Photeinos) and Φωτίνος (Photinos) via their latinized form Photinus.
FOTYNA f Polish
Polish form of Photine via its latinized form Photina.
FRANCËSZK m Kashubian
Kashubian form of Francis.
FRANCËSZKA f Kashubian
Kashubian form of Francesca.
FRANIA f Polish
Diminutive of Franciszka.
FRIDRISZA f Kashubian
Kashubian form of Frederica.
FRONTON m Bulgarian, Croatian, French, Greek, Polish, Russian, Ukrainian
Bulgarian, Croatian, French, Greek, Polish, Russian and Ukrainian form of Fronto.
FRONTYN m Polish
Polish form of Frontinus.
FROZYNA f Polish (Rare)
Polish variant of Frosina... [more]
FRYDA f Polish
Polish form of Frida.
FRYDOLIN m Polish
Polish form of Fridolin.
FRYDZIA f Polish
Diminutive of Zygfryda.
FRYKSOS m Polish
Polish form of Phrixos (see Phrixus).
FULGENCJUSZ m Polish
Polish form of Fulgentius (see Fulgencio).
FULGENTY m Polish
Variant form of Fulgencjusz.
GABRYSIA f Polish
Polish diminutive of Gabriela.
GAJANA f Polish
Polish form of Gaiana.
GAJUSZ m Polish
Polish form of Gaius.
GARDOMIR m Polish
Old Polish male name. The first element of this name is derived from Proto-Slavic gъrdъ or gord meaning "proud" (see also Gordan, which is etymologically related). Apparently, in some instances, the first element can also mean "fearsome, formidable, terrible"... [more]
GAUDENCJA f Polish
Polish form of Gaudentia.
GAUDENCJUSZ m Polish
Polish form of Gaudentius.
GAUDENTY m Polish
Polish form of Gaudentius.
GAWRYŁA f Polish
Polish feminine form of Gavril.
GEBERYK m Polish
Polish form of Geberic.
GELAZJA f Polish (Rare)
Polish feminine form of Gelasius.
GENEZJUSZ m Polish
Polish form of Genesius.
GENIA f Spanish, Polish
Short form of Eugenia.
GENSERYK m Polish
Polish form of Geiseric.
GERALDYNA f Polish
Polish form of Geraldine.
GERAZYM m Polish
Polish form of Gerasimos.
GERSZOM m Polish
Polish form of Gershom.
GESZA f Polish, Yiddish
Possibly a Yiddish and Polish form of Gesche
GIEDYMIN m Polish
Polish form of Gediminas.
GIENIA f Polish
Polish diminutive of Eugenia.
GINEWRA f Polish
Polish form of Guinevere.
GIZELA f Polish, Slovene, Croatian, Sorbian, Czech, Slovak
Polish, Slovene, Croatian, Czech, Slovak and Sorbian form of Giselle.
GLAFYRA f Polish (Rare)
Polish form of Glaphyra.
GLICERIA f Italian (Rare), Polish (Archaic), Spanish (Latin American)
Italian, Polish and Spanish form of Glykeria via its latinized form Glyceria.
GLICERIUSZ m Polish (Archaic)
Polish form of Glykerios via its latinized form Glycerius.
GNIEW m Polish (Rare)
Meaning "anger", usually short for names like Zbigniew or Dobiegniew.
GNIEWKO m Polish (Rare)
Diminutive of Gniewomir. Occasionally, used on its own.
GNIEWOMIR m Polish
Derived from Polish gniew "anger" combined with Slavic mir "peace".
GNIEWOSŁAW m Polish
Derived from Polish gniew "anger" (which is derived from Slavic gnev "anger") combined with Slavic slav "glory".
GODZIMIR m Polish
Derived from Slavic god "appropriate" combined with Slavic mir "peace".
GODZIMIRA f Polish
Feminine form of Godzimir.
GODZISŁAW m Polish
Derived from Slavic god "appropriate" combined with Slavic slav "glory".