are used in the countries of Romania and Moldova in eastern Europe.
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ADEODAT m Bulgarian, Croatian, Macedonian, Polish, Romanian, Russian, Serbian, Slovak, Ukrainian
Bulgarian, Croatian, Macedonian, Polish, Romanian, Russian, Serbian, Slovak and Ukrainian form of ADEODATUS
AFRODITA f Basque, Albanian, Bosnian, Catalan, Croatian, Galician, Macedonian, Bulgarian, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Serbian, Spanish, Ukrainian
Cognate of APHRODITE
ALCEU m Catalan, Portuguese, Romanian, Sicilian
Catalan, Portuguese, Romanian and Sicilian form of ALCAEUS
. Known bearers of this name include Brazilian writer and journalist Alceu Amoroso Lima (1893-1983) and Brazilian soccer player Alceu Rodrigues Simoni Filho (b... [more]
ATENA f Catalan (Rare), Croatian (Rare), Italian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Slovene, Serbian
Catalan, Croatian, Italian, Polish, Portuguese and Romanian form of ATHENA
BEBE m Romanian
Originally, a Romanian nickname also used as a given name, meaning "baby".... [more]
BLANDUZIA f Romanian (Rare)Fântâna Blanduziei
('Blanduzia's Fountain' in English) was a literary and political weekly magazine which was first published in 1888 and run by Romanian poet Mihai Eminescu.
BRĂDUȚ m Romanian
Derived from Romaninan brăduț
, the diminutive of brad
, "fir tree".
BUCUR m Romanian, Romanian Mythology
Bucur is the legendary Romanian shepherd who is said to have founded Bucharest (Bucureşti in Romanian). The names is possibly derived from Romanian bucurie
CĂLIN m Romanian
Directly taken from Romanian călin
"guelder rose (a type of flower)".
CATALIN m Romanian
Spelling variant of CĂTĂLIN
used by Romanians abroad or in informal contexts (for example on the internet). Note that this is not the standard spelling of the name.
CERASELLA f Romanian, Italian
The name probably comes from a 1959 Italian teen comedy film and a 1959 Canzone Napoletana song.
CIREŞICA f Romanian
Derived from Romanian cireşică
, the diminutive of cireaşă
COTISO m Romanian (Rare), History
Cotiso was the name of a Dacian king (approximately 30 BC) who ruled the mountains between Banat and Oltenia (modern-day Romania).
DRĂGUȚA f Romanian (Rare)
Derived from Romanian drăguţă
, the feminine form of the adjective drăguţ
, "cute, precious".
DUCU m Romanian
Romanian diminutive of the given name RADU
or names containing the name element.
EVARIST m Bosnian, Bulgarian, Catalan, Croatian, Romanian, Russian, Serbian, Slovak, Slovene
Bosnian, Bulgarian, Catalan, Croatian, Romanian, Russian, Serbian, Slovak and Slovene form of EVARISTUS
FLORENȚA f Romanian
Romanian form of Florentia
). Note that Florența
is also the Romanian name for the Italian city of Florence.
GELU m Romanian
Gelou is portrayed as 'some Vlach' (originally 'quidam Blacus', Vlach and Blacus meaning 'Romanian') being a leader of the Vlachs in Transylvania, and having his capital at Doboka. He was said to be defeated by the warriors of the Magyar chieftain Töhötöm.... [more]
ILARIE m Romanian
Romanian form of HILARIUS
. This name was borne by Ilarie Voronca (1903-1946), the pen name of Romanian-French avant-garde poet and essayist Eduard Marcus.
LĂCRĂMIOARA f Romanian
Directly taken from Romanian lăcrămioara
"lily of the valley" (literally "little tear").