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Name Meaning Origin Popularity Other Gender
Kazimierz

Famous destroyer (of peace)

Slavic

Boris

Small; battle glory

Slavic

Zeljko

Desire for Peace

Slavic

Wenceslas

Greater glory

Slavic

Ivan

God is gracious

Slavic

Vlad

Glorious rule

Slavic

Casmir

Famous destroyer (of peace)

Slavic

Zandros

Man's defender, warrior

Slavic

Zelimir

Desire for Peace

Slavic

Iwan

God is gracious

Slavic

Laszlo

Glorious rule

Slavic

Toon

Slavic

Casimiro

Famous destroyer (of peace)

Slavic

Andric

Slavic

Anton

The German and Russian form of Antony or Anthony.

Slavic

Sagan

Slavic

Kazmer

Famous destroyer (of peace)

Slavic

Ivanhoe

God is gracious

Slavic

Wozzeck

A warrior to whom combat brings joy

Slavic

Jaroslav

Beauty of spring

Slavic

Stanislav

A variant form of Stanislaus.

Slavic

Zann

Slavic

Ladislas

Glorious rule

Slavic

Brencis

Crowned with Laurel

Slavic

Fadey

Praise

Slavic

Discover a fresh world of amazing monikers with Slavic boy names. Hailing from Eastern Europe, these names are a melting pot of cultures, much like the region. Explore them with us below.

Slavic boy names aren’t all that common in the U.S. but that doesn’t mean that they don’t work well with our current top baby names. Ivan, for instance, is a handsome variant of John with an in-demand vowel start. He’s an unexpected way to honor a John in your life and your heritage. There’s also Kole, a variant of Cole who can honor Nicholas with ease. Not only is he stylish in sound and meaning, but his “victory of the people” meaning is outstanding. Love Julian, but not his popularity? Check out Florian. This fashionable pick has a similar sound and style. Other Slavic boy names that we can see rising on U.S. charts are Bane, Bohdan, and Milan.

Meanings, as always, is the first place we look for inspiration with a new origin, and Slavic boy names deliver some of the best that we’ve seen. Vladimir’s “renowned prince” is out-of-this-world on a baby boy. Seriously, how do you top that? It’s a home run in our eyes. Wojtek is great for a little fighter through life’s obstacles, as his meaning of “warrior” gives him extra strength. Zandros’ meaning of “man’s defender” comes from his Alexander roots, much like Kostya’s meaning of “constant” comes from his ties to the name Constantine. As you can see, many Slavic boy names have powerful meanings, making them a hit for parents who love a bold, brave name.

In the realm of meanings, you’ll also find many religious-rooted names of Slavic origin because of the region’s deep ties with many religions. Stasio means “resurrection,” while Elya means “the Lord is my God.” You can keep it broad with Duscha, meaning “divine spirit,” Wenzel, meaning “greater glory,” or Svatoslav, meaning “one who celebrates holiness.” We always encourage you to look closer at meanings, as sometimes they can make that special name leap off the page.

Classic Slavic boy names are plentiful, with Boris the one most often associated with the region. Meaning “battle glory,” he’s a tough cookie. There’s also Laszlo, a handsome name used by rocker Pete Wentz as the middle name for his little guy. The name has artsy vibes and a beloved vowel ending, so we think he’s more than ready for his time in the American spotlight.

If you prefer rare monikers, Slavic boy names are a wonderful place to search. There are countless picks that are relatively unheard of in the U.S. Casimir is a standout, and his meaning of “destroyer” might fit a baby that was very active with his kicks in the womb. There’s also Damir, a handsome pick meaning “to give peace.” A few other names that might catch your eye are Jarek, Bogdan, and Tibor.

Whichever direction you go, you’re in for a treat with Slavic boy names.