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Visit some of the world’s most diverse lands with Slavic girl names. Plucked from Eastern Europe, these stunning names are a mixture of cultures, religions, and languages. Discover their beauty with us below.
While Slavic girl names aren’t exceptionally common in the U.S., Mila has become a bit of a superstar in recent years. This gentle pick meaning “dear” has skyrocketed in popularity, and with her sweet sound, we totally see why. Her longer form of Kamila is also trending upward if you like the name, but not her surge in popularity. Other Slavic girl names toward the top of the charts are Nadia, Ivanna, and Aniya. That said, they’re far from common, so they’re still quite usable if you’re leery about hearing your baby’s name in every classroom. If you’re concerned about popularity, a good tip is to pay attention to the popularity column on our list. If the name isn’t in the Top 100 on the charts, it likely isn’t a name you’d hear often. If it’s not in the Top 500, we would consider it rare. If it’s not in the top 1000, it’s very rare.
Among Slavic girl names, we see many options that work well with today’s top trends if you’re seeking something similar that honors your heritage. Zora is one of our favorites, as she combines the spunk of Zoe with the vintage charm of Nora. Zaria is another winner, with the feel of Maria and exciting Z start that parents are loving. Kalina may be the name you’re looking for too, as her -ina ending continues to trend on the charts.
For the ultra-rare, the sky is the limit with Slavic girl names. Triska, meaning “silver,” is an exciting pick that sounds right at home on a precocious girl. We love the energy of Jereni, too, and see her as a wonderful way to honor a Jennifer or similar J name. Saskia is another stunner, and in her, we can picture mountains and adventure, making her the perfect pick for a girl on the move.
If you’re stuck, we also recommend turning to meanings for inspiration, and Slavic girl names have many beautiful ones in their ranks. We love the positivity of Mirana, a gorgeous name meaning “wonderful.” You can honor how special your baby girl is with Zlatka’s “golden,” or you can pay homage to her zesty spirit with Neci, an energetic cutie meaning “fiery.” We also adore Lida’s “loved by the people,” and Verica’s “truth.”
As we mentioned, the Slavic region is also well-known for its spirituality, and it’s reflected in the meanings of Slavic girl names, too. Mateja is a variant of Matthew, meaning “gift of God,” while Olya is a soft pick meaning “holy.” The similar-sounding Elya takes it a step further with her stunning meaning of “the Lord is my God.” These can be a wonderful way of honoring your faith.
Embrace the wonders of the region and find your next favorite in Slavic girl names.