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Serbian Boy Names And Their Meanings
Aco ― One who helps or defends mankind
Bibo ― Short from Ljubo, meaning a peace lover
Bodin ― He who defends life
Bogdan ― He who was given by God, a Godsent person
Bojan ― One who fights in battles
Branimir ― Protection, harmony and peace of the world
Branislav ― Protection of the glory or fame
Bratislav ― Glory of the brother
Budimir ― To make peace
Bunda ― One with a furcoat
Dejan ― One who imparts knowledge; God
Dragos ― Precious; they are true natured being
Dragoslav ― They are precious and are a gift from God; glorious
Draisen ― Precious and mature person
Govran ― GovIndian are the persons of very restless nature. They cannot sit idle and keep themselves busy all the time.
Ja ― Name that means “Me”
Jakov ― May the God watch over you
Mateja ― He is a God’ s Gift
Milorad ― A graceful joy or care
Milos ― A person full of grace, dearest of all
Milosz ― e dear one, pleasant one
Nedeljko ― Resembles one of the days, Sunday.
Nemanja ― Having no ownership or control.
Nirvaira ― The new comer to the family, fresh family member.
Novak ― The new comer to the family, fresh family member.
Pushka ― A gun or a cannon; One who is a barrel of a rifled gun; helpful
Reija ― One who has wings
Rumen ― A Boy whose cheeks are rudy, red
Simeon ― One who obeys what he hears
Simo ― One who hears and listens
Slaven ― From a serbian; croatian word “slava”, means Glory
Slobodan ― A man who is free
Stanimir ― One who became peaceful and glorious
Stanislav ― He who is destined to become glorious and famous
Stevan ― An individual who is crowned
Stjepan ― A person who has the crown
Stojan ― One who stands
Teodor ― A gift of God
Todor ― A beautiful an pleasant gift from God
Tomislav ― Tomislav is derived from the Slavic element tomiti, which means torture combined with slava meaning glory.
Topper ― A habitational name for one who is from Topper near Krossen, an occupational name for one who stokes coal in steamer
Vedran ― Clear and cheerful