Most of these baby names are accompanied by phonics to show you how the name is pronounced. 10) Evidokija (ev-ee-doh-kiya): Greek origin, meaning "she whose fame or judgement is good". I’ll end the list with a name I’m considering for my little one: Valeria, Valerie or just Val. Hana is a variation of the name Hannah. Copyright Â© 2020 Kidadl Ltd. All Rights Reserved. We like the kind of ring or zing a ‘Z’ sound has. Anja is one of the most alluring variations of the name Ann/Anna. For example—Danica, meaning "morning star," is a Slavic variation of Daniella. 8) Dragana: Slavic origin, meaning "precious". It means ‘grace’. Petra means ‘rock formation’. Ivo AndriÄ was a famous Serbian writer and winner of the Nobel Prize for literature. 34) Ruslana: Russian origin, meaning "lion". Bulgarian feminine form of Bozidar, meaning divine gift. In the pre-Christian period, children were given a substitution name which they had to bear until they were seven to ten years old. Rodavan is another great name you can consider for your baby. As for the convention, a Slavic name consists of a given name, followed by the patronymic, and then the family name or surname. Serbia is a small country located in north-eastern Europe. Mijhajlo Pupin was a founder of NASA. Malina is popular in Serbia. Malina is a sweet sounding name for your little sweetheart. Even though Valeria is a… 25) Milicia: Serbian origin, meaning "kind" and "dear". 14) Irina: Russian origin, meaning "peace". These are our exclusive top Serbian baby names. Miloje is one of our favorite Serbian boy names. From A to Z, these popular Serbian names for both boys and girls are elegant, stoic and very meaningful. Mileva MariÄ was the only female student of Albert Einstein, many people believe she did a lot of behind the scenes work in discovering the Theory of Relativity. Milena sounds a lot like Malina but has a different meaning. Kidadl cannot accept liability for the execution of these ideas, and parental supervision is advised at all times, as safety is paramount. The meaning of Maja is ‘splendid’. 18) Katarina: Slavic origin, meaning "pure". Living in Dublin, Megan is passionate about all things creative. 68) Dario: this name has many meanings across different cultures including "upholder of good", "affluent" and "rich". Zivko sounds perfect. Fun Fact: To help with your pronunciation, in Serbia the letter "j" creates the same sound the letter "y" makes in English. 13) Hana: Serbian form of Hannah which means "grace" or "hope". You have to pronounce Jana as Yah-nah or Jan-ah. Parents are free to bestow any name they like at any point … If you're looking for the perfect name to call your child, check out this list of 120 of the most popular Serbian names for babies.