Slavic Surnames

These names are used by Slavic peoples.
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ABADJIEV     Bulgarian
Patronymic name derived from the Turkish word aba "coat". It may have originally denoted the children of a tailor.
ADAM     English, French, German, Polish, Romanian, Jewish
Derived from the given name ADAM.
ADAMCZAK     Polish
Derived from the given name ADAM.
ADAMCZYK     Polish
Derived from the given name ADAM.
ADAMIĆ     Croatian
Means "son of ADAM".
ADAMÍK     Czech
Czech diminutive form of ADAM.
ALEKSANDROV     Russian, Bulgarian
Means "son of ALEKSANDR".
ALEKSEEV     Russian
Means "son of ALEKSEY".
ANDONOV     Bulgarian
Means "son of ANDON".
ANDREEV     Russian, Bulgarian
Means "son of ANDREY".
ANDRYSIAK     Polish
Means "son of ANDRZEJ".
ANGELOV     Bulgarian, Macedonian
Means "son of ANGEL".
ANTIĆ     Serbian, Croatian
Means "son of ANTO" or "son of ANTE (1)".
ANTONOV     Russian, Ukrainian, Bulgarian
Means "son of ANTON".
ANTOV     Bulgarian
Means "son of ANTON".
APOSTOLOV     Bulgarian
Means "son of APOSTOL".
ASENOV     Bulgarian
Means "son of ASEN".
ATANASOV     Bulgarian, Macedonian
Means "son of ATANAS".
ATELJEVIĆ     Serbian
Probably from Hatelji, the name of a town in Serbia, which is of unknown meaning.
BABIĆ     Serbian, Croatian
Matronymic surname derived from Slavic baba "old woman".
BABIČ     Slovene
Slovene form of BABIĆ.
BACHVAROV     Bulgarian
Patronymic from Bulgarian бъчвар (bachvar) meaning "cooper, barrel maker".
BAKALOV     Bulgarian
Patronymic derived from Bulgarian bakalin meaning "grocer".
BANÍK     Slovak
Means "miner" in Slovak.
BÁRTA     Czech
From a given name which was a diminutive of BARTOLOMĚJ.
BARTOŠ     Czech, Slovak
Derived from Bartoš, a diminutive of BARTOLOMĚJ or BARTOLOMEJ.
BARTOSZ     Polish
Derived from the given name BARTOSZ.
BENEŠ     Czech
Derived from a diminutive of the given name BENEDIKT.
BERAN     Czech
Derived from Czech beran meaning "ram".
BERÁNEK     Czech
Means "little ram, male lamb" in Czech.
BERNARD     French, English, Dutch, Czech
From the given name BERNARD.
BISKUP     Czech, Slovak
Czech and Slovak cognate of BISHOP.
BLÁHA     Czech
Derived from a diminutive of BLAŽEJ.
BLAŽEK     Czech
Derived from a given name which was a diminutive of BLAŽEJ.
BOBAL     Czech
Derived from Czech bob meaning "bean".
BOGDANIĆ     Croatian
Means "son of BOGDAN".
BOGDANOV     Russian, Bulgarian
Means "son of BOGDAN".
BOGDANOVIĆ     Serbian, Croatian
Means "son of BOGDAN".
BOGOMOLOV     Russian
Patronymic derived from Russian богомол (bogomol) meaning "pious one, devotionalist".
BORISLAVOV     Bulgarian
Means "son of BORISLAV".
BORISOV     Russian, Bulgarian
Means "son of BORIS".
BOSKO     Polish, Slovak
Derived from Slavic bosu meaning "barefoot".
BOYADJIEV     Bulgarian
Variant transcription of BOYADZHIEV.
BOYADZHIEV     Bulgarian
Patronymic from Bulgarian бояджия (boyadzhiya) meaning "dyer".
BOYANOV     Bulgarian
Means "son of BOYAN".
BOZHIDAROV     Bulgarian
Means "son of BOZHIDAR".
BRANKOVIĆ     Serbian, Croatian
Means "son of BRANKO".
BRANKOVIČ     Slovene
Slovene form of BRANKOVIĆ.
BRANKOVICH     Serbian
Variant transcription of BRANKOVIĆ.
BROZ     Croatian
Derived from Broz, a diminutive of AMBROZIJE. This was the birth surname of the Yugoslavian dictator Josip Broz Tito (1892-1980).
BROŽ     Czech
Derived from Brož, a diminutive of AMBROŽ.
BROŻ     Polish
Derived from Broż, a diminutive of AMBROŻY.
BRZEZICKI     Polish
Derived from Polish brzezina meaning "birch grove".
BUCHVAROV     Bulgarian
Variant transcription of BACHVAROV.
BUDNY     Polish
Possibly from Polish buda meaning "hut, cabin".
BUKOWSKI     Polish
Originally denoted someone who came from a place called Bukowo or Bukowiec, which derive from Polish buk "beech".
BUREŠ     Czech
Derived from a diminutive of the old Slavic given name Burian, of uncertain meaning.
ČECH     Czech
Means "Czech". The name was used to differentiate a native of Bohemia from the natives of Silesia, Moravia and other regions that are now part of the Czech Republic.
ČERMÁK     Czech
Means "redstart (bird)" in Czech.
CERMAK     Czech
Anglicized form of ČERMÁK.
ČERNÍK     Czech
Variant of ČERNÝ.
ČERNÝ     Czech
Means "black" in Czech.
ČERVENKA     Czech
Variant of ČERVENY.
ČERVENY     Czech
Means "red" in Czech.
CHALUPA     Czech
Means "cottage" in Czech.
CHALUPNÍK     Czech
Derived from Czech chalupa meaning "cottage". The name referred to a peasant farmer who owned a very small piece of land.
CHAVDAROV     Bulgarian
Means "son of CHAVDAR".
CHAYKA     Ukrainian
Means "seagull" in Ukrainian.
CHAYKOVSKY     Russian
Russian form of CHAYKA. A famous bearer was the Russian composer Pyotr Ilyich Chaykovsky (1840-1893), with the surname commonly Romanized as Tchaikovsky.
CHILIKOV     Bulgarian
Patronymic derived from Bulgarian челик (chelik) "steel" (of Turkish origin).
CHLEBEK     Polish
From Polish chleb "bread", used to denote a baker.
CHMELA     Czech
Derived from Czech chmel "hops", referring to a person who grew hops, a plant used in brewing beer.
CHMIEL     Polish
Polish cognate of CHMELA, from Polish chmiel.
CHVÁTAL     Czech
Derived from chvátat meaning "to hurry".
ČIERNIK     Slovak
Slovak cognate of ČERNÝ.
ČÍŽEK     Czech
Means "siskin" in Czech, referring to a type of bird in the finch family.
ČÍŽIK     Slovak
Slovak cognate of ČÍŽEK.
CRNČEVIĆ     Serbian
Derived from Serbian црн (crn) meaning "black".
ČTVRTNÍK     Czech
Derived from Czech čtvrtlán meaning "one quarter of a lán", where a lán is a medieval Czech measure of land (approximately 18 hectares). The name denoted someone who owned this much land.
CVETKOV     Bulgarian
Variant transcription of TSVETKOV.
CZAJKA     Polish
Means "lapwing (bird)" in Polish.
CZAJKOWSKI     Polish
Originally indicated a person from any of the Polish towns named Czajków, all derived from Polish czajka meaning "lapwing (bird)".
DAMYANOV     Bulgarian
Means "son of DAMYAN".
DANAILOV     Bulgarian
Means "son of DANAIL".
DANCHEV     Bulgarian
Means "son of DANCHO".
DANIELOV     Bulgarian
Variant of DANAILOV.
DASKALOV     Bulgarian
Patronymic derived from даскал (daskal) meaning "teacher".
DAVID     English, French, Scottish, Czech, Portuguese, Jewish
From the given name DAVID.
DAVIDOVIĆ     Serbian
Means "son of DAVID".
DIMITROV     Bulgarian
Means "son of DIMITAR".
DIMOV     Bulgarian
Means "son of DIMO".
DOBREV     Bulgarian
Means "son of DOBRI".
DOLEŽAL     Czech
Nickname for a lazy person, derived from the past participle of the Czech verb doležat "to lie down".
DOUBEK     Czech
Means "small oak" in Czech, derived from dub "oak".
DRAGANOV     Bulgarian
Means "son of DRAGAN".
DRAGIĆ     Serbian, Croatian, Slovene
Patronymic from any of the Slavic given names starting with Drag (see DRAGO).
DRAGOMIROV     Bulgarian
Means "son of DRAGOMIR".
DRAGOV     Bulgarian
Means "son of DRAGO".
DRAGOVIĆ     Serbian, Croatian
Means "son of DRAGO".
DUBANOWSKI     Polish
Originally indicated a person from the town of Dubinowo (now Dubino in Belarus).
DUBICKI     Polish
Originally indicated a person from the town of Dubica in Poland.
DUNAJSKI     Polish
Derived from Dunaj, the Polish name for the river Danube.
DUŠEK     Czech
Derived from a diminutive of DUŠAN.
DVOŘÁK     Czech
Occupational name derived from Czech dvůr "manor", indicating a person who worked at such a place. This name was borne by the Czech composer Antonín Dvořák (1841-1904).
DZIEDZIC     Polish
Derived from Polish dziedzic "landowner".
FABIAN     English, French, Polish
Derived from the given name FABIAN.
FEDOROV     Russian
Variant transcription of FYODOROV.
FIALA     Czech
Means "violet" in Czech, referring to the flower. It may have originally referred to a person who lived near a sign bearing violets, or it may have been given to a person who lived in a place where violets grew.
FILIPEK     Polish, Czech
Derived from a diminutive of the given name FILIP.
FILIPOV     Bulgarian, Macedonian
Means "son of FILIP".
FILIPOVIĆ     Serbian, Croatian
Means "son of FILIP".
FILIPOWSKI     Polish
Either a patronymic from the given name FILIP, or a habitational name for a person from Filipow, Poland.
FILIPPOV     Russian
Means "son of FILIP".
FRANIĆ     Croatian
Variant of FRANJIĆ.
FRANJIĆ     Croatian
Means "son of FRANJO".
FURNADJIEV     Bulgarian
Means "son of the baker".
FYODOROV     Russian
Means "son of FYODOR".
GAJOS     Polish
Derived from an old Slavic term gaj or gajdol which meant "to drone" or "to drone out".
GAŠPAR     Slovene
Derived from the given name GAŠPER.
GAVRILOVIĆ     Serbian
Means "son of GAVRILO".
GAVRILYUK     Ukrainian
From a diminutive of the given name GAVRIL.
GENADIEV     Bulgarian
Means "son of Genadiy", Genadiy being the Bulgarian form of GENNADIY.
GENKOV     Bulgarian
Means "son of Genko", Genko being a diminutive of GEORGI or EVGENI.
GENOV     Bulgarian
Means "son of Geno", Geno being a diminutive of GEORGI or EVGENI.
GEORGIEV     Bulgarian
Means "son of GEORGI".
GERBIĆ     Slovene
Means "hunchback" from Slovene grba "hunch".
GNIEWEK     Polish
Derived from Gniewek, a diminutive of ZBIGNIEW, JAROGNIEW, or other names containing gniew "anger".
GOMOLKA     Polish
Derived from Polish gomolka, a type of round cheese. The word gomolka is derived from gomola "round".
GOMULKA     Polish
Variant of GOMOLKA.
GORANOV     Bulgarian
Means "son of GORAN".
GORECKI     Polish
Originally indicated a person from Górka, a town in Poland. Its name is ultimately derived from Slavic gora "mountain".
GÓRKA     Polish
Variant of GORECKI.
GÓRSKI     Polish
From the Slavic word gora "mountain".
GRIGOROV     Bulgarian
Means "son of GRIGOR".
GRZESKIEWICZ     Polish
Derived from the given name GRZEGORZ.
GUJIĆ     Bosnian
Means "son of an adder snake" from the Bosnian word guja meaning "adder snake".
GWOZDEK     Polish
Derived from either gwozd, an archaic Polish word for "forest", or gwozdz "nail".
HADJIEV     Bulgarian
Means "son of the pilgrim" from Bulgarian hadjia "pilgrim", ultimately derived from the Arabic hajj.
HAJEK     Czech
Means "thicket" in Czech.
HARALAMPIEV     Bulgarian
Means "son of Haralampi", Haralampi being the Bulgarian form of CHARALAMPOS.
HAVEL     Czech
Derived from the given name HAVEL.
HAVELKA     Czech
Means "son of HAVEL" in Czech.
HAVLÍČEK     Czech
Diminutive form of HAVEL.
HERCEG     Croatian
Croatian form of HERZOG.
HLAVAČ     Czech
Derived from Czech hlava "head".
HLAVAČEK     Czech
Derived from a diminutive of Czech hlava "head".
HOLUB     Czech, Ukrainian
Derived from holub "dove".
HORAČEK     Czech
Diminutive derived from Czech hora "mountain".
HORACEK     Czech
Variant of HORAČEK.
HORAK     Czech
Derived from Czech hora "mountain", a cognate of the Polish GÓRSKI.
HORNICK     Czech, Slovak
Variant of HORNIK.
HORNIK     Czech, Slovak
Occupational name meaning "miner".
HORVAT     Croatian, Slovene
From Croatian and Slovene Hrvat meaning "Croat, person from Croatia".
HORVATINČIĆ     Croatian
Patronymic derived from HORVAT.
HRABE     Czech
Derived from the Czech word hrabe "count". The name was perhaps used to denote a servant of a count.
HRISTOV     Bulgarian
Means "son of HRISTO".
HRUBY     Czech
Derived from Czech hruby "crude".
HRUŠKA     Czech
Means "pear" in Czech. It was most likely used to denote a person who grew or sold pears.
HUSTOVI     Czech
Refers to one who followed the teachings of the Bohemian religious reformer, Jan Huss.
IGNATIEV     Bulgarian
Means "son of Ignati", Ignati being an archaic Bulgarian form of IGNATIUS.
IGNATOV     Bulgarian
Means "son of Ignat", Ignat being the Bulgarian form of IGNATIUS.
ILIĆ     Serbian, Croatian
Means "son of ILIJA".
ILIEV     Bulgarian
Means "son of ILIYA".
ISAEV     Bulgarian
Means "son of ISAY".
IVANKOV     Bulgarian
Patronymic derived from a diminutive of IVAN.
IVANOVIĆ     Croatian, Serbian
Means "son of IVAN".
IVOV     Bulgarian
Means "son of IVO (2)".
JAGODA     Polish
Means "berry" in Polish.
JAHODA     Czech, Slovak
Czech cognate of JAGODA.
JAKOLIN     Slovene
From Latin Jacobus, see JAMES.
JANDA     Polish, Czech
Derived from the given name JAN (1).
JANDAČEK     Czech
Diminutive of JANDA.
JANIČEK     Czech
Derived from the given name JAN (1).
JANKOVIC     Slovak
Means "son of JANKO".
JANKOVIĆ     Croatian, Serbian
Means "son of JANKO".
JANKOVIČ     Slovene
Means "son of JANKO".
JANOWSKI     Polish
Habitational name for a person from a town named Janowo, Janow or Janowice.
JASKOLSKI     Polish
Originally indicated a person from Jaskolski in Poland. The name of the town itself is derived from Polish jaskolka "a swallow".
JASKULSKI     Polish
Variant of JASKOLSKI.
JEDLIČKA     Czech
Derived from Czech jedle meaning "fir tree", perhaps given to a person who lived near a fir tree.
JEDYNAK     Polish
Means "only child" from Polish jedynak.
JEHLIČKA     Czech
Means "a needle" in Czech. The name was most likely borne by tailors in reference to their occupation.
JELEN     Polish, Czech, Slovak
Means "stag" in the Slavic languages.
JELINEK     Czech
Diminutive of JELEN.
JEZ     Polish
Means "hedgehog" in Polish. It may have originally referred to a person who lived near a sign bearing a hedgehog, or it may have been given to a person who resembled a hedgehog in some way.
JEŽ     Slovene, Czech
Cognate of JEZ.
JEŽEK     Czech
Means "a small hedgehog" in Czech. It may have originally referred to a person who lived near a sign bearing a hedgehog, or it may have been given to a person who resembled a hedgehog in some way.
JORDAN (1)     English, French, German, Polish
Derived from the given name JORDAN.
JOVANOVIĆ     Serbian
Means "son of JOVAN".
JURIĆ     Croatian
Means "son of JURE".
JURIŠA     Croatian
Derived from a diminutive form of JURE.
JUSIĆ     Bosnian
Perhaps means "son of JOSIP".
KACZKA     Polish
Means "duck" in Polish.
KADER (1)     Czech
Archaic variant of KUDRNA.
KADLEC     Czech
Means "weaver" in Czech.
KALOYANCHEV     Bulgarian
Means "son of little KALOYAN".
KALOYANOV     Bulgarian
Means "son of KALOYAN".
KALUŽA     Slovene
Means "a puddle" in Slovene.
KALUZA     Polish
Means "a puddle" in Polish.
KAMIŃSKI     Polish
Originally denoted someone who came from a town called Kamien. Kamien comes from the Slavic word kamiñ meaning "stone".
KAŠPAR     Czech, Slovene
Variant of KASPAR.
KASPAR     German, Slovene
Derived from the given name KASPAR.
KASPRZAK     Polish
Means "son of KASPAR".
KASUN     Croatian, Serbian, Bosnian
Derived from the Old Slavic term kazac "to order, command", here referring to one who bore an air of authority, and whose word was heeded and obeyed.
KATRANJIEV     Bulgarian
Patronymic from katranjia "one who works at a tar pit".
KAVA     Polish
Derived from Polish kawa "coffee", perhaps originally denoting one who worked in the coffee trade.
KEDZIERSKI     Ukrainian, Polish
From a nickname meaning "curly", describing a person with curly hair.
KIJEK     Polish
Means "a small stick" in Polish.
KLADIVO     Czech
Means "hammer" in Czech. The name most likely started as a nickname for a blacksmith.
KLEMENTS     Slovene
From the given name KLEMEN.
KLIMA     Czech
Derived from Klima, a diminutive of KLIMENT.
KLÍMEK     Czech
Derived from Klímek, a diminutive of KLIMENT.
KLIMEK     Polish
Derived from the name Klimek, a diminutive of KLEMENS.
KLIMY     Czech
Means "descendant of Klima", Klima being a diminutive of KLIMENT.
KNEŽEVIĆ     Croatian, Serbian
Patronymic of the South Slavic word knež meaning "prince".
KOHOUT     Czech
Means "rooster" in Czech.
KOHUT     Ukrainian
Means "rooster" in Ukrainian. It was a nickname for a proud person.
KOKOT     Slovene
Means "rooster" in Slovene.
KOLÁŘ     Czech
Means "wheelwright", a derivative of Czech kolo "wheel".
KOLAR     Croatian, Slovene
Croatian and Slovene cognate of KOLÁŘ.
KOPECKY     Czech
Derived from Czech kopec "hill". The name was perhaps given to a person who lived close to a hill.
KOPITAR     Slovene
Means "shoemaker".
KOROŠEC     Slovene
Originally indicated a person from Koroška (Carinthia), a medieval Slovene state, now divided between Slovenia and Austria.
KOŠAR     Croatian
From the Slavic word koš meaning "basket". It originally indicated a person who made or sold baskets.
KOSMATKA     Polish
Derived from Polish kosmaty meaning "shaggy, hairy".
KOSTELECKY     Czech
Originally denoted a person from a village named Kostelec. The place name Kostelec is derived from the Czech word kostel "church".
KOVÁČ     Slovak, Czech
Slovak and Czech cognate of KOVAČ.
KOVAC     Slovak, Croatian, Serbian, Czech
Simplified spelling of KOVÁČ or KOVAČ.
KOVAČ     Croatian, Serbian, Slovene
Means "blacksmith", a derivative of Slavic kovati meaning "to forge".
KOVACHEV     Bulgarian
Patronymic derived from Bulgarian ковач (kovach) meaning "blacksmith".
KOVÁŘ     Czech
Czech cognate of KOVAČ.
KOWALCZYK     Polish
Patronymic derived from Polish kowal "blacksmith".
KOWALSKI     Polish
From Polish kowal meaning "blacksmith".
KOZEL     Slovene, Ukrainian
Derived from Slavic kozel "goat", probably used to denote a goatherd.
KOZIOL     Polish
Means "goat" in Polish, probably used to denote a goatherd.
KOZLOV     Russian
Patronymic from the Slavic word kozel "goat", probably used to denote a goatherd.
KOZLOW     Polish
From the Polish place name Kozlow, ultimately derived from koziol "goat".
KOZLOWSKI     Polish
Originally a name for a person from Kozlow, Kozlowo, or any other place whose name was derived from Polish koziol "goat".
KRAKOWSKI     Polish, Jewish
Habitational name for a person from the city of Kraków in southern Poland.
KRALL     Czech
From Czech král "king". It referred to one connected in some way with a king's household or one who played the part of a king in a pageant or play.
KRAMR     Czech
Czech form of KRAMER.
KRASTEV     Bulgarian
Means "son of KRASTIO".
KRATOCHVIL     Czech
Derived from the Czech kratochvile "pastime".
KREJCI     Czech
Means "tailor" in Czech.
KRIŽ     Czech, Slovak, Slovene
Means "cross" in Czech.
KRIZMAN     Slovene
From the given name KRISTIJAN.
KRÓL     Polish
Means "king" in Polish. The name referred to one connected in some way with a king's household.
KRUPIN     Russian
Derived from Slavic krupa meaning "grain".
KUCERA     Czech
Means "curl" in Czech, a nickname for a person with curly locks of hair.
KUDRNA     Czech
Cognate of KUCERA.
KUMIEGA     Polish
Derived from a Polish word meaning "friend".
KUZNETSOV     Russian
Patronymic form of Russian кузнец (kuznets) meaning "blacksmith".
KYSELY     Czech, Slovak
Means "sour" in Czech. It was most likely used to denote a person known for his bad mood.
LAGOUNOV     Russian
Variant transcription of LAGUNOV.
LAGUNOV     Russian
Patronymic name derived from Russian lagun "water barrel". It was most likely used to denote the descendants of a person who made water barrels.
LANIK     Czech
Derived from Czech lan, a measure of land equal to approximately 18 hectares. The name loosely translates as "farmer" and thus is considered a Moravian cognate of SEDLAK.
LÁSKA     Czech, Slovak
Means "love" in Czech and Slovak.
LAWNICZAK     Polish
Means "juror" from Polish lawnik.
LAZAROV     Bulgarian
Means "son of LAZAR".
LIS     Polish
Means "fox" in Polish. It is a nickname for a sly person.
LONČAR     Croatian, Serbian, Slovene
Means "potter", from Serbo-Croatian lonac, Slovene lonec meaning "pot".
LUKIĆ     Serbian
Means "son of LUKA".
LUKSKA     Czech
Derived from the given name LUKAS.
MACEK     Czech
Derived from the name Macek, a diminutive of MATEJ.
MACHÁN     Czech
Derived from the given name Mach (a Czech diminutive of MICHAEL or MATĚJ).
MAJEWSKI     Polish
Derived from Polish maj meaning "May". It may have been given in reference to the month the first bearer was baptized.
MAKSIMOV     Russian
Means "son of MAKSIM".
MALINOWSKI     Polish
Means "dweller by raspberries" from Polish malina.
MALY     Polish, Czech
Means "small" in the Slavic languages.
MAREK     Czech, Polish, Hungarian
Derived from the given name MAREK.
MARINOV     Bulgarian
Means "son of MARIN".
MARKOV     Bulgarian, Russian
Means "son of MARKO or MARK".
MARKOVIĆ     Serbian, Croatian
Means "son of MARKO".
MARSZAŁEK     Polish
Polish cognate of MARSHALL.
MARTIN     English, French, German, Czech
Derived from the given name MARTIN.
MARTÍNEK     Czech
Derived from the given name MARTIN.
MARTINEK     Czech
Variant of MARTÍNEK.
MARTINOV     Bulgarian
Means "son of MARTIN".
MARUŠIĆ     Croatian
Matronymic surname meaning "son of MARIJA".
MARUŠKA     Czech
Derived from the given name MARIE.
MARUSKA     Czech
Variant of MARUŠKA.
MAŠEK     Czech
Derived from the given name Mašek which can be a diminutive of either MATĚJ or TOMÁŠ.
MÁSELNÍK     Czech
Referred to one who churned or sold butter or buttermilk, derived from Czech máslo "butter".
MAŚLANKA     Polish
Derived from Polish masło "butter". The name probably referred to a person who made or sold butter or buttermilk.
MATEEV     Bulgarian
Means "son of MATEY".
MATĚJKA     Czech
Derived from the given name MATĚJ.
MATIĆ     Croatian
Means "son of MATIJA".
MATOUŠEK     Czech
Derived from a diminutive of the given name MATOUŠ.
MATVEEV     Russian
Means "son of MATVEY".
MEDVED     Slovene, Slovak, Croatian, Russian
Means "bear" in several Slavic languages.
MENCHER     Polish, Jewish
Occupational surname for a miller or flour dealer (derived from Polish maczarz).
MIAZGA     Polish
Derived from Polish miazga "pulp".
MICHEL (1)     French, German, Dutch, Basque, Polish
Derived from the given name MICHEL, MITXEL or MICHAŁ.
MIHAILOVIĆ     Serbian
Means "son of MIHAILO".
MIHAJLOVIĆ     Serbian
Means "son of MIHAJLO".
MIHAYLOV     Bulgarian
Means "son of MIHAIL".
MIHOV     Bulgarian
Means "son of Miho", the given name Miho being a diminutive of MIHAIL.
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