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[Opinions] Czech Name Day - WDYTO?
January
2.Karin
3.Radmila
4.Diana
5.Dalimil
6.Vilma, Atilla
7.Čestmír
8.Vladan, Walter
9.Břetislav
10.Malvína, Thea
11.Pravoslav
12.Edita
13.Radovan, Radúz
14.Alice
15.Ctirad
16.Drahoslav
17.Vladislav
18.Doubravka
19.Ilona, Sebastian
20.Běla
21.Slavomír
22.Zdeněk
23.Milena, Amanda, Timothy
24.Miloš, Saul
25.Zora, Danica
26.Ingrid
27.Otilia
28.Zdislava
29.Robin
30.Marika, MarissaFebruary
Hynek
Nela
Blažej
Jarmila, Gilbert
Alida
Vanda
Veronika, Berenika
Milada
Apolena, Apolonia
Mojmír
Božena
Slavěna, Gloria
Věnceslav
Valentin
Jiřina
Ljuba, Pamela
Miloslava, Grace
Gisela
Patrik
Oldřich
Lenka, Eleonor
Etel
Svatopluk
Matěj, Yasmin
Lilian
Dorota, Dorian
Alexandr
LumírMarch
Bedřich
Anežka
Kamil
Stella
Kazimír
Miroslav
Tomáš
Gabriela
Františka, Rebekka
Viktorie, Melissa, Melita
Anděla, Angelika
Gregor
Růžena, Rosalie, Rosita
Matilda, Ruth
Ida
Herbert
Vlastimil
Eduard
Josef, Sibylla, Josefina
Světlana, Roxana
Radek
Leona, Leontina
Ivona, Rupert
Gabriel
Marián, Mario, Iris
Emanuel
Dita
Soňa, Gideon
Tatiana, Tanja
Arnošt
QuidoApril
1.Hugo
2.Erika, Aaron
3.Richard, Roderik, Rory
4.Ivana
5.Miroslava
6.Vendula, Celestina
7.Hermína
8.Emanuel
9.Dušan
10.Darja
11.Areta, Ariel
12.Julius, Julian
13.Aleš
14.Vincent
15.Anastasie, Olympia
16.Irena
17.Rudolf
18.Valerie
19.Rostislav, Celestina
20.Marcela, Odetta
21.Alexandra, Saša
22.Eugenie
23.Vojtěch
24.Jiří
25.Marek
26.Oto
27.Jaroslav
28.Vlastislav
29.Robert, Lea
30.Selma
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*does a little dance for her Czech heritage :D*I like:January
12. Edita
14. Alice
19. Ilona
24. Miloš
26. Ingrid
27. Otilia
February
Veronika
Apolonia
Valentin
Eleonor
Dorian
Alexandr
March
Tomáš
Františka
Andìla
Gregor
Rosalie
Matilda, Ruth
Sibylla
Leontina
Iris
Gideon
April
1. Hugo
12. Julius
15. Olympia
18. Valerie
22. Eugenie
30. Selma

This message was edited by the author 9/14/2008, 9:09 AM

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sorry for my ignorance, but what is a 'Name Day?'
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In many cultures there are first names associated with the days of the year. The associations between the days and the names have arisen through many reasons, but primarily because the church held a festival for a saint of that name on that day. For instance, the church feast of Saint Michael was held on 29th September, and as a result the name day for Michael is on 29th September. In some countries one's nameday is more important than one's birthday, and sometimes gifts are given.
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