Name Element SLAVA

Type Element
Scripts слава(Church Slavic)

Meaning & History

Slavic element meaning "glory, fame" [1].

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Given Name DescendantsStanislau, Viachaslau(Belarusian) Borislav, Borislava, Desislav, Desislava, Dessislava, Dobroslav, Miroslav, Radoslav, Radoslava, Stanislav, Stanislava, Svetoslav, Ventseslav, Ventsislav, Ventsislava, Vladislav, Blagoslav, Slavko(Bulgarian) Berislav, Borislav, Branislav, Dobroslav, Dragoslav, Krunoslav, Ladislav, Miroslav, Miroslava, Mislav, Ninoslav, Radoslav, Slava, Slaven, Slavica, Slavka, Slavko, Slavomir, Stanislav, Stanislava, Tomislav, Tomislava, Vatroslav, Višeslav, Vjekoslav, Vjekoslava, Vladislav, Zdeslav(Croatian) Blahoslav, Bohuslav, Bohuslava, Boleslav, Branislav, Břetislav, Bronislav, Bronislava, Dobroslav, Dobroslava, Drahoslav, Drahoslava, Gustav, Jaroslav, Jaroslava, Květoslav, Květoslava, Ladislav, Ladislava, Miloslav, Miloslava, Miroslav, Miroslava, Radoslav, Radoslava, Rostislav, Slavěna, Slavomír, Slavomíra, Stanislav, Stanislava, Svatoslav, Svatoslava, Václav, Václava, Věnceslav, Věnceslava, Věroslav, Vítězslav, Vladislav, Vladislava, Vlastislav, Vratislav, Vratislava, Zdislav, Zdislava, Boleslava, Mstislav(Czech) Gustav(Danish) Gustaaf(Dutch) Kustaa, Kyösti(Finnish) Gustave(French) Gustaf, Gustav, Wenzel, Wenzeslaus(German) Ladislas, Ladislaus, Stanislas, Wenceslas, Wenceslaus(History) Gusztáv, László, Vencel(Hungarian) Gustavo, Ladislao, Stanislao, Venceslao(Italian) Gustavs, Staņislavs(Latvian) Bronislovas, Jaroslavas, Stanislova, Stanislovas(Lithuanian) Branislav, Miroslav, Miroslava, Radoslav, Slavica, Slavko(Macedonian) Veceslav, Venceslaus, Wenceslaus(Medieval Czech) Gustav(Norwegian) Bogusław, Bogusława, Bolesław, Bronisław, Bronisława, Czesław, Czesława, Dobrosław, Dobrosława, Gustaw, Jarosław, Lechosław, Mieczysław, Mieczysława, Mirosław, Mirosława, Radosław, Sławomir, Sławomira, Stanisław, Stanisława, Świętosław, Wacław, Warcisław, Więcesław, Władysław, Włodzisław, Zdzisław, Zdzisława, Bolesława, Jarosława, Lechosława, Miłosław, Mścisław, Radosława, Sobiesław, Sobiesława, Wacława, Władysława, Wojsław(Polish) Gustavo, Ladislau(Portuguese) Ladislau, Veaceslav(Romanian) Boleslav, Borislav, Bronislav, Bronislava, Miroslav, Miroslava, Rostislav, Slava, Stanislav, Stanislava, Svyatoslav, Vatslav, Vladislav, Vladislava, Vyacheslav, Yaroslav, Yaroslava, Boleslava, Borislava, Mechislav, Mstislav(Russian) Borislav, Borislava, Branislav, Branislava, Bratislav, Bratislava, Dobroslav, Dragoslav, Dragoslava, Miroslav, Miroslava, Ninoslav, Ninoslava, Radoslav, Radoslava, Slaven, Slavica, Slavka, Slavko, Slavomir, Stanislav, Stanislava, Tomislav, Tomislava, Višeslav, Vladislav, Vojislav, Vojislava(Serbian) Bohuslav, Branislav, Branislava, Bronislav, Bronislava, Drahoslav, Drahoslava, Jaroslav, Jaroslava, Kvetoslav, Kvetoslava, Ladislav, Ladislava, Miloslav, Miroslav, Miroslava, Radoslav, Slavomír, Slavomíra, Stanislav, Stanislava, Václav, Vladislav, Vratislav(Slovak) Borislav, Branislav, Branislava, Dragoslav, Ladislav, Miroslav, Miroslava, Slava, Slavica, Slavka, Slavko, Stanislav, Stanislava, Tomislav, Vladislav(Slovene) Estanislao, Gustavo, Ladislao, Venceslás(Spanish) Gösta, Göstav, Gustaf, Gustav(Swedish) Bohuslav, Bohuslava, Myroslav, Myroslava, Stanislav, Svyatoslav, Vladyslav, Vladyslava, Vyacheslav, Yaroslav, Yaroslava(Ukrainian)
Surname DescendantsBorislavov, Slavkov(Bulgarian) Vančura(Czech) Wetzel(German) László, Vencel, Venczel(Hungarian) Gustafsson, Gustavsson(Swedish)

Sources & References

  1. Derksen, Rick. Etymological Dictionary of the Slavic Inherited Lexicon. Brill, 2008, page 453.
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