Ateljević Атељевић Serbian
Probably from Hatelji
, the name of a town in Serbia, which is of unknown meaning.
in Croatian, a diminutive of bog
Derived from Broz
, a diminutive of Ambrozije
. This was the birth surname of the Yugoslavian dictator Josip Broz Tito (1892-1980).
Ćosić Ћосић Croatian, Serbian
From Croatian and Serbian ćosav "beardless"
, ultimately from Persian کوسه (koseh)
Means "son of a snake"
from the Bosnian word guja
From Bosnian hadž
meaning "hajj, pilgrimage"
, ultimately derived from Arabic حَجّ (hajj)
. It originally denoted a person who had completed the hajj.
From Bosnian hodža
meaning "master, teacher, imam"
, a word of Persian origin.
Possibly derived from the old Slavic word kazati
meaning "to order, to command"
Knežević Кнежевић Croatian, Serbian
Patronymic of Serbo-Croatian knez
(ultimately of Germanic origin).
From Croatian koš
, originally indicating a person who made or sold baskets.
Mlakar Slovene, Croatian
Referred to someone who lived near a pool, derived from South Slavic mlaka
meaning "pool, puddle"
From Bosnian terzija
, ultimately of Persian origin.