Frequent question: What are common Czech names?

What are some Czechoslovakian names?

Popular Baby Names , origin Czechoslovakian

Name Meaning Gender
Anezka Czechoslovakian form of Agnes. Female
Anicka Czechoslovakian form of Agnes. Female
Bednar Cooper. Male
Bel White. Female

Do Czech have middle names?

The use of middle names or patronymics isn’t practiced in the Czech Republic. Most forms only have sections for first and last names, so for paperwork purposes, the advice is usually to include the middle name in the first name section, or to exclude it altogether.

What is Mary Czech?

Mary, Marie, Maria, Mariah – Marie. Martha – Marta. Matilda – Matylda. Melanie – Melánie.

What are common Czech surnames?

Most common Czech surnames

  1. Novák – Nováková This surname holds first place with almost 70 thousands occurences (35.5 thousands of female form, 34 thousands of male form). …
  2. Svoboda – Svobodová …
  3. Novotný – Novotná …
  4. Dvořák – Dvořáková …
  5. Černý – Černá …
  6. Procházka – Procházková …
  7. Kučera and Kučerová …
  8. Veselý – Veselá

What are the most unique girl names?

Classically Unique Baby Girl Names

  • Arya.
  • Brielle.
  • Chantria.
  • Dionne.
  • Everleigh.
  • Eloise.
  • Fay.
  • Genevieve.

What is a Polish last name?

The most widespread Polish surnames are Nowak, Kowalski, Wiśniewski and Wójcik.

What is my name in Czech?

Jak se jmenuješ? What is your name? Jak se jmenuješ?

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Do Russians have middle names?

Russian names are made up of three parts: first name, patronymic, and surname. … Russians do not choose their own middle name, it is created by taking their father’s name and adding the ending -ovich/-evich for boys, or -ovna/-evna for girls, the particular ending determined by the last letter of the father’s name.

What does Kova mean in Czech names?

In Czech and other Slavic languages, the suffix “ova” is added to the last names of all females. It’s an ending long-ingrained in the vernacular that quite literally means “belonging to” the male, as in belonging to a woman’s father or husband. (In English, “ova” is plural for “ovum,” a female egg cell.)