200 Slovenian Names And Nicknames: An Easy List

Are you looking for some Slovenian names and nicknames that could help you learn about the Slovenian culture? Are you about to name your newborn and need the help of a Slovenian guide? In this post, we will walk you through the top 200 common names along with their gender for you to choose a perfect name for your cause. So let’s dive in!

Slovenian names are truly beautiful. Like in any language, the Slovenian names also have a proper meaning and context. Some names are still told with a certain connection or association to a folktale, while others have lost their essence. Many traditional names in Slovenia have been derived from different sources and are not all native. One example of that is the name CVETKA. It is believed that cvetka has been possibly derived from St. Theresa. Another example could be pepe since it has an Italian origin.

Common Slovenian Names And Nicknames

You can find both female names/women’s names and male names/ men’s names in this list. Most of these names are in Slovene form but might have some equivalents in central Europe. These names are also used as the middle name in most cases. Let’s now look at this quick fix:

Slovenian Girls Names Slovenian Boys names
Mojca Vid
Polona Živko
Nada Sašo
Tinkara Joze
Anuša Aleksander
Zoja Anton
Alojzija Zdenko
Vincencija Friderik
Mojca Amadej
Maja Jadran
Željka Bor
Toncka Bostjan
Brina Marijan
Marija Leon
Urška Tadej
Katja Sebastijan
Marija Maj
Neža Mladen
Mateja Gašper
Vida Aleš
Ema Alojzij
Marjana Borut
Rosalija Pavel
Nataša Tinek
Zdenka Matuc
Dijana Jožef
Barbara Cvetko
Tajda Nejc
Jasna Budimir
Olga Matic
Nevenka Vilko
Silvija Miklavž
Nives Bojan
Tjaša Lojze
Jerneja Timotej
Alja Rok
Natalija Zlatko
Jaka Andrej
Božena Feliks
Jožica Erik
Sara Izidor
Zarja Oleg
Danijela Marjan
Dominika Andraž
Doroteja Valentin
Katica Ignacij
Elizabeta Peter
Klavdija Primož
Marica Tim
Špela Bogomir
Rozalija Zdravomil
Pepca Avgust
Rebeka Boštjan
Jagoda Branislav
Zlata Metod
Lidija Jazon
Zorka Urban
Antonija Miha
Rozalija Franc
Enota Janez
Irena Viljem
Nuša Marko
Živa Jože
Berta Luka
Klavdija Drago
Inesa Rihard
Mihaela Janez
Zora Jozef
Nina Enej
Dragica Tomaž
Renatta Dušan
Cvetka Damijan
Marta Mateja
Cilka Vili
Saša Borut
Nastja Anej
Jadranka Edvard
Stefka Matevž
Ana Ozbej
Alenka Miha
Melanija Karel
Natasa Nikolaj
Cirilla Ošbalt
Lavra Bozo
Razivia Ivan
Zvezdana Željko
Cvetka Peter
Klementina Domen
Lucija Damjan
Stanka Urh
Maja Tadej
Neja Henrik
Doroteja Tilen
Nika Mihael
Nadja Lovrenc
Bojana Fabijan
Darja Boško
Engeleis Gregorija
Zala Anton
Valentina Mirko
Bojana Jernej
Jelena Lenart
Ljerka Andrej
Ivan Ingvar
Radana Andreja
Zarja Stane
Silva Blaž
Vesna Alfonz
Andreja Žiga
Agata Matej
Veronika Slavko
Ana Erazem
Apolonija Dimitrij
Uršula Miša
  Alojz
  Anze
  Hedwig
  Pribislav
  Marjan
  Zvone
  Jurij
  Anže
  Klemen
  Tilen
  Franc
  Duško
  Marko

Family Names

Each family name in Slovenia is unique and powerful. Let’s now look at some family names in Slovenian below.

Slovenian SurnamesSlovenian SurnamesSlovenian SurnamesSlovenian Surnames
RajhVeselMitrovićLesjak
KočevarJagerPolakDolenc
JeričPapežRojkoFras
RožičŠkofKneževićKos
HozjanMesaričJordanKovačič
SavićPodobnikBajtKoren
HumarŠuligojUdovičKokalj
ŽibertJerajBeleZadravec
PodgoršekŠtrukeljMožinaJereb
KumerSimončičMakovecKavčič
RojcPlutSenicaVidic
GashiBalažicLampretHren
SušnikDolinšekKlopčičTomažič
BajcZorecKlančnikErjavec
AmbrožičFekonjaKokotGregorič
PopovićMurkoŽnidarPavlič
KoželjKosecKušarVidovič
MlinarBračičJovićLeban
JamnikPogačarLeskovšekJelen
GombocSkubicIskraRupnik
HodžićStarcDedićKobal
ČukRudolfDebevecFurlan
ZemljičKendaBeganovićUršič
JavornikTurnšekGornikBabič
VovkKrižmanLeskovecPotočnik
JazbecBenkoEmeršičJanežič
MarkovičUrhKrižajMarolt
BabićKukovecSimićPetek
MavričNagličGaberKlemenčič
IvančičKocjanKocbekJenko
PovšeNagodePečarMihelič
KaučičTomažinLenarčičRozman
TavčarPevecPeterlinMajcen
BlažičKernHauptmanPrimožič
GrudenVeberHudorovacKrajnc
MohoričVerbičPečovnikKocjančič
KramarMariničGrilDolinar
ZaložnikUrbančičDelićVidmar
ZormanŠturmDrnovšekKolarič
ZalarŠušteršičMatjašičŽnidaršič
FilipičVukovićŠtefančičBreznik
MiklavčičArhMartinčičŽagar
KrambergerVončinaOrnikKovač
StojanovićHalilovićRepnikMlakar
HadžićVrhovnikPraznikCerar
PintaričŠuštarCesarKolar
PetrovičRomihHabjaničTurk
TratnikPetrovčičŠketKralj
KrivecHrvatinSedejLazar
BergantPraprotnikŠabićZorko
ŽeleznikZalokarOkornHrovat
KodričJančičGregorčičMaček
StoparVukFinkHribar
KristanPlanincKopačBogataj
MegličKlemencŠubicRibič
GorencVirantTrstenjakKosi
ZakrajšekBučarRistićSever
NikolićLipovšekGantarBlatnik
RutarBrajdičGrosZupanc
LikarHojnikRijavecBezjak
BukovecDizdarevićDobnikLah
MlinaričBrglezFrankJug
KrasniqiMoharKraševecKotnik
HribernikGorišekKuzmaJerman
ŠmidZidarGrahPirc
LebarSimčičAvsecKošir
BevcTomićKržišnikRus
DebeljakPirnatŠegaLogar
RožmanZajecPlaninšekKorošec
PogačnikStankovićTopolovecKolenc
ŠinkovecMuhičPodgornikZupančič
ToplakKosmačRoškarPečnik
TrčekBračkoGrmZajc
MrakMikličModicKovačević
SitarStareKladnikLešnik
DemšarJančarHrastnikPetrič
KalanFerkMastnakMedved
VodopivecJuvanValenčičHočevar
CvetkoRavnikarPožarTomšič
BregarKrašovecLazićPušnik
BegićSmrekarPajkČeh
GorjupRobičBratinaZupan
ŽižekKranjecBabnikPerko
SkokPahorLorberKnez
IlićKotarDežmanOblak
ResnikVogrinDrobničPavlin
KokolPeternelMušičMočnik
HafnerOmaKlančarKastelic
MarkovićPrimcPolanecPetrović
ZverGrašičKrapežBizjak
LeskovarŽnidaričPeterneljNemec
ErženGrošeljGobecKranjc
SimoničLončarPlohlGolob
LavričMaliVogrinecKuhar
VolkCimermanHvalaHorvat
PavlovićHabjanFrelihBožič
GajšekCafutaRebernikČerne
RamšakKogovšekUmekPintar
JarcStrnadRogeljJovanović
GodecSlugaLukić 

Did you know that there are different derivations and reasons behind the Slovenian’s names? Those could be anything from being nicknames to settlements, etc. Some Slovenian names are derived from nicknames like Bolha, Zajc/Zajec, Jež, Volk/Vovk, Kos, Maček, Medved, Zver, Jelen, Golob, and Sraka. The names in Slovenia are also derived from various settlements like Gorenc, Blatnik, Ravnikar, Smrekar, Hrastnik, Novak, Dolenc, Hribar, Potočnik, Dolinšek, Mlakar, Korošec, Furlan.

As we reach the end of this post, we hope you can learn more about the names in Slovenia. If you are interested to also know about the naming conventions in other countries, feel free to check out these posts:

Wrapping Up

Slovenian names and nicknames

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