Slovak Given Names: Maria, Sophia, Emma, Rosalie, Bogdan, Yvette, Lena, Magdalena, Boleslav, Zdenko, Libu e, Miloslav, Radim, Ljuba, Bohumil Books LLC

ISBN: 9781156962992

Published: August 16th 2011

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126 pages


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Slovak Given Names: Maria, Sophia, Emma, Rosalie, Bogdan, Yvette, Lena, Magdalena, Boleslav, Zdenko, Libu e, Miloslav, Radim, Ljuba, Bohumil  by  Books LLC

Slovak Given Names: Maria, Sophia, Emma, Rosalie, Bogdan, Yvette, Lena, Magdalena, Boleslav, Zdenko, Libu e, Miloslav, Radim, Ljuba, Bohumil by Books LLC
August 16th 2011 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, ZIP | 126 pages | ISBN: 9781156962992 | 6.74 Mb

Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 53. Chapters: Slavic names, Maria, Boris, Sophia, D?br wka, Vladimir, Emma, S?awomir, Ludmila, Rose, Ladislav, Boyan, Bogdan, Lubomir, Milena, Magdalena, Amelia, Vladislav, Sviatoslav, Mira, Milorad, Czeslaw, Milosz, Rostislav, Dalibor, Boleslaus, Krasimir, Vojtech, Libu e, Dobroslaw, Vlastimil, Jaromir, Radomir, Dubravka, Marek, Vladan, Minna, Boleslav, Bogomil, Radoslav, Miloslav, Ratko, Branislav, Vera, Bohumil, Zdzis?aw, Miroslav, Ljuba, Radim, Slavena, Mstislav, Zbigniew, Milada, Radovan, Vitomir, Romana, Sava, Milivoj, Juraj, Dobromir, Sobieslaw, V?nceslava, Jarmila, Ludomir, Dobromil, Bratislav, Vesna, Velimir, Nikoleta, Kvetoslav, V clav, Zdenko, Branimir, Stanimir, Stanislava, Ctirad, Branka, Radmila, Godzimir, Prija, Yelena, S?awoj, Sambor, Zawisza, Bo idar, Liana, Vladana, Lib?na, Bo?ena, Dobrogost, Jaroslav, Ctibor, Dobroniega, Sl vek, Gniewomir, Vojislav, Zora, Kalina, Lubo, Mikul, Vlasta, Budimir, Drahom ra, Ratimir, Pribislav, B?la, Jolana, Kv?ta, Rados?aw, Milu e, Mahulena, Ratibor, Milomir, Odolen, Chrudo, P?emysl, B ra, Svantov t, Maro, Izaia .

Excerpt: Given names originating from the Slavic languages are most popular in Slavic countries such as Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Poland, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Ukraine, and others. In pre-Christian traditions, a child younger than 7-10 years old would bear a subtitutional name (e.g.

Niem j not mine, Nielub not loved), whose purpose was to decrease the apparent importance of a child and protect him or her from the curiosity of evil powers. This practice probably derived from the existence of a high fatality rate for young children at that time.

A child who survived 7-10 years was worthy of care and was granted adult status and a new adult name during the ritual of a first haircut. Generally traditional name...



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