Bulgarian version of Alexander, meaning defender of mankind.
Bulgarian form of Anastasius, meaning to resurrect.
A born warrior who is manly and brave
Name of a Bulgarian king.
A person who is immortal
Blessed soul, one who is blessed by the almighty.
One who is sweet, pleasant, blessed.
Derived from Slavic word blag, meaning sweet, pleasant, blessed.
Variant transcription of Bozhidar, meaning divine gift.
A variant of Borislav, meaning famous battle.
He is a good fighter
a warrior or fighter
To be afraid of or battle.
Bulgarian form of Bozidar, meaning divine gift.
A divine gift. It is a derivation of the Greek name 'Theodore'
Derived from a Persian word meaning leader, dignitary.
Bulgarian form of Damian, one who tames.
Gift sent from heaven on Earth
Finding glory or searching for glory.
Variation of Demeter meaning, earth.
Bulgarian form of Andon, meaning priceless.
Bulgarian form of Gabriel. It means God is my strength.
Bulgarian accent of George (farmer)
A strong man who will shine, admired and and example for others. A shiny star.
Bulgarian form of Charalampos. It means to shine with happiness.
Bulgarian variant of Christopher, meaning carrier of Christ.
Bulgarian form of Hilarion, meaning happy.
Variant transcription of Ivaylo, meaning wolf.
'From Greek name kalos Ioannes meaning ''handsome John.'
Kamen means Stone
Bulgarian variant of Christian, meaning follower of Christ.
Bulgarian diminutive of Konstantin, meaning constant
Bulgarian variant of Constantine, meaning constant.
Krasimir means The Beautiful Peace
Variant transcription of Krastyo. It means cross.
Bulgarian form of Lubomir, meaning loving and world.
Short form of Dimitar, meaning earth.
Derived from Bulgarian word momche, meaning boy.
Bulgarian form of Nathanael, meaning God has given.
Something found. Name of a Saint
Sunday in Bulgarian language.
Bulgarian form of Neophytos, meaning newly planted.
Blugarian form of Nicephorus, meaning bringer of victory.
Variant transcription of Ognyan, meaning fiery.
Derived from Bulgarian word ognen, meaning fiery.
Bulgarian diminutive of Peter, meaning rock.
Sold or pledged to a monastery
Joyful and peace.
Glorious work or eager glory
Bulgarian variant of Radko. It means happy or willing.
Bulgarian variant of Radko, meaning happy or willing.
A Boy whose cheeks are rudy, red
Bulgarian diminutive of Alexander, meaning defender of mankind.
Derived from Bulgarian word spasen, meaning saved.
Diminutive of Stanislav, meaning to stand with glory.
Stay or remain, or one who stands firmly.
He who stands firmly
Diminutive of Atanas. It means one who is immortal.
A gift of God
Derived from the Slavic elements tih, which means quiet and mir, which peace.
A person who honours the God
A beautiful an pleasant gift from God
Refers to color or floret.
Derived from Bulgarian valk, meaning wolf.
Bulgarian form of Basil, meaning king.
Kingly or princely.
Great or greatness.
Cheerful and happy soul.
Glorious rule or a glorious ruler.
Bulgarian form of Ioanne, meaning Jehovah has been gracious.
Ash tree in Bulgarian language.
Bulgarian form of Javor, meaning maple tree.
Bulgarian form of Yousuf, meaning Allah increases in piety, power and influence.
Derived from Slavic zdrav meaning healthy.
Derived from Bulgarian zhelyazo, meaning iron.