Bulgarian form of Alice, meaning of the nobility.
A name created by Bulgarian writer Yordan Yovkov for his drama 'Albena'.
Bulgarian version of Anastasia, meaning to resurrect.
A form of Angela, meaning angel.
Bulgarian version of Biljana, meaning herb.
Derived from the South Slavic word biser pearl.
A noble woman
Feminine form of Blagun, meaning sweet, pleasant of blessed.
Feminine form of Borislav, meaning famous battle.
Bulgarian form of Bojana, meaning battle.
Feminine form of Boyko, meaning battle.
Bulgarian feminine form of Bozidar, meaning divine gift.
Feminine form of Branimir, meaning peaceful world.
Glory or finding glory
Bulgarian form of Deborah, meaning bee.
Feminine form of Andon, meaning priceless.
They are famous people and happy beings
A trusted individual; a Fir tree
it means to work hard.
Bulgarian feminine form of Evangelos, meaning messenger
Bulgarian word for sapling.
The one who does plantation and harvesting.
Feminine form of Grozdan, meaning grapes.
Iakobina is the Bulgarian version of Jaclyn and means God will add.
Bulgarian word for primrose.
A feminine form of Elijah. Means the Lord is my God.
Bulgarian word meaning descendant.
Iosefina is the Bulgarian form of Josephine and means May Jehovah add.
'Iskra is derived from a South Slavic word meaning ''spark''.'
God is gracious
Bulgarian form of Yvette, meaning archer.
Feminine form of Krasimir. It means beautiful peace.
Russian cognate og Lily, folwer lily
To love others
A woman sweet as a raspberry
Bulgarian form of Madeline. It means from Magdala.
Bulgarian form of Michaela, meaning Who is like God.
Sunday in Bulgarian language.
Showy yellow or orange flowers.
Feminine form of Ognyan, meaning fiery.
Name of a habitational place; Petar
Bulgarian form of Rachel, meaning innocence of a lamb.
Rose or joy
Feminine form of Radoslav, meaning eager glory.
One who is like a little dew drop
Dew drops on a rose flower
Rose, rose flower.
Feminine form of Rumen, meaning ruddy or red cheeked.
A rudy cheeked girl
A woman from Rutheria region
Rose in Bulgarian language.
Feminine form of Stoyan. It means to stand or to stay.
A variant of Temenuzhka, meaning violet.
Bulgarian word meaning violet flower.
Bulgarian feminine form of Theodora, meaning gift of God.
Feminine form of Tsvetan, meaning flower or blossom.
Feminine diminutive of Tsvetan, meaning flower or blossom.
Bulgarian form of Barbara, meaning foreign.
Bulgarian feminine form of Basil, meaning king.
Bulgarian form of Victoria, meaning victory.
Bulgarian form of Jordan, meaning to flow down.
Yordanka is Bulgarian form of Jordan and means to flow.
Bulgarian feminine form of Zechariah, meaning the lord has remembered.
A variant of Zaharina, meaning God remembers.
Bulgarian form of Jacqueline, meaning God will increase.
Bulgarian diminutive of Evgeniya, meaning noble.
Feminine form of Zhivko, meaning life or alive.