what slavic baby names would be usable for the modern era?

really into slavic baby names as of now, having huge second thoughts about my daughters name and she will be here in less than three weeks. anyone have a suggestion of a Slavic name that doesn't sound to 'funny'/

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  • 7 years ago
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    I know exactly how you feel! I went through this with my daughter. I was unsure of the name I'd chosen until she came about a month ago. As soon as she was born I knew that the name I picked (Zaria, which is also a slavic, as well as an african/arabic/etc name) suited her perfectly, as cheesy as it sounds. If you really like the name, maybe it's worth sticking with. But nevertheless, maybe you'll like some of these:

    Zaria

    Alena

    Danika (also spelt Danica/Danicca)

    Saskia

    Dasha

    Ivanna

    Iva

    Daria (also spelt Darya)

    Lara

    Irina

    Tania

    Julianna

    Karolinna

    Tanya

    Katia

    Sonia (also spelt Sonja)

    Kristina

    Lena

    Tatiana

    Lillia

    Mila

    Natalya

    Mirina

    Misha (also spelt Mischa)

    Nadia

    Nadine

    Anica

    Magda

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  • Joiya
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    7 years ago

    Anelie

    Iraina

    Jana

    Larisa

    Marika or Mirna

    Vida

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  • 7 years ago

    Zaria, Dana, Mira, Danika (Danica), Katarina, Mila.

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