Dalibora

Dalibora meaning and origin

Gender: Girl
Origin: Old Slavic and Slavonic
Usage: Czech
Meaning: Dal, Borit and Faraway Fight
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Used principally in Czech, Dalibora mostly aimed at girls has its origin in Slavonic and Old Slavic, Dalibora means "Dal, Borit or Faraway Fight".

Variants of Dalibora

Daliborka

Names that rhyme with Dalibora

Popularity of Dalibora

Dalibora is an uncommon name around the world. At least, 40 people globally have been given the name as per our findings.

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When it comes to love you are incapable of expressing emotions. You practically sabotage your own career with self-doubt and worry. You have the heart of a warrior. People hate your inconsistency and need for adrenaline every time things get too good to be true. You love your freedom and respect other people's freedom too. Sometimes you are stubborn and it helps you with your career. Learn how to trust people more.

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