In Slavic countries most of the given names are originated from the Slavic languages. These names are exotic but a little bit difficult to pronounce.
An important part in Slavic names is that each name of the child has its name day, which is celebrated as a second birthday of the child by his/her family members. During pre-Christian traditions, a "substitutional name" was given to a child below the age of 7–10 years. The reason for using this name is to protect the child from the curiosity of evil powers. This tradition is not used now, and parents are free to bestow any name they like to their child. After the conversion of Slavic nations to Christianity, baptismal names came into use. The traditional names persisted in everyday use while baptismal name is given for religious matters, which is why many Slavs used two names simultaneously. Like in most of the other culture, Slavic baby names also consists of a given name, followed by the patronymic, and then the family name or surname.
Below is the list of around 400 unique and beautiful Slavic baby names.