Dubrava, Dúbrava, Doubrava, Dubrawa, Dąbrowa, Dabrava or Dubrave is a toponym common in Slavic regions. Terminology is derived from an old Slavic word dub (oak) and it generally means "oak grove", "dub woods". Oak was an important tree in Slavic mythology (and in Illyrian mythology). For example, a medieval Slavic settlement of Dubrava later formed the city of Dubrovnik; the species of oak that grows in that area is Quercus ilex L.
The term can refer to:
- Dubrava, Zagreb, one of the largest neighbourhoods of Zagreb
- Dubrava, Zagreb County, a village and a municipality in the Zagreb County
- Lake Dubrava in northern Croatia
- Dubrava, Dubrovnik-Neretva County, a village on Pelješac
- Dubrava, Split-Dalmatia County, a village near Omiš
- Dubrava Zabočka, a village near Zabok
- Dúbrava, Liptovský Mikuláš District, a village
- Dúbrava, Levoča District, a village
- Dúbrava, Snina District, a village
- Hronská Dúbrava, Ziar nad Hronom District, a village
- the Czech republic
- Dubrawa, a Polish term and toponym
- Dabrava, Blagoevgrad Province, a village
- Dabrava, Dobrich Province, a village
- Dabrava, Lovech Province, a village
- Dabrava, Stara Zagora Province, a village
- Dubrava, Kalinovik, a village
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