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|Related names||Jadran (male form),
Jadranka (female form)
Jadranko is a South Slavic male given name commonly found in Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is derived from Jadran, which means "The Adriatic" in South Slavic languages. The feminine form is Jadranka.
- Jadranko Bogičević (born 1983), Bosnian Serb footballer
- Jadranko Crnić (1928–2008), Croatian lawyer, former chairman of the Croatian Constitutional Court
- Jadranko Džihan (born 1964), Bosnian musician
- Jadranko Prlić (born 1951), Bosnian Croat politician
- Jadranko Topić (born 1949), retired Yugoslav footballer
- Jadranka Đokić (born 1981), Croatian actress
- Jadranka Jez (born 1960), Austrian handball player
- Jadranka Jovanović, Serbian opera singer
- Jadranka Joksimović (born 1978), Serbian politician
- Jadranka Kosor (born 1953), the Prime Minister of Croatia
- Jadranka Stojaković (born 1950), Bosnian singer-songwriter
- Jadranka Zajc-Satler (1894–1988), Slovenian microbiologist
- Jadranka Skorin-Kapov (born 1955), Croatian-American writer
- Jadranka Šturm-Kocjan (born 1952), deputee in the first National Assembly of independent Slovenia
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- "Number of men named JADRANKO: 44 (or 0,0 % of all men)". Statistical Office of Slovenia. Retrieved 29 March 2012.
- "Number of women named JADRANKA: 876 (or 0,1 % of all women)". Statistical Office of Slovenia. Retrieved 29 March 2012.