Miletić (Serbian Cyrillic: Милетић, pronounced [mǐletitɕ]; plural: Miletići, Милетићи) is a Bosnian, Croatian, and Serbian surname, and is one of the common surnames in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia and Serbia. It derives from personal name Mileta (Милета), cognate of the English name Milius. The suffix ić is a diminutive designation, or descendant designation. Thus the last name can be translated as Mileta's son. There are several families in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Montenegro and Serbia who carry this last name. The most numerous and the most prominent of the Miletići are found in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and in Croatia.
People with last name Miletić:
- Svetozar Miletić (1826–1901), an advocate, politician, mayor of Novi Sad, and the political leader of Serbs in Vojvodina.
- Lyubomir Miletich (1863–1937), Bulgarian linguist, ethnographer, dialectologist and historian, brother of Svetozar Miletić
- Oktavijan Miletić (1902–1987), Croatian cinematographer and Film director
- Miroslav Miletić (1925), Croatian composer and viola player
- Slavomir Miletić (1930), Yugoslav sculptor from Bosnia and Herzegovina, now living in the Netherlands
- Predrag Miletić (1952), Serbian film, television, and theatre actor
- Miloje Miletić (1953), Lt. General, Chief-of-staff of the Serbian Armed Forces
- Pat Miletić (1966), Croatian mixed martial artist (MMA), known as The Croatian Sensation
- Boris Miletić (1975), Croatian politician and mayor of Pula.
- Minja Miletić (1980), Serbian journalist and television presenter
- Marinko Miletić (1980), German football player of Croatian origin currently playing for Rot-Weiß Oberhausen.
Places named Miletić:
- "Miletić Genealogy". Geni.com.
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