Name days in Slovakia

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In Slovakia, each day of the year corresponds to a personal name (the original list was the Roman Catholic calendar of saints). People celebrate their name days (Slovak: meniny) on the date corresponding to their own given names. Slovak culture has accorded similar importance to a person's name day to his or her birthday.[1][2]

The list of the names assigned to the corresponding date is normally published in the calendar. However, there are only one or two names listed in the calendar, even if more names are assigned to a date. The names in bold are listed in the calendar, the others are not. Children in Slovakia usually have names from this list. The most notable exceptions are the names in minority languages (such as Hungarian names) or a foreign name if the parents have a written proof from the corresponding embassy that the name really exists.

May , 1. Cole 2. Vincent 3. Lewis 4. Michael 5. Sydney and Maria 6. Lenka and Julié 7. ? 8 . Kaya and Maruchka 9. ? 10. Viktória and Dévyn

January[edit]

  1. -
  2. Alexandra, Ábel, Makar, Karina, Kara, Kasandra, Sanda, Sandra, Saša, Senda
  3. Daniela, Danila, Danuta, Genovéva, Radmila
  4. Drahoľub, Drahomil, Drahoň, Drahoslav, Drahoš, Duchoslav, León, Títus, Drahoľuba, Drahomila, Duchoslava, Leóna, Leónia
  5. Artúr, Andrea
  6. Melchior, Melichar, Menhard, Antónia
  7. Atila, Lucián, Bohuna, Bohuslava, Boleslava, Božislava, Luciána
  8. Čestmír, Pravomil, Severín, Čestmíra, Pravomila, Severína
  9. Alex, Alexej, Domoľub, Julián, Pravoľub, Vladan, Vladen, Alexia, Pravoľuba, Vladana, Vladena
  10. Agatón, Dalimil, Dalimír, Dalimila, Dalimíra, Daša
  11. Honorát, Tasilo, Honoráta, Malvína
  12. Arkád, Arnošt, Ernest, Arkádia, Arnoštka, Erna, Ernestína
  13. Čistomil, Čistoslav, Rastic, Rastimír, Rastislav, Ratislav, Vidor, Čistomila, Čistoslava, Rastislava, Ratislava
  14. Hilár, Radovan, Uriáš, Uriel, Hilária, Radovana,
  15. Dobroslav, Dobrotín, Domoslav, Loránt, Múdroslav, Domoslava,
  16. Kristína
  17. Antal, Nataša
  18. Priskus, Bohdana, Piroška, Priska
  19. Mário, Márius, Drahomíra, Dúbravka, Sára,
  20. Dalibor, Fabián, Fábius, Sebastián, Šebastián, Fábia, Fabiána, Fabiola, Sebastiána,
  21. Vincent, Vincencia
  22. Zora, Dorián, Sírius, Slavoľub, Slavomil, Zoran, Auróra, Cyntia, Doriána, Sinda, Slavomila, Zorana
  23. Miloš, Miloň, Selma,
  24. Timotej, Ctiboh, Timotea,
  25. Gejza, Saul, Šavol,
  26. Tamara, Polykarp, Slavibor, Slavislav, Slaviboj, Slavoboj, Svätoboj, Svätobor, Xenofón, Žarko, Polykarpa,
  27. Bohuš, Pribislav, Pribiš,
  28. Alfonz, Manfréd, Alfonzia,
  29. Gašpar, Pribina
  30. Ema, Jasna
  31. Emil, Emilián, Emiliána

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February[edit]

  1. Hynek, Trifon, Táňa, Tatiana
  2. Erik, Aida, Erika
  3. Blažej, Celerín, Celerína
  4. Nika, Verena, Verona, Veronika
  5. Moderát, Modest, Agáta, Leda, Moderáta, Modesta
  6. Dorisa, Dorota, Titanila
  7. Romuald, Vanda
  8. Aranka, Zoja
  9. Rainold, Rinaldo, Zdenko, Zdeno, Apolena, Apoliena, Apolónia
  10. Gabriela, Omar, Várun, Scholastika, Školastika
  11. Dezider, Želislav, Dezidera, Želislava
  12. Ron, Ronald, Zoro, Zoroslav, Eulália, Perla, Slavena, Solveiga, Zoroslava
  13. Arpád, Jordán, Jordána
  14. Valentín, Velimír
  15. Faust, Pravoslav, Faustína, Georgia, Georgína, Pravoslava
  16. Pamfil, Ida, Liana, Pamfília
  17. Flavián, Flávius, Silván, Silvín, Flávia, Milomíra, Miloslava, Miluša, Silvána
  18. Jaromír, Simeon, Jaromíra, Konkordia
  19. Konrád, Kurt, Vlasta
  20. Aladár, Lívio, Lívius, Udo, Ulrich, Alma, Lívia, Ulrika, Ulriška
  21. Eleonóra
  22. Etela
  23. Roman, Romana, Romina
  24. Goran,Matej, Jazmína, Mateja, Matias
  25. Frederik, Taras, Federika, Frederika
  26. Viktor, Porfýr
  27. Alexander, Leander, Sandro, Skender, Drahotína, Dražica, Leandra
  28. Elemír, Elo, Lumír, Zlata, Zlatica
  29. Radomír, Radomíra

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Names and holidays in the Slovak calendar". Slovensko.com. Retrieved 2008-07-28. 
  2. ^ "Names and holidays in the Slovak calendar". zoznam.sk. Retrieved 2009-10-24.