Slava is the Serbian custom of celebrating a family patron saint.
Slava may also refer to:
Shortened given name
Slava is a common short nickname for masculine Slavic names ended with "-slav", e.g. Vyacheslav, Stanislav, Yaroslav, Sviatoslav, Rostislav, Mstislav or feminine Slavic names ended with "-slava", e.g. Miroslava, Yaroslava.
Notable people best known under this short name are:
- Slava (singer), stage name of Russian singer Anastasia Slanevskaya
- Slava Polunin, Russian performance artist Vyacheslav Polunin
- Slava Gerovitch, American historian of science of Russian origin Vyacheslav Gerovitch
- Slava Mogutin, New York-based Russian artist and author Yaroslav Mogutin
- Slava Stetsko, Ukrainian politician and a World War II veteran Yaroslava Stetsko
- Slava Turyshev, Russian physicist Vyacheslav Turyshev working in the US at the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
- Slava Zaitsev, Russian fashion designer, painter, graphic artist, and theatrical costume designer Vyacheslav Zaitsev
Full given name
- Slava Amiragov, Russian rower
- Slava Grigoryan, Australian classical guitarist and recording artist of Armenian heritage
- Slava Ivančević, Serbian centenarian
- Slava Metreveli, Georgian football player and later a football manager
- Slava Raškaj, Croatian painter
Soviet and Russian ships
- A Soviet World War II-era cruiser, formerly the Molotov
- Slava class cruiser, a modern Russian warship
- Russian battleship Slava, a Russian World War I warship
- Slava, Soviet-manufactured Bulgarian Romeo-class submarine
Culture and sports
- Slava! A Political Overture, a piece of music written by Leonard Bernstein
- Slava Music, an independent record label and later sub-label of Blonde Vinyl
- Slava, the Bulgarian-language title of film Glory (2016 film)
- Slava Moscow, Moscow-based Russian rugby union club
- Slava watches, a Russian brand produced by the Second Moscow Watch Factory
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