Czech Baby Names
The name Czech came from the Czechs which is a Slavic tribe dwelling in central Bohemia in the 9th century. The Slavic language is spoken in the Czech Republic. There are many languages recorded in Czech records so it is evident to see many variations in ancestral names. For example Czech baby name Vojtech is called Albrecht in German and Adalbertus in Latin. The major source of the first name or given name in the Czech naming system is influenced by Roman Catholic Saints and these names were borrowed from the foreign land of German, Latin, Hebrew and Greek. The other names are of purely Slavic origin where the suffixes and prefixes are both Slavic. Nowadays immigrants have opted for American names as their first name. Czech baby naming trend is also influenced by American baby names. Babynology has tried to bring together more than thousands of Czech baby names data with their origin and meaning. Parents can choose their baby names according to their preferred letter.