Polish Boy & Girl Names

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Polish Names

Polish names are influenced by three things: church, cultural tradition and governmental law. Although it is common today for Polish parents to name their kids after famous people, or contemporary movie or television characters, most popular names in Poland have been in use since the Middle Ages. Our Polish baby names list contains popularity information, pronunciations and accurate origin and meanings data along with historical tidbits and unique pop culture references for each baby name. If you’re looking to honor your heritage, peruse our collection of common Polish names for boys and girls.

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Name Gender Origin Meaning Rating
Ofim Boy Hebrew God will establish
Oktawia Girl Latin Eighth
Ola Both Norwegian Ancestor
Olek Boy Greek Defending men
Olga Girl German Holy
Olimpia Girl Greek From Mount Olympus
Otylia Girl Germanic Wealth
Pabian Boy Latin A bean
Paula Girl Latin Small; humble
Paulina Girl Latin Small; humble
Paulinka Girl Latin Small; humble
Pawel Boy Latin Small; humble
Pela Girl Greek Of the Sea
Pelagia Girl Greek Of the Sea
Pelunia Girl Greek Of the Sea
Pernella Girl Latin Of the Petronia ...
Petronela Girl Latin Of the Petronia ...
Petronelka Girl Latin Of the Petronia ...
Pilip Boy Greek Lover of horses
Piotr Boy Greek Stone
Polit Boy Greek One who frees ho...
Polonka Girl Greek N/A
Prakseda Girl Greek Active
Pryska Girl Latin Ancient
Przbyslaw Boy Polish Helper of glory
Przemyslawa Girl Polish Mind + Renown
Rachela Girl Hebrew Ewe
Raclaw Boy Slavonic Glad + Glory
Radim Boy Slavonic Joyful + peace
Radimir Boy Slavonic Joyful + peace