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Hungarian baby names look striking and unusual to American eyes. For example, Anastasia becomes Anasztaizia and Joseph become Jozsef. An appealing alternative if you like name spellings with a twist.
Hungarian: Kind; Hungarian form of Agatha
German: Noble, bright; Prince Albert was Queen Victoria''s consort noted for enthusiastic support of the application of science to...
German: Bright, noble; This feminine form of Albert is also related to the name Bertha.
English: A diminutive of Alexandra, a name that means "defender of mankind" and is associated with conquerors and emperors.
Alexandra has remianed a popular name for girls, and it's easy to see why. Chic yet strong sounding, it lends itself to several...
Hungarian: Hungarian form of Alice honest
Hungarian: God bless the King
Hungarian: Stranger; Hungarian form of Barbara
Hungarian: Foreign woman, stranger, exotic; Borbala is a variant of Barbara. The most fertile agricultural lands in Serbia are on the...
Hungarian: Foreign woman, stranger, exotic; variant of Barbara
Domo arigato, Mr. Roboto. Okay, so that song has nothing to do with the name, but still, is that not the first thing that...
Hungarian: Wealthy gift
The feminine form of the Nordic Erik, Erika is not as popular in the U.S. as it's name twin, Erica with a C.
Hungarian: Hungarian form of Frederick peaceful ruler
Swedish: Peaceful ruler