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Charles really surprised there’s no jovan for an especially because it’s like the Michael in the Balkan world
where is Marko and Milos
you forgot one name Božidar!
my name is vojislav xd
Ma super ti ide druze :D
Hard name to pronounce, buraz :)
Uros is one of the oldest names in the history and originates from Persia and means Lord of Fire
I like how you wrote Urosh but you wrote Milos XDDD
you forgot Vlada
My name is there nice but I think Lazar is also a great name
Nikola is also male :D
Look at my name it ends with "a" but it can only be a boy name. Usually when i play games strangers say "oh look theres a girl in our team" because they pronounce it wrong, and im like whatever man...
the -Ljub ending is much more common than the -Oje and -In endings charles. In fact -os -oje -in and -an are medieval nicknames for the original pure Serbian names. -ko are more recent nicknamesPure Serbian names only have 4 endings : -Mir, -Slav, -Ljub, -Voje, Mir means peaceful, Slav means glorius, Ljub means lover, Voje, means warriorThese are all interchangeable, thus Mirivoje, Vojimir, Miroslav, Slavomir, Miroljub, LjubomirBranko is a nickname of Branislav, Branimir or Branivoje etc, Boban is just a nickname for Slobodan, which itself is an older nickname of archaic Slobomir-osh - an -in are just slavic adjective suffixes, so if someone is Milomir, his natural nick name in olden times with be Milos Milojko Miloje or Milan, and today would be shortened even more to Misho, Mishko, Miki or Milo.
drag is dear
Most of the names are old ones... You forgot modern names, such as Nikola, Luka, Aleksa and old ones that are still popular, like Marko, Dušan, Danilo, Stefan, Bogdan, Lazar...
and wheres strahinja?
you forgot aleks name
Charles,this video is really good.But you forgot one name :).I think this name had the biggest history,that name is Dušan.Because: During the reign of Emperor Dušan, Serbia had the largest territory. In the Cyrilic it is: Душан
Djuradj (male), Djurdja (female)And we also have a lot of western names, but we are writhing them in phonetic way, like: Dajana (my name, female, Diana or Dayana)
Charles you forgot Stefan it's te name with bih history
+Stefan Kešišjan Hahahaa procitaj komentar sto si napisao.U prevodu: Ne,dusan je drugi car dusan je Car Stefan Dusan
+Dusan Sedlan Nope dusan is second car dusan je bio Car Stefan Dusan
But Dusan is more powerful and it have bigger history,you know...
hey my name is nemanja popovicbtw charles u are one of the only guys that want to stay in serbia when they come from america,canada or any bigger countryes
+Nemanja Popovic Hi Nemanja... Hope you are doing great. :) I do enjoy your country
How you will say Djordje? :D
Lots of close Family friends names were better tho. Like neša, siniša, nebuša. Fun names!
My dads name is Slobodan (his nickname was boba or boban tho). Uncle is zoran (nickname kiza). Great grandpas name was Milan. My other uncle is named nikola and my grandfather is saša. Pretty boring names lmao
Really great youtuber :DPS u forgot names like : Vukasin, Aleksa, Filip, Miljan, Luka :D
Slobodan je srpski heroj
Lot of Serbian names have symbolism. Most of names are given by mothers to newborns.-drag mean dear. For example Predrag is made from prefix pre- for superlative. So Predrag means that he is very dear to you. Mio like in Miodrag means lovable or cute, so Miodrag means that he is cute and dear.Ljubiša start with ljub- , which means to kiss or love.Siniša starts with sin- , which means son, name means 'my little son'.Vladimir starts with vlad-, which means 'to rule' , and ends with -mir which means in Serbian piece , but in Russian means both 'piece' and 'world'.Even Serbian last names have symbolism. Ending -ić is deminutive (something small). Miš is a mouse, and mišić is little mouse. Voz is a train, vozić is little train.Other part is -ov and -ev, like 's in English. That means that it belong to somebody. For example 'Jovanov sin' means 'son of Jovan' , or 'Milošev brat' means 'brother of Miloš'. You can skip this -ov/-ev part in some last names.So if you combine Jovan-ov-ić you get Jovanović, which means 'little one of Jovan' and he probably had ansestor long time ago named Jovan. Long time ago Serbians did not had last names at all, so if somebody wanted to introduce to you, they would say 'Marko, son of Miloš', or in Serbian 'Marko Milošević' . And people got stuck with their great grand father's name's. Some Serbians have, but it more common with Bulgarians and Macedonians, even Russian they use only this -ov/-ev , or sometimes -ski (in case of male) or -ska (in case of female). -ski means like -ian in English. Srp-ski jezik - Serb-ian language.So you have: Blagoev (from Blagoje)Antonov (from Anton)Jovan Markovski (if it is a male), but Nataša Markovska (female).
milos and stefan are big serbian names
tacno tako e da i Marko je zaboravio
It's funny how many people in Serbia don't know the origin of their names. Everyone thinks that their name is Serbian, but there is a lot of Greek and Jewish names in use today. You did a nice job showing only most common Serbian-only names today.
Ladno zaboravi Marko i Nikola...
silvermarijana Ни једна од та два имена нису српска
krstica is a boy
samo si deo posla odradio ima toga jos sa imenima:)
hey you frogot Djordje or in english george
What about Mihajl?
It s not Serbian name
Most of these names are Jewish
Try saying ljeposava (my aunts name)
Great job, Charles!
My father is Dragan, Drago for short. Brothers are Vladimir, or Vlado and Tomislav or Tomo. My cat's name is Slobodan it means something like 'independent'. You should do Female names. You're great Charles.
dam you my name did not pup up... u owe me a beer... Nikola :)
Very good video. Almost all of those names are Slavic and have some meaning.The common names are also of judeo-christian pool like Nikola (Nicholas), Marko (Mark), Luka, Jovan or Ivan (John; nick for Ivan in Serbian is Vanja), Lazar, Danilo (Daniel), Petar (Peter), Pavle (Paul) or Greek as Aleksandar (abbreviation is Saša, Sale or Aca), Mihailo (Greek Mihalis, English Michael).
@Bayubadu thanks for your genius :)
I think that my name is more used than some of those... :D
Where NIKOLA ? :/
Saša is just an abbreviate form of Aleksandar or Aleksandra ,that is why it can be used for both sexes,same is for Vanja,it is actually a denominative of Ivan or Ivana.
currently, 1 $USD gets about 111 Dinars, so could you tell us what's the minimum budget to move to Belgrade? Novi Sad ? Nis ? thanks in advance !
you skipped Nikola. it is super popular, since st. Nikola is the most common slava, and it ends with a, and doesn't have a silly ending, so it might be confusing.
@Stevan Curcic yes.. :( i will make note of that in my next video.. thanks for pointing it out
u forgot DUŠan :)
So how'd you pronounce my name Charley? Djordje? :)
for An, Slav, and Mir, you could've used Vlad and add a suffix, as a good example. I guess Zeljko and Nebojsa are the toughest to pronounce.
Velcro is ČIČAK in Serbian, almost like Čačak... XD
You forgot my name Lazar, although you sometimes call me laser which means-light amplification by stimulated emission of radiation :D
Aleksandar Spasic Erm what about the Serbian king Lazar Brankovic?
+MadProductionsink Lazar nije srpsko ime. On je slucajno ili namerno naveo iskljucivo imena srpskog ili slovenskog porekla.
When you wrote Milos you didn't use š. :D Miloš is the correct one. :D
Ok and IVICA is boy and it ends with ICA ;-)
@VirusZNM Nije bas slucajnost, malo je muskih imena koja se zavrsavaju na a, a vecina zenskih se zavrsava...
Correct. :)Those are not rules, Charles. It's just a coincidence, I believe. Maybe I'm wrong, but who cares.. :)
What drives you? I find it amazing you want to be there..
@Charles Cather Hi how's it going? So have you ever been to England before? If so, what do you think of it?
@Dusan Rakic i said Dusan.. :)
here's an odd one for you: "Časlav" very similar to your name Charles.. maybe we can call you Časlav ;)
Not many Strahinja's out there :D
Ah my glorious name is there. I bet you thought of me when you were writing it.
@Председник СРЈ Слободан Милошевић командант ВЈ AHAHAHAH, kako god, sada si SLOBODAN AHAHHAHAHAH :D :P :D
@Председник СРЈ Слободан Милошевић командант ВЈ Look at the bright side Mr president, you are in better place now. Worst thing would be to be stuck in this Limbo with us.
@Charles Cather I would give you a medal now, but you know... my People sent me to the Hag to be poisoned like a dog. I always say to my self, well Slobodan, you were not the only one, they sent 7 other presidents as well. lol
@Председник СРЈ Слободан Милошевић командант ВЈ uvek, gospodine.. :)
What about Boromir, from Lord of the Rings? :D
@Jovan TomicAnd Aragorn could be Serbian too, because we had king Argon.
Yes, there are names that have been forgotten in Serbian language because they have been used really long ago, while we were just Slavic Tribe and pagan :) Like Boromir, Borislav (this one is not totally forgotten), Nebodar, Iskra, Hrabar... It's material for whole new clip :) because there is a lot, here is interesting link with all those old names :) www.telegraf.rs/zanimljivosti/369010-nazovite-dete-drugacije-pogledajte-fenomenalni-indeks-drevnih-srpskih-imena
How about the female name Ljiljana?
@John Smithy that one is really hard too
Hi Sweetheart :) lol
@tresiglavic samo Predrag Danilovic koji nije Aleksandar, ima nadimak Sasa.
@tresiglavic To mozda tamo gde ti zivis :D Kod nas je Aca, Coa, i nekad, ali retko Sasa...Dok mene zovu Mrka... :D
@Charles CatherEach Aleksandar in Serbia is nickname Saša :)
@Sasa Janjusic hahahhahha.> :D :D
You forgot 2 MOST COMON names in Serbia: Nikola and Aleksandar :)
@dzonitheboy Aleksandar is the same in English with a slight different spelling.. i didn't feel the need to mention it...Nikola was needed.. :( thank you
You forgot the latest Serbian name - Чарлс :)
My name is Mihajlo, but a lot of people from other countries mispronounce my name as Mihailo.
Ne brate nego zadnja tri slova su to J Lo kao Jennifer Lopez pa zato
That's maybe where you come from.
No dude people would call you Miha-J-Lo hahahha
Ahah, but my name is Momčilo, try to say that name ☺
Don't take this as an offence but i think you might have skipped your ADHD pill the day you filmed this. Easy on the papers you fold buddy ;)
NIKOLA! NIKOLA! NIKOLA!
ahah :D Professor Cather.
Another cool vid from cool Charles :)
I used to tease my maths and home language teacher, and call him Ljubica.
Wow, you did a great job on these names, pure Serbian names but also there are some popular that are of foreign origins like Aleksandar, Lazar or Danilo. Once again, good job on the video!
Nice video, my dads name was Radimir, but when he moved to sweden in the 1960s. Sweden for some reason changed it to Radivoje. Imagine that just changed his name and birthrate. And you used the names of half of my relatives, like my uncles name Veljko.
O man i was waiting for you to say my name but you didn't :( btw it's Ognjen :p
loloollo " veljko " reminds you of that ? i never thought of that now i will always make fun of ppl with that name x D
Do not come here, this is a shithole of Europe
Hey Charles :) ! I have been watching your channel for some time now and I must say thank you for everything you are doing for our country (I mean, showing the world that we are not all bad people and that we have many nice things here). Just one thing about the guy names. You forgot one of the most common ones - Nikola :) As you can see from my profile name, it's my name as well :D. NB at the end are initials of my hometown. Female versions of this name are Nikoleta and Nikolina but they are not as common as Nikola is for guys.Anyway, thanks again man. For everything! You are awesome! Keep up the good work :)
What about Nikola? Its common and ends with an A
My name ends with an a.It's Nikola.
+TheDoctor Best name ever. I should know, I am also Nikola.Nikola is a Greek variation of a name that means "Freedom to the People"
But, that is not originaly Serbian name, as few he mantioned. Like Sasa or Vanja. Goes in same group as Ivan, wery common name but not mantione.
And you didnt mention my name you cactus Charles.
@TheDoctor damn.. i meant to mention that one too... :(
Can u say Srdjan or Nemanja right ? 😊
@Charles Cather Hehe :D U rock dude ! :)
@Vojo samo napred i should have mentioned Srdjan... :( damn... yes, i can say them ok
You are a great guy
Charles Cather my namr is Milan.
He sure is!
@Slavica Djukic (taking a bow) :* hvala ti!