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Polish names. Polish male and female names

Aleksandër - Albanian form of Greek Alexandros, meaning "defender of men."
Aleksy - Polish form of Greek Alexios, meaning "defender."
Alojzy - Polish form of Latin Aloisius, meaning "famous warrior."
Amadei - Polish form of Latin Amadeus, meaning "to love God."
Amadej - Polish form of Latin Amadeus, meaning "to love God."
Amadeusz - Polish form of Latin Amadeus, meaning "to love God."
Ambrozij - Polish form of Greek Ambrosios, meaning "immortal."
Anastazy - Polish form of Latin Anastasius, meaning "resurrection."
Andrzej - Polish form of Greek Andreas, meaning "man; warrior." In use by the Romani.
Apolinary - Polish form of Roman Latin Apollinaris, meaning "of Apollo." 
Arkadiusz - Polish form of Greek Arkadios, meaning "of Arcadia."
Aron - Polish form of Hebrew Aharown, meaning "light-bringer."
Augustyn - Polish form of Latin Augustinus, meaning "venerable."
Aureliusz - Polish form of Roman Latin Aurelius, meaning "golden."
Bartosz - Pet form of Polish Bartłomiej, meaning "son of Talmai."
Bazyli - Polish form of Greek Vasilios, meaning "king." 
Benedykt - Polish form of Greek Benediktos, meaning "blessed." 
Bohater - Polish form of Mongolian Baghatur, meaning "hero" or "warrior."
Bolek - Pet form of Polish Bolesław, meaning "large glory."
Bonifacy - Polish form of Latin Bonifatius, meaning "good destiny/fate." 
Borys - Polish form of Russian Boris, probably meaning "fighter, warrior." 
Celestyn - Polish form of Latin Cælestinus, meaning "heavenly."
Cezar - Polish and Romanian form of Latin Cæsar, meaning "severed."
Cibor - Pet form of Polish Czcibor, meaning "battle of honor."
Cyryl - Polish form of Greek Kyrillos, meaning "lord."
Czcibor - Polish name composed of the Slavic elements chest "honor" and bor "battle," hence "battle of honor."
Dariusz - Polish form of Latin Darius, meaning "possesses a lot; wealthy."
Dobrogost - Polish name composed of the Slavic elements dobro "good, kind" and gost "guest," hence "kind guest." 
Dominik - Czech and Polish form of Latin Dominicus, meaning "belongs to the lord."
Donát - Czech and Hungarian form of Latin Donatus, meaning "given (by God)."
Dorofiej - Polish form of Greek Dorotheos, meaning "gift of God."
Dorota - Czech form of Greek Dorothea, meaning "gift of God."
Drugi - Pet form of Polish Andrzej, meaning "man; warrior."
Egidiusz - Polish form of Greek Aegidios, meaning "kid; young goat" or "shield of goatskin."
Eliasz - Polish form of Greek Elias, meaning "the Lord is my God."
Eligiusz - Polish form of Latin Eligius, meaning "to choose."
Emeryk - Polish form of German Emeric, meaning "work-power."
Eustachy - Polish form of Greek Eustakhios, meaning "fruitful."
Felicjan - Polish form of Roman Latin Felicianus, meaning "happy" or "lucky."
Ferdynand - Polish form of Visigothic Frithnanth, meaning "ardent for peace."
Franciszek - Polish form of Latin Franciscus, meaning "French."
Friderich - Polish form of German Frideric, meaning "peaceful ruler."
Fryderyk - Polish form of German Frideric, meaning "peaceful ruler."
Frydrych - Variant spelling of Polish Friderich, meaning "peaceful ruler."
Frydryk - Variant spelling of Polish Fryderyk, meaning "peaceful ruler."
Gabrjel - Polish form of Greek Gabriēl, meaning "man of God" or "warrior of God."
Gabryjel - Polish form of Greek Gabriēl, meaning "man of God" or "warrior of God."
Gabrysz - Variant spelling of Polish Gabryŝ, meaning "man of God" or "warrior of God."
Gerwazy - Polish form of Greek Gervasios, meaning "spear servant."
Grzegorz - Polish form of Greek Gregorios, meaning "watchful; vigilant."
Gustaw - Polish form of Latin Gustavus, meaning "meditation staff."
Hainrich - Polish form of German Haimirich, meaning "home-ruler."
Hajnrich - Polish form of German Haimirich, meaning "home-ruler."
Hendrych - Polish form of Latin Henricus, meaning "home-ruler."
Henio - Diminutive form of Polish Hendrych and Henryk, meaning "home-ruler."
Henryk - Polish form of Latin Henricus, meaning "home-ruler."
Hieronim - Polish form of Greek Hieronymos, meaning "holy name."
Hipolit - Polish form of Greek Hippolytos, meaning "horse-freer."
Idzi - Pet form of Polish Egidiusz, meaning "shield of goatskin."
Ignacy - Polish form of Latin Ignatius, possibly meaning "unknowing."
Ireneusz - Polish form of Greek Eirenaios, meaning "peaceful."
Iwo - Polish form of Latin Ivo, meaning "yew tree."
Izaak - German and Polish form of Greek Isaák, meaning "he will laugh." 
Izydor - Polish form of Greek Isidoros, meaning "gift of Isis."
Jacek - Modern form of Polish Jacenty, meaning "hyacinth flower."
Jacenty - Polish form of Greek Hyakinthos, meaning "hyacinth flower."
Jakub - Czech and Polish form of Greek Iakob, meaning "supplanter."
Janusz - Polish form of Latin Janus ("door, gate" or "archway") or Johannes, ("God is gracious").
Jarek - Pet form of Slavic names beginning with the element jaro, meaning "spring." In use by the Polish.
Jarogniew - Polish name composed of the Slavic elements jaro "spring" and gniew "anger," hence "spring anger."
Jaromír - Czech form of Polish Jaromir, meaning "spring peace."
Jeronim - Polish form of Greek Hieronymos, meaning "holy name."
Jozafat - Polish form of Greek Iosaphat, meaning "God has judged" or "whom God judges."
Julek - Pet form of Polish Juliusz, meaning "descended from Jupiter (Jove)."
Juliusz - Polish form of Roman Latin Julius, meaning "descended from Jupiter (Jove)."
Jurek - Pet form of Polish Jerzy, meaning "earth-worker, farmer."
Justyn - Polish form of Roman Latin Justinus, meaning "fair,just." 
Kacper - Polish form of Spanish Gaspar, meaning "treasure bearer."
Kajetan - Polish form of Roman Latin Caietanus, meaning "from Caieta (Gaeta, Italy)."
Karol - Polish and Slovak form of German Karl, meaning "man."
Kasper -   English form of Spanish Gaspar, meaning "treasure bearer." Early Christians assigned names to the three Magi ("wise men from the east") who visited the baby Jesus. They are mentioned but not named in the bible; Kasper is one of them, the other two are Balthasar and Melchior. Also spelled Casper and Jasper.
Kazimierz - Polish name composed of the Slavic elements kaze "to command, declare, order" and mir "peace, respect," hence "commands peace." 
Klaudiusz - Polish form of Greek Klaudios, meaning "lame."
Klemens -  Danish, German, Polish and Swedish form of Greek Klementos, meaning "gentle and merciful."
Klimek - Pet form of Polish Klemens, meaning "gentle and merciful."
Kondrat - Polish form of German Konrad, meaning "bold counsel."
Konstanty - Polish form of Latin Constans, meaning "steadfast."
Konstantyn - Polish form of Roman Latin Constantine, meaning "steadfast."
Korneli - Polish form of Roman Latin Cornelius, meaning "of a horn."
Korneliusz - Polish form of Greek Kornelios, meaning "of a horn."
Krystian - Polish form of Greek Christianos, meaning "believer" or "follower of Christ."
Krystyn - Polish form of Greek Christianos, meaning "believer" or "follower of Christ."
Krzysztof - Polish form of Greek Christophoros, meaning "Christ-bearer." 
Ksawery - Polish form of Basque Xavier, meaning "a new house."
Kuba - Polish pet form of Czech/Polish Jakub, meaning "supplanter."
Lech - This is the name of the legendary founder of Poland (Lechia). The name is used to denote "a Pole." It is said to have derived from the name of the tribe of Lędzianie, from Slavic lęda, meaning "uncultivated field."
Leszek - Pet form of Polish Lech, meaning "a Pole."
Lew -   Polish form of Yiddish Lev, meaning "lion."
Longin - Polish form of Roman Latin Longinus, meaning "long."
Lubomierz - Polish name composed of the Slavic elements lub "love" and meri "great, famous," hence "love-famous."
Ludwik - Polish form of German Ludwig, meaning "famous warrior."
Maciej - Polish form of Greek Mattathias, meaning "gift of God." 
Makary - Polish form of Greek Makarios, meaning "blessed."
Maksym - Polish form of Greek Maksimos, meaning "the greatest."
Maksymilian - Polish form of Latin Maximilian, meaning "the greatest rival."
Marceli - Polish form of Roman Latin Marcellus, meaning "defense" or "of the sea."
Marcin - Polish form of Roman Latin Martinus, meaning "of/like Mars."
Marek - Czech and Polish form of Greek Markos, meaning "defense" or "of the sea."
Marik - Variant spelling of Czech/Polish Marek, meaning "defense" or "of the sea."
Mariusz - Polish form of Latin Marius, meaning "male, virile."
Martyn - Polish form of Latin Martinus, meaning "of/like Mars."
Mateusz - Polish form of Greek Mattathias, meaning "gift of God."
Maurycy - Polish form of Roman Latin Maurice, meaning "dark-skinned; Moor." 
Metody - Polish form of Greek Methodios, meaning "method."
Mieszko - Pet form of Polish Mieczysław, meaning "who is like God?"
Mikolaj - Polish form of Greek Nikolaos, meaning "victor of the people." 
Narcyz - Polish form of Latin Narcissus, possibly meaning "numbness; sleep."
Nikodem - Polish form of Latin Nicodemus, meaning "victory of the people."
Patryk - Polish form of Greek Patrikios, meaning "patrician, of noble descent."
Piotr - Polish form of Greek Petros, meaning "rock, stone."
Przemek - Pet form of Polish Przemysław, meaning "bright thinker." 
Przemko - Pet form of Polish Przemysław, meaning "bright thinker."
Radzimierz - Polish name composed of the Slavic elements rad "happy" and mir "peace," hence "happy peace."
Rajmund - Polish and Slovene form of Frankish Raginmund, meaning "wise protector."
Román - Spanish form of Latin Romanus, meaning "Roman."
Rostek - Pet form of Polish Rościsław, meaning "usurp-glory."
Ryszard - Polish form of Old High German Ricohard, meaning "powerful ruler."
Sebestyjan - Polish form of Greek Sebastianos, meaning "from Sebaste."
Serafin - Polish form of Greek Serafeim, meaning "burning one" or "serpent."
Sergiusz - Polish form of Greek Sergios, possibly meaning "sergeant."
Seweryn - Polish form of Roman Latin Severinus, meaning "stern."
Ştefan - Romanian form of Greek Stephanos, meaning "crown."
Sylwester - Polish form of Latin Silvester, meaning "from the forest."
Szczeosny - Polish name meaning "lucky." 
Szczepan - Polish form of Greek Stephanos, meaning "crown."
Szymon - Polish form of Greek Simōn, meaning "hearkening."
Tadeusz - Polish form of Greek Thaddaios, meaning "courageous, large-hearted."
Tadzio - Pet form of Polish Tadeusz, meaning "courageous, large-hearted."
Teofil - Polish form of Greek Theophilos, meaning "friend of God."
Tobiasz - Polish form of Greek Tobias, meaning "God is good."
Tomasz - Polish form of Greek Thōmas, meaning "twin."
Tymon - Polish form of Greek Timon, meaning "honor."
Tymoteusz - Polish form of Latin Timotheus, meaning "to honor God."
Tytus - Polish form of Roman Latin Titus, meaning "fire; to burn." 
Ulryk - Polish form of Old High German Ulrich, meaning "prosperity and power."
Urjasz - Polish form of Hebrew Uriah, meaning "flame of Jehovah" or "God is my light."
Walenty - Polish form of Roman Latin Valentinus, meaning "healthy, strong."
Walerian - Polish form of Roman Latin Valerianus, meaning "to be healthy, to be strong." 
Walery - Polish form of Roman Latin Valerius, meaning "to be healthy, to be strong." 
Wit - Polish form of Roman Latin Vitus, meaning "life."
Wojtek - Pet form of Polish Wojciech, meaning "consolation-soldier."
Zachariasz - Polish form of Greek Zacharias, meaning "whom Jehovah remembered."

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