Tijana is a feminine given name of Croatian, Serbian and Bosnian origin, also popular in North Macedonia.
From the Latin "Titius" meaning honourable. Related to the name Tatiana. Saint Tatiana is the patron saint of students.
Popov, or Popova, is a common Russian, Bulgarian, Macedonian and Serbian surname. Derived from a Slavonic word pop. The fourth most common Russian surname, it may refer to:
Tanya is the Slavic hypocoristic of Tatiana. It is commonly used as an independent given name in the English-speaking world. The name's popularity among English-speakers was originally due to the popularity of Alexander Pushkin's verse novel Eugene Onegin, whose heroine is named Tatiana "Tanya" Larina.
Bojan is a Slavic given name, derived from the Slavic noun boj "battle." The ending -an is a suffix frequently found in anthroponyms of Slavic origin. The feminine variant is Bojana. The name is recorded in historical sources among Serbs, Bulgarians, Czechs, Poles, Croats, Slovenians, Macedonians, Ukrainians and Russians. In Slovenia, it is the 18th most popular name for males, as of 2010.
Tanja is a feminine given name. It may refer to:
Nikola is a given name which, like Nicholas, is a version of the Greek Nikolaos (Νικόλαος). It is common as a masculine given name in the South Slavic countries, while in West Slavic countries it is primarily found as a feminine given name. There is a wide variety of male diminutives of the name, examples including: Niko, Nikolica, Nidžo, Nikolče, Nikša, Nikica, Nikulitsa, Nino, Kole, Kolyo, Kolyu.
Tijana Dapčević is a Macedonian-Serbian pop singer.
Tatiana is a female name of Sabine-Roman origin that became widespread in Eastern Europe.
Biljana is a feminine South Slavic name derived from бела, бяла or билка, биле. It is usually found in Serbia, Croatia, North Macedonia and Bulgaria. Notable people with the surname include:
Tamara Todevska, also known mononymously as Tamara, is a Macedonian pop singer.
Ibrahimović is a Bosnian surname derived from the masculine given name Ibrahim, the Arabic name of the prophet and patriarch Abraham. Notable people with the name include:
Dragana is a Slavic given name for females. It is the feminine form of the male name Dragan, which comes from the Slavic element dorogo/drago, which means "precious".
Dapčević is a Slavic surname. It may refer to:
Dragan is a popular Serbo-Croatian masculine given name derived from the common Slavic element drag meaning "dear, beloved". The feminine form is Dragana.
Edin is a predominantly Bosnian masculine given name of Aramaic and Semitic origin. It was brought to the Balkans by the Ottoman Turks and it became a prevalent boys' name. Notable persons with that name include
Maja is a Slavic and German feminine given name.
Anastasija is a transliteration of the Greek name Anastasia in Serbian, Macedonian, and Latvian. Its male counterpart is Anastasije'. It may refer to:
Tijana Malešević is a Serbian volleyball player, who plays for OK Crvena zvezda, and was a member of the Serbia women's national volleyball team that won the gold medal at the 2011 European Championship in Serbia and Italy and 2017 Women's European Volleyball Championship in Azerbaijan and Georgia, and gold medal at the 2018 FIVB Volleyball Women's World Championship held in Japan.
Krsmanović is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Malešević is a Serbian or Croatian surname. It may refer to:
Vlado is a Slavic masculine given name. Notable people with the given name include: