Croatian Names

Wikmedia CommonsHere is the resource important for every genealogist that researches Croatian Family History. The following web pages can also be of an interest to those who simply want to know more about the meaning of their Croatian given name or surname.

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  1. esteban jokic
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    need to find the Tokic family in Zadar Croatia

  2. Claudia Rainey
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    I am curious about the origin of the name Stanfel – my husband thinks it may be a corruption of another Croatian name. Anyone know about the origins of it?

  3. Andrew Vuljanic
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    Great Grandfather cam to usa . looking for Vuljanic.

  4. Barbara parish
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    My father’s name was juraj jakin. I would
    Like to know the origin of this name. When he came to America
    They changed the j in jakin to Yakin. Any info would help.

  5. Susan Nolan
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    I am doing research on Joseph Sakatsitz (How his name shows up on several forms in the US from 1901 into the 30s when he shortened to Saks. I did see an early spelling Sakasits as well. I know he came from Burgerland which in 1901 was Hungarian territory at the time. I see some alternative spellings like Szokatsis, Sczaczs too. Anyway, trying to figure out where the family came from. Looks like Josephs parents are Stephan and Anna probably from Ubersdorf Austria. I don’t think our name is German. With a bit of research it must be either Hungarian, maybe Polish, or maybe Croatian?

  6. Jill Skradski Novotny
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    My paternal side has the surname of Skradski. And are from Croatia. Just wondering if it is a Croatian name. I didn’t see it on the surname list. Also, if it’s not a Croatian name, might it be a form of another name? It was spelled with a y also.

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