Croatian Surnames that begin with the letter D

Croatian Surnames that begin with the letter DHere is the list of Croatian surnames or family names that begin with the letter D (pronounced /d/). By clicking letters of the alphabet on the right side of the screen, you can access other surnames. You can access more information about each surname by clicking on a particular surname listed on the right side of the screen or by choosing a surname (family name) from the drop down menu:

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12 Responses

  1. Danny Milenkovic
    Danny Milenkovic / 8-23-2014 / ·

    I have family who have lived in Croatia for a great length of time. The surnames are not in the lists. Why?
    Milenkovic live in Crickvenica
    Kosovic live in Zaostrog, family names Makic and Despot
    My parents names father Milutin Milenkovic and mother Marija Kosovic- Makic can you help with genealogy?

  2. Nikola Davutović
    Nikola Davutović / 1-22-2015 / ·

    Just to ask that Davutović is also added to the surname list.

  3. Randolph Nagy
    Randolph Nagy / 3-30-2015 / ·

    I am looking for my grandmothers family history. She was born in Virovitica in 1892. I have cousin living there and she has some information but I want to know about to know about my Greatgrandfather
    Mato Dobrozanski and any other family members.
    Thank You

  4. John Didovich
    John Didovich / 7-25-2015 / ·

    Please add Didović to your list. My family name is from Korčula but I Know there are Didovići in Solin and Dugi Otok as well as Serbija.

  5. Michelle S
    Michelle S / 7-27-2016 / ·

    DURALIJA – from the town of Tupcina, Zagreb – lived there around 1895, (married name Horvatin/Hrvatin).

  6. Steve demark
    Steve demark / 6-19-2017 / ·

    My father’s born in dolenja vas in Croatia. Surname: Demark

  7. Jasna dumendzic
    Jasna dumendzic / 9-16-2017 / ·

    Can you add Dumendzic to the list?

  8. Tom Dukovcic
    Tom Dukovcic / 9-26-2017 / ·

    The surname Dukovcic is quite common in the Karlovac/Netretic area and should be added to your list (some occurrences in Slovenija also).

  9. Diane T Roach
    Diane T Roach / 10-14-2018 / ·

    Bartol Derezic my great great grandfather. Born early 1800’s, He and his wife Maria had 3 children. Their daughter Maria or Mary born 1862, married my great grandfather Franko Rep. Thank you if you have any information.

  10. Sheena Studenovic Redmond
    Sheena Studenovic Redmond / 10-28-2018 / ·

    Please add Dujak- great grandmother was from Crnava

  11. Stephen Despot
    Stephen Despot / 8-20-2019 / ·

    My family was from Sotin, Croatia, from 1865 until the majority of them migrated out in the early 1900’s. A lot did still stay though. Their names were Szivak and Deszpoth (or Despot as I have seen it spelled in some books). Originally from Bacs-Bodrog, Hungary. My 3rd great grandparents, Istvan (Stephanus) and Anna (Szivak) Deszpoth (Despot), stayed back along with some of her brothers and sisters. There were cousins with last names Odry there as well. I don’t see them here.

  12. Marion H.
    Marion H. / 6-10-2020 / ·

    My father was from Stubica, in Croatia. The family name is Delost. It is not on your list.

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