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First Name Directory - Starting with Z




This site is dedicated to maintaining a database of first names from all over the world. We are still working to add all meanings to the names and sort them by gender, ethic and other behavior.

Most names come from the European and Arab area, especially italian, spanish, french and german firstnames.


Zacharias
Zacharias is a male given name, which is also a family name. Name day is the 23rd of September. In Germany and Austria, nearly 2000 families bear this name. In Germany he is most frequently Börde in the Siegen-Wittgenstein district and in the district.
Zacharie
Zacharie is a masculine given name.
Zachary
Zacharias is a male given name, which is also a family name. Name day is the 23rd of September. In Germany and Austria, nearly 2000 families bear this name. In Germany he is most frequently Börde in the Siegen-Wittgenstein district and in the district.
Zafar
Zafar is an Arabic/Muslim name meaning "victory" or "victor". Notable people with the name include: Zafar is an Arabic/Muslim name meaning "victory" or "victor". Notable people with the name include:
Zafarullah
Zafarullah (Arabic: ظفر اللہ ‎‎) is a male Muslim given name, meaning victory of God. it may refer to Zafarullah (Arabic: ظفر اللہ ‎‎) is a male Muslim given name, meaning victory of God. it may refer to
Zafer
Zaharija
Zaharija (Serbian Cyrillic: Захаријa) is a Serbian name, a variant of the Biblical name Zachary, through Greek Zacharias.
Zaharije
Zahed
Zahed (Zahid) (Arabic: زاهد‎‎) is Arabic for ascetic and used as a name in the entire muslim world. Zahed (Zahid) (Arabic: زاهد‎‎) is Arabic for ascetic and used as a name in the entire muslim world.
Zahid
Zahid is a given name for males. People named Zahid include:
Zahir
Zahir or Zaheer may refer to: Zahir or Zaheer may refer to:
Zahir al-Din
Zahir al-Din (Arabic: ظهیرالدّین ‎‎) may refer to: Zahir al-Din (Arabic: ظهیرالدّین ‎‎) may refer to:
Zaid
Zaid or Zayd (زيد) is an Arabic masculine given name, which means "to prosper". The name may refer to:
Zaim
Zaim may be a representation of the male Arabic given name Za'im (Arabic: زعيم ‎‎), meaning leader, chief. Correspondingly al-Za'im (Arabic: الزعيم ‎‎) means "the leader".[1][2] Notable people with the name include: Zaim may be a representation of the male Arabic given name Za'im (Arabic: زعيم ‎‎), meaning leader, chief. Correspondingly al-Za'im (Arabic: الزعيم ‎‎) means "the leader".[1][2] Notable people with the name include:
Zainal
Zainal is a given name. Notable people with the name include: Zainal is a given name. Notable people with the name include:
Zainal Abidin
Zainal Abidin (also spelled Zeynel Abidin or Zeynelabidin) may refer to:
Zakariya
Zakariya (also transliterated as Zakaria or Zekeriya, Arabic: زكريّا‎‎, or Arabic: ذكريّا‎‎ is a masculine given name, the Arabic form of Zechariah which is of Hebrew origin, meaning "God has remembered".
Zaki
Zaki (Arabic زكي ) is an Arabic male name (with female form Zakiya) and surname, meaning "intelligent".[1][2] Notable people with the name include: Zaki (Arabic زكي ) is an Arabic male name (with female form Zakiya) and surname, meaning "intelligent".[1][2] Notable people with the name include:
Zakuro
Zakuro (pomegranate?) ist ein japanischer gemischt.
Zalán
Zalan is a Hungarian masculine first name.
Zalmay
Zalmay or Zalmai is a given name. Notable people with the name include:
Zanobi
Zanobi is a masculine Italian given name.
Zarko
Zawisza
Zawisza or Záviš is a Slavic name and may refer to:
Zayn ad-Din
Zayn ad-Din (Arabic: زين الدين‎‎, also transliterated as Zinedine, Zeyneddin, Zain-ud-Din, Zainuddin, Zainaddin, etc.) is an Arabic name meaning "grace of the religion"[1][2] and may refer to: Zayn ad-Din (Arabic: زين الدين‎‎, also transliterated as Zinedine, Zeyneddin, Zain-ud-Din, Zainuddin, Zainaddin, etc.) is an Arabic name meaning "grace of the religion"[1][2] and may refer to:
Zéphyrin
Zamora, wrote also Zéphirin is a French masculine given name origin Greek, means "West Wind".
Zülfü
Zülfü is a Turkish given name for males. People named Zülfü include:
Zbigniew
Zbigniew (Polish pronunciation: [ˈzbiɡɲɛf]) is a Polish masculine given name, originally Zbygniew [ˈzbɨɡɲɛf]. This Slavic name is derived from the Polish elements Zby- (from zbyć, zbyć się, or pozbyć się, meaning "to dispel", "to get rid of") and gniew, meaning "anger". Its diminutive forms include Zbyszek and Zbyś.
Zbyněk
Zbyněk is a Czech given name for males. The Polish equivalent is Zbigniew.
Zdeněk
Zdeněk is a given name. Notable people with the name include:
Zdenek
Zdeněk (alternative spelling: Zděnek or Zdenek) is a common Czech name (in the Czech Republic at the rank of 11 of the most popular male given name) and is the variant of the name of Sidonius. The form of Zdenko comes from the Alttschechischen and today is no longer applied in the naming. Zdenko but is a name that is very common in Croatia. One finds the female form Zdena or Zdeňka as well as in the Czech Republic and Croatia.
Zdenko
Zdenko is a male first name of Slovakian origin (pronounced "Zden-kaw"). It is a form of the Ancient Roman family name Sidonius, which means "of Sidon."
Zdeslav
Zdravko
Zdzisław
Zdzisław is a Polish name of Slavic origin, which is from the two words "zdeti" (to do, create construction) and is composed of "sława" (glory). The name days by Zdzisław are 29 January and of 28 November.
Zdzislaw
Zdzisław is a Polish name of Slavic origin, which is from the two words "zdeti" (to do, create construction) and is composed of "sława" (glory). The name days by Zdzisław are 29 January and of 28 November.
Ze’ev
Zeeshan
Zeeshan (Zeşan) or Zeshan is a Turkish or Persian masculine given name, derived from words "Zee" (possessor of) and "Shan" (high status) or (splendor), sometimes simply translated as "princely" or "Moon". This word is also used in Persian, Urdu and sometimes in Turkish poetry as an adjective with the meaning princely.
Zef
Zef is an Albanian masculine given name. It is a short form of the Hebrew name Yossef (יוֹסֵף) and a variant of Joseph. The name Zef may refer to:
Zekeriya
Zekeriya is a Turkish given name of Hebrew origin, corresponding to the name Zacharias also Benedict. It means 'Remembrance'.
Zeki
Zeki as Turkish masculine name and may refer to:
Zengin
Zahra (Turkish for "rich, rich") is a Turkish given name of Persian origin, which occurs as a family name.
Zenjiro
Zenjiro is a Japanese name that may refer to:
Zenkichi
Zenkichi (written: 善吉) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Zenobios
Zenobios (Greek: Ζηνόβιος) is a Greek masculine given name. Feminine form: Zenobia. Zenobius in Latin, Zinobi/Zinobiy (Зенобий) in Bulgarian, Zinovi/Zinoviy in Russian (as well as the surname Zinovyev), and Zenob in Armenian, derive from it.
Zenon
Zenon (Zenón, Lithuanian Zenonas; or Zeno, Zéno) is a masculine given name of Greek origin and means "The gift of Zeus". It is used as a last name.
Zenonas
Zenonas is a Lithuanian masculine given name. Individuals with the name Zenonas include:
Zentarō
Zentarō, Zentaro or Zentarou (written: 善太郎) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Zenzō
Zenzō, Zenzo or Zenzou (written: 善三, 善造 or 善蔵) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:


Zephyrin
Zeuxippos
Zeynel
Zeynel is a Turkish name and may refer to:
Zhe
Zhe (Chinese Zhé, in the rising tone), also Tetsu (Japanese hiragana てつ), is an Asian male given name.
Zia
Zia (also spelled Ziya, Ḍiya , Dia or Diya, Arabic: ضياء‎‎) is a name of Arabic origin.
Ziad
Ziad (also transliterated as Ziyad, Zyad, Zeyad, or Zijad Arabic: زياد‎‎) is an Arabic masculine given name. Ziad (also transliterated as Ziyad, Zyad, Zeyad, or Zijad Arabic: زياد‎‎) is an Arabic masculine given name.
Ziauddin
The name Ziauddin is a common transliteration of the male Muslim given name more correctly written Ḍiya ad-Dīn, (Arabic: ضياء الدين‎‎). The name Ziauddin is a common transliteration of the male Muslim given name more correctly written Ḍiya ad-Dīn, (Arabic: ضياء الدين‎‎).
Ziemowit
Ziemowit is a Polish given name of Slavic origin, the resulting from the two words "siem" (family) and "wit" (makes, rule) is composed.
Zigmantas
Zigmantas is a Lithuanian male given name (derived from Sigmund).
Zigmas
Zigmas is a Lithuanian masculine given name.
Zihni
Zihni is a Turkish given name for males. People named Zihni include:
Zinedine
Zinedine (Zain الدين), transliterated also nel, Qamar, Zine Eddine Zīn ad - Dīn, or DIN Zin al - is an Arabic name of زين (zine, "good") and الدين (Eddine, 'Religion'), which means «the beauty of religion».
Ziya
Ziya (IPA: [ˈziːja]) is a Turkish given name for males and females , it is of Arabic origin, in Turkish Ziya means light.
Zlatan
Zlatan (Cyrillic script: Златан) is a male given name of South Slavic origin meaning Golden. The name is common amongst all South Slavic countries in the Balkans, namely Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Macedonia and Serbia. The name is found in particularly high frequencies in Bosnia because it is considered ethnically neutral amongst the three dominant Bosnian ethnicities: Bosniaks, Serbs and Croats. The name is derived from the South Slavic word zlato - from the Old Slavic root zolto (gold).
Zlatko
Zoltán
Zoltán (Hungarian pronunciation: [ˈzoltaːn]) is a Hungarian masculine given name. It originates from the Old Turkish word soltan, sultan, meaning strong authority or rulership, which was borrowed from the Arabic sultan, and derived from an Arabic verb Sultah meaning authority or power. In modern times Zoltan and Sultan are used to mean king. The name days for this name are 8 March and 23 June in Hungary, and 7 April in Slovakia.
Zoran
Zoran (Cyrillic: Зоран; Ukrainian: Зорян) is a common Slavic name, the masculine form of Zora, which means dawn, daybreak. The name is especially common in former Yugoslavia.
Zorlu
Zaman (Turkish: "energetic, determined") is a Turkish male first name and family name.
Zoticus
Zrinko
Zrinko is a Slavic name of Croatian origin and is derived from the name of the place Zrin which is situated in the region of Banovina, Croatia.
Zsigmond
Zsigmond is a Hungarian masculine first name.
Zsolt
Zsolt (Hungarian pronunciation: [ˈʒolt]) is a Hungarian men's given name, originally a variant of Solt.
Zsombor
Alina is a Hungarian masculine first name. He means as much as "The divine one" or "The exalted one".
Zvezdan
Zvi
Zvijezdan
Zvonimir
Zvonimir is a Croatian male given name, used since the Middle Ages.
Zygmunt
Zygmunt is a Polish name. Zygmunt is the Polish form of the male given name Siegmund.





In the data base are, apart from modern and traditional first names also American, Arab, Germans, English, French, Greek, Hebrew, Italian, Latin, Dutch, Northern, Russian, Scandinavian, Slavian, Spanish, and Swedish first names.


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