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Name days in Bulgaria are celebrated in addition to birthdays in Bulgaria. Truth be known, most Bulgarians value their ‘Name Day' more than their birthday. According to the tradition, guests are supposed to come uninvited and the person who has the celebrated name is supposed to be prepared to treat everyone.

  • April

* 6 : Strahil
* 14 : Martin
* 17 ????? 2011 Palm Sunday (Cvetnica) * 18 : Viktor, Viktoria
* 21 : Zhelyo
* 24 : Easter (Velikden) * 25 : Mark, Marko
* 28 : Vitaliy, Vitan

    • January *

    1 : Vassil (on Vassilyovden)
    * 4 : Tihomir
    * 6 : Yordan, Boyan, Bogdan (on Bogoyavlenie)
    * 7 : Ivan, Yoan, Yoana (on Ivanovden)
    * 11 : Bogdan, Bogdana, Bogomil, Teodosii
    * 12: Tania, Tatiana (on SvetaTatiana)
    * 14 : Adam, Kalcho, Nina
    * 17 : Anton, Andon, Antonia, Donka, Doncho, Toni, Toncho (on Antonovden)
    * 18 : Atanas, Atanaska, Nasko, Naska, Nacho, Tanyo, Tinka (on Atanasovden)
    * 20 : Evtim
    * 21 : Valeri, Valeria, Maksim
    * 23 : Hristofor
    * 24 : Ksenia
    * 25 : Grigor, Grigorena
    * 26 : Zhivka, Zhivko, Zoya

    • February


    * 1 : Lozan, Trifon (on Trifon Zarezan)
    * 3 : Mona, Moncho, Simeon
    * 4 : Zheko, Zhelyazko, Zhechka, Zhechko, Zhecho
    * 5 : Dobrin, Dobrinka
    * 6 : Doroteya, Ognyan, Ognyana, Plamen, Plamena, Svetla, Svetlana, Svetozar, Svetlozar, Fotiy, Fotina
    * 9 : Hristina
    * 10 : Valentin, Valentina, Valya, Lambi, Haralambi
    * 13 : Evlogi

    • March

    * 1 : Marta, Martina, Evdokia (on Baba Marta)
    * 4 : Gera, Gerasim, Gercho
    * 6 : Krasimir, Krasimira
    * 10 : Galin, Galina, Galya, Genoveva
    * 13 : Nikifor
    * 15 : Bozhan, Bozhidar, Bozhidara, Bozhil, Bozhko, Emanuil, Manol, Mancho, Teodor, Teodora, Totyo
    * 17 : Alexi
    * 20 : Svetla, Svetozar
    * 23 : Lidia
    * 24 : Zahari, Zaharina, Hari
    * 25 : Blagovest, Blagovesta, Blagoy, Blaga, Bonka, Boncho, Marian, Mariana, Mariyan, Mariyana
    * 28 : Albena, Boyko, Boyka, Boyan, Boyana

    • April

    * 6 : Strahil
    * 14 : Martin
    * 18 : Viktor, Viktoria
    * 21 : Zhelyo
    * 25 : Mark, Marko
    * 28 : Vitaliy, Vitan

    • May

    * 1 : Maya
    * 2 : Boris, Borislav, Borislava, Boryana (on Saint tzar Boris)
    * 4 : Toma
    * 5 : Irina, Irena
    * 6 : Galin, Galina, Galya, Ganka, Gancho, Genko, Genoveva, Georgi, Gergana, Gergin, Gergina, Ginka, Gyuro, Zhorzh (on Gergyovden)
    * 9 : Hristofor
    * 11 : Kiril, Kiro, Kirilka, Metodi, Metodiy, Metodiya (13 days before St. Cyril and St. Methodius' day)
    * 17 : Aleksi
    * 21 : Dinko, Elena, Eli, Elin, Elka, Ilona, Koycho, Konstantin, Kosta, Kostadin, Kostadinka, Kostadinko, Kuncho, Lenko, Stamen, Stanimir, Stanimira, Stanka, Stoil, Stoyan, Stoyanka, Trayko
    * 24 : Kiril, Kiro, Kirilka, Metodi, Metodiy, Metodiya

    • June

    * 4 : Marta
    * 10 : Antonina
    * 15 : Avgustin, Vitan, Vitomir
    * 20 : Biser, Bisera
    * 21 : Yavor, Yasen
    * 24 : Encho, Enyo, Yanka, Yanko, Yancho, Yanaki, Yani, Yanislav (on Enyovden)
    * 28 : David
    * 29 : Apostol, Kamen, Pavel, Pavlin, Pavlina, Peyo, Penka, Pencho, Petrana, Petar, Petya, Petso (on Petrovden)

    • July

    * 1 : Dame, Damyan
    * 2 : Rumen, Rumyana, Chavdar
    * 3 : Anatoliy
    * 6 : Avakum, Valentin, Valentina, Valya
    * 7 : Delcho, Delyo, Nedelcho, Nedelya, Nedyalko, Nedko, Neshka, Yanka, Yanko
    * 11 : Olga, Oleg
    * 15 : Vladimir, Gospodin, Gospodinka
    * 16 : Yulia, Yulian, Yuliana
    * 17 : Marin, Marina, Marinela
    * 18 : Emil, Emilia, Emiliana, Emilian
    * 20 : Iliya, Iliyan, Iliyana, Ilka, Ilko, Lilo (on Ilinden)
    * 22 : Lena, Magda, Magdalena, Manda, Meglena, Miglena
    * 25 : Ana, Anitsa, Anna, Yana
    * 26 : Paraskeva
    * 27 : Kliment, Panteley, Panko, Panto
    * 29 : Goran, Kalin

    • August

    * 2 : Nikodim
    * 8 : Emilia, Emiliana, Emilian, Trendafil
    * 14 : Martin
    * 15 : Mara, Marian, Mariana, Maria, Mariyan, Mariyana, Masha, Mika, Mira, Preslav, Preslava (on Golyama Bogoroditza)
    * 20 : Samuil
    * 23 : Valko
    * 26 : Adriana, Adriana, Natalia
    * 29 : Anastas
    * 30 : Aleko, Alexandra, Alexander, Sasho (on Alexandrov Den)
    * 31 : Genadi

    • September

    * 1 : Simeon, Mona, Moncho (on Simeonovden)
    * 5 : Elza, Elisaveta, Izabela, Zahari, Hari, Svetozar, Svetlozara
    * 8 : Ognyan, Ognyana
    * 14 : Krastan, Krastina, Krastyo, Kancho, Stavri (on Krastyovden)
    * 16 : Lyudmil, Lyudmila
    * 17 : Verin, Veradin, Vyara, Dragan, Drago, Dragoy, Dragomir, Lyuba, Lyuben, Lyubov, Lyubomir, Nadezhda, Nadya, Sevda, Sofia (on Sveta Sofia)
    * 20 : Oleg, Olga

    • October

    * 3 : Ruska
    * 4 : Vladimir
    * 11 : Filip
    * 14 : Paraskeva, Penka, Pencho, Petka, Petko (on Petkovden)
    * 18 : Zlatan, Zlatka, Zlatko, Zlatomir, Luka, Lukan
    * 26 : Dimitrina, Dimitar, Dima, Dimo, Dragan, Mitro, Mitra (on Dimitrovden)
    * 27 : Nestor
    * 28 : Lachezar

    • November

    * 7 : Evgeni
    * 8 : Angel, Angelina, Arhangel, Gavril, Emil, Emilia, Emiliana, Emilian, Lina, Mila, Milen, Milyo, Mihaela, Mihail, Plamen, Plamena, Rada, Radka, Radivoy, Radko, Radoslav, Radoslava, Radostin, Radostina, Rayko, Rayna, Raycho, Rangel, Rafail, Raya, Rusi, Ruska, Serafim, Ruslan (on Arhangelovden)
    * 10 : Milan
    * 11 : Viktor, Viktoria, Minka, Mincho
    * 14 : Filip, Filyo
    * 16 : Matey
    * 23 : Alexandra, Alexander, Tsanka, Tsanko
    * 24 : Ekaterina, Katya, Tinka (only female form, on Sveta Ekaterina)
    * 26 : Stiliyan, Shteryan
    * 30 : Adrian, Adriana, Andriana, Andrea, Andrej (on Andreevden)

    • December

    * 4 : Varvara
    * 5 : Sava, Savka, Svetoslav, Svetoslava, Slavi Slavcho, Sabi
    * 6 : Nicola, Nickolay, Nikolina, Nina, Kolyo, Nenka, Niko (on Nikulden)
    * 9 : Anna, Ana, Yanitsa, Anelia, Ana, Ani (only female form, on Sveta Anna)
    * 12 : Spiridon, Spiro
    * 14 : Snezhana
    * 15 : Svoboda
    * 17 : Danail, Daniel, Daniela, Danko (on Sv. Danail)
    * 20 : Ignat, Ognyan, Plamen (on Ignazhden)
    * 23 : Naum
    * 24 : Bistra, Blagorodna, Evgeni, Evgenia, Zheni, Zhechka, Parvan, Parvana
    * 25 : Emil, Itso, Icho, Mladen, Radomir, Radoslav, Radoslava, Radostin, Radostina, Hristina, Hristo, Hristofor (on Christmas)
    * 26 : David, Datso, Dacho, Zhozef, Yosif
    * 27 : Ventsi, Ventsislav, Ventsislava, Zapryan, Sonya, Stamen, Stana, Stanimir, Stanimira, Stanka, Stanko, Stancho, Stefan, Stefana, Stefania, Stefka, Stoil, Stoimen, Stoichko, Stoiko, Stoyan, Stoyan, Stoyanka, Tanya, Tsanka, Tsanko, Tsona, Tsonka, Tsonko, Tsonyo (on Sv. Stefan)

    • Easter related days

    * First Saturday of the Great Lent: Todor, Teodora, Dora, Bozhidar
    * Lazarus Saturday: Lazar, Lazarina
    * Palm Sunday (April 24th 2011 ): all flower-related names, such as Tzviatko, Margarita, Lilia, Violeta, Yavor, Zdravko, Zjumbjul, Nevena, Temenuzhka, Ralitza, Rosa, etc.

    in Bulgarian
    * Ангел(ина)
    * Божура
    * Виолета, Върба, Върбан, Върбинка
    * Гергин(а), Гроздан(к)а
    * Далия, Дафина, Делия, Делян(а), Дилян(а), Детелин(а)
    * Елица-Идва от Ела
    * Жасмина
    * Здравка, Здравко, Зюмбюл(ка)
    * Ива (име)
    * Иглика
    * Калин(а), Камелия, Карамфил(к)а, Китка
    * Латинка, Лили, Лила, Лилия, Лиляна, Лора, Люлина
    * Маргарита, Магнолия, Малина
    * Нева, Невен(а),Незабравка
    * Петуния
    * Ралица, Роза
    * Росен
    * Смилян(а)
    * Теменуга, Теменужка, Трендафил(ка)
    * Фидан(к),Ангел(ина)
    * Цвета, Цветан(а), Цветанка, Цветелин(а), Цветомир(а), Цветослав(а), Цвятко,
    * Череша
    * Явор(а), Ягода, Ясен(а), Ясмина * Easter Sunday (Eastern Churches): Velichka, Veliko, Velin
    * Thomas Sunday: Toma, Tomislav, Tomislava
    * Ascension Sunday: Spas, Spaska

     

Bulgaria and Bulgarian Public Holidays

Bulgaria is situated in Southeast Europe and occupies the Eastern part of the Balkan Peninsula. To the north it borders on Romania, to the west on the Republic of Macedonia and Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, to the east on the Black Sea, to the south on Greece and to the Southeast on Turkey.

State Government: Republic
Official Language: Bulgarian
Capital: Sofia (pop.1,200 000)
Big Cities: Sofia, Plovdiv, Varna, Burgas, Ruse, Pernik, Dupnica, Stara Zagora, Vidin, Yambol, Sliven, Karlovo, Kazanluk, Haskovo, Pleven, Vratza, Veliko Tarnovo, Shumen, Blagoevgrad, Pazardjik, Nesebar…

January 1st New Year
March 3rd The National day! - Bulgaria's Liberation from Ottoman rule.
Easter - 1 week after the Catholic Easter.
May 1st - Labor Day May 6th Bulgarian Army Day
May 24th Day - of the Bulgarian Enlightenment and Culture and the Slav Script
September 6th - Bulgaria's Unification September
September 22nd Independence Day
December 24-26th Christmas holidays


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