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Forename Radovan

In all the world, Radovan (Radovan Serbia Slovakia Czechia Croatia Bosnia and Herzegovina, Радован Serbia Russia Bulgaria Ukraine, رادوان Morocco) is a common male forename. First name Radovan is characteristic to Slovakia, where it is quite a common manly name, Serbia, and Montenegro (explore name in all countries). In absolute terms it is most frequently occurring in Serbia, Slovakia, and Czechia. Very seldom, Radovan is the last name as well as a forename.

Transliterations and variants of Radovan

VARIANTCOUNTRY
Radovan Bosnia and Herzegovina, Czechia, Slovakia, Serbia, Croatia
Радован Serbia, Russia, Bulgaria, Ukraine
رادوان Morocco
רדובן Israel

First name Radovan in the context

Radovan is also a name for the fictitious and mythical characters: Radovan , the character from novel uncle Tim : a short story from a teacher's life, Uncle Tima : a short story from a teacher's life; Radovan , the operatic character in the opera Libuše by Bedřich Smetana and Радован , character in Radiša or what kind of teacher we need in the village.

First names said to be same

Radovanu, and Radován

Notable namesakes

Radovan Croatian architect, sculptor, 13th century, Republic of Venice (b. 1201) link
picture of Radovan Dragović Radovan Dragović Radovan Dragović Kraljevina Srbija (b. 1878) link
picture of Radovan Brenčič Radovan Brenčič Radovan Brenčič Yugoslavia (b. 1890) link
picture of Радован Кошутић Радован Кошутић Радован Кошутић Austrian Empire (b. 1866) link
picture of Radovan Vukanović Radovan Vukanović Radovan Vukanović politician (b. 1906) link
picture of Radovan Gobec Radovan Gobec Radovan Gobec Slovene composer, Slovenia (b. 1909) link
Radovan Kalinović (b. 1854) link
picture of Radovan Lukavský Radovan Lukavský Radovan Lukavský Czech dubbing actor, actor, professor and university educator, Czechoslovakia (b. 1919) link
picture of Radovan Vlajković Radovan Vlajković Radovan Vlajković President of SFR Yugoslavia, Yugoslavia (b. 1924) link
picture of Radovan Richta Radovan Richta Radovan Richta Czech academic and philosopher, Czechoslovakia (b. 1924) link
picture of Radovan Knežević Radovan Knežević Radovan Knežević (b. 1916) link
picture of Radovan Vojvodić Radovan Vojvodić Radovan Vojvodić Yugoslavia (b. 1922) link
picture of Radovan Pavlovski Radovan Pavlovski Radovan Pavlovski Macedonian writer, Yugoslavia (b. 1937) link
Radovan M. Drašković born 1889 died 1974 (b. 1889) link
Radovan Savatic Serbia (b. 1879) link
picture of Radovan Ivančević Radovan Ivančević Radovan Ivančević (b. 1931) link
picture of Radovan Karadžić Radovan Karadžić Radovan Karadžić War Criminal, Psychiatrist and Poet, ba (b. 1945) link
picture of Radovan Beli Marković Radovan Beli Marković Radovan Beli Marković Serbian writer, Serbia (b. 1947) link
Radovan Mishich (b. 1887) link
Radovan Bošnjak 1900-1987 (b. 1900) link
Radovan Zogović Montenegrin poet, Montenegro (b. 1907) link
Radovan Klopčič Slovenia (b. 1898) link
Radovan Šimáček escritor checo, Czechoslovakia (b. 1908) link
picture of Radovan Vlatković Radovan Vlatković Radovan Vlatković Croatian musician, HR (b. 1962) link
Radovan Jovanović (b. 1904) link
picture of Radovan Vích Radovan Vích Radovan Vích politician, Czechoslovakia (b. 1964) link
picture of Radovan Antonijević Radovan Antonijević Radovan Antonijević Serbian university teacher, Serbia (b. 1964) link
Radovan Petrović (b. 1908) link
Radovan Domac botanist (b. 1918) link
picture of Radovan Žerjav Radovan Žerjav Radovan Žerjav Slovenian politician, Slovenia (b. 1968) link
picture of Radovan Jelašić Radovan Jelašić Radovan Jelašić Serbian politician, Hungary (b. 1968) link
picture of Radovan Hromádko Radovan Hromádko Radovan Hromádko Czech soccer player and soccer representant, Česko (b. 1969) link
Radovan Ivšić Croatian poet, HR (b. 1921) link
Radovan Krátký Czech writer and translator (b. 1921) link
Radovan Kalina Czechoslovak actor, Czechoslovakia (b. 1922) link
Radovan Samardžić Serbian historian, Serbia (b. 1922) link
Radovan Grković (b. 1913) link
picture of Radovan Brenkus Radovan Brenkus Radovan Brenkus Slovak writer, Slovakia (b. 1974) link
picture of Radovan Nastić Radovan Nastić Radovan Nastić Serbain writer, actor and artist, Serbia (b. 1975) link
Radovan Hendrych botanist (b. 1926) link
Radovan Procházka Czech soldier, Czechoslovakia (b. 1927) link
Radovan Jakić (b. 1917) link
Radovan Latković (b. 1917) link
Radovan Brychta Czechoslovak journalist, Czechoslovakia (b. 1928) link
Radovan Ježek (b. 1918) link
Radovan Kuchař Czech mountain climber, Czechoslovakia (b. 1928) link
Radovan Cígler Czechoslovak teacher, Czechoslovakia (b. 1932) link
Radovan Pavić geographer, HR (b. 1933) link
picture of Radovan Vujović Radovan Vujović Radovan Vujović Serbian actor, Serbia (b. 1984) link
Radovan Konop Czechoslovakia (b. 1924) link
Radovan Delalle Croatian architect, HR (b. 1935) link
Radovan Radović basketball player, Yugoslavia (b. 1936) link
Radovan Dvořák Czechoslovakia (b. 1926) link
Radovan Chrz (b. 1928) link
Radovan Lomský Czechoslovakia (b. 1929) link
Radovan Brankov Serbian journalist, Serbia (b. 1939) link
Radovan Božin Yugoslav canoeist, Yugoslavia (b. 1940) link
Radovan H. Žák Czechoslovakia (b. 1931) link
Radovan Marušić (b. 1932) link
Radovan Krajinović Bosnia and Herzegovina judoka, ba (b. 1945) link
Radovan Vuckovic Serbia (b. 1935) link
Radovan Kragulj (b. 1935) link
Radovan Koplík Czechoslovakia (b. 1936) link
Radovan Zejda Czech historian, Czechoslovakia (b. 1946) link
Radovan Brož Czechoslovakia (b. 1936) link
Radovan Komel Slovene chemist, Slovenia (b. 1947) link
Radovan Govedarica chess player (b. 1948) link
Radovan Charvát Czech translator, Czechoslovakia (b. 1948) link
Radovan Tadic Croatian film director, HR (b. 1949) link
Radovan Stojičić politician (b. 1951) link
picture of Radovan Oravkin Radovan Oravkin Radovan Oravkin (b. 1991) link
Radovan Miljanić Serbian actor (b. 1952) link
Radovan Bisić boxer, Yugoslavia (b. 1953) link
Radovan Gajić Serbian poet (b. 1953) link
Radovan Fuchs Croatian scientist and politician (b. 1953) link
Radovan Doležel Czechoslovak veterinarian, Czechoslovakia (b. 1954) link
Radovan Jovićević Serbian composer, Serbia (b. 1956) link
Radovan Piplović Yugoslavia (b. 1946) link
Radovan Černý crystallographer, University of Geneva, Switzerland (b. 1957) link
Radovan Malević Serbian volleyball player (b. 1957) link
Radovan Vlahovic Serbian writer, Serbia (b. 1958) link
Radovan Gros Slovenia (b. 1948) link
Radovan Květ Czech businessman, Česko (b. 1958) link
Radovan Čok Slovenia (b. 1949) link
Radovan Schaufler Czech architect (b. 1959) link
Radovan Holub (b. 1949) link
Radovan Juričić (b. 1951) link
Radovan Lipenský (b. 1951) link
Radovan Rybář (b. 1952) link
Radovan Loužecký Czech soccer player, Česko (b. 1963) link
Radovan Krstović footballer, Serbia (b. 1963) link
Radovan Adzić (b. 1954) link
Radovan Višković Prime Minister of Republika Srpska, ba (b. 1964) link
Radovan Fořt Czech biker, biker and bikecrosser, Česko (b. 1965) link
Radovan Jenko Slovenia (b. 1955) link
Radovan Urban (b. 1955) link
Radovan Sloboda Slovak politician, Slovakia (b. 1966) link
Radovan Bigović (b. 1956) link
Radovan Damnjanovic chess player (b. 1967) link
Radovan Neuwirth (b. 1957) link

Characteristic surnames

Markovic, Jovanovic, Popovic, Simic, Horvat, Kovacevic, Novak, Nikolic, Petrovic, and Mandić