Surnames do, too. - B

last refreshed 03/06/2018 01:53:33 PM
Surname
actually means
Babac
Grandmother (but actually a male version of the word baba; could also be derived from babica, midwife, so this could be midhusband).
Bajalica
A spell
Bajat
Stale
Bakrač
Copper (or pewter) kettle
Balavac
Baby kid
Banda
Gang
Batak
Chicken drumstick
Batinica
Little bludgeon
Bauk
A scare, menace
Bečejac
Denizen of Bečej
Beg
Beg or Bey
Bek
back (in football)
Beli
White
Berber
Barber
Beretka
Beret
Bevanda
Diluted wine (Dalmatia)
Bezbradica
Lack of beard
Biro
Bureau *
Birtaš
Innkeeper
Biser
Pearl
Bitanga
Bum (actually comes from bitte+danke - please+thanks - that some German soldiers, returning from some war they lost, always said when asking for/getting food).
Bjelica
White wheat
Blaga
Mild (fem. adj.)
Blagdan
Holiday
Blitva
Mangold
Bombaš
Bomber (person, not airplane)
Borovnica
Blueberry
Bosanac
Bosnian (noun)
Bošnjak
Bosniak
Božić
Christmas *
Bradavica
Wart
Breza
Birch
Bubalo
Crammer for exams
Bubanj
Drum
Bubnjar
Drummer
Bučuk
A Turkish vessel to measure volume (v. Šinik)
Budak
Pickax
Budalica
little fool
Budžak
Dark or remote corner
Buđavac
Mildewy
Bugarin
Bulgarian (national)
Bugarski
Bulgarian (m. adj) *
Buha
Flea
Bukva
Beech
Bulja
Ass (slang)
Buljina
Owl
Bulka
Ponceau
Bunardžija
Well digger
Bunijevac
Of the river Buna
Bunjevac
Of the river Buna
Bura
Tempest
Burazer
Bro
Burek
Burza
Stock market
Butina
Thigh
Buva
Flea