Mstislav (given name)

Mstislav (given name)
Mstislav, Mścisław
Gender male
Origin
Word/Name Slavic
Meaning msti/mści ("vengeance") + slav/sław ("glory, famous")
Other names
Variant form(s) Mstislava (f), Mścisława (f)
Nickname(s) Mszczuj, Slava, Slavko,
Related names Mściwoj, Mstivoj, Mszczuj
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Mstislav or Mścisław (Polish) - is a very old Slavic origin given name, consists of two elements: msti - "vengeance" and slav - "glory, fame". The feminine forms are Mstislava and Mścisława.

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