This name generator will produce 15 random Serbian names and surnames. Serbia is a south-eastern European country with a population of approximately 7 million. Serbia has a long, very violent past filled with wars and revolutions, which is part of why Serbia, like many of the other slavic names, shares similar characteristics with many neighboring countries in relation to names. While this form is not used as exclusively any more than some other Slavic countries, many surnames still end in the "ić," which can be seen in names like "Johnson" and "Wilson" as the equivalent of the "son." Serbian names may also be based on the mother's name, on a personality trait, or on a profession (sort of 'Baker' and 'Butcher'), however, they are not only patronymic. However, 'ić' is still by far the most common of all the suffixes.
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The Republic of Serbia is an ethnically diverse country located at the intersection of Central Europe and South Eastern Europe in the northern Pannonian Plain. It is bordered by Montenegro, Bosnia, Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria, Georgia, Italy, Romania, Albania, Slovenia, Croatia, Austria, Turkey, Austria and Germany. Since early 1990s, the territory has been occupied by the Serbs who have gained full control over the whole area. A majority of the Serb population is Muslim, yet there are also many Christians in this Muslim-dominated country. In the last few years, the country has been opening up to the European mainstream, but in a slow manner. In the meantime, it has been welcoming the influx of immigrants from the former Yugoslavia, especially from Bosnia and Kosovo. The main language used in this country is Serbian, but most of its citizens speak Russian, Croatian, Macedonian, Bosnian and Kosovar languages.
The country is divided into two major cities of Belgrade and Novi Sad respectively. The majority of the people here speak either Croatian Russian or Serbian as their first language. The official language in Serbia is Serbo-Croatian and Russian is commonly spoken as a second language. The government, in order to ensure the unity of all the people living in the country, appoints a Prime Minister and a president for each of the constituent states. There are a number of municipalities in each state, but most are rural areas. Most of them have an area called "Klubana," which is a municipality within the city. Many of the towns, villages and small villages are quite large.
The great variety of people who live in this country is due to its geographical location, which means that you can live here anywhere in Europe, Asia or America. You can find a warm climate, high quality of life, a high level of education, a well-developed economy, and a good social welfare system, with a large number of educated professionals who can easily integrate into a new culture without any problem. If you want to know more about living in this country, you can consult a travel agent for an unbiased review.