The most popular names given to the RECENTLY born children:
Aleksandra, Natalia, Karolina, Patrycja, Kinga, Klaudia, Magdalena, Julia, Gabriela, Dominika, Justyna, Paulina, Weronika, Angelika, Sylwia, Anita, Zuzanna, Alicja, Kamila, Oliwia.
Kamil, Jakub, Patryk, Adrian, Michał, Dawid, Kacper, Mateusz, Karol, Krzysztof, Sebastian, Jan, Marcin, Daniel, Szymon, Bartłomiej, Filip, Krystian, Paweł, Adam, Arkadiusz, Konrad, £ukasz, Dariusz, Dominik, Oskar, Andrzej, Damian, Przemysław, Radosław, Rafał.
Evergreen (always popular despite all the trends and influences)
Anna, Maria, Joanna, Katarzyna, Agnieszka, Magdalena, Małgorzata, Barbara.
Wojciech, Piotr, Paweł, Jan, Tomasz, Marek, Maciej, Krzysztof.
and at least half give themselves the english equivalent when talking to you or are referred to by their suname or a diminutive of one name or another or a nickname or a diminutive of that or all of the above and then its like whats your name...?
lol. Are you talking about me?
1. My family calls me by my second name (middle name)
2. My polish friends call me by my first name
3. my american friends and co-workers call my by my americanized name, as my first name gets awfully butchered.
4. All others call me "hey you" :) (ok, just kidding)
And, my name made the list.