Origin of the name RADKA.
Etymology of the
Meaning of the baby name RADKA.
Norwegian name derived from Teutonic rad, meaning
"counsel." Cognate with the Slavic rada/rade
Feminine form of Slavic Radko
(q.v.), from Slavic rad, meaning
"joy." Usage: Bulgaria, Czech Republic,
a little palely as they climbed the stairs.
"This time I do feel shaky," she said,
"and we are going to talk about me."
Nedejda's fingers caught Radka's. "What is
it?" she implored. "Please tell me quickly now you've
had your tea."
Radka laughed. "I will, now you've had
She drew Nedejda through the open door out into the
quiet and perfume of the garden, which, even in April, flowered in heavy
sweetness. Looking around at its loveliness, she drew a deep
"I've got to go, Nedejda," her voice was a
little unsteady; "I can get the Varna boat to-morrow night."
The color drenched out of Nedejda's face, but she
stood silent, waiting for the rest. (St. Nicholas, vol. 43, 1916)