There are
Babics in the USA
Babic is the
most common last name in the USA

Historical figures and celebrities called Babic


Igor Babic is a Croatian swimmer who competed at the 2000 Summer Olympics.


Alen Babic is a Croatian professional boxer known for his impressive knockout record.


Dragan Babic is a Serbian footballer who has played for various clubs in Europe.


Bogdan Babic is a Slovenian basketball player who has represented Slovenia at international competitions.


Nikola Babic is a Bosnian footballer who currently plays for a club in Bosnia and Herzegovina.


Marin Babic is a Croatian former professional footballer who played as a midfielder.


Ivo Babic was a Croatian writer and journalist known for his contributions to Croatian literature.


Anton Babic was a Slovenian Alpine skier who represented Yugoslavia at the Winter Olympic Games.


Mladen Babic is a Serbian footballer who has played for various clubs in Serbia and Montenegro.


Mirjana Babic is a Serbian actress known for her roles in Serbian and Croatian films and television series.

Babic Genealogy

OriginsThe surname 'Babic' is of Croatian origin. It is derived from the word 'baba', which means 'grandmother' or 'old woman' in Croatian. The name 'Babic' is often used as a patronymic surname, meaning it is derived from a male ancestor's name.
Geographic DistributionThe surname 'Babic' is most commonly found in Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Slovenia, and Serbia, as well as among the Croatian diaspora in other countries.
VariationsVariations of the surname 'Babic' include 'Babich', 'Babick', and 'Babicz'.
Migration and ImmigrationThe migration and immigration of people with the surname 'Babic' can be attributed to various factors, such as political unrest, economic opportunities, and family reunification. Many individuals with the surname 'Babic' have migrated from Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and other countries of the former Yugoslavia to other parts of Europe and the world.