Dictionary of Medieval Names
from European Sources

Jaroslav m. Slavic Jarilo, the name of a god of vegetation, fertility, and springtime, from Proto-Slavic *jaro, *jarъ, *jarь, *jara 'spring (season)' + Slavic sława, slava 'glory, fame'.

Czech Republic
Latin
1287 Jaroslaus (nom) RTT-1.1 II; 1345 Jeroslai (gen) CDEM-7.2 605, Jeroslao (abl) ibid. 605, Jeroslaus (nom) ibid. 605; 1348 Jaroslaus (nom) chlumecky 8; 1349 Jaroslao (dat) ibid. 114, Jaroslaus (nom) ibid. 26; 1350 Jaroslao (dat) ibid. 168, Jaroslaus (nom) ibid. 175; 1351 Jaroslaus (nom) ibid. 35; 1353 Jaroslao (abl) ibid. 60, Jaroslaus (nom) ibid. 82; 1355 Jaroslaus (nom) ibid. 65; 1356 Jaroslaus (nom) ibid. 178, p. 29
1353 Jaros (nom) chlumecky 49, p. 23
Cite as: S.L. Uckelman. "Jaroslav". In S.L. Uckelman, ed. The Dictionary of Medieval Names from European Sources, Edition 2016, no. 4. http://dmnes.org/2016/4/name/Jaroslav.