Dictionary of Medieval Names
from European Sources

Vladislav m. A derivative of Proto-Slavic *volděti, *voldati 'to rule' + Slavic sława, slava 'glory, fame'.

The name of an 11th C tsar of Bulgaria, an 11th C king of Hungary and Croatia and saint, three 12th C dukes of Bohemia, three 12th C kings of Hungary and Croatia, a 13th C king of Serbia, a 14th C grand duke of Lithuania and king of Poland, a 14th-15th C king of Naples, a 15th C duke of Austria and king of Hungary and Croatia, two 15th C voivode of Wallachia, and a 15th-16th C king of Bohemia and king of Hungary and Croatia.

Hungary
Latin
1317 Ladislai (gen) CDH-VIII-II X, Ladislao (abl) ibid. X; 1324 Ladislai (gen) ibid. CCLXX
Italy
Latin
1391 Ladislaus (nom) Venditti I-1, Ladizlaus (nom) ibid. I-2
Poland
Latin
1105 Vladislao (dat) CDT1 I; 1209 Vladislao (abl) ibid. II; 1250? Wladislaus (nom) ibid. XVI; 1268 Vladislaus (nom) ibid. XX; 1275 Wladizlao (abl) ibid. XXIII; 1345 Wladislaus (nom) CDEM-7.2 616, wladislao (dat) ibid. 616; 1418 Vladislaus (nom) LibBenIII p. 476
Cite as: S.L. Uckelman. "Vladislav". In S.L. Uckelman, ed. The Dictionary of Medieval Names from European Sources, Edition 2019, no. 1. http://dmnes.org/2019/1/name/Vladislav.