As promised, here’s a list of Slavic names primarily beginning with the roots Cvet-, Kvet-, and Tsvet-. This element means “flower” in the Slavic languages.
Cveta is Serbian.
Cvetana is Serbian and Croatian.
Cvetka is Slovenian.
Cvijeta is Serbian and Croatian.
Cvijetka, Cvita, Cvitana, and Cvitka are Croatian.
Cvjetana is Serbian and Croatian.
Cvjetislava means “flower glory” in Croatian. Another form is Cvjetoslava.
Cvjetka is Serbian and Croatian.
Květa is Czech, and Kveta is Slovak. This can either be a nickname or full name.
Květoslava means “flower glory” in Czech. The Slovak form is Kvetoslava. Květuše is a Czech diminutive.
Kvitoslava is Ukrainian.
Tsveta, Tsvetana, and Tsvetelina are Bulgarian. A nickname is Tsvetanka.
Tsvetomira means “flower peace” and “flower world” in Bulgarian, though the first element may also derive from tsvyat (colour) and thus mean “colour of peace.”
Cvetan and Cvetin are Macedonian, Serbian, and Croatian.
Cvetko is Slovenian.
Cvijetko, Cvijeto, Cvitan, and Cvitko are Croatian.
Cvjetan and Cvjetko are Serbian and Croatian.
Cvjetislav is Croatian. Another form is Cvjetoslav.
Květoslav is Czech. The Slovak form is Kvetoslav.
Kvitoslav is Ukrainian.
Tsvetan and Tsvetko are Bulgarian.
Tsvetomir means “flower peace” and “flower world” in Bulgarian.