(Cyrillic script: Милорад; Polish: Miłorad
) is an old Serbian masculine given
from the Slavic
elements: milo meaning
- Milorad Ulemek
(Serbian: Милорад Улемек; born 15 March
1968), also known
Luković (Милорад Луковић) and "Legija" ("Legion"), is a Serbian
(Serbian Cyrillic: Милорад Мандић; 3 May 1961 – 15 June 2016) was a Serbian
actor. He appeared
in more than sixty films during
Mitrović may refer
Mitrović (footballer, born 1908) (1908–1993), Serbian footballer Milorad
Mitrović (footballer, born 1949), Serbian...
- Milorad Dodik
(Serbian Cyrillic: Милорад Додик, pronounced [mîloraːd
dǒdik]; born 12 March
1959) is a Bosnian
Serb politician serving
as the 7th and current...
- Milorad Pupovac
(Serbian Cyrillic: Милорад Пуповац; born 5 November
1955) is a Croatian politician
of Serb ethnicity. He is a member
Pavić (Serbian Cyrillic: Милорад Павић, pronounced [mîloraːd
pǎːʋitɕ]; 15 October
1929 – 30 November
2009) was a Serbian
novelist, poet, short...
"R" in honor
of his deceased
father. His nickname
in the family
some have mistakenly thought
to be his name at birth. Blagojevich...
him to the ICTY was underway. Mladić had been using
in hiding. Mladić was not wearing
or any disguise...
Popović (Serbian Cyrillic: Милорад Пoпoвић) (born 18 January
1979 in Ruma – died 19 July 2006 in Ruma) was a Serbian football defender