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( Polish: , Cieszyn Silesian: ) (literally a river) is a village in Frýdek-Místek District, Moravian-Silesian Region, Czech Republic. It had a population of 466 (2001 census), 21.5% of the population are the Poles. Village lies near the Moravian-Silesian Beskids mountains, and Ropičanka River flows through it. It lies in the historical region of Cieszyn Silesia.


Réka is an old Hungarian female given name from the 10th century. It is of Hun descent, originally being Rika, derived from the Turkic Arikan. Over time it changed into forms like Kreka or Rekam and eventually into Réka. Although it is very difficult to find an affectionate form, there are some which are commonly used, such as Rékuci, Réki and Rékus. Its Finnish cognate is Riikka. Reka is also the Slovenian word for "river." Reka is also a Sanskrit name and a Maori name. In Maori, Reka means "sweet."

The first known bearer of this name was the legendary first wife of the Hun king Attila, daughter of the Hun prince Keve, mother of prince Csaba.

Reka (river)

The (literally, 'river' in Slovene), also the Inner Carniola Reka , is a river that starts as Big Creek in Croatia, on the southern side of Mount Snežnik, and flows through western Slovenia, where it is also initially known as Big Creek . The river is long. At the village of Škocjan it disappears underground through Škocjan Caves (a UNESCO World Heritage Site), flowing underneath the Slovenian Karst. The river continues as part of the Timavo in Italy, however, tracer studies have shown that it also feeds springs elsewhere on the Adriatic Coast between Trieste and Monfalcone. It has the pluvial regime.

Reka (Kladovo)

Reka is a village in the municipality of Kladovo, Serbia. According to the 2002 census, the village has a population of 278 people.

Reka (Kraljevo)

Reka is a village situated in Kraljevo municipality in Serbia.

Reka (Pšata)

Reka Creek (also known as Brnik Creek) is a right tributary of the Pšata River in Slovenia. It is formed by the confluence of two smaller creeks flowing from the Luknja Gorge and Brezovec Gorge below Mount Krvavec. It flows south through Cerklje na Gorenjskem. South of that, it is joined by a right tributary, Ušica Creek, before it joins the Pšata River at Komenda.