Libuscha is the German version of the Slavic name Libuše. The meaning of Libuscha is 'pleasant'. Libuše (Libuscha) is the legendary daughter of King Krok and is said to have been the first woman to rule Prague. She ruled alone for some time and was unmarried until she declared that her subjects would choose her husband for her and she was married to Premsyl, a plowman. Libuše was famously known as the mother of Prague because, in one of her many premonitions, she saw the expansion and success of Prague long before it came to be.