There are such cases of "Kis/Nagy"(Mic/Mare) villages on different sides of the border in Banat.(Gaiu Mic[Kis Gaj]RO-Veliki Gaj[Nagy Gaj]SRB) and so on!.Nagyszalonta and Salonta Mare were the official names before and after trianon, the original names were Szalonta/Salonta. Hovewer, the present Romanian name is Salonta, this was a local decision probably, because the Mare is meaningles from Romanian narrative (Kisszalonta is not Romanian village, but Hungarian, near the border).
Actually, in 1935 the city was renamed to Petrovgrad (Петровград) in honor of king Peter I of Serbia. It was called Petrovgrad from 1935 to 1946.Zarko Zrenjanin was a WW2 yugo partizanleader. The Serbian also called it Veliki Bečkerek .
Interesting, Becs means Honor, Kerek is Round / Kerék is Wheel.
I haven't met any, but I'm sure there are, just like some Hungarians still call Oradea and Salonta etc., Nagy...Some romanian banat people still call it "Becicherecu Mare"