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Popular Russian baby girl names include Anastasia (meaning “resurrection”) and Svetlana (meaning “luminescent”). Browse our list of Russian baby names to find the perfect name for your baby girl or boy.

Sasha

Russian: Defender of mankind; Russian nickname for Alexander

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Sasha

Russian: Defender of mankind; Russian nickname for Alexandra

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Natasha

Russian: Nickname for Natalya; Born on Christmas Day

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Tatiana

From the Shakespearean play A Midsummer's Night Dream Read more about Tatiana

Nikita

Russian: Masculine name used as feminine; popularized by the film La Femme Nikita

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Nikita

Russian: Unconquered

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Tanya

Russian: Uncertain meaning, though some suggest praiseworthy; Tanya is a popular pet name for Tatiana, feminine form of the Roman...

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Zach

Parents who once were children of the 80s will most likely associate this name with Saved By the Bell's charismatic and mischievous... Read more about Zach

Misha

Russian: Who is like the Lord; a familiar form of Michael, also meaning bear cub in Russian

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Misha

Russian: .

Slavic Origin

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Zia

Russian: Russian form of Joan

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Luka

Russian: Light; the Russian form of Lucas, and Luke

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Oral

Russian: Eagle

Slavic: Eagle

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Yana

Russian: Russian form of Helen light

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Svetlana

Russian: Luminescent

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Toma

Russian: From the east

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Lev

Hebrew Origin

Russian: Lion

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Alla

Russian: The goddess; from Allat, name of pre-Islamic Arabic goddess of fertility

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Oleg

Russian: Holy

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Nastasia

Russian: Arisen, resurrected

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Dinara

Russian: Breath

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Vasily

Russian: Foreign woman, stranger, exotic; variant of Varvara, which is itself a variant of Barbara

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Aleksei

Russian: Defender, helper; from the Greek word alexein

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Rodion

Russian: Rosy; Rodion Raskolnikov is the main character in Dostoyevsky''s novel Crime and Punishment.

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Grigory

Russian: Watchful

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Gennadi

Russian: Noble, generous

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Anichka

Russian: Grace

Ukrainian Origin

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Lada

Russian: An Eastern European goddess of spring and love, Lada was worshipped throughout Lithuania, Poland, and Russia.

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