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.
Russian: Defender of mankind; Russian nickname for Alexander
Russian: Defender of mankind; Russian nickname for Alexandra
Russian: Nickname for Natalya; Born on Christmas Day
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Russian: Masculine name used as feminine; popularized by the film La Femme Nikita
Russian: Uncertain meaning, though some suggest praiseworthy; Tanya is a popular pet name for Tatiana, feminine form of the Roman...
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Russian: Who is like the Lord; a familiar form of Michael, also meaning bear cub in Russian
Russian: Russian form of Joan
Russian: Light; the Russian form of Lucas, and Luke
Russian: Russian form of Helen light
Russian: From the east
Russian: The goddess; from Allat, name of pre-Islamic Arabic goddess of fertility
Russian: Arisen, resurrected
Russian: Foreign woman, stranger, exotic; variant of Varvara, which is itself a variant of Barbara
Russian: Defender, helper; from the Greek word alexein
Russian: Rosy; Rodion Raskolnikov is the main character in Dostoyevsky''s novel Crime and Punishment.
Russian: Noble, generous
Russian: An Eastern European goddess of spring and love, Lada was worshipped throughout Lithuania, Poland, and Russia.