Russian boy names

  • Arkady
    from Greek “Arkados”, that mean inhabitant
    of Arkadiya (in Ancient Greece)
  • Artem
    from Greek: healthy, strong
  • Alexander (short forms: Sasha, Shurik, Alex)
    from Greek: defender
  • Aleksey (short form: Lesha, Alesha, Alex)
    from Greek: defender
  • Anatoly (short form: Tolya, Tolia, Tolik)
    mean inhabitant of Anatolya (in Ancient Greece)
    from Greek: “West”
  • Anton
    from Greek: “go into action”
  • Andrey
    from Greek “andros” – man
  • Adam
    from Hebrew “from red clay” – man
  • Bogdan
    from Old Slavic – “given by God”
  • Boris
    from Slavic name “Borislav” – “bor” means fight, “slav” means “fame”
  • Valery (Valera)
    from Latin word “valeo”, that mean healthy
  • Valentin (Valik)
    from Latin word “valeo”, that mean healthy
  • Vasily (Vasya)
    from Old Greek, that mean royal
  • Vadim (Vadik)
    from Old Russian “vadity”, that mean dispute
  • Vladimir (Vova)
    from Old Slavic “the owner of the world”
  • Vladislav (Vlad, Vladik)
    from Old Slavic “the owner of the fame”
  • Viktor (Vitya)
    from word “victory”
  • Vitaly (Vitalik)
    from Latin word “vitalis”, that mean vital
  • Viacheslav (Slavik, Slava)
    from Old Russian words – “biache” means “more” and “slav” means fame
  • Grigory (Grisha)
    from Old Greek words “waking”
  • Georgy
    from Old Greek words “georgos”, which mean “farmer”
  • Gennady (Gena)
    from Old Greek words “noble”
  • David
    from Hebrew “beloved”
  • Danil (short forms: Danya, Danila, Danilo, Danechka)
    from Hebrew “divine justice”
  • Denis (short forms: Denya, Deniska, Den)
    from Old Greek name Dionisios. In Greek
    Mythology Dionis is the God of nature and wine.
  • Dmitri (Dmitry, Dima, Dimochka, Dimka)
    from Antique Mythology name Demetra.
    Demetra was the goddess of the Land and Fecundity.
  • Eugeny (Evgeny, Evgeniy, Zhenia)
    from Old Greek word “noble”
  • Egor
    from name Georgy which means “tiller”
  • Efim (Fima)
    from Old Greek word “eufemos” which means devout, complacent.
  • Ivan (Yvan, Vanya, Vanechka)
    From Old Jewish name John which means “The God Yahveh had forgived”.
  • Kirill (Kiril)
    familiar variant of Old Greek first name Kir which means “the lord”
  • Lev (Leo)
    from Latin word Leo wchich means lion
  • Leonid (Lenya, Lenechka)
    from Leonidas which means “lion’s son”
  • Ludvig
  • Maksim (Maxim, Max, Maximka, Maxuysha)
    from Latin word “maximus”: which means the Greatest
  • Oleg (Olezhka)
    from Scandinavian word “holy”
  • Pavel, Pasha (Pashenka)
    from Latin word Paulus which means “small”
  • Petr (Petya, Petenka)
    from Old Greek “Petra” which means “rock”
  • Roman (Roma, Romochka)
    from Latin word Romanos which means “Roman”
  • Ruslan (Ruslanshik)
  • Semen (Senya, Senechka)
    “From Old Jewish. Means “”Heared by God”” “
  • Sergei (Sergey, Serg, Serezha, Serega)
    from Roman Sergius which means “”respected”
  • Stanislav (Stas, Stasik)
    From Polish word meaning “glorious”
  • Stepan (Styopa)
    from Old Greek word “stefanos” which means “diadem”
  • Taras
    from Old Greek word meaning mutineer, rebel.
  • Timur (Tymur)
  • Fillyp (Fillip)
    from Old Greek word meaning “infatuated with horses”
  • Eduard (Edik, Edya)
    from German word which means “slum landlord”
  • Yuri (Yura, Yurochka)
    Name Georgy Slavic form
  • Yakov
    Russian form of Old Jewish name Jacob
  • Yan
    Baltic form of name John, Ivan
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