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Baby Names of Russian Origin for Boys

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Baby names of Russian origin, for russian, russia.

These boy names reached the peak of their popularity in the year 1992 (usage of 0.14%) and are almost as common today (usage 0.12%, down 12.3%), but with names like Constantine and Dimitri becoming less in vogue. Alan (#170) and Sergio (#307) are two of the more chic baby names among these. Urman (top 26%) and Boros (12%) are conventional surnames.

Here is the list of Russian names for girls.

pinAkim - Ioanis

Page 1/3 of 44 Russian names.

Top 1000 baby names ranking of Russian names: Alan, Alek, Andrew, Arman, Boris

Akim 1 .. Russian short form of Joachim. Unconventional. Compare Akim and popular last name Akiu (top 90%), which also begins with Aki-. See also Akeem.

Alan 2 .. .. In Russia, the name is linked .. Adoption of Alan as a birth name in 2014 was 2% less than a year ago. See also Aldan.

Alek 3 .. "Man's defender, warrior." Less popular today. Alek was last recorded in 2000 in the Top 1000. See also Aloj. Russian form of Alex.

Andrew [Andrian, .. more] 4 .. .. patron saint of Scotland and Russia .. Usage of Andrew and Andrian as children's names in 2014 was down 1.6% compared to a decade ago.

Andrian 5 .. "Man, warrior." Outside Top 1000. See also Andriel. Variant of Andrew.

Arman 6 .. Short form of Armando .. Not in Top 1000. See also Armand.

Boris 7 .. "Small; battle glory." Birris and Borisse are kreatif variations. .. form of the Russian name Borislav ..

Caesar 8 .. .. and led to Russian Tsar see .. Caesar is unusual as a first name, registering commonly (upper 6%) as a last name.

Caspian 9 .. world, lying between Russia and Asia .. Not Top 1000 name. See also Cassian.

Constantine 10 .. .. The Russian czars, in a bid .. Unisex name. Adoption of Constantine was more pronounced in the 1920s and is now less, with Constantine becoming less fashionable.

Top 1000 baby names ranking of Russian names: Caesar, Constantine, Dimitri, Gregory

Czar 11 .. "Head of hair." Czar, like the similar Cezar, occurs more often as a surname. See also Ezar. Russian form of Caesar.

Dimitri 12 .. Russian and French variant of Demetrius. Prevalent, with the unconventional masculine-sounding -tri suffix for Dimitri, like Demitri. See also Demetri.

Egor [Igor, .. more] 13 .. .. Also possibly means "farmer" in Russian. Outside Top 1000.

Fyodor 14 .. "God's gift." Feodor and variants were not Top birth names in 2014. Variant of Theodore ..

Gerasim 15 .. "Old; honor." Not in Top 1000. Russian form of Greek Gerasimos, derived ..

[Grigor, .. more] Form of Gregory 16 .. From Latin Gregorius via Greek Greg˘ .. Grigor is a scarcely used men's name, occurring regularly (upper 80%) as a surname.

Hedeon 17 .. "Feller of trees." Unique, with the -on ending, like Hamilton. See also Haden. Variant of Gideon.

Igor 18 .. Variant of Ingvar (Scandinavian) "Ing's soldier" .. Not Top 1000 name. See also Ifor.

Ilya 19 .. "Jehovah is God." Not in popularity charts. The glamorous Russian Illya Kuryakin from ..

Ioanis 20 .. "God is gracious." Rather quaint as a baby name. See also Innis. Variant of John.

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Summary of names (grouped by variations) for Russian names for boys.

Akim - Ioanis
Akim, Alan, Alek, Andrew [Andrian], Andrian, Arman, Boris, Caesar, Caspian, Constantine, Czar, Dimitri, Egor [Igor], Fyodor, Gerasim, Gregory [Grigor], Hedeon, Igor, Ilya, Ioanis

Ioakim - Vanya
Ioakim, Iosef, Ivan, Jacob [Yakov], Lech, Lev, Misha, Nicholas, Oleg, Olexei, Peter, Rurik, Sacha, Seraphim, Sergio, Seward, Shura, Tamerlane, Tsar, Vanya

Vladimir - Yuri
Vladimir, Yesenin, Yevgeny, Yuri