Andrian 6 .. Variant of Andrew. A given name for boys which is only scarcely used, Andrian is found more often as a surname. See also Aydrian.
Arcadio 7 .. The Russian variant Arkady is a popular choice. Somewhat unique as a baby name. [Alcadio, Alcedio, Arcadius, Arkadios, Arkady, .. 4 more]
Arman 8 .. Short form of Armando .. Arman is a scantly used masculine name, occurring regularly (Top 39%) as a surname in the US Census. See also Armand. [Armani, Armante]
Boris 9 .. "Small; battle glory." Boris is commonplace (Top 70%) as a masculine name, and it appears regularly (Top 13%) as a surname in the US Census. See also Borak. Originally from the Tartar nickname Bogoris, then used as a shortened form of the Russian name Borislav .. [Boriss, Borja, Borys, .. 1 more]
Caesar 10 .. Due to his fame and power, Caesar then became the title of the Roman emperors with the meaning "ruler", and led to Russian Tsar (see Czar) and German Kaiser .. Somewhat rarely used as a boys' name, occurring more commonly as a last name. The form Cesar is popular as a version of Caesar. [Caezar, Cesar, Cesaro, Kaiser, Sezar, .. 4 more]
Caspian 11 Place name: the Caspian Sea is the largest inland body of water in the world, lying between Russia and Asia, and its southern coast is in Iran .. A name for newborns which is not broadly used. See also Campian.
Constantine 12 .. The Russian czars, in a bid to legitimize Russia as the new home of Orthodoxy, also used the name. A name suited for both men and women. Fairly unusual as a given name, occurring more often as a surname. [Constans, Constanz, Constantin, Constantius, Konstantin, .. 5 more]
Czar 13 .. "Head of hair." Only sporadically used as a given name, Czar is used more commonly as a last name. See also Cezar. Russian form of Caesar.
Damian 14 .. Demyan is the Russian form .. The name Damian has increased in popularity over the past few years. Unisex name. The form Damion is popular as a version of this name. [Daemon, Daimon, Damen, Damiano, Damianus, .. 14 more]
Dimitri 15 .. Russian and French variant of Demetrius. The name Dimitri is becoming increasingly popular as a boys' name. See also Dimetre. [Dima]