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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.

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Adelaida

Russian Origin

Spanish Origin

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Adrik

Russian: Dark

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Agnia

Russian: Immaculate

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Agrafena

Russian: Born feet first

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Aleandra

Russian: Defender of man

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Alek

Russian: Variant of Alexander; defender of mankind.

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Aleksandr

Polish Origin

Russian Origin

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Aleksandra

Finnish Origin

Polish Origin

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Aleksei

Russian: Defender, helper; from the Greek word alexein

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Alexei

Russian Origin

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Alik

Russian: Helper of man

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Alla

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

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Alyona

Russian: Light

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Alyosha

Russian: Defender of man

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Anastasia

Anastasia is getting a makeover! Once best known as the evil sister from Cinderella and as a harsh-sounding Russian name...

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Andrei

Russian: Russian form of Andrew manly

Slavic: Manly; brave. Variant of English Andrew.

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Andrey

Russian: Manly

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Andrusha

Russian: Russian form of Andrew manly

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Anichka

Russian: Grace

Ukrainian Origin

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Anna

Anna has emerged as the Golden Girl of the "Ann" family. While the more old-fashioned Anne, Ann, and Annie have slipped in...

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Anton

French Origin

German Origin

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Antonina

Latin Origin

Polish: Polish form of Antonia Priceless

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Anya

Russian Origin

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Arina

Russian: Form of Irene

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Arisha

The lyrical Arisha is a very unique name for a baby girl. More commonly used in Russian and Hindu cultures, Arisha has that...

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Arkasha

Russian: Diminutive from Arckadi

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Artem

Russian: Healthy, sound, wholesome

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Artemii

Russian: Healthy, wholesome

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Asya

Russian: Nickname for Anastasia

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Belka

Russian: Squirrel; also Russian nickname for Bella

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