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   Russian female names
In Russian an official full name of woman as well as man consists of
three parts: a first name, a patronymic, and a surname. The first name
is a given name. When women marry they change their maiden
surname and take the husband's surname.
 
The first name together with patronymic is used in formal situations, as
well as in the case you just want to express a respect. In everyday
informal atmosphere Russians use shortened form of names.  Short
form of the first name is not used together with  patronymic.
 
Short name, in turn, has many different forms and varies in spelling
and pronunciation, which leads foreigners to some confusion. In
Russian language using a particular form of the first name you can
express your attitude to person. Also the short form of name in the
Russian language has a special form of pleading. It is used only in
direct address to the person and only to close friends and relatives.
Pleading form of the name corresponds to the English "hey, listen!"
Pleading form has it's neutral and affectionate forms.
 
Here in the list are popular Russian female names. Click the name to
see the forms. If you can not find some name feel free to
contact us anonymously and soon we will add it. Do not forget a simple truth: the
most pleasant word for every person is his/her own first name!
Hover the mouse over the name to see Russian spelling.
Agafya in the Russian spelling Agnessa in the Russian spelling Agniya in the Russian spelling Aleksandra in the Russian spelling Alevtina in the Russian spelling Alina in the Russian spelling Alisa in the Russian spelling
A:
Alla in the Russian spelling Alyona in the Russian spelling Anastasia in the Russian spelling Anfisa in the Russian spelling Anna in the Russian spelling Antonina in the Russian spelling Anzhela in the Russian spelling
A:
Arina in the Russian spelling Astra in the Russian spelling Avgusta in the Russian spelling Avrora in the Russian spelling Beata in the Russian spelling Bella in the Russian spelling Darina in the Russian spelling
A-D:
Darya in the Russian spelling Dayna in the Russian spelling Dolya in the Russian spelling Ekaterina in the Russian spelling Elena in the Russian spelling Elizaveta in the Russian spelling Ella in the Russian spelling
D-E:
Emma in the Russian spelling Eva in the Russian spelling Evdokiya in the Russian spelling Evgenia in the Russian spelling Galina in the Russian spelling Glafira in the Russian spelling Inga in the Russian spelling
E-I:
Inna in the Russian spelling Irina in the Russian spelling Irma in the Russian spelling Iya in the Russian spelling Kira in the Russian spelling Klara in the Russian spelling Klavdia in the Russian spelling
I-K:
Ksenia in the Russian spelling Lada in the Russian spelling Larisa in the Russian spelling Lidia in the Russian spelling Liliya in the Russian spelling Lolita in the Russian spelling Lyubov' in the Russian spelling
K-L:
Lyudmila in the Russian spelling Margarita in the Russian spelling Maria in the Russian spelling Marianna in the Russian spelling Marina in the Russian spelling Maya in the Russian spelling Milena in the Russian spelling
L-M:
Nadezhda in the Russian spelling Natalia in the Russian spelling Nelli in the Russian spelling Nina in the Russian spelling Nonna in the Russian spelling Oksana in the Russian spelling Olesya in the Russian spelling
N-O:
Olga in the Russian spelling Polina in the Russian spelling Praskovya in the Russian spelling Raisa in the Russian spelling Regina in the Russian spelling Renata in the Russian spelling Rimma in the Russian spelling
O-R:
Roksana in the Russian spelling Rostislava in the Russian spelling Roza in the Russian spelling Rufina in the Russian spelling Ruslana in the Russian spelling Serafima in the Russian spelling Sofia in the Russian spelling
R-S:
Stanislava in the Russian spelling Svetlana in the Russian spelling Taisia in the Russian spelling Tamara in the Russian spelling Tatyana in the Russian spelling Ulyana in the Russian spelling Valentina in the Russian spelling
S-V:
Valeria in the Russian spelling Vanda in the Russian spelling Varvara in the Russian spelling Vasilisa in the Russian spelling Venera in the Russian spelling Vera in the Russian spelling Veronika in the Russian spelling
V:
Viktoria in the Russian spelling Violetta in the Russian spelling Yana in the Russian spelling Yulia in the Russian spelling Zhanna in the Russian spelling Zinaida in the Russian spelling Zoya in the Russian spelling
V-Z:
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To understand the source of the nature of Russian bride it is better to appeal to Russian
fairy tales. If you know the Russian woman you will know Russian Bride. A careful reading of
Russian folk tales shows that the main figure of almost all fairy tales is a clever woman.
Very often men repeat the same thing: "A woman can not be believed", "Women's logic does
not exist", "Listen to a woman, and make vice versa"...  Such statements lead to rabies the
feminists, force the hysterical blonde to cry and result housewives in mellow anger.
Women have a feature distinctively differ them from men - it's always difficult to say for sure
how old they are. And sometimes it's much curious to know the true age of women.
Problems with the definition of the age are more often against the girls of the age group from
16 to 30.
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Yandex
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