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Gender: M Meaning of Arkady: "from Arcadia" Origin of Arkady: Russian from Greek

Arkady is a rhythmic Russian saint's name from the Greek meaning "from Arcadia." As a literary name, it belongs to a genteel character in Turgenev's Fathers and Sons and a much less benign one in Dostoyevsky's Crime and Punishment, and is also a key figure in Gorky Park by Martin Cruz Smith.

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Arkady Kirsanov, friend to Evgeni Bazarov in Otsy i Deti (Fathers and Sons) (1862) by Ivan Turgenev