Russian Baby Girl Names

Russian baby names for girls, long a style backwater, are coming into their own as a fashionable choice. Here are some of the most appealing Russian baby girl names.
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  • Izabella

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    Parents seeking a way to differentiate their Isabella from all the others could consider this zippier spelling. Its popularity has halted its rise, falling from a peak of 140 in 2011 to 234 in... Read More 

  • Jelena

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    Pretty, but in this country it might simplify a child's life to use Helena or Elena. Read More 

  • Jelina

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    Another version of Jelena, both Eastern European relatives of Helen.Read More 

  • Katarina

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    The Russian version of Katherine is usually Ekaterina, but this form is used throughout Eastern Europe and may be more friendly to the American ear.Read More 

  • Kira

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    Though such cognates of Kira as Keira, Kyra, and Ciara are evermore popular throughout Europe and in the U.S., this Cyrus relative has a different root. Variations include Keera, Kiera, Kierra,... Read More 

  • Larisa

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    This version of the name of a Greek nymph, based on the ancient city of Larisa, is widely used in Russia thanks to a martyr saint venerated by the Eastern Church.Read More 

  • Luiza

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    Luiza livens up Louisa. The insertion of the letter "Z" adds a lot more pizzazz.Read More 

  • Marina

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    This pretty sea-born name was used to dramatic effect by Shakespeare in his play Pericles for the virtuous princess who says she is "Call'd Marina, for I was born at sea."... Read More 

  • Mariya

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    Russian, Ukrainian and Bulgarian version of Maria sure to cause a lifetime of spelling questions and pronunciation mistakes.Read More 

  • Marya

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    The final a adds a lot of style. Read More 

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