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  1. #6
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    I speak Russian fluently as I am half-Ukrainian so I would give you some suggestions really used there(sorry for repeats) and traditional nicknames(keep in mind we never use nicknames as given names)
    Aleksey - Lyosha
    Aleksander - Sasha, Sanya, Shura
    Boris - Borya
    Bohdan - Bodya, Dan
    Constantine(rhymes with green) - Costya
    Dmitriy - Dima
    Evgeniy - Jenya
    Elisey - Eliseyka
    Foma(fo-muh)
    Gleb
    Goreslav - Slavs
    Iliya
    Innokentiy - Kesha
    Leonid - Lyonya
    Lev
    Maksim - Maks, Maxik
    Naum(nuh-oom)
    Oleg - Olegka
    Pavel - Pasha
    Radimir - Rad
    Radoslav - Slava
    Severian - Seva
    Stanislav - Slava, Stas
    Svyatopolk - Svyatik
    Timur(tee-moor) - Timurka
    Vadim - Vadik
    Vladimir - Vova, Volodya
    Vladislav - Vlad, Slava
    Vladlen - Vlad
    Zinoviy - Zenik
    Almost none are very short but we don't use short names. Gleb, Lev, Naum, Oleg are 3-4 letters and the most amount of short "Russian" names usually considered are just nicknames in Russian.
    This is just a sample from wonderful word of Russian names. If you are interested, message me and I will give you some more ideas.
    Last edited by mclevine; May 24th, 2013 at 02:22 AM.

  2. #8
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    if you go South-Slavic, you'll find lots of four-letter boy names.. most of them ending on -o.

    Jozo
    Mato
    Juro (Russian would be Juri?)
    Pero
    Anto

  3. #10
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    2 more to add, I didn't see a Viggo, or Janusz (pronounced Ya- nosh)

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