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  1. #1
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    which Russian name

    Okay I was just wondering with the Olympics going on which Russian girl names everyone would name their little girl. I am leaning towards naming my daughter a Russian name and was wondering what people thought of them!

    Some of the ones that I would pick would be Vera, Katja, Anya, Adelina, Viktoriya, Natalija.

    Any other suggestions or maybe sibset names for a twin brother!

    Thanks again!

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    I dislike most Russian names, but if I had to, it'd be Mila. It was actually my top choice before it got so popular. I also like Sofya (actually I like the nickname, Sonya), Polina (obviously I wouldn't use my own name) and Yeva. None of these names (except Mila) is actually of Russian origin.
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    felixsebastianmiloatticus

    in the silence of your bones and eyes
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    "What is the point in different tastes, different preferences, if not to say that our brains are different, that we think differently."

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    Quote Originally Posted by lawsonhaley View Post
    Never heard of this one!
    polina ∙ 19 ∙ art history major ∙ web developer
    french/russian/swedish ∙ living in st. petersburg, russia

    clementineastridsidoniaottoline
    felixsebastianmiloatticus

    in the silence of your bones and eyes
    forgotten magic sits and waits for fire


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    Quote Originally Posted by polina View Post
    Never heard of this one!
    I did a Nameberry super search and looked at Russian names and Verina was listed


    "What is the point in different tastes, different preferences, if not to say that our brains are different, that we think differently."

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