Ukrainian Names

  1. Sonia
    • Origin:

      Russian and Scandinavian variation of Sophia
    • Meaning:

      "wisdom"
    • Description:

      Early European import, well known in the 1940s via Norwegian skating movie star Sonja Henie, that has sailed back across the Atlantic, despite the rising popularity of other Russian names.
  2. Sonya
    • Description:

      See SONIA.
  3. Marko
    • Origin:

      Variation of Marco, Spanish form of Mark
    • Meaning:

      "warlike"
    • Description:

      Marko is one of the many names derived from Mars, the god of war. Marco is the more usual Spanish form but Marko is a variation used in Spain along with Russia, Ukraine, and several Slavic countries.
  4. Zofia
    • Origin:

      Czech, Polish, and Ukrainian variation of Sophia
    • Meaning:

      "wisdom"
    • Description:

      As Sophia gets more popular, parents search out more unusual spins, and the Z makes this qualify.
  5. Danilo
    • Origin:

      Ukrainian variation of Daniel
    • Meaning:

      "God is my judge"
    • Description:

      Makes a Biblical favorite new and interesting.
  6. Bogdan
    • Origin:

      Russian
    • Meaning:

      "gift from God"
    • Description:

      Funny, you don't sound Russian.
  7. Pavlo
    • Origin:

      Ukrainian variation of Paul, 'small"
    • Description:

      Pavlo has more energy than the Russian Pavel, perhaps because it sounds like the Spanish Pablo.
  8. Bohdan
    • Origin:

      Ukrainian, Polish, Czech, Slovak
    • Meaning:

      "given by god"
    • Description:

      Variant of the popular Slavic name Bogdan, meaning "given by god".
  9. Hadeon
    • Matvi
      • Sofiya
        • Yevhen
          • Sofka
            • Donya
              • Sonyuru
                • Sonyusha