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Female Names
  • Anja (Russian) - Favor, grace [English speaking countries]
  • Anya (Russian) - Favor, grace [English, Hindi and Russian speaking countries]

    Anya is a Russian pet form of the name Anna.
    It is also a Sanskrit female name (pronounced 'an-yah') meaning "the inexhaustible".

    Bearers include historical fiction author Anya Seton and designer Anya Hindmarch.

  • Kaleena (Russian) - Rowan tree [English speaking countries]

    An American respelling of the name Kalina.

  • Kalina (Russian) - Rowan tree [Bulgarian and English speaking countries]

    Bulgarian name, meaning "rowan tree".

  • Laquita (Russian) - N/A [English speaking countries]

    Modern coinage. Some have suggested Laquita to be a blend of the preffix 'la' with the Spanish term of endearment "chiquita".

  • Larissa (Russian) - From the ancient city Larisa [English speaking countries]

    Larissa is a Greek city, the capital of Thessaly. It is situated in an area that has been inhabited for 12000 years. Larissa is also the name of a moon of Neptune. In Greek mythology, Larissa was a nymph from Thessaly.

  • Nadia (Russian) - Hope [African, Arabic, English, Swahili and Russian speaking countries]

    Nadia has two sources. It can either be the English form of Nadya, which itself is the pet form of Nadezhda and is Russian for "hope" or it can be a variant of Nadiyya which, in Arabic, means "moist, tender, delicate".

    Famous bearers inclu

  • Nadine (Russian) - Hope [English and French speaking countries]
  • Vera (Russian) - Faith [English, Russian and Armenian speaking countries]
  • Zaria (Russian) - Sunrise [English speaking countries]

    Zarya (ZAHR yah) is the Russian word for "sunrise."

    Zaria or Zoria is the goddess of beauty in Slavic mythology. A once-popular goddess also associated with the morning, Zaria was known to her worshippers as "the heavenly bride." She was gr

Gender Neutral Names