There is no doubt Russian baby names are cute, exotic and super interesting. That’s why we’ve put together some of our favourite Russian baby monikers.
Meaning: This is the Russian name for Hannah. And means favour, grace.
Meaning: This name means ‘lion’.
Meaning: This is a variant of the name Michelle and Michaela. It means ‘who is like the Lord’.
Meaning: This means ‘Birthday’ or ‘birthday of Christ’.
Meaning: ‘Victory of the people’.
Meaning: This is the female version of Nino. It may also originate from the old Slavic word Ninati, which means ‘dreamer’ or ‘dream’.
Meaning: This is the Russian and female version of Sabine. Other spellings include Tatjana. It means ‘the queen of fairies’.
Meaning: This is the Russian version of Valentina and means ‘God’s gift’.
Meaning: This is the Russian and Ukranian variation of Zoe and means ‘alive’.
Meaning: The Russian form of Alexander. It can also be spelt Alec and it means ‘defender of man’.
Meaning: Like Alek, Alexei comes from the name Alexander. It means ‘defender of man’.
Meaning: This is a Slavic name which means ‘manly, brave’.
Meaning: ‘God’s gift’.
Meaning: ‘This is the Russian form of John and means ‘gracious gift from God’.
Meaning: Luka is the Russian spelling of Lucas. Meaning ‘man from Lucania’, an ancient district in souther Italy.
Meaning: ‘God like’.
Meaning: ‘Palm tree’.
Meaning: ‘Date palm tree’.
If you’re looking for baby names based on a specific letter of the alphabet, then have a look at The Ultimate Alphabetical List Of Adorable Baby Names.