Male Russian names

August

– majestic, great, sacred

Avdey

– minister of God Yahweh, priest

Averky

– taking flight

Averyan

– defiant, unbeatable

Avksentiy

– growing

Autonomus

– independent, self-law

Agap

– beloved

Agathon

– virtuous, noble

Haggai

– solemn, festive, merry

Adam

– created from the dust of the earth

Adrian

– strong, mature

Azary

– God’s help

Alexander

– defender

Alexey

– з to protect

Ambrose

– belonging to the immortal, divine

Amos

– loaded, carrying burden

Ananias

– marked by the mercy of God

Anatoly

– east

Andrew

– courageous, brave

Andrian

– courageous, brave

Andron

– courageous, brave

Andronicus

– the winner of the husbands

Anikey

– the historically formed name

Anikita

– invincible

Anisim

– execution, completion

Antip

– enemy

Apollinarium

– ruin

Apollo

– ruining

Arefy

– life

Aristarchus

– leader of the best

Arkady

– native of Arcadia

Arseny

– courageous, exalted

Artyom

– impeccable health

Artemy

– unharmed, healthy

Arkhip

– head over horses

Askold

– gold voice

Athanasius

– immortal

Afinogen

– a descendant of Athens

Bazhen

– coveted, loved

Bogdan

– the gods

Boleslav

– a big thank

Boris

– a fighter, a warrior

Borislav

– glorious warrior

Boyan

– fighter, riotous

Bronislav

– glorious defender

Vadim

– slander

Valentine

– strong, healthy

Valery

– be strong, healthy

Valerian

– be strong, healthy

Bartholomew

– son Tolmaya

Vasily

– king

Vaclav

– great glory

Benedict

– blessed

Veniamin

– son of right hand, favorite son

Vikenty

– winner

Victor

– winner.

Victorin

is the winner.

Vissarion

– wooded gorge, valley

Vitaliy

– vital

Vladimir

– to own, power

Vladislav

– to own, power

Vlas

– sluggish, slow-moving

Vsevolod

– to own

Vyacheslav

– glory

Gabriel

– my power – God

Gavrila

– divine warrior

Galaktion

– milk

Gideon

– warrior

Gennady

– noble

George

– landowner

Gerasim

– venerable

Herman

– half-blooded

Gleb

– block

Gordei

– on behalf of the Phrygian king

Gregory

– vigorous th

Guri

– Lion

David

– favorite

Davyd

– favorite

Daniel

– my judge – God

Daniel

– my judge – God

Dementii

– daunting pacifying

Demid

– Zeus’ thought

Demian

– conquering

Denis

– the god of the vitality of nature, the god of wine.

Dmitry

– referring to Demeter

Dorofei

– God’s gift

Eugene

– noble

Eugraph

– blagonapisanny, blagonachertanny

Yevdokim

– nice

Evlampy

– radiant

Yevsei

– pious

Eustace

– resistant

Yevstigney

– a good sign

Egor

– farmer

Elizar

– God helped

Elisha

– is saved by God

Yemelyan

– flattering

Epiphanes

– prominent, notable

Jeremiah

– exalted by God

Ermil

– forest

Ermolai

– people and Hermes

Erofei

– consecrated from God

Yefim

– pious

Ephraim

– prolific

Zahar

– a memorial to God

Zinovy ​​

– born Zeus

Zosima

– going in the way

Ivan

– God have mercy on

Ignatius

– unknown , the unknown

Igor

– the army, the power

Ishmael

– God will hear

Izot

– the life giving, the life-giving

Izyaslav

– the one who gained glory

Hilarion

– cheerful, joyful

Ilya

– the fortress of the Lord

Innocent

– innocent, undefiled

Joseph

– God’s reward

Ipatus

– the highest

Ipatius

– the highest The shortest

Hippolyte

– unharnessed horse

Irakli

– the hero of the famous

Isai

– salvation

Isidore

– the gift of Isis

Casimir

– show peacefulness

Callistratus

– beautiful warrior

Capito

– head

Karl

– courageous

Karp

– fruit

Kasyan

– empty

Kim

– abbreviation for “Communist Youth International”

Kir

– lord, lord

Cyril

– lord, lord

Claudius

– lame

Clementy

– lord, lord

Clim

– vine

Clement

– mil ostivy

Kondrat

– square

Kondraty

– a warrior carrying a spear

Constantine

– resistant, permanent

Roots

– horn or berry dogwood

roots

– horn

Cornelius

– berry dogwood

Kuzma

– peace; decoration

Laurus

– laurel tree, laurel wreath; trans.

Miron

– crying or myron – myrrh, perfumed oil

Miroslav

– celebrating the world

Mitrofan

– found mother

Michael

– equal to God

Micah

– equal to God

Modest

– modest

Moses

– taken from the water

Moky

– mocker

Mstislav

– glorious avenger

Nazar

– dedicated to God

Nathan

– God gave

Naum

– comforting

Nestor

– returned home

Nikandr

– the winner of the husbands

Nikanor

– who saw the victory

Nikita

– win

Nikifor

– victorious
Nikodim

– victory and people

Nicholas

– people’s victory

Nikon

– Victorious

Nifont

– reasonable, judicious

Oleg

– holy, sacred

Olympus

– name of the sacred mountain Olympus

Onisim

– execution, completion

Onufry

– free

Orest

– knotweed

Osip

– God reward

Ostap

– resistant

Paul

– small

Pancrate

– Strong, almighty

Panteleimon

– merciful

Paramon

– reliable, true

Parfem

– virgin, pure

Pahom

– wide armor

Peter

– stone, rock

Pimen

– shepherd, shepherd

Platon

– broad shoulders

Polycarp

– fruitful

Porphyry

– purple, crimson

Potap

– mastered

Proclus

– his fame ahead of

Prokhor

– the one before the choir

Radim

– the fighter for peace

Ratibor

– the warrior

Ratmir

– the defending world

Rodion

– the song to the lord

Roman

– Roman; Roman

Rostislav

– increasing glory

Ruben

– ruby, blushing

Ruslan

– lion

Rurik

– the glory of the king

Sawa

– the elder

Savvatiy

– the Sabbath

Saveliy

Samson

– sunny

Samuel

– the name of God, God heard

Svetozar

– light illuminated

Svyatoslav

– holy, glory

Sebastian

– revered

Selivan

– forest

Semen

– heard

Seraphim

– burning, fiery

Sergey

– clear, highly respected

Sidor

– gift of Isis

Strength

– wild

Silvestre

– forest

Simon

– heard

Socrates

– retaining power

Solomon

– peaceful

Sofron

– sensible, sensible

Spartak

– organizer, leader

Spiridon

– body

Stanimir

– peacemaker

Stanislav

– the most glorious

Stepan

– wreath

Stoyan

– strong

Taras

– disconcert, disturb

Tverdislav

– firm glory

Creator

-save the world

Terenty

– rubbing, rubbed

Timothy

– God honoring

Timur

– yel Titus

Titus

– honor, honor

Tikhon

– successful

Trifon

– living in luxury, tender

Trofim

– breadwinner

Ulyan

– belonging to Julia

Ustin

– fair

Thaddeus

– the gift of God

Fedor

– the gift of the gods

Fedosy

– the gift of the gods

Fedot

– given by the gods

Felix

– happy

Feoktist

– created by God

Theophanes

– the appearance of God

Ferapont

– disciple , servant

Filaret

– lover of virtue

Philemon

– loving

Philip

– loving horses

Florentin

– burgeoning

Foka

– seal

Foma

– twin

Fortunate

– happy

Photius

– light, glowing

Frol

– blooming

Hariton

– showering mercy, generous

Harlampiy

– joyful light

Christopher

– professing faith in Christ

Czeslaw

– honor and glory

Edward

​​- the guardian of the wealth

Emil

– hard

Emmanuel

– God with us

Erast

– lovely

Ernest

– serious, strict

Ernst

– serious, strict

Julian

– wavy, fluffy

Julius

– wavy, fluffy

Yuri

– farmer

Jacob

– next

Jakub

– next

Yang

– God’s mercy

Januarius

– dedicated to the god Janus

Jaroslav

– ardent, fame, famous Yarila has got attributes – the sun god

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