Top 10 Most Popular Russian Girl Names In 2024


Mila (Cyrillic: Мила, Polish: Miła) is a female Slavic name possibly originating from Poland or Eastern Europe. It is a diminutive of Slavic names beginning or ending with Mila which derived from the element Mil (Мил) meaning "gracious" or "dear".
Russian Meaning: The name Margosha is a Russian baby name. In Russian the meaning of the name Margosha is: Pearl.


Means "faith" in Russian, though it is sometimes associated with the Latin word verus "true". It has been in general use in the English-speaking world since the late 19th century.
Helina is primarily used in the English language, and it is of Old Greek and Russian origin. From Russian roots, its meaning is light from the sun. In addition, Helina is a form of the English name Helen. ... Helina is rarely used as a baby name for girls. It is ranked outside of the top 1000 names.
Meanings and history of the name Laika: | Edit. Russian, means The barker. Famous real-life people named Laika: | Edit. It is the name of the first dog that orbited the earth in space.
Jenica is a traditional Romanian form of Jane and means "God is gracious" and is quite popular in Central and Eastern Europe. Although some people are named from this traditional form, others claim to have created the name out of the combination of Jennifer and Jessica.
Leyna. The name Leyna is a Female name. German meaning: The name Leyna is a German baby name The German meaning of Leyna is: Little angel.
The name Czarina is a Latin baby name. In Latin the meaning of the name Czarina is: Feminine of czar. Russian equivalent to a female caesar or empress.
Origin of the name Sasha: A borrowing of the Russian pet form of Alexandra (defender or helper of mankind), Sasha has been bestowed as an independent given name since it was introduced from France in the 20th century.


Inna (Инна) is a Russian given name. ... Inna was the fourth most popular name given to baby girls born in Moscow, Russia in 2007. In ancient Greece, the name Ἴννα (Inna) is also attested (probably from ἴννην innen, meaning "little girl"), however a connection with the Russian Inna has not been confirmed.