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[Opinions] What are some good Russian and/or Ukrainian girl names?
I've noticed there isn't a great selection of those names on the site so I was hoping people could post some more. I'm not naming a baby or anything so the name doesn't have to work in the states although it would be great to hear names that are easily pronounced here.
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There may be more names in the submitted names database. Have you looked at it?
http://www.behindthename.com/submit/names/gender/feminine/usage/russian
http://www.behindthename.com/submit/names/gender/feminine/usage/ukrainian
Submitted names aren't for sure real, but it might be worth checking out.The name Olena springs to my mind because I know a Ukrainian woman named that.
And Oksana. (Maybe dated)
and Polina

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