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[Opinions] Mystical/Dark Russian Names?
Female Russian names or names that could be used in Russia? So far i've been digging 3-syllable names, but it's not a must.
I Like Violetta and Anastasiya, although i don't find them to be necessarily "mystical" in sound or meaning

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Similar style to Anastasiya (very popular): Margarita
Vasilisa
Varvara
Alexandra
Victoria
Elizaveta
EkaterinaSimilar style to Violetta (slight foreign vibe):
Sabina
Adelina
Angelina
Inga
Karina
YeseniyaOld-fashioned:
Serafima
Alevtina
Glafira
Aglaya
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Vasilisa - seems 'mystical' to me because I first heard it in a folktale
Darya - just has a pleasing 'dark' vibe for me.
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I always thought Anastasia/Anastasiya had a mystical sound, but that's just me. Do you like any of these?- Avdotya
- Praskovya
- Akilina
- Olesya
- Raisa
- Vladislava
- Agrafena
- Ekaterina
- Zinoviya
- Roksana
- Yevpraksiya
- Vitaliya
- Inessa
- Tsetsiliya
- Pelagiya
- Oksana
- Ninel
- Grusha
- Miroslava
- Lyubochka
- Ksenia
- Irina
- Liudmila
- Klavdiya
- Evdokiya
- Lidiya
- Gennadiya
- Elvira
- Dominika

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Anastasiya does sound mystical, but it's too common in Russia. Almost a stereotypical Russian female name.How about:
Aelita (Аэлита)
Apollinariya (Аполлинария)
Doroteya (Доротея)
Elikonida (Еликонида)
Elvira (Эльвира)
Esfir (Есфирь, Эсфирь)
Evdokiya (Евдокия)
Kazimira (Казимира)
Renata (Рената)
Serafima (Серафима)
Severina (Северина)
Snezhana (Снежана)
Vladimira (Владимира)
Zinoviya (Зиновия)Some are rare or a bit strange, but they're all Russian names, and all usable.

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