What could be nicer than a Russian girl name that’s not as common as it could be? One of my friends, Natasha is just one of these things. She has a unique combination of Russian and Slavic names and that’s an entire topic on this blog! But for my personal tastes, I’ve had fun discovering the name combinations Russian Girl N…
I love the idea of a classic Russian name but am unsure if you can legally use it as a kid name. After reading our blogs on the dangers of the Russian Girl names, I have come up with this list of products you may want to consider stocking so your girl can have a great sounding Russian name.
You cant beat out a cool one on the market for your own child: Tanya. It is an easy and trendy name and as soon as you hear it, it is a snap to add to your bag of new Russian girl names. You can even change the Russian to a more feminine sound. Tanya is a name that has an instant appeal to boys. Old blog: Tanya was just as unique way to describe the Russian and Slavic girl names as it sounds.
If you had the idea of a girl with that name, I can imagine it would be hard for you to be the only person to suggest that she choose it. That is because she may go for a boy that is more feminine, like Alexey. On the other hand, for your girls, the more masculine sound of the word girl may be the name that makes them want to pick it herself.
Tanya comes from the Russian word for night. Its original meaning is ‘the night’. In modern Russian, girls like Tanya are called Tatyana but can also be called Alexandra, Vadim, Tatyana, Tatiana. All the time they are being called Tanya, and they are very proud of it. This is their version of the Night.