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Adam - m (English, French, German, Dutch, Polish, Czech, Slovak, Russian, Ukrainian, Romanian, Hebrew, Arabic, Biblical, Biblical Latin, Biblical Greek, Biblical Hebrew)
Adrian - m (English, Romanian, Polish, German, Russian)
Afanasi - m (Russian)
Afanasiy - m (Russian)
Afanasy - m (Russian)
Agafya - f (Russian)
Agata - f (Italian, Spanish, Swedish, Polish, Czech, Slovene, Russian, Croatian)
Aglaya - f (Russian)
Agnessa - f (Russian)
Agrafena - f (Russian)
Akilina - f (Russian)
Akim - m (Russian)
Aksinya - f (Russian)
Akulina - f (Russian)
Albert - m (English, French, German, Slovene, Polish, Russian, Dutch, Scandinavian, Ancient Germanic)
Aleksandr - m (Russian)
Aleksei - m (Russian)
Aleksey - m (Russian)
Alexei - m (Russian)
Alexey - m (Russian)
Alisa - f (Russian)
Allochka - f (Russian)
Alyona - f (Russian)
Alyosha - m (Russian)
Alyusha - f (Russian)
Anastasia - f (Greek, English, Russian, Ancient Greek)
Anatoli - m (Russian)
Anatoliy - m (Russian)
Anatoly - m (Russian)
Andrei - m (Romanian, Russian, Bulgarian, Old Church Slavic)
Anfisa - f (Russian)
Angelina - f (Italian, English, Russian, German, Polish, Spanish)
Ania - f (Polish, Russian)
Anisim - m (Russian)
Anna - f (English, Italian, German, Dutch, Scandinavian, Finnish, Estonian, Greek, Hungarian, Polish, Russian, Czech, Slovak, Bulgarian, Icelandic, Catalan, Proven├žal, Breton, Biblical, Old Church Slavic, Biblical Latin, Biblical Greek)
Annushka - f (Russian)
Anton - m (German, Russian, Scandinavian, Bulgarian, Ukrainian, Slovene, Romanian, Estonian, Dutch)
Antonina - f (Italian, Polish, Russian, Ancient Roman)
Anushka - f (Russian)
Anya - f (Russian)
Anzhela - f (Russian)
Anzhelina - f (Russian)
Apollinariya - f (Russian)
Arina - f (Russian)
Arisha - f (Russian)
Aristarkh - m (Russian)
Arkadi - m (Russian)
Arkadiy - m (Russian)
Arkady - m (Russian)
Arkhip - m (Russian)
Arseni - m (Russian)
Arseniy - m (Russian)
Artur - m (German, Portuguese, Galician, Russian, Slovene, Polish, Czech, Romanian)
Artyom - m (Russian)
Asya - f (Russian)
Avdotya - f (Russian)
Benedikt - m (German, Russian)
Bogdan - m (Polish, Russian, Slovene, Bulgarian, Serbian, Romanian)
Bogdana - f (Polish, Russian, Slovene, Bulgarian, Serbian, Romanian)
Bohdana - f (Russian)
Boris - m (Bulgarian, Russian, Slovene, German, History)
Borislav - m (Bulgarian, Serbian, Russian)
Borislava - f (Bulgarian, Serbian, Russian)
Borya - m (Russian)
Bronislav - m (Czech, Slovak, Russian)
Bronislava - f (Czech, Slovak, Russian)
Ctekosa - f (Russian)
Cyzarine - f (Russian)
Daniil - m (Russian)
Danil - m (Russian)
Darya - f (Russian)
David - m (English, Hebrew, French, Spanish, Portuguese, German, Scandinavian, Dutch, Czech, Slovene, Russian, Croatian, Serbian, Biblical, Biblical Latin)
Denis - m (French, Russian, English, German, Czech, Slovak, Slovene, Romanian)
Desya - m (Russian)
Diana - f (English, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Catalan, German, Dutch, Romanian, Russian, Lithuanian, Roman Mythology)
Dmitri - m (Russian)
Dmitrii - m (Russian)
Dmitriy - m (Russian)
Dmitry - m (Russian)
Dominika - f (Czech, Slovak, Slovene, Russian, Polish)
Dorofei - m (Russian)
Dorofey - m (Russian)
Dunya - f (Russian)
Dunyasha - f (Russian)
Eduard - m (German, Russian, Czech, Slovak, Catalan)
Ekaterina - f (Bulgarian, Macedonian, Russian)
Elena - f (Italian, Spanish, Bulgarian, Romanian, Macedonian, Lithuanian, Russian, Medieval Slavic)
Elizaveta - f (Russian)
Ermolai - m (Russian)
Esfir - f (Russian)
Eva - f (Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, English, German, Dutch, Scandinavian, Czech, Bulgarian, Slovene, Russian, Old Church Slavic, Biblical Latin)
Evdokiya - f (Bulgarian, Russian)
Evgeni - m (Bulgarian, Russian)
Evgeniy - m (Russian)
Evgeniya - f (Bulgarian, Russian)
Evgeny - m (Russian)
Evokiya - f (Russian)
Evpraksiya - f (Russian)
Faddei - m (Russian)
Faddey - m (Russian)