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|[2006-10-06] Zoya - Russian female (women) name|
|It is the name of Old Greek origin and it means "life."
Zoya is an obedient and sociable child. She believes in fairy tales and she gets really upset when she learns that Santa Claus does not exist. Her friends are mainly girls since she is slightly afraid of boys and their wild temper. She is a great storyteller particularly good at horror stories which she invents herself. She is a good aide to her mother.
Zoya is good at the humanities; she loves pets and growing plants. If these hobbies are maintained and developed in her as a child Zoya can make a good biologist in the future. Zoy's q [...] |
|[2006-10-06] Online dating business -a big business in India|
|The Krishnans have been looking for a bride for their son for over two years now. Local marriage bureaus, newspapers and even their family networks haven't helped them find the perfect girl.
They are now considering turning to the Internet - they've heard of these huge databases of prospective brides, available at the press of a button. Trouble is, the Krishnans aren't computer literate, nor do they have access to the Internet.
That's the cue for the entry of Janaki Sharma, a Mumbai-based housewife who has taken on the franchise for an offline centre of one of the leading web-based matrim [...] |
|[2006-10-06] Russian women (female) name day|
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|[2006-10-06] Angela, Angelina - russian women (female) name|
|The girl's name Angela is pronounced AN-je-lah. It is of Greek origin, and its meaning is "messenger; messenger of God." From Church Latin. The older form Angelis has been replaced by Angela, which became popular in Britain and America from the 18th century. The word "angel" is also used as an affectionate term for a good (or pretty) girl. Angie is the pet form; Aingeal is the Irish Gaelic version; . Actresses Angela Lansbury, Angelis Dickinson, Angela Bassett, Angelina Jolie, Angie Harmon.
Angela has 47 variant forms: Aingeal, Ange, Angel, Angele, Angelee, Angelena, Angelene, Angeles, Ange [...] |
|[2006-10-06] Elmira, Almira - russian women (female) name|
|Origin: ArabicMeaning: PrincessUsage: English, Russian, TatarPronounced: il-MEE-raDiminutive: Elmirka, Elmirochka
Elmira is a variant of Almira, which is probably derived from Arabic 'amiri' meaning 'princess'.
Elmira 's greatest need is to talk. If her partner is not a good listener, she has trouble relating. She hates disharmony and disruption, but she enjoys a good argument once in a while - it seems to stir things up. Once she gives her heart away, she is uncompromisingly loyal. [...] |
|[2006-10-06] Venera - russian women (female) name|
|Origin: Roman Mythology Meaning: LoveUsage: Russian, TatarPronounced: vi-NE-raDiminutive: Venerka, Venerochka
Means 'love' in Latin. In ancient Roman mythology Venus was the daughter of Jupiter, the goddess of spring, youth and beauty. She is correspondent to Aphrodite in Greek mythology.
Venera is a gifted person; she is good at music, dance and sports. She is easy-going and refined; she loves extravagant clothes and prefers red and violet colors. People are inclined to take advantage of Venera's sympathetic and tractable nature. [...] |
|[2006-10-06] Elina - russian women (female) name|
|Origin: GreekMeaning: TorchUsage: Finnish, RussianPronounced: e-LEE-naDiminutive: Elinka, Lina, Linochka
Elina is a Finnish form of Helen which possibly comes from either Greek 'helene' – 'torch' or 'corposant', or Greek 'selene' - 'moon'. In Greek mythology Helen was the daughter of Zeus and Leda, whose kidnapping by Paris was the cause of the Trojan War.
Emotional spectrum: a smile gives Elena more face value. She will be very generous to her lover once she has attained a commitment. Your gifts are actually an investment in your partner. She is a sensual and patient lover. [...] |
|[2006-10-06] Albina - russian women (female) name|
|Origin: LatinMeaning: White, brightUsage: Italian, RussianPronounced: al-BEE-naDiminutive: Albinochka, Albinka
Albina is a feminine form of the Roman cognomen Albinus, which was derived from Latin 'albus' - 'white, bright'.
As Albina chooses what to do in life she is guided first of all by her likes and dislikes whereas the consideration of profitability and prestige is definitely secondary. She as a rule knows hot to get on with her husband. She shares his interests, habits and tastes and expects only one thing in return - admiration.Albina is a good housewife and wonderful cook. She loves [...] |
|[2006-10-06] Alsu, Alsou - russian female (women) name|
|Origin: TatarMeaning: Red waterUsage: TatarPronounced: al-SOU
Alsu possesses a practical, efficient, and capable nature, with a desire to participate in business ventures. Able to see how the details of a situation fit into the overall picture, she has good judgment regarding anything of a practical or technical nature. She is efficient, and capable of carrying a lot of responsibility, but her nature is so serious that personal association suffers. [...] |
|[2006-10-06] Reema, Rimma - Russian female (woman) name|
|Origin: UnclearMeaning: From Rome Usage: RussianPronounced: REEM-maDiminutive: Rimka, Rimochka
The name Rimma originates from the name of the city of Rome (Rim in Russian). Since childhood Rimma draws attention to herself with her ability to gain people's confidence and trust. Rimma often works in medic or services sphere. Owing to her bright and pretty appearance Rimma easily finds a decent and suitable man to make a good husband. She seeks a man who will not only be head over heels in love with her but also put up with her foibles and whims. Rimma is a perfect cook particularly good at pas [...] |
|[2006-10-06] Rada - russian female (woman) name|
|Origin: SlavicMeaning: HappyUsage: Russian, Polish, Czech, SlovakPronounced: RAH-daDiminutive: Radka, Radochka
Rada is a short form of Slavic names beginning with the element 'rad' – 'happy'.
Whenever possible, Rada avoids argument and turmoil because she prefers not to face an issue if it means hurting anyone's feelings. She wants a home and family of her own and has the ability to create understanding and harmony in family. [...] |
|[2006-10-06] Raisa - russian women (female) name|
|Origin: Greek / YiddishMeaning: More relaxed / roseUsage: RussianPronounced: ray-EE-sahName day: September 18Diminutive: Raya, Rayechka
The name Raisa possibly comes from Greek 'rhaion' meaning 'more relaxed' or derives from a word in Yiddish meaning 'rose'.
Raisa is a no-nonsense, action-oriented individual. She needs someone who can keep pace with her and who is her intellectual equal -the smarter the better. She has to be proud of her partner. She is privately very sexy, but she does not show this outwardly. [...] |
|[2006-10-06] Antonina - Russian female (woman) name|
|English translation/equivalent: Antonia
Origin: From the Latin surname Antonius, derived from the Greek antìonos, meaning "first–born."
Name Day/Onomastico: May 3—in honor of the maiden St. Antonina, martyred with the soldier Alessandro. [...] |
|[2006-10-06] Dilyara - russian women (female) name|
|Origin: PersianMeaning: Beloved, beauty Usage: MuslimPronounced: dee-LYA-raDiminutive: Dilya
The name of Dilyara contributes sensitive, creative, and idealistic qualities to her nature that could be expressed in a variety of literary or artistic fields. She desires harmony and refinement in her environment and in all her personal associations. Although mentally quick and intuitive in recognizing the thoughts and feelings of others, she experiences a lack of fluency in verbal expression in responding. [...] |
|[2006-10-06] Maya - russian female (woman) name|
|Origin: Hebrew / Indian / Greek / LatinMeaning: Water / illusion / unknownUsage: Jewish, Indian, Greek, RussianPronounced: MAY-aDiminutive: Mayka, Mayechka
Maya is derived from Hebrew 'mayim' - 'water. In Sanskrit 'maya' means 'illusion'. In Greek and Roman mythology Maya was the eldest of the Pleiades, the group of seven stars in the constellation Taurus, who were the daughters of Atlas and Pleione. [...] |
|[2006-10-06] Vita - Russian women (female) name|
|Origin: LatinMeaning: LifeUsage: English, Danish, Ancient Roman, RussianPronounced: VEE-taDiminutive: Vitka, Vitochka
Vita is a Feminine form of Vitus, Roman name which was derived from Latin 'vita' – 'life'.
Vita is attractive and in men's company she becomes the focus of attention. She loves jaunty and catchy clothes. She is a gifted personality. She may happen to draw, dance or write poetry. She is a good housewife, a caring wife and a loving mother.
|[2006-10-06] Zinaida, Zina - russian women (female) name|
|Origin: GreekUsage: RussianPronounced: zi-na-EEdaName day: October 24Diminutive: Zina, Zinochka
This is a Russian form of the Greek name Zenais.
Zinaida is romantic, idealistic, and somehow she believes that to love means to suffer. She winds up serving her mate or attracting people who have unusual troubles. She sees herself as her lover's savior. She is sincere, passionate, lustful, and dreamy. She can't help falling in love. She is easily aroused sexually. [...] |
|[2006-10-06] Roza - russian female (woman) name|
|Origin: LatinMeaning: RoseUsage: ItalianPronounced: ra-SA-liyaDiminutive: Roza, Rozochka
Rosalia is a Late Latin name derived from ' rosa ' – 'rose'.
She is good psychologist; she aspires to comprehend a human being. However, when it comes to men she creates her own ideal and falls in love with it stubbornly ignoring all shortcomings in a real man. Perhaps that is why her marriage is often successful. Roza is talented, hardworking and that is why she can rise in the world and achieve what she wants. [...] |
|[2006-10-06] Nonna - russian female (woman) name|
|Origin: LatinMeaning: NinthUsage: English, RussianPronounced: NON-naDiminutive: Nonka, Nonnochka
Derived from Latin 'nonus' meaning 'ninth'. First used in the 19th-century, it was traditionally given to the ninth child born.
Emotional spectrum: sadness is soon overcome by joy with Nonna. She has a reverence for truth. [...] |
|[2006-10-06] Veronika - russian women (female) name|
|Origin: GreekMeaning: Bringing victoryUsage: English, Russian, Italian, RomanianPronounced: ve-rahn-EE-kaName days: July 25, October 17Diminutive: Nika
Veronika is the Latin form of 'berenice', which is the Macedonian form of the Greek name Pherenike. Pherenike means 'bringing victory' from 'pherein' – 'to bring' and 'nike' – 'victory'. This name was common among the Ptolemy ruling family of Egypt .
Veronika is a shy, timid and indecisive girl. She is very sociable and lively. She can be stubborn but has got a good personality. [...] |
|[2006-10-06] Alisa - russian female (woman) name|
|Origin: GermanicMeaning: NobleUsage: Spanish, English, RussianPronounced: a-LEE-saName day: December 16Diminutive: Aliska, Alisochka
Alisa is a variant of Alicia which is a Latinized form of Alice, a short form of the Old French Adelais, itself a short form of the Germanic name Adalheidis. Adalheidis is composed of the elements 'adal' - 'noble' and 'heid' – 'kind, sort, type'. This was the name of the wife of Otto the Great, and also the wife of King William IV of Britain . A city in Australia bears this name.
Alisa is the name of the heroine of Lewis Carroll's ' Alice 's Adventures in Wonde [...] |
|[2006-10-06] Dina, Deena - russian female (woman) name|
|Origin: HebrewMeaning: JudgedUsage: English, Russian, SpanishPronounced: DIE-naDiminutive: Dinka, Dinochka
The name Dina means 'judged' in Hebrew. According to the Bible, she was the daughter of Yakov and Leah.
Emotional spectrum: Dina is not confrontational, prefers to accommodate. Her middle name is fidelity. She is nurturing and caring. If someone has a problem, this turns her on. She is sexual, passionate, loyal, and intense in her involvements. [...] |
|[2006-10-06] Renata - Russian female (woman) name|
|Origin: LatinMeaning: Born againUsage: Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, German, Polish, Czech, Croatian, Slovene, Russian, TatarPronounced: ri-NAH-tahDiminutive: Renatka, Renatochka
Renata is a feminine form of Renatus, late Latin name meaning 'born again'.
The name of Renata gives its bearer sensitivity and appreciation for the finer and deeper things in life. She enjoys reading, study, and contemplation about many different subjects. This name has taken her into many bitter experiences. The greatest lack in her life is stability and peace of mind. A peaceful and quiet environment, especially [...] |
|[2006-10-06] Erika - Russian female (woman) name|
|Origin: ScandinavianMeaning: Ruler foreverUsage: German, Scandinavian, Hungarian, Czech, SlovenePronounced: ER-ee-ka
Erika is a feminine form of Eric, from the Old Norse name Eirikr, derived from 'ei' - 'ever' and 'rikr' – 'ruler'. Danish invaders first brought the name to England . A famous bearer was Eirikr inn Rauda (Eric the Red in English), a 10th-century navigator and explorer who discovered Greenland . This was also the name of kings of Denmark , Sweden and Norway . [...] |
|[2006-10-06] Ilona - Russian female (woman) name|
|Origin: Hungarian, Finnish and Latvian form of HelenMeaning: Torchlight, shining oneUsage: Hungarian, Finnish, LatvianPronounced: ee-LO-naDiminutive: Ilonka, Ilonochka
Possibly from either Greek 'helene' - 'torch' or 'corposant', or Greek 'selene' - 'moon'. In Greek mythology Helen was the daughter of Zeus and Leda, whose kidnapping by Paris was the cause of the Trojan War.
Emotional spectrum: a smile gives Elena more face value. She will be very generous to her lover once she has attained a commitment. Your gifts are actually an investment in your partner. She is a sensual and patient lover [...] |
|[2006-10-06] Eleonora - russian female (woman) name|
|Origin: Germanic / Greek Meaning: Unknown / Torch Usage: Italian, RussianPronounced: elio-NO-raName day: July 11, December 26Diminutive: Nora, Elya, Elechka
Eleonora is an Italian form of Eleanor which comes from the French form of the Provencal name Alienor, which is most likely a Germanic name of unknown meaning, though it is possibly a form of Helen. This name was borne by Eleanor of Aquitaine (12th century), the wife of both Louis VII, the king of France, and Henry II, the king of England . More recently it was borne by the wife of American president Franklin Roosevelt. [...] |
|[2006-10-06] Nelli, Nelya, Nelia - russian female (woman) name|
|Origin: Germanic / Greek Meaning: Unknown / Torch Usage: English, RussianPronounced: NEL-eeName day: November 10Diminutive: Nel'ka, Nelechka
It is a medieval nick name of Eleonora which comes from the French form of the Provencal name Alienor, which is most likely a Germanic name of unknown meaning, though it is possibly a form of Helen. This name was borne by Eleanor of Aquitaine (12th century), the wife of both Louis VII, the king of France, and Henry II, the king of England. More recently it was borne by the wife of American president Franklin Roosevelt. [...] |
|[2006-10-06] Inessa - russian female (woman) name|
|Origin: GreekMeaning: ChasteUsage: RussianPronounced: ee-NES-saName day: January 21, September 10Diminutive: Inessochka, Inna
Inessa is a variant of the name Ines/Agnes which is a Latinized form of the Greek name Hagne, derived from Greek 'hagnos' meaning 'chaste'.
Inessa is hospitable and her family life is as a rule successful with Inessa being the leader. [...] |
|[2006-10-06] Susanna - russian female (woman) name|
|Origin: HebrewMeaning: Lily / roseUsage: English, Italian, Swedish, Finnish, RussianPronounced: soo-SAN-aDiminutive: Susannochka
From Sousanna, the Greek form of the Hebrew name Shoshannah which was derived from the Hebrew word 'shushan' meaning 'lily' (in modern Hebrew this also means 'rose'). This name occurs in the Bible Apocrypha as the name of a woman falsely accused of adultery. The prophet Daniel clears her name by tricking her accusers, who end up being condemned themselves. [...] |
|[2006-10-06] Kristina - russian female (woman) name|
|Origin: LatinMeaning: ChristianUsage: Russian, Ukrainian Pronounced: kris-TEEN-a Name day: March 26, August 6 Diminutive: Kristya, Kristinka
Kristina is a feminine form of Christian which comes from a medieval Latin name that meant 'Christian'. This was the name of ten kings of Denmark . Another famous bearer of the name was Hans Christian Andersen, the Danish author of such fairy tales as 'The Ugly Duckling' and 'The Emperor's New Clothes'. This was the name of a Swedish queen of the 17th century who was interested in the arts and philosophy. [...] |
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