Russian Background. With almost 144 million people and Moscow as the capital, Russia has always had a complicated history. Under the repressive regimes of Tsars, Bolsheviks and eventually the Communist Party, one would hardly find a country in the world with larger cultural and social differences.
Some Russian names were products of their time. Today those funny Russian names evoke a smile. But their contemporaries are also not far behind 1. Dazdraperma is a womans name derived from abbreviating the slogan Long live May Day! (First of May Labor Day was a holiday during USSR times). 2.
When browsing catalogues with ads of Russian women, you will notice that some names appear again and again: Irina, Julia, Elena, Natalia, Olga, Svetlana There is nothing wrong with it. Also, the same Russian name may be spelled in English in different ways, so don't be confused if she spells her name slightly differently every time.
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