Ukrainian names for boys

Andriy

Andriy is a Ukrainian form of Andrew, meaning man; warrior.

Bohdan

Bohdan is a Czech and Ukrainian form of Bogdan, meaning God-gift.

Bohuslav

Bohuslav is a Czech and Ukrainian form of Polish Boguslaw, meaning God-Glory.

Borysko

Borysko is a Ukrainian form of Russian Boris probably meaning fighter, warrior.

Boyko

Ukrainian ethnic group name turned surname turned forename. It started with a group of Ukrainian montagnards of the Carpathian highlands; it is from this ethnic group that the surname derived which turned to forename. The name, itself, derived from the word “bojko”, meaning inhabitant of western Ukraine.

Danilo

Danilo is a Ukrainian form of Daniel, meaning God is my judge.

Dmytro

Dmytro is a Ukrainian form of Greek Demetrios, meaning loves the earth.

Fedir

Fedir is a Ukrainian form of English Theodore, meaning gift of God.

Hedeon

Hedeon is a Ukrainian form of Hebrew Gideon, meaning hewer; one who cuts trees.

Hryhoriy

Hryhoriy is a Ukrainian form of English Gregory, meaning watchful; vigilant.

Krystiyan

Krystiyan is a Ukrainian form of Christian, meaning follower of Christ.

Kyrylo

Kyrylo is a Ukrainian form of English Cyril, meaning lord.

Lyaksandro

Lyaksandro is a Ukrainian form of Alexander, meaning defender of mankind.

Marko

Marko is a Ukrainian form of Marcus, meaning warlike.

Matviyko

Matviyko is a Ukrainian form of Matthew, meaning gift of God.

Mykhailo

Mykhailo is a Ukrainian form of Michael, meaning who is like God?

Mykola

Mykola is a Ukrainian form of Nicholas, meaning victory of the people.

Olek

Olek is a nickname for Ukrainian Oleksander, meaning defender of mankind.

Oleksander

Oleksander is a Ukrainian form of Alexander, meaning defender of mankind.

Oleksiy

Oleksiy is a Ukrainian form of Greek Alexius, meaning defender.

Pavlo

Pavlo is a Ukrainian form of Paul, meaning small.

Petro

Petro is an Esperanto and Ukrainian form of Peter, meaning rock; stone.

Petruso

Petruso is a Ukrainian form of Peter, meaning rock; stone.

Pylyp

Pylyp is a Ukrainian form of English Philip, meaning horse lover.

Symon

Symon is a Ukrainian form of Greek Simon, meaning hearkening.

Taras

Taras is a Russian and Ukrainian form of Greek Tarasios, meaning of Tarentum.

Vasyl

Vasyl is a Ukrainian form of English Basil, meaning king.

Volodymyr

Volodymyr is a Ukrainian form of Slavic Vladimir, meaning famous ruler.

Yakiv

Yakiv is a Ukrainian form of Jacob, meaning supplanter.

Yevheniy

Yevheniy is a Ukrainian form of Eugene, meaning well born.

Yosyp

Yosyp is a Ukrainian form of Joseph, meaning shall add, which is usually taken to mean God will add another son.

Ukrainian boy wearing national costume

Ukrainian boy wearing national costume

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