Ukrainian names for girls

Anastasiya

Anastasiya is a Russian and Ukrainian form of Latin Anastasia, meaning resurrection.

Bohdana

Bohdana is a feminine form of Czech/Ukrainian Bohdan, meaning God-gift.

Bohuslava

Bohuslava is a feminine form of Czech/Ukrainian Bohuslav, meaning God-glory.

Boyka

Boyka is a feminine form of Ukrainian Boyko, meaning inhabitant of western Ukraine.

Daniela

Daniela is a feminine form of Italian Daniele and Ukrainian Danilo, meaning God is my judge.

Daryna

Daryna is a Ukrainian form of Roman Daria, meaning possesses a lot; wealthy.

Kalyna

Kalyna is a Ukrainian name derived from the Ukrainian name of a guilder rose plant.

Kateryna

Kateryna is a Ukrainian form of Katherine, meaning pure.

Ukrainian girl wearing national costume

Ukrainian girl wearing national costume

Lyudmyla

Lyudmyla is a Ukrainian form of Czech/Russian Ludmila meaning people’s favor.

Mikhaila

Mikhaila is a variant of Ukrainian Mykhaila, meaning who is like God?.

Mykhaila

Mykhaila is a feminine form of Ukrainian Mykhailo, meaning **who is like God? **.

Nataliya

Nataliya is a Ukrainian and Russian form of Natalia, meaning birthday, or in Church Latin Christmas day.

Natalka

Natalka is a Ukrainian pet form of Nataliya, meaning birthday, or in Church Latin Christmas day.

Oksana

Oksana is a Russian and Ukrainian form of Greek Xenia, meaning hospitable (especially to foreigners and strangers).

Olena

Olena is a Ukrainian form of Helen, meaning orch or moon or more likely to elope.

Oxana

Oxana is a variant of Russian/Ukrainian Oksana, meaning hospitable (especially to foreigners and strangers).

Ukrainian girl wearing national costume

Ukrainian girl wearing national costume

Sofiy

Sofiy is a Russian and Ukrainian form of Greek Sophia, meaning wisdom.

Svetlana

Svetlana (Russian) or Svitlana (Ukrainian) is a name meaning light, bright, pure soul. Shortened variants: Sveta or Lana.

Vasylina

Vasylina is a feminine form of Ukrainian Vasyl, meaning king.

Viktoriya

Viktoriya is a Russian and Ukrainian form of Roman Victoria, meaning to conquer; victory.

Wasylyna

Wasylyna is a feminine form of Ukrainian Wasyl, meaning king.

Ukrainian girl wearing national costume

Ukrainian girl wearing national costume

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