Russian Name Translations

Type in the translations of the transliterations of the russian names!
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Last updated: March 20, 2018
First submittedJuly 27, 2015
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Yekaterina
Catherine
Ivan
John
Natalya
Natasha
Sasha
Alexander
Andryusha
Andrew
Gosha
George
Vitya
Victor
Dzhozef
Joseph
Mikhail
Michael
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Pavel
Paul
Syoma
Simon
Yacov
Jacob
Varvara
Barbara
Yelizaveta
Elizabeth
Larisa
Laura
Lyudmila
Lucy
Pyotr
Peter
Kolya
Nicholas
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Level 36
Sep 19, 2015
How Vitaly can be Victor or Innokenty can be Joseph?

They are toltally different names. Joseph would be Iosif in Russian.

And the most interesting question is what Svetlana and Lucy have in common?! Lucy would be Lyudmila (Lyusya) in Russian....

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Level 66
Sep 19, 2015
Vitaly is a variation of the name Viktor, with others including Vitya, Vika, Vitenka, Vitka. Svetlana is the closest translation to Lucy, said by three of my native Russian friends, they have the same meaning.
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Level 75
Mar 16, 2018
Vitaly is the russian form of the name "Vitalis" and a completely different name than "Victor", which is also Victor in English. Both names have different meanings, so Vitaly is definitely not the russian form of Victor.
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Level 66
Mar 20, 2018
ok I made everyone happy and changed it to vitya