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English Equivalents to Slavic Names

What is the (common) English equivalent to these Slavic names? You need to write out the whole name, sorry.
A space is left blank when there is no suitable equivalent/the equivalent is too similar to the English form.
Source of names: Behind The Name
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Quiz by Etanna
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Last updated: February 4, 2018
First submittedFebruary 4, 2018
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CROATIAN
CZECH
MACEDONIAN
POLISH
UKRAINIAN
SLOVENE
RUSSIAN
ENGLISH
Matej
Matyáš
Matej
Maciej
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Matic
Matvey
Matthew
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Alicja
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Alisa
Alice
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Bedřich
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Fryderyk
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Friderik
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Frederick
Karla
Karolína
Karolina
Karolina
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Karolina
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Charlotte
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Eliška
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Liliana
Yelyzaveta
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Yelizaveta
Elizabeth
Ilija
Ilja
Ile
Eliasz
Ilija
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Ilya
Elijah
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Evžen
Evgenij
Eugeniusz
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-
Yevgeni
Eugene
Ruža
Růžena
Ruzha
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-
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Rose
Đuro
Jiří
Gjorgji
Jerzy
Yuriy
Jurij
Yegor
George
Kristofor
Kryštof
Hristofor
Krzysztof
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Krištof
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Christopher
Vilim
Vilém
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-
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Viljem
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William
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Luděk
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Ludwik
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Alojz
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Lewis
Jelena
Alena
Elena
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Olena
Jelena
Alyona
Helen
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Markéta
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Małgorzata
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Marjeta
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Margaret
Ivan
Jan
Ivan
Janusz
Ivan
Jan
Ivan
John
Petar
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Petar
Piotr
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-
Pyotr
Peter
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-
-
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Fedir
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Fyodor
Theodor
Sonja
Žofie
Sonja
Zosia
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Sonja
Sonya
Sophia
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level 70
Feb 3, 2018
Very nice Quiz :) Are you Slavic? And few Slavic languages are missing here.
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level 60
Feb 4, 2018
Thank you :) Yes, I'm Czech. There are too many Slavic languages for this kind of a quiz - it wouldn't fit in a table :D I'm intending to do a part two with a slightly different set of languages :)
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level 59
Feb 5, 2018
Nice, but you have a few mistakes in polish: Elizabeth is not Liliana, but Elżbieta Rose is Róża Helen is Helena John is Jan, not Janusz Theodor is Teodor
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level 60
Feb 5, 2018
Those are not mistakes. I didn't include names that are almost identical to the English equivalent (Teodor, Helena) because then it would be pointless to take this quiz. As to Liliana and Janusz - Elźbieta is too similar to Elizabeth so I opted for a different name used in Poland that is considered an equivalent of the English name (this is the case of many translations of Helena for example), if Liliana is not used in Poland though, I can change it (but the source I used listed it as such). And finally, as to Janusz, I decided to go for a different variant so that Jan would not be there thrice (the same reason why Karla is used for Croatian even though Karolina is also popular there).
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level 60
Feb 5, 2018
If any of the names are not used in the country/are only diminutives and not real names, I'll be grateful for a notification so I can change it. Thank you for taking this quiz! :)