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Why do Russians have such a small variety of names? Are they allowed to pick baby names only from some special list? I've never heard that a Russian would have a name like Robert, Tomas or Martin, which are very widespread in other countries. Is it because of Orthodoxy?
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>>89709997
There are few famous Roberts in Russia. I never heard about Tomas and Martin, but there are few Russians with Anglos names like Harry, Albert, tho they are pretty rare.
No list but parents can be refused to register baby with weird name like Satan etc.
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slavshit headas are little
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>>89709997
Tatars and Azerbaijanis can have names like Robert, Eduard, Rinat, Ernest, Artur, Marat, Rafael, Marcel. Any Russian with these names is always a non-white, so that's probably why Slavic Russians refrain from using these names.
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>>89709997
>>89710533

this
For example the name Arthur. For me it doesn't refer to famous king of egends but rather to low tier armenian who works in road construction sites.
These names are usually taken by nations from Caucasus and slavs don't want to be associated with such.
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>>89710533
>>89710678
I see.
What about Russian name trends? Are there any names getting more and more popular, and what are some typical old man Russian names?
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>>89709997
because all names outside of standart circle are considered ancient
Like Tihon Elisey
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>>89709997
I'm gonna give my son germanic name.
What's the best?
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>>89711230
Mohamed
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>>89711230
Friedrich.
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>>89711135
in 2000s there was trend to name with old Slavic names like Svetoslav, Gleb. In end of 80s there was trend to name girls Lena, Natasha, in 90s there was trend to name girls Nastya. Now there are no any noticable trends. People tends to name babies with common names now.
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>>89711230
Henrik
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>>89711230
This >>89711276
Also you can add second one, like Hans
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>>89711230
Adolf, obviously
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>>89709997
And I've never seen a German called Ivan, Dimitry, Ilya or Igor. Your point?
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>>89710391
Satanov
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>>89711230

Karasik
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>>89711430
What about Volga Germans?
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>>89711430
I knew Volga German with name Dmitry
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>>89711471
Its family name. We are talking about first names
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>>89709997
There were many different names before (many of them similar to world names), but it's usually considered archaic names.
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>>89711430
Also, I knew French with name Igor.
And I know Ivan is pretty popular in Latin America.
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slavic names are dumb.

I will use Germanic or Scandinavian ones.
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>>89711430
Well, Ivan, Dimitry and Ilya have their German counterparts (Johan/Hans, Demetrius, Elias).
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>>89709997
I ask myself the same question. I think russia had greater variety of names in the previous centuries (many perfectly legit names nowadays thought as archaic and naming someone with such a name whould be considered meming), but Sovietsky Soyuz somehow managed to fuck up naming conventions and shrink pool of names by a great margin
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>>89711624
Ivan is also a chinese name in HK.
I know Ivan from over there
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>>89711643
theres always high-quality GREEK names
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>>89711528
I know ruskov, byt it sounded funny in my autist brain
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>>89711471
U mean 'Satanoff'? Could be legit russian émigré to France
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>>89711703
fuck them. I have it and I dislike it strongly because every person who I shared this name with was a total cunt and also people with this name tend to become meme on the internet somehow.
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>>89711727
Kek is this how France frenchified Russophone names ? Because it sounds Jew, not French
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>>89711710
The most funny Russian family name I heard, was Motorin.
I don't count Vagina, because its female variant of Vagin, which is have no any relation to vagina in Russian language. It sounds funny for English-speaking only.
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Mihail Jackson
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>>89711703
Eratosfen, k doske, blyat
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>>89711825
But what's funny about Motorin

On the countrary Vagin spoken with a thick Russian accent is hilarious
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>>89711844
Mikhail Ivanoff
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>>89711703
Stepan is a cool one
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My name is Konstantin
rate
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>>89711951
Because it actully comes from motor. Guy, I knew, have family name which is came from motor, I don't know the story behind it.
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>>89711898
Watashi Nihongo wakarimasen!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bXK25VEKbgc
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>>89711786
>>89711672
That is exectly what I was talking about. Ivan meme is mostly true because russians themselves consider people called by an unusual name as a meme, and that sucks
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>>89712058
I think motor is "movement" in greek or latin
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>>89710678
Why do they adopt Anglo names?
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>>89712147
Yeah. And it consisted of rotor and stator.
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>>89712147
Its foreign word in Russian means only engine.
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>>89712026
Always found Stepans and Styopas (diminutive form) funny for some unknown reason
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>>89709997
>I've never heard that a Russian would have a name like Robert, Tomas or Martin
Yeah because russians don't suck western dick like the butthurt belt, slavbitch.
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>>89712097
Hakamada during her primary school, can imagine
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>>89712357
She attended 57, amirite?
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how common is artyom? is it a good name? i really like it
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>>89712432
Grayish name, but it is trendy indeed.
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>>89712461
>>89712432
A R T E M Y L E B E D E V
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What do you think about Anton? To me, Anton sounds like a name of a guy with which you better not mess with.
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>>89712536
It's the single pussiest name in the whole world. Antons are ultimate bitchboys.
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>>89712536
In my class there was boy with name Anton. He was fatass. Now this name always associate for me with fat silly person.
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>>89712536
I knew a Russian Anton who was a complete hipster and insisted people call him "Tony" instead.
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>>89712504
P
I
D
O
R
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>>89712655
cringe
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>>89712536
Anton is a fairly common name here. They are always the swedish version of gopniks.
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>>89712536
>anton
Lol, literally a name for a police wagon here
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>>89712536
In my own experience, Antons are usually just normal and completely chill guys
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>>89711230
Axel or Gustaf
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>>89712699
Can't agree less
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>>89709997
Aside from a handful of ancient slavic names still in use (Ivan, Stanislav, Vladimir) the rest are as in any country - names of saints canonized by the church. In the case of orthodoxy these are predominantly greek - Dmitry, Nikolai, Elena, Maria etc. - but russified. This is pretty common.
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>>89711230
Helmut
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>>89711230
I would want to reveal it to u, but I already secured it for my own son, ha!
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I always wanted to call my son in old slavic name
like Tyagnibok or a Svetozar
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I am sirgay...
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>>89712937
Call him Bogatyr.
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>>89709997
>I've never heard that a Russian would have a name like Robert, Tomas or Martin
Robert is germanic name. Thomas is Foma in russian, Martin is Martyn, both considered old and some kind obsolete names from the past.
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>>89712937
>Tyagnibok
There are no such actual name
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>>89712937
Indeed, why not try fucking Svetosaur and get your child memed at
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>>89712965
Oh, that creepy belorussian zmagardish habit, to write it in maximum weird ways like Siurhueueouei or something like that
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>>89713017
>Foma
It used to be total peasant's name in Russian Empire.
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>>89712830
>ancient slavic names
>Ivan
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>>89709997
Russia is big, Russia has everything. Did you know that Russia has N-A-M-E-S?
Aлeкcaндp
Aлeкceй
Aнaтoлий
Aндpeй
Aнтoн
Apкaдий
Apceний
Apтeм
Бoгдaн
Бopиc
Baдим
Baлeнтин
Baлepий
Bacилий
Bиктop
Bитaлий
Bлaдимиp
Bлaдиcлaв
Bячecлaв
Гeннaдий
Гeopгий
Глeб
Гpигopий
Дaниил
Дeниc
Дмитpий
Eвгeний
Eгop
Ивaн
Игopь
Илья
Киpилл
Кoнcтaнтин
Лeoнид
Maкap
Maкcим
Mapк
Maтвeй
Mихaил
Hикитa
Hикoлaй
Oлeг
Пaвeл
Пeтp
Poмaн
Pycлaн
Cвятocлaв
Ceмeн
Cepгeй
Cтaниcлaв
Cтeпaн
Tимoфeй
Фeдop
Юpий
Яpocлaв
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>>89713096
Yeah it's actually a variant of John, nevermind.
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>>89712830
>Ivan
That's the same as John. It's a Hebrew name.
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>>89713110
Aaand... That's about it. Nothing less, nothing more. Enjoy your little pool of name (which is in fact a puddle)
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>>89713299
What a pity that we can't name our newborns Tyrone.
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>>89712181
To make themselves feel more prestigious about it I guess?
They are all about show off.
It is common for them to live in small apartments with 10 people in one room but they must show off so they try to wear armani suits and buy BMWs instead.
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>>89713348
>What a pity that we can't name our newborns Tyrone
>Not naming him DeShawnteus
Are you even trying?
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Alexandr Alexandrovich sounds like an original and rare name for me.
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I'm just going to blame the Jews for this
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>>89712937
For me, it is Bronislav

or Svyatobor or Belogor
Perhaps even Gorisvet
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some ppl are martins

thomas is a gay cuck angloid name
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>>89713110
>no Apиcтapх
dropped
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Poбepт
Robert. Is that right?
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My great-grandfather's father quarreled with local priest. As a revenge said priest almost named great-grandfather Akakii.
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>>89713553
yes
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>>89713430
San Sanych log in plz.
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>>89713492
What about Фoмa?
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>>89713299
There are also female names. And a shit load of retarded ones, like Panteleimon or Yemelya
Aлeкcaндpa
Aлeнa
Aлинa
Aлиca
Aллa
Aнacтacия
Aнгeлинa
Aннa
Aнтoнинa
Apинa
Baлeнтинa
Baлepия
Bapвapa
Bacилиca
Bepa
Bepoникa
Bиктopия
Гaлинa
Дapья
Eвa
Eвгeния
Eвдoкия
Eкaтepинa
Eлeнa
Eлизaвeтa
Жaннa
Зинaидa
Злaтa
Зoя
Ивaннa
Иpинa
Ия
Киpa
Кpиcтинa
Кceния
Лидия
Любoвь
Людмилa
Mapгapитa
Mapинa
Mapия
Mилaнa
Haдeждa
Haтaлья
Hинa
Oльгa
Пoлинa
Paиca
Cвeтлaнa
Coфия
Taиcия
Taмapa
Taтьянa
Ульянa
Юлия
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>>89713645
>Yemelya
Should come with pechka and schuka.
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Top two badass slav name
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>>89709997
Greater part of traditional russian commoner names was eradicated during soviet era. Soviet poeple get rid of their peasant names, such a fedot, zahar, prosviry, inokenty, gavril, filip, evstafy, kuzma, foma, androp, nikifor. These names are very common in classic russian literature, but completely forgotten in soviet era. Citizens begin giving their children names of tzarist era nobles, Alexandr, Pyotr, Dmitry, Vladimir, Pavel e.t.c.
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>>89713110
>Ceмeн
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>>89712210
same here
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>>89714049
>Semen King
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>>89712536
my name is antun
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>>89714049
Russia is so big we even have (s)Perm
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>>89713795
Ah, my ride on muh pechka it's butiful
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>>89714049
Fun fact: Ceмeн name is used as "sameperson" in russian internets.
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>>89714246
Based pechka. Much better than stupid western burzhuikas and camins.
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>>89712536
ANTON - GANDON!
AXAXAXAXAXAXAXAXAXXXXAAA1!!111
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>>89714287
Not so fun fact: real pronunciation of this name is Syemyon.
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This is a list of a names every person should name their children that is from German SS manual.

I quite like these names. So if you want germanic name feel free to use them.
1/2
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>>89711230
Mel
(Marx, Engels, Lenin)
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>>89714370
2/2
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>>89712536

Its originally a finish name Anttoni, derived of the more ancient form Antti.

Really a quite nice name, not the best but atleast your parents were dabbling with finnic mythology.

Any Anton should just have faith in the fact that the origins of his name are in the world oldest(Finland) culture.
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>>89714009
>commies declare the revolution of the workers and peasants and denounce the aristocracy as the exploiter class
>under communism, everyone stops using peasant names and adopts the names of the aristocracy
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>>89714370
>>89714421
Observe that these names are now blacklisted in Germany and most Germans unless they're 80 years old have Jewish names like David, Sarah, and Jacob given to them by their parents out of guilt.
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>>89714471
Probably it was planned as desacralization of noble class.
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>>89714583

These names are germanic shit.

Finland is where its at in terms of names. A real powerhouse.
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>>89714463
LOL what. Anton is descended from from the Latin 'Antonius'.
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>>89714463
>norwegian education
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>>89711230
adidas
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>>89714009
>>89714471
I heard there similar tendency in India. People from low castes tends to change family names to family names of brahmins
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>>89714680

No its not. Look at the history of finnish names.


Anttoni is derived from Antti.
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>>89714772

Yeah and you are saying?

I don't work on these terms of irony? What is your point?
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>>89714878
Anton and Anthony are latin names not fucking finnish
Anttoni is just a finnish version of anthony
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>>89712536
Anton is good
Russia has some great names tbqh
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Also this is why so many Koreans are named Kim, Park, and Lee. In pre-20th century Korea, the commoners had no surnames; that was reserved for the gentry. After the Japanese introduced universal education, most Koreans simply took the surname of Kim or Park since those were prominent noble families.
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>>89714933
Anton gandon
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>>89714981
>American education
Those are family names. In Korean language Family name goes first.
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>>89715037
>Those are family names. In Korean language Family name goes first.
That is what I meant, I just didn't phrase it that well. Yeah I know they have the surname first, same as China and Vietnam.
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Is there any explanation of why the T is replaced with F in Foma?
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>>89713824
How's Boris viewed in Russia ? I've always thought he was more for western audience than anything. Is he popular in slavic countries or is he just seen as a monkey dancing for westerners ?
I like him a lot. Made me cook quite a lot of things
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>>89714927

No nonono these are derived from the finnish name Antti.


Are you retarded?
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>>89712316
Giving biblical names to children in countries that have been Christian for almost a thousand years is somehow sucking western dick. Almost all European countries have used their variants of names like Christian, Joseph, and Thomas for centuries.
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>>89715178
>or is he just seen as a monkey dancing for westerners ?
Yes.
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>>89715216
No they fucking aren't
what the fuck are you on about
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>>89715136
Yeah, Russian speed-skater, Victor An, took this name after he adopted Russian citizenship. Originally he was Ahn Hyun-soo
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>>89715178
You made me think about it, and I think this name became quite unpopular after Boris Eltzin.
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>>89714370
Most of these names were rarely used in Germany even at that time; the SS just went around and dug up a bunch of ancient Germanic names like Brunnhild and Dagobert that probably hadn't been seen since the Middle Ages at most.
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>>89715283

Opiskele vähän suomee.


Finnish is the oldest language in the world so naturally this name "antti" = anttoni is finnish.

Are you high on something now?
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>>89715232
Joseph and Thomas have been used by Indian Christians for well over a thousand years.

There was a Mongol Christian named George at the time of Genghis.
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>>89715360
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Antti
you're fucking autistic
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>>89715360
I think you're incorrect m8
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>>89715394

Ok you got me man I'm just drunk as fuck.

What about Jouni? What type of a name is this.
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>>89715394
https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/Anttoni
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>>89715443
>Jouni
its fucking john in finnish
https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/Jouni
nothing original
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>>89715394

Although that name is not derived its locally born in finland. This english bullshit is just shit.
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>>89714421
>>89714370

Sigurd and Osvald. my favorite names.

I wish I was named Sigurd Palmgren or Osvald Fredenberg
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>>89715360
People were named anthony in Rome before any contact with Finland, anon.
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>>89715507
almost every country in europe has their own version of anthony, anton and john
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>>89715497

HAHAHAHA no fuck
are you stupid?


jhahhahahahaha
fucking this man. We have this culture that is older than this people can even see and he is putting up shit?
what are you high?
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>>89715513
>fredenberg
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>>89715178
Well, most people are unaware of his 'campaign' before the Dissolution and personally I consider his support for Russia's and other Soviet substates' independence quite bald but on the other side he did appear as a monkey in many public situations as a president. Maybe it's due to his inexperience with being a president of a newly born democratic nation with economic reformation underway, dunno really. But then again, putin's presedency suspends Yeltsin's role in developing democracy/economy and thus making him appear as a side character whos aim was to attract attention while kgb and stuff takes full contol (not a paranoid theory, though)
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>>89715553
I started thinking of names that sound native to Finland, like Väinö. Can't find any etymology for that one
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Also Vietnam has billions of Nguyens because the Nguyen Dynasty took power at the start of the 19th century and many people decided to name themselves after the ruling family (apparently there was no prohibition on commoners taking noble surnames like in some other countries). It's essentially as common as Smith is in the United States.
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>>89715561

And what is the name Sierge?

You are not taking into account that all these names came from finland and the shit you are taking from wikipedia is just retrospect 50iq shit.
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>>89715621
>Väinö
For me it sounds like variant of John
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>>89715561
>>89715645
dude thats like fucking saying that the name Antun is a Croatian name because U instead of O
you're fucking retarded, stop drinking you fucking autist
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>>89715621
Aino is cute. Shame that my father/his relatives (who are mostly karjala with a bit of finns) beared ass-nigga boring russian names
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>>89715718
>Bяинё
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>>89715718
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>>89715719

Antti is originally finnish from the oldest language in europe=Suomi.

You can rot in your shitty beliefs but what I give is the truth and nothing else.
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>>89715776
Diminutive variant of Ivan in Russian is Vanya
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Ramzan
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>>89715607
>>89715346
Well I meant about Life of Boris' channel but that's an interesting thing about Soviet/Russian history.
The dissolution of the USSR is really murky in propaganda in the west so it's interesting to see some take from actual Russian people. Cheers.
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>>89715719

HAHAHAHA you are full of shit, just citing some english wikipedia.
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>>89715822
Antti is a cognate to the name Anton which comes from latin
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>>89715829
Ah. I did suspect it had some roots in the East
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>>89712536
Like it was mentioned earlier, Anton-Gondon
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>>89715844
Muslim name, as far as I remember it means "victim" in Arabic.
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>>89715878
dude i am not going to argue with you if you're fucking drunk
you're so fucking stupid jesus christ
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>>89715719

Lets give this ape another lesson. Where does the name Tapio come from? Is it another form of "john". OMG fuck you shit.
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>>89715905
Ah
So THAT'S why everyone makes an apology to him
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>>89715950
At this point you're just being obnoxious you know.
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>>89715950
Tapio is a finnish name coming from finland
just like Hrvoje is a croatian name coming from croatia
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>>89715933

Luckily not as stupid as you. I won this round.
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>>89715159
th = f in Russian. Theodore = Fydor, marathon = marafon, Athens = Afini, and so on.
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>>89716000
sure you did
good night Antti :)
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>>89715993

GO home brown man. Can you drive me another taxi to the beach? Right fuck you.
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>>89715019
I now see the problem
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>>89715905
ramzan mean ramadan
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>>89716056
lmfao
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>>89716047
>>89716047
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ddDbXTLlhSEhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ddDbXTLlhSEhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ddDbXTLlhSEhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ddDbXTLlhSE
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>>89716105
oh you're a weeb too
what a combo
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>>89711230
Igor is a common name in Russia and has Germanic roots. It's the name of one of the first rulers of Rus'.
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>>89716105
Are you a forest Finn (:D) that speaks Meänkieli or something?
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>>89714009
Curious how Khrushchev ended up with a first name (Nikita) that seems to be more of a noble one considering his parents were just some redneck peasants from Ukraine.
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>>89716097

what hurting your "roman" feelings.

Go back to your hut whatever. You know nothing about anything.

Have you ever even owned a forrest? LIke what the fuck?


Been to the artic? NAH? what the fuck? You see yourself as a person? I surely don't think you are more than the african immigrant now.

?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????
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>>89715159
Th is replaced because we have no th sound
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>>89716191
dude i have nothing to do with 'romans'
why are you so fucking butthurt lmao
>Go back to your hut whatever. You know nothing about anything.
ironic
>Have you ever even owned a forrest? LIke what the fuck?
hahaha
>Been to the artic? NAH? what the fuck? You see yourself as a person? I surely don't think you are more than the african immigrant now.
no i haven't been to the arctic mate, i think most of us haven't
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>>89716145
Also Oleg.
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>>89715905
>>89715966
No. Kurban means victim
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>>89715178
>I've always thought he was more for western audience than anything
Wow, how did you find out? Are you a philosopher or something? Russian Youtube is in its own own separate reality, he would never be able to make it there with that level of content. No one knows him here, apart from linguistic geniuses like me. And I think his videos are incredibly cringy, even thinking about them is painful. All he does is exploiting 15 years old memes and romantisizing poverty (meanwhile he's some Estonian richfag). I'd prefer not being represented at all, than being represented by someone like that.
Still, some people try to play along with this whole gopnik bullshit, because they think being a clown and a laughing stock is better than being "le ebil gommie".
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>>89716177
No famous nobles with such name, therefore it was probably peasant's name in Empire
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>>89716270

So you are just another piece of shit?

Why should I care about anything you say from now on?

From a dirty balkan shithole? And you say these uneducated things? Are you any better than some dude from nigeria? I don't think so.
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>>89716424
i could say the same shit about you
fucking oil nigger
you've been proven wrong multiple times you drunk fuck
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>>89716177
Not noble enough. Also, this name still in use even in modern days, along with Ivan, Ilya,
Iconic Rus names.
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>>89716471

From now on over these things you say are coming from a migrant perspective= to be ignored at once.

Why could you "people" just not make your own system in your third world and not bother normal people with your "knowledge of history".

GET THE FUCK OUT.
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>>89716410
>>89716177
>>89714009
Pretty sure lower class still named their children Piotr, Dmitriy and Alexander etc even back before the revolution. Those old names started going out of fashion much earlier.
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>>89716580
my grandma's surname is Ika which is a old nordic name
do you think i give a fuck?
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>>89716471
Just ignore him, stop getting trolled.
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>>89716642

I think you are a piece of LIKA=dirt.
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>>89716650
i have nothing better to do mate
might as well take the bait
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>>89716603
We haven't live in that era, only source we have it's literature. Tolstoy, Dostoevsky, Goncharov. It's all according to them.
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>>89713348
Cant Russians have two first names? Here it used to be really usual in the distant past. I think it was a German influence. But it´s really popular nowadays. Names like Karl Erik or Kristjan Martin are pretty common.
>>89713435
when in doubt
>>89713587
>Akakii
What does it mean? Here there are some old gravestones with last names like Sitakott(shitbag). When Estonians got their last names they weren´t really original. Some names are almost like Native American names (Heli Tamm = Sound Oak)
Most popular Estonian last names are: Tamm (oak), Saar(island) and Sepp(smith).
>>89714307
top comfy
>>89714670
>>89715621
t. Jukka Saarinen
Have a Finnish name generator: https://elonen.iki.fi/code/misc-notes/finnish-name-generator/
>>89715621
Roope
Panu
Esko
Aapo
Esa-Pekka
Torsti
Sampsa
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Best Russian names:
Khabib
Akhmed
Adlan
Dzhokhar
Aldar
Salman
Shamil
Ibragim
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After slavery was abolished following the Civil War, blacks rushed to adopt surnames and a significant number of them named themselves after US presidents, which explains the preponderance of Washingtons, Jeffersons, and Jacksons. Contrary to popular belief, blacks seldom ever adopted the surnames of their slave masters (I mean, why would they). George Washington was especially popular as a namesake, although the exact reasons are not entirely clear. Some suggest that it was known among slaves that Washington had freed his slaves on his deathbed, the only slaveowning president to do so. In fact blacks account for over 80% of American citizens who bear the surname Washington, the 2010 US Census reporting just 8132 white Washingtons.
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>>89716711
Found this
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>>89715748
>Aino is cute
Yes. I had my first kiss with an Aino. There was another Aino in my class, tall girl, huge thighs.
>https://elonen.iki.fi/code/misc-notes/finnish-name-generator/
lol
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>>89716797
>Cant Russians have two first names?
You can. Cringy celebrities gives double names ot their kids, but it will be written as one name with hyphen in documents.
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>>89716695

Me neither sorry just trolling really.

Not so much nationalistic really.....

More vodka now more beer, I hope for a better europe for tomorrow.

A europe of nations not the EU.
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>>89716947
>>89716797
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>>89716921
According to who?
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>>89715360
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>>89716797
>What does it mean?
Greek name means "not doing evil", "not bad" (lol).
Unfortunately no issue in English wiki
https://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aкaкий
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>>89716921
Fuckin Alexander
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>>89717037

Haista homo paska. Ei muuta sanottavaa.
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>>89716989
Apгyмeнты и фaкты
http://www.aif.ru/society/people/ot_ivana_do_artyoma_kakie_imena_byli_populyarny_v_rossii_v_raznye_gody

This article is better though. Basically explains that most people were named according to the date of their baptusm as well as the trends for names like Alexander and Dmitryi. They begin earlier than you think.
http://imena-znachenie.ru/news/38427/
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*baptism
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>>89713110
>Pycлaн

For some reason I thought that Ruslan is an immigrant/muslim-tier name. Or is it Rustam?

Also, why no Rodion?
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>>89717324
>Basically explains that most people were named according to the date of their baptusm as well as the trends for names like Alexander and Dmitryi. They begin earlier than you think.

Then maybe >>89716603 was right.
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>>89717449
Rustam is muslim's, Ruslan is slavic.
Dunno why there are no Rodion, should be there.
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>>89717449
>Rustam
that's probably muslim (bosnian version is Rustem)
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>>89717324
>article confirms that eradication of traditional names actually was during soviet era
man...
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>>89716921
>no name stats from 1932 to 1950
Did everyone in charge of record keeping get shot in the purges or something?
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>>89717598
>tfw maths professor's name is Kevorsh
I thought it was some kind of finno-ugric name, but it's made after Klim Voroshilov
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>>89717598
I mean
>Oднaкo нeвoзмoжнo oбъяcнить pacпpocтpaнённocть в пpoшлoм тoгo или инoгo имeни тoлькo тeм, нacкoлькo чacтo oнo вcтpeчaлocь в цepкoвных кaлeндapях: нeкoтopыe имeнa, yпoминaвшиecя в них пo двa-тpи paзa в гoдy, являлиcь бoлee пoпyляpными, чeм aнaлoгичныe пo чиcлy yпoминaний.
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>>89717598
But yes you were right in that the Soviet Union caused many old named to become obsolete. A lot of them started going out of fashion before that though and the names favoured by aristocrats (namely because of their common origins with other European names I imagine) were also popular among commoners.
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Also, do Russians have the name Lukas (or its equivalents)? This one is very popular everywhere, but it just doesn't seem to exist in Russia.
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Is Filipp popular in Russia? I know one Russian named Filipp.
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>>89718468
Luka exists, but it's rare af.
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>>89711430
That's where you are wrong, Waldemar.
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>>89711230
Reinhardt
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>>89714583
To be honest, younger French are rarely named Jacques or Emile or Jean or Pierre; those are old-fashioned and fuddy-duddy.
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>>89711392
There is only one Adolph in the whole Russia. And he happens to be the Chief Rabbi.
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>>89718854
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>>89711230
Runar. Might as well give him viking name.
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>>89711230
Olaf
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>>89719039
or Jürgen
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>>89711392
The name is banned in France and Norway; you can't name a baby Adolf there, although it's allowed in Germany itself.
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>>89719133
No it isn't you retard.
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>>89719133
http://www.businessinsider.com/banned-baby-names-from-around-the-world-2016-10#sweden-bans-names-it-considers-obviously-unsuitable-as-a-first-name-or-offensive-7

This says Norway only bans surnames from being used as first names. Also it says "Adolf Hitler" is banned in Germany, but just Adolf is ok.
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>>89719133
it's not, i remember a "adolphe" i've seen on a letter box. But it's a hard name to have so nobody give his child this name, it's social death nowadays
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https://www.huffingtonpost.ca/2015/11/09/banned-baby-names-saudi-arabia_n_8512596.html#gallery/557405/1
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>>89718515
I know two Filipps.
It's not that popular




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