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Ludmila is a Ukrainian name meaning princess.
-- Anonymous User  11/20/2005
Ludmila Ulitkaia, a Russian writer.
-- alexandra  1/10/2006
Ludmila is the name of Nadhezda's dead mother in A Short History on Tractors in Ukrainian.
-- bschoer10  3/7/2006
A famous bearer is Czech actress Lída Baarová.
-- Ronja  1/29/2007
Pet form for Ludmila are Lída, Ludmilka, Lidunka, Lulu, Mila.
-- Maggie_Simpson  2/19/2007
Also a feminine name in Slovenia.
-- earthnut  7/2/2007
Basically means "Nice to People", "milyi" (MEE-lyi) means "nice", "sweet" or "darling", "lyud"/"l'ud" means "people". Has absolutely nothing to do with "princess".

Shortens to Luda (LYU-da) or Mila (MEE-la).
-- jestingrace  8/6/2007
Famous bearers:
Mila Jovovich
Various Russian athletes
Character of a poem by Alexander Pushkin "Ruslan and Ludmila"
-- jestingrace  8/6/2007
Milla Jovovich's name in Serbian is Milica which is a diminutive of Mila meaning dear. Not Ludmila. Mila is a nickname of Milica in Serbia.
-- Anonymous User  2/13/2009
The older spelling form is Lidmila.
Pronounced as "Leed-mee-la" (short -ee-) or "Loodmila" (short -oo-).
-- Maggie_Simpson  10/4/2007
I think it's a nice simple name and it's weird how every Luda (Ludmila) I meet is beautiful.
-- luciecutiek  11/7/2007
Nicknames: Lída, Lidunka, Lidka, Lidule, Liduše, Lila, Lidmilka.
-- Emilie007  9/7/2008
I pronounce this name "Lood-ME-lah."
-- Liesl  10/9/2010
The first time I read this, I thought it said "flavour of the people". Even though this name has a nice meaning, it is rather clunky.
-- alicia_renee  10/7/2011
The name Ludmila is also used in Georgia.

In Georgian, Ludmila is written as: ლუდმილა.
-- Lucille  6/6/2013
This name would suit a Brazilian young woman of Japanese descent very well.
-- cutenose  2/2/2017
This - Lida - has been my name for many years. I've loved it. It's somewhat timeless, and nobody really has it, yet it is not a strange name and seems familiar to everyone once they hear it. It's feminine yet strong. I grew up being told it meant "Beloved by the people". Maybe that's not 100% accurate, but it's good enough for me.

The only problem with it is that when people give it a careless runthrough they will call me "Linda" but they don't make that mistake twice as it's not a hard name to remember.
-- mysmile  2/19/2017
According to ( Ludmila ranked 20th place in Argentina (2009).
-- lilolaf  2/28/2017

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