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Also a Bulgarian name, a very common at that. I have never met a Russian named Rada, but plenty of Bulgarians.
-- rositsa  12/2/2004
The name Rada has nothing to do with the countries listed here. It can't be more Bulgarian than it is! [noted -ed]
-- julia_says  10/16/2005
My great-grandfather was born in Yugoslavia. His middle name was Rada.
-- Anonymous User  2/1/2006
Also Serbian.
-- Carnaval  5/16/2006
Sometimes used as a short form of Radmila.
-- Carnaval  5/16/2006
Other names with the root "rad", which are used in Bulgaria, are the masculine "Radoslav" (the stress is on the 2nd "a"; the root "rad" and the root "slav" - the root of "glory"; there is also a masculine name "Slav"); its feminine form "Radoslava" (the stress is on the 2nd "a"; there is also a feminine name "Slava"' "slava" means "glory" in Bulgarian); the masculine name "Radostin" (the stress is on the "i"; "radost" means "joy", "gladness" in Bulgarian); its feminine form "Radostina" (the stress is on the "i"); the feminine name "Radost"; the masculine name "Radomir" (the stress is on the "i"; "mir" means "peace" in Bulgarian and it's the root of "peace"); its feminine form "Radomira" (the stress is on the "i"; there is also a feminine name "Mira"); the masculine name "Radoi" (the stress is on the diphthong "oi").

Also the masculine name "Radko", its feminine form "Radka" and the name "Rado", which is the masculine form of "Rada".

And the feminine name "Radina" (the stress is on the "i") and its masculine form "Radin" (the stress is on the "i").
-- iva_toneva  5/19/2006
There is a gyspy name Rada too - maybe from Indian Radha?
-- lizka  6/12/2007
Former Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev had a daughter named Rada.
-- Kosta  2/10/2009
"Rada" also means "happy" in Russian.
-- Katheros  4/11/2010
Rada literally means "she who is happy" in Russian, nothing to do with care.
Pronounced RAH dah, accent on first syllable, sounds much softer in Russian then in English. [noted -ed]
-- Anonymous User  9/6/2011

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