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The pet form of Sergey is Seryozha or Serioja.
kmos  7/30/2006
Occurs from Roman patrimonial name Sergius (Ñåðãèóñ). In church speech the name Sergey was said as Sergiy (Ñåðãèé). From the Latin language it is translated as "high" or "highly respected". To Russia this name has come owing to Christianity, from Byzantium. The sacred patron of Sergey's, born on July, 11th, - Saint Sergiy Valaamsky (Ñåðãèé Âàëààìñêèé).
Zlata  4/2/2007
Correction: pronounced [syer-GYEY].
stacy  4/8/2007
A famous bearer of this name is Russian singer, Sergey Lazarev.
Viktoriya  3/22/2008
Another famous bearer of this name is Russian poet and composer, Sergey Borisovich Kuznetzov, best known for creating the Soviet pop group, Laskovyi Mai.
Viktoriya  1/11/2009
Sergey Brin is one of the founders of Google. He is a billionaire and one of the richest people in America.
bibi66  6/11/2013
Patronymic forms are Sergeyevich for males and Sergeyevna for females.
― Anonymous User  7/26/2013
Belarussian pronunciation of Sergey name is "Siarhei". [noted -ed]
― Anonymous User  9/4/2016
Sergey Milnichenko is a Russian composer, songwriter, guitarist and record producer. His career began in the Soviet era.
lilolaf  2/3/2017
Sergey Alexandrovich Karjakin is a Russian chess grandmaster. He is a former chess prodigy and holds the record for the world's youngest grandmaster, having qualified for this title at the age of 12 years and 7 months.
cutenose  6/26/2017

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