Chuvash Submitted Names
are used in Chuvashia, a federal subject of Russia.
Submitted names are contributed by users of this website. The accuracy of these name definitions cannot be guaranteed.
Chuvash feminine given name possibly meaning "born on Friday".
Chuvash given name deriving from the Hebrew 'Kalev'. Possibly used by Turkic people who converted to Judaism, people such as the Khazars, Kabars, and Krymchaks.
Means "ruff (a ring of feathers on a bird)" in Chuvash.
Kuprat is the Volga Bulgar form of the name 'Kubrat', a Bulgar ruler.
Means "blast furnace" in Chuvash, derived from Russian domna
Chuvash masculine name derived from Vaç
, a name element inspired by diminutive forms of the Russian name Vasiliy
meaning "aspen tree".
Combination of Vali
meaning "friend / close ally to God" and the suffix -ş
Combination of ва (va)
and нихер (niher)
meaning "lover, beautiful".
Combination of Вань (Van')
, possibly from the Russian nickname for Ivan
, and the suffix -тюк (tyuk)
Chuvash feminine name derived from varlă
meaning "kind, friendly" and pikke
Combination of Chuvash варлă (varlă)
meaning "kind, friendly" and тилет (tilet)
with an unknown meaning.
Combination of Варт (Vart)
, which is of Arabic origin meaning "roses" and the suffix -ук (uk)
also meaning "rose".
Possibly derived from the Russian name Vera
, or otherwise the Arabic وَرَقَةٌ (wáraqa)
meaning "leaf (of a plant)".
Meaning uncertain, though it could be derived from Russian волк (volk)
Given to boys born on Sunday, derived from the Chuvash word for the day, Vyrsarni kun
, literally meaning "Russian weekend day". It can also be linked to the word Vyrăs
Chuvash masculine given name derived from the Tatar яшел (yashel)
meaning "green" and терек (terek)
meaning "alive, lively".