Gender Masculine
Usage Russian
Scripts Димка(Russian)
Pronounced Pron. DYEEM-kə
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Meaning & History

Related Names

VariantsDima, Mitya
Other Languages & CulturesDhimitër(Albanian) Demetrios, Demetrius(Ancient Greek) Dzmitry(Belarusian) Dimitar, Dimo, Mitko, Mitre(Bulgarian) Dmitar(Croatian) Dimitri(French) Dima, Dimitri(Georgian) Demetrios, Dimitrios, Dimitris, Dimos(Greek) Demeter, Dömötör(Hungarian) Demetrio(Italian) Dimitar, Dimitrij, Mitko, Mitre(Macedonian) Dymitr(Polish) Demétrio(Portuguese) Dumitru, Mitică(Romanian) Dimitrije, Dmitar(Serbian) Demeter(Slovak) Dimitrij, Mitja(Slovene) Demetrio(Spanish) Dmytro(Ukrainian)
Entry added November 20, 2020