Gender Masculine
Usage Russian
Scripts Геня(Russian)
Pronounced Pron. GYEH-nyə
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Related Names

VariantsGena, Zhenya
Other Languages & CulturesEugenios, Eugenius, Gennadios, Gennadius(Ancient Greek) Owain, Yvain, Ywain(Arthurian Romance) Henadz, Hienadz, Yauhen(Belarusian) Evgeni, Genadi, Genko, Geno(Bulgarian) Eugen(Croatian) Evžen(Czech) Eugene, Owen, Gene(English) Eugène(French) Uxío(Galician) Genadi(Georgian) Eugen(German) Evgenios(Greek) Eugenio(Italian) Eižens, Genādijs, Jevgēņijs, Jevgeņijs(Latvian) Eugenijus(Lithuanian) Evgenij(Macedonian) Ugène(Norman) Eugeniusz(Polish) Eugênio(Portuguese) Eugen, Ghenadie(Romanian) Eugen(Slovak) Eugenio(Spanish) Evhen, Hennadiy, Yevgen, Yevhen, Yevheniy(Ukrainian) Owain, Owen(Welsh) Owain(Welsh Mythology)
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Entry updated February 28, 2019