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.
Akparăs Акпарӑс m Chuvash
From Turkic ak
meaning "white" and parăs
Almanch АЛМАНЧ m Chuvash
Chuvash masculine name meaning "tax collector".
Atnapi Атнапи f Chuvash
Chuvash feminine given name possibly meaning "born on Friday".
Aybala Айбала f Chuvash
Means "moonchild" in Chuvash, from Ай (ay
) meaning "moon" combined with бала (bala
) meaning "child".
Jaruska m Chuvash, Mari
Chuvash and Mari masculine name derived from the Chuvash jaru
meaning "free" and the name suffix -ska
Jurat Юрат m Chuvash, Uyghur
Meaning uncertain. One source states that it is derived from a Turkic word that means "beloved, adored". Alternatively, it might be related to Turkmen jora
meaning "friend" or Old Turkic yor
meaning "to explain, to interpret (a dream)".
Kalep Калеп m Chuvash
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.
Kӑrtӑsh Кӑртӑш m Chuvash
Means "ruff (a ring of feathers on a bird)" in Chuvash.
Kuprat Купрат m Chuvash
Kuprat is the Volga Bulgar form of the name 'Kubrat', a Bulgar ruler.
Narspi Нарспи f Chuvash
From нарăс (naras)
meaning "February" and the female name ending пи (pi)
Şavraş Ҫавраҫ f Chuvash
Means "before turning the sun" in Chuvash.
Tumna Тумна m Chuvash
Means "blast furnace" in Chuvash, derived from Russian domna
Vaçtirek m Chuvash
Chuvash masculine name derived from Vaç
, a name element inspired by diminutive forms of the Russian name Vasiliy
meaning "aspen tree".
Valiş Валиҫ m Chuvash
Combination of Vali
meaning "friend / close ally to God" and the suffix -ş
Vaniher Ванихер m Chuvash
Combination of ва (va)
and нихер (niher)
meaning "lover, beautiful".
Vantyuk Ваньтюк m Chuvash
Combination of Вань (Van')
, possibly from the Russian nickname for Ivan
, and the suffix -тюк (tyuk)
Vanyurkka Ванюркка m Chuvash
Combination of Ванюр (Vanyur)
which is from the Russian name Vanya
) and the suffix -ка (ka)
Varpikke f Chuvash
Chuvash feminine name derived from varlă
meaning "kind, friendly" and pikke
Vartilet Вартилет f Chuvash
Combination of Chuvash варлă (varlă)
meaning "kind, friendly" and тилет (tilet)
with an unknown meaning.
Vartuk Вартук, Вартюк f Chuvash
Combination of Варт (Vart)
, which is of Arabic origin meaning "roses" and the suffix -ук (uk)
also meaning "rose".
Vayulla Вайулла m Chuvash
Chuvash form of Baitullah
meaning "Kaaba" or "House of God", which is a Muslim shrine in Mecca.
Veruha f Chuvash
Possibly derived from the Russian name Vera
, or otherwise the Arabic وَرَقَةٌ (wáraqa)
meaning "leaf (of a plant)".
Vihtӗr Вихтӗр m Chuvash
Chuvash derivative of the Russian name 'Viktor'.
Volkkăm Волккӑм m Chuvash
Meaning uncertain, though it could be derived from Russian волк (volk)
Vyrăstaj m Chuvash
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
Yashtirek Йаштирек m Chuvash
Chuvash masculine given name derived from the Tatar яшел (yashel)
meaning "green" and терек (terek)
meaning "alive, lively".