Ukrainian Submitted Names
are used in the country of Ukraine in eastern Europe.
Submitted names are contributed by users of this website. The accuracy of these name definitions cannot be guaranteed.
OYQIZ f Ukrainian
Derived from Uzbek oy
meaning "moon" and qiz
SMARAHDA f Ukrainian (Archaic)
Ukrainian form of Smaragda
. This name was borne by the Ukrainian saint Iulianiya Avramivna Onyshchenko (1858-1945), who was known as Reverend Smarahda.
SOKRAT m Bosnian, Bulgarian, Croatian, Georgian, Russian, Serbian, Ukrainian, Abkhaz
Bosnian, Bulgarian, Croatian, Russian, Serbian and Ukrainian form of Socrates
as well as the Georgian and Abkhaz form of Sokrate
SVIATOSLAV m Ukrainian
Ukrainian old name, but common today. Sviatoslav was Ukrainian king in X century A.D.
SVITANA f Ukrainian
Svitana old Slavic derived from the word "svitanok" or "svitannya" meaning "dawn", "daybreak".... [more]
SVITOLYUBA f Ukrainian
Derived from світ (svit)
meaning "light, world" and любов (lyubov)
TAISA f Russian, Ukrainian
Russian and Ukrainian short form of Taisiya
(ultimately of Coptic origin). In some cases, this name might also be a variant form of Tais
(ultimately of Greek origin).
TROKHYM m Ukrainian (Rare)
Ukrainian form of Trophimus
. Known Ukrainian bearers of this name include the journalist and proletarian poet Trokhym Blazhchuk (1904-1940), the Soviet military pilot Trokhym Lytvynenko (1910-1963) and the Soviet pseudoscientist Trokhym Lysenko (1898-1976).
YAKYM m Ukrainian
Ukrainian form of Yakim
. This was borne by the Blessed Yakym Senkivskyi (1896-1941), a Ukrainian Greek Catholic priest martyred under Soviet regime.
ZORYAN m Ukrainian
Derived from Ukrainian зоря (zorya
) meaning "star, dawn".