How it works
Type in a name and click generate. If you want a random name, just leave the input field blank.
Russian Name Generator
Russia is the biggest country in the world, and the Russian language has speakers all around the globe. Since Russians have not only unique names but also unique naming conventions, a well-crafted Russian name generator like this was long overdue.
To start, simply type in your name. Or leave the field blank to get as many random Russian names as you want!.
If you didn’t know, the Russian naming conventions differ a lot from other parts of the world. Russian names are structured as first name, middle patronymic name, and surname. And precisely this patronymic makes the Russian names different. Patronymics are created by using the child’s father’s name and combining it with a gender suffix. So, “Vladimirovich” means “son of Vladimir”, while “Vladimirovna” means “daughter of Vladimir”.
While you can address a person just by using its first name on casual occasions, addressing its patronymic name is way more important on formal occasions than the surname of a person. Not using it is considered very rude.
Another thing to take into consideration is that Russian surnames change depending on the gender of the person.
Russian last names
Additionally, the other things that make Russian names unique are the Russian last names because Russian last names change depending on the gender of a person. A female surname, for example, almost always gets at least an “a” added at the end. But it’s a bit more complicated than that since there are several exceptions.
The most important thing is to just keep in mind that Russian last names change depending on which person has them.
Unisex Russian names
This Russian name generator features not only Russian girl names and Russian boy names but also Russian unisex names. But please consider that the gender-neutral names in this generator may not be perfect since they miss the patronymic name (which would contain a suffix for either “son” or “daughter”). Also, the surnames are in their male form.