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  1. There is a friend Richard Ruslanovich and he is somehow on the side that he has such a combination of first name and patronymic. By the way, his children will be Richardovich.

    And one of the colleagues constantly called her child affectionately-Zenya. That's what I thought until I found out that he wasn't Zhenya, but Zinovy. Because there is a tradition in the family of my husband-boys through the generation called Zinoviyami.

  2. My name is Daiva. I have lived in Belarus, Ukraine and Russia. And everywhere I met, I had to explain what kind of name it was, why I had it, what it meant. And a year ago I moved to Lithuania, and here it is the most common name, so when you meet no one else is surprised. But now it's puzzling that Daiva doesn't speak Lithuanian very well 🙂

    So the unusual nature of the name is very relative.

  3. My name is Samantha, and there are a lot of funny stories associated with this name. As soon as I was not called in my childhood, when this name was not heard – and Samanita, and Samoylenko, and Samson. From the latter – the Sultan. I don't say anything about Sabines, Santas, and Sabrines at all. But I treat the name normally, it helps out a lot – the last name is practically not needed) It is convenient, for example, when I need to renew old connections: I just call (write), they say, this is Samantha, and people, as a rule, quickly remember me.

  4. I have a sister, her name is Adeline, I didn't like this name at all before, I asked to be called Alina, but with age I realized that the name is beautiful and unusual, therefore, I fell in love

  5. When I was in high school, we had a little girl named Lucia. The emphasis was placed on everything, she responded to all the options and never corrected anyone. I still don't know how to do it correctly 🙂

  6. My friend's name is Natalina. When I introduce her to someone from my company, I add: “That's her real name.” Her short name is Nata. He treats his name calmly. There was a funny case when even at school a student wrote a description on it, but did not conduct conversations, wrote from his head. I called her Natalia, but I couldn't believe it was her real name. And Natalina's mother checked this characteristic…

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  1. There is a friend Richard Ruslanovich and he is somehow on the side that he has such a combination of first name and patronymic. By the way, his children will be Richardovich.

    And one of the colleagues constantly called her child affectionately-Zenya. That's what I thought until I found out that he wasn't Zhenya, but Zinovy. Because there is a tradition in the family of my husband-boys through the generation called Zinoviyami.

  2. My name is Daiva. I have lived in Belarus, Ukraine and Russia. And everywhere I met, I had to explain what kind of name it was, why I had it, what it meant. And a year ago I moved to Lithuania, and here it is the most common name, so when you meet no one else is surprised. But now it's puzzling that Daiva doesn't speak Lithuanian very well 🙂

    So the unusual nature of the name is very relative.

  3. My name is Samantha, and there are a lot of funny stories associated with this name. As soon as I was not called in my childhood, when this name was not heard – and Samanita, and Samoylenko, and Samson. From the latter – the Sultan. I don't say anything about Sabines, Santas, and Sabrines at all. But I treat the name normally, it helps out a lot – the last name is practically not needed) It is convenient, for example, when I need to renew old connections: I just call (write), they say, this is Samantha, and people, as a rule, quickly remember me.

  4. I have a sister, her name is Adeline, I didn't like this name at all before, I asked to be called Alina, but with age I realized that the name is beautiful and unusual, therefore, I fell in love

  5. When I was in high school, we had a little girl named Lucia. The emphasis was placed on everything, she responded to all the options and never corrected anyone. I still don't know how to do it correctly 🙂

  6. My friend's name is Natalina. When I introduce her to someone from my company, I add: “That's her real name.” Her short name is Nata. He treats his name calmly. There was a funny case when even at school a student wrote a description on it, but did not conduct conversations, wrote from his head. I called her Natalia, but I couldn't believe it was her real name. And Natalina's mother checked this characteristic…

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