Ukrainians are a numerous Slavic people, inferior in number only to Russians and Poles. Ukrainians were formed as a nation, experiencing the influence of various cultures, which was fully manifested in their names. Ukrainian names can be divided into three main categories. The first is the names of the Christian calendar, which are also common in Russia (Ivan, Mikhail, Grigory). The second - East Slavic and West Slavic (Vanda, Ruzhena). The third is Old Russian (Vsevolod, Nadezhda, Lyubov). The fourth is Western European (Arthur, Arnold). Originally Ukrainian surnames contain the endings "ko" and "chuk".
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