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Re: Oksana, Oxana

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  • Anthony J. Bryant
    ... According to the Slovar Russkikh Lichnykh Imen, Oksana comes from Kseniya which itself has roots in the Greek Xenia. Roksana, the dictionary says, is from
    Message 1 of 2 , May 10 5:41 AM
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      Mike wrote:

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      > I'm looking for the meaning and origins of the Ukrainian / Russian first
      > name Oksana. It's usually defined as a Hebrew name though I had always
      > believed it to be a Ukrainian form of the Greek name Xenia. However I was
      > recently told that it was related to Roksana, the Russian form of the
      > Persian name Roxane.
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      According to the Slovar Russkikh Lichnykh Imen, Oksana comes from Kseniya
      which itself has roots in the Greek Xenia.

      Roksana, the dictionary says, is from the GREEK Roxane, who was wife of
      Alexander the Great.


      Effingham
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