Oksana oder Oxana ist ein weiblicher Vorname. Oksana bedeutet "die Gastfreundliche".

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  • Oksana oder Oxana ist ein weiblicher Vorname. Oksana bedeutet "die Gastfreundliche".
  • Окса́на — украинская разговорная форма имени Ксения, вошедшая в число русских имён практически в качестве самостоятельного. В Белоруссии существует аналогичное имя, пишущееся и произносящееся как "Аксана".Именины: 31 января, 6 февраля, 26 августа, 15 сентября.
  • Oksana or Oxana (Ukrainian: Оксана; Russian: Оксана, Belarusian: Аксана), sometimes mistransliterated as Aksana, is a popular female given name of Ukrainian origin. The closest equivalent is the Russian name Kseniya (Russian: Ксения) but the two names coexist in use in both countries and are not a shortening of each other. Both names derive from the Greek Xenia.It may refer to: Oksana Akinshina, Russian actress Oksana Wilhelmsson (born 1984 as Oksana Andersson), Soviet Union-born Swedish model Oksana Andrusina-Mert (born 1973), Turkish discus thrower of Russian origin Oksana Baiul (born 1977), Ukrainian Olympic and world champion figure skater Oksana Bilozir, Ukrainian singer and stateswoman Oksana Chusovitina, Uzbeksitani gymnast currently competing for Germany Oksana Domnina, Russian ice dancer Oksana Dyka (born 1978), Ukrainian opera singer Oksana Esipchuk (born 1976), Russian discus thrower Oksana Fadeeva (née Kushch) (born 1975), Russian table tennis player Oxana Fedorova, former Miss Universe from Russia Oksana Gozeva (born 1989), Russian figure skater Oksana Grigorieva (born 1970), Russian musician Oksana Grishina (born 1968), Russian Olympic track cyclist Oksana Grishina (born 1978), Russian former gymnast and current professional fitness competitor Oksana Grishuk, Russian figure skater Oksana Hatamkhanova (born 1990), Olympic swimmer from Azerbaijan Oksana Ilyushkina née Kochetkova (born 1974), retired Ukrainian athlete Oksana Kalashnikova, Georgian professional tennis player Oksana Kazakova, Russian figure skater Oksana Khvostenko (born 1977), Ukrainian biathlete Oksana Klimova (born 1992), Russian ice dancer Oksana Kolesnikova, Russian-American concert pianist Oksana Krechunyak (born 1981), paralympian athlete from Ukraine Oksana Lada, Ukrainian actress and model (also known as 'Oksana Babiy') Oksana Lyapina, Russian gymnast Oksana Makar, Ukrainian murder victim Oxana Malaya, Ukrainian feral child Oksana Masters (born 1989), Ukrainian-born American Paralympic rower Oksana Okuneva (born 1990), Ukrainian high jumper Oksana Omelianchik, former Soviet gymnast Oksana Parkhomenko (born 1984), Azerbaijan volleyball player Oksana Pochepa, Russian pop singer Oksana Potdykova (born 1979), former competitive Russian ice dancer Oksana Ryabinicheva,Russian football defender Oksana Rogova, Russian triple jumper Oksana Shcherbak née Holodkova (born 1982), Ukrainian sprint athlete Oksana Serikova (born 1985), Ukrainian swimmer Oxana Skaldina, Ukrainian gymnast Oksana Slivenko (born 1986), Russian weightlifter Oksana Udmurtova, Russian athlete Oksana Vashchuk (born 1989), Ukrainian freestyle wrestler Oksana Yarygina (born 1972), Russian javelin thrower Oksana Yermakova (born 1973), Russian épée fencer Oksana Zabuzhko, Ukrainian writer and poet Oksana Zbrozhek (born 1978), Russian middle-distance runner Oksana Zubkovska, Ukrainian Paralympian athlete
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  • Oksana oder Oxana ist ein weiblicher Vorname. Oksana bedeutet "die Gastfreundliche".
  • Окса́на — украинская разговорная форма имени Ксения, вошедшая в число русских имён практически в качестве самостоятельного. В Белоруссии существует аналогичное имя, пишущееся и произносящееся как "Аксана".Именины: 31 января, 6 февраля, 26 августа, 15 сентября.
  • Oksana or Oxana (Ukrainian: Оксана; Russian: Оксана, Belarusian: Аксана), sometimes mistransliterated as Aksana, is a popular female given name of Ukrainian origin. The closest equivalent is the Russian name Kseniya (Russian: Ксения) but the two names coexist in use in both countries and are not a shortening of each other.
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