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Chernarussian names

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Tewudin    44

Hello there. Yes, I searched for this kind of thread and I couldn't find it. Maybe I wasn't trying hard enough but I just couldn't find it. Anyway, I was curious about Chernarussian names. I mean, we all know that there isn't a country called Chernarus and nation in real life so I just can't figure out how ordinary Chernarussian character should be called. I'm not sure if they're similiar to Russian names, Croatian, Czech or whatever.

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Czech names for the most part,but since it's not a real country you can get a bit creative,but mainly czech yeah.What I do is combine czech with another slavic country.

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AndreyQ    0

It should be Czech if you want your character to be from the W part of the country or Czech-Russian if you want your character to be from the E part.

TBH as long as the name is Czech it should be all good. For example my char name Benedikt originates from Germany and Czech.

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ChilliVanilli    65

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Tewudin    44

Wow, thank you guys for the quick answer. It really helps because I saw a lot of characters with Russian, Czech and all sorts of other names so I wasn't sure how random Chernarussian should be called, you know?

Thanks but I know a polish site that can generate a lot of names from different nations (e.g. Croatia, Australia, Spain etc.) It isn't a problem for me to find a names. I just had a problem with finding out how Chernarussian character SHOULD be called. ;) Anyway, thanks for help.

P.S This thread can be marked as Solved.

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Clumsy    226

When I made my Chernarussian I wanted to use the name Anna. As you, I didn't know if it would match as a Chernarussian character. So I did some googling and found out Anya was a diminutive of Anna. So yeah I would say, as mentioned, Czech names or a Russian name.

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Chow    45

Glad you got your Answer.

I will mark this as /Solved  as requested.

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