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Eastern Slavic naming customs are the traditional way of identifying a person's family name, given name and patronymic name in East Slavic cultures in Russia and some countries formerly part of the Russian Empire and the Soviet Union.
They are used commonly in Russia, Belarus, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, and to a lesser extent in Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Azerbaijan, Armenia, and Georgia.
|Name||Belarusian example||Russian example||Ukrainian example|
|First name (given name)||Belarusian: Уладзімір, romanized: Uladzimir||Russian: Владимир, romanized: Vladimir||Ukrainian: Володимир, romanized: Volodymyr|
|Patronymic||Belarusian: Антонавіч, romanized: Antonavič||Russian: Антонович, romanized: Antonovich||Ukrainian: Антонович, romanized: Antonovych|
|Family name (surname)||Belarusian: Іваноў, romanized: Ivanoŭ||Russian: Иванов, romanized: Ivanov||Ukrainian: Іванів, romanized: Ivaniv|