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Russian

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The meaning of Nikali is 'victory of the people' and the name is of Russian origin. It comes from the Greek name Nikolaos which means 'victory of the people' from the Greek elements 'nike', meaning 'victory' and 'laos', meaning 'people'. A variant of the name is Nicholas. In the fourth century, Nicholas was the name of the patron of children, sailors, merchants, and of the countries Greece and Russia. Hence this name has many variations that are popular in Christianity. It has also been the name of two popes and two czars throughout history.

Origin:  

Russian

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The name Nikolai is East Slavic and the meaning of Nikolai is ‘victory of the people’. This name is a variant form of the given name Nicholas. This meaning is derived from the Greek name Νικόλαος (Nikolaos), meaning the 'victory of the people', where the word ‘nike’ refers to ‘victory’ and ‘laos’ means the ‘people’. Victory refers to any success or a win you get from defeating an opponent. It usually refers to good results or even refers to conquering an enemy. The name Nikola is also the name of a city in Alaska, in the United States. It is a very beautiful city known for its cold climates, large lakes and a diverse geography. There are also many other variations to this name such as Nikoli, Kolya and Nicholas.

Origin:  

Russian

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The meaning of Nikoli is ‘victory of the people’. This name is a variant form of the English given name Nicholas. This takes its meaning from the Greek name Νικόλαος (Nikolaos), meaning the 'victory of the people', where the word ‘nike’ refers to ‘victory’ and ‘laos’ means the ‘people’. Victory refers to any success or a win you get from defeating an opponent. The name Nikoli also has derivations from Nikolai, a place in Alaska, in the United States. It is a city with cold climates, large lakes and diverse geography. The most famous figure with this name was Hadji Nikoli, who was a famous Bulgarian merchant and patriot from the nineteenth century.

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