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post #1 of 21 (permalink) Old January 10th, 2007, 23:29 Thread Starter
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Ukrainian Players with Silly names

There are several players I can think of with silly or ammusing names. Paul Dickov, (One size) Fitz Hall, Portuguese GK Quim.

Are there any Uke players with names that mean something stupid, in Uke or any other language? Like Sasho (Tse Sho).

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Not sure if these are funny or silly, but they are interesting:

Moroz - means FROST
Kirlik - sounds like karlik, which means a MIDGIT
Rebrov - rebro in ukrainian is a RIB
Husyev, Vorobei, Husin, Voronin - all have derived from types of farm animals (except Voronin - nicknamed Vorona, which means a crow). On many occassions I heard jokes about our NT being a farm p
Nesmachny - means TASTELESS
Rybka - means a FISH
Kravets - a TAILOR
Rusol - a kind of soup, which you eat with spaghetti and usually a chicken... Not sure if English have this dish, and if they do what they call it...
Hladkyi - means SMOOTH
Krasnopyorov - in Russian means RED-FEATHERED
Kozlov, Kozlyuk - derives from a word GOAT
Slyusar - LOCKSMITH
Nevmyvaka - the one that doesnt wash oneself
Zubov - TOOTH
Kovpak - HUBCAP
Rebenok - CHILD
Kabanov - WILD BOAR
Hai - GROVE; of course there's another interesting thing about his name - Russian version of his name is spelled as Gai - i think theres no need to tell you what that means in English p
Moldovan - means a person from Moldova. i.e. Moldovian
Volkov - WOLF
Kurilov - SMOKER
Pyatov - derives from a word HEEL
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Husyev, Vorobei, Husin, Voronin - all have derived from types of farm animals (except Voronin - nicknamed Vorona, which means a crow). On many occassions I heard jokes about our NT being a farm p
Sparrow, a farm animal??

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My bad... and yes, sure, if you want...

Edit: But "птичник" (Russian) i.e. poultry-farm (English) as far as I know deals with farm animals, so technically it wasnt my bad p

P.S. To elaborate on those names:
- Husin and Husyev derive from the word GOOSE
- Vorona as I already said - a CROW
- and Vorobei, as Kostja pointed out, a SPARROW

...thats for those who dont speak Ukrainian/Russian p

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Suchkov's pretty funny, but I guess he doesn't count.

Also, I didn't know Kozlyuk was the equivalent of Russian Kozlov. iw onder how many of these there are regarding Russian and Ukrainian surnames.

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Not sure if these are funny or silly, but they are interesting:

Moroz - means FROST
Kirlik - sounds like karlik, which means a MIDGIT
Rebrov - rebro in ukrainian is a RIB
Husyev, Vorobei, Husin, Voronin - all have derived from types of farm animals (except Voronin - nicknamed Vorona, which means a crow). On many occassions I heard jokes about our NT being a farm p
Nesmachny - means TASTELESS
Rybka - means a FISH
Kravets - a TAILOR
Rusol - a kind of soup, which you eat with spaghetti and usually a chicken... Not sure if English have this dish, and if they do what they call it...
Hladkyi - means SMOOTH
Krasnopyorov - in Russian means RED-FEATHERED
Kozlov, Kozlyuk - derives from a word GOAT
Slyusar - LOCKSMITH
Nevmyvaka - the one that doesnt wash oneself
Zubov - TOOTH
Kovpak - HUBCAP
Rebenok - CHILD
Kabanov - WILD BOAR
Hai - GROVE; of course there's another interesting thing about his name - Russian version of his name is spelled as Gai - i think theres no need to tell you what that means in English p
Moldovan - means a person from Moldova. i.e. Moldovian
Volkov - WOLF
Kurilov - SMOKER
Pyatov - derives from a word HEEL
i bet he didnt get bullied at school with a name like that
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i bet he didnt get bullied at school with a name like that
Who exactly?
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Suchkov's pretty funny, but I guess he doesn't count.

Also, I didn't know Kozlyuk was the equivalent of Russian Kozlov. iw onder how many of these there are regarding Russian and Ukrainian surnames.
Yaps, he's Belarussian
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post #9 of 21 (permalink) Old January 12th, 2007, 21:22
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Those names don't EXACTLY mean what Roman says, they're just close or similar....

I thought it was funny how that black player who played for Ukraine has the last name 'Bilyj' I believe, which means 'White' p.
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It wasnt him... THe confusion was over the number 13 on his shirt... But we didnt take into consideration the fact that players lifespan in these junior teams are short and shirt numbers are changing quick. Anyway, that Bilyj guy, Maxym i think, plays for Shakhar... Belala is a Dynamo player.

P.S. As for the names, most of them do (Moroz, Nesmachny, Rybka, Kravets, Rusol, Hladkyi, Krasnopyorov, Slyusar, Nevmyvaka, Kovpak, Rebenok, Hai, Moldovan...) - the rest? Do you know the meaning of "derived"? p

Edit: typo

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Misread what you posted. Edited.
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Marica -> in spanish means homosexual or gay :rollani:

Elano - "El ano" in spanish means The anus

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Elano - "El ano" in spanish means The anus
"Right in the money." © Rebrov

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Marica -> in spanish means homosexual or gay :rollani:

Elano - "El ano" in spanish means The anus
Haha, quality.

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Who exactly?
i thoght i highlighted him obviously not lol it was the one who doesnt wash himself hahahaha
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i thoght i highlighted him obviously not lol it was the one who doesnt wash himself hahahaha
My bad, that bolded text was very hard to see amongst the rest of the higlights...
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Как на счет Ногучереззаборзадерещенко ? В смысле это шутка или и правда есть такая фамилия ? :smileani:

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Как на счет Ногучереззаборзадерещенко ? В смысле это шутка или и правда есть такая фамилия ? :smileani:
No, it's not a joke. There is a player in Russia U-16 team with such name. I applaud to your knowledge.
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Как на счет Ногучереззаборзадерещенко ? В смысле это шутка или и правда есть такая фамилия ? :smileani:
I agree.

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