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Usually women do not speak English well enough, and just pick up words out of dictionary; and having many variants often choose a wrong one. Another thing is that some words have a definite meaning in Russian, and women do not bother to check if they have the same meaning in English. Also, some expressions have a different meaning because of differences in cultures and life standards.

Below you will find explanations of the most common mistakes in terms used by Russian women in their profiles.

Term Reason Meaning
Active rest Literal translation from Russian Outdoor and indoor activities
Careful Incorrect use Caring
Close people Literal translation from Russian People I care about, people that are special to me
Communicable, communicative Using a Russian word Sociable
Communicating with people/ friends Incorrect use Socializing
Counterbalanced Incorrect use Even tempered
Create coziness and comfort at home Literal translation from Russian Home improvement projects, homemaking
Create a family Literal translation from Russian Get married
Russian word "family" does not mean parents and children; it can be only 2 - husband and wife.
Economist Different meanings in Russia and on the West Economist is a name of position in the accounting/finance/sales department. Also may be a qualification one receives after graduating faculty of economics (also commerce, accounting and finance).
Favorite man Incorrect use The man I love
Financially secure Differences in life-style Has a stable income, enough to feed a family of 3.
High (higher, highest) education Literal translation from Russian College or University degree
High social position Differences in life-style Has a distinctive social status, i.e. works as a manager, or has his own business. But in Russia it works a bit different than on the West: you don't have to be a CEO or the like, or own a blue chip company to be considered having "high social position". Owning a small shop or guest house with 1 employee is fine. Being a lawyer, business consultant or middle manager will do, too. Being a track driver, farmer, computer programmer, teacher in school won't - even if you make a very good living.
Honor Incorrect use Confident, independent
Gay Incorrect use In some Russian dictionaries given as one of the versions of translating "cheerful", "fun loving"
Generous Differences in life-style This is not only about money but the feelings too; the correct equivalent would be "giving" or "supportive".

If about money, it means the man does not use the word "expensive", not greedy. Russians are not used to admit that something is too expensive, or show that they cannot afford certain things. For example, in Russia it's considered to be bad manners to check a bill in restaurant, even if you suspect that you are purposefully over billed.

Also may be used as equivalent to a word "noble".

I want to find a man who is fond. Incorrect use I want to find a man who is loving.
I want to find a second (other) half. Literal translation from Russian I want to find a soul mate.
Intelligent Different meaning of the term in Russian In Russian usually using to name a person who is well educated, well mannered, clever, considerate, gentle, decent and faithful. Russians will usually use the word "clever" to call what English speaking people call "intelligent". The word "intelligent" means that the person is a good person, not only clever and educated but it also describes the type of character.
Intercourse Incorrect use They give the word "intercourse" as the equivalent of the word "acquaintance" in some Russian dictionaries. It is a mistake that appeared with the change of the meaning of the word in the last decades, but keeps moving to future editions from older dictionaries.
Intercourse agency Incorrect use Dating agency
Lovely man Incorrect use Beloved man
Lusty Incorrect use In Russian dictionaries "lusty" is given as an equivalent for "affectionate" - a person who likes kisses and hugs
Machine Incorrect use Car
Manly Incorrect use Happy with the traditional role of man as the family's head, defender and provider, as opposite to feminine
Materially provided Literal translation from Russian Financially secure
Middle (medium) education Incorrect use May mean high school level; also it may be professional education that is considered in Russia on the same level. "Middle education" in Russia is mandatory (and available free of charge).
Native person Incorrect use Soul mate
Orderly Incorrect use Decent, faithful
Pedagog (pedagogical) Latin word used in Russian Teacher (educated as a teacher)
Proud Incorrect use Confident, independent
Provided Incorrect use Financially secure
Purposeful Incorrect use Goal oriented, achiever
Responsive Incorrect use Responsible
Real man Literal translation from Russian A man who is strong willed, resolute and is capable to be the family's provider and defender; who knows how to treat a woman.
Romantic evenings with candles Literal translation from Russian Candle lit dinners
Roses Custom meaning Rose is the most adored and expensive flower in Russia. Red roses mean love - well, it's not an official meaning, just a feeling they bring. A bouquet must have 5, 7, 9 etc flowers. Even numbers are used for funerals only. Yellow flowers are not supposed to be given to a beloved person; they mean unfaithfulness.
Sexual Often: Incorrect using Sexy (Russian word "sexual" does not have that strong meaning)
Sensual Often: Incorrect using Affectionate, passionate
Shaping Using a Russian word Female body-building but not to build muscles - to shape the body in a feminine, attractive way. They have special programs for each body part, to bring it to the ideal shape.
Sporty Using a Russian word Athletic, physically fit
Strong Differences in interpretation Refers to personality not physical qualities: basically, it means strong willed
Strong family Literal translation from Russian Common Russian phrase that cannot be correctly translated to English; may be interpreted as "good", "quality" family, where everything is right and which can go through any life trouble.
Tactful Incorrect use Considerate
Temperamental Incorrect use Passionate
Tender Incorrect use Affectionate, gentle
Well-to-do Differences in life-style Belongs to a middle class or upper middle class.
Well balanced Incorrect use Even tempered, calm
Without bad habits Literal translation from Russian Non-smoker/non-drinker or social drinker; no illegal drugs
Without material problems Literal translation from Russian Financially secure
Womanly Incorrect use Feminine
When we learn to close (closer). Literal translation from Russian When we know each other better


Famous Russian Women


Birth: 27 Sep 1657 Moscow
Death: 14 Jul 1704 Novodevichi Monastery, Moscow
Father: Alexei I Mihailovich, TSAR OF RUSSIA (b. 1629)
Mother: Maria Iljinichna Miloslavskaja (b. 1626)

After death of tsar Fedor Alexeevitch boyare (Russian aristocrats) and patriarch (head of church) preferred 10 years old Peter Alexeevitch (later Peter the Great) to be a new tsar. Even though he was not the oldest of living sons of Alexey Mikhailovitch.

But there was one persone who didn't like this choice - Sofia, sister of Ioann, the oldest son of Alexey. She organized Streltsi (military men) against Peter, they came into the Kremlin and killed Peter's uncles, his mother's adviser Matveev and pronounced Ivan co-tsar or Russia. The truth was that since that time little Peter and his poor minded brother Ivan were taking part in the ceremonials and public actions, but it was theirs sister Sofia who really ruled.

She was very strong, educated and wise woman for her time and she dreamt to be a tsarina. She never became it, but on the portraits she is always painted with the crown on her head. During her rooling in the country there were some army reformations applied, more European habits were brought to the Russian people, some people started dressing by the European fashion.

She was extremely active in internal and foreign policy. Russia concluded "The Eternal Peace" with Poland in 1686, and the Nerchinskii Treaty with China in 1689.

In 1687, the first educational establishment opened in Russia: the Academy of Slavic, Greek and Latin Studies.

There were also two military expeditions to the Crimea. In 1687 Sofia decided to go with a war to the Crimea against Crimean Hanstvo. But this war ended even before the army got to Crimea. So she decided to do it second time and sent her army to the Crimea again, but this time it didn't work out either.

People lost trust in Sofia and her popularity gone. In 1689, Sofia was overthrown by supporters of Peter the Great and exiled to the Novodevichii Monastery. In 1698 she was forced to take the veil under the name of Susanna.


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In our society, nowadays, it is usually the thin and beautiful figures of russian women that attract the most attention from western men. Just take a look at all those girlie magazines! But there is still a large percentage of men who are attracted to fat (overweight) russian women, some would not admit to it or are in the denial stage but some are openly dating these women.

What do we mean by fat? overweight, heavy, stout, plump and large or even extra large. Why do some men get attracted to this type of women? Here are some of the reasons why:

1. Huggable. Some men say that they would rather go for the huggable and rotund figures of a russian woman than the lanky and gangly body of thin model. they say can hug a fat woman tighter and would not be afraid of breaking any bone.

2. Jolly. Most fat russian women are quite jolly or happy people because they can laugh at or make fun of themselves.

3. Confident. Some fat russian women have full of confidence because they carry themselves well and can even flaunt their voluptuous figures.

4. Hot. Some men do find fat russian women HOT! Men find them hot because of their positive attitude. Fat or obese women admire their looks and exude a lot of self-esteem such that some men just find them alluring. Isn't it that one of the rules of attraction is that of having the right attitude?

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they are good wives and mothers, russian wife and mother says to her husband and children, "Where thou goest, I will go." She puts off her own inclinations to ease and selfishness, she seeks to make her home something more than an abode where children are fed, clothed and taught the catechism.

russian women are smart enough to be a companion, wise enough to be a counselor, skilled enough in the domestic virtues to be a good housekeeper, and loving enough to guide in true paths the children with whom the home may be blessed.

russian women are the best wives because they are looking for the right husband, a husband who understands her. A man will have the best wife when he rates that wife as queen among women.

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This beautiful and hot russian woman has achieved more success on and off the court than any other Russian player...

Maria (Masha) Sharapova was born on April 19, 2007 in Nyagan (Siberia), Russia.

Her parents, Yuri and Elena, moved from Belarus to Siberia to avoid the effects of Chernobyl nuclear accident in 1986.

When Maria was very young, the family relocated to the city of Sochi. Masha started playing at the age of 4.

Sharapova's dad was good friends with the father of Yevgeny Kafelnikov (best Russian player at the time). Kafelnikov gave a tennis racket to Sharapova as a gift.

When Maria was 6, she participated in an exhibition match with Martina Navratilova. She saw natural talent in young Maria. And Navratilova strongly advised Sharapova's dad to register Masha in Nick Bollettieri's academy in Florida.

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Moving to the United States - Maria and her dad Yuri decided to move to Florida with a hope of training with the best. They only had family savings of $700. Maria's mother, Elena, didn't join them because she couldn't get American visa for 2 more years...

As she recalls, they arrived to Florida at 11 o'clock at night time. Their friend, who was supposed to meet them, never showed up.

She stayed at a cheap hotel overnight. And in the morning they went to the Nick Bollettieri's tennis academy. They didn't know a word in English. Luckily, there was a Russian-speaking woman there. Yuri begged her to ask administration to take a look at his daughter.

Sharapova got accepted. Coach Bollettieri saw a great tennis player in her right away.

They spend most of their money on tennis lessons and equipment. Yuri took any odd jobs possible to provide for both of them. He mostly worked as regular laborer at construction site.

Masha turned pro in 2001 at the age of 14. Her first victories came in 2003.

When Sharapova first appeared on the tennis scene, a lot of people believed that Maria would become just like another Russian, Anna Kournikova. They thought that Sharapova would be more of a party girl than a tennis player. But Masha proved all the skeptics wrong.

First major success came in 2004 when Sharapova beat Serena Williams at the Wimbledon at the age of 17. Maria then won the US Open in 2006 and the Australian Open in 2008.

According to Forbes magazine, Masha Sharapova was the world's highest-paid female athlete in 2006 making $21 million that year.

Sharapova lives in Florida and Southern California most of the time. But she says that she will only represent Russia while playing competitive tennis.

Maria Sharapova made the Forbes list of the 100 most influential celebrities. In 2007 Maria was appointed a Goodwill Ambassador for the United Nations Development Programme, and then she donated $100,000 to Chernobyl recovery projects.

Sharapova also started her own charitable organization devoted to kids -- MARIA (stands for Motivate, Address, Realize, Initiate, Achieve).

Masha models part-time at IMG modeling agency. Recently Maria was offered to model full-time, but she declined.

She has many endorsements: Canon, Colgate, Palmolive, Nike, TAG Heuer, Gatorade, and others.

As far as her love interests, Maria was linked romantically to tennis players Juan Carlos Ferrero and Andy Roddick. But she keeps her love life very private.


Buy a Russian Woman

Women for Sale is a 2005 documentary that profiles Russian women who have immigrated to Israel to work as prostitutes. The film explores why half a million women from the former USSR have fled the country to work as prostitutes in the West, particularly Israel. With a non-judgmental approach, the film steps into these women's minds to explore their hopes and concerns.

Faced with extreme poverty in their native countries and convinced that they have no alternatives, these women offer themselves to buy for around seventeen dollars an hour. They take pride in being able to support themselves and their families. Almost boasting, one woman says, “Not every girl, or woman, is prepared for this kind of work.” The documentary attempts to uncover what makes these women “prepared” and why governments and law enforcement officers have been so ineffective in protecting their well-being.

Again and again women offer the same explanation for why they’ve chosen this line of work over other jobs — they can earn more money. In a factory, a woman earns four dollars an hour. To women who come from poverty, the promise of wealth is hard to turn down.

But the film raises doubts as to whether prostitution is really that profitable. One prostitute says she once had to work for seven months without pay before she ran away from her pimp. And just weeks before the filming, she was beaten up by thugs who claimed to be police officers. The women in the film are not making substantial amounts of money.

The film makes it clear that it’s not just the extra dollars that lead women to prostitute themselves. For one thing, prostitution offers independence. For a girl who grew up without a father and dependent on an alcoholic mother, it is liberating to be self-employed. With a bright blue scrunchy on the top of her head and a naive smile, one woman explains how much she hates working fixed hours. When she works on the beach she’s free to come and go as she pleases; there is no one to tell her what to do.

Being flirtatious is also a thrill of the job. One woman says that when she first started working and a car would stop for her, she would “come up to it almost at a run,” unable to contain her excitement. She enjoyed spending hours in front of the mirror making herself pretty and would address her customers with terms of endearment.

But for the more seasoned prostitutes, these “perks” of the job have long since passed. The woman who at first enjoyed the feigned romance has since cut her long hair short and stopped flirting. In a smoky apartment, with a cigarette between her fingers, she says she’s become bitter, irritable, and argumentative, in turn, making it even harder to earn money.

For other russian women, the nightmarish realities of prostitution were immediate. Women For Sale follows police officers as they raid a brothel. One woman explains to them that when she arrived in Israel, she was imprisoned in the windowless basement of a brothel for two months. Here, she was forced to service up to fifteen men a day. Yet many of these women see no way out of the industry -- no other viable options to support themselves and their families.


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Olga, Russian princess
Ruler Of Russia from 954 to 969

"Behind every great man stands a woman," goes the saying. In a real sense that was true of the Russian prince Vladimir. Credited with Christianizing Russia, Vladimir was following in the steps of his grandmother, Princess Olga of Kiev, who attempted the task earlier and can be given partial credit for preventing Russia from turning Islamic.

Olga became regent for her son Svyatoslav in 954 upon the assassination of her husband, Igor I, Prince of Kiev. His costly wars had brought Russia to ruin. She immediately executed his murderers and ruled for the next twenty years, implementing fiscal and other reforms throughout the principality. Possibly already a convert to Christianity, she visited Constantinople and in 957 was baptized there. She returned to Russia with a Christ-like hunger for souls and attempted to lead her people to Orthodoxy. At the same time, she sent envoys to Rome, requesting teachers be sent to train her people in the faith. Led by her son, Svyatoslav, the pagan nobles resisted Christ and her efforts failed. Svyatoslav himself almost converted to Islam. Byzantium diplomacy averted that danger. No doubt Olga's influence had a hand. Certainly she had created a political faction which was interested in seeing Russia Christianized.

Olga died in 969. Her pagan son gave her a Christian burial. She is recognized as a saint in both the Catholic and Orthodox branches of the church. Her feast day is July 11th.

Her grandson Vladimir began as a cruel playboy. He was, however, wise enough to recognize that a common faith could give his country unity. According to legend, he sent messengers to investigate the three great faiths of the Mid East: Islam, Judaism, and the Roman and Orthodox branches of Christianity. The epicure in Vladimir thought Judaism and Islam, with their dietary restrictions, undesirable. He found Roman Catholicism "too simple." But his messengers sold him with their report of the ritual they witnessed in Byzantium. Speaking of the worship they saw in the Hagia Sophia they said, "We did not know whether we were in heaven or on earth. It would be impossible to find on earth any splendor greater than this...Never shall we be able to forget so great a beauty."

Vladimir embraced Orthodoxy and wed Anna, sister of a Byzantine emperor. After his marriage and conversion he is reported to have changed direction, to have put away former wives and to have become kinder. At any rate, the Christianity Olga had tried to transplant to Russia now took root. Vladimir's subjects did not balk as had hers. In time the whole Northeastern Europe and North Asia was Christianized. One man's personal tastes and political cunning had added a precious jewel to the kingdom of Christ. Russian orthodoxy came to rival the Greek in its extent, prestige and arts.


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Russia’s 70-year experience with communism, by no means a walk in the park, naturally forfeited, for both men and women, any questions concerning the right to vote. Nevertheless, the system did provide some attractive perks that helped to advance the condition of women without the need for unsightly marches and protests.

There was no distinction between genders when it came to receiving an education. And upon graduation, men and women (with some glaring exceptions in favor of the males, easily discernible on May Day in Red Square, and even more visibly in the kitchen) enjoyed equal opportunities. A heavily subsidized educational system, complete with daycare centers for infants and children, gave both the mother and the father the freedom to advance themselves. In some strange ways, communism was a boon for the women and a bust for the men.

Russian women ran a totally different social gauntlet than their female counterparts in the West. And now it must be asked: is ‘domestic politics’ between the genders in Russia healthier today for the experience? Russian men and women enjoy a natural, fluid relationship that requires no special Women’s History college course to comprehend.

Yes, Russians could chuckle through a self-help book like, Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus, but chances are they would never feel the need to write it.

Moreover, Russian women seem to feel completely at ease with themselves, and more importantly, their femininity. The female body is not concealed like a horrible scar, but rather decorated, accentuated and put on parade for every eye to behold.

Nobody will point and stare at a sexy woman in Russia for exposing a bit too much leg. In Russia, if you’ve got it, there is absolutely no problem to flaunt it. An object of male desire? Undoubtedly. But somehow Russian women manage to navigate the slippery road of being attractive without sliding into the wall of oppression. They are at the controls of their womanhood and the miniskirt and high heels only adds to the sense of their feminine powers that no man has been able to fully explain.