The baby name Aleksei is a boy name, 3 syllables long and is pronounced "Uh-LEK-say".
Aleksei is a name of Russian origin, which means "defender" or "helper". It is a variant of the name Alexei, which is derived from the Greek name Alexios, meaning "defender" or "protector". The name has been popular in Russia since the 17th century and is commonly given to boys.
The name Aleksei is pronounced ah-LEK-say. It is a three-syllable name with the stress on the second syllable. The name is composed of two elements: "aleks" meaning "defender" and "ei" which is a suffix used to form masculine names in Russian. The name is often shortened to "Alek" or "Alex" for convenience.
Aleksei is a masculine name and is predominantly given to boys. It is a popular name in Russia and other Slavic countries. Famous people with the name Aleksei include Aleksei Navalny, a Russian opposition leader, and Aleksei Yagudin, a Russian figure skater. The name has also been used in literature, such as in the novel "The Brothers Karamazov" by Fyodor Dostoevsky, where one of the main characters is named Alexei.
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Aleksei Balabanov was a prominent Russian film director, screenwriter, and producer, best known for his contribution to the Russian film industry. He is famous for his unique style of filmmaking that blended elements of crime, black comedy, and social satire. Some of his most memorable achievements include directing the critically acclaimed films "Brother" (1997), "Brother 2" (2000), and "Cargo 200" (2007).