Vladilen m
Russian: modern name constructed from that of the founder of the Soviet state, Vladimir Ilyich Lenin (1870–1924). Cf. NINEL (SEE Ninel) and MELOR (SEE Melor).
Variant: Vladlen.
Feminine form: Vladilena.

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