Mishka - Meaning in Russian

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Mishka can mean two things:

– a diminutive version of the Russian name Misha (Michael),

– a diminutive version of медве́дь (bear).

Russian children usually call their teddy bears mishka.

In Russian alphabet Mishka is written Ми́шка.

Examples of Mishka in Russian

  • Ми́ша - тря́пка, у него́ никогда́ на э́то ду́ху не хва́тит.

    méesha tryápka, u neevó neekagdá na éta dúhu nye hváteet

    Misha is a wimp, he will never have guts for it.

  • Ми́ша отрасти́л усы́ и тепе́рь похо́ж на своего́ де́да.

    méesha atrastéel usý ee teepyér' stal pahósh na svaeevó dyéda

    Misha grew a moustache and now looks like his grandfather.

  • Молча́ние нару́шил Ми́ша.

    malcháneeye narúsheel méesha

    Misha broke the silence.

  • Ты зна́ешь, что Ми́ша уво́лился? - Да ты что!

    ty znáeesh, chto méesha uvóleelsya? da ty chto!

    Do you know that Misha quit? - Oh, really?

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