Oksana is a Ukrainian and Russian name, the Ukrainian form of Xenia which is an Ancient Greek name meaning “hospitality”, derived from Ancient Greek xenos (stranger, foreigner; guest). Xenia was an Ancient Greek concept of hospitality towards strangers or friends, and even an important aspect to the Greek gods- one of the many epithets given to Zeus was Xenios, the protector of guests and the patron of hospitality who avenged any wrongdoing done to guests by their hosts.
Yuri is a Russian, Ukrainian, and Belarusian male name, the Slavic form of Georgemeaning “farmer, earthworker” made up of Ancient Greek elements ge (earth) which seems to derive from an unknown origin, likely pre-Greek in origin; and ergon (work), which ultimatelydesires from a PIE root word. Interestingly enough, I’ve found that Yuri is a somewhat popular male name in Brazil which I’m assuming comes from the Slavic name.
Yuri is also a Japanese female name. It means “lily” written with the kanji 百合 but has other meanings depending on the kanji used:
由 “cause, reason”
有 “exist; have; possess”
祐 “divine help”
理 “reason, logic”
利 “profit, benefit”
There are other meanings depending on the kanji used. Written in hiragana it’s ゆり and in katakana it’s ユリ.
Yuri is also a Korean female name (also spelled Yu-ri and Yoo-ri) written in hangul as 유리 and has different meanings depending on the hanja used such as:
(俞) “to approve”
(幼) “childish; immature; young”
(利) “benefit, advantage”
Yuri also means “glass” written with the hanja 琉璃. There are likely other meanings depending on the hanja used
Origin: unknown; Proto-Indo-European; Japanese; Korean
Meaning: Russian and Ukrainian male name “farmer, earth-worker”; also a Japanese and Korean female name with a variety of meanings depending on the kanji and hanja used
Usage: Russian, Ukrainian, Belarusian, Portuguese, Japanese, Korean
Yuriko (Japanese)- with the ko suffix meaning “child”
Roman is a male given name derived from Late Latin Romanus meaning “Roman” and “of Rome”, denoting someone who was a citizen of Rome. Rome itself is a name of uncertain origin though there are several possible theories regarding the name’s etymology:
according to Roman mythology, Rome’s name derives from the name of its founder and first king, Romuluswhose name means “of Rome”, also of unknown meaning;
it may be derived from Rumen or Rumon, an archaic name for the Tiber river, which may be derived from PIE root word *srew- (to flow, stream);
it may have originated from Etruscan ruma meaning “teat”, perhaps in reference to the wolf that took in and suckled the infants Romulus and Remus in Roman mythology when they were left to die as infants, or it could have been named for the shape of the Palatine and Aventine hills;
it’s also possible that it’s from Ancient Greek rhome ῥώμηmeaning “strength”, of unknown origin.
Roman is also a surname originating from the given name, though it could have also originated as a locational name for someone who came from Rome or from Italy in general, or who had made a pilgrimage there.
Meaning: “Roman, of Rome”, referring to someone who was a citizen of the Roman Empire
Usage: Russian, Polish, Czech, Slovak, Ukrainian, Slovene, Croatian, German, English