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    Yes. Dima (Дима) or Dimka (Димка) are way more...

    Yes. Dima (Дима) or Dimka (Димка) are way more common diminutives for Dmitri these days. As for Nikolai you can use Kol'ka (Колька) together (interchangeably) with Kolya, the former sounds a bit...
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    When Dmitri is mad he should call her Tan'ka...

    When Dmitri is mad he should call her Tan'ka (Танька), Taniukha (Танюха), or (formally) Tatiana depending on the context , otherwise (with Tanya or Tanusha) he would sound like a wuss. Mothers are...
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