Vitya

Origin : Russian,

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Vitya Expression, Vitya Soul Urge, Vitya Inner Dream

numerology

Numerology information Vitya:

numerologyName Number: 5 Meaning: Motion, Change, Freedom, Diversity, Liberty, Choice, Interest, Search, Risk, Danger, Fear

additional

Additional information Vitya:

additionalDiminutive of VITALIY or VIKTOR

songs

Songs about Vitya:

songsThe School(with Vitya AK) [Explicit] by OD White Rap from the Album In The Brain

songsVitya Dino Ni by Asim Mehta from the Album Ravindra Gurjari

songsMasha i Vitya protiv «Dikih gitar», Pt. 1 by Anna Rudneva, Dima Golov, Garri Bardin, Gennady Gladkov, Mikhail Boyarsky, Sveta Vinogradova, Tatiana Daskovskaya, USSR State Symphony Cinema Orchestra, Valentina Ignatieva, Vera Fi Alexander Gradsky from the Album Masha i Vitya protiv «Dikih gitar»

songsMasha i Vitya protiv «Dikih gitar», Pt. 2 by Anna Rudneva, Dima Golov, Garri Bardin, Gennady Gladkov, Mikhail Boyarsky, Sveta Vinogradova, Tatiana Daskovskaya, USSR State Symphony Cinema Orchestra, Valentina Ignatieva, Vera Fi Alexander Gradsky from the Album Masha i Vitya protiv «Dikih gitar»

books

Books about Vitya:

booksVityas V Ovechei Shkure Shou Detektiv G kulikova by Galina Kulikova (2003)

booksShpion Vitya: detektiv dlya detey (Russian Edition) by Viktor Zhigunov (Sep 25, 2014)

booksVitya Maleev v shkole i doma by Nikolaj Nosov (2005)

booksVitya Maleev v shkole i doma by Nosov N. (2014)

booksVitya Maleev v shkole i doma (1998)

booksVitya Maleev v shkole i doma (2013)

booksVitya Maleev v shkole i doma (2012)

movies

Movies about Vitya:

moviesNew Years Adventures of Masha and Vitya / Novognie priklyucheniya Mashi i Viti - Russian Soundtrack Only 2006 - Runtime: 1 hr 11 mins Directed by: Igor' Usov and Gennadij Kazanskij

wiki

Wiki information Vitya:

Vitya
Film character, Fictional Character

Vitya is a fictional character from the 1953 film The Return of Vasili Bortnikov.

Vityaz
Organization

Vityaz was one of the Soviet and Russian special forces units of the Ministry of Internal Affairs (MVD) within the Independent Operative Purpose Division of the Internal Troops. Its full name is 1st Special Purpose Unit of the Internal Forces...