3: Dawyd Ubiytsavolkovlev -New Name (NP)
Submitter desires a masculine name.
Client requests authenticity for 10th - 12th century Kievan-Rus.
Language/Culture most important.
Culture (Please preserve the spirit of the byname, "the Wolf-Killer.") most important.
Meaning (Please preserve the spirit of the byname, "the Wolf-Killer.") most important.
Dawyd, Rus variation of David, uses seen in the name Dawyd Igorewitsch, Russian: Давыд Игоревич, Prince of Tmutarakan (1081-1082), Dorogobusch (1084-1086), Volhynia (1086-1100) and Busk (1100-1112) and in Dawyd Sviatoslavich Prince of Chernigov, 1097-1123.
Ubiytsavolkovlev, a descriptive byname in Russian to mean "the Wolf Killer." In the patronymic descriptive byname style, "lev" is added as Ubiystavolkov ends in "ov" and keeping the masculine rule, to add the "ev" and "l" is placed after the "ov" to preserve the softness of pronounciation. Using Paul Goldschmidt's Dictionary of Russian Names grammar section as a guide.