Viktorovna is a Russian patronymic name meaning 'daughter of Viktor'.
Tchaikovskaya is Russian, coming from an old Polish word meaning lapwing.
Aleksandriya Viktorovna Tchaikovskaya is the only child to Russian half-blood Viktor Tchaikovsky. Viktor, who always had a softer side, wanted to be a father, but didn't want to be married, or even be in a relationship, but he ended up wooing muggle-born American college student, Natalie Scott. He ended up impregnating her, and immediately offered to take care of the child. Natalie agreed, on one condition: she got to name the baby.
On a chilly September day, Aleksandriya Viktorovna Tchaikovskaya was born, and Natalie left the scene, never to return. The girl looked exactly like her father, with no traces of her mother, which was more than perfect for Viktor. Aleks, as she was quickly called, grew up in Yekaterinburg, Russia.
She was popular among the boys, when she was younger. Never interested by dolls, she dared to try their stunts with them, and she became one of them. They got into trouble, and maybe broke some bones, but it was together, always.
At the age of 11, she went to EESM and was sorted into Nikelkaj house, but she had already met her best friend/half-brother, Vasiliy, who was sorted into Boyanova. They were inseparable, always together, through their first six years of magical education.
Right now, they are 7th years, and they are ready to leave, though a bit sad to go. They are both ready for their lives outside of EESM.
Aleksandriya left no trace of her mother in her looks. She looks exactly like her father, from the face, the height, the exact same shade of brown hair, they look alike. They are both tall, standing at 5'9, and Aleks is sometimes mistaken for his younger sister.
She's more outgoing and loud than Vasiliy, and more charming, like her father. She likes to laugh, but hates being embarrassed, and like Vasiliy, is something of a risk taker. She's blunt, saying what's ever on her mind, and she might not apologize.
Viktor Tchaikovsky and Natalia Ulyanova
Her father and her have always been close. He's her father, she was cherished and adored by him, and he made everything possible. She really loves her dad.
On the other hand, she doesn't know her mother, and she won't judge until she meets her.