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Semyon, Simeon meaning of the name and the interpretation of the name. Simeon - the hearer (dr. Heb.).
Name days, patron saints. February 15 (2) - St. Simeon the God-bearer, a righteous old man who lived in Jerusalem. By the promptings of the Holy Spirit, the righteous Simeon met the Infant God in the Jerusalem temple, took him in his arms (which is why he is called the God-bearer) and said: "Now, let Your servant go, Vladyko!" This meeting took place on February 15 (2), the fortieth day after the birth of the Lord. In folk rituals, this day is called the Presentation of the Lord.
September 14 (1) - Rev. Simeon the Stylite in his youth was grazing the flocks; at the age of eighteen he became a monk and the first of the Christian devotees for many years labored on a pillar. He was perspicacious, made miracles in prayers, died in extreme old age -103 years old (5th century).
Superstitions, omens, customs. Simeon the God-Receiver is praying for the successful resolution of difficult labor. May 10 - Semyon-Plopashev: it’s time to plow when thunder rumbles, the forest dresses in foliage, the lark sings and the water frogs begin to croak. September 14 - Seed-letvodapedets, Semenov day.If the weather is warm, then the whole winter will be warm. On Semen-day, the eel-fish is washed out on the shore and walks through the meadows for three versts; bite her on this day infects with rabies.
Zodiac name - Aquarius. Planet - Saturn. The color of the name is green. Auspicious tree is ash. The cherished plant is a weight. Patron name - - forty. Stone Mascot -
emerald.
Diminutive forms. Sema, Senya, Senyusha, Senyura, Sima, Siman.
Middle name. Semenovich, Simeonovich, Semenovna, Simeonovna; talk Semyonich.
Name and character. Since childhood, Semyon has been a little talkative, at first it even worries his parents. He is curious, considers butterflies, lizards, other animals, sometimes asks inappropriate questions about the structure of cars, animals, and heaven. He loves books about history and travels; he will choose a rare profession for himself, for example, he will become an Egyptologist or a volcanologist. Keeps a diary, it happens that a lifetime collects rare books.
Relationships with women at Seeds are quite complicated. He does not forgive insults and missteps, so that old age meets, as a rule, alone. Few friends appreciate him for his joyful responsiveness: Semen will always come to the rescue in a difficult moment, although he will not escape edification.
Name in history and literature. Simeon Bekbulatovich (XVI cent.) - Kasimov Khan, baptized Tatar; by a strange quirk of Ivan Vasilyevich the Terrible, in 1574 became the Grand Duke of All Russia.
John, having executed many boyars, the Chuvovian archimandrite, the protopopa and many others of every kind of people, put Moscow on the tsar of Simeon Bekbulatovich and crowned him with the royal crown, and named himself Ivan Moscow, went out of the city and began to live on Petrovka; he gave his entire royal rank to Simeon, and he himself traveled simply, like a boyar, in a sleigh with shafts, and not in a carriage, and whenever Simeon came, he would sit down with the boyars far from the royal place.
All letters and petitions Grozny ordered to write in the name of Simeon - he was the kindest man and could not refuse to anyone, could not bear the grief of the people. Some historians explain this quirk of the Terrible with the desire to humiliate the Zemstvo, and especially the hated boyars; others suggest that he wanted, under the guise of the name of Simeon, to give full rein to his unbridled cruelty; Finally, others see this as a pathological phenomenon.
Two years later, Simeon was exiled from Moscow and was given control of Tver and Torzhok.He was returned from exile only in the reign of Dimitri the impostor.
Semyon Ulyanovich Remezov - Tobolsk boyar son, Siberian chronicler and geographer. Published in 1882, its chronicle consists of text and drawings; in addition to information about incidents, she reports a lot of data on the morals and lifestyle of Siberian inhabitants; the story was brought to 1649. A chronicle was compiled at the very end of the 17th century by Remezov and his sons Leonty, Semyon and Ivan. Much more important are Remezov’s “drawings”, the drafting of which was entrusted to him by the Moscow government in 1696-1700. In 1701, Remezov compiled the “Drawing Book of Siberia”, and he used old drawings, various handwritten books (copy, census, sentinel, and others), article lists, and reports of knowledgeable persons (among others, Vladimir Atlasov). This book, otherwise known as Atlas, was published by the St. Petersburg Archeographic Commission in 1882.

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