Glory: full name. Fame: the origin and meaning of the name
The variety of Russian names is amazing. Sometimes we do not think about their origin, although the etymology of names is a rather interesting area.
All Russian names can be divided into native Russian and borrowed. Most of them have a full and abbreviated form. So, for example, Valeria is a full form, and Lera is his shortened version. Vyacheslav is the full name, Slava is his short form. Interestingly, in Russian there are both male and female versions of the name Slava. Let us consider in more detail its origin and variants.
The etymology of the name Glory
Some names have been preserved from the time of the Old Russian language. Let us recall the names of the Russian princes — Mstislav, Rostislav, Vsevolod, and others. Traditionally it is considered that the name Vyacheslav is the full name, Slava is its short form. What is the origin of this name?
Consider the full name. Glory, as a variant of the name Vyacheslav, consists of two parts: “Vyache”, which means “big, all-encompassing” and “glory”, that is, “fame”.If interpreted literally, the meaning of the name - "the most glorious", "the most famous."
Full name Slava. His options
The form of this name is one of the most famous and common names in Russia. We considered only one option. However, the full name Slava may sound differently. Stanislav, Mstislav, Yaroslav, Rostislav, Vladislav - all of these names may have a diminutive form under discussion.
It is known that before the appearance of the Old Russian language there was an Old Slavonic language. Over time, Eastern Slavs (Belarusians, Russians, Ukrainians), Western Slavs (Poles, Slovaks, Czechs) and southern Slavs (Bulgarians, Mackedonians, Serbs) stood out of it. The Old Slavonic language fell apart and soon disappeared completely, but its forms still exist, as in the name Stanislav.
Stanislav is also a full name. "Glory" means "power", and the first part of the name came from the Polish "camp". Fully name means to become the main.
The form of the name Mstislav means "revenge and greatness", and in the name Yaroslav lurks the meaning "became famous brightly and lightly."
The etymology of the name Vladislav says that the first part is derived from the verb “own”, i.e. "wielding glory".The name Rostislav contains the meaning of "growth, growth", i.e. "a man with growing fame." Thus, Rostislav is a full name.
The name Glory may sound like any variation described above, and each of them will be correct. The meanings of the names overlap, but have some differences.
Woman's name Slava
Fame is a rather unusual form of a name for a girl. It is quite rare.
As in the above male names, variations are possible. The basis is a male full name. Slava (female name) may sound like Vladislav, Mstislav, etc. The full forms of this name are not very popular, therefore parents prefer to write down the girl's name in documents using a short form. Therefore, if there is any doubt about how to spell the full name, Glory would be the right option.
Mystery Name Glory
People who are fond of astrology, it will be interesting what kind of fate they will reward the child by giving him one or another of the names. Whatever parents choose a full name for the child, Glory will always sound courageous and original. Astrologers say that men with this name are very purposeful and always try to achieve what they want.These are the positions of life of Glory. However, if difficulties arise, anger is possible.
Mentally Glories can be unstable: they are prone to nerve impulses, the release of negative or positive emotions. Nevertheless, people with such a name are born optimistic sanguine persons.
If we talk about the health of Glory, then there is no need to go far, remember the brave and strong Russian princes-conquerors. Fair and wise, they had excellent health.
Special attention is paid to honor the professional abilities of Glory. Surprisingly, a person with this name can wake up absolutely to any area, whether it is related to technology or the study of science. Fame, as a rule, versatile and educated personality.
It is worth noting famous people who wear or bear this name. These are Butusov, Dobrynin, Shishkov, Shugaev. The female version is the least popular. Among the famous women can be noted singer Slava (Anastasia Slanevskaya), even if it is a pseudonym.
Thus, names in Russian have variants, like the name Glory. Full name, whatever you choose, will be in its own beautiful and unique.