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Video: The Meaning Of The Name Bronislav
Short form of the name Bronislav. Armor, Bronik, Slava, Slavik.
The origin of the name Bronislav. The name Bronislav is Slavic, Catholic.
The name Bronislav is a Slavic name, formed from the words "harrow" ("defend") and "glory", meaning "glorious in defense." The stress in the name Bronislav can be both the letter "and" and the letter "a". The female name Bronislav was formed from the male name Bronislav.
Diminutive-affectionate reference Slava is also a short form for many masculine (Beloslav, Borislav, Radoslav, Bratislav, Yaroslav, Mstislav, Svyatoslav, Vyacheslav, Radoslav, Stanislav, Vysheslav, Istislav, Rostislav, Ladislav, Gorislav, Vladislav, Danislav, Miloslav and t.p.) and female (Beloslav, Yaroslav, Voislav, Wenceslav, Bronislav, Miloslav, Dobroslav, Cheslav, Svyatoslav, Svetislav, Zlatoslav, Miroslav, Gorislav, Vaclav, Vladislav, etc.) names.
The name Bronislav does not appear in the Orthodox calendar; Catholic name days will be indicated for this name.
Cunning and stubbornness are manifested in Bronislaw from childhood. In character and appearance, the boy is very similar to his mother. At school, he behaves quite cocky, does a lot to spite his elders. The owner of this name is independent, active and self-confident. He knows how to achieve the tasks set for himself.
If someone tries to hurt his honor, Bronislav can be aggressive. It will not be easy for the offender to cope with the moral pressure of such a man. In some cases, he himself, without noticing his enthusiasm, is able to violate the permissible measures of resistance. This usually occurs during adolescence. In his teenage years, Bronislav can be seen inciting conflicts with teachers. School grudges are often reflected in his pride. Growing up, Bronislav will try to assert himself at the expense of his own independence.
With age, Bronislav becomes calm. At the same time, he remains a fairly principled person. Having successfully graduated from the institute, Bronislav becomes a mathematician, engineer, historian, surgeon, pilot or teacher.
Bronislav is extremely proud. For this reason, he chooses a life companion for a long time. Marries late enough. In family relationships, one should not show one's leadership qualities. Usually he concedes this role to his wife. So Bronislav feels calmer.
In essence, Bronislav is a lucky man. She can be flexible if necessary. He's very good at doing business.
Some representatives of the name Bronislav are distinguished by their complexity of character. They are characterized by some withdrawal behavior. At the same time, they are good analysts and are able to think through everything in advance. These people are brave and have great intuition. Bronislava's friends are chosen with caution. They are athletic and collected. They decisively show themselves in extreme situations. Such qualities are more characteristic of Bronislav, born in winter.
"Spring" Bronislav has an open character. Savvy and public speaking skills help him in his career growth. He seeks to rely solely on his own strength. Such a man is able to realize himself in his own business. He makes a good leader. At the same time, it is much more difficult for Bronislav to carry out other people's orders.
In communication with close people, Bronislav manifests himself as a cheerful conversationalist. He has a negative attitude towards the manifestation of self-manipulation. In a conversation with him, you must remember about mutual respect.
Bronislav celebrates his name day on January 29th.
Famous people named Bronislav
- Bronislav Kuznetsov ((1931 - 1985) Soviet orientalist, Tibetologist. Known for his studies and theories about Iranian influence on Tibetan Buddhism)
- Bronislaw Radziszewski ((1838 - 1914) Polish chemist)
- Bronislaw Knaster ((1893 - 1990) Polish mathematician)
- Bronislaw Malinowski ((1884 - 1942) British anthropologist of Polish origin, founder of functionalism in anthropology and sociology)
- Bronislaw Dombrowski ((1885 - 1973) Soviet academician, zoologist, morphologist of Polish origin)
- Bronislaw von Poznyak ((1877 - 1953) Austro-German pianist and music teacher. For many years he was the leader of the piano trio, which included other notable musicians at different times - in particular, Geza de Cres, Hugo Dechert, Grigory Pyatigorsky.)
- Bronislaw Schwarze ((1834 - 1904) Polish revolutionary, one of the leaders of the anti-Russian uprising of 1863)
- Bronislav Kezhun ((1914 - 1984) Soviet poet, translator)
- Bronislav Antilevsky ((1916 - 1946) Soviet military pilot, Hero of the Soviet Union (1940), stripped of titles and awards in 1950 for participation in the "Vlasov" movement during the Great Patriotic War)
- Bronislaw Wroclawski ((born 1951) Polish theater, film, television actor, teacher)
- Bronislav Grotto-Slepikovsky (Slepikovsky) ((1860 - 1905) staff captain, commander of the Russian partisan detachment operating in South Sakhalin during the Russo-Japanese war in 1904-1905)
- Bronislav Bogatyrevich ((1870 - 1940) Polish military leader, brigadier general of the Polish Army. Was an officer of the Russian army. Organizer and leader of Grodno self-defense in 1918-1919.)
- Bronislaw Wilhelm Peratsky ((1895 - 1934) Polish politician, legionnaire, colonel of the Polish Army)
- Bronislav Tarashkevich ((1892 - 1938) Belarusian politician, linguist)
- Branislav Belic ((born 1932) Serbian politician)
- Branislav "Bane" Kerats ((born 1952) Serbian comic book writer)
- Branislav "Brana" Crncevic ((born 1933) Serbian writer, poet, playwright)
- Branko Chopic ((1915 - 1984) Yugoslavian writer)
- Bronislaw Kostkowski ((1915 - 1942) blessed of the Roman Catholic Church, seminarian, martyr. He is one of the 108 blessed Polish martyrs beatified by Pope John Paul II during his visit to Warsaw on June 13, 1999. Revered patron saint of Slupsk, Poland.)
- Bronislav Piotr Ginyatovich Koszesha Piłsudski ((1866 - 1918) Polish leader of the revolutionary movement and ethnographer; brother of Józef Piłsudski and Adam Piłsudski)
- Bronislav Malakhovsky ((1867 - 1934) Russian and Soviet engineer, creator of the "C" series steam locomotive (1910), one of the best domestic courier locomotives that crossed the speed limit of 100 km / h. B. S. Malakhovsky is the creator of many Russian steam locomotives, including the Sormovskaya version of the four-axle locomotive of the Izhitsa series with a superscript "c" (C). Sormovskaya Izitsa (1914) turned out to be the most powerful commercial steam locomotive of the series and, at the same time, the most powerful steam locomotive with an axial formula of 0-4 -0. After the revolution, in 1919, Malakhovsky left Nizhny Novgorod for Moscow, becoming the head of the steam locomotive building department of the State Association of Machine-Building Plants. Later he worked in the governing organizations of the steam locomotive industry, in the Supreme Council of National Economy, etc. In 1934 he was repressed on false charges and shot.)
- Bronislav Malakhovsky ((1902 - 1937) famous architect and cartoonist, son of the famous engineer, creator of the "C" series steam locomotive Bronislav Malakhovsky)
- Bronislav Turonok (Turonak, Turonek) ((1896 - 1938) publicist, cultural figure of the Belarusian national minority in interwar Poland)
- Bronislaw Ferdinand Trentovsky ((1808 - 1869) a prominent Polish philosopher and teacher of the 19th century. Supporter and propagandist of Polish messianism.)
- Bronislaw Kazimierz Przybylski (1941 - 2011) Polish composer and music teacher. In the 1970s he won several Polish composition competitions. Of the works of Przybylski the most famous are the Mass of Pope John Paul II (1998), two concerts for accordion and orchestra (and a number of solo pieces for this instrument), orchestral compositions "In honorem Nicolai Copernici" (1972), "Guernica - in memory of Pablo Picasso" (1974), "Warsaw" (fr. A Varsovie; 1980), etc.)
- Bronislaw Pavlik ((1926 - 2002) Polish theater and film actor)
- Bronislaw Radziszewski ((1838 - 1914) Polish chemist)
- Bronislaw Roguyski ((1861 - 1921) famous Polish architect)
- Bronislav Zalessky (Zalesky) ((1819/1820 - 1880) pseudonym - Litvin; Polish and Belarusian politician, journalist, publisher, historian and artist)
- Bronislaw Yaron ((1905 - 1942) Polish paleobotanist, Doctor of Science)
- Bronislav Bernatsky ((born 1944) Bishop of the Catholic Odessa-Simferopol Diocese with a center (chair) in Odessa)
- Bronislav Dombrovsky ((1885 - 1973) zoologist, morphologist, academician of the Academy of Sciences of the Kazakh SSR (1954), Doctor of Biological Sciences (1936), professor (1930), Honored Worker of Science and Technology of the Kazakh SSR (1945). Founder of the school of morphologists in Kazakhstan.)
- Bronislav Tarashkevich ((1892 - 1938) Belarusian public and political figure, linguist)
- Bronislav Vinogrodsky ((born 1957) Sinologist, translator of fundamental Chinese texts (among them "Chuang Tzu", "Tao Te Ching", "Book of Changes"), writer, public figure)
- Bronislav Guzovsky ((1860 - 1914) scientist-forester. Developed methods of artificial and natural regeneration of oak forests. Scientific system of forestry, developed by BI Guzovsky, is used to multiply oak forests. The problem of restoration of oak forests became the goal of Guzovsky's life. He made a significant contribution to preservation and augmentation of the oak forests of the Chuvash Territory. The experimental-production oak forest cultures, established by BI Guzovsky, are a testing ground for scientific research and generalization of the practice of artificial and natural restoration of oak plantations in the Middle Volga region. They are of great practical value for growing oak in forests only the Middle Volga region, but also in Russia as a whole. BI Guzovsky developed methods of natural and artificial renewal of oak forests on felled areas in the conditions of the Middle Volga region,identified and described the types of oak plantations of the Ilyinsky forestry, created oak crops on an area of 1150.2 hectares. On his initiative, plantings of larch, western thuja, Siberian cedar, Weymouth pine were created. The forests planted by B. I. Guzovsky stretch along the Volga from Ilyinka to Cheboksary and are called the oak groves of Guzovsky. The oldest giant oak, still growing in Ilyinka, was one of the prototypes of B. Guzovsky.)
- Bronislav Grombchevsky ((1855 - 1926) an outstanding Russian intelligence officer and traveler of Polish origin, military orientalist, major general, studied the countries and territories of Central Asia - the Pamirs, the Gindu Kush principalities (Khunza, Nagar, Chit-ral, Wakhan, Kanjut), North -Western Tibet and Kashgaria. Author of military-geographical, historical and ethnographic works. Astrakhan governor.)
- Bronislav Zinevich ((1874 - 1922) Russian officer, participant of the First World and Civil War)
- Bronislaw Cech ((1906 - 1944) Polish mountaineer, skier, ski jumper, coach of the national team, member of the Polish resistance. Member of the Polish Olympic team at the Winter Olympics of 1928, 1932 and 1936. 24-time champion of Poland in winter sports (including 4 times he won the Polish Championship in ski jumping: 1928, 1929, 1931, 1934). In 1937-1939 he was a coach of the national skiers team. During the Second World War he was a courier of the Polish resistance.)
- Bronislaw Maria Komorowski ((born 1952) Polish politician, President of Poland since 2010. Komorowski previously served as Minister of National Defense of Poland, and then Marshal of the Sejm of Poland (2007 - 2010).)
- Bronislaw Kwiatkowski ((1950 - 2010) Polish military leader, general of armor, operational commander of the Armed Forces of the Republic of Poland (2007 - 2010))
- Bronislav Kukel ((1832 - 1914) graduate of the Main Engineering School and the Military Engineering Academy (1853), an official for special assignments at the headquarters of Muravyov (1857-1862), manager of excise duties in the Kursk province (1862-1884), manager of excise duties in Tula, Kostroma and Yaroslavl provinces (1884-1901), actual state councilor (1887), privy councilor (1913), advisor to the Minister of Finance (1901-1914). Descended from the Vilna nobility.)
- Bronislaw Guberman ((1882 - 1947) Polish virtuoso violinist of Jewish origin, founder of the Palestinian (later Israeli) Philharmonic Orchestra)
- Bronislav Epimakh-Shipilo ((1859 - 1934) kryptonym: B. E.-Sh.; Belarusian literary critic, folklorist, teacher, publisher. Professor of the Imperial Roman Catholic Theological Academy in St. Petersburg.)
- Bronislaw Geremek ((1932 - 2008) Polish politician and historian)
- Bronislaw Bachko ((born 1924) Polish and French historian, philosopher, translator. Specialist in research of collective memory, history of utopian thought, history of the French Revolution.)
- Bronislav Vyatkin (Doctor of Psychology, Professor, Honored Scientist of the Russian Federation, Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Education, Corresponding Member of the RAE, Chairman of the Perm Regional Branch of the Russian Psychological Society; author of more than 300 works in the field of stress psychology, sports, personality and individuality, training of psychological teaching staff)