Meaning Of The Name Lucius

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Meaning Of The Name Lucius
Meaning Of The Name Lucius

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Short form of the name Lucius. Lukanya, Lukasha, Lutsek, Lutsek, Lutsys, Lutek, Luchetto, Luchetto, Luchi, Luci, Lu.

Synonyms for the name Lucius. Lucius, Luches, Lucias, Lucius, Luce, Lucio, Luciu.

The origin of the name Lucius. The name Lucius is Orthodox, Catholic.

The name Lucius is derived from the Roman prenomen (personal name) Lucius, derived from the Latin "lux" meaning "light."

The name Lucius sounds differently in different countries. In Russia, the name Lucius sounds like Lucius, in England - Luches, Lucias, in Germany - Lucius, in France - Luce, in Spain - Lucio, in Portugal - Lucio.

The names Lukyan (Lucian), Luke, Lucius (Lucius), Lucillian (Lucillian) are related and complementary to each other. One name can be a diminutive for another name.

Female paired names - Lucia, Lucy, Lucinda, Lucia, Lusina, Lucia.

Lucius (Lucius) celebrates Orthodox name days on January 17, March 3, August 27, September 2, September 23. The remaining dates indicated are the Catholic name days of Lucius.

Description of the meaning of the name Lucius - see the name Luke.

Birthday Lucius

Lucius celebrates his name day on January 17, February 8, February 11, February 15, February 18, February 24, March 2, March 3, March 4, April 22, May 6, May 23, August 20, August 27, September 2, September 23, October 4, October 19, October 29, December 1, December 3, December 15.

Famous people named Lucius

  • Holy Apostle Luke (apostle from seventy)
  • Lucius Afranius ((about 150 BC -?) Ancient Roman comedy writer, the most remarkable of the representatives of the trend that, freely imitating the models of modern Greek comedy, created the national comedy in Rome, the plots of which were taken from popular life (genre lat fabula togata). His manner, he adjoins the related in spirit Menander. Of his compatriots, he put Terence above all, from whom he learned the grace of form, adding his own strength and freshness. The comedies of Afranius were considered refined, witty and excellent in style; but in those that were played mainly at the middle box office, there was no shortage of harsh expressions and heavy turns. His comedies held on the stage throughout the 7th century from the founding of Rome, but were even more successful in the time of Augustus. More than forty of his comedy titles are knownfrom which only passages collected by Otto Ribbeck in 1855 have survived.)
  • Lucius Junius Moderate Columella ((about 4 - 70) one of the most ancient Roman authors who covered the topic of agriculture in his works)
  • Lucius Vorenus, Lucius Vorenus (centurion of the XI Legion. Julius Caesar mentions him in the work “Notes on the Gallic War.” Section 44 of Book 5 is dedicated to two Roman centurions of the XI Legion - Lucius Vorenus and Titus Pullon.)
  • Lucius Calpurnius Piso Caesonin (military and political leader of the Roman Republic, Caesar's father-in-law, the alleged owner of the famous Villa of the Papyri in Herculaneum. Descended from the Caesonian family, but was adopted by the famous Calpurnia family. In 58 BC. Was consul together with Aulus Gabinius, In 57 - 56 BC he was proconsul of the province of Macedonia. He was at enmity with Cicero, who opposed Piso with a speech to the Senate in 55 BC. He was censor in 50. His daughter Calpurnia Pisonis is Caesar's widow.)
  • Lucius Junius Brutus (one of the founders of the Roman Republic, who led an uprising against the last Roman king Tarquinius the Proud in 509 BC. One of the first two Roman consuls.)
  • Lucius Cornelius Sulla the Happy (Felix) ((138-78 BC) ancient Roman statesman and military leader, indefinite dictator "to write laws and strengthen the republic" (82-79 BC), Consul 88 and 80 years BC, emperor, organizer of bloody proscriptions and reformer of government, became the first Roman to conquer the Eternal City by force, and twice. Remained in the memory of descendants as a cruel tyrant who voluntarily renounced unlimited power. Ideological predecessor of Roman emperors.)
  • Lucius Apuleius ((c. 124 - c. 180) ancient Roman writer, Platonist philosopher, rhetorician, author of the famous novel "The Golden Donkey." He wrote in Greek and Latin.)
  • Lucius I ((died 254) Bishop of Rome from 253 to 254. Mentioned in the letters of Cyprian of Carthage in connection with the Novatian schism. Considered the patron saint of Denmark and especially the island of Zealand.)
  • Lucius II ((died 1145) in the world - Gerardo Caccianemici del Orso; Pope from 1144 to 1145)
  • Lucius Licinius Lucullus, nicknamed Ponticus (Roman general, politician and consul 74 BC)
  • Lucius Cornelius Cinna ((d. 84 BC) an ancient Roman politician, famous representative of the Popular Party in Rome in the last century of the republic's existence. About his life before entering the political arena as the leader of the Popular Party, it is only known that he belonged to the aristocratic branch of the numerous Cornelian family, but he was poor, and showed himself well in the allied war. The reasons for his switching to the side of the popularists are unknown, political opponents argued that he simply sold himself to "the new citizens and the clique of Mary."
  • Lucius Julius Caesar Vipsanian ((17 BC - 2 AD) nee Lucius Vipsanius Agrippa, often Lucius Caesar; grandson and adopted son of Octavian Augustus, one of the likely successors of his power)
  • Lucius Zeionius Commodus Verus, better known as Lucius Verus ((130 - 169) Roman emperor from 161 to 169 of the Antonine dynasty, co-ruler of Marcus Aurelius, his brother in adoption (both were adopted by Emperor Antoninus Pius))
  • Lucius Dubignon Clay ((1897 - 1978) American general, head of the administration of the American zone of occupation of post-war Germany; considered the father of the Berlin air bridge (1948-1949))
  • Lucius Shepard (American writer working in the genres of science fiction, magical realism, and horror literature)
  • Lucimar Ferreira da Silva, better known as Lucio ((born 1978) Brazilian footballer, center-back. Has amazingly played at a high level without recessions for more than 10 years: he was a main player in the 2002, 2006 and 2010 world championships, and is now captain of the Brazilian national team.)
  • Lucio Cabañas Barrientos ((1939 - 1974) Mexican rural teacher and revolutionary, leader of the armed wing of the Poor Party, which waged a guerrilla war in the state of Guerrero)
  • Lucio Edwin Gutierrez Borbois ((born 1957) President of Ecuador from 2003 to 2005, leader of the Junta of National Salvation in 2000)
  • Lucio Marsal Ferreira Ribeiro Lima Costa ((1902 - 1998) an outstanding Brazilian architect and urban planner, one of the founders of modern Latin American architecture)
  • Carlos Caeiro Sousa (Lucio) ((born 1979) Brazilian footballer, midfielder)

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