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The short form of the name Macarius. Makasha, Maka, Mara, Makarka, Makarsha, Makarushka, Makarko, Makaronko, Makarochko, Makarik, Makarchik, Makarzio.
Synonyms for the name Macarius. Makar, Makarei, Makarios, Makario, Makariu, Makareos.
The origin of the name Macarius. The name Macarius is Russian, Orthodox, Catholic, Greek.
The name Macarius comes from the ancient Greek “Makarios”, which translates as “blessed”, “blessed”. In the mythology of the ancient Greeks, "Makarios" was one of the epithets of Zeus.
In Russia, both the full form of this name - Macarius, and the folk form - Makar were used. In the future, the name Makar ceased to be only a short form of the name Makarii and began to be used independently and independently. The female name Macarius was formed on behalf of Macarius.
In European countries, various variants of the name Macarius are used. So in France, Macarius will be called - Makar, in Spain, Italy - Makario, in Portugal - Makariu, in Greece - Makareos, Makaris, Makaras, in Ukraine, in Belarus, Czech Republic - Makar, in Bulgaria - Makari, in Poland - Makar, Makar, Menkaj, in Serbia - Makarie, in Finland - Makar.
The name Makarii is considered the colloquial form of the name Macarius, but it is believed that this is a related name to Makarii, identical to the name Makareus. For the name Makariy, short forms of the name are used: Makar, Makasha, Maka, Mara, Makarka, Makarsha, Makarushka, Kari, Mak, Marek. Appeals Mara, Makar are also independent names.
The name Macarius was worn by many church leaders in various historical periods, both in Orthodoxy and in Catholicism, which speaks of the prevalence of this name. Among the laity, the most popular form in Russia was the form of the name Makarii - Makar. For the name Macarius, Catholic name days will be indicated, Orthodox name days - see the name Makar.
Description of the meaning of the name Makarii - see the name Makar.
Macarius celebrates his name day on January 2, January 15, February 28, March 10, April 1, April 10, June 20, August 12, September 5, September 6, December 8, December 20.
Famous people named Macarius
- Makariy Strelin (founder of a dynasty of merchants and industrialists who owned brick factories in St. Petersburg. Makariy Strelin himself was a peasant who became a merchant and hereditary honorary citizen. His father's business was continued by his sons - first Alexei Makarovich, and then Vasily Makarovich. From bricks made at the Makariy Strelin plant, the building of the Suvorov Museum was built (the leading factories of St. Petersburg took part in the construction of the museum, performing work with significant discounts or free of charge). MT Strelin's apartment building (now - Lenin Street, building 25), built in 1902 year in the Art Nouveau style (architect - Dmitry Kryzhanovsky), in 2001 KGIOP included in the "List of newly discovered objects of historical, scientific, artistic or other cultural value."
- Archimandrite Macarius ((1792 - 1847) in the world - Mikhail Glukharev; Orthodox missionary who made one of the first attempts to translate the Bible into Russian)
- Bishop Macarius ((1875 - 1937) in the world - Grigory Karmazin; Bishop of the Russian Orthodox Church, Bishop of Yekaterinoslav. Numbered among the saints of the Russian Orthodox Church in 2000.)
- Metropolitan Macarius ((about 1482 - 1563) in the world - Michael; Metropolitan of Moscow and All Russia (from 1542), in 1526-1542 - Archbishop of Novgorod. Supporter of Josephite, disciple of Joseph Volotsky. Canonized by the Russian Church in the face of saints.)
- Metropolitan Macarius I ((died 1497) Metropolitan of Kiev, Galician and All Russia (1494-1497). Revered in the Russian Church as a saint in the face of martyrs.)
- Archbishop Makarios (Makarios) III ((1913 - 1977) in the world - Michael Christodoulou Muscos; Primate of the Autocephalous Church of Cyprus (1950 - 1977), elected the first President of the Republic of Cyprus (in office 1960 - 1977))
- Macarius Zheltovodsky, Macarius Unzhensky ((1349 - 1444) Orthodox monk, founder of a number of monasteries. Canonized by the Russian Church in the face of reverends.)
- Macarius the Great, Macarius of Egypt ((about 300 - 391) Christian saint, hermit, venerated as a saint, author of spiritual conversations)
- Macarius II the Muscovite (Metropolitan of Kiev, Galician and All Russia (1535-1556))
- Makariy Kvitkin, Macarius of Orenburg ((1882 - 1931) Archpriest of the Russian Orthodox Church, lived and served in the Orenburg diocese throughout his life. Canonized by the definition of the jubilee consecrated Bishops' Council of the Russian Orthodox Church in 2000.)
- Makariy Toropov ((1870 - not earlier than 1933) priest of the Russian Orthodox Church. An activist of the Renovationist movement, was elevated to the rank of archbishop in Renovationism.)
- Metropolitan Macarius I ((d. May 1, 1497) Metropolitan of Kiev, Galician and All Russia (1494-1497). Venerated in the Russian Church as a saint in the face of martyrs.)
- Metropolitan Macarius ((1816 - 1882) in the world - Mikhail Bulgakov; Bishop of the Russian Orthodox Church, famous church historian, theologian. From April 8, 1879 - Metropolitan of Moscow and Kolomna. Ordinary Academician of the Academy of Sciences (1854).)
- Bishop Macarius ((1830 - 1906) in the world - Macarius Troitsky; Bishop of the Russian Orthodox Church, Bishop of Kaluga and Borovsky)
- Archbishop Makariy Kuchin ((died 1635) Archbishop of Siberia and Tobolsk, missionary)