The Meaning Of The Name Mikula

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The Meaning Of The Name Mikula
The Meaning Of The Name Mikula

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Short form of the name Mikula. Mika.

Synonyms for the name Mikula. Mikola, Nikola, Nikolay, Mikulas, Mykola, Mikuli.

The origin of the name Mikula. The name Mikula is Slavic, Ukrainian.

The name Mikula is a Slavic name. After the appearance of Christianity in Russia, it began to be pronounced as Mikola and is identical to the diminutive-affectionate appeal to Nicholas. Currently, he continues to meet in Ukraine, in Russia it is considered a rare name.

In various European countries, the name Mikula, as a variant of the name Nikolai, sounds like Mikulas, Mikola, Mykola, Mikuli. On behalf of Mikul, the Russian surnames Mikulov, Mikulin, Mikulich were formed.

The meaning of the name Mikula - see the names Nikola and Nikolay.

Mikula's birthday

Mikula does not celebrate his name day.

Famous people named Mikula

  • Mikula Selyaninovich (a character of Russian epics, a hero, a legendary plowman. He personifies the peasant power, the strength of the Russian people. According to one of the epics, he asks the giant Svyatogor to pick up the bag that has fallen to the ground. He does not cope with the task. Then Mikula Selyaninovich lifts the bag with one hand, informing that it contains "all earthly burdens", which only a peaceful, hardworking plowman can do. Mikula Selyaninovich, according to folklore, had three daughters: Vasilisa, Marya and Nastasya. The first and last - the wives of Stavr and Dobrynya Nikitich - are also the central heroines of epics.)
  • Mikula Maslov ((early XVII - late XVII) elective nobleman, chieftain, whose duty was to maintain service people to fight the Crimean and Nagai Tatars, who periodically attacked the villages of the Belgorod land)
  • Mikula Velyaminov ((died 1380), hero of the Battle of Kulikovo, voivode of the Kolomna regiment. Decapitated by Dmitry Donskoy after the battle of victory on the Kulikovo field. He was a relative of Dmitry Donskoy, since they were married to their own sisters.)
  • Mikulas Dzurinda ((born 1955) Slovak politician, Prime Minister of Slovakia from 1998 to 2006, was acting President of Slovakia from 1998 to 1999)
  • Mikulasek, Oldřich Mikulasek ((1910 - 1985) Czech poet)
  • Mikulas Opavsky ((about 1255 - 1318) illegitimate son of the Czech king Přemysl Ottokar II, founder of the Silesian branch of the Přemyslid dynasty. Mikulas was the illegitimate son of the king from the court lady Margareta von Schuenring. He was legalized by his father with the consent of Pope Urnikoman IV. Since his half-brother Wenceslas II was to become the Czech throne, the Principality of Opava was created for Mikulas in 1269.)
  • Mikulas II of Opavsky ((1288 - 1365) Prince of Opavsky (1318-1337) and Ratsiborzsko-Opavsky (1337-1365). Mikulas was the eldest son of Mikulas I and Adelheida (niece of the German king Rudolf I). Since Mikulas I fought together with his father, then after the defeat of the Czechs in the battle on the Moravian field in 1278 he lost the Principality of Opava in 1278. Mikulas II became a supporter of King Jan of Luxembourg, and the king transferred the Principality of Opava to him in 1318. In the same year Mikulas II married Anna Ratsiborzska - sister of Leszek Ratsiborzky, and when Leszek died in 1336, leaving no inheritor, Johann Luxemburg handed over to Mikulas II and his possessions, as a result of which the Principality of Ratsiborz and Opava was formed (at the same time Prudnik had to be transferred to Boleslav Nemodlinsky,however, thanks to Mikulas' marriage to Jutta in 1360, the city of Opolska returned back to the principality). Thanks to close contacts with Jan Luxemburg, and then with Charles IV, Mikulas had to visit Poland, Lithuania, Germany and even Rome with diplomatic missions.)
  • Mikulas V Krnovsky ((about 1409 - 1452) Prince Ratsiborzsko-Krnovsky (1424-1437), Prince Krnovsky (1437-1452) Mikulas was the youngest son of the Ratsiborzko-Krnovsky prince Jan II Zhelezny and Helena of Lithuania. When in 1424 his father died, then due to the small age of children, Elena ruled the principality as regent, Mikulash independently began to rule only after reaching the age of sixteen.)
  • Mykola Vorobyov, Nikolay Vorobyov ((born 1941) Ukrainian poet)
  • Mykola Zerov, Nikolay Zerov ((1890 - 1937) Ukrainian literary critic, poet - master of sonnets, leader of a group of "neoclassicists", translator of ancient poetry)
  • Mikola Juschik ((born 1948) Slovak politician, former MP from the Communist Party of Slovakia (2002-2006))
  • Mikola Yanchuk, Nikolai Yanchuk ((1859 - 1921) ethnographer, folklorist, anthropologist, literary critic and writer)
  • Mikolaus Malinovsky, Mikolaj Malinovsky ((1799 - 1865) historian, archaeographer, publisher of documents on the history of Lithuania and Poland)
  • Mikola (Nikolay) Mushinka ((born 1936) Slovak folklorist of Ruthenian origin, Ruthenian and Ukrainian writer. Doctor of Philology, foreign member of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, professor at Pryashevsky University.)
  • Mikolai Kishka, Nikolay Kishka ((1588 - 1644) statesman and military leader of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania and the Commonwealth of the Rzeczpospolita from the Kishek clan, voivode of Mstislavsky, Derpt, Troksky Kastelian, Podskarby the great Lithuanian, one of the richest and most influential Lithuanian magnates of his time)
  • Mykola Plavyuk, Mykola Plavyuk ((born 1925) Ukrainian politician in exile, was the last head of the UNR government in exile. He ceased his powers on August 22, 1992, when he officially transferred his powers to the first President of independent Ukraine, Leonid Kravchuk.)
  • Mykola Sirotyuk, Mykola Sirotyuk ((1915 -?) Ukrainian literary critic and writer)
  • Mikola Gusovsky, Nikolai Gusovsky ((about 1470 - about 1533) Lithuanian poet of the Renaissance, representative of the Novolatinsk East European school)
  • Mykolaj Kamenetsky, Nikolai Kamenetsky ((1460-1515) statesman of the Kingdom of Poland from the Kamenetsky family. Hetman of the great crown in 1503-1515, elder of Sanok, since 1507 voivode of Krakow)
  • Mikola the Pleasant, Saint Nicholas, Nicholas the Pleasant, Nicholas the Wonderworker, Saint Nicholas ((approx. 270 - approx. 345) Christian saint, Archbishop Mir Lycia (Byzantium). Revered as a miracle worker, considered the patron saint of sailors, merchants and children. In European folklore is displayed as the image of Santa Claus.)
  • Mykola Khvylyovy ((1893 - 1933) real name - Nikolay Fitilyov; Ukrainian Soviet writer. Author of the slogan "Get out from Moscow!")
  • Mikola Bushchik ((born 1948) is a Belarusian expressionist artist. Participant of more than 200 international, republican and regional exhibitions in Belarus, Russia, France, Italy, the Netherlands, Poland, Lithuania, Latvia, Germany and other countries. Author of more than 500 watercolors and about 1000 oil paintings. The artist's works are in the collections of various museums around the world, as well as in private collections in Belarus, Russia, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Yugoslavia, Poland, Spain, Finland, USA, Luxembourg, the Netherlands.)
  • Mykola (Nikolay) Bazhan ((1904 - 1983) Ukrainian Soviet poet, translator, publicist and public figure. Academician of the Academy of Sciences of the Ukrainian SSR (1951). Hero of Socialist Labor (1974). Laureate of Lenin (1982) and two Stalin prizes of the second degree (1946, 1949).)
  • Mykola Vasilko, Mykola Vasilko ((1868 - 1924) Ukrainian public and political figure, diplomat)
  • Mykola Stsiborsky ((1897 - 1941) pseudo "Bogdan" - Ukrainian national leader, participated in the creation of the army of the Ukrainian People's Republic (1917-1920). Then one of the leaders of the Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists (from 1929), publicist and theorist of Ukrainian nationalism, supporter of national oriented totalitarianism (the so-called "integral nationalism").)
  • Mykola Lebed ((1909/1910 - 1998) pseudonym - Maxim Ruban; OUN activist, supporter of Stepan Bandera. Aliases “Damn”, “Skiba”, “Yaropolk.” In the Western press, he was repeatedly called the leader of the Ukrainian fascists and accused of collaborating with the Nazis.)
  • Mikola Gorban, Nikolai Gorban ((1899 - 1973) Soviet historian, archivist, writer)
  • Mykola Kapustyansky, Nikolay Kapustyansky ((1879/1881 - 1969) Ukrainian military leader, one of the leaders of the Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists)
  • Mikola Ermalovich, Nikolai Ermolovich ((1921 - 2000) Belarusian writer, historian. He used the pseudonyms Symon Belarus, M. Ermolov, Y. Mikalaeў, Mikola Navaselets, M. Yarmolak.)

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