The Meaning Of The Name Miron

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The Meaning Of The Name Miron
The Meaning Of The Name Miron

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Short form of the name Miron. Mironka, Mirokha, Mirosha, Mosha, Monya, Ronya.

Synonyms for the name Miron. Muron, Miran, Mirony, Mirian.

The origin of the name Miron. The name Miron is Orthodox, Muslim, Catholic, Greek, Georgian.

The name Miron has different versions of its origin. According to the first, most widespread version, the name Myron comes from the Greek “muron” - “myrrh”, “myrrh”, “fragrant resin”, “exuding myrrh”, and literally means “myrrh”, ie “Fragrant resin of myrtle tree (myrtle)”. In a figurative sense, the name Myron can mean "fragrant."

There is stress on both the first and second syllables. Also Myron is the form of the name Myronius. There are analogues in Georgia - the name Mirian. On behalf of Myron of the Greek version of the origin, the female names Mirra and Myropia are formed.

According to the second version, the name Miron is the Tajik form of the Persian name Miran, meaning "sovereign", "emir".

Myron's Catholic name days are August 8 and 17. The rest of the dates indicated are the Orthodox name days of Myron.

Myron's character largely coincides with the associations evoked by his name. He is gentle, unhurried, good-natured and a little sad. Myron is characterized by real generosity of the soul and attractive kindness. At the same time, one should not think that in the character of Myron there is not enough firmness, which is necessary for every man. He is and goes well with the kind-heartedness and humanitarianism of this man.

In the life of Miron, the upbringing he received and the influence of his parents play an important role. Also, as in childhood, Miron listens carefully to the opinion of parents and people who have authority for him. Close ones can both develop a sense of humor in Miron, and, on the contrary, give him a tendency to sadness and melancholy. Parents should be careful, as hardness developed in childhood can develop into cruelty over the years. Most often, Myron is more attached to his mother.

At school, Miron studies well, although he lacks perseverance. Parents have a lot of work to teach their son to be neat and tidy. The boy tries to do most of the things on the go, because he is very mobile and energetic.

Myron is often fond of aircraft modeling. He enjoys attending technical circles and absorbing additional knowledge. It is not uncommon for his knowledge in various subjects to far exceed school standards. As a result, Miron is a usual participant in all kinds of Olympiads, in which he invariably takes prizes.

Myron has a strong-willed character. He is persistent and firm in his work. This man is not devoid of self-esteem, which, however, is rarely painful, but, nevertheless, ambitious aspirations are characteristic of Myron. To realize himself in any career, Miron will definitely make every effort. However, the choice of a particular profession often depends on the upbringing received. Myron often follows in the footsteps of his parents.

The assertiveness and firmness of character inherent in the winter Miron allow him to achieve success in the sports struggle for championship and other power sports.

Myron is characterized by honesty, commitment and loyalty to the word. He is punctual and does not make ill-considered promises. These traits attract people to him, and in a team he quickly becomes a leader. Colleagues no less appreciate the fact that Miron is not fussy in business, but he will always complete the work he has begun. It rarely happens that Miron tries to entrust someone with a task entrusted to him.

Myron is charming and spiritually gifted. Moreover, he fully deserves the title of "domestic man". Few are as attached to a family as a person with that name. Myron avoids long trips and business trips, seeks to spend as much time as possible with his family and children, to whom he is selflessly devoted. However, in family life, Miron is most often unlucky, and there comes a moment when only children keep him from divorce, for the sake of which he can endure a lot.

For friends, Miron is generous. He knows how to sympathize and empathize, is always ready to help. If necessary, Miron will stand up for himself and for his friends. In general, a man with this name maintains healthy relationships with others.

Communicating with Miron is not difficult. However, it should be remembered that he reacts very negatively to lies and unnecessaryness. Having lied to Miron, a person is likely to lose his respect. Myron loves to play chess or charades. At the same time, he is modest and prefers to listen than speak.

Myron's birthday

Myron celebrates his name day on April 2, August 8, August 17, August 21, August 30, September 13, September 30.

Famous people named Miron

  • Miron Mordukhovich ((born 1929) chief architect of the Lipetskgrazhdanproekt institute. In the spring of 1954 he came to Lipetsk, which in the same year became the center of the created Lipetsk region. At the same time, construction began. In 1960-1969 he worked in the construction department of Lipetsk. Since 1977 he has been the chief architect of the Lipetskgrazhdanproekt institute. In 1993 he was one of the initiators of the creation of the Jewish community of Lipetsk.)
  • Miron Volsky ((1892 - 1958) Soviet doctor, medical scientist. Doctor of Medical Sciences (1939), Professor (1940). He worked as the head of the department of clinical therapy in Kuibyshev, professor, head of the department of the Kyrgyz State Medical Institute. Specialist in the field of therapy in the conditions He was awarded the Orders of the Red Banner of Labor and the Badge of Honor, medals of the USSR. Honored Scientist of the Kyrgyz SSR. Author of more than 60 scientific papers. One of the signs of cholecystitis is named after him: pain with a slight blow with the edge of the palm in an oblique direction from bottom to top. right hypochondrium (Volsky's symptom).)
  • Efim Alekseevich (1774 - 1842) and Miron Efimovich (1803 - 1849) Cherepanovs (Russian inventors and industrial engineers, father and son. They were from the serfs Demidovs - the famous family of plant owners. From 1822 until his death, Efim was the chief mechanic of all factories in Nizhny Tagil. The son Miron was his student and in 1819 was appointed his deputy and, ultimately, replaced his father after his death. The Cherepanovs significantly improved the mechanisms used in metallurgy, gold, iron and copper mining, as well as sawmills and flour mills However, the most interesting aspect of the Cherepanovs' work is the steam engines, which they stubbornly tried to introduce into industrial production. Since 1820, the Cherepanovs built about 20 steam engines with a capacity of 2 to 60 hp. In 1833, Miron Cherepanov was sent to England,where he studied the structure of railways. Upon their return, in 1833-1834, they created the first steam locomotive in Russia, and then in 1835 - the second, more powerful one. They also built cast iron railways from one of their factories to a copper mine. For the construction of a railway 854 meters long, Miron Cherepanov received a free license (Efim received it a little earlier, also for the construction of steam engines). Despite the successful completion of the project and their locomotives, the Cherepanovs' invention did not find support outside the plant, and subsequently their steam locomotives were replaced by horse-drawn traction.)For the construction of a railway 854 meters long, Miron Cherepanov received a free license (Efim received it a little earlier, also for the construction of steam engines). Despite the successful completion of the project and their locomotives, the Cherepanovs' invention did not find support outside the plant, and subsequently their steam locomotives were replaced by horse-drawn traction.)For the construction of a railway 854 meters long, Miron Cherepanov received a free license (Efim received it a little earlier, also for the construction of steam engines). Despite the successful completion of the project and their locomotives, the Cherepanovs' invention did not find support outside the plant, and subsequently their steam locomotives were replaced by horse-drawn traction.)
  • Miron Viner ((1928 - 2010) Soviet volleyball player and volleyball coach. Four-time champion of the USSR. Forward. Master of Sports of the USSR (1952), Honored Coach of the USSR (1964). Four-time champion of the USSR (1952-1955), silver (1957) and bronze (1951) medalist of the USSR championships. From 1958 on coaching. In 1958-1980 - senior coach of the women's volleyball team CSKA, five-time champion of the USSR (1965, 1966, 1968, 1969, 1974), five-time silver (1962, 1972, 1973, 1977, 1979) and three-time bronze (1958, 1975, 1980) medalist of allied championships, winner of the USSR Cup 1972, two-time winner of the European Champions Cup (1966, 1967), two-time winner of the CEB Cup Winners' Cup (1973, 1974). Senior coach of the Moscow women's team, champion of the USSR and the Spartakiad of the Peoples of the USSR in 1963 and 1967,silver (1959) and bronze (1975) prize-winner of the Spartakiad. Coach of the USSR women's national team, Olympic silver medalist in 1964, European champion in 1963. Awarded the medal "For Labor Valor".)
  • Miron Costin ((1633 - 1691) Moldavian chronicler and politician)
  • Miron Markevich ((born 1951) Soviet footballer, midfielder, now coach; Honored coach of Ukraine (1977))
  • Myron Korduba ((1876 - 1947) Ukrainian historian, publicist, bibliographer)
  • Myron Petrovsky ((born 1932) Ukrainian literary critic, writer. Published in almanacs, magazines and newspapers, among them: "Literary heritage", "New world", "Youth", "Literary issues", "In the world of books", " Children's Literature "," Book Review "," Ogonyok "," Literaturnaya Gazeta "," Literary Study "," Soviet Screen "," Soviet Culture "," Family and School "," Philosophical and Sociological Thought "," Evening Kiev " and many others.)
  • Miron (Meer Simonovich) Vovsi ((1897 - 1960) Soviet therapist, professor (1936), Major General of the Medical Service (1943), Honored Scientist of the RSFSR (1944), Academician of the USSR Academy of Medical Sciences (1948). Since 1936, Head of the Department of Therapy of the Central Institute for Advanced Training of Doctors, at the same time in 1941 -1950 - the chief therapist of the Soviet Army. Author of scientific works, mainly on the treatment of diseases of the kidneys, lungs, circulatory organs, developed the basic provisions of military field therapy, one of the creators of which he is. Vovsi participated in the development and implementation of a system of therapeutic measures in the troops, studied the characteristics of diseases in servicemen in the army.)
  • Myron Zayachkovsky ((1897 - 1937) an active participant in the communist movement in Western Ukraine, one of the leaders of the Communist Party of Ukraine)
  • Myron Bialoshevsky ((1922 - 1983) Polish poet and playwright)
  • Patriarch Miron ((1868 - 1939) in the world - Elie Cristea; Romanian statesman and religious leader, Patriarch of All Romania (1925-1939) Prime Minister of Romania (1938-1939))
  • Myron (Greek sculptor of the middle of the 5th century BC from Eleutherus, on the border of Attica and Boeotia. The sculptor of the era immediately preceding the highest flowering of Greek art (end of the 6th - beginning of the 5th century). The ancients characterize him as the greatest realist and expert on anatomy, who, however, did not know how to give life and expression to faces. He portrayed gods, heroes and animals, and with special love reproduced difficult, transient poses. His most famous work "Discobolus", an athlete intending to start a disc, is a statue that has come down to our of the time in several copies, the best of which is made of marble and is in the Massimi Palace in Rome, and the copy in the British Museum has the head incorrectly. Along with this statue, ancient writers mention with praise his statue of Marsyas, grouped with Athena. We also get an idea of this group from several later repetitions of it. Of the images of animals performed by Miron, the most famous was "Chick", in praise of which dozens of epigrams were written. With the slightest exceptions, Myron's works were bronze. A crater on Mercury is named after Myron.)
  • Myron Barnovsky-Mogila (Barnovsky Movila) ruler of the Moldavian principality (1626 - 1629, 1633))
  • Miron Cosma ((born 1954) Romanian miner, union leader. Active participant in the 1991 mineriad, which overthrew the government of Petre Romana.)
  • Miron Chernenko ((1931 - 2004) Russian film critic. Candidate of art history (1978). He worked in the USSR State Film Fund, in the magazine "Soviet Screen", in the Research Institute of Cinematography (since 1991 head of the Department of European Cinema). He headed the selection committee at XIX and XX Moscow International film festivals President of the Guild of Historians of Cinema and Film Critics of Russia since 1994. Chernenko's book “Red Star, Yellow Star: A Cinematic History of Jewry in Russia, 1919-1999” (2006) summarized a huge amount of factual material related to the Jewish theme and Jewish participation in Russian cinema (more than 500 films). Chernenko also published advertising and informational brochures about the work of such directors as Yuliy Raizman, Marlen Khutsiev, Sergei Paradzhanov. Author of numerous articles on cinema, including in the magazines "Art of Cinema", "Cinematographic Notes","Soviet screen", as well as in foreign publications. The collection "Prosto Miron" published in 2006 is dedicated to the memory of Chernenko.)
  • Miron Polyakin ((1895 - 1941) Russian and Soviet violinist, teacher. In 1909 he gave his first solo concert in St. Petersburg. In 1917-1926 he toured around the world, was a professor in Leningrad (1928-1936) and Moscow (1936-1941) conservatoire. In Leningrad he lived in the famous Tolstoy house. "He was a true romantic violinist, a true inspired violin poet, who in every phrase, in every melodic intonation and even in a single sound had a poetic beginning." Arts of the RSFSR Polyakin received only in 1940.)
  • Miron Shema ((1902 - 1999) Israeli painter and graphic artist)
  • Miron Gagauz ((born 1954) is a politician in the Republic of Moldova. He served as Minister of Transport and Roads under Prime Minister Vasil Tarlev (2005-2007).)
  • Miron Shishmanyan ((born 1956) Armenian political and statesman)
  • Miro (king of the Suevi in Galicia (modern western Spain and northern Portugal), ruled 570 - 583)
  • Miron Merzhanov, Miran Merzhanyants ((1895 - 1975) an outstanding Soviet architect. In 1934-1941 - personal architect of I. V. Stalin, the author of projects for Stalin's dachas and top leaders of the USSR in Kuntsevo, Matsesta, Bocharov Ruchey. In 1943-1954 repressed, worked in architectural sharashki from Sochi to Komsomolsk-on-Amur. Author of the projects of the Golden Stars of the Hero of the Soviet Union and Hero of Socialist Labor (1938-1939).)
  • Miron Efimov ((born 1915) Hero of the Soviet Union, pilot, commander of the aviation link of the 18th Attack Aviation Regiment of the Air Force (Air Force) of the Black Sea Fleet)
  • Miron Mundus-Edokov ((1879 - 1942) Altai writer and playwright. Mundus-Edokov is the author of many Altai textbooks, both for children and adults ("Oirot Schools" (1924), "Taҥ Cholmon" (1928), etc. These textbooks also contain his poems. Mundus-Edokov is the founder of Altai drama: he wrote the plays "Daughter-in-law", "Before and Now", "Kalym." In 2009, it was decided to install a bust of M. V. Mundus -Edokov in Gorno-Altaysk.)
  • Miron Lyubovsky ((1876 - 1952) Russian doctor, one of the organizers of health care in the Tver province. In the 1920s he became the main organizer of the creation of a school of nurses in Tver. The school was opened in 1920 and Lyubovsky became its head. Honored Doctor of the RSFSR.)
  • Miron Radu Paraschivescu ((1911 - 1971) Romanian poet, essayist, journalist and translator)
  • Myron Tarnavsky ((1869 - 1938) Galician Austrian and Ukrainian military leader, participant of the First World War (on the side of Austria-Hungary), centurion of the formations of the Ukrainian Sich Riflemen (1918), Lieutenant General (Chetar General), commander of the Galician Army (1919), initiator of the conclusion of the Zyatkov agreements and a military alliance between the Galician Army and the Armed Forces of the South of Russia (November 1919))
  • Miron Fedorov, better known by his stage name Oxxxymiron (born 1985), an English-Russian rapper of Jewish origin. One of the founders and former member of the Vagabund label. He is considered the first mass performer of the grime genre in Russian. performer, the pseudonym "Oxxxymiron" comes from a combination of his name and the literary term "oxymoron" (eng. Oxymoron).)
  • Miron Penson ((born 1928) Soviet cameraman, photographer. Honored Worker of Culture of Uzbekistan. Born in the family of the famous Soviet photojournalist, author of the famous photograph, the portrait of the "Uzbek Madonna", Max Zakharovich Penson. Worked as a photographer for the magazine "Saodat." and cameraman. At the Uzbekfilm film studio from 1957 to 1990 - director of photography. In 1999 he left the United States.)
  • Sergei Mironov ((1894 - 1940) real name - Miron Korol; Soviet state security figure and diplomat, State Security Commissioner III rank (1937))
  • Miron Kuzovlev ((1923 - 1967) participant of the Great Patriotic War. Hero of the Soviet Union (1945). Platoon commander of the 1st battalion of the 63rd Guards Rifle Regiment of the Riga Red Banner 23rd Guards Rifle Division, 3rd Shock Army. Hero of the Soviet Union with the Order of Lenin and the Gold Star medal (No. 6739) - for courage and courage shown during the Berlin offensive. Awarded the Orders of Lenin (1945), Red Star (1944) and Glory 2 nd and 3 degrees (1945, 1944), as well as three medals "For Courage" (1943, 1944, 1944), "For Military Merit" (1944), "For the capture of Berlin", "For the liberation of Warsaw" and others. E. E. Kuzovlev at the Resurrection cemetery belongs to the monuments of history.)
  • Miron Chubinidze ((1905 -?) Soviet party and statesman, chairman of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the Georgian SSR since 1959)
  • Miron Rapoport ((born 1932) Soviet and Russian geophysicist. Doctor of Technical Sciences (1978), Professor (1980), laureate of the USSR State Prize (1986). Honored Scientist of the Russian Federation (2005). Since 1980 - Professor of the Department of Field (exploration) geophysics of the Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas Author of a number of scientific works in the field of geophysical systems, discovered the effect of seismic inelasticity of oil and gas deposits and, on its basis, developed a method for detecting such deposits. information.)
  • Myron Bereza (Canadian footballer of Ukrainian descent, striker)
  • Miran Burgic ((born 1984) Slovenian footballer, striker, player of the Slovenian national team)
  • Miran Pavlin ((born 1971) Slovenian footballer, midfielder, participant of Euro 2000 and World Cup 2002 as part of the Slovenian national team)

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