The Meaning Of The Name Raphael

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The Meaning Of The Name Raphael
The Meaning Of The Name Raphael

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Short form of the name Raphael. Rafailka, Rafa, Raf, Raha, Rasha, Rafila, Fail, Faila, Ilya, Lele, Rafinya, Fafa, Fefu, Rafaelinu, Rafi, Rafik, Rafalek, Rafalko, Raftsio, Rafus.

Synonyms for the name Raphael. Raphael, Raphael, Raphael, Raphael, Raphael, Raphael, Refael, Raphael.

The origin of the name Raphael. The name Raphael is Jewish, Orthodox, Catholic, Jewish, Armenian.

The name Raphael is the name of one of the seven archangels. This name was borne by the archangel-healer, who protects and protects people and animals, is able to heal them, therefore the archangel Raphael is considered the patron saint of doctors and pharmacists. On behalf of Raphael (Raphael), the female name Raphael (Raphael, Raphael) was formed.

Even in childhood, Rafael shows excessive emotionality and perseverance. He is kind, but, sometimes doing certain actions, he tries to track his benefits. With age, Raphael becomes calculating and stubborn. He analyzes everything that happens well and knows how to make the right decision in time. He is an addicted person. Capable of deception. Has a good imagination.

This man has a very developed intuition, bordering on providence. He's not a workaholic. He usually does his work in jerks. Can forget about the decision. He lacks stability. Raphael is well erudite and intellectually developed. As a profession, such specialties as a journalist, actor or writer are perfect for him. He is not adapted to physical work. Raphael is sociable, knows how to find a common language with strangers. His persistence often leads to the creation of conflicts. Disappointed in anything, he is very worried. At the same time, he can behave very pretentiously.

Raphael pays great attention to his appearance. He cares about his appearance, always tries to look attractive. Such a man can easily establish relationships with the opposite sex. Always looks after beautifully.

Marriages are usually late. By marrying, Raphael becomes a good husband and father. Tolerates the difficult nature of his wife. Strives for family well-being. Often lacks attention. Moral principles are first of all for him.

Name days of Raphael

Raphael celebrates his name day on February 27, June 6, June 19, September 29, October 24, November 19, November 20, November 21, December 11.

Famous people named Raphael

  • Raphael Santi ((1483 - 1520) Italian painter, graphic artist and architect)
  • Rafael Martos Sanchez ((born 1945) Spanish singer, actor)
  • Rafael Aroche (French singer)
  • Rafael Poiret (one of the most titled French biathletes, four-time World Cup winner, eight-time world champion, three-time Olympic medalist. Completed his sports career in 2007, but in 2008 he took part in the World Ski Championships among the military, where he became the fifth in company of the then professional skiers.)
  • Raphael Conforti ((1804 - 1880) Italian statesman)
  • Rafael Benitez Maudes (Spanish footballer and coach)
  • Rafael Papayan ((1942 - 2010) Armenian politician and statesman)
  • Rafael Eiterloh (Dutch footballer, striker)
  • Raphael "Rafoul" Eitan ((1929 - 2004) Israeli political and military leader)
  • Rafael Safarov (Soviet footballer and coach)
  • Rafael Ghazaryan ((1924 - 2007) Armenian scientist, public and statesman)
  • Rafael Alberti ((1902 - 1999) Spanish poet and playwright of the 20th century, laureate of the International Lenin Prize "For Strengthening Peace Among Nations" (1965))
  • Rafael Vaganyan (Armenian chess player; international grandmaster, champion of the USSR (1989), Honored Master of Sports of the USSR (1989))
  • Raphael Varane (French footballer)
  • Rafael Rodriguez ((1916 - 2009) President of Venezuela from 1969 to 1974 and from 1994 to 1999)
  • Rafael Iriondo Aurtenetcia ((born 1919) better known as
  • Rafa Iriondo; Basque player and coach)
  • Rafael Nadal Parera (Spanish tennis player, ex-first racket of the world in singles (2008 - 2009, 2010 - 2011). Winner of 10 Grand Slam tournaments, Olympic champion in 2008 in singles. Winner of the so-called career "Golden Slam" in singles; all Grand Slam tournaments in different years plus Olympic gold.)
  • Rafael Pascual Cortes (Spanish volleyball player, diagonal striker of the national team (1988 - 2007), best player in the 1998 World Cup, European champion 2007)
  • Rafael Chimishkyan ((born 1929) famous Soviet weightlifter, 11-time world record holder, Olympic champion (1952), two-time world champion (1954 and 1955), six-time European champion (1950, 1952, 1954-57) and five-time USSR champion (1949, 1951, 1954, 1955, 1960). Honored Master of Sports of the USSR (1952). Referee of the international category. Honorary Vice President of the Weightlifting Federation of Georgia. Awarded the title of "Best weightlifter of Georgia of the XX century." Awarded the Order of the "Badge of Honor" (1956) and "Order of Honor" (1996). Honorary Citizen of Tbilisi.)
  • Raphael Ferrer y Fito ((1911 - 1988) Spanish composer and conductor)
  • Rafail (Rafael) Ishmatov (Soviet and Russian hockey player and coach, Master of Sports of the USSR, Honored coach of Russia)
  • Rafael Gonzalez Cordova (Chilean footballer, defender)
  • Rafael Marquez Alvarez (Mexican footballer playing for the MLS New York Red Bulls. Marquez is a versatile defensive player, playing equally well as a center back or holding midfielder.)
  • Raphael Levchin ((born 1946) Russian poet, playwright, prose writer, translator, essayist, artist, actor)
  • Raphael Mathieu (French curler)
  • Raphael Frübeck de Burgos ((born 1933) Spanish conductor and composer)
  • Subcomandante Insurgente Marcos ((born 1957) literally "Deputy Rebel Commander Marcos", pseudonym; leftist radical writer and philosopher, chief ideologist and propagandist of the Zapatista National Liberation Army, which raised the Indian uprising in 1994 in Mexico in Chiapas, author of over 200 essays and 21 books Legend and universally recognized symbol of anti-globalism In public he always appears in a black mask - “Pasamontana.” It is assumed that the real name of the subcomandante is Rafael Sebastian Guillen Vicente, but he himself rejects this, claiming that “Marcos was born on January 1, 1994 "(The day of the start of the Indian revolt.) Marcos is the real name of one of the subcomandante's deceased friends. The current Marcos says that who he was in the early 80s no longer exists, so his former name has no meaning.)
  • Rafael Shahbazyan ((born 1930) Armenian Soviet political, statesman and economic leader)
  • Raphael Perestrelo (Portuguese explorer, cousin of Philippe Moniz Perestrelo, wife of the famous traveler Christopher Columbus.) Best known for being the first Europeans to land in the south of modern mainland China in 1516 and 1517 with the purpose of trading in Guangzhou. Raphael was also a merchant and captain of the Portuguese fleet during the Portuguese conquest of Malacca.)
  • Rafael Harutyunyan (figure skating coach from Armenia, former figure skater. Coached by Alexander Abt, is the last coach of the five-time world champion Michelle Kwan.)
  • Rafael Alves dos Santos (Brazilian footballer, center-back)
  • Raphael Dvali ((1909 - 1985) scientist, professor, academician of the Academy of Sciences of the Georgian SSR, honorary member of the Academy of Sciences of the German Democratic Republic)
  • Rafael Santos Bergamascu (Brazilian footballer, striker)
  • Rafaele Lombardo (Italian politician, President of Sicily)
  • Rafaele Cadorna ((1815 - 1897) Italian general)
  • Rafaele Colle, Rafaelinno del Colle or Rafaellino del Borgo Sansepolcro ((1490 - 1540) Italian painter, student of Raphael Santi and G. Romano. He worked a lot on sketches and drawings of Romano, helped Raphael in the execution of frescoes in the Farnese Villa, wrote from his drawings scenes from the history of Moses in one of the domes of the Vatican lodges and according to the composition by G. Romano "Receiving the Pope as a Gift of the City of Rome" in the so-called Hall of Constantine in the Vatican Palace. He helped G. Guengi and Giorgio Vasari in some of their works. many independent paintings, of which the best, "The Resurrection of Christ", is in the cathedral of the city of Sansepolcro. Finally, he is known as the author of many drawings for painting products of the Urbino majolica factory, which flourished under Duke Guidobald II (1538 - 1574),and as the founder of an art school in the city of Sansepolcro, from which several skilled painters emerged.)
  • Rafael Schmitz (Brazilian footballer, defender)
  • Rafaele Trevisani (Italian flutist)
  • Raphael Eristavi, Aragvis Eristavi, Eristov-Aragvsky ((1824 - 1901) prince, Georgian poet, translator, ethnographer and collector of folklore)
  • Raphael (Ralph) Tracy ((1904 - 1975) former American football player, midfielder. First World Cup member with the US national team. Inducted into the American Football Hall of Fame.)
  • Rafael Sobis (Brazilian footballer of Ukrainian origin, striker, bronze medalist of the 2008 Beijing Olympics)
  • Rafael Patkanyan ((1830 - 1892) Armenian poet, one of the founders of Armenian civil poetry, prose writer, translator, public figure. A significant part of literary works was published under the pseudonym Gamar-Kantipa (sometimes the spelling “Kamar-Kantipa” is found).)
  • Raphael Yoscheffi, Raphael Josephi ((1852 - 1915) Jewish American pianist and music teacher, originally from Hungary)
  • Rafaello Giovagnoli ((1838 - 1915) Italian novelist-historian. He gained fame with the novel "Spartacus" (1874), which opens a large cycle of his historical novels from the history of Ancient Rome; however, with the exception of "Spartacus", they are of little artistic interest.)
  • His Eminence Cardinal Raffaele Farina ((born 1933) Salesian, Italian curial cardinal. Archivist of the Vatican Secret Archives and Librarian of the Church of Rome, when he was appointed by Pope Benedict XVI in 2007, he formally took office.)

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