The Meaning Of The Name Samuel

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The Meaning Of The Name Samuel
The Meaning Of The Name Samuel

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The short form of the name Samuel. Samuilka, Samunya, Samuha, Sanya, Samoilushka, Samonya, Samoha, Samosha, Sam, Sammy, Samuelito, Muel, Samu, Mumu, Samuka, Samuelino, Lele.

Synonyms for the name Samuel. Samoilo, Samoila, Samuel, Samuel, Shamuel, Shamil, Shimon, Shamo, Simon, Samvel, Samuel, Samuel, Zamuel, Samuel, Samuilos, Samuilus, Samuli, Sauil.

The origin of the name Samuel. The name Samuel is Jewish, Orthodox, Catholic, Jewish.

The name Samuel is a modern version of the Hebrew name Shemuel (Shmuel), which means “God heard”. This name is widespread among the Jews, but also has various variations among other peoples.

So the name Samuel in Russian is used most often as Samoila, in European countries - Samuel, Samuel, among Armenians - Samvel, among Muslims - Shamil. One of the variants of pronunciation and use of the name Samuel is the name Shimon (Simon), an analogue of the name Semyon (Simeon). The paired female name is Samuela.

The name Samuel was bore in the Old Testament, Samuel, the great prophet and the last and most famous judge of Israel, who anointed Saul and David on the kingdom. The dates of the Orthodox name days of Samuel are March 1, August 22, September 2, the rest of the dates indicated are the Catholic name days of Samuel.

Samuel can be characterized as an objective, intelligent and generous person. Striving to achieve more in life, he forbids himself to be weak. The main characteristic features of this man are activity, will, morality and sensitivity. In addition, Samuel is mobile and somewhat proud.

In his early years, Samuel is more active and mobile than assiduous. He is carried away by all kinds of games, and the range of interests is so wide that it is difficult for the boy to dwell on one thing. Despite the curiosity and quick mind, during school years, there may be some difficulties with learning. But in the end, Samuel catches up with his peers, quickly assimilating the missed material.

Parents should not fight their son's restlessness by resorting to punishment. The boy's quick mind will tell him the way around, and so Samuel will learn deception and cunning. Persuasions and appeals to conscience will not give the best result. The only way is to instill in Samuel the right interests, then the problem will disappear by itself.

During his years of study, Samuel becomes a diligent student, and then a student. Parents do not need to guide him, the young man himself quite responsibly approaches the choice of his future fate. If during these years the young man does not get used to deception and cunning, his fate may turn out very well. He is ambitious and will gradually learn to make an effort to achieve his goal. Especially in his career, he will be helped by the ability to think with lightning speed and the presence of a rich imagination. Good success awaits the young man in a profession related to creativity.

Although Samuel is quite efficient, you will not see fanatical zeal for work in him. He sets himself a task that will be clearly defined, and brings it to the end. A man chooses a profession mostly from the standpoint of its social significance. Samuel possesses extensive knowledge that he acquires thanks to a good memory and an analytical mind. He is able to cover any problem entirely and based on this make the right decision. In solving problems, Samuel is also helped by his willpower, although a man shows this quality only in the most extreme cases. Samuel's greatest success awaits in a career in which competence and selflessness are important.

Samuel is highly moral. And in life and in work, he will never act against his conscience. Although a man is temperamental, he rarely gives in to his desires and temptations. By getting married, Samuel becomes a good husband. As a father, he is demanding and affectionate. A man lives a rich inner life, which makes him an outstanding personality.

When communicating with Samuel, one cannot fail to notice the tact and balance of this person. He is sensitive and benevolent to all people, but does not give in to other people's influence. You shouldn't even try to convince him of something. Communication with Samuel has a very positive effect on people. This person is completely devoid of even a small drop of aggressiveness. Friends appreciate his sense of humor and optimism. Problems in communication with Samuel can arise only if the interlocutor touches his pride.

Samuel's birthday

Samuel celebrates his name day on February 16, March 1, August 9, August 20, August 22, September 2, October 10.

Famous people named Samuel

  • Samuel (Shmuel) (biblical prophet, the last and most famous of the judges of Israel (XI century BC). Samuel was brought up at the Tabernacle in the most difficult and troubled time in the life of the Israelites. He was a reformer of his people. Under the weak high priest and Judge Elijah (Eli) morale fell to the extreme; the people had to endure a severe defeat at the hands of the Philistines, who as a result took over the greatest shrine - the Ark of the Covenant.)
  • Archangel Samuel (one of the angels. Is the patron saint of musicians, poets, writers, artists - people who have talents from God, or a penchant for creativity. Also often and with pleasure helps children.)
  • Tsar Samuil ((died 1014) Tsar of Bulgaria (980-1014) from the Komitopul dynasty. In fact, he began to rule Bulgaria as a military commander in 971. After the death of his elder brothers David and Moses in 980, he became king of Bulgaria, laying the foundation for the Komitopul dynasty.)
  • Metropolitan Samuel ((1731 - 1796) in the world - Simeon Mislavsky; Metropolitan of Kiev and Galician. Philosopher, theologian.)
  • Samuil Samosud ((1884 - 1964) Russian and Soviet conductor, teacher, cellist. People's Artist of the USSR (1937). Winner of three Stalin Prizes (1941, 1947, 1952).)
  • Samuil Marshak ((1887 - 1964) Soviet poet, playwright, translator, literary critic. Winner of the Lenin (1963) and four Stalin prizes (1942, 1946, 1949, 1951). Streets in Voronezh, Cheboksary, Kiev, Donetsk are named after Samuil Marshak., Kramatorsk and Yalta. The image of Samuil Marshak is used in Vyacheslav Butusov's humorous song "Zvezdochka" (solo album "Ovals", 1998). In Voronezh, 2012 was declared the Year of Marshak.)
  • Samuil Barsky ((1853 -?) Russian journalist. Brother of the Petersburg journalist, employee of the "Rassvet" magazine Abraham Barsky.)
  • Samuil Mirimsky ((born 1922) pseudonym - S. E. Poletaev; Russian writer, editor. Awarded medals. Member of the Union of Writers of the USSR (1965) and the Union of Writers of Moscow.)
  • Samuil Nevelshtein ((1903 - 1983) Soviet artist, painter, graphic artist, teacher, member of the Leningrad organization of the Union of Artists of the RSFSR)
  • Samuel Cunard ((1787 - 1865) one of the largest shipowners of the 19th century. He was awarded a contract with the British government to transport mail between Boston, Newfoundland and Halifax. By 1812 the company owned a fleet of 40 sailing ships. During the war of 1812 he volunteered and he rose to the rank of captain. By 1837 he became a millionaire and the father of 9 children (2/7). In 1839, together with a number of partners, he founded a shipping postal company - "British and North American Royal Mail Steam Package Company", which later received his name (now Cunard Line) With the support of the British Postal Authority, the Liverpool-to-Boston voyage of the steamer Britannia in 1840 marked the beginning of a regular transatlantic cargo and passenger steamship service, and as president of the company founded the Atlantic Blue Ribbon prize. In 1859, Cunard received a knighthood from Queen Victoria for his services in the development of transatlantic shipping.)
  • Prince Samuil Koretsky ((died 1622) the head of the magnate family Koretsky after the death of his father Yakim in 1613, on the mother's side - the nephew of hetman Jan Karol Chodkiewicz. By marrying Katerina, daughter of the Moldavian ruler Jeremiah Mogila, he supported the Mogila clan in its claims to rule in the Moldavian principality.)
  • Samuil Kaplan ((1921 - 1978) Russian astrophysicist, professor, author of seventeen books and more than one hundred and fifty scientific papers)
  • Samuel Finley Breeze Morse ((1791 - 1872) American inventor and artist. The most famous inventions are the electromagnetic writing telegraph ("Morse apparatus", 1836) and Morse code. On May 24, 1844, the first dispatch was sent between Washington and Baltimore using the Morse method with (See the text "Wonderful are Thy works, O Lord.")
  • Samuel Fried ((1909 - 1985) Soviet cameraman and director)
  • Sydney Reilly, other translations of Reilly, Reilly (Georges de Lafar), Reilly ((1873 - 1925) birth name, presumably Solomon or Samuel or Sigmund Rosenblum; British intelligence officer operating in 1910-1920 in Russia and the Middle East. One of the prototypes of James Bond in the novels of Ian Fleming.)
  • Shulem-Shmil (Samuel) Schwarzburd, also known as Shulim Schwarzburd, Sholem-Shmuel Schwarzbord and Sholem Schwartzbard ((1886 - 1938) Jewish poet, publicist and anarchist, who killed Simon Petliura and was acquitted by the French court. He wrote the pseudonym " Khaloymes "(Dreamer).)
  • Samuel Zwilling ((1891 - 1918) one of the organizers of the 1917 revolution in St. Petersburg, a prominent figure of the RSDLP (b) in the South Urals in 1917-1918)
  • Samuil Furer ((1909 - 1979) Soviet violinist, graduate of P. S. Stolyarsky's music school, Honored Artist of the RSFSR)
  • Samuil Rubashkin ((1906 - 1975) Russian screenwriter, cameraman and artist)
  • Samuil Aizikovich ((1882 - 1963) Russian and Soviet architect, civil engineer, specialist in the design of residential buildings)
  • Samuel Bohumil (Theophilus) Linde ((1771 - 1847) Polish lexicographer, philologist and historian. Compiler of the six-volume "Dictionary of the Polish Language" published in 1807-1814, the first voluminous dictionary of the Polish language.)
  • Samuel Gardner ((1891 - 1984) American violinist and composer of Russian origin)
  • Samuil Margolin (Mikaelo) ((1893 - 1953) Russian theater director and critic)
  • Samuel (Shamuel) Aba ((c. 990 - 1044) Hungarian king (1041-1044), was married to the sister of King Stephen I. Saint Samuel Aba traces its origin, although without convincing evidence, one of the Hungarian noble families, whose name at the end of the 19th century, the Abaui committee was called (part of the modern Borsod-Abauj-Zemplen county).)
  • Samuel (Sammy) Ameobi ((born 1992) English Nigerian footballer. England Under-21s. Sam plays as a striker, but can also play as a left or right wing midfielder.)
  • Samuil Crimea ((1835 - 1898) a prominent Karaite public figure, teacher)
  • Samuel Theodor Kwelmalz ((1696 - 1758) German physician-writer)
  • Samuil Medvedovsky ((1891 - 1924) Chevalier of two Orders of the Red Banner of the RSFSR, Full St George Cavalier, participant of the First World War and the Civil War)
  • Samuil Polyakov ((1837 - 1888) a well-known concessionaire and builder of railways in the Russian Empire, a philanthropist. According to S. Yu. Witte, Samuil Polyakov was “the most famous of the railroad aces”.)
  • Samuil Guz ((1905 - 1969) a prominent Soviet metallurgical engineer, “the father of Soviet titanium.” He worked at the Dneprovsky magnesium plant, since 1935 - the chief engineer of the plant. At the beginning of the Great Patriotic War, while continuing his work as a chief engineer, he supervised the relocation plant in Solikamsk. Developed (together with AF Pavlov, NN Kichin, VP Sipailov and VV Shchenkov) the technology of industrial titanium production. Participated in the creation of the Soviet titanium industry. Since 1942 - Director of the Polevskoy cryolite plant (Polevskoe). In 1954-1960 - chief engineer of the Zaporozhye titanium-magnesium plant. In 1961-1968 - chief metallurgist of the Institute of Titanium (Zaporozhye). During these years, he took part in the construction and launch (including as the chairman of the State selection committee) of the Bereznikovskiy and Ust-Kamenogorsk titanium-magnesium plants. Author of textbooks on titanium production technology.)
  • Samuel Müller ((1848 - 1922) Dutch historian)
  • Samuel Gibs ((died 1795) Vice Admiral, hero of the Archipelago Expedition of 1769-1774)
  • Samuil Sachs ((1884 - 1937) literary pseudonyms - I. I. Gladnev and I. I. Gladyshev, party pseudonyms - Alexander and Khoma Brut; Russian revolutionary, son of a wealthy St. Petersburg manufacturer Markus Rafailovich Sachs)
  • Samuil Levitin ((1876 -?) Russian teacher, people's teacher, editorial board member of the famous pedagogical publication "Russian School", journalist)
  • Samuil Zhukhovitsky ((born 1916) Soviet and Russian chess player, international master (1967), coach)
  • Samuel Gordon ((1909 - 1998) Soviet Jewish writer (Yiddish))
  • Samuil Velichko ((1670 - circa 1728) Ukrainian chronicler. The main work - "Chronicle of events in South-Western Russia. XVII century." (1848-1864), in which Velichko, using a relatively wide range of Ukrainian and foreign sources, sets out history of Ukraine in connection with the history of Russia, Poland, Moldova. In particular, one of the sources was the diaries of the Polish chronicler S. Okolsky about the suppression of the peasant-Cossack uprising in 1638 by the Polish troops, translated by S. Lukomsky in the 18th century.)
  • Samuil Buachidze ((1882 - 1918) pseudonym - Noy; Russian revolutionary Bolshevik, one of the leaders of the struggle for Soviet power in the North Caucasus)
  • Samuel Amsler ((1791 - 1849) 19th century Swiss engraver. Amsler's first major work was Carl Dolce's Magdalene, after which he went to Rome in 1816, where he joined the New German school. Amsler was a passionate admirer of Raphael and achieved great success in the reproduction of his works. Together with Karl Bart, he prepared the title page for the book “The Song of the Nibelungs,” based on a drawing by Peter Joseph von Cornelius. During his second stay in Rome (1820-1824), he began his major work depicting Alexander's triumphal march through Thorvaldsen's precision of drawing and the free, bold manner of his chisel, fully consistent with the original - qualities that he showed in his other work, in the engraving from Dannecker's statue "Christ" - gave him a place among the most glorious masters of engraving on copper. One of his significant works is the engraving "John" by Domenichino. His last major work, on which he worked from 1840 to 1847, was a copy of Johann Friedrich Overbeck's "Triumph of Faith in Art" (in Frankfurt, at the Staedel Institute).)
  • Samuel Bernstein ((1910/1911 - 1997) Russian linguist-Slavist, Balkanist, dialectologist, specialist in the Bulgarian language, linguistic geography. Author of memoirs, historian of science.)
  • Samuil Kozinets ((1912 - 1941) Soviet footballer, defender. At the turn of 1930-1940 he was considered one of the best defenders of Leningrad.)
  • Samuil Maykapar ((1867 - 1938) famous pianist and composer, teacher of the Petrograd Conservatory, music writer. Grandfather of Alexander Maykapar. Karaite origin. A versatile musician, Maykapar was known as the author of a number of piano pieces for children and youth. In particular, great popularity was won by his cycle of piano miniatures "Spillikins", his romances and "Musical ear" (Moscow, 1900).)
  • Samoilo (Samuil) Zborowski ((died 1584) Polish military and political leader, royal captain, magnate, hetman of Ukraine in 1581. Son of Kashtelian of Krakow Martin Zborowski and Anna Konarska, the most famous of the brothers.)
  • Samoilo Samus ((died about 1713) Ukrainian political and military leader, Colonel Vinnitsky and Boguslavsky (1688-1713), hetman of the Right Bank Ukraine. With I. Samus played a major role in the restoration of the Cossacks in the Right Bank Ukraine in the 80s of the XVII century.)
  • Samoilo (Samuil) Cat aka Matvey Kushka ((1530 - 1602/1620) koshevoy ataman, hetman (1574-1575, 1599-1602). He led the Cossack army in the Infland campaign, a number of naval campaigns: to Gezlev, Izmail, Ochakov, Belgorod -Dnestrovsky.)
  • Samoila Ryabov ((1813 - circa 1880) Russian soldier, participant in the Caucasian War. For his distinction during the assault, Akhulgo Ryabov was awarded the insignia of the military order of St. George No. 74554. In 1880, court adviser A. V. Derzhavin wrote a story in Stavropol Samoily Ryabov about his military service in the Caucasus and the fall of the Tsatanykh fortification. This story was published in the 18th volume of the "Caucasian collection" for 1897. Ryabov's story is one of those extremely few sources on the history of the war in the Caucasus, belonging to the lower ranks of the Caucasian army.)
  • Samuele Romanini ((born 1976) an Italian bobsledder, overclocking, who played for the Italian national team from 1998 to 2011. Participant of two Winter Olympics, winner of the bronze medal of the World Championship, medalist and winner of the World Cup stages.)
  • Samuele Dalla Bona ((born 1981) Italian footballer, central midfielder. Player of the Mantova club.)
  • Christian Friedrich Samuel Hahnemann ((1755 - 1843) founder of homeopathy)
  • Samuel Didier Biang ((born 1974) former Cameroonian footballer, striker)
  • Samuel Graves ((1713 - 1787) British Admiral, best known for his role at the start of the American Revolutionary War)
  • Samuel Kwok ((born 1948) master of Wing Chun Kung Fu, student of Ip Chin and Ip Chun - sons of the patriarch of Wing Chun - Ip Man. For several years Samuel Kwok studied Wing Chun under the guidance of Ip Chun and later opened his first school in Hong Kong. In 1981, Master Ip Chun appointed Samuel Kwok overseas representative of the Ip Man Martial Arts Association. In the same year, Master Samuel returned to the UK and began giving private lessons in Wing Chun. The popularity of the art, not yet very widespread by that time, was growing. In the same year, the master opened his first school, and he organized the first Wing Chun seminar in the UK in 1981. Over the next 10 years, the seminars were held regularly. In 1991, Master Samuel Kwok conducted the first joint seminar in Great Britain with two great masters and direct heirs of the knowledge of Wing Chun Kung Fu Ip Man - his sons Ip Chin Ip Chun. Similar seminars were also held in the next 10 years, including in the United States. In 1998, Master Samuel Kwok was awarded an Honorary Bachelor of Arts from the University of Manchester for his contribution to the development and promotion of martial arts. At present (2011) Samuel Kwok's Wing Chun Kung Fu Association is one of the largest Kung Fu practicing communities. Her students are in Russia, USA, South Africa and Australia, Brazil. Samuel Kwok continues to personally lead classes and seminars.)In 1998, Master Samuel Kwok was awarded an Honorary Bachelor of Arts from the University of Manchester for his contribution to the development and promotion of martial arts. At present (2011) Samuel Kwok's Wing Chun Kung Fu Association is one of the largest Kung Fu practicing communities. Her students are in Russia, USA, South Africa and Australia, Brazil. Samuel Kwok continues to personally lead classes and seminars.)In 1998, Master Samuel Kwok was awarded an Honorary Bachelor of Arts from the University of Manchester for his contribution to the development and promotion of martial arts. At present (2011) Samuel Kwok's Wing Chun Kung Fu Association is one of the largest Kung Fu practicing communities. Her students are in Russia, USA, South Africa and Australia, Brazil. Samuel Kwok continues to personally lead classes and seminars.)
  • Samuel Inkum ((born 1989) Ghanaian footballer)
  • Samuel Le Bian ((born 1965) French actor)
  • Samuel Liddell (or Liddell) "MacGregor" Mathers ((1854 - 1918) née Samuel Liddell Mathers; renowned magician, one of the most influential occultists of his time, Rosicrucian and tarologist. Mainly known as one of the founders of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn - ceremonially -magic order, branches of which exist to this day.)
  • Samuel (Chaim) Granovsky ((1889 - 1942) French artist, painter and sculptor of Jewish origin. He was fond of Dadaism. Known as a set designer, artist of the play "Air Heart" by Tristan Tzara (1923) and a sculptor, participant of exhibitions in the salon of the Independent.)
  • Samuel Weiner ((1910 - 1980) birth name Samuel Haimovich Weiner; prominent Brazilian journalist and editor Samuel Weiner was a reporter for the Diários Associados newspaper for many years, the only Brazilian journalist at the Nuremberg Trials. Samuel Weiner is named after the school in San Paulo (Escola Estadual Samuel Wainer).)
  • Samuel von Coccei ((1679 - 1755) German lawyer and statesman. Von Coczei was at the forefront of work on the Prussian legal reform carried out by Frederick the Great. In 1749 Samuel von Coczei completed and entered into force a new set of laws "Corpus juris Fridericianum ", Which in its impact on the social and legal sphere is comparable to the Code of Justinian. His works earned him the nicknames" Prince of Lawyers "and" Hercules, who cleared the Augean stables of Prussian law. "In 1780, however, this code was revised once again by von Karmer.)
  • Samuel Eto`o Fiss ((born 1981) Cameroon footballer, striker)
  • Samuel Eilenberg ((1913 - 1998) Polish and American mathematician. Major works in the field of algebraic topology (the most famous system of axioms of the Eilenberg - Steenrod homology theory) and homological algebra. Was the creator (together with S. McLain) of the theory of categories. They also introduced spaces Eilenberg - MacLane K (G, n), having the only non-trivial homotopy group G in dimension n. His work in the field of automata theory is important. Wolf Prize winner (1986). He was a member of the famous Nicolas Bourbaki group, and one of the few participants are not French.)
  • Samuel Tsegai (Eritrean long distance runner. Silver medalist at the 2009 World Half Marathon in the team event. Silver medalist at the 2010 World Cross Country Championship in the team event.)
  • Samuel Richardson ((1689 - 1761) English writer, founder of the "sensitive" literature of the 18th and early 19th centuries. His three epistolary novels brought him fame: "Pamela, or the rewarded virtue" (1740), "Clarissa, or the story of a young lady" (1748) and The Story of Sir Charles Grandison (1753) In addition to his writing career, Richardson was a respected typographer and publisher and published about 500 different works, numerous newspapers and magazines.)
  • Samuel Gridley Howie ((1801 - 1876) in Russian translation also Gow, Gove; prominent American physician and typhoid educator of the 19th century, abolitionist, philhellene and philanthropist, participant in the Greek Liberation War of 1821-1829 and the American Civil War)
  • Samuele Longo ((born 1992) Italian footballer, striker)
  • Samuel Salmi ((born 1951) Bishop of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Finland, since January 1, 2001 heads the diocese of Oulu)
  • Sauil the Arrogant ((488 - 590) Briton, eldest son of Pabo, King of Pennin. Sauil was buried under the mound known as Benahel's Mound, but in 1850 his remains were recovered from his grave, stripped of his royal regalia and reburied under a simple hexagonal stone that looked like in the form of a shield.)

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