The Meaning Of The Name Stepan (Stepa)

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The Meaning Of The Name Stepan (Stepa)
The Meaning Of The Name Stepan (Stepa)

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Short form of the name Stepan. Stepa, Stepasha, Stesha, Stepunya, Stepanka, Stepan, Stepakha, Stepura, Stepuha, Stepusha, Stenya, Stenyusha, Shchepek, Shchepan, Fane, Stef.

Synonyms for the name Stepan. Stefanos, Stefan, Stefan, Etienne, Esteban, Istvan, Steven, Steffen, Tapani.

The origin of the name Stepan. The name Stepan is Russian, Orthodox, Catholic, Greek.

The name Stepan is translated from the ancient Greek "Stephanos" means "wreath", "crown". Church Slavonic form, adopted in Orthodoxy - Stephen. This name is widespread in Europe in the forms Etienne, Esteban, Istvan, Stephen. On behalf of Stefan (Stepan), the female name Stephanie was formed, which in Russian sounds like Stepanida.

Stepan is distinguished by his observation. He is a good organizer and has a very realistic view of things. A man conquers everyone with his strong-willed character, original thinking and thoughtfulness. Communication with him inspires you to do things.

As a child, Styopa is playful and restless. He is ready to play all games, is very sociable, non-conflict and cheerful. It is difficult to make the boy sit down for study, however, he has a tenacious mind that allows him to instantly memorize the material. Styopa has a restless character, he is very observant, easily notices the mistakes of other people.

Stepan's parents can only rejoice at what a good and obedient boy they are growing up. But over the years, some of Styopa's slowness can develop into unsociability and closeness.

Stepan has a strong and outstanding character. He has a strong self-esteem. The man is absolutely confident in his outstanding abilities. Moreover, this is a very kind person. He is not vindictive, does not seek to completely control loved ones, knows how to pay with devotion for patience on their part.

Stepan's psyche is quite stable. It is very difficult to both infuriate him and shake him into any decisive actions. Stepan is reluctant to accept new things, does not accept breaking of established habits.

A man named Stepan is endowed with a practical mind and an excellent memory. Stepan is invariably calm. There are no stormy passions in his life; he communicates coolly with all people without exception.

Women's society Stepan appreciates very much. Able to "drown" in love, easily excitable. However, at the same time, Stepan always strives to keep his temperament in check and does not restrain himself only when intimate. In these moments, a man is generous with words of passion.

In women, Stepan appreciates inaccessibility, he is interested in conquering women. Flirting is of great importance for Styopa. In a relationship, this man is always trying to bring something new.

Stepan can achieve harmony in marriage if he chooses a woman of calm disposition as his wife. But even then, family relationships will not develop cloudlessly. The wife has too many reasons for jealousy, which often leads to divorce, and Stepan's divorce is often followed by a new marriage. Stepan shifts all family concerns to his wife, he even deals with children only sometimes.

The meaning of life for Stepan is communication. This is a person capable of inventions, endowed with an excellent sense of humor, which helps him in difficult moments of life. Everything this man knows about flirting and intimacy is largely shaped by literature and films. In addition, Stepan is a big fan of talking on frank topics with friends. Stepan feels like a fish in water in female society, although he has a whole bunch of friends among men. Stepans are always with everyone on a short leg, they do not remember offenses, but for the sake of a word, they can blurt out someone's secret or secret.

Stepan is not inclined to change his chosen profession. As a rule, he chooses an occupation for himself once in his life and reaches significant career heights in it. Over the years, Stepan becomes a real master in his field. This man prefers to deal with wood or metal, but avoids professions where it is required to communicate with people. Such a man can make a good artist, fashion designer or architect. Stepan prefers free professions. He likes to discover something completely new and unusual for himself and for the whole world.

Stepan's birthday

Stepan celebrates name days on January 9, January 17, January 24, January 27, February 12, February 21, March 12, April 6, April 8, April 10, May 9, May 10, May 20, May 30, June 6, June 20, June 25, July 13, July 18, July 26, July 27, July 31, August 1, August 13, August 15, August 25, September 9, September 10, September 12, September 15, September 17, September 20, 26 September, 28 September, 7 October, 15 October, 17 October, 9 November, 12 November, 13 November, 17 November, 24 November, 25 November, 11 December, 15 December, 22 December, 23 December, 28 December.

Famous people named Stepan

  • Stepan Drzewiecki ((1843 - 1938) Polish-Russian scientist, engineer, designer and inventor, author of a number of submarine designs.)
  • Stepan Krasheninnikov ((1711 - 1755) Russian botanist, ethnographer, geographer, traveler, explorer of Siberia and Kamchatka, author of the famous book "Description of the Land of Kamchatka" (1756). Adjunct of Natural History and Botany of the St. Petersburg Academy of Sciences (1745). The first Russian professor of natural History and Botany of the Academy of Sciences (1750). Rector of the University of the Academy of Sciences and inspector of the Academic Gymnasium (1750). One of the founders of ethnography.)
  • Stepan Lianozov ((1873 - 1949) birth name - Stepan Lianosyan; Russian industrialist, philanthropist and politician. The largest oil tycoon in Russia of the XX century.)
  • Stepan Makarov ((1848/1849 - 1904) Russian naval leader, oceanographer, polar explorer, shipbuilder, vice admiral (1896). In 1895 he developed the Russian semaphore alphabet.)
  • Stepan Razin, also known as Stenka Razin ((circa 1630 - 1671) Don Cossack, leader of the 1670-1671 uprising, the largest in the history of pre-Petrine Russia.)
  • Stepan Apraksin ((1702 - 1758) Russian Field Marshal during the Seven Years' War, who commanded the Russian army at Gross-Jegersdorf. Built the preserved Apraksinsky Palace in Moscow.)
  • Uncle Stepa, Stepan Stepanov (hero of the poem by S. Mikhalkov)
  • Stepan Kuznetsov ((1879 - 1932) Russian and Soviet theater actor, artist of the Solovtsov Theater in Kiev, the Moscow Art Theater and the Maly Theater, People's Artist of the RSFSR (1929))
  • Stepan Shaumyan ((1878 - 1918) revolutionary and politician. One of the leaders of the revolutionary movement in the Caucasus, journalist, literary critic. Head of the Caucasian Bolsheviks (1917), was shot among 26 Baku commissars.)
  • Esteban José Echeverria Espinosa ((1805 - 1851) Argentinean thinker, public figure, poet, writer and sociologist. One of the largest representatives of romanticism in the literature of Latin America of the nineteenth century.)
  • Esteban de Jesus ((1951 - 1989) Puerto Rican professional boxer, competing in the 2nd Featherweight, Lightweight and 1st Welterweight divisions. World Lightweight Champion (WBC version, 1976-1978) in the weight category.)
  • Esteban Matias Cambiasso Delo ((born 1980) Argentine footballer)
  • Etienne Louis Malus ((1775 - 1812) French engineer, physicist and mathematician. His work relates almost exclusively to optics. In 1808 Malus discovered the phenomenon of polarization of light by reflection. Simultaneously with J.-B.Bio discovered the polarization of light by refraction. In 1810 year created the theory of birefringence of light in crystals. Opened Malus's law about the intensity of light transmitted through a polarizer. Invented a way to find out the direction of the optical axis of a crystal. Until the end of his life, Malus was an ardent adherent of the theory of emission (Newtonian theory of light). He explained the phenomenon of polarization by that the particles of light have "poles" like magnets. In ordinary light, the poles of different particles are directed randomly. During polarization, only light particles with certain directions of the poles are sorted. From the word "pole" Malus coined the name of the phenomenon: "Polarization of light."Malus' memoir on the phenomena of polarization in reflection and birefringence was awarded by the Paris Academy and awarded the Rumford Medal by the Royal Society in London. In 1810, Malus was elected a member of the French Academy of Sciences. Malus's name is engraved in the list of 72 names on the Eiffel Tower.)
  • Stepan Begichev ((1785 - 1859) Russian memoirist; brother of D.N. Begichev)
  • Karabala ((1900s - 1970s) at birth - Stepan Harutyunyan; famous Yerevan eccentric of the 1930s)
  • Stepan Davydov ((1777 - 1825) Russian composer)
  • Stepan Russov ((1770 - 1842) historian, poet, philologist, member of the Russian Academy (1835), academician of the Petersburg Academy of Sciences)
  • Stepanos (Stefanos) Orbelian ((died 1304) historian, politician and representative of the church ministry of Armenia)
  • His Beatitude Cardinal and Patriarch Stephanos I Sidarus ((1904 - 1987) Egyptian Cardinal. Lazarist. Titular Bishop of Sasa and Auxiliary Bishop of the Coptic Catholic Patriarchate of Alexandria (1947 - 1958). Patriarch of the Coptic Catholic Church (1958 - 1986). Cardinal from 1965..)
  • Stefanos Christopoulos ((1876 -?) Greek wrestler, bronze medalist at the 1896 Summer Olympics)
  • Stefanos Kapino ((born 1994) Greek footballer of Albanian descent, goalkeeper, player of the Greek national team)
  • Stefanos Sarafis ((1890 - 1957) military and political leader of Greece, one of the leaders of the Greek Resistance Movement)
  • Stefanos Tamvakis ((born 1952) Egyptian entrepreneur, current president of the Council of Greeks Abroad)
  • His Beatitude Cardinal and Patriarch Stephanos II Gattas ((1920 - 2009) Egyptian Cardinal. Lazarist. Bishop of Luxor from 1967 to 1986. Patriarch of the Coptic Catholic Church (1986 - 2006). Cardinal Patriarch from 2001.)
  • Stefanos Korkolis (Greek singer and composer, currently working with Russian singer Linda)
  • Stefan Nerezov ((1867 - 1925) Bulgarian military leader, general of the infantry (1920))
  • Stefan Sabinin ((1789 - 1863) archaeologist and theologian. In total, in the journal "Christian Reading" from 1829 to 1839 he published over seventeen extensive exegetical monographs on the history and archeology of the Old Testament. Many of his works remain in manuscripts in the library of St. Petersburg Theological Academy.In Copenhagen, he became friends with local scientists and in 1843 he was elected a member of the “Royal Society of Northern Antiquaries” and “the committee for the study of ancient Russian history.” He was constantly present in the meetings of both the society and the committee, which resulted in a number of valuable scientific articles in the "Readings" of the Moscow Society of History and Antiquity.”Sabinin was in correspondence with the famous Slavists at that time - Kolar, Ganka, Shafarik,who usually turned to him for a solution to their perplexities about Slavic antiquities and in terms of philology. Under the leadership of Sabinin, his family translated into Russian many of the best works of the then German (and also French) sermons.)
  • Stephen Rubenid ((until 1110 - 1162/1165) Armenian prince from the Rubenid dynasty)
  • His Eminence Cardinal Stefan Kim Soo Hwan ((1922 - 2009) Korean Catholic Cardinal. Was the oldest ordained cardinal priest of the Roman Catholic Church at the time of his death.)
  • Stefan Urosh II Milutin Nemanich ((about 1253 - 1321) one of the most powerful kings of Serbia (1282-1321) from the Nemanich dynasty)
  • Stefan Pavel Rovetsky ((1895 - 1944) pseudonyms - Groth, Rakony, Grabica; Chief Commandant of the Home Army in the period from 1942 to 1943, leader of the resistance movement, general of the Polish Army division, publicist)
  • Stéphane Renaud ((born 1968) French badminton player, 1992 Olympic Games singles participant)
  • Stepan Kucera ((born 1984) Czech footballer, defender)
  • Stefan Amende, also known by the nickname "Steffan" (professional Dutch e-sportsman, simracer. In 2006 and 2008 he took third place in the final of the World Cyber ​​Games. In 2009 he won the ESWC tournament.)
  • Stefan Babaka ((1919 - 2007) first Archbishop of Erbil of the Chaldean Catholic Church from 1969 to 1994)
  • Stephane Grappelli ((1908 - 1997) French jazz violinist, who founded the Quintette du Hot Club de France with guitarist Django Reinhardt, one of the first purely string jazz bands)
  • Cardinal Stephen Langton ((died 1228) English theologian and politician. He wrote many theological works, among which the Commentaries on the Scriptures are especially appreciated. He is credited with dividing the books of the Bible into chapters.)
  • Stephen III the Great, also Stephen the Great and Saint, Stefan cel Mare shi Sfint ((1429 - 1504) ruler, one of the most prominent rulers of the Moldavian principality. He ruled the country for 47 years. Throughout this period he fought for the independence of the Moldavian principality, for which he pursued a policy of strengthening the central power, suppressed the boyar opposition. Successfully resisted stronger rivals - the Ottoman Empire, Poland, Hungary. Thanks to the talents of Stephen the Great as a commander, diplomat and politician, the Moldavian principality was able not only to maintain independence, but also became a significant political force in Eastern Europe.)
  • Stephen Reid ((born 1987) former Canadian ski jumper, competitor in two Olympic Games. At the end of the 2009-2010 season, Stephen Reed retired from his professional career.)
  • Stephane Lambiel ((born 1985) Swiss figure skater, silver medalist at the Olympic Games in Turin in men's singles skating, two-time world champion (2005, 2006))
  • Stefan Karpov ((1903 - 1943) corporal of the Workers 'and Peasants' Red Army, participant of the Great Patriotic War, Hero of the Soviet Union (1944))
  • Stephen Girard ((1750 - 1831) French banker, later naturalized American. Philanthropist. Person who directly contributed to saving the US government from financial collapse during the war of 1812. He was one of the richest people in America. According to experts Stephen was the fourth richest man in the history of America (USA). The basis for assessing his fortune was the ratio of the country's current GDP. Since Stephen had no heir (because he had no children), he donated most of his fortune to charity. especially for the education of orphans, in order to improve the welfare of society.)
  • Stephen Baldwin ((born 1966) American actor. The youngest of four Baldwin acting brothers (the other three are Alec, William and Daniel).)
  • Steven Weinberg ((born 1933) American physicist, Nobel laureate in physics in 1979 (together with Sheldon Lee Glashow and Abdus Salam) “for contributions to the unified theory of weak and electromagnetic interactions between elementary particles, including the prediction of weak neutral currents ")
  • Stephen Gary "Woz" Wozniak ((born 1950) American computer developer and businessman, co-founder of Apple)
  • Steven Paul Jobs, known as Steve Jobs ((1955 - 2011) American entrepreneur, designer and inventor, widely recognized as the charismatic pioneer of the personal computer revolution. Co-founder, Chairman of the Board of Directors and CEO of Apple Corporation. Co-founder and CEO of the Pixar movie studio. By 1997, Jobs regained control of Apple, taking over the corporation. Under his leadership, the company was saved from bankruptcy and a year later became profitable. For the next decade, Jobs led the development of the iMac, iTunes, iPod, iPhone and iPad, as well as the development of the Apple Store, iTunes Store and App Store.The success of these products and services, which provided several years of stable financial profit, made Apple in 2011 the most valuable public company in the world.Many commentators have cited Apple's resurgence as one of the greatest accomplishments in business history. At the same time, Jobs was criticized for an authoritarian management style, aggressive actions towards competitors, a desire for total control over products even after they were sold to the buyer. Jobs has received public acclaim and a number of awards for his influence on the technology and music industries. He is often called the “visionary” and even the “father of the digital revolution”. Jobs was a brilliant speaker and took innovative product presentations to the next level, turning them into engaging shows. His instantly recognizable figure in a black turtleneck, frayed jeans and trainers is surrounded by a kind of cult.)aggressive actions towards competitors, striving for total control over products even after their sale to the buyer. Jobs has received public acclaim and a number of awards for his influence on the technology and music industries. He is often called the “visionary” and even the “father of the digital revolution”. Jobs was a brilliant speaker and took innovative product presentations to the next level, turning them into engaging shows. His instantly recognizable figure in a black turtleneck, frayed jeans and trainers is surrounded by a kind of cult.)aggressive actions towards competitors, striving for total control over products even after their sale to the buyer. Jobs has received public acclaim and a number of awards for his influence on the technology and music industries. He is often called the “visionary” and even the “father of the digital revolution”. Jobs was a brilliant speaker and took innovative product presentations to the next level, turning them into engaging shows. His instantly recognizable figure in a black turtleneck, frayed jeans and sneakers is surrounded by a kind of cult.)Jobs was a brilliant speaker and took innovative product presentations to the next level, turning them into engaging shows. His instantly recognizable figure in a black turtleneck, frayed jeans and sneakers is surrounded by a kind of cult.)Jobs was a brilliant speaker and took innovative product presentations to the next level, turning them into engaging shows. His instantly recognizable figure in a black turtleneck, frayed jeans and sneakers is surrounded by a kind of cult.)
  • Stephen George Gerrard MBE ((born 1980) English footballer, captain of Liverpool and the England national team. Member of the Order of the British Empire (2007).)
  • Stephen William Hawking ((born 1942) one of the most influential and widely known theoretical physicists and cosmologists of our time)
  • Steven Allan Spielberg ((born 1946) is a screenwriter, producer and one of the most successful American filmmakers. His 20 highest-grossing films (with a gross of over and "Zero Critical" (science fiction). But ultimately decided to focus only on 3D art. His interests are in industrial engineering and mechanical engineering, and his latest project (MOVKUP) is about researching fantasy projects. Istvan Peli served as lead artist on Fallout 3.)
  • Count Istvan Széchenyi ((1791 - 1860) Hungarian politician-reformer and writer who made a significant contribution to the rise of national sentiment in Hungary before the outbreak of radicalism in the 1840s)
  • Istvan Fekete ((1900 - 1970) Hungarian children's writer. The Russian reader is known as the author of the story "The Fortress of Thorns" (1957, Jozsef Attila Prize in 1960, Russian translation by N.M. Podzemskaya published in 1973) and stories about adventures Vuk the fox, which was used to film the full-length cartoon "Vuk" (1981). Author of the children's story "Burdock" (Russian translation 1975). Author of the story "The Story of an Owl".)
  • Istvan Chom ((born 1940) Hungarian chess player; grandmaster (1973). Coach. Winner of the XXIII World Chess Olympiad (1978) with the Hungarian team. Champion of Hungary (1972). Best results in other Hungarian championships: 1974 - 1-3- e, 1976 - 2nd place. As part of the national team, he participated in 9 World Chess Olympiads (1968-1988), European Championships, World Team Championship (1985).)
  • Stephen I Saint, Stephen the Great, in the Latinized version - Stephen I ((about 970/975 - 1038) the Nitran prince (995-997), the Hungarian Nagyfeidel (from 997) and the first king of the Hungarian kingdom (from 1000/1001) from the dynasty Arpadov)
  • Tapani Lansiyo ((born 1953) Finnish composer and choral conductor. Author of the opera "Feather" (2001, based on the play of the same name by Paavo Haavikko), numerous choral works, chamber music.)
  • Esteban Tuero ((born 1978) Argentine racing driver, participant of the Formula 1 World Championship)
  • Esteban Oscar "Pichi" Fuertes ((born 1972) former Argentine footballer. Colon record holder in the number of goals scored (118) and matches played (286).)
  • Steffen Iversen ((born 1976) Norwegian footballer, Norwegian national team player)

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