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Video: The Meaning Of The Name Les
Synonyms for the name Les. Lesana, Olesya, Alexandra.
The origin of the name Les. The name Les is Slavic, Ukrainian.
The name Les is a Slavic name, derived from the word "forest". It is a related name for the name Lesana, means "forest" or a close meaning to the word "forest" - perhaps "a person living in the forest." Over time, the name was transformed into a different form, so there is an opinion that the name Olesya is a modern version of the name Les, which is more often used in Ukraine, formed from the combination “near the forest”.
Very often the name Les is considered the form of the names of Alexander and Oles, but it is also an independent name. The name Les is also an affectionate reference to male names (Oleg, Elisey, Leonid).
A girl named Lesya is growing up as a stubborn and vulnerable child. She is often sick. Her character is very similar to her mother, and in appearance Les is more like her father. She has excellent hearing, talents in drawing. She is smart and well-read. She has many friends at school. With age, selfishness begins to manifest in the owner of such a name. This feature is most characteristic of the "winter" Lesya.
Les often receives guests at home. He tries to avoid unfamiliar people. In such a company he will keep in the shadows. Lesya is a sensible person. In the manifestation of her actions, she is prudent and careful. He never takes important steps without thinking everything over to the smallest detail in advance. Tries not to count on anyone. He always relies only on his own strength.
Les is in no hurry to get married. He chooses the chosen one slowly. Her husband usually becomes a person whom she knows well. The marriage of such a woman always goes well, despite the fact that Les does not like to manage the house. She likes to sleep more in the morning, gossip with her friends.
Lesya, born in winter, is independent and conflict. In turn, the "summer" owner of this name is a wonderful mother and an economical hostess. She enjoys spending time at home.
As a profession, the owners of the name Les tend to choose the specialty of a teacher, doctor, designer or fashion designer. They are sometimes met by artists and singers.
Les does not celebrate the name day.
Famous people named Les
- Lesya Evdokimova ((born in 1981) surname before marriage - Makhno; Russian volleyball player, sideplayer, player of the Russian national team. Honored Master of Sports of Russia. World Champion 2010. Three-time champion of Russia (2007, 2009, 2012), four-time silver medalist of Russian championships (2005, 2008, 2010, 2011), two-time winner (2005, 2009) and three-time finalist of the Russian Cup (2007, 2008, 2011), silver (2007, 2009) and bronze (2012) medalist of the Champions League. The Russian national team won the bronze medal of the World Universiade. Since 2006, Lesya Makhno has been repeatedly included in the Russian national team to participate in various international friendly tournaments (Montreux Volley Masters 2006 and 2007 and others). In 2010 she became the world champion in the national team.)
- Lesya Kalitovskaya ((born 1988) Ukrainian professional track cyclist. Winner of a bronze medal in the pursuit at the Olympic Games in Beijing. Master of Sports of International Class.)
- Lesya Stepovichka (Bulakh) ((born 1952) Ukrainian poet, prose writer, translator, publicist. Winner of the literary awards named after Ivan Sokulsky and Valerian Podmogilny. Since 2002 Chairman of the Board of the Dnipropetrovsk regional organization of the National Union of Writers of Ukraine (NSPU), member of the Presidium of the NSPU (Kiev). Founder and editor-in-chief of the literary and art magazine "Sicheslav". Awarded the Certificate of Honor "For achievements in the development of culture and arts of Ukraine" (2003). Certificate of honor of the NSPU (2004, 2008). Honored Worker of Culture of Ukraine (2007).)
- Lesya Tsurenko ((born 1989) Ukrainian tennis player. Winner of 14 ITF tournaments (6 - singles).)
- Lesya Ukrainka ((1871 - 1913) real name - Larisa Kosach-Kvitka; Ukrainian poet and writer)
- Lesya Samaeva ((born 1975) Ukrainian actress and TV presenter)
- Lesya Bashaeva (Russian TV presenter)
- Lesya Yaroslavskaya ((born 1981) Russian singer, member of the Star Factory 3 project, member of the Tutsi pop group)
- Lesya Voronina ((born 1955) real name - Olena (Elena) Voronina; Ukrainian writer, journalist, translator)
- Lesya Gorova ((born 1971) Ukrainian singer, composer, member of the National Union of Composers (2001). She has in her repertoire more than 240 songs of her own. Writes songs for children, instrumental music.)
- Lesya Boguslavets ((born 1931) Ukrainian writer, uses a pseudonym - Alexander Tkach. Since 1996, a member of the Writers' Union of Ukraine. Winner of the literary prize "Triumph" (2001).)
- Lesya Demska-Budzulyak ((born 1972) Ukrainian poet, writer. Member of the Association of Ukrainian Writers, candidate of philological sciences.)
- Lesya (Lyudmila) Dichko ((born 1939) famous Ukrainian choral composer. People's Artist of Ukraine (1995), laureate of the National Prize of Ukraine named after Taras Shevchenko (1989). Winner of awards: Order of St. Vladimir (1998) and Princess Olga III degree (1999)), winner of art prize "Kiev" A. Vedel (2003) Her works were widely presented at choir festivals, competitions and concert programs in the world: the United States of America, France, Great Britain, Germany, Netherlands, Belgium, Denmark, Spain, Canada, Bulgaria, Russia, Hungary, Italy, Poland, Ukraine.)
- Lesya Taran ((born 1952) Ukrainian politician)
- Lesya Tsurenko ((born 1989) Ukrainian tennis player)
- Lesya Khrapliva ((born 1927) Ukrainian writer, educator and activist in exile: employee of children's and women's magazines in the United States and Canada, from 1953 to 1970 she was the editor of the magazine "Gotujs")
- Lesya (Lyudmila) Samaeva ((born 1975) Ukrainian actress, TV presenter. Member of the National Union of Theater Workers of Ukraine and the National Union of Cinematographers of Ukraine.)
- Lesya Rikhlyuk ((born 1987) Ukrainian volleyball player. VC stands for "Perugia". Master of Sports. Champion of Ukraine (2003, 2004), 2nd place (2005, 2007, 2008, 2010), Cup of Ukraine (2003, 2010), bronze medalist of the Top Teams Cup (2001).)
- Lesia Shavlovska ((born 1961) Ukrainian choir conductor. Conductor of the academic choir. Under her direction, numerous choral recordings have been made, the Foundation of the National Radio Company of Ukraine works. She constantly takes part in live radio programs dedicated to the work of local composers.)