Spiridon

Spiridon

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Spiridon, Svirid meaning of the name and the interpretation of the name. Spiridon - reliable (Greek.).
Name days, patron saints. November 13 (October 31) - Rev. Spiridon of Pechersk pleased God with prayer and fasting. Died in the XII century. His holy relics are in the caves of Kiev, and the fingers of his right hand are folded as we now lay them out for the sign of the cross.
December 25 (12) - St. Spyridon, Bishop of Trimufünt.
Superstitions, omens, customs. December 25 - Spiridon Solstice: the sun turns in the summer, and winter in the cold. A day at least for the sparrow gallop, yes increase. At Solnorovorta the bear turns in a den.
Zodiac name - Sagittarius. Planet - the sun. The color of the name is blue. Auspicious tree - spruce. The cherished plant is a snowdrop. The patron of the name is a bear. Stone mascot-turquoise.
Diminutive forms. Spiry, Spiridonka, Spiridosh, Svirya, Sviridka.
Middle name. Spiridonova, Spiridonevich, Sviridovich, Spiridonovna, Spiridonyevna, Sviridovna; talk Spiridonich.-
Name and character. Spiridon loves to dream and rather gives himself to carry the flow of life than organize it. Immersed in their thoughts, thoughts are always somewhere else.Avoids heated discussions regardless of the subject of the dispute. Spiridon is true to his love, friendship, memories, and if someone gives a feeling, then, without hesitation, you can turn to him for help at any time of the day or night.
Name in history and literature. St. Spyridon Trimufuntsky was born at the end of the 3rd century. on the island of Cyprus. There is little information about his life. It is known that he was a shepherd, had a wife and children, gave all his money to the needs of his neighbors and wanderers, for which the Lord rewarded him with the gift of miracles; he healed the incurably sick and cast out demons. Having become the time Bishop of Trimufunt, he did not change his way of life, combining pastoral service with the work of mercy. Through his prayer, drought gave way to abundant life-giving rain, and incessant rains - to the snow. One day a woman came to him with a dead child in her arms, asking for the intercession of a saint. Having prayed, he brought the child back to life. Mother, overwhelmed by joy, fell breathless. But the prayer of the saint of God brought life and mother back. From the harvest he himself had, Spiridon had the custom of giving out one part to the poor, and giving the other part to the needy.He personally did not give anything, but simply showed the entrance to the pantry, where everyone could take as much as needed, and then return in the same way, without checking and reporting. One day, the thieves, having decided to kidnap the sheep of St. Spyridon, climbed into the sheepdog at night, but were immediately bound by an invisible force. In the morning, Spiridon came to the herd and, seeing the bound robbers, prayed, untied them and for a long time persuaded them to leave the lawless path and get food in an honest way. Then, giving over the sheep, let them go. The whole life of the saint is striking in the amazing simplicity and power of miracles given to him by the Lord. According to the words of the saint, the dead awakened, the elements were tamed, idols lamented. In righteousness and holiness, Spiridon lived life on earth and about 384 went to God. In the history of the church, he is revered together with St. Nicholas of Myra.
Spiridon - Kiev Metropolitan. According to the chronicler, he was "born Tveritin, put on a bribe by the patriarch, and by the order of the tsar's tsar" metropolitans and arrived in Lithuania in 1476. In his own words, he went to Constantinople as a mere Chernets, and returned from there to Kiev and All Russia. But Spiridon was not accepted and imprisoned.Arriving in Moscow in 1483 with a complaint about Casimir, he was soon accused of "collecting supplies of the heathen tsar in the area of ​​godless Turks", was imprisoned in Ferapontov Belozersky monastery and wrote here "Statement of our true Orthodox faith" and processed the lives of the Venerable Zosima and Savvatius, according to the records of the monk Dosifei. Spiridon died in about 1503 in the Ferapontov Monastery.

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