Tikhon
Tikhon

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Tikhon meaning of the name and the interpretation of the name. Tikhon - successful (Greek.).
Name days, patron saints .. June 29 (16) - Rev. Tikhon of Medyn in his youth took monasticism in Moscow, then until his death he lived in a forest in a hollow tree near the town of Medyn in the Kaluga province and ate grass; founded a monastery here and was his igumen.
Superstitions, omens, customs. To Saint Tikhon they seek help from a toothache: "Saint Tikhon, calm down, my God, illnesses and all dental ailments!" On Tikhon the sun goes quieter. On Tikhon, songbirds subside (except for the nightingale and the cuckoo).
Zodiac name - Cancer. Planet Neptune. The color of the name is bluish gray. Auspicious tree - fir. Cherished plant - marigolds. Patron name - hedgehog. The stone mascot is chalcedony.
Diminutive forms. Tisha, Quiet, Tishunya.
Middle name. Tikhonovich, Tikhonovna; talk Tikhonich.
Name and character. Tikhon is soft and benevolent, he has almost no enemies. To the surprise of others, this quietly quickly reaches the heights of life and will never leave them. Other people's troubles and misfortunes do not touch him at all, he avoids the hustle and excitement.Tikhon, who stood in the way, will bitterly regret it: revenge will be swift and merciless, but from the hands of others.
Tikhon's house is a full bowl, he willingly receives guests. For the I household, he is a judge of the highest authority, incessantly gives advice, however, in a good-natured form.
Name in history and literature. Tikhon Nikitich Streshnev (1644-1719) - in 1686 from okolichichs he was granted by the boyar; from 1689 he began to enjoy the special trust of Peter the Great. Going on a trip abroad, in 1697, Peter the Great entrusted to him, together with Prince Romodanovsky, the highest authority of the state. From 1701, Streshnev managed the order of military affairs, and later the discharge order. In 1708, it was made the Moscow governor, in 1711 - a senator. Peter, who loved him, often called him “father” not only during a conversation, but also in letters. With his own hand pruning beards to the boyars, the king spared Streshnev for his "tested loyalty."
Tikhon Pimenovich Bumazhkov (1910–1941) was one of the first commanders of a partisan detachment to the Great Patriotic War in Polesye. Hero of the Soviet Union (1941). He commanded a detachment of "Red October", which inflicted significant blows to the rear and enemy headquarters, destroying bridges.Tikhon Bumazhkov was the first of the partisans who was awarded the title Hero. He died in battle.

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