Apollon (Apollonius, Apollinaris) the meaning of the name and the interpretation of the nameApollo: the destructive, Apollonius, Apollinaris - belonging to Apollo (Greek).
Name Day of Apollo: 18 (5) Nurse - The Holy Martyr Apollo, after suffering for the faith of Christ, died in prison in the 3rd century.
Mystery Name Apollo: From June 18, the shortest nights start: passerine, rowan. They say that on this night the devil measures the sparrows under the rowing and releases those that will not enter the yardstick. The rest is killing.
Zodiac name - Gemini. Planet - the sun. The color of the name is scarlet. Auspicious tree - laurel. The cherished plant is a rose. The patron saint of the name is the swan. Stone mascot - diamond.
Diminutive forms: Apollos, Apola, Paul.
Patronymic: Apollonovich, Apollonievich, Apollinarievich, Apollonovna, Apollonievna, Apollinarievna.
Characteristics of the name Apollo: Apollo is a tough name. It seems to burn out in its carrier very many purely human, albeit somewhat primitive, mundane features: docility, readiness to forgive, forget, unselfish love.And do not say that Apollo is vicious, petty, envious! It’s just that normal universal human categories do not exist for him: he is confident in his right to stand higher. Why? Unknown. He seems to have been poisoned from his very birth by believing in his God's chosen people. Some of the Apollos confess that they have dreams about unknown countries and other planets, about a different life - sublime and beautiful, where they are truly happy. And in the morning everything is different, alien! There is a popular plot about science fiction about an alien being expelled to Earth. This is the spiritual relative of Apollo. He is cramped, ill, difficult in everyday life, but some wizard offered him earthly happiness, simple and reliable, he will indignantly reject him for the sake of his delightful dreams.
Apollo's name in history: The god of light, the golden-haired Apollo, is one of the most revered gods of Greece. The father of Apollo was himself the thunder Zeus, and the sun could envy the beauty of the young god. Apollo was fortunate in many respects: he defeated Python, the evil serpent who was pursuing his mother Luton; he saved Cretan sailors by becoming a dolphin; He led the nine muses, patrons of the arts and sciences.Apollo lives in spring and summer in Delphi, where its temple has been standing since ancient times, and when autumn arrives, Apollo, on its chariot drawn by swans, is carried away to the country of Hyperboreans, the home of eternal spring.
Apollon Ernestovich Zimmerman - Russian General of Infantry. He graduated from the course at the military academy; in 1849, he participated in the battles of the Comornos, Seregus and Segedin; in 1851, he was sent to the Caucasus and was on various expeditions in Chechnya and Dagestan; distinguished himself in battle near Akhaltsikh on November 14, 1853. At the end of 1854 Apollon Zimmerman was sent to the commander-in-chief in the Crimea and, appointed assistant chief of staff of the Sevastopol garrison, participated in all outstanding affairs. In 1860, he was appointed commander of the troops in the Trans-Ili region, successfully acted against the Kokands, destroyed their fortification Tokmak and captured the fortress of Pishpek. Later, as chief of staff of the Vilna military district, he took part in the suppression of the Polish insurrection; commanded infantry divisions. At the beginning of the Turkish war of 1877-1878. Zimmerman was given command of the 14th Corps assigned for operations on the Lower Danube and in Dobruja; his detachment, before all others, crossed the Danube and then guarded our left wing during the whole campaign,defiling against the eastern front of the Turkish forts. After the war, Apollon Ernestovich Zimmerman was appointed a member of the military council.
In Russian literature, the famous poets Apollo Grigoriev and Apollo Corinthian. The latter entered the history of literature and as the author of the fundamental ethnographic work "People's Russia. Year-round legends, beliefs, proverbs and legends of the Russian people."