Hilarion, Larion meaning of the name and the interpretation of the name. Illarinone - cheerful (Greek).
Name days, patron saints. November 3 (October 21) - Rev. Hilarion the Great founded several monasteries in the desert of Palestine, was perspicacious, performed miracles with prayers (4th century).
December 2 (November 19) - Rev. Hilarion the Wonderworker labored on Mount Olympus, in the Jordanian desert in the 9th century.
Superstitions, omens, customs. If on November 3, at Larion, the snow will fall on the damp earth and will not melt, then in the spring snowdrops will bloom early and together. If the ice on the river to this day becomes piles, then there will be piles of bread.
Zodiac name - Scorpio. Planet - Pluto. The color of the name is crimson. Auspicious tree - chestnut. Covenant - peony. The patron of the name is jaguar. Stone-talisman - topaz.
Diminutive forms. Illarionka, Lariokha, Lariosh, Larya, Lariq, Laryusha.
Middle name. Illarionovich, Illarionovna; talk Larionych.
Name and character. Hilarion is humble and affectionate. He takes his friends' troubles to heart very closely, but he is immersed in his thoughts and does not like to share his own experiences. Hilarion is not proud, always ready to heed good advice.He is stubborn, persistent and hardworking. It treats women very respectfully: Hilarion from the breed of knights. It will make a wonderful husband and a kind, attentive father, who will always put the problems of his wife and child above his own.
Name in history and literature. Larion Starodubtsev - this was the real name of the Lzhepetr II, posing as Tsarevich Peter Petrovich, who died in 1719. Larion was a dragoon of the Narva regiment, fled from service and settled in the Cossack village of Yamenskaya on the Buzuluk river. In 1732, the impoverished peasant Timofey the Worker, who called himself Tsarevich Alexei Petrovich, and Starodubtsev his brother, prompted him to imposture. After the arrest of the Worker, who agitated the people in the Tambov district, Starodubtsev went to the Samara steppes and began to assemble a gang there. Under the dictation of Starodubtsev, the burlak Ivan Popov wrote two anonymous letters: one to the Don Cossacks, the other to the whole people and the Cossacks in general. Starodubtsev announced that he would soon move to Moscow, but in 1733 he was captured by the Cossacks with eleven comrades: the rest had time to escape. By decision of the Secret Chancellery, Starodubtsev and the Worker had their heads cut off, then stuck on an iron stake,and the bodies are burned; - their comrades had their heads cut off, and the peasants who went on a date with Starodubtsev and the Worker, bits mercilessly with a whip and after cutting back on languages were sent to determine distant Siberian cities for eternal work.
Prince Illarion Vasilievich Vasilchikov (1776–1847) - military and statesman. Commanding the Akhtyrsky Hussars' Regiment, he participated in the affairs of 1807 under Serock and Pultusk and in 1812 in the battle of Borodino, where he was wounded. In 1812— 1814 commanded the 4th Cavalry Corps, at Kaiserswalde was again wounded. In 1817 Vasilchikov was appointed commander of a separate guard corps, in 1823 - a member of the State Council.
During the December events of 1825 Vasilchikov was under the sovereign on Senatskaya Square and, seeing the unsuccessfulness of attempts to reason the crowd, advised him to resort to grapeshot.
In a campaign in 1828, Vasilchikov accompanied the sovereign to Turkey and took part in the council, on which it was decided to undertake the Zabalkan campaign. In 1831 Vasilchikov was elevated to the count's dignity; in 1832, he was appointed chairman of the Department of Laws of the State Council, in 1833 - Inspector General of Cavalry and Chief of the Akhtyrka Hussars, in 1838 - Chairman of the State Council and the Committee of Ministers. In 1839Vasilchikov erected in princely dignity. Regarding the death of Vasilchikov, Baron Korf wrote: “For Emperor Nicholas, this loss was the same as the loss of Lefort for Peter the Great. Prince Vasilchikov was the only person in Russia who had free access and free speech to his monarch on all matters ... Emperor Nicholas not only loved him, but honored him like no one else. "