His father gave him a triple name – Vladimir Sukhov, this is his 14th child, he named his eldest son Nature.
A family from Naberezhnye Chelny (Russia) named their newborn daughter Russia-Svyatosiya-Svyatorossiya. This was reported by the Russian media in connection with the press service of the Kamsky Children’s Medical Center.
According to the father, Vladimir Sukhov, this is his 14th child and each of them has its own name history associated with his ancestors and homeland, adding that he decided to name his youngest daughter in that way because of his love for the country, and no. because of political considerations.
“Why Russia? Because I finally felt that I live in a country that is beautiful, amazing. We know that before Vladimir Vladimirovich there was another country. Now a wonderful person came and began to help us, to help people. We are proud now “They named our daughter Russia. Russia Vladimirovna, coincidentally with Vladimir Vladimirovich. This is not a political moment, it is a definite opportunity. Russia is the main name, Svyatosiya is the sacred divine power of Russia, the divine radiance of Russia. And Svyatorossiya is an addition, it happened,” – said the man.
At the same time, he mentioned that when his son grows up, he will choose what name he will go by in life.
As for the mother, she also has an unusual name – Rodushka, and the eldest child is called Nature.
It was previously reported that the Ministry of Justice of Ukraine presented a list of popular names, as well as rare and unusual names, that parents called their children in the second half of 2022.
The procedure for changing the name is simplified in Ukraine
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