Andron (Andronii) the meaning of the name and the interpretation of the nameAndron: husband, man (Greek).
Named Androna: November 16 (3) - St. Martyr Andron suffered with his comrades for the faith of Christ.
Mystery Name Andron: Since November 16, Andronov's day, hemp and flax are crushed. They continue to thresh and dry the bread, trying not to anger the ovinnik with carelessness, not to forget to correct the fire: the father-ovinnik will get angry, bring fire!
Zodiac name - Scorpio. Planet-Pluto. The color of the name is yellow. Auspicious tree - chestnut. The cherished plant is freesia. The patron of the name is the eagle. Stone-talisman - topaz.
Diminutive form: Andronya, Androsh, Dronya, Nika.
Patronymic: Andronovich, Androniyevich, Andronovsh, Androniyevna; talk Andronych.
Characteristic name Andron: Andron's mind is clear and sober, slightly ironic. Andron is quick and versatile, noble and impetuous; however, these impulses are more intended for the public than for the achievement of a truly good goal. However, this graceful hypocrisy is forgiven to him - for charm, for talent in everything, for hard work and sincere devotion to family and friends.
Name Andron in history: Andronicus the Rev. (? —1395) - a disciple of Saint.Sergius of Radonezh, founder in Moscow, on a vow of St. Alexis the Metropolitan and at his expense, the Savior Monastery, named after him - Andronyev; was the first abbot of the new monastery.
Andron is the name of a Roman slave, the moving story of which is told by the ancient historians Helium and Elian. According to this legend, Andron, from his master, the Roman proconsul in Africa, fled to the Libyan desert, where he met a limping lion from whom he took a thorn from his paw. In gratitude for this, the lion became faithful to him, like a dog, and for three years shared his prey with him.
Then Andron was caught and brought to Rome; the same fate befell the lion; both were to fight in the arena of the Roman circus, but instead of throwing themselves on Andron, the lion, caressing, lay down at his feet. Struck by this strange sight, the emperor Tiberius gave the slave both freedom and a lion.