Rosa (Rosalia, Rosalinda) the meaning of the name and the interpretation of the nameRose: Rose, Queen of Flowers (Latin).
Zodiac name - Leo. Planet - the sun. The color of the name is hot pink. Auspicious tree - laurel. Cherished plant -rose. The patron saint of the name is the lion. The stone talisman is a ruby.
Characteristic name of the rose: Rose - the lady is crafty and seductive. Even at school, he skillfully quarrels his fans among themselves, not giving preference to any of them. In any team where Rosa will be, the attention of men is ensured to her. She would love to have an office romance - but only with one of the chiefs - and so that the mosquito doesn’t undermine the nose.
The marriage life of Roses is developing more successfully. She is an excellent cook, keeps an apartment in an exemplary manner, likes to receive guests. By treachery of his blessed treats more than calmly: the main thing is not to start gossip. If the husband wants to get a divorce, Rosa will do everything to prevent this from happening, even at the cost of her humiliated requests: she is too afraid of human gossip.
Diminutive forms: Rosochka, Rosula, Lina, Linda.
Name Rose in history: The rose is one of the most common mythopoetic images. Within the limits of the diverse and capacious "flower" world the rose takes the leading place. So, Brahma, who argued about flowers with Vishnu, preferred first the lotus, but when he saw the rose shown to him by Vishnu, he admitted his mistake and with it the primacy of Vishnu. In ancient times, roses were associated with the image of joy, and later - mystery, silence and love. The latter value has become the most stable element of the rose symbol. However, in Greece, Rome and China and later in a number of German-speaking countries, the rose became a flower associated with a funeral, with death, the order and delivery of flowers are not uncommon for this reason. Often it was turned into a flower of the afterlife. On the other hand, the roses on the graves of the martyrs resemble the idea of the Resurrection. A more complete set of symbolic meanings of a rose includes: beauty, perfection, grace, joy, love, pleasure, praise, glory, pomp, bliss, aroma, fieryness, pride, wisdom, prayer, meditation, mystery, sacrament, silence. The rose can act as a symbol of the sun, the star, the goddess of love and beauty (in ancient Rome, the rose is associated primarily with Venus: according to some versions, it originated from the tears of Venus)women (mostly beauties: it is not by chance that there is a wide variety of "pink" names - Rosa, Rosina, Rosita, Rosetta, Rosalia, Rosalind, Rosamund, Rosablanca, etc.). The Arabs, on the contrary, have a male symbol; in the Jewish Kabala, the rose is an image of unity. The rose symbolizes the number five, and this feature of it is reflected in Catholic everyday life, where the rosary and special prayer for them are called the "Rosary", and the "Rosary" corresponds to the reflection on three "fives" - five "joyful", five "mournful" and five the "glorious" sacraments of the life of the Virgin Mary, which itself is revered as a rose or has a rose as its attribute. Rose in Catholicism is also an attribute of Jesus Christ, St. George, Saints Catherine, Sophia, Dorothea, Theresa, and others, often symbolizing the church in general. In Christianity, the rose acquires a special symbolic capacity: mercy, mercy, forgiveness, divine love, martyrdom, victory. In medieval Christian art, the rose symbolized heavenly bliss (gradually displacing the lily in the transmission of this meaning). Parts of a rose also get their symbolic meaning; its green is related to joy, its thorns to sadness, the flower itself to glory.The pinnacle of the poetic and religious understanding of this image can be considered a rose as a mystical symbol that unites all the souls of the righteous in the final of Dante’s Divine Comedy. In the highest plane of heaven (Paradise) the poet sees a huge flaming rose, the petals of which are the souls of the righteous, and the highest of them is the Mother of God.