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Definition of the noun Slava
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Slava is a genus of Slavidae, described by Barrande in 1881.
- synonyms: genus Slava / Gloria / genus Gloria
- kingdom: Animalia
- phylum: Mollusca
- class: Bivalvia
- family: Slavidae
Alternative definition of the noun Slava
- Orthodox Christian custom of honoring a family patron saint celebrated chiefly by the Serbs, but also by some Macedonians, Bulgarians, Croats and Gorani.
- Slava: Anastasiya Slanevskaya is an actress.
- Slava a.k.a. Mstislav Rostropovich: Mstislav Leopoldovich "Slava" Rostropovich, KBE, was a Soviet and Russian cellist and conductor. He is considered to be one of the greatest cellists of the 20th century. In addition to his interpretations and technique, he was well known for both inspiring and commissioning new works, which enlarged the cello repertoire more than any cellist before or since. He gave the premieres of over 100 pieces, forming long-standing friendships and artistic partnerships with composers including Dmitri Shostakovich, Sergei Prokofiev, Henri Dutilleux, Witold Lutoslawski, Olivier Messiaen, Luciano Berio, Krzysztof Penderecki, Alfred Schnittke, Norbert Moret, Andreas Makris and Benjamin Britten.
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- Slava a.k.a. Yaroslava Shvedova: Yaroslava Vyacheslavovna Shvedova is a Kazakh professional tennis player. She has achieved a career-high ranking of no. 25 as of 29 October 2012. She has won one WTA singles title, three ITF Women's Circuit singles titles and six doubles titles, including the 2010 Wimbledon and US Open women's doubles titles.
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- Slava a.k.a. Viacheslav Fetisov: Viacheslav Alexandrovich "Slava" Fetisov is a retired Russian professional ice hockey defenseman. He played for HC CSKA Moscow for 13 seasons before joining the National Hockey League, where he played with the New Jersey Devils and won back-to-back Stanley Cups with the Detroit Red Wings. After retiring from his playing career, he became the assistant coach for the New Jersey Devils. Having a very successful four years, he helped get the team to two Stanley Cup finals and one Stanley Cup victory. Fetisov was instrumental in breaking the barrier that had previously prohibited Soviet players from leaving the Soviet Union to join the NHL. His actions not only resulted in a number of top Soviet players joining the NHL, but encouraged many of the best players from all over Europe to come to America. Internationally, he was a long-time captain for the Soviet Union national team and won two gold medals at the Winter Olympics. Fetisov was part of the Soviet team that lost to the United States in the 1980 Winter Olympics in Lake Placid - the game that came to be known as the 'Miracle on Ice'.
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- Slava a.k.a. Slava Voynov: Vyacheslav Leonidovich Voynov is a Russian professional ice hockey defenceman. He is better known by his nickname Slava, personally, as well as professionally.
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- Slava a.k.a. Vyacheslav Razbegaev is an actor.
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- Slava is a musical artist.
- Slava a.k.a. Vyacheslav Sobolev is an actor.
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Slava is a record label.
- Slava a.k.a. Halyna is a fictional character from the 2010 film The Whistleblower.
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- Slava is a fictional character from the 2010 film The Weather Station.
- Slava is a fictional character from the 2011 film What Men Still Talk About.
- Slava is a fictional character from the 2008 film The Brooklyn Heist.
- Slava is a fictional character from the 2012 film Eastalgia.
- Slava is a fictional character from the 2007 film The Children of CCCP.
- Slava is a fictional character from the 2005 film The Cavern.
- Slava is a fictional character from the 2013 film Winter Journey.
- Slava a.k.a. Sláva is a fictional character from the 2009 film The Pagan Queen.
- Slava a.k.a. Vyacheslav Volkov is a fictional character from the Russian crime fiction series Streets of the Smashed Streetlights.
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"Slava" a.k.a. "Sláva!" is a composition.
The Slava, also called Krsna Slava and Krsno ime, is a Serbian Orthodox Church tradition of the ritual glorification of one's family's patron saint among Serbs and Montenegrins, and also Serbs in Macedonia. The family celebrates the Slava annually on the saint's feast day. Unlike other major Orthodox Christian nations, i.e. Greeks, Russians, Romanians, Bulgarians, Georgians etc., Serbs do not celebrate individual name days, as when a person named after a saint would celebrate that saint's feast day, but instead they do it collectively as the name day of a certain family and/or clan.
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Travels in Blood and Honey (2011)
Becoming a Beekeeper in Kosovo by Elizabeth Gowing
The slava is the family saint day – a day of visiting and eating which is preceded by furious cooking including the baking of...
Hundreds of the Shortest, Longest, Silliest, Smartest, Most Hilarious Jokes You've Never Heard! by Evan C Thomas
Bad Slava is the world's largest open mic website, dedicated to listing the best open mic opportunities across the United States and the world. College Humor www.collegehumor.com Founded by two high school friends, College Humor ...
UNMIK and the Ministry of Defence Police Chief Constables by John Duncanson
Slava is the celebration of the patron saint for each family in Serbia . Different families have different saints, handed down through the generations . Vesela's family patron saint is Saint Paraskeva of the Balkans, also known as Sveta Petka .
* Slava is the Bohemian word for glory. *See Celalowsky's Slowanske narodny Risne, a collection of songs from 20 BOHEMIA: ITS POLITICAL ...
With the Serbs in Macedonia (1920)
by Douglas Walshe
A Slava is a terrible thing to tax the capacity of a Western tummy. There is no escape. It is one of those things that must be seen through for the credit of one's race. Fighting and feasting are two things a Serbian does not do by halves. Usually a ...
The Authoritative Resource on the Christian World by George Kurian
Slava Also, Krsno Ime. Feast of the family patron saint among the Serbian Orthodox Church. Slava refers to the glory of the patron saint of the family. Krsno Ime refers to the sign of the cross made when a believer receives a Christian name.
by Simon J Bronner
A round slavski kolac (slava cake, although it is actually a bread), usually decorated with a cross and dove of peace, is blessed, and choirs sing. In keeping with St. Sava's identification as an educator, children typically prepare essays for the ...
by Stephen Pope, Elizabeth-Anne Wheal
Slava Russian PREDREADNOUGHT, completedin1905, that performed valuable service as a wartime coastaldefence shipinthe BALTIC SEA. Stationed inand aroundtheBay ofRiga, Slava provided ARTILLERY support forground forces ...
Encyclopedia of Ukraine (2016)
Volume V: St-Z by Danylo Husar Struk
Slava Stetsko Yaroslav Stetsko Stetsko, Slava [Stec'ko] (née Muzyka), b 14 May 1920 in .
Kritisch-etymologisches Wörterbuch der magyarischen Sprache, etc. (Magyaricae linguae lexicon critico-etymologicum, etc.). (1833)
by Gergely DANKOVSZKY
Magyarorum orthographia antiquior aeque ai: recentior a slava, speciatim a croatica est mutuata. a) Simplicitati studentes tarn slava quam alia peregrina a Magyaris cîvîtate donata vocabula in lexîco hocce orthographia nunc apud Magyaros ...
An Encyclopedia of Food and Culture by Timothy G. Roufs, Kathleen Smyth Roufs
„Recipe for Slavski Kolac or Serbian Slava ...
by Marcus Baker
Petersburg in the autumn of 1785, the party went overland to Okhotsk and there built two vessels, the Slava Rossie (Glory of Russia) and the Dobraža Mamerenia (Good Intent), which were launched in August, 1789. The latter ...
The Encyclopaedia Britannica (1902)
A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General Literature
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- Slava Meaning
Video shows what slava means. Orthodox Christian custom of honoring a family patron saint celebrated chiefly by the Serbs, but also by some Macedonians, ...
- Slava - Odinochestvo (DJ Maserati Pomeha & A-Newman Remix 2011)
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- Slava! A Political Overture. Dallas Wind Symphony.
Recording of the Dallas Wind Symphony. A Composition by Leonard Bernstein.(1977)
- Slava Poputchica
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Scrabble value of S1L1A1V4A1
The value of this 5-letter word is 8 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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