Eupraxia meaning of the name and the interpretation of the nameEupraxia: happiness, prosperity (Greek).
Name Day Eupraxia:January 25 (12) - Rev. Eupraxia-deva received the gift of miracles from God for her holy life; died in 393
October 29 (16) - The Holy Blessed Princess Eupraxia of Pskov founded the monastery of St. John the Forerunner in Pskov and was abbess there. She died a martyr at the hands of her stepson in 1243.
Mystery Name Eupraxia: If on Evpraksin the holes of the mole are up to the top with straw, the winter is coming cold. The moon is in a circle on this night - the next summer will be dry.
Zodiac name - Scorpio. Planet - Pluto. The color of the name is dark red. Auspicious tree - jasmine. The cherished plant is jasmine flowers. The patron of the name is the wasp. Stone mascot - carbuncle.
Diminutive forms. Apraksa, Evpraksya, Parasya, Parasha, Paranya, Pasha, Pan, Asking.
Characteristic name Evpraksiya: Eupraxia listens only to what her heart says. This is a sensual nature, prone to excesses, including in love.It is created for love and is committed to it with all its being.
She is extremely charming and confident that with this weapon she will not know defeat. In Eupraxia witchcraft intuition and the magical biofield. If she is happy, then - a good sorceress, if unhappy - a true witch.
Eupraxia name in history: Eupraxia Vsevolodovna (1071-1109) - Russian princess, daughter of the Grand Duke of Kiev Vsevolod Yaroslavich, sister of Vladimir Monomakh. In 1088, Eupraxia was betrothed to Henry IV of Franconia, who in this marriage sought the support of a Kiev prince in the struggle against the Saxon rulers. Eupraxia was baptized in Adelheida. Her life was hard and tragic. The historian Rozanov wrote in the article "Eupraxia-Adelheida Vsevolodovna": "The whirlwind of calculations and passions, which early tore this weak leaf from its branch, carried it to a distant, alien side, circled for a long time and beat on the dirt of the life there, until finally it was wrinkled, I didn’t bring a torn one back to the old place ... And this last was a welcome consolation for Eupraxia - "to return to the old landmarks, die in the arms of my own mother and lie down in my native land."
Twenty-five years old, she spoke at the church council in Piacenza (Italy) andthe presence of four thousand churchmen and thirty thousand laity told about the violence and disgusting life committed against her with Henry IV, whom the chroniclers wrote with disgust: "Let the verse be silent about it so as not to get too corrupt." The Council found Henry IV guilty, Eupraxia was released from marriage with him. She went first to Hungary, and then to her homeland, where she was tonsured as a nun. Eupraxia was buried in the Kiev-Pechersk Monastery. Unfortunately, the society, towards women in general merciless, condemned her, not the depraved Henry IV. Her name was battered mercilessly ...