Jason, Nason meaning of the name and the interpretation of the name. Jason - the doctor (Greek.).
Name days, patron saints. May 11 (April 27) - St. Apostle Jason (Jason) - a disciple and relative of St. Apostle Paul, suffered a lot for Christ and died peacefully in old age in the 1st century.
Superstitions, omens, customs. A warm wind brings health to Nason. Begin to collect the first healing herbs.
Zodiac name - Aries. Planet - the sun. The color of the name is golden. Auspicious tree - aspen. The cherished plant is dandelion. The patron saint of the name is a goldfish. Stone-mascot - aventurine.
Diminutive forms. Yasya, Sonya, Nanya.
Middle name. Yasonovich, Natanovich, Yasonovna, Nasonovna.
Name and character. Jason is a truthful, vulnerable, sensitive person, talented in many areas, very proud. He tends to withdraw into himself, distrustful, very truthful. He does not like to adapt to the circumstances and does not know how: he tries to adapt them to himself, and this is helped by an analytical mindset, a highly developed intuition and a brave character.
Name in history and literature.Jason - in Greek mythology, the hero, great-grandson of the god of winds Aeol, son of king Iolk Eson, leader of the Argonauts. When Pelias overthrew his brother Aeson from the throne, he, fearing the usurper's intrigues, gave Jason pa the education of the centaur Chiron, who taught him the art of healing. According to Pindar, Jason, when he was twenty years old, returned to Iolk. Crossing the river Anavr, Jason lost a sandal with his left foot. When Pelias saw Jason, he was frightened, because he was predicted that he would be destroyed by a man who came to him in one sandal. When asked about his origin, Jason replied to Pelias that he was the son of the ousted king Aeson and had come to return to his father the legitimate authority. Pelias promised to return the kingdom to Jason and said that before (in order to atone for a curse over the Eolian tribe), it was necessary to appease the shadow of Frix and return the golden fleece from Colchis to Iolk. To help Jason return the Golden Fleece, heroes from all over Hellas gathered. A ship was built, named after its builder "Argo", and the participants of the march became known as Argonauts. The Argonauts, with the help of the patrons of Hera and Athens, reached Colchis, where King Eet ruled.The king agreed to give the Golden Fleece, if Jason harnessed to the plow copper-footed, spewing the flames of huge bulls (the gift of Hephaestus), plow the field and sow it with dragon's teeth. The god of love, Eros, at the request of Athens and Hera, instilled in the heart of the daughter of King Eeta, the sorceress Medea, love of the hero. Jason promised Medea to marry her and with her help fulfilled all the requirements of Eeta. Although Jason managed to sow the field with the dragon's teeth and kill the warriors who grew out of it, Eet did not give up the rune, but plotted to burn the Argo and kill the Argonauts. However, Medea put the dragon guarding the golden fleece down and helped to abduct the fleece. Medea, with her brother Apsirth and the Argonauts, fled from Colchis. Dear to detain the pursuers, Medea killed her brother and scattered pieces of his corpse across the sea. Overcome with grief, Eet stopped chasing in order to collect parts of his son’s body and deliver them to burial. When Jason and Medea sailed to the island of fakov, where Alkina reigned, they were overtaken by their pursuers. On the advice of Alkinoi’s wife Areta, Jason and Medea were hastily married, so that there was no reason to return Medea to her father. Returning to Yolk, Jason found out that during his absence Pelias killed his father and all his relatives.Thanks to Medea’s cunning, which convinced Pelius’s daughters that in order to return to his father’s youth, he should be cut into pieces, Jason cruelly avenged the abuser. Jason and Medea were expelled from Jodk and settled in Corinth with King Creon, where they lived happily for ten years. They had two sons: Mermer and Feret. When Jason decided to remarry with the daughter of King Creon, Medea, outraged by the betrayal, sent a poisoned robe as a gift to the bride and groom, and she died in terrible agony. The young sons of Jason, Mermer and Fereta, Medea killed, while she herself was carried away in a chariot drawn by winged dragons. Jason committed suicide; according to another version, he died under the rubble of the dilapidated ship "Argo".