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Name Root:
*vaditi > vȁditi / VOLOD / VLAD-
This name derives from the Proto-Slavic “*vaditi > vȁditi (ва̏дити),” meaning “take out, draw (something from somewhere), to extract (ore, plants from the ground), to save (somebody from a difficulty).” According to another version, the name corresponds to the patronymic “Vadimovich,” or as a reduction of the Slavic name Vadimir, from the Slavic root “volod / vlad- (владь),” meaning “power, to rule.” St. Vadim was born to a prominent family in the Persian town of Bithlapet. Having distributed his riches, he built in the suburbs of the city a monastery which he dedicated to the archimandrite. In order to focus his thoughts on God and for more concentrated prayers, he sometimes departed to a neighboring desert mountain, and here he was once found worthy to have a vision of God.


medieval Slavic (Latinized)
medieval Slavic (Latinized)

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