masculine Branislaŭ

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bronjá / broní sláva > Bronisláv
This name derives from the Slavic name “Bronisláv (Бронисла́в),” composed of two elements: “bronjá ‎(броня́) broní ‎(брони́)” (armor, armor, armoring, shell) plus “sláva ‎(сла́ва)” (glory, fame, renown, honor, repute, reputation). In turn, the name means “glory and honor to those who wear the armor.” 1) Bronisław Markiewicz (1842–1912) was a Polish religious and priest, founder of the Congregation of Saint Michael the Archangel in 2005, was beatified by Pope Benedict XVI. 2) Blessed Bronislava (1204–1259) was a Polish nun of the Premonstratensian Order. She is blessed in the Roman Catholic Church.



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