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*nedělja > ne délatʹ / délaya > nedélja
This name derives from the Slavic “nedélja (неде́ля),” composed of two elements: “ne (не)” (not, no, without) plus “délatʹ (де́лать) délaya (де́лая)” (to make, to do). In turn, the name means “no working, Sunday.” 1) Holy Sunday Church (Bulgarian: църква “Света Неделя” Sveta Nedelya) is an Eastern Orthodox church in Sofia, the capital of Bulgaria, a cathedral of the Sofia bishopric of the Bulgarian Patriarchate. 2) Nedelya was a Russian liberal-Narodnik political and literary newspaper. It appeared in St. Petersburg from 1866 to 1901. 3) Nedelya Petkova (1826–1894) was a Bulgarian education pioneer. In 1859 she began teaching girls and developed this into a school system for girls across the Bulgarian part of the Ottoman Empire, with hundreds of girls attending classes.



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