Simonida Name Meaning & Origin
Origin of the name Simone:
Feminine form of Simon, which is a borrowing from the Ecclesiastic late latin. The name is derived from the Hebrew Shimon, a derivative of shim'ōn (heard).
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The girl name Simonida is pronounced as See-mo-nee-dah.
Simonida is primarily used in Serbia and Bulgaria(Serbian, Bulgarian-Симонида)
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Origin of the name is Hebrew-Shimon-She Who Hears, God has Heard and Greek-Simonis(Σιμονίς).
Simonida is a original form of the name Simone and Simona.
In Serbian traditions, Simonida was known as figure of purity and beauty.
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Simonida Rajčević(Raycheveech) (born April 2, 1974) is a Serbian painter and artist.
Simonida Jovanović(Yovanoveech) (born on 1986 in Sombor, Serbia), first flute of the Academic Symphony Orchestra in Belgrade (Serbia)
Simonida Ceković-Vuletić(Tzekoveech, Vooleteech), professional tango dancer, from Boston.
Simonida Nemanjić(Nemanyeech) (Serbian Cyrillic: Симонида Немањић) (c. 1289 – 13401), born Simonis Palaiologina (Greek: Σιμονίς Παλαιολογίνα), was a queen consort of Serbia, wife of Serbian king Milutin. She was a daughter of Byzantine Emperor Andronikos II Palaiologos and Eirene of Montferrat.
Simonida Boscovic(Boshkoveech), Director La Citadelle Art NFP, Greater Chicago Area
Simonida Cvejic(Tzveyeech), Founder/CEO, Bay Area Medical Academy, San Francisco Bay Area
Simonida Baeter, MD at Connecticut Children's Medical Center
Simonida Crvenkova, MD at Clinic of radiotherapy and oncology, Macedonia
Simonida Jocic,(Yocheech) archaeologist at The University of British Columbia
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Asteroid 1675 Simonida discovered by Serbian astronomer Milorad B. Protić was named after her.
SImonida is the name of the hospital in Gracanica(Grachaneetza), province of Kosovo.
Story about Princess Simonida-
After signing peace with Serbian king Milutin in 1299, Byzantine Emperor Andronikos II gave him his 5-year old daughter Simonida. She was to be a guarantee of eternal peace and friendship between two countries. According to some Byzantine sources Milutin did not wait until Simonida reached maturity before consummating their relationship, causing damage to her uterus and preventing her from ever carrying children. Her beauty was well known, and a fresco of her in Gračanica monastery is one of the most valuable frescos in Serbian art. Unfortunately, the fresco is partly ruined, so that Simonida had no eyes. Simonida died in 1340 as a nun. In Serbian traditions, she was known as figure of purity and beauty.
Milan Rakić wrote a lyric poem about Serbian Princess Simonida Nemanjic(Nemanyeech), and Milutin Bojić wrote a psychological drama called Kraljeva Jesen (Eng. King's autumn) about her.