Abrosimov

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Abrosimov (Russian: Абро́симов; masculine) or Abrosimova (Абро́симова; feminine) is a Russian surname.[1][2] Variants of this surname include Abrasimov/Abrasimova (Абра́симов/Абра́симова), Abraskin/Abraskina (Абра́скин/Абра́скина), Abrosenko (Абросе́нко), Abrosenkov/Abrosenkova (Абро́сенков/Абро́сенкова), Abrosin/Abrosina (Абро́син/Абро́сина), Abroskin/Abroskina (Абро́с(ь)кин/Абро́с(ь)кина), Abroskov/Abroskova (Абро́сков/Абро́скова), Abrosov/Abrosova (Абро́сов/Абро́сова), Abroshin/Abroshina (Абро́шин/Абро́шина), Abroshchenko (Абро́щенко), Ambrosov/Ambrosova (Амбро́сов/Амбро́сова), Amvrosimov/Amvrosimova (Амвро́симов/Амвро́симова), Amvrosov/Amvrosova (Амвро́сов/Амвро́сова), Amvrosyev/Amvrosyeva (Амвро́сьев/Амвро́сьева), Obrosimov/Obrosimova (Обро́симов/Обро́симова), Obrosov/Obrosova (Обро́сов/Обро́сова), and Ovrosimov/Ovrosimova (Овро́симов/Овро́симова).[1]

All these surnames derive from various forms of the given name Ambrose (Amvrosy), which is of Greek origin where it means god-like.[1][2] Another possibility is that the surname derives from the Russian dialectal word "абросим" (abrosim), meaning a person who gives oneself airs, a person who plays the peacock.[1][2]

People with the surname

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  1. ^ a b c d Ganzhina, p. 11
  2. ^ a b c Fedosyuk, entry on "Абросимов".

Sources[edit]

  • И. М. Ганжина (I. M. Ganzhina). "Словарь современных русских фамилий" (Dictionary of Modern Russian Last Names). Москва, 2001. ISBN 5-237-04101-9
  • Ю. А. Федосюк (Yu. A. Fedosyuk). "Русские фамилии: популярный этимологический словарь" (Russian Last Names: a Popular Etymological Dictionary). Москва, 2006. ISBN 978-5-89349-216-3