Terrible 16th-century Russian czar

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Random information on the term “Ivan”:

Ivan (Cyrillic: Иван or Iван) is a Slavic male given name, a variant of the Greek name Iōánnēs (English: John) from Hebrew יוֹחָנָה Yôḥānnāh meaning ‘God is gracious’. It is popular in Russia, Ukraine, Serbia, Bulgaria, Croatia, Belarus, Macedonia, and Montenegro and has also become more popular in Romance-speaking countries since the 20th century.

Ivan is the common Slavic Latin spelling, while Cyrillic spelling is two-fold: in Bulgarian, Russian, Macedonian, Serbian and Montenegrin it is Иван, while in Belarusian and Ukrainian it is Iван. The Old Church Slavonic (or Old Cyrillic) spelling is Їωан.

It is the Slavic relative of the Latin name Johannes, corresponding to English John.This Slavic version of the name originates from New Testament Greek Ἰωάννης (Iōánnēs) rather than from the Latin Io(h)annes. The Greek name is in turn derived from Hebrew יוֹחָנָן (Yôḥānān), meaning “YHWH (God) is gracious”. The name is ultimately derived from the Biblical Hebrew name יוחנן (pronounced [joχanan]), short for יהוחנן (pronounced [jəhoχanan]), meaning “God is merciful”. Common patronymics derived from the name are Ivanović (Serbo-Croatian), Ivanov (Russian and Bulgarian), and Ivanovich (Russian, used as middle name), corresponding to “Ivan’s son”.

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