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Random information on the term “BORIS”:
Boris, Borys or Barys (Bulgarian, Russian, Serbian, Ukrainian: Борис; Belarusian: Барыс) is a male name of Bulgar origin, an extinct Oghur Turkic language. Nowadays, it is most widely represented in Russia, Belarus, Ukraine, Bulgaria, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, North Macedonia, Montenegro, Slovakia and Slovenia. The spelling variant Borys is more common in Poland and Ukraine.
A commonly accepted theory is that it is a Bulgar language name. Its precise etymology is unclear. It may be derived from one or more of several Turkic words such as böri – meaning “wolf”, or from bogöri – which means “short”, or from bars – meaning “snow leopard”. It can be used as a short form of the name Borislav, derived from the Slavic elements borti “battle” and slava “glory”, “fame”. Through the nickname “Bob” the name is often linked together with the name Robert, an ancient Germanic name meaning “fame-bright”.
Boris is first found in written records in the case of the Bulgarian ruler Prince Boris I (852–889), who adopted Christianity in AD 864 and introduced it to his people. His name came to be known in Europe in relation to this particular act. Moreover, after his death in AD 907 he was proclaimed the first Bulgarian saint, and traces of his Orthodox sainthood during this period can be found as far away as Catholic Ireland. The Patriarchate of Constantinople recognized the canonization of St. Boris in AD 923. Prince Boris was purportedly not a Slav and descended from the Bulgars. Among the Bulgars the name was known in its two forms: Boris and Bogoris.