Титарёв

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Russian

Alternative forms

Etymology

From кти́тор (ktítor) or ти́тор (títor)/ти́тар (títar, ktetor”, also “ktitor), from Ancient Greek κτήτωρ (ktḗtōr)—someone who provides the funds for construction or reconstruction of an Orthodox church or monastery, a church elder.

Pronunciation

  • IPA(key): [tʲɪtɐˈrʲɵf]

Proper noun

Титарёв (Titarjóvm anim (genitive Титарёва, nominative plural Титарёвы, genitive plural Титарёвых, feminine Титарёва)

  1. A surname​: Titarev, Titaryov

Declension