Paraskevi (disambiguation)

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The name '''''Paraskevi''''' (Gr.Παρασκευή), meaning ''preparation'', referring to to the preparation for the Sabbath.  It is also the Greek word for ''[[Friday]]''.
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'''''Paraskevi''''' (Gr.Παρασκευή, meaning "preparation") may refer to any of the following saints:
  
 
There are several [[saint]]s named ''Paraskevi'' (also spelled ''Parascheva'' or ''Paraskeva''):
 
There are several [[saint]]s named ''Paraskevi'' (also spelled ''Parascheva'' or ''Paraskeva''):
  
 
*[[Virgin-Martyr]] '''[[Paraskevi]] of Rome''' ([[July 26]])
 
*[[Virgin-Martyr]] '''[[Paraskevi]] of Rome''' ([[July 26]])
*St. '''[[Paraskevi the Fool-for-Christ]]''' or "Pasha of Sarov"; Russian ([[September 22]])
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*'''[[Paraskevi the Fool-for-Christ]]''' or "Pasha of Sarov"; Russian ([[September 22]])
*St. '''[[Paraskeve the New|Parascheva the New]]'''; in the world "Petka"; also known as Paraskevi of Serbia ([[October 14]])
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*'''[[Paraskeve the New|Parascheva the New]]'''; in the world "Petka"; also known as Paraskevi of Serbia ([[October 14]])
*[[Great-martyr]] '''Paraskevi of Iconium''' ([[October 28]])
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*[[Great-martyr]] Paraskevi of Iconium ([[October 28]])
*[[Righteous]] Virgin '''Paraskevi of Pirimin''' on the Pinega River (Archangelsk) (October 28)
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*[[Righteous]] Virgin Paraskevi of Pirimin on the Pinega River (Archangelsk) (October 28)
*[[Martyr]] '''Paraskevi''', sister to Great-martyr Photini the Samaritan Woman ([[February 26]])
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*[[Martyr]] Paraskevi, sister to Great-martyr Photini the Samaritan Woman ([[February 26]])
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''Paraskevi'' is also the Greek name for [[Friday]] and thus occupies a place  in the liturgical cycle.
  
  
 
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Revision as of 13:01, April 14, 2008

Paraskevi (Gr.Παρασκευή, meaning "preparation") may refer to any of the following saints:

There are several saints named Paraskevi (also spelled Parascheva or Paraskeva):


Paraskevi is also the Greek name for Friday and thus occupies a place in the liturgical cycle.


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