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- russian: matushka (pronounced mah'-too-shkah, literally means 'mama,' i.e., the intimate form of 'mother'; more common in 'diaspora'
- date august 2008 name szilveszter matuska , image , caption , birthname , alias , birth_date 1892 , 1 , 29 , birth_place csantavér , death
- transliterated as rossiya-matushka) is a national personification of russia , appearing in patriotic posters, statues etc.
- matushka olga michael (february 3, 1916 – november 8, 1979), also known as olinka, was a priest 's wife from kwethluk village, on the
- the river has a symbolic meaning in russian culture and is often referred to as Волга-матушка volga-matushka (mother volga) in russian
- the parish school was supervised by matushka susanne senyo. adult education was supervised by father michael, ****isted by paul graycar.
- other slavic traditions generally use the same word for a deacon's wife that is used for a priest's wife : matushka (russian),
- new martyrs matushka agatha of belarus , schemamonk eugene, and paramon (1938, 1939, 1941) other commemorations : repose of metropolitan
- new martyrs and confessors : new martyr matushka maria of gatchina (1930 new hieromartyr cyril, metropolitan of kazan (1937 new hieromartyr
- ru/matushka-yuliya-sysoeva-ob-otce-daniile-schaste-chudesax-i-muchenichestve/ julia sysoeva: about fr daniel, happiness, miracles and