ilya

(from the article `Pñcartra`) The Pñcartra doctrine was first systematized by ilya (c. 100?), who composed several devotional verses about the deity Nryaa; that the Pñcartra ...
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Ilya

Ilya is a Russian boy name. The meaning of the name is `The Lord is My God` Where is it used? The name Ilya is mainly used In Russian.How do they say it elsewhere? Elias ( In Greek, Spanish, Portuguese, Finnish and In Hungarian) Elijah ( In English, Jewish and In the bible) See also In Jewish: Eliyahu In Italian: Elia In Hungarian: Illés The na
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Ilya

[band] Ilya are a duo from Bristol, England. The band consists of Joanna Swan and Nick Pullin. The band released their debut album They Died For Beauty in 2004, receiving a massive critical acclaim. It was followed by Somerset in 2006, after the departure from major company Virgin Records. The pair has been self-producing most of their musi
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ILYA

Ed Hillyer, better known as ILYA, is a British comics writer/artist. His work has appeared in publications from all the major US and UK comics companies, from Fleetway Editions` Crisis, Dark Horse`s Manga Mania, Deadline magazine to work for DC Comics` Vertigo imprint. ==Biography== He is best known for his character Bic who appeared in a self-...
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Ilya

Ilya, Illya, Iliya, Ilja, Ilija, or Ilia (Cyrillic:Илья) is the East Slavic form of the male Hebrew name Eliyahu (Elijah), meaning `My god is He`. It is pronounced with stress on the second syllable. The diminutive form is Ilyusha or Ilyushenka. The Russian patronymic for a son of Ilya is `Ilyich`, and a daughter is `Ilyinichna`. Ilya is...
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Ilya

[Archbishop of Novgorod] Ilya of Novgorod, also known as Ioann (John) of Novgorod (Иоанн Новгородский, his name upon entering the Great Schema and the name by which he is known in Russian Orthodox hagiography), was Archbishop of Novgorod from 1165 to his death in 1186. ==Life== The son of a priest, Ilya was himself priest o
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