Alkiviadis is a male Greek name whose origins are found in the Ancient years. In fact, the Ancient Greek name Alkiviadis reminds us of one of the most known Athenian politicians who raised controversy around his name and his actions.
The name Alkiviadis is a compound word from the Greek words alki ( a type of deer) and via (violence). The name refers to a man who is very brave and audacious.
Sound of name Alkiviadis: A-lkee-vee – á – dees
Female Version of name Alkiviadis: N/A
Nameday of Alkiviadis: June 2nd and August 16th
Origin of name Alkiviadis – Agios Alkiviadis (St Alkiviadis)
The name Alkiviadis comes from Ancient Greece, but for the Greek Orthodox Church it is associated with a man who lived during the 7th century AD.
There are no details about this man, except that he was burned to death and was declared a Saint by the Orthodox Church that celebrates the nameday of Alkiviadis on June 2nd and August 16th. There is not enough evidence that the two dates refer to the same or different persons.
Nicknames deriving from name Alkiviadis
Name Alkiviadis features just a few nicknames and diminutives, such as Alkis – which is the most common one -, Akis and Altsos.
The Names’ Fairy reveals the meaning of name Alkiviadis
Alkiviadis is sensitive and brave, but he is also introverted. He is ambitious and loves the good life, entertainment and money. Sometimes he is very audacious.