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Ivanov ( Bulgarian , Russian : Ивано́в , sometimes the stress is on Ива́нов in Bulgarian if it is a middle name, or in Russian as a rare variant of pronunciation), Ivanoff or Ivanow (masculine), or Ivanova ( Ивано́ва ; feminine) is one of the most common surnames in Bulgaria and the second most widespread surname in Russia after Smirnov . [1] The surname is derived from the male given name Ivan (related to John ) and literally means Ivan's .

But there was more to Morozov than work. In 1899 he bought a large classical-style house and estate on Prechistenka St, Moscow, and soon moved permanently to the city. His leisure interests included food, women and buying fine art . Of these, by far the most expensive was his passion for art. By this time, his father Abram had died, and the family began to be dominated by Abram's wife, Ivan's mother, the despotic Varvara Khludova, who herself came from a textile dynasty. She quickly took over as Chairman of the family business. Progressive, immensely philanthropic and liberal - except with her sons - she later married Vasily Sobolevsky, the editor of Russkiye Vedomosti (Russian News). It has been suggested that the rather wild behaviour of her three sons (in Ivan's case, his wild appetite for avant-garde art ) was in part due to her own domineering and selfish nature.

The English word terrible is usually used to translate the Russian word grozny in Ivan's nickname, but the modern English usage of terrible, with a pejorative connotation of bad or evil, does not precisely represent the intended meaning. Grozny's meaning is closer to the original usage of terrible -- inspiring fear or terror, dangerous (as in Old English in one's danger), or formidable. (Compare the city name Grozny)

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