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    Alexander Vasilyevich Suvorov (Алекса́ндр Васи́льевич Суво́ров, r Aleksandr Vasil‘evich Suvorov; 24 November [O.S. 13 November] 1729 or 1730 – 18 May [O.S. 6 May] 1800), Count Suvorov of Rymnik (граф Рымникский), Prince of Italy (князь Италийский), Count of the Holy Roman Empire, was a Generalissimo of the Russian Empire.
    Suvorov is one of the few generals in history[citation needed] (along with Alexander the Great, Lucius Cornelius Sulla, and Genghis Khan) who never lost a battle. He was famed for his military manual The Science of Victory and noted for several of his sayings, including "What is difficult in training will become easy in a battle", "The bullet is a mad thing; only the bayonet knows what it is about", and "Perish yourself but rescue your comrade!". He taught his soldiers to attack instantly and decisively: "Attack with the cold steel! Push hard with the bayonet!" He joked with the men, calling common soldiers 'brother', and shrewdly presented the results of detailed planning and careful strategy as the work of inspiration.[1]

    Early life and career

    Suvorov was born into a noble family originating from Novgorod at the Moscow mansion of his maternal grandfather Fedosey Manukov, landowner from Oryol gubernia and an official of Peter I. Hailing from an Armenian noble family originating from Novgorod at the Moscow mansion of his maternal grandfather Fedosey Manukov, (e.g. since "Manuk" is an Armenian name in the form of "Manukian" which when 'Russified' becomes Manukov), his family later "Russified." As part of the 'russification' process that ensued then, he and his family had to fostered Russian cognomen. Some of his ancestors had emigrated from Sweden in 1622.[2] His father, Vasiliy Suvorov, was a general-in-chief and a senator in the Governing Senate, and was credited with translating Vauban's works into Russian.[2]

    And this is from Armenian Wiki

    Name is of Armenian origin, Manukovayi While the scientists to emerge from the fact that not only was Alexander Suvorov's mother, the father Suvorove, Vasili, who was the first Russian military dictionary author, the Russian Tsar Peter the Great and of advanced and educated sanike a person who has mastered eight languages, including Armenian and Turkish, which was impossible at least for the time of the Russian nobility, especially Swedish essays and poems (the thing is that the Russian and foreign scientists, clearly not knowing Suvorovneri family's roots, trying to prove Suvorovneri family "Swedish" origin), whereas without the adoption of the Armenian version is also unclear why the father of Alexander Suvorov General Vasily Suvorove who sanikn Tsar Peter I and the Russian Empire was one of the richest and most influential mardkatsits suddenly decided to marry for the Armenians of Astrakhan, and in a family, there is one belonging to the Armenian Apostolic Church denounces NKR elections likely to take the North Caucasus, the Armenians having origins Manukovayin knutyan. Alexander Vasilyevich Suvorov's father, maternal grandfather, Yevdokia Manukovayi Teodos Manukove Russian historian A. Petrushevsku data is quite high positions in the Peter the Great is known that this great Russian Tsar was to encourage the involvement of foreigners in the service of the Russian state, which is big enough place in the history of Alexander Suvorov and the grandfather, Tsar Peter the Great Teodos Manukove, was an officer during the Russian governmental institutions, which at first I was against Peter and the accounting for and occupied by Russia is Ingermanlandia region, where the Empire new capital, Saint Petersburg, and in 1737, Peter the Great kaysere as a faithful person, shall be appointed by the St. Petersburg voevoda By the way, the generalissimo Alexander Suvorov paternal grandfather, Ivan G. Suvaryan (Suvar) Tsar Peter Preobrazhenyan regiment has served as a "general" or "General" scribe `генеральный писарь, which shows his high competence and confidence to enjoy the Tsar about Suvorovneri also speaks in favor of Armenian origin, the Russian empress Ekaterina the Great recommend that his proposal was related to Armenia and Armenians of all political and military issues. Alexander V. Suvorove which, by the way, was very successfully solution: AV Suvorove was a link between the Russian Empire and the Armenian people. "Suvorov" Russian name is not Swedish, and moreover, to prove that this family chgnum outspoken opponents of Armenian origin hypothesis.

    So the man is obviously with Armenian roots he knew Armenian he had relations with Armenians,he originated from Armenian populated parts of Russia.
    You can tell whether a man is clever by his answers. You can tell whether a man is wise by his questions.