Nalyvaiko, Demian [Наливайко, Дем’ян; Nalyvajko, Dem'jan], b in the 1550s in Husiatyn, Galicia, d 1627 in Ostrih, Volhynia. Orthodox priest and cultural figure; brother of Severyn Nalyvaiko. He studied at the Ostrih Academy and in Vilnius and was taught printing by Ivan Fedorovych (Fedorov). He served as the private priest and confessor of Prince Kostiantyn Vasyl Ostrozky from 1589 and taught at the Ostrih Academy. In 1594–6 he took part in the rebellion led by his brother, Severyn Nalyvaiko, and in 1596 he participated in the Orthodox synod that proclaimed the Church Union of Berestia to be illegal. Later he directed Ostrozky's printing presses at the Derman Monastery (1602–5) and in Ostrih (1607, 1612), wrote verses and prefaces in the Derman Octoechos (1604) and Ostrih Horologion (1612), and contributed the introduction, an emblematic verse dedicated to Ostrozky, and translations of Saint John Chrysostom's homilies to an Ostrih collection (1607).
[This article originally appeared in the Encyclopedia of Ukraine, vol. 3 (1993).]