Sofia, Victoria, Beverly, Milan, Olympia ... Go on a trip with these 20 names of cities and countries and maybe find the inspiration for the name of your future baby. A future globe-trotter? Click on Slideshow to see our selection of names Our first name guide Our search tool for a first name To discover:
Alba, albus, blanke, clara, gwenn ... Latin, Celtic or Germanic words to evoke white! They have, of course, also given birth to first names. Gwenn, Albin, Bianca, Tea, Olwen, etc. : origin, meaning, date of celebration ... all about 10 names white as snow. Gwenn Mixed name. Celtic "gwenn", which means white, happy.
From Hebrew "zekharia", God remembered. In the Gospel according to Luke, the angel Gabriel announces to the old Zechariah, Jewish priest of Jerusalem, that he will have a son. His wife Elisabeth, cousin of the Virgin, is very old and sterile. Zechariah doubts and loses the word, which he finds only at the birth ... of his son, John the Baptist!
A name "fallen from the sky" for your baby? The good idea! Amongst the stars and the stars, ideas are not lacking for future star voting. Estelle, Céleste, Astrée, Sami, Céline ...: origin, meaning, date of celebration, derivatives ... all about these pretty names. Estelle Female first name. From Latin "stella", which means star.
Given names of girls: Carla-Marie Carla-Marie A Franco-Latino wedding! This composite name grew up at the same time as the name Carla. Will he be able to resist time? Carla is the Italian and Spanish form of Charlotte. Mary comes from the Hebrew myriam, "the one who raises". To discover :
Given names of girls: Emma-Louise Emma-Louise A duel at the top! Emma and Louise still share the head of the list of first names ... so getting married is a good idea! From the Germanic heim, "house", or ermin, "great, powerful", Emma is not the diminutive of Emmanuelle, but a full name.
A baby will soon put pretty colors in your life? Get inspired by our colorful selection for his name! White, Navy, Neela, Zohra, Malvina ...: origin, meaning, date of celebration, derivatives ... all about these names. Blanche Female name. From the Germanic "blank", meaning bright white.
Given names of girls: Emma-Lou Emma-Lou Among the favorite names of French parents: Emma and, among the favorite diminutives Lou ... here is a name all composed found. Emma comes from the Germanic Heim, "house", or ermin, "big, powerful". Lou is a diminutive of Louis or Louise, his etymology comes from the old German "hlod", illustrious, and "wig", fighter.
From Hebrew "avva", source of life. First woman, coming out of God's hand at once ... and from Adam's rib, to become his companion. A "loaned" she thanked him very badly, offering him to eat the forbidden fruit! His birthday: September 6th. From Hebrew "avva", source of life. First woman, coming out of God's hand at once ... and from Adam's rib, to become his companion.
Originality, regional identity ... these are the strengths of the Celtic names. And they do not like that in Brittany! Enora, Gwenn, Loan, Lénaïc, Tara: origin, meaning, date of celebration ... all about 10 first names with magic accents. You will also find ideas with derivatives. Enora female name. Celtic "enor", which means honor.
Given names of girls: Lili-Jeanne Lili-Jeanne A small modern name and a retro: it is the contrast that pleases in this beautiful association, sometimes spelled Lily-Jeanne or Lily-Jane, Anglo-Saxon form. The name Lili is inspired by the Latin word lilium designating the lily and symbolizing purity.
Given names of girls: Abby-Gaëlle Abby-Gaëlle The Biblical name Abigaël, from the Hebrew abiigayil, "joy of his father". spreads in France in different forms: Abigaëlle, Abygael, Abbygael, Abbygaëlle ...). Normal that parents have broken down by associating the diminutive English Abby and Breton name Gaëlle.
From Hebrew "myriam", that which raises. Mary, mother of Jesus, is the leading name of all countries of Christian tradition for centuries. His birthday: August 15th. From Hebrew "myriam", that which raises. Mary, mother of Jesus, is the leading name of all countries of Christian tradition for centuries.
Given names of girls: Lily-Rose Lily-Rose It is undoubtedly the couple Vanessa Paradis-Johnny Depp who revived the fashion of the double names in France, with that of their daughter: Lily-Rose, born in 1999. The first name Lily-Rose refers to two pretty flowers: lilies and roses. It can be declined: Lilly-Rose, Lili-Rose or Lilie-Rose.
Given names of girls: Lisa-Marie Lisa-Marie Appeared in the late 1970s, this association was probably followed by French parents with the birth of Elvis Presley's daughter. Coming from England, the name Lisa is simply the diminutive of the classic Elise or Elisabeth names.
Girl's first names: Lily-Jade Lily-Jade Make two short and trendy first names meet, you get a promising compound name. You can also opt for Lili-Jade. The name Lili is inspired by the Latin word "lilium" meaning "lily" and Jade comes from the Spanish piedra of the ijada, "flank stone", designating a famous gemstone.