Recommended Interesting Articles

Pregnancy

Medieval names: Bertille

Medieval names: Bertille Bertille The name Bertille comes from the Germanic terms berht meaning "brilliant" or "illustrious" and it is translated by skillful. It was a common name in the Middle Ages ... he is back today. His birthday: November 6th. Its derivatives: Berthe, Berthille, Berthile, Bertile, Bertilia, Berteline.
Read More
First

Name Wanina - Meaning of origin

Origin of the first name: Slaves Meaning of the first name: Derived from Vanina, Hebrew Yohanan, God (Yahweh) forgives, pardoned. Especially used in Russia and Sweden, Vanina was originally a mere diminutive of Jeanne. His birthday: June 24th. Search for a Given Name A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Top Names First Names First Names Outdated Names in the World Other Names by Topics> To Discover:
Read More
Other

One ... then two socks

Gentle operation for baby's toes, widen the opening of the sock with your fingers and then, keeping your baby's foot gently, put the sock to the end.It is enough to adjust before moving to the other foot.Malicious, your baby will take pleasure in catching his feet and pulling on his socks like Victoria.
Read More
Receipts

Wok of veal with cashew nuts

To cook the veal with a little exotic side, take out your wok and sauté the meat with cashews. A delight ! Ingredients: For 4 people 350 g of veal 250 of cooked rice 250 g of gourmet peas 80 g of cashew 25 g of dehydrated black mushrooms 1 clove of garlic 2 tablespoons of olive oil salt pepper Preparation : Immerse the mushrooms in a bowl of lukewarm water for 10 minutes.
Read More
First

Horia Meaning - Origin and Names

Origin of first name: Sanskrits, Slaves Meaning of first name: The name Horia is derived from the word "hora" which refers to the shape of a halo. In Persian, it means "fire". Celebrities: Horia Kebabza teaches sociology at the University of Toulouse. His work focuses on gender, sexism and racism.
Read More
Pregnancy

Biblical First Names: Salome

Hebrew "shalom", peace.After a bewitching dance, this charming princess asked the head of the prophet John the Baptist to King Herod for revenge. Salome was the mother of the apostles St. James the Greater and St. John the Evangelist. She witnessed the crucifixion of Christ and his burial.
Read More