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Flavien, Ella, Gabin, Agathe, Felix, Enora, Heloise ... all these names have in common that they all celebrate in February. So, soon we discover all the secrets of these favorite names of the month!
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Latin "flavius", name of a large Roman family that means blond, yellow, here is a name to celebrate February 18. Unless you are tempted by Flavian or Flavy derivatives ...
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You have the right to choose the short version, Theo, but it will be less original than Theophane ... celebrated on February 2. From the Greek "theos", God, and "phainen", to appear, it is a name rare and yet full of charm.
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The one that makes people happy ... that's the meaning of "beatrix". Nice future for your princess, right? His party ? The February 13, lucky day !
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Celebrated February 3, Blaise means in Latin one who stammers ... a name not so common today, whose retro side could please you.
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A name of a great traveler, what do you think? That's what this name means in Greek. Celebrated on February 26, Saint Nestor was bishop in Asia Minor in the third century. At the moment of suffering martyrdom, he would have prayed to stop the rain so that his executioners remain dry ...
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Original! Celebrated February 6Gaston comes from the Germanic "gast", meaning traveler, warrior. To remember also its Provençal form Gastoun ...
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Charming this name! From Latin "gabinus", which means originated from the city of Gabies in Italy, it is celebrated on February 19th for saint Gabin, martyr in Rome in 286 ... but it is not him who made this name famous!
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A prestigious name worn by five Eastern emperors and a no less prestigious actor, Romain Duris. Celebrated February 28, the name Romain comes from the Latin word Romanus which meant the inhabitants of Rome during Antiquity.
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Less known than Julien, here is a name that you might like. Celebrated February 16it comes from the Latin word "Julianus", a member of the family of Julius, who designated a large family of Romans.
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From the Germanic "arn", meaning eagle, and "waldan", to govern, Arnaud celebrates the February 10 with a grandfather of Charlemagne, tutor to King Dagobert. It has a classic side and class at the same time. Please ?
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Derived from Louise, Germanic, "hold", glorious, and "wild", fighter, here is a name yet full of sweetness. Celebrated February 11th for a Benedictine hermit from Normandy.
A precious name ... celebrated on February 5 ! Nothing to do with the agate, the stone, Agathe comes from the Greek "agathê", which means good. Unless you prefer the Anglo-Saxon form Agatha!
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And if you dared Josephine? From Hebrew "yôsephyâh", which means God will add, this name is celebrated on February 8.
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Celebrated February 17Alexis has the advantage of being a mixed first name. From the Greek verb "alexein", to protect, it is a derivative of Alexander, who knew how to take his autonomy very early. A track for your baby?
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An original choice put on the agenda with the host Enora Malagré (Do not touch my post!). Celtic "enor", honor, it is celebrated the the 21st of February. He tempts you?
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Latin "felix", happy, lucky ... it could bring good luck to your baby. Celebrated 12 February among others, it was worn by many popes and saints.
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It is rather his "short" version, Cyril, which is currently popular with Cyril Lignac or Cyril Hanouna. The name Cyril comes from the Greek "kurios", meaning lord, consecrated to the lord. This is Saint Cyril, celebrated on February 14th, that we owe the Cyrillic alphabet, used in the Serbian, Russian and Bulgarian languages.
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Valentine comes from the Latin "valens", which means vigorous, healthy. Saint of the lovers, it is undoubtedly the one which one remembers most of the date of celebration ... the February 14th.
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Here is a beautiful name that comes from the Greek "apellos", which arouses, which inspires (the creation), name of the god Apollo, god of light and beauty. Celebrated February 9you might like it for your princess because it is very sweet.
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Celebrated February 1st, the name Ella comes from the Anglo-Saxon "aelf", which means elf. Originally, it was a name given to boys. This name has, of course, been immortalized by the great lady of jazz, Ella Fitzgerald.
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