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In Toussaint - Significance and origin

In Toussaint - Significance and origin


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Meaning of the name:

Of totus sanctus which means "all the saints".

Celebrities:

Toussaint Dubreuil (1561-1602), painter of Henri IV, Toussaint-Guillaume Picquet, Count of La Motte (1720-1791), François-Dominique Toussaint Louverture (1743-1803), French politician of Afro-Caribbean origin.

His character :

Toussaint is a boy we like to talk to right away. His cheerfulness and enthusiasm make his company interesting. Always ready to act, on request or not, he can not stand to do nothing and does what he has to do with the heart. In addition to the heart, Toussaint has a lively and responsive spirit. His intelligence is accompanied by a healthy curiosity for the world around him. Toussaint is optimistic and has a very developed imagination, which makes him sympathetic. In addition, he will be able to juggle between his dark side and his reflected side. He does not like doing things half-way like he does not like doing small things. Without having the madness of grandeur, Toussaint sees things in a big way. His devouring ambition will propel him to the highest. With a great will, he accomplishes what he plans to accomplish without failing.

Derivatives:

Tou, Touati, Touatia, Touba, Touda, Toudo, Toufek, Toufic, Touffik, Toufik, Toumani, Toufirk, Toufique, Touhami and Toufir.

His party :

Toussaint is celebrated on November 1st.

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