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Name Heinz - Meaning and origin


Origin of first name:

Ancient, Germanic

Meaning of the name:

Heinz is a name derived from the roots heim meaning "house" and rik translating as "king". It may be a diminutive Heinrich related to Henry.

Celebrities:

German General Heinz Guderian, Austrian statesman Heinz Fischer, German philologist Heinz Wismann, German artist Heinz Mack, Austrian tenor Heinz Zednik and German naturalized German composer Heinz Zimmer.

Heinz's patron saint was Henry II, who lived in the 12th century and was the last king of Germany. He was first Duke of Bavaria, then became King of Francia Germania before being King of Italy and elected Germanic Roman Emperor. He was recognized for leading a pious and chaste life with his wife Cunégonde, daughter of the Count of Luxembourg.

His character :

Active, dynamic and determined, Heinz is organized and meticulous, never leaving anything to chance and combing every detail. With determination, Heinz gets everything he wants and gives himself the means to succeed. Born leader, he achieves his ends. Able to work alone, Heinz distinguishes himself by his autonomy and his methodical spirit. Equipped with a great capacity of adaptation, it finds its place easily by integrating whatever the conditions. Sportsman, he feels the need to spend regularly to channel his energy.

Small, Heinz shows a certain possessiveness. However, he knows how to be forgiven by using his charm and showing great affection. Slightly impatient, he needs to be guided to learn to wait, but also to gain balance. Fun and happy, little Heinz is easy to make friends and is never resentful.

Derivatives:

Henri, Heinrich, Heinrick, Heinrik and Heintz.

His party :

Heinz is celebrated on July 13th.

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