Origin of the first name: Anglo-Saxons Meaning of the first name: Variant of Timothy, from the Greek "the one who honors God". St. Timothy was a disciple and friend of St. Paul who died stoned in 97 in Ephesus. His birthday: January 26th. Search for a Given Name A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Top Names First Names First Names Outdated Names in the World Other Names by Topics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:
Origin of first name: Latins Meaning of first name: Victor's diminutive, which means "the winner" in Latin. Saint Victor was a high-ranking Marseillais, martyred in 290, during the persecutions ordered by the Emperor Maximilian. His birthday: July 21st. Search for a Given Name A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Top Names First Names First Names Outdated Names in the World Other Names by Topics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:
Origin of the name: Celts Meaning of the name: Celtic "mawr", tall, and "can", brilliant. It also means born of the sea in Breton. Morgan is a mixed first name. Although not very common, Morgan was first used in Brittany. His birthday: July 8th or March 23rd. Its derivative: Morgane.
Origin of first name: Latins Meaning of first name: Derived from Marine, from Latin marinus, which means "sailor". His patron saint is Marina, the object of an ancient legend. Daughter of a notable of Asia Minor, she lost her mother at the age of 9 years. Mad with sorrow, his father decided to enter a convent for monks, but did not want to abandon his daughter.
Origin of first name: Greeks, Hebrews Meaning of first name: Jean-Philippe is composed of the Hebrew "Yohanan" which means "God has given grace" and Greek terms "philein" and "hippos" resulting respectively in "loving" and "horse". Celebrities: Actor and director Jean-Philippe Puymartin, jazz composer and guitarist Jean-Philippe Muvien, pianist Jean-Philippe Collard, singer Jean-Philippe Lafont, writers Jean-Philippe Bergeron and Jean-Philippe Toussaint.
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