Origin of first name: Greeks, Latins Meaning of first name: Cristian is a name having as origin the Greek word "khristos" which literally means "the one who is anointed". It can also find its origin in the Latin "Christianus" translating as "disciple of Christ". Celebrities: Famous footballers wearing this name include Spanish Cristian Tello Herrer, Uruguayan Cristian Gabriel Rodríguez Barrotti, Argentine Cristian Daniel Ansaldi and Ghana's Christian Atsu Twasam.
Origin of first name: Scandinavian Meaning of first name: The name Aaricia, of Scandinavian origin, means proud, distinguished, noble and princess. Derived from the first name Aricie, we can associate it with the Greek "aristos" which translates as "better". Celebrities: Aaricia is the name of a character from the famous series of comics "Thorgal" (Jean Van Hamme).
Origin of the name: Latins Meaning of the name: Breton form of Eleonore, Aanor comes from "enor" which means "honor" and Latin "lenire" which means "to soften". Celebrities: Aanor, daughter of King Brest and wife of King Gaëlo, Hoël II in the sixth century, Aanor de Saint-Valéry, wife of Robert III of Dreux in 1210.
Origin of first name: Greek Meaning of first name: The name Abbon comes from the Greek abbas, which means "father". It's a rare name. Celebrities: No famous Abbon, maybe your wonder to you! Abbon's patron saint is Abbon de Fleury, recognized as the first abbot of Gaul. This Benedictine reforming monk was one of the greatest theologians of the early Middle Ages (in the Ottonian Renaissance period), born around 945 and died in 1004 in La Réole.
Origin of first name: Hebrew Meaning of first name: From Hebrew "aharon", meaning the one who comes after or I will sing (the praises of God). This biblical name is that of Moses' elder brother who helped him bring the Hebrews out of Egypt. There is also an Irish saint Aaron who founded in Brittany, in the 6th century, the monastery of Alet (Saint-Servan today).
Origin of name: Arabes Meaning of name: Derived from first name Adel. From Arabic, "fair, equitable". The name Adel refers to a quote from the Prophet Muhammad: "In all things, the middle way is the best". This precept (hadith) is a call to tolerance. Celebrities: This name made history in 2009 when Saudi King Abdullah named for the first time a black, Sheikh Adil al-Kalbani, nicknamed the Saudi Obama, Imam of the Great Mosque of Mecca.
Origin of first name: Arabic Meaning of first name: Abdelhakim is a name that comes from the Arabic terms "abd" and "Hakîm" which mean respectively "servant" and "wise". "Al-Hakīm" is the 47th name of Allah. This first name can therefore be interpreted as "servant of the sage". Celebrities: Egyptian Marshal and Politician Abdel Hakim Amer, Libyan Engineer and Commander Abdelhakim Belhadj, Libyan High Official and Politician Abdelhakim Bouraoui.
Origin of first name: Arabic Meaning of first name: Abdelkader is one of the 99 names of Allah or the "most beautiful names of God". It is a name of Arab origin which means "servant of the Mighty" and which can be transcribed Ab Del Kader. Celebrities: Emir Abdelkader or Abd el-Kader Ben Muhieddine (1808-1883), Algerian politician, philosopher and writer, symbol of the fight against French rule and colonialism.
Origin of first name: Arabic Meaning of first name: The name Abdeljalil is composed of the first names Abdel which means "servant of God" and "Jalil" which means "who is big". We can translate the name Abdeljalil as "the servant of the majestic". Celebrities: Abdeljalil Boumehdi is a champion of Moroccan origin specialized in Greco-Roman wrestling.
Origin of first name: Arabic Meaning of first name: Abdelkarim is a name of Koranic origin which means "the servant of the Generous". According to Al-Waleed ibn Muslim in Jami 'At-Tirmidhi, "Al-Karim" is the 43rd name of Allah. Celebrities: Tunisian politician Abdelkarim Zebidi, Tunisian footballers Abdelkarim Nafti and Moroccan Abdelkarim Benhenia, Moroccan poet Abdelkarim Tabbal, Moroccan singer Abdelkarim Guennoun.
Origin of name: Arabes Meaning of name: The name Abderahmane is of Koranic origin. Muslims have given Muslim names to their children for almost fourteen centuries, regardless of their origins. This trend represents for them the attachment to the sources, the roots of Islam, as well as a living testimony of their religious identity.
Origin of first name: Arabes Meaning of first name: Abdel-Rahim is a given name given from Abdel and Rahim. In Arabic Koranic the prefix Ab- translates as "servant" and is rather a determinant. The original writing Abd-el therefore means "servant of ...", while Rahim translates as "lenient, full of gentleness".
Origin of first name: Arabic Meaning of first name: Abdelmalek is a name of Arabic and Islamic origin meaning "servant of the Supreme Master". The latter refers to Allah. Indeed, according to Al-Waleed ibn Muslim, "Al-Malik" is the 4th name of God. Celebrities: Sultan Abdelmalek Ben Ismaïl, politicians Abdelmalek Faraj and Abdelmalek Sellal, boxer Abdelmalek Rahou, handball player Abdelmalek Slahdji, footballers Abdelmalek Merbah and Abdelmalek Ziaya and cyclist Abdelmalek Madani.
Origin of first name: Arabic Meaning of first name: Abdellah is a name of Arabic origin, equivalent to Abdallah or Abdullah. It means "servant of God". Coming from the root abd and allah, his abbreviated form is Abdel. Celebrities: The Moroccan politician Abdellah Baha, the Moroccan writer Abdellah Taïa, the footballer Abdellah Zoubir ... Phonetically similar to Abdon of Rome, Abdellah is celebrated with this Christian martyr of the Roman Catholic Church and the Orthodox Church.
Origin of the name: Hebrew Meaning of the name: The name Abdon, very rare in France, made its appearance in the Hexagon in the twentieth century. This masculine given name means "servant" in Hebrew. Celebrities: This name has been taken up by René Goscinny to illustrate his work Le Petit Nicolas, where we find Uncle Abdon.
Origin of first name: Arabic Meaning of first name: Koranic Arabic first name, Abdeslam means "the servant of peace". Celebrities: Moroccan entrepreneur Abdeslam Ahizoune, Moroccan economist and politician Abdeslam Seddiki, Moroccan international footballer Abdeslam Laghrissi, Moroccan actor Abdeslam Chraïbi (deceased in 2006), Moroccan athlete Abdeslam Radi (who died in 2000), Moroccan international footballer Abdeslam Ouaddou, the Belgian-Moroccan actor Abdeslam Arbaoui, the Algerian politician Abdeslam Bouchouareb ... His character: Abdeslam is friendly and funny everyday.
Origin of first name: Africans, Arabs Meaning of first name: Abdoulaye means "Servant of God" in the Arabic language. Celebrities: Abdoulaye Ba, professional footballer of Senegalese origin and Abdoulaye Wade, president of Senegal from 2000 to 2012. His character: Open and friendly, Abdoulaye is jovial.
Origin of first name: Arabic Meaning of first name: In Arabic, the prefix Ab- translates as "servant". Celebrities: Abdoul Ba, Senegalese footballer and Abdoul Camara, Guinean footballer. His character: Being an early sign of a sense of duty, Abdoul is helpful. He feels an increased need for internal security very early on, which is why his parents' affection is so important to him.
Origin of first name: Arabic Meaning of first name: Of Arab origin, it is the servant of God, Allah. In the Koran, he is the father of the prophet Muhammad. No date known or July 30 with Abdon, Roman martyr of the third century. Its derivatives: Abdel, Abdoullaye, Abdullah. 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: Arabic Meaning of first name: Coming from the Muslim word "aban", Aban is the name of an angel. If we look at its Arab origin, it would come from the word "abân" which means "the one that is clear and obvious". This name is also translated as "white" according to the Latin language. A rare name, which deserves to be known.
Origin of name: Hebrew, Originals Meaning of name: Derived from first name Abigaël. From Hebrew "abigahel", "my joy is in God", and "abigail" or "abigael", meaning the joy of his father. In the Bible, Abigael was the wife of King David, who predicted a glorious future for him before he came to the throne.