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1200+ historical names, with variations, meanings, and origins.
A sampling of names from the book. Italics indicate female names.
Ysabeau (Sp). Var Élise, Élizabeth (Hebrew). "Consecrated to God."
Cyriaque (Gk). "Sunday child." St. Cyriac was a three-year-old child martyred with his mother ca. 300 A.D.
René, Renée (Fr). [Reginald.] "Mighty, powerful."
Bérengère (Germ). "Bear spear." Bérengère of Navarre was the wife of Richard Coeur-de-lion (the Lion-Heart).
Sabin, Sabine (Fr). The Sabines were an ancient people of central Italy. Legend says that Romulus and his men kidnapped the women of the Sabines, and took them as wives.
Rémy (Fr). "From Rheims; one who cures." St. Remegius baptized Clovis in 6thC. Rémi, Rémie.
Clovis (Teut). "Renowned in battle." Ancient form of the name "Louis." King Clovis I was the first Christian king of the Franks, ruling much of present-day France.
Électra (Gk). "Shining, brilliant." In mythology, the daughter of Agamemnon, leader of the Greeks in the Trojan War.
Émérant (Eng). "Emerald."
Ghislain, Ghislaine (Germ). "Pledge."
Book Publisher: AEE Workshop
Binding: Plastic Comb
No. of Pages: 190
Paper Weight (lb): 24#