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Meaning of the name:
From the Germanic ragin, "council", and wald, "governor", it means "the counselor of the prince".
The Prince of Antioch in the second century Renaud de Chatillon, the Duke of Modena Renau d'Este (1655-1727), the French cellist Renaud Fontanarosa, the French writer Renaud Camus, the French singer-songwriter Renaud Séchan, French boomer Renaud Lavillenie, French actor Renaud Verley, French composer Renaud Gagneux, French politician Renaud Donnedieu de Vabres, French singer Renaud Detressan, Belgian football player Renaud Emond, actor and Belgian comedian Renaud Rutten, the French journalist Renaud Revel or the French comedian Renaud Marx.
The story of Saint Renaud says he left the Abbey of Soissons to live as a hermit in the forest of Melinois, where he died in 1104. Driven by the medieval wave, this name of the twelfth century resurfaces discreetly.
Originally from Picardy, Saint Renaud was a monk and hermit of the eleventh century. He lived alone in the forests of Mayenne, accompanied by Saint Robert d'Arbrisse. Saint Renaud is the patron saint of Sinnamary commune in French Guiana.
His character :
Renaud is known for his dynamism and boundless energy. Very active and voluntary, Renaud is a real man of action. With a sense of duty developed, he likes to serve. In addition, he is always attentive and attentive to others. Open-minded, he is constantly on the lookout for new things. He hates monotony and prefers to feel useful. Of an affectionate nature, Renaud only shows his emotions to those he trusts.
Raynal, Reginald, Renald, Naldo, Rael, Ravel, Reg, Reinhardt, Reinold, Renou, Rinald, Rinaldo, Ron, Ronald, Ronnie.
His party :
The Renaud are celebrated on September 17th.
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