Corsican names: Batista Batista From the Greek "baptizein" meaning to immerse, so baptize, here is the Corsican version of Baptiste. The choice also its Batistino or Batistoun derivatives ... Ready to take the water? His feast day: June 24, the day of the Saint Baptist but also where we celebrate the summer solstice, the longest day of the year.
Beautiful as sunshine, here are names to discover without delay if you are looking for an idea for your baby love. Saliha, Mourad, Maïssane, Loubna, Wafaa ...: origin, meaning, date of celebration, derivatives ... all about these first names. Saliha female first name. Means virtuous, integrates into Arabic. Saliha is a name of Kabyle origin.
The English names have the wind in their sails, especially thanks to the birth of the children of the royal family. Charlotte, George, Archie, but also Harry, Diana, Chelsea, Cameron, Taylor ... let yourself be seduced by our "so British" ideas! Girl or boy: Click on the image to see our selection of British baby names The selection on the girls side The selection boys side Charlotte Female of Charles, who comes from the Germanic Karl, "manly", the first name given to the daughter of Kate Middleton and Prince William is no doubt a tribute to Prince Charles.
Basque names: Bixente Basque form of Vincent, from the Latin vincere, to overcome, this male first name was popularized by the footballer Bixente Lizarazu. For his children, he also chose Basque names since he is a father of a small Uhaina (meaning vague) and a small Tximista (lightning).
Originally from the Basque country or just love this beautiful region, you think give your baby a Basque name? Discover our selection. Bixente, Elaia, Patxi, Betixa, Maïalen: origin, meaning, date of celebration, derivatives ... all about these Basque names. Click on the image below to see the names in pictures Bixente Male First Name.
Animal names: Swan Swan For some, it comes from the word swan, which means swan in English, for others it is also the Slavic form of the name Solenne. It's up to you ... it's as feminine as it is feminine. Also think about derivatives: Swann, Swanny, Swanie, Swane, Swana ... to give you wings.