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A name "fallen from the sky" for your baby? The good idea! Amongst the stars and the stars, ideas are not lacking for future star voting. Estelle, Céleste, Astrée, Sami, Céline ...: origin, meaning, date of celebration, derivatives ... all about these pretty names.
- Female first name.
- From Latin "stella", which means star.
- Estelle Halliday gave a new start to this name in the 1980s. It is also found in Britain.
- In the first century, Saint Estelle, daughter of a Roman governor, refused all pretenders and persisted in her Faith. Her father had her put to death in the bullring of Saintes. A nice name for your future star, right?
- His party May 11th.
- Its derivatives: Essie, Estella, Estrelia, Estrella, Stella, Stilla.
- First name mixed.
- From the Latin "caelestis", which means celestial, divine.
- The Queen Celeste, wife of King Babar, made us forget that this name, derived from Celestin, was rather masculine. It was in the eighteenth century, especially in England, that he began to be attributed to little girls. It's an original choice.
- Little is known of Saint Celeste, bishop at Metz in the 4th century, except that he was a model of kindness.
- His party : October 14th.
- Its derivatives: Celesta, Celestine, Celestina, Celtina.
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