Origin of name: French, Hebrew, Scandinavian, Slaves Meaning of first name: Feminine version of Hebrew male name Ilan, these two names evoking botany are borrowed from nature to designate a "tree". Like Ilan, Illanna was adopted in France in the 1970s and remained discreet until the 2000s.
Origin of first name: Hebrew Meaning of first name: Derived from the feminine given name "Elie", "Helyett" comes from "el" and "ish" whose meaning is "God is my salvation". Celebrities: There is no famous Helyett at the moment. Your little doll may be next. Helyett has for patron saint Elijah.
Origin of first name: Arabic Meaning of first name: In the Arabic language, Henka means "phoenix". Celebrities: Normal 0 21 false false false X-NONE X-NONE There is no celebrity in the name Henka. Her character: Henka is a sensitive and emotional girl with an artist's soul.
Origin of the first name: Germanic Meaning of the first name: The name of Hedwige means "that which amasses". It comes from the words "ed" and "wig", meaning respectively "wealth" or "goods" and "combat". Celebrities: Hedwige Chrétien, French musician, Hedwige Jeanmart, writer, Edwige Feuillère, actress and Minister Edwige Avice.
Origin of first name: Germanic, Scandinavian Meaning of first name: Mixed first name, Helmi means "protection", "helmet" or "the one who dominates the waves". Celebrities: Helmi Dagmar Juvonen, American artist. His character: Helmi has a heart as big as the world. He is very appreciated for his generosity and never hesitates to lend a hand.
Origin of First Name: Greek, Hebrew Meaning of First Name: Derived from the name Elijah, Helian comes from the Germanic terms "el" and "ish" meaning "God is my salvation". In the Greek language, Helian means "sun burst". Celebrities: Jacques Hélian, whose real name is Jacques Mikaël Der Mikaëlian, was a French music hall conductor.
Origin of name: Germanic Meaning of name: Henrick is a derivate of first name Henri. It is composed of the Germanic words "haimaz" which means "house", "home", "home" or "family" or "nation"; and "riks" which means "rich", "powerful" or "king". Celebrities: Henrik Harlaut is an acrobatic skier of Swedish origin.
Origin of first name: Old, German, Dutch, Scandinavian Name meaning: Heinrick means "house" and "king" in Germanic. Celebrities: Heinrich Schliemann (1822-1890), German archaeologist who discovered Troy and Mycenae, Norwegian playwright Henrik Ibsen (1828-1906), Austrian climber Heinrich Harrer (1912-2006).
Origin of first name: Old, German, Italian Meaning of first name: Henrietta finds its origin in the Germanic roots heim and rick respectively meaning "house" and "king". Celebrities: Hungarian gymnast Henrietta Onodi, American artist Henrietta Yurchenco, American astronomer Henrietta Swan Leavitt and Henrietta Lacks, the woman whose cells made it possible to discover the vaccine against polio.
Origin of the first name: Germanic Meaning of the first name: Variant of Henry, the first name Henrik comes from the Germanic "heim" and "rik" which translates as "home or home" and "king" Celebrities: Presenting himself as an "aristocratic anarchist" Henrik Ibsen is a Norwegian playwright. Henrik Schwarz is a German composer and musician of deep house.
Origin of first name: Greeks, Originals, Rare, Scandinavian Meaning of name: Helin means "bird's nest" or comes from "hêlê" in Greek meaning "brilliance of the sun". Celebrities: Helin-Mari Arder, Estonian singer. Derivatives: Heleen, Hellin, Helyn, Elin, Eline, Elyne, Selin, Celine, Helvin Hewin, Pelin, Helen, Helene, Helia, Helio, Hellis, Hedin, Hellis, Helina, Elina, Ellyn, Elline, Elynna, Aileen, Eileen , Elen, Elena, Elaine, Helaine.
Origin of first name: Old, Germanic Meaning of first name: Derived from Henri, Hendrick is made up of the Germanic roots heim and rik, respectively translated "house" and "king". Celebrities: The Dutch engraver Hendrick Danckerts (died 1680), the Dutch painter Hendrick ter Brugghen (died 1629), the South African athlete Hendrick Mokganyetsi, the French portraitist and poet Hendrick van Hulst (died 1754) ... Henri was Emperor of Germany in 1002.
Origin of first name: Arabic Meaning of first name: Of Arabic origin, Helwan means "sweetness", "charm" or "gift". Celebrities: No celebrities with the name Helwan at the moment. Who knows, your little angel may be talking about him in the future. His character: Helwan is the kind of person you can easily get along with.
Origin of first name: Ancient, Greek, Originals, Slaves Meaning of first name: Heliade means "sun burst" in Greek. It's a mixed first name. Celebrities: The Romanian romantic poet Ion Heliade-Radulescu whose name has inspired the name. The Heliades are in Greek mythology, the daughters of Helios and Clymene.
Origin of first name: Germanic Meaning of first name: For a boy to live in glory and brilliance, Herbert is the ideal name. Herbert means indeed "glorious soldier". It is a name of Germanic origin which consists of "hari" which means "army" and "behrt" which means "brilliant".
Origin of first name: Germanic Meaning of first name: In the Germanic language, the name Herbod refers to "bold". Celebrities: No celebrities named Herbod. Perhaps your little one will be the first! The Catholic Church venerates a Saint Herbot who lived as a hermit in a forest of Armorica.
Origin of first name: Indians Meaning of first name: "Hena" means "grace" or "gracious" in Yiddish. In India, the term "hena" (or henna or hina) refers to the plant used inter alia in dyeing. Celebrities: Normal 0 21 false false false X-NONE X-NONE Actress Hena Berigny, seen in particular in "Tourne Cave" (2012).
Origin of first name: Greek Meaning of first name: The feminine name Helena is derived from the Greek word helê meaning "brilliance" or "brilliance of the sun". Celebrities: Helena Seger is a businesswoman particularly known as the wife of the great footballer Zlatan Ibrahimovic. Helena Noguerra is a complete artist of Portuguese origin.
Origin of first name: Hebrews, Originals, Rares Meaning of first name: Hénia is a feminine given name of Hebrew origin. In Hebrew, Henia means "grace of God". Celebrities: Celebrities such as the French actress Henia Suchar (1932-2010). Her character: Henia is a lively and energetic girl.
Origin of first name: Germanic Meaning of first name: The Hermann name is composed of two Germanic roots, "hart" and "mann". Its meaning is likened to the strength of man. Celebrities: The German writer and painter Hermann Hesse (who received the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1946), the German racer Hermann Lang, the Swiss psychiatrist Hermann Rorschach (initiator of the Rorschach test), the Austrian Alpine skier Hermann Maier, the novelist-essayist and American poet Herman Melville (author of "Moby-Dick"), basketball player Herman J.
Origin of the name: Anciens, Français, Germaniques Meaning of the name: Rather retro, Hermand is a masculine given name closely related to the first name "Armand". Both come from the Germanic terms "hart" and "mann", meaning "strong" and "man" respectively. Hermand can also mean "army" and "merry", according to the terms "hari" and "mand".