Every day, find one of the infos extracted from the new number of the collection "The Essentials of: 903 first names to choose according to the season", sold with the January issue of. Today, 5 names of autumn, inspired by forests, hunting, harvest or vineyards ... come and pick ideas in our harvest.
- Name of the goddess Artemis, daughter of Zeus and sister of Apollo, in Greek mythology. Divinity of nature, great hunter and indomitable virgin, it is said born on Mount Cynthos, on the island of Delos, hence its nickname of Cynthia. Party : June 9th. Derivatives: Cenzia, Cincia, Cinzia, Cynthie.
- Hebrew ilan, tree, it's a popular Jewish name. It refers to the New Year celebration of trees, where everyone is called to plant a tree and consume the produce of the land. Party : any. Derived: Ylan.
- Greek melas, black. In ancient Greece, Melania was the nickname of the goddess of the harvest, daughter of Demeter, mother of Persephone. A Roman widow, Saint Melanie fled from Italy at the time of the invasion of the Goths and settled in the Holy Land until her death in 410. Party : January 26th. Derivatives: Melaine, Mel, Melina, Mellony.
- Celtic coed, wood, forest. Keith was first a Scottish surname. The Keith were one of the most famous families in Scotland, known for their warlike and diplomatic qualities. Party : June 12th. Derivatives: Keth, Key.
- Latin flavius, golden, blond ... like wheats. Saint Flavie was a Christian martyred under the persecutions of the Emperor Domitian. Roman catacombs bear his name. Party : May 7th. Derivatives: Flavia, Flavinia, Flavienne.
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