Origin of the name: Anciens, Germaniques Meaning of the name: German form of Alfred, Manfred is made up of the Germanic roots al and frido. It means "peaceful man". Celebrities: German composer and conductor Manfred Gurlitt (d. 1973), German figure skater Manfred Schnelldorfer, German jurist and politician Manfred Walther, the German pioneer of digital art Manfred Mohr, visual artist German Manfred Pernice, Austrian painter-sculptor-photographer Manfred Kielnhoger, German tenor and opera singer Manfred Jung, German footballer Manfred Vogel, Austrian archaeologist-Egyptologist Manfred Bietak ... Alfred was a monk in Corvey before being ordained Bishop of Hildesheim in 851.
Origin of first name: Germanic Meaning of first name: Du germain heit, "rank, lineage". It is the diminutive of Adelheid, German version of Adelaide. This name owes its international success to the author Johanna Spyri. It is from his imagination that little Heidi is the fruit. The Heidi are celebrated on December 16th.
Origin of the name: Celts, Greeks Meaning of the name: Dérivé d'Éole, the name Heol comes from the Greek mythology. It refers to the "home of Aeolus, the master of the wind". From its Breton origin, the name Heol means "sun". Celebrities: Heol Jeffroy is a famous painter of Breton origin.
Origin of first name: Latins, Originals, Rares Meaning of first name: Helvetia is the ancient Latin name of Switzerland. The term comes from the Latin helveticus designating "the eastern part of Gaul". This corresponds geographically to the current territory of Switzerland. Celebrities: No Helvetia known so far, your little wonder will be perhaps?
Origin of the first name: Celts Meaning of the name: Derived from the Breton name haelguri, Helori is formed of "hael" and "uuobri" which mean respectively "generous" and "wise". Celebrities: There is no Celebrity with the name Helori. His character: Helori is sociable, curious and independent.
Origin of name: Courts, Hawaiians, Hebrews, Originals, Rare, Tahitians Meaning of first name: Heni is a name of Hebrew and Maori origin. Regardless of the culture and region of the world in which that name is used, Heni means "God is merciful" or "Yaweh is benevolent".
Origin of first name: Germanic Meaning of first name: The first name Henrique comes from the Germanic terms "heim" and "rik" which mean respectively "house" and "king". Celebrities: Brazilian footballers Henrique Adriano Buss and Henrique Medina da Silva, the great international chess master Henrique Mecking, of Brazilian origin, the Spanish singers Enrique Iglesias and Enrique Bunbury.
Origin of first name: Greek Meaning of first name: Helen originates from the Greek name "Helénê" which comes from the term "hélê" meaning "brilliance of the sun". The French equivalent of this Anglo-Saxon name is Hélène. Celebrities: American writer Helen Keller, actresses Helen Hunt, Helen Mirren and Helen Hayes, politician Helen Clark, singer Helen Slater and Helen Merrill, journalist Helen Zille, tennis player Helen Newington Wills.
Origin of first name: Old, Germanic Meaning of first name: Heinz is a name derived from the roots heim meaning "house" and rik translating as "king". It may be a diminutive Heinrich related to Henry. Celebrities: German General Heinz Guderian, Austrian statesman Heinz Fischer, German philologist Heinz Wismann, German artist Heinz Mack, Austrian tenor Heinz Zednik and German naturalized German composer Heinz Zimmer.
Origin of the name: Anciens, Français, Hebrew Meaning of the name: Heliette means "El-Yah", Lord God in Hebrew. Celebrities: Heliette de Vivonne (1560-1625), French poetess. His character: Heliette is one of those who are always noticed. Possessing a lively and active personality, she is loved by all.
Origin of the name: Anciens, Français, Germaniques Meaning of the name: The name Henriette is the feminine form of "Henri". It comes from the Germanic terms "haimaz" which means "focus" and "rīks" which translates to "powerful". Celebrities: The Queen consort of England, Scotland and Ireland Henriette Marie de France, the French poet Henriette Charasson, the mountaineer Henriette d'Angeville, the writer Henriette de Coligny, the singer Henriette Sontag.
Origin of the first name: Germanic Meaning of the first name: This name consists of two words of Germanic origin, in this case "helm" and "mut". There is a tendency to equate meaning with courage and bravery. Celebrities: German politician Helmut Haussman, former German Chancellor Helmut Kohl, Austrian alpine skier Helmut Höflehner, German footballer Helmut Kremers, mathematician Helmut Hasse, German writer Helmut Rüdiger (journalist and representative of anarcho-syndicalism ), the painter Helmut vom Hügel, the former car driver Helmut Marko, the German composer Helmut Lachenmann ... His character: In love with the action, Helmut is always brimming with vitality and a great spirit of initiative and audacity that reveal to be his strong points in the world of work.
Origin of first name: Germanic Meaning of first name: The name Henry is a derivative of Henry and comes from the Germanic terms "heim" which means "house" or "home" and "rik", which means "king". Celebrities: Henry Ford, founder of automaker Ford, the American politician Henry Kissinger, who received the Nobel Peace Prize in 1973, the American actor Henry Fonda or the English composer Henry Mancini.
Origin of first name: Greeks, Dutch, Scandinavians Name meaning: Close to Andy, Hendy is a masculine given name, mainly of Greek origin, but which has significance in many cultures. Derived from the term "andros", Hendy can mean "man". Celebrities: The world does not know a famous Hendy yet.
Origin of name: Greeks, Originals Meaning of name: Helicia is derived from the name Helene which means "sunshine" in Greek. Celebrities: Canadian actress Elicia MacKenzie. St. Helena was a Byzantine empress. During her pilgrimage to protect the Holy Places and "mystical caves" important for Christians, she built basilicas in Palestine.
Origin of the name: Anglo-Saxons, Greeks Meaning of the name: Derived from Helen, the name Hellen derives its origins from the Greek word helê translating as "brilliance of the sun". Celebrities: No celebrity named Hellen, your princess maybe? Helene lived in the third century and was the concubine of Constance Chlore with whom she had a son, Constantine.
Origin of first name: Germanic Meaning of first name: Helma means in Germanic "will", "helmet" or "the one who holds the secret of life". Celebrities: German rowing gold medalist Helma Lehmann who shone at the 1976 Olympic Games. Her character: Helma is a very sensitive being.
Origin of first name: Old, French, Germanic Meaning of first name: Du germain heim, "house, home", and rik, "powerful". Celebrities: Popular throughout Europe, it was the name of several French and English monarchs. The French director Henri Étiévant (1870-1953), the constitutional sovereign of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg Henri, the King of Navarre Henri de Bourbon (1553-1610), the French tennis player Henri Cochet, the French comedian Henri Garcin, the French painter Henri Matisse, the French writers Henri Bosco, Henri Coulonges and Henri Barbusse.
Origin of first name: Germanic Meaning of first name: The name Heinrich is composed by the words "heim" which means "house" or "home" and "rik" which means "king". Celebrities: Heinrich Heine better known as Harry Heine or Henri Heine was a great German writer of the nineteenth century.
Origin of first name: Germanic Meaning of first name: The name Henria is composed of the Germanic words haimaz and riks which signify "home" and "rich". Celebrities: Henria Bailey-Lewis was appointed Court County Judge by Governor Steve Beshear in 2008. Saint Henri is the protector of Henria.
Origin of first name: Oldest, Germanic Meaning of first name: The name Heintz comes from the Germanic words "heim" (house or home) and "rik" (king). It means the "home of the king" and symbolizes strength or robustness. Celebrities: Heintz is mostly worn as a surname. Among the famous Heintz are the German painter Joseph Heintz and Jozz Heintz, Belgian chronicler and historian.