2023 Author: Anita Thornton | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-08-25 11:16
There is no doubt, the babies who will be born following the covid-19 crisis will be true warriors! We can already predict that the courage shown by mothers during their pregnancy in confinement will be passed on to their babies. Here are ten first names synonymous with courage.
A name that has been gaining in popularity over the past few years, Leonardo comes from the Latin leo, which means "lion", and from the Germanic hard, for "courageous". We can therefore interpret this pretty first name as follows: “Strong as a lion”. Several Leonardos have made history: we immediately think of da Vinci and, closer to home, the late Cohen. Leonardo is said to be a reasonable, thoughtful, diplomatic and intelligent child. Leo knows how to be charming and he is a born negotiator.
The first name Roland may no longer be popular, but we note a resurgence in popularity of old names, and with such a winning meaning, perhaps be that we will find a few little Rolands on school benches in the years to come. From the Germanic hrod which means "glory" and land for "territory", Roland is a courageous man, atrue conqueror. Dynamic, intrepid, Roland is an entrepreneur and a go-getter. He is also generous and very sensitive.
Coming from the Latin Valère, which means “to be brave and to be he althy”, Valérie (or Valéry for a boy) is an intuitive person. It is said of her that she has a lot of imagination and is always creative. She is a courageous and passionate girl, who wears her heart on her sleeve and is always ready to help her neighbor. Impossible not to fall under the spell of a Valérie!
Édith is a Germanic given name meaning “we alth, courage and prosperity”. Those who bear this warrior first name are combative and determined. That being said, Edith is also a fun-loving girl and she's got her teeth into life. Hardworking, dynamic, Edith does not like idleness and she is ready to put in the necessary effort to succeed. Besides, her morale is foolproof, although she is a great sentimentalist. We are of course thinking of the great Edith Piaf.
Derived from Léone, Léonie is derived from Latin and means, like Leonardo, “the lioness, courage and strength”. Little Léonie has a lot of energy! Bright and lively, she likes to be the center of attention and she is always ready to make people around her laugh. Léonie is independent and always looking for new adventures. Passionate, she is also attentive to others and wants to be an excellent friend. We understand why since 2010, this first name winsalways a little more in popularity.
Gabriel is taken from Hebrew, more precisely from the terms gabar and el, which respectively mean “strength” and “god”. Gabriel is thus synonymous with "force of God". It is said of Gabriel that he is an altruistic boy, very gifted for friendship. Ambitious and dynamic, Gabriel is also curious and eager to discover the world. The most important thing for him will always be his family, which he places at the center of his life. Loyal and invested, Gabriel is a devoted being who wishes to make the people around him happy.
Derived from the Germanic first name Hlodowig, Loïc means "illustrious fighter". Loïc is a friendly boy, but he has character: be careful not to upset him! When he has an idea in his head, he doesn't have it in his feet and Loïc sometimes tends to be obstinate. He loves life and is eager to try new things, which is why he is said to be a bon vivant. Loïc has unfailing morale and is always the one who will boost the morale of the troops. Ambitious, courageous, faithful, Loïc is a man of conviction.
Charlaine or Charlotte
Both derived from Charles, these first names come from the germain karl which means “strong” or “vigorous”. Charlotte or Charlaine is a woman with presence. She is curious and always thinks of the happiness of others… very often before her own. Charlotte is said to be a ray of sunshine and she shines with her unfailing optimism!
Mathilde is another Germanic given name, derived from maht and hild, meaning "strength" and "power" respectively. As her first name suggests, Mathilde is a determined and rebellious girl, whom nothing can shake. She has a courage that knocks the hair out of many and refuses to admit defeat. She is therefore an ally of choice, who always keeps her feet firmly on the ground. Mathilde is "real": artifice, very little for her. She is also a great adventurer.
A victorious first name, Victor is derived from the Latin verb vincere which means “overcome”. Thoughtful, curious, attentive to others, the Victors are intelligent and open-minded beings with whom it is good to discuss. They are also very emotional, and sometimes tend to get carried away when something does not suit them. Hardworking, ambitious and courageous, the Victors usually do well in life, and a certain Victor Hugo is certainly proof of that. No wonder this timeless name has been gaining popularity over the past few years.
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