Origin of the name: Celts Meaning of the name: Gaelic "fionn" which means white, beautiful, the equivalent of Breton gwenn. Fiona is a typical Celtic name. The first to use it would be the Scottish writer William Sharp (1865-1905) who chose the pseudonym Fiona MacLeod to tell Celtic stories.
1. Nathan His origin: from the native Hebrew, which means "God gave". His story: the prophet Nathan was counselor to King David. The seventeenth century, throughout the Protestant and Puritan world, spread this name in the world of English-speaking Christianity. This popular name in the United States has experienced a meteoric rise in recent years in France.
To make it easier for you to enter the world, your baby must be at the top of the head. But it happens that it appears head up, down or crooked. Overview of the different presentations of the baby at the time of delivery. Baby upside down Presentation by the top of the head.
Origin of name: Celtes Meaning of name: Douglas is a male given name of Celtic origin. It is derived from the Gaelic name "Dùbhglas", closer to the Gaulish "dubio" which means "black" and "glas" that can be translated as "blue-green". Celebrities: Douglas Robert Stuart Bader is a British aviator known to have been an "ace" of the Royal Air Force, one of the best pilots during the Second World War.
Origin of first name: Celtes Meaning of first name: Celtic bran, "raven". The raven was the personification of the Celtic god Lug, one of the most important of Irish mythology. Derived from Brendan, an Irish saint, this name is very common in the United States and England. In France, Brandon was a great success thanks to a certain Hollywood soap opera.