Origin of first name: Latins Meaning of first name: This name of Latin origin is the feminine form of Claude. It derives from the Latin word "claudius" which means "lame". Celebrities: Claudy Franck Alamo is the widow of the famous singer of yéyés, a true idol during the 60's. Claudie Haigneré is a French astronaut, scientist and politician famous for being the first French woman to have traveled in space.
A game from 3 years old This game is played on the beach of course, but you can also put sand in the garden! With your children, build a wet sand tower (for you to see the height according to their age). Plant as you stick to different levels. In turn, you remove one.
Origin of the name: Anglo-Saxons, Greeks Meaning of the name: Cassie, diminutive of Cassandra, comes from the Greek "kas", used in the verb "kekasma" which means "excel". This name is also found in the Polish culture, with the origin of the word "kas" which means "assembled" and "kasimierz" translated as "who makes peace".
Origin of the first name: Germanic Meaning of the given name: Derived from Alice, itself derived from Adelaide, derived from the German word adal, "noble race". Adelaide is the wife of Othon the Great, founder of the Holy Roman Empire. Remained widowed in 973, she reigned with wisdom. Very pious, she died serving the poor in a monastery near Strasbourg.
Looking for a name for your future baby boy? To guide you in your choice, between classic and original names, discover the 20 most fashionable boy names in 2012 and their meanings. Nathan, Lucas and Jules arrive at the top of the charts ... but Leo, Timéo and Maël have the wind in their sails.