Name Amy - Meaning and origin

Origin of first name:

Anglo-Saxons, Courts

Meaning of the name:

Anglo-Saxon derivative of the first name Aimée, from the Latin verb "amare", which means to love. If Aimée (or Aimé in the masculine) is almost no more attributed in France, Amy remains popular in the Anglo-Saxon countries, especially in the United States.


The singer, British singer-songwriter Amy Winehouse, died in 2011,
American actress Amy Adams (American Bluff),
the American singer Amy Lee of Evanescence group,
the American teninis player Amy Frazier ...

Aimé was the name of a saint archbishop of Sens in the seventh century.

His character :

Amy is quite secretive, even enigmatic. She shows great calm, reserve and discretion towards those around her. Very emotional, she does her best not to let this state affect her daily life and her environment. She does not like to disturb others and does everything she can to solve her problems alone. Patient and determined, she is a great worker. She is critical and skeptical, although her intuition is often helpful.


Aimée, Aimé, Emmy

His party :

September 13th.

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