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Name Clémentine - Meaning of the origin


Origin of first name:

French, Latin

Meaning of the name:

Latin clementia, "goodness, clemency". This name comes from the citrus fruit created in 1902 by a learned botanist named Father Clément. The male name Clémentin was used under the Roman Empire. The name Clementine without an accent existed in the Middle Ages in England.

Celebrities:

French actress and singer Clémentine Célarié, French feminist activist Clémentine Autain, Clémentine Igou, Gerard Depardieu's partner.

Clementine was among the 11,000 virgins who shared the fate of St. Ursula in the fourth century. This name is patron saint blessed Clemence Hohenberg, who after the death of her husband distributed his property to the poor to become a Benedictine twelfth century.

His character :

A woman of character, Clementine knows how to lead her entourage in a whirlwind of gaiety and action.

Derivatives:

Clémence, Clémentine, Clemmie, Clim, Clémencia

His party :

Clémentine are celebrated on March 21st with Clémence or on October 5th with Fleur.

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